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THE CHAVIS CHRONICLES

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Sunday, June 23rd

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Phylicia Rashad

Dr. Chavis interviews actress, singer, educator, and philanthropist Phylicia Rashad about her cherished upbringing with talented family in Houston, Texas, her iconic role as "America's Mom" in the Cosby Show, her return to Howard University, and the critical importance of the arts and Black history in K-12 public education.

Sunday, June 30th

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Runtime: 00:25:45
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Monie Love

Dr. Chavis talks to trailblazing Hip Hop MC Monie Love on the 50th Anniversary of Hip Hop about her emergence in the industry in the United Kingdom and New York City, her pioneering career and the state of women in Hip Hop today.

Sunday, July 7th

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Runtime: 00:27:22
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Marc Morial

Dr. Chavis interviews former mayor of New Orleans and president and CEO of the National Urban League Marc Morial about his political upbringing, esteemed career in public service, and the critical importance of home ownership to decrease the racial wealth gap in America.

Sunday, July 14th

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Runtime: 00:26:00
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Andrew Young

Dr. Chavis interviews civil rights icon, diplomat, and former mayor of Atlanta, Andrew Young, one of the last surviving members of Martin Luther King Jr.'s inner circle. Young discusses his journey as one of the leaders of the movement, his historic relationship as a confident of Dr. King, his role as ambassador to the United Nations and mayorship in Atlanta.

Sunday, July 21st

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Runtime: 00:26:01
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Sonia Pruitt

Dr. Chavis interviews professor of criminal justice and retired police captain of Montgomery County in the state of Maryland Sonia Y. Wiggins Pruitt. Pruitt discusses her career in public service, her current role in academia, and the importance of community policing in the Black community.

Sunday, July 28th

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Runtime: 00:25:48
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Nicole Elam

Dr. Chavis interviews the president and CEO of the National Bankers Association Nicole Elam. Elam discusses her upbringing at the NAACP, accomplished career in the financial industry, the impact of redlining, the history of Black-owned banks and why these banks are often the only source for reasonable, fair, and non-predatory lending for African Americans in the U.S.