Our guest this week; Deborah Wilson, President and CEO for the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League And Al Turner “The Burner”, Bassist, Producer, Composer, Musical director, Song writer.
Al Turner “The Burner,” is an A-List bassist that plays regularly with Kem, Earl Klugh and Bob James. He has toured and performed hundreds of live shows nationally and internationallyand recorded with some of the top names in the music biz. He’ll be on to talk about that and his latest album “Sunny Days”, his third in 7 years.
Deborah Wilson, President and CEO for the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League will be on to talk about the nation’s oldest and largest community based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream. The “50th Anniversary of the Signing of the Civil Rights Act.” July 2, 1964, and on Thursday, May 22, the Metropolitan Wilmington Urban League will host its 7th Annual Equal Opportunity Day Awards Celebration: Lions and Legends.
Please join us live @ http://www.wfai1510.com/programs/20 as we discuss these topics and more on “The Linwood Jackson Radio Show” May 18, 14, we continue to celebrate African American History and Women’s History and we’re committed to giving good information and inspirational content covering the issues, the solutions and the fun stuff too, each and every Sun. 2-3pm. on Delaware’s exclusive urban contemporary radio station, WFAI 1510 am. Please Like my FB page, Subscribe to my YouTube channel, and Tweet me on twitter at the following links. https://www.facebook.com/CLinwoodJackson https://www.youtube.com/user/CLinwoodJ?fe https://twitter.com/CLinwoodJackson Thank you.