SPECIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROGRAMMING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2014

6-7am

“Black History Month: What Is It?”

Host: Frangena Johnson  - Panel Discussion

7-8am

“Fighting Justice By Uplifting People”

 Host: Black Student Union-University of MN- TwinCities – Panel Discussion

8-9am

“Built Right in Da Hood: Character: Conversation with Tavis Smiley” Host: Lennie Chism – Interview, Music and Commentary

9-10am

“Conversations With Al McFarlane” - Public Affairs

10-11am

“The Bookstore as Radical Space in Black and Brown Communities” 

Host: Chaun Webster -Discussion

11am-12pm

“Transformation”

Host: Ivan Phifer – Music & Discussion

12pm-1pm

“Classically Sizzling  Afro-Americans Rock Classical Music”  

Host: Janis-Lane Ewart - Music

1-2pm

 

“Classical Mocha II - In Recital” 

Host: Patricia Nelson – Music

2-3pm

 

“And The People Say "I'm Black and I'm Proud": Akhmiri's Basement Party” 

Host: AkhmiriSekhr-Ra – Music

3-4pm

 

“Songs of Substance, Roots & Branches”  

Host: Douglas R. Ewart - Music

4-5pm

“Black Minnesotans: Where Do We Go from here?”

Host: Donald Allen–Panel Discussion

5-6pm

“The Ongoing Struggle for Equity in Higher Education in MN” 

 Host: Shannon Gibney& Danielle Mkali - Discussion

6-9pm

“KFAI BHM Live Soundstage @ Golden Thyme Coffee & Cafe” Music, Comedy, & Poetry

9-10pm

“The Soul Reflection Show”

Host: Truth Maze - Music

10-11:30pm

“Floeticz: Neo-Soul, Spoken Word, & All That Jazz”   

 Host: Brittany Lynch–Music & Poetry

11:30pm-1am

“Free Your Mind…P-Funk Tribute”  

Host: Tarik Thornton - Music

1-3am

“When Rhythem Met The Blues Here In America”

Host: Raymond Jackson - Music

3-4am

“H2BE Coaching Solutions”

Host: Jason Muhammad - Discussion

4-5am

“The History of Words” Host: Dr. Sheronda Orridge - Poetry

5-6am

“Malcolm X and the United States of Afrika: The 21st Century Case for Liberation and Egalitarian Pan-Afrikanism in the Motherland”

 Host: Matthew McGlory – Discussion/Music