The Crisis Magazine, the official publication of the NAACP, has a new national radio talk show, “The Crisis Today”. It airs each Tuesday from 1p to 2p ET, from WTHE 1520 AM in New York,and can be heard online at www.wthe1520am.com.
The host is the president and publisher of The Crisis Magazine, retired New York Justice Laura D. Blackburne. “The Crisis Today” addresses issues that affect the national black community in areas such as politics, health, finance, education, entertainment, relationships, the law, etc.
“The Crisis Today” began airing on February 12, 2013,and recent guests include Benjamin Todd Jealous, president and CEO of the NAACP, Roslyn Brock, chairman of the NAACP Board of Directors, Gil Kerlikowske, President Obama’s “Drug Czar”. March 19th guest will be Benjamin Crump, family attorney for Sanford, Florida murder victim Trayvon Martin. This is the first radio show produced by an entity of the NAACP in its 104 year history.