America's Black Forum

America’s Black Forum, is a weekly ½-hour syndicated newsmagazine series hosted by political analyst, Marc Morial. Each week, America's Black Forum will feature in-depth and engaging interviews with newsmakers, influencers, business entrepreneurs, artists, health & wellness experts and social justice leaders
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Langston Hughes Center

America's Black Forum | Episode 24.13

This week on America's Black Forum: Visit The Langston Hughes Center, Cleveland Clinic Community Health, and Education Center built to help the Fairfax neighborhood residents get to where they want to go – through exercise, better eating habits, and a new mindset. We tour the Muhammad Ali Center and Museum in Louisville where exhibits go deep into the story of an iconic figure whose legacy will live on. Learn about Leafy Products, an eco-friendly Black-owned company that produces biodegradable paper products.

Dr. Edward Barksdale

America's Black Forum | Episode 24.12

This week on America's Black Forum: Dr. Edward Barksdale, a pediatric surgeon, creates a novel holistic hospital-based violence intervention program for 6 to 16-year-olds. At the Kentucky Derby Museum there is a permanent exhibit called Black Heritage in Racing which focuses on the history of Black Horsemen and Women in the sport. The Black Jockeys Lounge, located in downtown Louisville, is the destination for great food, cocktails, and to learn the history of Black horse jockeys operated by entrepreneur Tawana Bain.

Uncle Nearest

America's Black Forum | Episode 24.11

This week on America’s Black Forum: We introduce you to Fawn and Keith Weaver, a couple who have happily amplified forbearers of whiskey distilling by producing a world-class spirit that pays homage to a Master Distiller, Uncle Nearest. Jason Rawls is a Professor by day…DJ, musician, and music producer by night who has worked with rappers like Mos Def, Talib Kweli, and the Beastie Boys and now he’s bringing Hip Hop to the yard and the classroom at The Ohio State University. Antoine Haugabook, Co-Captain of Black Men Run Nashville talks about his organization, the benefits of running, healthy eating, and living a healthy lifestyle.

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