Barbershop Talks Radio Show is looking for YOU!
We are looking to feature and spotlight folks who are willing to be interviewed for the following topics:
Curly (natural) or straight (processed): Is there pressure to change your hair or are you caught in the middle?
Middle Class Black Family: too good and not enough hood? Are you caught in the middle?
Are you in an interracial relationship? Is it accepted or rejected? Caught in the middle? Tell us your experiences.
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Look forward to connecting.
The Staley B. Keith Social Justice Center presents
“Barbershop Talks Round Table.”
Hosts Claire Cousins and Kamal Johnson interview Sara Kendall and Kenny Weaver for their insightful reaction and response to the Trayvon Martin verdict, effects on racial profiling and racism in Columbia and Greene counties.
Talented and dynamic local independent artists Danielle Marby, Kenny Weaver, Claire Cousins, and “Lost Cause” group member Ranier “GrandFinale” Blue grace us with their energy and presence through spoken word.
Barbershop Talks Presents: Round Table Edition
with Kamal Johnson, Cedrick Fulton, Isiah Heard, Chris Welch, and Vern Cross. Our host Claire Cousins will be introducing ‘hot topics’ on the mind of the community.
From fatherhood to raising children in Hudson, the recent Hudson High School graduation rate and everything in between. Different folks, differing opinions; these guests leave everything on the table and no stone left unturned.
Listen in on Wednesday, July 3rd at 2 pm on WGXC 90.7 FM. Who do you agree with?
Tune into Barbershop Talks
Mother’s Day Tribute
radio show on
Wednesday, May 1st at 2pm EST.
This show is
“For Mothers, About Mothers, By Mothers.”
This special edition includes powerhouse local female rapper/mom/wife Eushabell Rodriguez who shares her insights on music, balancing being a working mother and rapper, and ‘laying down her flow’ on the mic.
Local business owner Selha Graham-Cora affectionately known as “The Laundress” of Sip N’ Suds gives practical advice on allocating time to faith, family, business and education. A mother of 6, she highlights a unique perspective on how she does it all and local issues.
Mother Wanita Gregory dives into being the mother of a disabled child and the beautiful aspects about her daughter. You don’t want to miss it.
Claire Cousins sings a song she wrote and dedicated to her daughter.
If you are unable to tune in via your radio, you can listen to us live via your computer by clicking on this link:
Comment below to let us know your thoughts, thanks!
We would like to extend our hearty appreciation to Sarah Kendall of WGXC for all of the hard work she has done in assisting in making “Barbershop Talks” a great radio show behind-the-scenes. We salute you! Thank you!!
We are excited to announce the launch of our local radio show on
We will be live on the air every first Wednesday of the month at 2pm. If you are unable to tune in via your radio, you can listen to us live via your computer by clicking on this link:
To stay updated, connected and inspired by your community and the latest ‘happenings’ of the Staley B. Keith Social Justice Center, tune in.
We look forward to ‘hearing’ you on the air during some of our segments where we want to hear