Bashir Akinyele of Newark Anti-Violence Coalition visits The ChangeMakers Radio Show this Saturday

EAST ORANGE, NJ – The ChangeMakers Radio Show is hosting Bashir Akinyele as their special guest this coming Saturday morning.  Bashir Akinyele is an educator, member of the Newark Anti-Violence Coalition, VOCAL (Voices of Change and Liberation) Coalition, coordinator for the Stop the Self-Genocide Campaign, Co-Producer and Co-Host of the All politics Are Local radio - America’s #1 Political Hip Hop Radio Show.

Bashir Akinyele Bio

Bashir Akinyele was born in Newark.  He grew up in predominately Afrikan American communities of Newark and East Orange, NJ.  He graduated from Newark Tech and went on to matriculate to Essex County College (E.C.C) on a track scholarship.  His first year and a half at E.C.C, he struggled academically.  He could run very fast, but he had no serious interest in college.  He figured to himself that after his scholarship runs out, he would leave school and join the US Marines.  Two things happened in his life that would forever change his life and propel him to become a straight “A” student, graduate from E.C.C, graduate from Seton Hall University with honors, study at Columbia University’s Graduate school, become a 23 year educator,  and 28 year  community activist!  He met two brothers. One brother named Dr. Lenworth Gunther, a history professor at E.C.C and another brother named Edward Haleem Riley, a student at E.C.C and member of the Nation of Islam.  Both of these brothers were able to prick his consciousness, inspired him to become a teacher, and committed community activist in the Afrikan American community and in the human community.  

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ChangeMakers Radio Show

The Change Makers Radio Show has been making waves since it aired in October of 2015. Each week it features politicians, entertainers, filmmakers, and entrepreneurs alike along with other very notable guests. The co-hosts Royston Allman, Rebecca Saint Louis, and Eric Perryman
bring a combined twenty years of experience in broadcasting. Every Saturday you can hear them engaging in enlightening discussions with news-makers from across the country and abroad about the issues of the day.


It airs every Saturday from 10am-11am EST on 107.9 FM. In Studio Call In Lines: (973) 672- 1271 & (973) 677- 3753. You can also tune in online for Facebook Live on the The Changemakers Show Page,  www.rth2000.com or via phone at (712) 832-2637

 

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