A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien is everywhere, you ain’t never there. That’s a Jay-Z lyric, but it seems appropriate for the enterprising reporter who manages to be everywhere the news is made. 441 more words

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A Tale Of Two Cities – Soledad O’Brien Talks Hurricane Katrina 10th Anniversary

Soledad O’Brien reflects on the 10th Anniversary of Hurricane Katrina on the Tom Joyner Morning Show.

“Personally it made me realize what the actual roots of what reporting was. 59 more words

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Don Lemon: Yes, The Virginia Shooter Was Racist


Yesterday I saw something I hoped I would never see happen.

Someone shot and killed a television reporter and cameraman live on the air.

It is a television journalist’s worst nightmare. 450 more words

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Don Lemon: Yes, The Virginia Shooter Was Racist


Yesterday I saw something I hoped I would never see happen.

Someone shot and killed a television reporter and cameraman live on the air.

It is a television journalist’s worst nightmare. 450 more words

Tom Joyner Morning Show

MORNING MINUTE: The Prejudice Polka, Too Much A** For DVR, Falling Asleep Next To Who?


8/27/15- Click the link above to hear who will be doing the prejudice polka on this season of Dancing With The Stars, which two former strippers may have a reality show and why one woman wants to make sure she doesn’t fall asleep next to Bill Cosby. 19 more words

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‘We Came Back Because We’re Survivors’ – New Orleans Native Dorian Price Defends His Family’s Decision

It’s been said that memories are retained depending on their value. Hearing something like this makes you think highly of those vivid images of past times that seem to remain embedded in your mind yet it’s the adverse memories that tend to affect us the most. 1,712 more words

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‘We Came Back Because We’re Survivors’ – New Orleans Native Dorian Price Defends His Family’s Decision

It’s been said that memories are retained depending on their value. Hearing something like this makes you think highly of those vivid images of past times that seem to remain embedded in your mind yet it’s the adverse memories that tend to affect us the most. 1,712 more words

Tom Joyner Morning Show