Week In Review


Talk Tuesdays: Dr. Kofi Sefa-Boakye, Medical Doctor and Certified OB/GYN

Weekly Political Report: Boko Haram–A New Threat on The Rise and its Hidden Secrets

ThrowBack Thursdays: The IRS, A New Face to Jim Crow

Weekly Spiritual Digest: The Testament of Mary, The Blessed Virgin (Mother’s Day Tribute)

Networking: Racism in Sports (Prince in The City Show)

Uncategorized: Happy Mother’s Day; The First Lady Speaks on #BringBackOurGirls

WHAT’S HAPPENING THIS WEEK….

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This week I’m back in the studio w/ UR Business Network to provide you current events, people, and discuss politics on my radio show, “Prince in The City.”

20140518-164243-60163751.jpgAnd as part of my radio show I have a special segment called “Talk Tuesdays”–where I sit down and talk with an interesting individual who is either a educator, entrepreneur, doctor, lawyer, or politician. On this special segment, I will be interviewing Jeff McCormick–independent candidate running for governor of Massachusetts. I will sit down with him and learn about his candidacy, and why he is qualified to be governor of Massachusetts.

If you have any questions that you would like Mr. McCormick to answer, send them to me via Twitter @princedjc and/or hashtag your questions as “#PrinceinTheCity.”–I will be sure to take them down.

Remember to keep your tweets appropriate!

Prince’s Daily Journal will be providing the following for this week:

Daily Newsfeed (Mon-Fri), Motivation Monday, Talk Tuesdays, Weekly Political Tweet or Report, Throwback Thursdays & A Weekly Spiritual Digest.

 

 

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