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Media has the power to empower or destroy and in this episode of The 411 Live, Beverly Taylor talks to Mikel Holt, Associate Publisher for the Milwaukee Community Journal, political analyst and Co-founder of the Wisconsin Black Media Association, Faithe Colas, Radio host at WNOV, Liddie Collins, former TV producer for Milwaukee PBS, Everett Marshburn, Executive Producer for Black Nouveau, and finally, Earl Arms, current President of the Wisconsin Black Media Association and Host of Black Nouveau.
In this episode, we talk about the importance of black voices and representation in media. Each of our guests not only shares their expertise on the importance of black voices in public media but also their personal experiences and testimonies on how far we’ve come as a society. Listen to each guest’s words on the positive progress and influence the black community has.
Mikel Holt – Associate Publisher for the Milwaukee Community Journal
Editorial Email: editorial@MilwaukeeCommunityJournal.com
Faithe Colas – Radio host at WNOV
Phone: PH: 414-449-5490
Liddie Collins – Former TV producer for Milwaukee PBS
Everett Marshburn – Executive Producer for Black Nouveau
Earl Arms – Current President of the Wisconsin Black Media Association and Host of Black Nouveau
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