Broadway Joe Talk Show | September 19, 2019

September 19, 2019

– Guests: Rosalyn Scruggs, Event Chair; Thelma Shorter, Jackie Moore, both Members of the Friends of Education Committee; and  Michele Lunnie, 2019 Arkansas Baptist College Graduation and Employee | Women’s Auxiliary of Union District Baptist Association presents “A Showcase of Talent” Fundraiser, Saturday, September 28th at 11am in the Family Life Center of Greater Center Star Baptist Church, 800 West 33rd Street in Little Rock.  The fundraiser will feature talent form Arkansas Baptist College with proceeds to benefit the college.  Tickets will be available at the door.  For more information, call 501-374-6230.

– Guests: Akissi Brooks-Hill, Founder & CEO of Ambitious Girls, Inc.; Shanteria Davis, Dabriel Sanders, Jamille Whale, and Kiara Brooks, Ambitious Girls Ambassadors |   Ambitious Girls, Inc. presents the 11th Annual Ambitious Girls Arena ConferenceSaturday, September 28th from 10am-4pm UA Pulaski Tech, 3000 West Scenic Drive, North Little Rock.  Girls in the 7th-12th grades will have the opportunity to be empowered, educated, and motivated to G.R.O.W. “Get Ready to Lead Our World!”  This FREE event will include food, t-shirts, workshops, prizes and more.  This year, a complimentary self-care session for mothers called “Creating the MAGIC” will take place during the Conference.  MAGIC stands fore “Mothering Ambitious Girls in Confidence.”  Mothers will need to reserve their spot.  To learn more or reserve your spot, call 501-358-7074 or visit or like Ambitious Girls Inc on Facebook.

– Guests: Christina Shutt, Executive Director of Mosaic Templars Cultural Center; and Dr. David Pilgrim, Founder and Director of the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia | Mosaic Templars Cultural Center hosts a free opening reception for the “Hateful Things” Exhibit, Thursday, September 19th at 5:30pm with featured speaker Dr. David Pilgrim,  Founder and Director of the Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia.  Dr. Pilgrim is one of the Country’s leading experts on issues relating to diversity and race relations. MTCC chose to host the exhibit in effort to help people understand how racist objects helped create a cultural of fear and hatred that has ultimately led to tragic events, and to start deeper conversations about improving race relations. For more information, visit or call 501-683-3593.