June 6, 2023

Who Would You Like To See Us Interview on PBP Radio In 2022?

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Attention to all our followers, listeners, readers, to all our supporters and everyone who holds us down, we are reaching out to you to see who you would like to see us interview on the People Before Politics Radio Show in 2022?

In our seven in a half years many guests have appeared on PBP Radio including NYC Mayor-Elect Eric Adams, Former FBI Assistant Director for Counterintelligence and MSNBC’s National Security Analyst Frank Figliuzzi, Talent the Comedian, R&B Legends like Melba MooreAtlantic Starr, and Mount Vernon’s own Jeff Redd, appearances from Songstresses Angela Johnson and Ms. Irene Renee, Civil Rights Attorneys  Mayo Bartlett (The Law Offices of Mayo Bartlett, PLLC), Bonita E. Zelman Esq. and Micheal H. Sussman Esq (Sussman & Associates), Minister A. Hafeez Muhammad, (RIP) the former East Coast Representative of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and Student Regional Minister of Mosque No.7 in Harlem, Grace Baptist Church Sr. Pastor Dr. Rev. W. Franklyn RichardsonYusef Salaam of the Exonerated Five and his mother Sharonne Salaam who is an advocate for the wrongfully incarcerated, Legendary Radio Host and Activist Bob Law, Director of the Exoneration Project‘s Mass Exoneration Initiative Karen A. Newirth, New York State Supreme Court Justice Sam D. Walker, Comedian, owner of Entertainment Studios Networks, Inc. and founder of The National Association of African American-Owned Media (NAAAOM) Byron Allen, Author (Once A Cop) and former NYPD Inspector Corey Pegues, Captain Dennis Muhammad – Founder of The PeaceKeepers,  New York Working Family Party State Director Sochie Nnaemeka and most of our local, county and state elected officials including NYC Councilman Jumaane Williams, NYS AG Latitia ‘Tish” James, Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, State Senator Alessandra Biaggi and several candidates running for those seats. Even a few US Congressmen Eliot EngelJamaal Bowman and Mondaire Jones just to name a few have appeared on PBP Radio. Several local unsung heroes, community activists, family fighting for justice for a loved one, several community-based organizations and several local authors.

We’ve had themed shows and series like Blacks In law Enforcement; Being Black & BlueSocial Justice SundayPolicing The Black Community, The Criminal Justice Reform SeriesThe State of The MVPDThe Meaning Of The 4th Of July To Black PeopleFreedom FridaysModern Day Heroes Mondays, Racism & Implicit Bias In Greenburgh Forum,

As we strive to continue to give you that Real Talk For The Community and tackle the important and difficult topic, we wanted to reach out to you to see who you would love to see us interview in 2022. Please leave your answers in the comment section below this reader poll. Feel free to share who you want to see big or small. Cannot promise we can get them all, but it gives us something to reach for and you more input on the guests we go after. So let us know and let us know why.

Lastly, we would like to thank all our listeners, those who have rode with us since day one, those who started listening along the way and all of you listening for the first time. Feel free to click on the links above and check out some of the interviews you’ve missed and maybe want to hear again. As I close every show, you could be doing anything else, but you decided to ride with us and for that we greatly appreciate all of you!

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Stephanie S.Swann December 7, 2021 at 9:48 AM

I would be very interesting if you could get Greenburgh Heights, LLC. Management on People Before Politics. Especially Rajew Abraham, Executive Director and George Lux, Director of Maintenance . To ask why they file false police reports on residents.

charlenenixon12 December 6, 2021 at 11:50 AM

I would like to feature the Westchester Multicultural Chamber – Ms. Charlene Nixon is the first woman of color to launch the First Multicultural Chamber – globally, and it was done here in Westchester!

Dr. Silvia Lloyd December 5, 2021 at 8:32 AM

George Patterson, Senior Director of My Brothers Keeper in the NYC schools.


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