On Saturday, May 17th, the Hey Girl Hey Podcast featured two powerful guests that continue to make a difference and impact in the black community.
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Brother Kenneth Huston is the President of the NAACP Pennsylvania State Conference. We discussed the fate of the black man in America as it pertains to the recent killings of unarmed black men at the hands of the police and other white Americans. Plus, we discuss the coronavirus and how our people need to do better; becoming the giver and not the borrower.
This was an intense show and we needed more than an hour to cover all the necessary topics.
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