Media Personality Sharon Gordon Speaks To Black Star News Show

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Sisters and Brothers, please tune in today, March 29, at 3:00 PM, to the Black Star News Show on WBAI 99.5 FM New York and as we wrap-up Women's History Month by interviewing an celebrating a phenomenal Black Woman: the multi-talented Caribbean-American businesswoman, radio personality, music promoter, publicist and writer Sharon Gordon.

Update listen to today's show here.

Black Star News Show Host Milton Allimadi and Co-Host Colin Benjamin will speak with Gordon about her career achievements as a radio broadcaster on the following shows: 'Gil Bailey Show', 'Food For Thought', 'Ecstasy Ride', 'The Midnight Ravers' and her reporting for the BBC, to name a few.

Gordon is also the founder of The Coalition to Preserve Reggae Music, TSO Productions, along with the magazine Kuji. Gordon's writings have been published in: DUB MISSIVE, Everybody’s, ROOTZ, VIBE and UNTOLD (UK) magazines, The Jamaican Weekly Gleaner, The Jamaican Weekly Star newspaper, Caribbean Life, and Caribbean Times newspapers.

As a music promoter, producer, road manager, M.C. and publicist, Gordon has been involved with artists and bands such as: Third World, Luciano, Morgan Heritage, Beres Hammond, Beenie Man, Buju Banton, Anthony B, and Sizzla among others. Gordon has also been the host of the distinguished Women of Great Esteem annual awards ceremony. 

Please join us as we engage in conversation with this exceptional Black woman and celebrate Women's History Month. Listeners can call in at 212-209-2877 to ask guest Sharon Gordon questions.

Update: Listen to today's show here.

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