Medgar Evers College Community Radio

Medgar Evers College Community Radio Medgar Evers College Radio is a radio station broadcasting over the airwaves of wmecradio.com and also on WNYE 91.5 on Sunday evenings from 6PM to 8PM.

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The Color Purple
12/19/2020

The Color Purple

On this day in 1985, The Color Purple was released in theaters.

Waking Up Black
12/16/2020

Waking Up Black

12/09/2020
JNoteMusic on Mixlr

Hey Everybody! Please check out this replay of Jazz on the Jnote Radio Show with Stephanie Jeannot, Featuring Professor Roman G. Mitchell. IT's happening tonight from 11 to 12. If you can, tune in at http://mixlr.com/jnotemusic

JAzz on the JNote: A Show about Jazz and its history and its present time.

The National R&B Music Society Inc.
11/30/2020

The National R&B Music Society Inc.

Remembering Chadwick Aaron Boseman on the day of his birth, actor. After studying directing at Howard University, he landed his first major role as a series regular on Persons Unknown. Boseman's breakthrough performance came as baseball player Jackie Robinson in the biographical film 42. He continued to portray historical figures, starring in Get on Up as singer James Brown and Marshall as Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. Boseman achieved international fame for playing superhero Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) from 2016 to 2019. He appeared in four MCU films, including an eponymous 2018 film that earned him an NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture and a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. As the first black actor to headline an MCU film, Boseman was also named to the 2018 Time 100. In 2020, he starred in Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods. His final film, Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, is scheduled to be released posthumously. R.I.P.

11/03/2020
08/30/2020

Tune in to hear Medgar Evers Community Radio take over the airwaves of WNYE 91.5FM, tonight Sunday, August 30, 2020
6PM Caribbean news
6:30PM Health info
7PM Writers on Writing
7:30PM Jazz on the JNote

07/26/2020

Tune in to hear Medgar Evers Community Radio take over the airwaves of WNYE 91.5FM, tonight Sunday, July 26, 2020
6PM Caribbean news
6:30PM Health info
7PM Writers on Writing
7:30PM Jazz on the JNote

07/18/2020

Tune in to hear Medgar Evers Community Radio take over the airwaves of WNYE 91.5FM, tonight Sunday, July 19, 2020
6PM Caribbean news
6:30PM Health info
7PM Writers on Writing
7:30PM Jazz on the JNote

Five years ago today, Sandra Bland died while in custody after she had been unlawfully stopped and arrested. Like too ma...
07/13/2020

Five years ago today, Sandra Bland died while in custody after she had been unlawfully stopped and arrested. Like too many other Black women, her life was cut short by state violence.

Today, we remember Sandra Bland as an outspoken change agent for social justice and equality. Saying her name is important because Black women and girls are also affected by police violence. #rememberingsandrabland #sandystillspeaks
#SayHerName

07/12/2020

Tune in to hear Medgar Evers Community Radio take over the airwaves of WNYE 91.5FM, tonight July 12, 2020 from 6PM to 8PM with

6PM Caribbean news
6:30PM Health info
7PM Writers on Writing
7:30PM Jazz on the JNote

Our own Dr. Brenda M. Greene will moderate a dynamic conversation between special guest Nikole Hannah-Jones and New York...
06/01/2020

Our own Dr. Brenda M. Greene will moderate a dynamic conversation between special guest Nikole Hannah-Jones and New York State Senator Zellnor Y. Myrie. Hannah-Jones is an award-winning reporter at The New York Times and is the creator of "The 1619 Project."

On Wednesday, June 3, 2020, go to the page of the State Senator and watch live from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm EST. Here is the link: www.Facebook.com/SenatorMyrie.

This free online event is presented by Senator Myrie and the Medgar Evers College Black History Month Committee.

If you have any questions, please contact us at [email protected]. Thank you!

Praying for  better days. God be with all those who have lost their jobs due to this pandemic.
04/15/2020
A Second Round of Coronavirus Layoffs Has Begun. Few Are Safe.

Praying for better days. God be with all those who have lost their jobs due to this pandemic.

People who thought their jobs were secure, including white-collar professionals, increasingly face unemployment as the pandemic causes economic pain across industries.

Tell me about yourself—how to answer this interview question
04/03/2020
Tell me about yourself—how to answer this interview question

Tell me about yourself—how to answer this interview question

This important job interview question has a way of making candidates blurt out their life stories. But that isn't what potential employers want to hear. We'll tell you exactly what to say instead.

50+ Writing Contests in 2020 with Awesome Cash Prizes
03/30/2020
50+ Writing Contests in 2020 with Awesome Cash Prizes

50+ Writing Contests in 2020 with Awesome Cash Prizes

Looking for legit writing contests with cash prizes? We've compiled the definitive list of 50+ writing competitions that are free or have small entry fees.

Personal Development during Coronavirus
03/23/2020
Personal Development during Coronavirus

Personal Development during Coronavirus

Watch this private presentation from Bishop T.D. Jakes at SUCCESS Live, and learn the power of strong emotional leadership in times of chaos. 

SUCCESS Magazine
03/17/2020
SUCCESS Magazine

SUCCESS Magazine

Whether by choice or by decree, you are probably doing your civic duty and self-isolating in your house. Here are some positive and productive things you can do that are better for you than binge watching TV the whole time.

03/12/2020
Wash your damn hands
03/02/2020
Wash your damn hands

Wash your damn hands

It’s a top defense against coronaviruses like Covid-19 — and you’re probably doing it wrong.

L'État fédéral des États-Unis restitue au Bureau national d’ethnologie plus de 400 œuvres archéologiques volées au peupl...
02/19/2020
L'État fédéral des États-Unis restitue au Bureau national d’ethnologie plus de 400 œuvres archéologiques volées au peuple haïtien

L'État fédéral des États-Unis restitue au Bureau national d’ethnologie plus de 400 œuvres archéologiques volées au peuple haïtien

Alors que d’autres peuples s’envoient des fleurs que ce soit par leur politique culturelle ou pour célébrer la Saint-Valentin, le combat doit continuer en Haïti.  Après le périple qui a amené la passation de ces œuvres archéologiques volées, le docteur national en archéologie  Joseph...

Black Surgeon Successfully Performs First Ever Transplant Surgery to Cure Deafness
02/12/2020
Black Surgeon Successfully Performs First Ever Transplant Surgery to Cure Deafness

Black Surgeon Successfully Performs First Ever Transplant Surgery to Cure Deafness

A pioneering surgical procedure using 3D-printed middle ear bones, developed by Professor Mashudu Tshifularo and his team at the University of Pretoria (UP) Faculty of Health in South Africa, may be the answer to conductive hearing loss, a middle ear problem caused by congenital birth defects, infec...

Become Friends With People Who Aren't Your Age
12/23/2019
Become Friends With People Who Aren't Your Age

Become Friends With People Who Aren't Your Age

"Become friends with people who aren't your age. Hang out with people whose first language isn't the same as yours. Get to know someone who doesn't come from your social class. This is how you see the world. This is how you grow."

This is from the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, a New York-based cultural institution dedicated to mak...
12/03/2019

This is from the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, a New York-based cultural institution dedicated to making classical culture and science available to the widest audience possible, especially children

Join us on Monday December 16 at Carnegie Hall for a celebration of the genius Beethoven on the occasion of the 250th birthday of this inspirational composer. The program includes his piano Concerto 3 and 5, and Ode to Joy, performed by a stellar group of internationally acclaimed artists, including pianist Tian Jiang and Maryam Raya, stars from the Metropolitan Opera, and the Beethoven Celebration Orchestra led by renowned Chinese conductor Jiang Jin Yin. Tickets are available at the Carnegie box office 212-247-7800. For more information call 917-740-9694 or email [email protected].

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About the Station

In 1972, using donated equipment from the Model Cities Program, Dr. Mary Umolu was awarded a grant to establish Medgar Evers College Radio, which began to broadcast over WNYE 91.5 FM reaching the tri-state area.

From that point on, Dr. Umolu dedicated her time and

unrelenting energy to transform the fledgling radio station into its current state as a successful communications vehicle for the students of the college, the Central Brooklyn Community, and beyond.

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This is from the Foundation for the Revival of Classical Culture, a New York-based cultural institution dedicated to making classical culture and science available to the widest audience possible, especially children😄😊 Join us on Monday December 16 at Carnegie Hall for a celebration of the genius Beethoven on the occasion of the 250th birthday of this inspirational composer. The program includes his piano Concerto 3 and 5, and Ode to Joy, performed by a stellar group of internationally acclaimed artists, including pianist Tian Jiang and Maryam Raya, stars from the Metropolitan Opera, and the Beethoven Celebration Orchestra led by renowned Chinese conductor Jiang Jin Yin. Tickets are available at the Carnegie box office 212-247-7800. For more information call 917-740-9694 or email [email protected].
https://www.carnegiehall.org/Calendar/2018/12/18/Celebrating-the-125th-Anniversary-of-Antonin-Dvoiak-0730PM?fbclid=IwAR3qFiIWdB9xRMYTlC44UN6LUwTEopoVwRo0jUHi3DQU444L35AzpKiJ6AQ Please advertise. The Foundation is offering school radio stations 2 free tickets to reviewers. Dec 18, Tuesday 7:30 pm, Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Avenue, NY NY 10019. Dvorak at Carnegie, 125th Anniversary. America is an Idea Not a Place.
Concert Dec 18 at Carnegie Hall, https://www.ffrcc.org/dvorak-concert -- Dvorak at Carnegie.... America is an Idea, not a Place!!! Why were New York and Boston racists so afraid of the collaboration between Czech composer Antonin Dvorak, and African American student Harry Burleigh??? Can you announce our concert on your station??
SKATE THAT TURKEY OFF.
What happened to Conzi Quest? He used to work at Mec radio a long time ago.
here's the poster for April 9 St Barts MLK commemoration, Monday 7 pm, 325 Park Ave http://ffrcc.org
Notice of event April 9, Monday, 7 pm... Dr Bernard Lafayette will speak at St. Bart's 325 Park Ave, NY 10022 event. From the Mountaintop, Concert Commemorating the Life of Dr Martin Luther King Jr. see www.ffrcc.org pls spread the word. Also, possible to interview Dr. Lafayette on non-violence and poltical organizing today. Tickets on sale, and also walk-ins with goodwill donation. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-the-mountaintop-commemorating-the-life-of-dr-martin-luther-king-tickets-43928752080?aff=es2