WBAI Radio’s Black Star News Show Interviews Jamaal Bowman, Sharlene Chisolm

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BSN: This week's guests are: newly-elected presumptive Congressman Jamaal Bowman and registered nurse practitioner Sharlene Chisolm.
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"BLACK STAR NEWS SHOW" ON WBAI NEW YORK 99.5 FM Radio also streaming on www wbai.org will interview Jamaal Bowman and Sharlene Chisolm.

Tune in Tuesday, July 14 @ 3 PM U.S. Eastern Standard Time as host Milton Allimadi is joined in the first half-hour by educator Jamaal Bowman the newly-elected presumptive Congressman representing New York's 16th District. Bowman defeated Rep. Eliot Engel who has been in Congress since 1989.

Bowman discusses his victory, Police Violence, Mass Incarceration, Black Economic Empowerment, Reparations, and How to fix the Education and Healthcare systems.

During the second half-hour, Allimadi is joined by Sharlene Chisolm--who is one of the many brave New York City registered nurse practitioners--who discusses what it means to be on the Frontlines in the battle against the Coronavirus Pandemic.

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