*This weekend Café Mocha gets serious with the focus on Ferguson and how we move forward.
Howard University student Mya White tells her story of survival after being shot in the head at a peaceful protest.
Global Grind reporter, Christina Coleman, gives us a woman’s perspective from on the ground in Ferguson.
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More about Café Mocha Radio Show:
The brainchild of award-winning media veteran Sheila Eldridge was created by and for Women of Color and syndicated by Superadio Networks. The show airs weekends in top markets that include New York City, Chicago, Washington, DC, Boston, Atlanta and Las Vegas to name a few; co-hosted by two-time Grammy-nominated hip-hop artist MC Lyte, actress/comedienne Loni Love (E! Entertainment’s “Chelsea Lately”), broadcast veteran Angelique Perrin and actress Nicole Ari Parker. This high-energy, two-hour show features the latest in urban music, lively chats from an unabashedly women’s perspective, no-holds barred advice and exclusive interviews with top performers, celebrities, politicians and civic leaders. Café Mocha is the only national show that speaks directly to African American women, ages 18 to 49, who represent a combined buying power of more than $1.2 trillion