Chicago's Black Business RADIO Network (CBBRN)
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Are you ready to experience the voices and stories that shape the heartbeat of Chicago's vibrant black business community? Welcome the Chicago's Black Business RADIO Network (CBBRN), where inspiration, insight, and empowerment collide!
Imagine sitting down with legends and luminaries, hearing their perspectives, and getting up close and personal with history-makers. At CBBRN, we've had the privilege of hosting some extraordinary guests, and their stories have left an indelible mark.
Reverend Wheeler Parker, a cousin of Emmett Till, has shared his powerful reflections. The original Tuskegee Airman's experiences have taken flight through our airwaves. Actor and Producer Charles S. Dutton.
Ms. Chantay Bridges (who worked in real estate for President Clinton), and Turtel Onli (the visionary behind the Black Age of Comics) have all joined us to share their wisdom.
And let's not forget the iconic Ms. Khalilah Camacho Ali, former wife of the legendary Muhammad Ali, who has graced our waves to share her unique journey.
But we're not stopping there.
We want to hear from YOU! Chicago's Black Business Radio Network is a global platform that's revolutionizing connections. Our interviews showcase premier business owners, authors, poets, politicians, and visionaries – the very people who make Chicago the greatest city in the world.
Our broadcasts are a living tribute to the spirit of Mayor Harold Washington, resonating with the essence of his legacy and the tireless energy of his supporters.
So why wait? Join us today and be part of the movement that's transcending boundaries, touching hearts, and changing lives worldwide. Chicago's Black Business Radio Network – Where the city's pulse finds its voice, and where YOU become part of the story. Tune in, engage, and let's touch the world together!
Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Producer
Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network (CBBRN)
"Changing the way that Chicago communicates with the world."