Archive for December, 2011

To use the words of Hannibal Tabu, Sunday Morning Live is on Winter Hiatus.  Expect our return Sunday, Jan 8, 2012.  Be safe, enjoy your families and share your ideas, angles and rants with us at  In the meanwhile, we have 55 show you may have missed so feel free to fire one up!  (A show, that is!) Click here:


Isidra Person-Lynn


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Sunday Morning Live welcomes Eloise Laws!

Paulette Ivory in Fela!!!

Victor Miller, of Farmer's Insurance will critique your job interview

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Darlene Donloe’s Entertainment report is double barreled!  It includes special guest interviews with Eloise Laws and Fela co-star Paulette Ivory! Paulette plays Sandra Iszadaore who was a huge influence on Fela. Then, Dr. Kwaku will air a clip of his interview with the late Fela and the very much alive Sandra Iszadore.

ABOUT THAT JOB:  We are looking for job seekers to see just how they measure up for the almighty job interview.  What you should NEVER say in a job interview!

Victor Miller, Entrepreneur and Executive at Farmer’s Insurance  will give you  a test run, on and off the air.  Call (619) 996-1674 to find out how you are doing!

Also, we will attempt our first international call.  Wait for it…!

Tune in Sunday at 10 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 18, 2011


How to Handle a Bad Interviewer

Fela being interviewed by Kwaku Person-Lynn

Fela is at the Ahmanson Theater:

No Show Next Week.  Merry Christmas!! Happy Kwanzaa and Happy New Year!

SML54: State of Emergency: Tackling the Issue of Black Men's Health

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Is the health of Black Men in the State of Emergency?  Angela De Joseph is discovering just what that means in her film by the title of  “State of Emergency:Tackling Black Men’s Health.” Lena Cole Dennis is the guest interviewer.  Also Darlene Donloe has a lot to talk about in tomorrow’s Entertainment report and so does Hannibal Tabu in It’s Komplicated–his Tech and Pop segment. Finally, Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn shares a Candid Moment — an excerpt of an interview he did with Violet Palmer, the only woman referee in the NBA about how she got her start.Tune in!

Violet Palmer, the only woman referee in the NBA

Angela De Joseph,

Violet Palmer, Standing her ground:

Love and Basketball excerpt played after Dr. Kwaku’s interview with Violet Palmer.

More About Violet Palmer:

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Violet Palmer (born July 20, 1964 in Lynwood, California) is an NBA and WNBA basketball referee who toppled gender barriers to become the first female official to reach the highest competitive tier in a major U.S. professional sport. She also earned recognition as a member of two NCAA Division II women’s championship basketball teams. Palmer was the first woman to officiate an NBA playoff game when she did so in the April 25, 2006 match between the Indiana Pacers and New Jersey Nets. In the NBA, Palmer wears uniform number 12.


A native of Compton, California, Palmer grew up in the same neighborhood where Serena and Venus Williams lived as small children. She attended college at Cal Poly Pomona, where she played point guard on the 1985 and 1986 NCAA Division II women’s championship teams.

In 2001, Palmer established Violet Palmer’s Official Camp to train youths in the art of refereeing. The camp runs annually from July 9 to July 11.

In 2009, Palmer was part of a family team on the game show Family Feud.

Referee career

Palmer has officiated hundreds of NBA games, as well as others in the WNBA.


Description above from the Wikipedia article Violet Palmer, licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here. Community Pages are not affiliated with, or endorsed by, anyone associated with the topic.
Darlene Donloe’s links:
Unnsung:  Jan 2 Vesta Williams

Cassandra Freeman, co-star of Kinyarwanda

Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn, speaks about DUIs

Kali Akuno, US Human Rights Networks

DUI: Drinking, Driving and the Law, Atty. Jaaye Person-Lynn

Donloe’s Low Down:  Guest Cassandra Freeman, Kinyarwanda

Tech & Pop: It’s Komplicated, Hannibal Tabu

Candid Moments:  History with Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn–Dr. Charles Copher, Biblical Scholar

Isidra Person-Lynn interviews Kali Akuno, U.S. Humn Rights Network


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