I am a print, radio, and Internet journalist. In print, I serve as the National Correspondent for the Final Call Newspaper. I am founder and producer of "Liberated Sisters" and a founding member, host and producer of “Some of Us Are Brave,” a Black women’s radio program at the Pacifica Network’s 90.7 FM/KPFK. There, I also wrote, edited and filed news reports, conducted field and phone interviews, and anchored both the midday and evening newscasts for the KPFK News Department. I am also associate produced “Front Page," a daily talk show heard on 102.3 FM-KJLH Radio in Inglewood, California.
You may reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 323-602-9841.
Here is my resume and a two clips from my KPFK News reporting on poverty, income, health, the Three Strikes Law and Proposition 66 to reform it. The links are to related articles I wrote for The Final Call Newspaper and New America Media.
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Me on the air at KPFK Studios Los Angeles
Saturdays, 1-1:30 PM Pacific Standard Time / Various hosts/topics from a Black woman's perspective.
Sis. Charlene @ KJLH Radio
As former producer of the Front Page, I got a daily, ring side seat to news and analysis from some of the most hard-hitting scholars our communities have produced, many you're already familiar with. The show features daily listener comments and questions and on Mondays, I produced the Next Page, a mini-feature on issues impacting our people, but that were buried in the news. .
A Day in L.A. with Dr. Keith Black
Sis. Charlene and Dr. Keith Black (photo-Malcolm Ali www.finaimage.com)