Today’s programs aired on WNHH radio tackled cultural and institutional racism on Yale University’s campus, what it means to be in a “millionaire mindset,” and the next stage in development throughout New Haven. It’s Veterans Day; we reflected on that too.
During “Urban Talk Radio,” Yale freshman Mojique Tyler joined host Shafiq Abdussabur and co-producer Salwa Abdussabur to speak about the state of race and ethnicities on America’s — and particularly New Haven’s — college campuses. Click on or download the above audio to listen.
Then on the latest episode of “Mornings with Mubarakah,” Outreach Realty Servicing’s Roberta Hoskie and Saiyyidah Zaidi, founder of Millionaire Muslimah, joined host Mubarakah Ibrahim in the studio and via Skype respectively. Together, the three discussed women entrepreneurs, money, and the workplace. Click on or download the above audio to listen.
Developer Joel Schiavone and city Economic Development Administrator Matthew Nemerson joined Paul Bass on “Dateline New Haven.” Reflecting on New Haven past and present, the three discussed ideas for “calming” traffic (including roaring motorcycles) in Chapel West and developing more city neighborhoods. Click on or download the above sound file to listen.
On “This Day in New Haven History,” Hosts Allan Appel and Jason Bischoff-Wurstle discussed a visit to the Red Cross Blood Bank on Nov. 11, Veterans Day in 1943. Click on or download the above audio to listen.