SUNDAY NITE TALK, 1.28.07 – Anthony B. Pinn, Ph.D Professor of Religious Studies at Rice University, on defining the Black Church and the role of “humanism” in African American spirituality, politics and culture.
SUNDAY NIGHT TALK, 1.28.07 – Ma Barker, hip hop artist & wife of the legendary Kool G Rap, on ASCENT Legacy for an uncut, candid discussion on the role of women in hip hop & its future direction.
STATE OF THE UNION ’07 REVIEW, 1.24.07 – Congressional Black Caucus Chair Congresswoman Carolyn Kilpatrick (D-MI) responds to the Presidents SOTU ’07 address.
STATE OF THE UNION ’07 REVIEW, 1.23.07 – Groff/Ellison in a Special “Sunday Nite Talk” Tuesday Night segment discussing the President’s SOTU ’07.
SUNDAY NITE TALK – ASCENT Perspectives, 1.21.07: Dr. Rickie Keys, CAAP Senior Fellow on Health & Social Policy, talks about his recent study Financial Empowerment for the Unbanked & Underbanked Consumer
SUNDAY NITE TALK – ASCENT Chamber, 1.21.07: Groff/Ellison discuss Sen. Clinton’s announcement, State of the Union preview, Democrats and surge politics, Obama (of course) & enter Gov. Richardson.
ASCENT Brainstorm, 1.19.07: Charles Ellison, Blackpolicy.org & CAAP Senior Fellow, brainstorms the next U.S. episode in Somalia and reflections on a 1,400 year old history.
ASCENT Perspectives, 1.14.07 – A discussion about growing tensions between the Black & Latino community in the U.S. – Can there be a Black/Brown coalition? How do events in Latin America shape the dynamics of that relationship in the U.S.?
SUNDAY NITE TALK – ASCENT Chamber, 1.14.07: Groff, Ellison & Robinson discuss a potential Rev. Al Sharpton bid in 2008; the impact of the Bush troop surge on U.S. foreign policy and saber rattling with Iran – and what’s up with Somalia?; Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy.
SUNDAY NITE TALK – ASCENT Chamber, 1.8.07: Groff & Ellison on the 110th Congress and the CBC’s New Role, Pres. Bush Iraq Surge and Obama’s Pondering