Hosted by: Hennelly, David, Miles, Luciano, Fernandez

What’s Going On! 
WBAI’s new morning magazine 7am weekdays with news information, analysis, entertainment, listener calls and a revolving set of hosts:
Monday- Bob Hennelly
An award winning print and broadcast journalist. He is a staff reporter with the Chief-Leader, that has been covering unions since 1897. Bob is also a regular contributor for Salon where he writes about the economy and politics. Over the years he has done reporting for CBS's 60 Minutes, the New York Times, the Village Voice, the Christian Science Monitor, CBS MoneyWatch, National Public Radio, WNYC, and Pacifica. He is the author of his new book, just released and published by Democracy at Work: "Stuck Nation: Can the United States Change Course on Our History of Choosing Profits Over People?" available at www.democracyatwork.info/books
Tuesday- Frenchie Davis MPH
Health equity activist, educator, and all around fire-starter brings the hottest topics to the forefront. Frenchie works both nationally and internationally on bring you a world view in social ills and norms. We have all been intentionally miseducated on something, let’s talk new beginnings and refreshing perspectives. 
Wednesday- Rebecca Myles
Multimedia Senior News Producer, Journalist, and award-winning news reporter. She produces stories for RT America and often comments on events happening in USA for foreign news outlets. She also hosts “Sounds Like Work" on WBAI about working people at 7 pm Thursdays. She's a member of International Assoc. of Women and Television and a representative for the group at the United Nations. She's passionate about dance, and loves hiking and biking. 
Thursday- Felipe Luciano
Winner of two Emmy awards for best reporting in New York City,  former member of the Last Poets and co-founder/chairman of the Young Lords Party, Felipe Luciano is one of the most dynamic Latino public figures in the United States. His eloquence, vision, passion and activism around issues of social justice are extraordinary.
Friday- Johanna Fernandez 
Award winning author of The Young Lords: A Radical History, a history of the Puerto Rican counterpart of the Black Panther Party. She teaches 20th Century US history and the history of social movements in the Department of History at Baruch College (CUNY). Prof. Fernandez who had been been hosting WBAI’s morning show weekdays moves to one day a week because of her busy schedule. 
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