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Bring It On! – February 12, 2018

William Hosea and Leila Randle welcome Marquelle & Beverly Redmond and Damen & Rosalind Morris PART ONE On tonight’s show, William and Leila welcome Marquelle and Beverly Redmond. They join us to talk about their award winning book, “Revelations of a Real Man (…Or Woman)”– a miraculous story of faith, fidelity, and family. PART TWO Bethel AME’s new Pastor and …

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Bring It On! – January 29, 2018

Cornelius Wright and William Hosea welcome David Schunk, Tina Lampke, Ruben Marte’, Roger Logsdon and Allen Bell. (WARNING: This program contains adult themes i.e. sexual violence) PART ONE David Schunk, pastor of Vineyard Community Church; Tina Lampke, executive director of Hannah Center; Captain Ruben Marte’ and Detective Roger Logsdon with the Indiana State Police and Allen Bell, Victims Advocate & …

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Bring It On! – January 15, 2018

Cornelius Wright and William Hosea welcome John Zody & Reverend Dr. Harold Middlebrooks. PART ONE On tonight’s show, Cornelius and William welcome Indiana Democratic Party chairman, John Zody. He joins us tonight to help assess the current state of political affairs in Indiana and nationally as well ass discussing initiatives for the future. PART TWO Jim Sims joins Cornelius and …

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Bring It On! – January 8, 2018

PART ONE On tonight’s show, Clarence and William welcome Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton. He joins us to give an update on his progress to-date on his agenda to make Bloomington a much more vibrant and transparent community PART TWO Headline news of interest to the African-American community. CREDITS Hosts: Clarence Boone and William Hosea Bring It On! is produced by …

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BIO – June 19th, 2017

On today’s episode of Bring It On, Dr. Amrita Myers and Jim Sims speak to Beth Applegate, president of Applegate Consulting Group, and Jennifer Brooks, along with resident anchor William Hosea to discuss Showing Up For Racial Justice (SURJ), an initiative dedicated to building accountability with people of color doing exceptional work dealing with racial justice in Bloomington and Monroe …

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Bring It On – April 24, 2017

Congratulations to the entire “Bring It On!” team for receiving yet another first-place distinction from the Society of Professional Journalist’s “Best in Indiana” awards. The broadcast entitled, “A Conversation on positive community interactions with Indiana State Police” was recognized under the Radio Public Affairs category. Co-anchors Leila Randle and Cornelius Wright joins Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad for a prerecorded interview …

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Bring It On – March 20th, 2017

Bring It On’s William Hosea and Dr. Amrita Myers speak with Dr. Kali Gross, Professor of African American Studies at Wesleyan University about Violent Intersections: Women of Color in the Age of Trump, a large community/campus event on violence against women of color [scheduled for tomorrow, March 21, from 6-8pm in the IMU Whittenberger Auditorium on IU Bloomington’s campus]. In …

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Bring It On – January 9, 2017

Election Day 2016 has come and gone! As we are still sorting through the impact of the results, many (not just in the African American community) have been left with a feeling of bewilderment with the national and statewide outcomes. On this episode of Bring It On, We have invited Monroe County Democratic Party Chairman Mark Fraley to come on …

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Bring It On Interviews Police About shootings and Citizen Response

On Monday, the hosts of WFHB’s African American Public Affairs show, Bring It On, sat down with two members of the Indiana State Police Department to discuss recent police shootings and citizen responses. Hosts William Hosea and Amrita Myers spoke with Sergeant Todd Durnil and Captain Ruben Marte. We bring you a portion of their conversation now for today’s WFHB …

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Daily Local News – August 31, 2016

The Indiana University Police Department has decided to implement police body cameras on campuses in Bloomington and Indianapolis, with the stated goal of improving officer accountability and police-community relations; The Bloomington City Council conducted four nights of departmental budget hearings last week; There may soon be another place that Twitter cannot go. The Times of Northwest Indiana reports that Indiana …

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