May 23, 2022
I’m not proud of the last episode of the KDHX podcast
My sincere concerns for our country, for our democracy and for the well-being of African Americans across the nation, weighed heavily on my mind last evening. ——
I had what I believed to be a great diverse panel, including retired print journalist,...
May 2, 2022
Michael Wesley Jones, sits in for Tangazo Host Hank Thompson,
for this critical discussion on race matters, genealogy and
possible responsibilities. ———
The Kistner family’s shocking revelation of their great great grandfather's history of slaveholding was featured in this April 6th, River Front Times article,...
Apr 11, 2022
Michael Roberts and I go one on one about his late father Victor
Roberts and Mike’s career as a media mogul and international
Michael says that everything began with a seventy-five hundred dollar loan from his father, Victor Roberts, to purchase and renovate his first house, after law school, in Lewis...
Mar 21, 2022
We were privileged to have an extended conversation with the
founder of BASIC, Oval Miller and his top assistant Michael
Batchman, as my guest on the latest episode of the KDHX podcast
BASIC was Founded in 1982, as a drug and alcohol treatment center for African Americans. It has a great reputation...
Mar 8, 2022
Recording this week's episode of the KDHX podcast Tangazo, was
satisfying, to say the least. ———
My guests were the leadership of the St. Louis County Council, Chairman Rita Heard Days and Vice-Chairman Shalonda Webb. ———
We spent quite a bit of time talking about the value of these two African American...