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Formerly known as "Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio," Be Heard Talk is an award-winning weekly talk show that is committed to informing, educating and empowering Millennials. We talk race, politics, and culture every Sunday from 11 am - 12 pm ET on WHCR 90.3FM "The Voice of Harlem" and stream our show Facebook Live. A new podcast is released every Tuesday.

Formerly known as "Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio," Be Heard Talk is an award-winning weekly talk show that is committed to informing, educating and empowering Millennials. We talk race, politics, and culture every Sunday from 11 am - 12 pm ET on WHCR 90.3FM "The Voice of Harlem" and stream our show Facebook Live. A new podcast is released every Tuesday.

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United States

Description:

Formerly known as "Let Your Voice Be Heard! Radio," Be Heard Talk is an award-winning weekly talk show that is committed to informing, educating and empowering Millennials. We talk race, politics, and culture every Sunday from 11 am - 12 pm ET on WHCR 90.3FM "The Voice of Harlem" and stream our show Facebook Live. A new podcast is released every Tuesday.

Language:

English

Contact:

347-208-4919


Episodes

Will Sallie Mae Finally Be Canceled

11/23/2020
: Biden has a plan to tackle the $1.6 trillion student loan debt crisis. But does it go far enough? And what would it mean for you?

Duration:01:00:20

Pushing Biden to the Left

11/17/2020
On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, Tammie David, and special guest Until Freedom co-founder Angelo Pinto discuss what it will take to pass a left-leaning agenda that centers BIPOC under the Biden administration.

Duration:00:45:08

Yup America is Really That Racist

11/9/2020
Nantasha Williams, a NYC Council Candidate and “Community Mobilizer,” joined Be Heard Talk to unpack the 2020 election results, why the race came down to the wire, and what this ultimately says about our nation.

Duration:00:49:56

Until Freedom: Organizing Beyond 2020 Feat. Mysonne

11/2/2020
We're wrapping up the 2020 election. But the fight for freedom is far from over. How can we organize our communities beyond Election Day? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Mysonne Linen, the co-founder of Until Freedom, talked about the need to mobilize communities of color and push a Black agenda no matter who wins the White House. During "The News Round Up," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and Tammie David talked about Lil Wayne's endorsement of Donald Trump, the final stretch of the...

Duration:01:05:32

Exploring The Purpose of Power Featuring #BlackLivesMatter Co-Founder Alicia Garza

10/27/2020
The election is weeks away. We’re in a movement moment. What will it take for Black lives to finally matter? On this episode, Alicia Garza, one of the architects of the #BlackLivesMatter movement, talked about the hashtag, heard around the world, the 2020 election, and her new book, “The Purpose of Power: How We Come Together When We Fall Apart.

Duration:00:43:30

Black Men And The Ballot

10/19/2020
Trump is projected to win 18% of the Black male vote. Why are so many brothers down with MAGA? Political commentator and entrepreneur Kwame Jackson discusses the importance of Black men in the 2020 election and the news that Ice Cube advised the Trump administration on "The Platinum Plan” to help Black Americans. This episode was sponsored by Black Enterprise, our official media partner during the 2020 election.

Duration:01:00:38

Policing The Police: How Can We 'Protect And Serve' Our Communities?

10/12/2020
Police reform is on the ballot. Black Lives Matter is leading the call for an overhaul. Will this be the election that brings real change? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Rodney‌ ‌W.‌ ‌Jacobs,‌ ‌Jr.,‌ ‌the‌ ‌Asst.‌ ‌Dir.‌ ‌for‌ ‌the‌ ‌City‌ ‌of‌ ‌Miami‌ ‌Civilian‌ ‌Investigative‌ ‌Panel,‌ joins us to talk about‌ ‌the‌ ‌state‌ ‌of‌ ‌police‌ ‌reform‌ ‌in‌ ‌America‌, ‌the‌ ‌2020‌ ‌election‌, and more!

Duration:01:03:59

Powering The Black Agenda featuring the founders of Our Black Party

10/5/2020
The Black vote ain't free. But what do we want in exchange? Now’s the time to create and advance a real black agenda. On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," the national co-chairs of Our Black Party, Candace Hollingsworth and Dr. Wes Bellamy, talked about empowering Black voters and pushing a Black agenda through their new coalition. During "The News Round Up," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and guest correspondent Evan Mastrondi talked about Megan Thee Stallion's SNL performance, the spread of...

Duration:01:03:10

Can Dems Push Progressives To The Polls? Featuring Nina Turner

9/28/2020
The election is less than 50 days away. But progressives are not sold on Biden, the Democrats, or voting. Can the establishment reach the far Left by November? Former Ohio State Senator and Bernie2020 National Co-Chair Nina Turner talks about Joe Biden's attempt to court the Left with Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and special guest correspondent Nayda Stevens, the New York State Director of the 2016 Bernie Sanders campaign. This episode was sponsored by Black Enterprise, our official media...

Duration:00:57:26

The Biden Agenda: How Would Joe’s Policies Affect the Black Community?

9/21/2020
This election is crucial. Our lives are on the line. But the Black vote should not be taken for granted. CNN political analyst and best-selling author Bakari Sellers joins Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and Tammie David to discuss the impact that Joe Biden’s policies and politics would have on people of color.

Duration:00:59:21

The War On The Black Vote: How To Protect Our Voice In 2020

9/14/2020
This election is crucial. Our lives are on the line. But the black vote is under attack. Be Heard Talk teamed up with Black Enterprise as our official media partner as we unpack the 2020 election, its impact on our community, and voter suppression. On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and Tammie David spoke with LaTosha Brown, the co-founder of Black Voters Matter, about the power of the Black vote.

Duration:01:01:31

"Shut Up and Dribble"

8/31/2020
Black Lives Matter, and not just for entertainment. Sports leagues shut down for Jacob Blake. Are athletes the next wave of revolutionaries? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, Tammie David, and Evan Mastrondi discussed the 3-day NBA strike in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake and the history of athletes and activism. They also paid tribute to the life and legacy of actor and cultural icon Chadwick Boseman.

Duration:01:01:15

Why I Left The Democratic Party

8/24/2020
The election is less than 100 days away. But progressives are ditching the Dems. Why is the establishment failing to reach the far Left? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill questioned why Stanley Fritz, Tammie David, and special guest journalist Edwian Stokes left the Democratic Party. They also debated over the best strategies to win political power.

Duration:01:13:06

Can Kamala Do It For The Dems?

8/17/2020
It’s official. Kamala Harris is Joe Biden’s running mate. What does this mean for the Black community and the Democratic Party? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," we unpacked what Kamala Harris brings to the Democratic presidential ticket and the party and questioned whether she will help or hurt Black voter turnout. We also debate if President Trump is racist. In this episode: Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, Tammie David, and special guests Damond Stubbs, the founder and organizer of Conscious...

Duration:01:10:46

Beyonce's Tribute to Blackness: Black Is King

8/10/2020
Beyonce is paying homage to Africa and showing the world that Black is glorious. Has Queen Bey changed our views of the Motherland? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and Tammie David unpacked Beyonce's "Black is King" visual album, the celebration of African art and West African religions, and why some critics accuse the queen of exploiting the Motherland.

Duration:00:57:17

Who's Your MVP For VP?

8/3/2020
Joe Biden will announce his running mate any day now. Does he owe us one? Or does it even matter? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, Tammie David, and special guest Nadya Stevens, a New York lobbyist and the New York State Director for the Bernie Sanders Presidential Primary of 2016, discussed the contenders being considered as Joe Biden's running mate. The team talked about the significance of the VP pick and questioned whether the role should go to a Black...

Duration:01:01:28

Exploring The Nation Of Islam A History Of Controversy And Community

7/27/2020
Unpacking the black community’s complicated relationship with the infamous movement.

Duration:01:13:23

Pro-Black, With Prejudice

7/20/2020
Nick Cannon was fired for anti-Semitic tropes. Some Black folks are confused. How can we bridge the gap between Blacks and Jews? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, and Tammie David discussed Nick Cannon's anti-Semitic remarks with Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the associate dean and director of Global Social Action Agenda for the Simon Wiesenthal Center and the Jewish leader that counseled Cannon before he apologized. They also talked about the intersectionality between...

Duration:01:22:41

Enough With The Black Women Slander

7/13/2020
Black women are under attack. From being deemed as angry to unattractive. When will the misogynoir stop? On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, Tiffany Brown, and Naledi Monroe talked about 50 Cent's remarks about "angry black women" and his preference for "exotic" women. The team also discussed the history behind sexist stereotypes against black women.

Duration:01:10:16

The Black Freedom Movement 2.0

6/22/2020
The Black Panthers set the blueprint. Now we’re elevating the movement. The fight for black liberation continues. On this episode of "Be Heard Talk," Selena Hill, Stanley Fritz, Tiffany Brown, and special guest Nicholas Powers, an author and SUNY Old Westbury professor, discussed the history of the Black Power Movement of the 60's and 70's and how it relates to Black Lives Matter. They also talked about the next steps in the fight for liberation.

Duration:01:07:20