Community

Every Friday Inside Middays With Persia we showcase an organization and or person making a difference in the community with their power moves! This week we’re showing all the power from the Shelley’s Helping Hands who is always out in the community lending a helping hand to the homeless by providing meals every week as […]

Every Friday Inside Middays With Persia we showcase an organization and or person making a difference in the community with their power moves! This week we’re showing all the power from the Never Inc non-profit organization who provides light meals, toiletries, bedding, clothing and personal protective equipment daily for the homeless and low income families […]

This is seriously a sad thing to watch. At first it seems kind of funny but then if you think deep on how drugs are affecting our community its sad. We honestly need a change. Some of the language in this video may be offensive to some viewers. Please watch with caution. ALSO TRENDING:  Cop […]

Instead of things being peaceful and the Hip Hop community coming together, there seems to be some shots being fired from the West Coast all the way down to the A. We’ve seen The Game doing a lot of community activism lately from feeding families to helping to bring a Peace Treaty among the gangs […]

Earlier this year – we asked you to nominate a cancer survivor who’s story inspires you and others.  Meet our winner,  Mrs. Vanessa. Her neighbor nominated her, saying: “Mrs. Vanessa is fighting the battle with Colon & Liver cancer. She had surgery August 2014 and many chemo treatments. She’s the strongest cancer survivor I know […]

She’s beautiful inside too and she takes care of her people. Shout out to Necolebitchie.com for this inside look into Rihanna’s Clara Lionel Foundation. The foundation is named after her grand parents and is currently helping many Bajan folks out and specifically is helping cancer patients. In memory of her late Gran-gran, who had a […]

We are celebrating Black History this month and today, I am honoring a woman who is not from Baltimore but from another urban city and has encountered many obstacles and challenges that many of our women today face. I AM BALTIMORE BLACK HISTORY Dr. Elaine Richardson (or Dr. “E”) is the voice for women of […]

Although I didn’t grow up in Baltimore, I have grown to appreciate the traditions and the legacies that make up this great city. From the skyline to the people, Baltimore is enriched with culture, charm ( in some places) and history. One Baltimore legacy in particular that I’ve grown to respect is Baltimore’s Mother Theresa, Bea […]

HUGE THANKS to Radio One Baltimore listeners for supporting the 2014 Toy Drive! Check out April Watts ( Magic 95.9 Watts-n-Watts), Konan and I wrapping up the importance of the toy drive to the community, first responders and of course our listeners live on ABC2.

I have friends and family who decided to jump on the MARC train and head to Washington, DC to protest against the recent police killings that resulted from the tragedies of Ferguson, New York City and many urban cities. Protesters screaming “I Can’t Breathe” filter the streets of Freedom Plaza and of course the cameras […]

I’m always up for a challenge, but this particular challenge was one that I wouldn’t want to do again for a while because I’m still thawing out! All jokes aside, it was my pleasure to represent Team Ki Ki for the Great Thanksgiving Food Drive Challenge. I’m glad we all were asked to accept the […]

92Q hosted a Q&A segment this past Sunday for another successful #NowWhatBmore initiative. This time, the subject was on the issue of Domestic Violence. Recognizing October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, 92Q teamed up with Transforming Lives Through Theater and Radience Pittman who performed a one woman show at the Enoch Pratt Central Library. The […]