Imhotep Gary Byrd Keynote Speaker At "Saying It Loud, Understanding the historical legacy of Black Radio" Moderated By Bob Law

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Imhotep Gary Byrd

[Black History Month]


The Mens Ministry of Historic First Church of God in Christ. Black History Month Event. Imhotep Gary Byrd, Saying It Loud In Brooklyn.

Understanding the important legacy of Black radio. The Central Brooklyn Leadership Council & The Mens Ministry of Brooklynʼs First Church of God in Christ, presents an important Black History Month Public Forum.

The forum which is entitled:" Saying It Loud, Understanding the historical legacy of Black Radio," brings premiere radio personality Imhotep Gary Byrd to Brooklyn as the keynote speaker, Byrd a radio legend in his own right, will address the historical power and significance of Black radio in New York City and around the country.

This important forum takes place at a time when Black radio stations throughout the country are disappearing at an alarming rate. Joining Byrd as host and moderator for the event is radio personality Bob Law.

The forum takes place Wednesday, February 12, at 7PM at Historic First Church of God in Christ, 221 Kingston Avenue. Brooklyn New York.



Bishop Joseph D. Clemmons, Sr. is the pastor.Admission is free. For information (718) 774-0960

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