New programming started at WSNC-FM

New programming started at WSNC-FM
June 16
07:30 2016


A new locally produced program focused on African issues and those of the African diaspora worldwide began Wednesday, June 1, on WSNC-FM 90.5 at 7 p.m. “Africa World Now Project” is an hour-long program exploring and connecting the continent. It  is the latest locally produced program offered exclusively by WSNC-FM, the public radio station licensed to Winston-Salem State University. The show will replace “The  People’s Pharmacy.”

“What Africa World Now Project brings is a direct and clear intent to explore all of the Africa world,” said James Pope, a liberal studies assistant professor at Winston-Salem State University and the show’s producer.  “It seeks to understand the global connectivity of local and national issues that face Africa and African descent communities wherever they are found in the world.”

For more information, contact Elvin Jenkins at 336-750-2324 or email him at

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