In his recent book, "Taking Bullets: Terrorism and Black Life in Twenty-first Century America", Haki Madhubuti starts a national debate on Black male empowerment. The debate is aimed towards empowering a generation that’s confronted with disparity and adversity on the streets of every city in America. Host Richard Steele was joined by:
• Poet, educator, and activist Haki Madhubuti.
Plus, we heard about a farmer’s market that’s helping to bring fresh produce and fresh ideas to the Roseland community. For that conversation, we heard from:
• Leroy Chalmers, founder of the South Halsted Farmers Market in Roseland
• Qwonterian Ivy, a youth worker at the market
The Barber Shop Show airs live on Fridays at Noon on Vocalo 91.1FM. You can also stream live at vocalo.org. In addition, the show rebroadcasts on Saturdays at 9am on 91.1FM and on Sundays at 3pm on WBEZ 91.5FM
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