This week’s episode gives focus to the Alabama Senate election and why Roy Moore needs to have several seats. Rev. Adam Mixon joins Eva in candid discussion on the detrimental impact caused by candidates like Moore. In the last segment, Mrs. Irene Johnson peels back the layers of what’s happening at Southtown. Southtown is a public housing community in Birmingham slated to be redeveloped without considering those impacted most: the current residents.
This week, Tight turns into "Tight Flair" in support of ESPN's new 30 for 30 on wrestling legend, Ric Flair. Coach prepares his team for Round 1 of the high school playoffs. And the college football season is in the home stretch as teams fight for bowl positions and spots in the college football playoff.
Since 2003, November has been recognized as Men's Health Awareness Month. During this time, millions participate in projects focusing on issues like prostate cancer, testicular cancer, poor mental health and physical inactivity. In acknowledgement of this movement, today's guest, Walt Gordy III reflects on how his experience with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma, an aggressive cancer of the body's immune system, changed his life forever.
This week we sit down with the newly elected mayor of Birmingham, AL, Randall Woodfin. After a massive and progressive grass-roots campaign, Randall's win on October 3rd, made him the 34th mayor of Birmingham, the youngest to hold the office since 1893. In this episode, Randall recaps his campaign strategy, gives an overview of his focus for the first 100 days, and describes what it is like to have the support of notables like Jeff Johnson, Bakari Sellers, Bernie Sanders, and Hillary Clinton.
At age 29, Tiffany Brown was diagnosed with breast cancer, but today she is using her testimony to educate and encourage others who might be dealing with the disease. Coming from a family history of breast cancer, Tiffany explains how a genetic test saved her life. Survivor since 2014.