Soul Issue is the only show in the Great Lakes Bay Region devoted to issues involving the African American community. Hosted by Darold Newton, this news magazine provides the African American community the opportunity to discuss topical issues while promoting positive African-American role models, lifestyles, and relationships.Visit Soul Issue Website
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The Ezekiel Project, MLK Scholarship recipients recite "The Burning Truth in the South."
We talk to 'Raising Bertie' director Margaret Byrne and discuss the film.
Larry McCray, Vicki Hill, and Sherri Williams discuss their music.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder, Great Lakes Bay MLK Scholarship recipients.
2016 election roundtable, Black Lives Matter teach-in, Olympic boxer Claressa Shields.
A Flint water crisis discussion; the "Hateful Things" exhibit at Saginaw's Castle Museum.
The local Black Lives Matter movement; a salute to former host Linda Holoman.
Members of our local Muslim community discuss comments on Islam by national figures.
The former attorney general talks about progress on racial issues in the United States.
Students recite Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s letter from the Birmingham jail.
We discuss the presidential election with panelists Norman Braddock and Jimmy Greene.
Recently, Saginaw Valley State University held a Black Lives Matter teach-in for students.
We speak with Olympic gold medal-winning boxer, Claressa Shields.
An exhibit of racist memorabilia aims to start a conversation about our country's past.
Linda Holoman's December 2004 interview with author and poet Maya Angelou (1928-2014).
Anton J. Gunn answers questions about the Affordable Care Act.