From expounding on scriptures in the pulpit to addressing the issues affecting the African American community, Dr. Noel Hutchinson, pastor of First Baptist Church – Lauderdale, is continuing this line of thinking as the premise of “Black Thought.” He looks at African-American history and is relevance today, analyzes it, addresses current problems in the African-American community, and seeks solutions. He also delves into the thought processes of African-Americans and engages in enthusiastic conversations with his guests on such relevant issues crime, recidivism and education, among other issues. Dr. Hutchinson is the hosts of a radio show Black Thought Unplugged on AM 730/KQPN and author of the book The Shepherds Staff.
Local, regional, state and national issues that people are talking about today will pretty much be what you will learn more about on Dialogue with Deidre. Deidre Malone goes straight to the source drawing from her days as a journalist and former TV news producer. She talks about business, education, health care, government and community issues. Deidre Malone is the founder, president and CEO of The Carter Malone Group LLC a public relations, marketing, advertising and government relations firm in Memphis, TN. She is also a former elected official that is committed to giving back to the community. Some her guests include mayors, city council members, county commissioners and various celebrities. You will always be informed when you watch Dialogue with Deidre.
THE M1 FILE
Hosted by Dr. Ivory Taylor
Monday 9 a.m. – 10 a.m.
The African-American community is the beneficiary of this fact-based, advocacy show hosted by Dr. Ivory Taylor. With a focus on uplifting the community, Dr. Taylor seeks to solve some of the age old problems affecting African-Americans. Increasing black wealth is a big part of the discussion on The M1 File. Dr. Taylor is the owner of the Taylor Brown Apothecary and author of the book Reaching Your Maximum Potential.