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Atlanta-based Radio Show Educates Listeners on Community Service, Voting
“The Myra Loves Show" will raise awareness about community activism during its "Selfless Saturday" broadcast on July 28, 2012.
Host Myra Wright Andrews plans to engage listeners in a thought-provoking discussion and will be joined by leaders of the Clayton County branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Retention Frontiers, Inc. founder Joseph Bostic Jr. and National Chief of Staff of the New Black Panther Party, Minister Hashim Nzinga. G-Nation organization members Kekei Valentine and Felicia Brent-Bohler will also join the live broadcast.
Topics of discussion include the upcoming July 31 elections, community service projects and voter education.
Stay tuned in until the very end of the broadcast to hear Bostic's empowering “Reinvention Saturdays” message. He always ends the show on a pleasant note for listeners with his inspirational words.
“The Myra Loves Show” airs live every Saturday from 11 a.m. – noon on WAEC Love 860 AM and streams at http://www.love860.com/
To stay connected, follow The Myra Loves Show on Twitter and like the show on Facebook. For more information, visit http://www.myraloves.com.
Crissinda Ponder, Director of Communications
Page Updated Last on: Jul 26, 2012