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Peace advocates from around the world gathered for the HWPL 2018 Global Peace Summit in Seoul, South Korea and received a copy of ON AIR Magazine honoring HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee and Chicago peace activists in the Arts, Business, Law, Medicine, Prison Ministry, Veterans Affairs, Community Activism, Education and the Media.
International Businessman Min. Akbar Muhammad, headquartered in Ghana, West Afriica, discusses the state of affairs of the family and commuity during the 20th anniversary of the Million Man March and receives a copy of our book "The Female Solution" which presents a vision for the future in reconnecting families and rebuilding communities.
Music producer, songwriter and gospel singer Darius Brooks is featured in this edition of ON AIR Magazine, which highlights the election of Chicago's first African Amercian female Mayor, Lori Lightfoot. She attended this 2019 International PUSH Convention in which candidates for the Presidency of the United States addressed the audience.
A Special Edition of ON AIR Magazine featuring the sports photography of ON AIR Magazine Publisher John L. Alexander, a 2019 Chicago Defender 50 Men of Excellence Award recipient, was distributed at the Awards Ceremony to recipients and supporters in celebration of all the awardees and their success.
Actor and Activist Danny Glover speaks at a special event at DuSable Museum of African American History hosted by Betty Shabazz International Charter School and receives a copy of our book "Slavery: The African American Psychic Trauma.
John L. Alexander, Publisher and Naimah Latif, Editor-In-Chief, distribute copies of this International Edition of ON AIR Magazine at the HWPL Commemoration and Awards Ceremony held at the top of the Willis Tower. The MC for the event was former CBS news anchor John Davis.
Secretary of State Jesse White mingles with the audience at this special event, sharing his views on good government as he receives a copy of The Female Solution.
Award winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph offers her book DIVA and receives a copy of the book The Female Solution during a presentation at the University of Chicago.
While attending a leadership meeting in Chicago, Educator, Author and Lecturer Dr. Cornell West takes a moment to receive an innovative perspective.
Elected Cook County's first African American Female State's Attorney, Kim Foxx mingles with powerful women leaders and activists at the Rainbow/ PUSH International Women's Luncheon held at th Sheraton Hotel in Chicago.
HWPL Chicago Chapter Director Shinsook Kim presents Naimah Latif with the Certificate of Appointment as Head of the HWPL Peace Advocacy Committee for the Implementation of the International Law for the Cessation of War and Achievement of World Peace.
Cook County Clerk Dorothy Brown chairs a special women's organizing meeting at Rainbow/PUSH, where women leaders in business, education, social activism and government prepare to host the annual Rainbow/PUSH International Women's Luncheon during the PUSH Convention.
Media professionals Naimah Latif and John Alexander are presented with the "A Chance For For Life Vanguard Award" from the youth mentoring and advocacy organization "Books Over Balls."
Journalist Maudlyn Ihejirika, Media personality Devorah Crable and Radio/TV producer Naimah Latif are among the 14 honorees at the Big 10 Black Alumni BANboree Alumni of The Year Awards held at Chicago's McCormick Place.
Radio/TV producer Naimah Latif and TV talk show host Audrey Kenner receive special awards from the global peace organization HWPL for using their media platforms to serve the cause of peace.
Renowned Commedian, Activist and Health Advocate Dick Gregory visited Chicago to perform in Hyde Park. He provided his historic autobiography and received a copy of The Female Solution.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel hosted an Iftar, the fast breaking dinner during Ramadan, with the Chicago Muslim community at the downtown Cultural Center.
Religious leaders attending the 2018 commemoration of the World Alliance of Religions for Peace (WARP) Summit meeting in South Korea received the International edition of ON AIR Magazine.
The Chicago Chapter of the International League of Muslim Women Voters present the "Trailblazer Award" to Naimah Latif for being a forerunner in the field of mass media and communications.
Dr. Obari Cartman, author of "Lady's Man," shares ideas on relationships with Naimah Latif , author of "The Female Solution."
Educator, Political Activist and Female Solution Talk Show Host Mamadee Love presents a Certificate of Appreciation for being part of the Divinity Day Celebration of 400 years of the American experience.
WGN TV news anchor Robert Jordan and other notable personalites came to the Rainbow PUSH Headquarters on Thanksgiving Day to volunteer to feed homeless veterans and needy families.
West Side government officials LaShawn Ford and Danny K. Davis host a holiday gathering of election day volunteers.
As part of her efforts to get to know all constituents, Illinois Comptroller Susana Mendoza visits a mosque in downtown Chicago during Friday prayer service.
While in Chicago promoting her book "Growing up X" Ilyasah Shabazz shared her unique childhood experiences during a special guest appearance on The Female Solution Global Radio/TV Show.
Star of "Living Single" actress Erica Alexander is also an activist and attended the Reparations mass meeting in Evanston, Illinois where actor and activist Danny Glover was the featured speaker.
Chicago's Life Center Church Pastor T.L. Barrett, Jr. receives an autographed book.
Chicago City Treasurer Melissa Conyears-Ervin celebrates her victory in being elected as the first African American female Treasurer of the City of Chicago.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot travels throughout the city speaking to and listening to a diverse ethnic population, sharing her vision of the possibilities that can happen if people work together to manifest significant improvements during these challenging times.
Re-elected to yet another term in office, long time Illinois Senator Dick Durbin greets the public and members of the media at an election night celebration.
Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Sr. takes a group of PUSH volunteers out to lunch after a vigorous day of meeting, marching and making decisions on public policies.
Discussing local and national policies with Congressman Jesus Chuy Garcia and other elected officials who attended the Rainbow PUSH Saturday Morning Foum.
During a birthday celebration at the Rainbow PUSH National Headquarters, Congressman Rush expressed gratitude to the supporters of his continued work.
Participants and VIP guests from around the world get acquainted as they prepare to be escorted to the HWPL Global Peace Summit opening ceremonies at the Olympic stadium in Seoul.
Thousands gathered in Washington DC for the 20 year anniversary of the 1995 Million Man March. The voice of Sheikh Ahmed Tijani Ben Omar was a familiar sound in leading the Muslim prayers.
Strategy session with leaders from many nations were held throughout the peace summit meeting Seoul, where delegates shared information and learned of peace efforts in the U.S. from ON AIR Magazine.
Hundreds of delegates to the annual global peace conference listen to a spirited address by HWPL Chairman Man Hee Lee of South Korea. His address was streamed live while being simultaneously translated into many languages.
Religious, business and civic leaders rom many African nations attended the opening ceremonies at Seoul's Olympic Stadium in the presence of a crowd of 250,000 people from Africa, Asia, Europe, North and South America and Australia.
Human Rights Activists participated in the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March which included presentations from indigenous Native representatives, peace activists, women's rights activists, and environmental activists.
In this interview with radio talk show host Marc Sims, we take a look at the goal of transforming thought by presenting new ideas and giving people a vision of hope and an expectation of a better world that they themselves have the power to create, if they only believe it is possible.