Joe Madison "The Black Eagle" is a recognized human and civil rights activist, African slavery abolitionist, TV commentator, columnist, lecturer, labor and corporate spokesman, musician, athlete and member of the NAACP's national board of directors, for which he helped register one million new voters.
Karen Hunter is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, professor and publisher. She is co-author of eight New York Times bestsellers. In addition to being the CEO of Karen Hunter Books, Karen is a former sports and news reporter with the New York Daily News, where she was the paper’s first African-American female news columnist.
Rev. Al SharptonCommunity leader, politician, minister and advocate Rev. Al Sharpton's career began with his first sermon at age 4. His work has taken him "from the streets to the suites," where he continues to demand that the American political establishment include people of every race, gender, class and belief.
Armstrong WilliamsArmstrong Williams, who is one of the most prominent black conservatives in the media, debates issues impacting all Americans. Armstrong brings to his daily show a pugnacious, provocative and principled voice for his conservative and Christian values.
Tavis Smiley"Newsweek" profiled Tavis Smiley as one of the "20 people changing how Americans get their news," also dubbing him one of the nation's "captains of the airwaves." Smiley hosts Tavis Smiley on PBS and is a regular political commentator on the Tom Joyner Morning Show.
Dr. Wilmer LeonWilmer J. Leon, III, Ph.D is a political scientist whose primary areas of expertise are black politics and public policy.
Maggie LintonIn the '70s, Kansas native Maggie Linton became the first female sports anchor in Wichita, KS; St. Louis, MO; and Washington, DC. She's a TV and radio host who's appeared in Homicide: Life on the Street, Star Finder, a 30-part series on the Hubble Space Telescope, Hairspray and Guarding Tess.
Jennifer has worked as a Realtor for over 15 years, the first ten of which were with Tutt; Taylor & Rankin, which then became the Washington, D.C., affiliate of Sotheby’s, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty. She is licensed in Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia and has a wide and diverse client base spanning from people relocating, to investors, to the luxury homebuyers and sellers.
Lou Hutt Join Lou Hutt CPA, Attorney, Entrepreneur and Author, every weekend as he unveils the secrets, clues and alternatives on an array of tax, business and financial issues. Using everyday language, Lou helps transform the most complicated situation into one that is easier to understand and suggests tools and tactics to overcome the challenge.
Shawna Renee Renee has dedicated her life to a career in radio, starting as a producer for the top-rated Joe Madison Show. She went on to produce and co-host Baltimore's #1-rated Morning Drive program at urban powerhouse WERQ-FM and in 2000 Shawna moved to DC to host Love Talk and Slow Jams on WPGC-FM.
George WilsonVeteran radio news correspondent and former congressional staffer George Wilson has over 30-years experience with newsmakers, politicians, activists and educators.