Talking Nola Schools seeks keep the community informed about what’s happening in New Orleans education. Each week host Patrick Dobard leads a conversation about what’s happening in our schools. He invites leaders in education, parents and other stakeholders to the table to join the conversation and share thoughts on hot button issues affecting the educational community
Dr. Clark 101: The Living Classroom.
Gary M. Clark, Ph.D. is the Executive Producer and Host. This show airs Wednesdays at 12:30 PM. Dr. Clark has a Ph.D. in Political Science from Howard University and a Masters Degree in Latin American Studies from Tulane University. An award winning and nationally recognized political scientist, his show is dedicated to a variety of issues that include: Political analysis, public interest, current events, education, advocacy and civic engagement. His guests include movers and shakers, artisans, intellectuals, practitioners, public officials, and a list of who’s who in policy making and development. It is must hear political analysis.
Education for Liberation
Hosts: Dr. Adrienne Dixson and Dr. Maria Velazquez
#NOLAed: Education for liberation,(#NOLAed) is a weekly, one-hour radio show in New Orleans. Host Dr. Adrienne Dixson and Co-host Dr. V (Maria Velazquez), endeavor to provide up-to-date information and commentary on educational issues across the broad education spectrum. As hosts who have both local connections and knowledge of education in New Orleans, and international scholarly profiles in the broader field of education, we situate the local educational issues within a national and international context and connect national and international educational issues within a local context.
It Takes A Village: Caring for Community during COVID
Weekly discussion with local parents and school leaders on how to best support families and schools as we prepare to begin the school year.
United Way and You
United Way and You See a problem in our community and want to be a part of the solution? Listen to United Way and You on
WBOK with Mary Ambrose to learn how you can help United Way of Southeast Louisiana and its partners build a better, stronger Southeast Louisiana for us all. United Way and You offers listeners a chance to stay up to date on United Way’s incredible impact in our community through its programs, collaborations, initiatives, volunteerism, and advocacy efforts all aimed at eradicating poverty right here at home. Listen in – Thursdays at noon – and join the fight.
SUNO Small Business Resources Network
The SUNO Small Business Resources Network offers valuable tools and information designed to help New Orleans’ small business owners take their business to the next level as well as assisting those individuals wishing to start a business. The show provides resources and information essential to small businesses.
Fridays at 12:00 pm
Crosstown Conversations was conceived during recovery from Katrina to foster dialogue between neighborhoods that were pointing fingers at each other. Over the ensuing years we expanded our focus to help our audience to learn more about our creative community and economy, environmental, urban, and economic development issues. We are a news conversation show, and have had over 1000 guests. We publish a newsletter to advance the radio show that e-publishes the day before our show that has a loyal following among the 13,000 people who receive it. We love our audience at WBOK1230 AM, and believe “people are talking about us” and that we foster a growing dialogue to the benefit of our entire city.
Saturdays at 10:00am
Saturday School is a weekly wonder hour with dynamic, complicated, and outspoken women of color. Hosted by Kira Orange Jones, Board of Elementary Secondary Education Representative, and Avione Brown Pichon, local education leader and attorney, the show tackles not only NOLA public education, but also local and national current events through the lens of the often missing voice of women of color. At Saturday School, the curriculum is global, but the lessons are right in front of you… Sit down and learn something with us. Class is in session, every Saturday at 10:00am
Converge for Change: The Business of Social Justice
Saturdays Noon to 1
Entrepreneur, Social Justice Strategist, Philanthropist, Mother, and Aspiring Author, Takema Robinson is the CEO and founder of Converge, a national social-justice consulting firm, whose purpose is to accelerate the creation of a radically just new world where communities of color thrive.
The Converge For Change Podcast is broadcast every Saturday at 12 noon CST on WBOK 1230 AM in New Orleans and 1 PM CST on all your favorite podcast platforms.
Change Your Water
For 31 years I have pastored The Way Christian Church in uptown New Orleans and am the owner, along with my wife, of WH2OLE Water (your Alkaline water source). Recently I completed my certification as a Food Over Medicine Coach, Consultant and Instructor. It is with great passion and determination that I share simple solutions to everyday chronic illnesses to eliminate the need for medication. Change your water to change your mind and eat all the medicine you can because they both go together to make us whole. So as the conversation continues, we’ll talk about proper hydration and how we can stop, reverse and prevent disease by choosing food over medicine.
Sunday Inspiration from Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church
Lending his hand in praise,Pastor T. J. Brown, Jr. is the 5th Pastor of the Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church of Marrero, LA and is celebrating his 25th Pastoral Anniversary in August 2020. Due to COVID-19, the Church will Celebrate in 2021, if God allows. In addition to Pastoral Care, Pastor/Teacher T. J. Brown , Jr. serves as Minister of Music for the Louisiana Missionary Baptist State Convention, as well as for the National Baptist Convention, USA Inc., when the Convention is in New Orleans, LA. He was blessed to serve Labor Day, 2019.
Tithes/Offering link: http://msmbcmarrero.org/195-2/