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Please donate to our mission, which is to extend the reach of Faith-based, Youth, Seniors and Workers communities through radio and various media,
by providing technical and non-technical training. We will help these groups enhance their skills and find internships. Help us to continue Educating,
Promoting & Training for Diversity, Inclusion & Equality in Media & Community. Please donate.

Public broadcasting includes radio, television and other electronic media outlets whose primary mission is public service. In much of the world, funding comes from the government, especially via annual fees charged on receivers. In the United States, public broadcasters may receive some funding from both federal and state sources, but generally most financial support comes from underwriting by foundations and businesses ranging from small shops to corporations, along with audience contributions via pledge drives. The great majority are operated as private not-for-profit corporations.

We work with micro-businesses and not-for-profits that are financially challenged to communicate to the public vital information pertaining to Diversity, Inclusion & Equality issues. We have subsidized special training in radio hosting, podcast production (audio & video), newspaper production and communications, legal empowerment, investigative journalism and special programs for seniors and youths in media training.

One of the principles of public broadcasting is to provide coverage of interests for which there are missing or small markets. Public broadcasting attempts to supply topics of social benefit that are otherwise not provided by commercial broadcasters. Typically, such underprovision is argued to exist when the benefits to viewers are relatively high in comparison to the benefits to advertisers from contacting viewers. This frequently is the case in undeveloped communities that normally have low benefits to advertising.


Please donate to our mission, which is to extend the reach of Faith-based, Youth, Seniors and Workers communities through radio and various media, by providing technical and non-technical training. We will help these groups enhance their skills and find internships. Through our experiences, we have identified some important issues that are of growing concern. Please donate to help us with the issues listed below: 

1. Affordable Housing & Housing Discrimination

2. Mental Health, Diabetes, Breast Cancer, Smoking & Vaping in Teens

3. Safer Communities 

4. Employment Discrimination

5. Stop & Frisk

6. Foreclosure & Predator Issues

7. Jobs & Livable Wages

8. Immigration Issues, both Federal & State 

9. Domestic Violence

10. Climate Change Concerns

We have teamed with the New American Chamber of Commerce, the African American International Chamber of Commerce, the Hispanic American International Chamber of Commerce, Caribbean American Weekly and Workers’ World Today publications, the Law Firm of Figeroux & Associates, Unions and various Faith-based & Community-based Non Profit. Organizations. And, we need your help, please DONATE.

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