Live Event: Minister Farrakhan headlines Bev Smith Town Hall MeetingBy FinalCall.com News | Last updated: Mar 11, 2011 - 8:13:55 PM
Nation of Islam Leader Headlines Bev Smith Live Town Hall Meeting in Pittsburgh, March 11th - To air on 30 Radio Stations and Internet Audio
(FinalCall.com) - The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan will headline a live town hall meeting and broadcast of The Bev Smith Show entitled "The Disappearing Black Community and How We Can Get It Back." The live broadcast will take place at the August Wilson Center for African American Culture in Pittsburgh, Pa. on Friday, March 11, 2011 from 7pm to 10 pm Eastern Time.
Live audio webcast stream @ http://wgbn.net/livebroadcast.html
In addition to the live audience at The Centerʼs 486-seat theater and will broadcast live on Ms. Smithʼs nearly 30 affiliate stations nationwide including: WWRL, New York, WVON, Chicago, WOL, Washington DC, WURD in Philadelphia, WAOK, Atlanta and WGBN, Pittsburgh. For more information on stations carrying Bev Smith's radio show, go: http://www.bevsmithtalks.com/listen-to-bev
In addition to Minister Farrakhan, Assistant Minority Leader in the U.S. House of Representatives Congressman James Clyburn (D-SC), long time civil rights activist Dorothy Wright Tillman and others will also appear on the nationally syndicated show.
Produced and presented again through a partnership with the American Urban Radio Networks and the August Wilson Center, this is the second in a series of four live broadcasts examining specific issues plaguing in the Black community and offering answers on how to heal it. The first in the series, held last November, featured comedian/activist Dick Gregory and journalist George Curry, among others.
"In the first town hall meeting we talked about how the Black community disappeared" said show host Bev Smith. "In the second weʼll talk about where and how we begin to rebuild it."
More information is available on Bev Smith's Website @ http://www.bevsmithtalks.com/Events/ or by calling 412.258.2700
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