This Sunday 8/1 in Inspiration for the Nation

Sunday morning at nine our Guests on Inspiration for the Nation- Dr. Tyrone Grandison@bettercalltyrone discusses Simone Biles; Dr. Sharon Brangman COVID19 and the Delta variant; Raising Supaman author Nathaniel A. Turner with tips for students; author Kristal Brent Zook “I see Black People;”The rise and fall of African American TV and Radio; Kelly Abdo of the Oneida Nation enterprises with exciting news from the Turning Stone Casino and Resort; and Derrick Murry on how to get the COVID 19 vaccine Sunday!!Tune in Live Sunday 9 AM ET on @power620 and and the IHeartRadio app. Swipe left for our guests.

Today on Inspiration for the Nation

Good Morning, today 7/25 on George Kilpatrick Inspiration for the Nation radio; saving lives with the Sankofa Reproductive Health and Healing Center; Dr. Ian Smith has the fat burn remedy; overcoming addiction and mental challenges; and Dr. Ish answers your relationship questions. Tune into Power620 or listen on the IHeartRadio app 9AM-11AM ET.

This Week on Inspiration for the Nation

Sunday morning 9AM Inspiration for the Nation we chat with Syracuse Police Chief Kenton Buckner about recent claims of racism and much more, Trauma to trust what Newark, NJ is doing to bridge community police relations, and how are suburban police forces being held accountable following a vital incident at the E Syracuse Walmart. Tune in live Sunday morning at 9 on Power620 and the IHeartRadio app.

Today on Inspiration for the Nation

Today on Inspirationforthenation Mayoral Candidate Khalid Bey Lanessa Owens of the New York civil liberties union and the work they do with the community and will hear from the clergy emergency response team Inspiration for the nation Sunday morning 9 AM to 11 AM Eastern power 620 and ok IiHeartRadio

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Sunday Morning 7/4 at 9AM ET Inspiration for the Nation. Guests and topics include Nate Brown who started a fitness journey one year ago we check in on his progress; The Cosby release from a survivor perspective; Angela Douglas Co-Director of Vera House shares her truth; Pandemic support for businesses with Cal Corriders; and actor writer producer Sonita Surratt talks about why the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company wants you to “Comb Your Hair” and Vicki Brackens has must listen to tips for recent grads. Tune in 9AM ET-11AMET @Power620 and streaming on IHeartRadio

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