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Twanda Black Hosts KISS 104.1's weekly public affairs program "Business in the Black"

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  • Gary Chapman and Kenyatta Berry

    We talk with Gary Chapman, Executive Vice President of Network Impact and Operations for Communities in Schools, and Kenyatta Berry, genealogist and co-host of the Genealogy Roadshow.

    5/23/2016
  • Robert Kiyosaki, Personal Finance expert and author

    Kiyosaki talks about "Rich Dad, Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not"

    5/23/2016
  • Jay Roach, Director talks about the film "All the Way"

    a story that follows President Lyndon Johnson during his early administration as he stakes his presidency on what would be a historic, unprecedented Civil Rights Act. "All the Way" will air on HBO.

    5/23/2016
  • Dr. John Rogers, Emergency Room Physician and VP of the American College of Emergency Physicians

    Rogers talks about how health insurance companies have deceived the public by offering "affordable" premiums for policies that actually cover very little.

    5/23/2016
  • Pastor AR Bernard, Founder, Sr. Pastor and CEO of the Christian Cultural Center in Brooklyn, NY

    Bernard talks about "4 Things Women Want from a Man" in his latest offering.

    5/16/2016
  • Maria Nelson, Dr. Laura Jana, and Dana Gunders

    We talk about the documentary, Peace Officer, the launch of Mattress Firm Foster Kids non-profit, and about the impact of food waste.

    5/16/2016
  • Dale Barnett, National Commander of the American Legion

    Barnett talks about how the VA Hospital can better serve our soldiers with a health care system that has major issues with excessive wait times.

    5/16/2016
  • Stanley Johnson, Professor at Beulah Heights University

    Johnson talks about the new course teaching church leaders about emerging technologies, specifically video production, music and sound production.

    5/16/2016
  • Dr. Joyce Morley

    Mothers Need to Be Forgiven Too.

    5/9/2016
  • Stanley Johnson, Professor at Beulah Heights University

    Johnson talks about the new course teaching church leaders about emerging technologies, specifically video production, music and sound production.

    5/9/2016
  • Rev. Dr. Rob Schenck, President of Faith and Action and Evangelical minister

    Schenck talks about the gun culture and how he has been a major proponent of the right to carry a gun, but as he is followed on a journey to figure out if being pro-gun is consistent with being pro-life.

    5/9/2016
  • Tricia Seaman, an Oncology Nurse and author of "God Gave Me You"

    Seaman talks about her relationship with a young cancer patient, who on the same day her diagnosis became terminal she asked Tricia if she would adopt her then 6 year old son.

    5/9/2016
  • Dr. Joyce Morley, Psychotherapist and Relationship Expert

    Morley talks about Why Mothers Need Forgiveness Too. Some moms make mistakes based on how they were raised and how it may not have been the right decision for the situation.

    5/3/2016
  • JJ Jenkins, CEO of Another Way Another Chance

    Jenkins talks about his mentoring program for young men ages 12-17. Jenkins is looking for strong male mentors and speakers.

    5/3/2016
  • Pastor Jean Ward of the East Atlanta Church

    Pastor Ward talks about the workshops dealing with man's issues today, which include; Being Fathered, Man's Responsibility in the Marriage; Anger, How to Love and more.

    5/3/2016
  • Maria Noel Groves and Terry Cralle

    Maria Noel Groves, herbal practitioner and author of "Body in Balance, and Terry Cralle, Certified Clinical Sleep Educator and author of "Sleep Your Way to the Top - How to Get the Sleep You Need to Succeed"

    5/3/2016
  • Dr. Brenetia Robinson, CEO of Proverbial Peace Revived Ministries

    Robinson talks about dating violence in America and how we can help.

    4/25/2016
  • Dr. Rondrick Williamson, an Atlanta Podiatrist and spokesperson for American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA)

    Williamson talks about high heel pain. High heels are the #1 culprit of foot pain and more than 70% of women wear heels 3 inches or higher.

    4/25/2016
  • Kinderia Green, one half of the singing duo, Nu Purpose

    Kinderia Green talks about the BLUE Awards, to honor children who have defied their autism diagnosis and moved beyond it!

    4/25/2016
  • Lori Manns, CEO of Quality Media Consultant Group

    Manns talks about the Trailblazer Summit 2016 featuring experts in the field of marketing, branding, sales and digital marketing.

    4/25/2016
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