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Today’s edition of Praise In The City wants you to explore the importance of telling your personal story. How can your story be of benefit to you and  to others? Here to help us talk about telling our stories is Jos Duncan of Griotworks Future.  

It’s spring time and it’s time to clean house. Do you have a spring time routine for getting yourself back on track? Today we’re talking to Dejanaba Gordon on getting nutritionally, physically, and mentally clean for the spring season.

Today’s edition of Praise In The City gets deep into the conversation about the outcome of the indicted Baltimore police officers charged with death of Freddie Gray while in their custody. To help us have this conversation are friends to the program, off-site producer, Donovan West and political columnist, Denise Clay.

Today’s edition of Praise In The City wants you to explore the state of our young Black men. In studio to talk with us about how we can be pivotal in the development of our young men is Laura S. Reddick, Chair of the Black Male Development Symposium 2015 and Dr. Doreen Loury, Executive Dir. of […]

Today’s edition of Praise In The City asks Have you had an experience that made you question your faith in God? Did you find your way back to God if you lost your way? How did that happen? To help us answer these questions and offer advice is Michael E. Williams, author of Child Of […]

Today’s edition of Praise In The City asks do you have trouble being happy when others are blessed? If not, why do you think people have problems with other’s blessings? This comes out of a story where a Detroit man received money started by an anonymous Go Fund Me campaign and was gifted a car […]

We’re talking youth, the church, and sports here on Praise In The City. In studio we have folks from the Greater Philadelphia Churches Athletic Association here to talk about the impact they’re making in the lives of youth. Coaches, Chris Milton, Steve Camps, Marc Brown, and Clyde Griffin, under the guidance of Kyle Sample, help […]

Today’s edition of Praise In The City wants you to explore how you feel about the film, Selma. Did you see it? Are you going to see it? If not, why? On the line to discuss the film and some the politics of it is our dear friend to the program, columnist Denise Clay.

Today’s edition of Praise In The City is focusing on Empowerment. In particular Women’s Empowerment. Do you find the time to empower someone or are you someone that needs some empowering wisdom to push you along in your journey? Here with us is Lacey Clark of Phenomenally-U to talk about her work in empowering Young […]

It’s a new year and we have so much that we want to accomplish in our lives and resolutions that we want to keep. What are the things you’d like to accomplish in 2015 and what are you doing to reach those goals? We’re Praise in the City and it’s 2015. Time to start a […]

As the year comes to a close Praise In The City asks what were the things that affected you the most? This is the year that was right here on Praise In The City.

It’s the Holiday Season, but with so much going on does it really feel like Christmas? What are you doing to keep the Reason for the Season alive and what does that mean to you? Here to help us discuss the Holiday Feeling is friend and off site producer, Donovan West with daughter J-Dub.