Posts tagged WSH Radio
SURRENDER TO THE AIR

It sucks that Professor Morrison’s passing was the spark I needed to write for myself again, but I’d be a hypocrite considering her a role model and mentor while continuing to be so passive about my truest passion. I know I’m a damn good writer, because I wouldn’t have launched this project if I didn’t. That’s partially why I chose that picture of Professor Morrison for the August homepage. It’s definitely eerie but in the best possible way, like she’s staring directly into my soul, demanding I snatch control of my destiny. I can’t be a writer if I, er, don’t write. The plainest truths are often redundant that way.

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A Quick NBA Finals Rant + Albums of the Decade, Pt. I with Rhyanna Morgan (Ep. 21)

Lead creative Larry J. Sanders quickly runs through the Warriors-Raptors NBA Finals matchup through the first five games before introducing the WSH Radio Albums of the Decade project and jumping into Part One of the series with WSH entertainment critic Rhyanna Morgan.

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ChinaMan Himself | WSH Radio (Ep. 16)

Fresh off hiatus (and another relocation), project curator Larry J. Sanders welcomes rapper-producer ChinaManHimself to the new WSH Radio studio to discuss the patience required when launching a business (8:40), struggles transitioning into adulthood (21:05), the current strategy of Kanye West (28:45), the good and bad of social media (37:00), our perspective on work vs. older generations (45:35), and Kanye one more time to close (50:35).

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WHATSUITSHER Radio (feat. Leah Hill & Jamilah Jackson) | WSH Radio (Ep. 15)

Originally recorded July 23, Kindred Media's Leah Hill & The Nomadic Blogger Jamilah Jackson join project curator Larry J. Sanders for a takeover of WSH Radio. The three discuss this year's National Association of Black Journalists Convention & Career Fair in Detroit (5:45), the continued planning of the Kindred Music & Culture Festival (12:25), our favorite Detroit childhood memories (25:00), launching Kindred Media (29:00), social media and other burgeoning forms of millennial journalism (40:40), and stray World Cup thoughts (47:50).

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