What’s Hot: Special Guests & Hot Topics

Sr. Advisor to President Obama Valerie Jarrett joins me on Tuesday, January 25th at 4:20 pm to discuss the State of the Union Address.

Meade Mega Mix: play the media player to hear some of his most powerful statements.

Jan. 3, 2011 – (pt.1) Earl Ingram appears on the Kathleen Dunn Radio Show for the All Things Political Segment.

Nov. 2, 2010: Ingram interviews the one and only Gayle King about the big election day, the importance of voting and supporting President Barack Obama’s agenda. 

Governor-Elect Scott Walker Answers Tough Questions

Oct. 26, 2010 – Ingram interviews (then County Executive) Governor-Elect Scott Walker 1 week before the November 2nd elections. This may very well be Ingram’s finest moment on-air as he boldly questions Walker as no other member of Wisconsin’s Black Media has ever dared. The interview begins at minute 46:24.

Oct. 11, 2010 – F. A. Meade talks to Milwaukee about the need for Black People to create its own political party. Meade highlights how Democrats rule over Black People and take our loyalty for granted. Meade shares what actions Black People can (and should) take in order for Democrats to advance our issues. Also, he breaks down what President Obama has and hasn’t done for Black People.

Christelyn Denise Karazin

Sept. 15, 2010 – Ingram interviews Christelyn Denise Karazin, founder of beyondblackwhite.com and co-author of the forthcoming book, Swirling: How to Date, Mate and Relate Mixing Race, Culture and Creed. Karazin joins Ingram to discuss No Wedding, No Womb! NWNW is an initiative that seeks to address the problems of – and provide solutions to — the unplanned pregnancies among African American single women. Nearly half of all families in the African American community are headed by black women. In addition, more than 70 percent of live births in the black community are to unmarried women.

Here is the complete No Wedding No Womb song which is heard at the beginning of the interview with Christelyn Denise Karazin.

13 thoughts on “What’s Hot: Special Guests & Hot Topics

  1. Sheree Morreale says:

    Hi, i think that i saw you visited my blog so i came to “return the favour”.I am looking for ways to add things to my blog!I suppose its ok to use some of your ideas!!

  2. A. Umrani says:

    I would like to be considered for a future “Book of the Month”: Witness to the Truth: My Struggle for Human Rights in Louisiana by John H. Scott with Cleo Scott Brown

  3. Roosevelt says:

    Hi Earl. was listening to you and Causey today 12/28/10. your caller Tony is a clarence thomas. probably is against affirmative action. he’s just holding on for dear life to his biscuit and gravy from the white folks.

  4. Lashell Haynam says:

    Thanks for this post. I clearly agree with what you are saying. I have been talking about this subject a lot lately with my father so normally this will get him to see my point of view. Fingers crossed!

    • I don’t know how anyone can have a clear thguoht with all that cacophony going on in the background. You and Meade really did do above and beyond with your repeated visits putting you in the middle of such unrelenting noise.The young lady doing the interviewing did a good job seeming non judgmental.

  5. Jeff Lemon says:

    Hi Earl, once again you put on a awesome show with Brother Frederick Meade on the subject of Martin Luther King, I very much like the conversation, stand srong.

  6. shelton scott says:

    hey earl, I listened to your show almost everyday and I’m disappointed it went away, I appreciated your voice and stance on things. You gave the city and the radio a black voice we could be proud of. My question is earl, you had a young brother on the radio from time to time who must have lived in Atlanta and was some kind of lecturer, he was saying that African Americans didn’t know about Christianity on the continent of Africa. I agree but I wanted more information regarding this issue. Could you at the least upload the link to that radiocast? or supply how to get more material from that brother?

  7. Larry Meisgeier says:

    Have you had a show on African-American soldiers in World War I?
    It is a semi-hidden and/or forgotten history in America 100 years later.
    Larry Meisgeier

    PS. I met you at Vet’s table in Brewed Café.

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