Our premeire broadcast featured guest and Rwandan genocide survivor Marie Mukamabano. She shared her very poignant and heroic story of survival.
World Money Gallery Co-owner Ness came to talk about why he thought it was important to host the Town Hall on Gentrification. Renowned artist Steve Coyle shared his experiences living around the world and the ways in which he saw gentrification affect different global cities.
In last months broadcast of Radio 1 World Fest Global we presented Special Guests Ness- Co-Owner of World Money Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and World Renowned Artist Steven Cogle. They shared their unique global and local perspectives on Gentrification, a hot button issue that we will be tackling in our upcoming town hall.
"Radio1WorldFestGlobal" will provide a forum for the "1WorldFest.Global" team and the Global diaspora community stakeholders to address relevant issues that affect us on a global and local level.
The show will debut Sunday, May 28th, 2017 from 12p-1pm. EST
Hosted by "1WorldFest.Global" team members Lisa Ray, Ru-el Burford, Nifateriah Jones and Kamell Ellis, our first guest will be Marie Claudine Mukamabano- CEO and Founder of The Kuki Ndiho Foundation and WhyDoIExist,org.
Herself being a Survivor of the a Rwandan Genocide, she has founded an organization whose Mission is to Heal & Empower Rwandan Orphans.
Watch as we are live streamed at UStream.TV/Channel/DTFRadio.com
You can also catch us live on the TUNEIN Radio App on DTF Radio.
Or call into the show directly on (347) 721-3161