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  • Anthony Ray

This Sunday on #HBCUSmartTV! #SmartSundays

12 Noon ET

"In this episode of Done Dissertation Office Hours we talk with Mr. Askia Talib-deen, doctoral student at the University of Nevada-Las Vegas. We discuss his journey from prison to the PhD, how learning is not about the outcome, and advice to give for doctoral students looking to navigate the dissertation process." - Dr. Ramon Goings


12:30 PM

Glenn Best welcomes Mrs. Deanna Brown Thomas to Black Entrepreneurs Hall of Fame! "Mrs. Brown Thomas is President of The James Brown Family Foundation,,, Inc. (JBFF) a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization created according to the wishes of James Brown. Through JBFF, she advocates charitable giving and conducts an annual James Brown Turkey and Toy giveaway in Augusta, Georgia and New York, where thousands of underprivileged children and families have received turkeys and toys during the holidays. She was named an Ambassador for “Feed The Hungry” because of her continuous work to provide meals to those who are less fortunate. Mrs. Brown Thomas globally supports education, careers, internships and mentorships in the entertainment industry. Mrs. Brown Thomas is the innovator and founder of the James Brown Academy of Musik Pupils, aka J.A.M.P., a year-round musical village dedicated to teaching students to play instruments, write and create their own music. She is also founder of the James Brown Family Performing Arts Center (JBFPAC) a theatre arts, fashion and fine arts initiative in New York.


Future Focus Now with WSSU Chancellor, Dr. Elwood Robinson, features WSSU basketball head coaches Cleo Hill and L’Tona Lamonte. We’re talking all things college hoops! Get the latest on the upcoming season and what’s new for our student athletes.



It's Easy Son presents a special segment featuring the launch of TheYancyYears with Dr. Dorothy Yancy, Dr. Brian Johnson, Mr. Benny Smith and Dr. Sharon D. Raynor


4:30pm ET

Dr. Carey Yazeed presents part 2 of "Everyday Struggle: How Toxic Workspaces Impact Black Women".

"The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman. From a looming pay gap that doesn't appear to be going away any time soon, to dealing with microaggressions and blatant harassment and racism, Black women in America endure a lot just to make a living in this country. This anthology shares the toxic work stories of thirteen Black women trying to survive the 9 to 5 rat race in America."



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