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Urban One Set to Host ''We Are One'' Virtual Town Hall


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Urban One has announced the presentation of a virtual town hall to discuss the current political and racial climate plaguing the African American community entitled, "We Are One: More Than A Hashtag," on Thursday, June 4 at 8pm ET. The one-hour virtual town hall will stream live on the digital platforms across the Urban One brands Radio One, Reach Media, TV One and iOne Digital. As the nation reels from the injustices surrounding the recent deaths of unarmed African Americans, Urban One remains committed to being a voice for the community.

Veteran media personality Sybil Wilkes, former co-host of the Reach Media syndicated "The Tom Joyner Morning Show," will moderate the town hall. The panelists include NAACP President/CEO Derrick Johnson, National Urban League President Marc Morial, Political analyst and former South Carolina lawmaker Bakari Sellers, CURLS Founder/CEO Mahisha Dellinger, Reach Media syndicated radio personalities Russ Parr (The Russ Parr Morning Show), Erica Campbell (Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell), Angie Ange (The Morning Hustle), Rickey Smiley (The Rickey Smiley Morning Show), Willie Moore, Jr. (The Willie Moore Jr. Show), Rev. former police officer for the Washington, DC, Metropolitan Police Department Gayle Fisher-Stewart and current associate rector of Calvary Episcopal Church and founder of the Center for the Study of Faith in Justice. More panelists will be announced.

"We grieve with the Floyd family over the tragic murder of George Floyd and stand in solidarity with our brothers and sisters who demonstrate and cry out for justice, which is long overdue," said Urban One Founder and Chairwoman Cathy Hughes. "Urban One has always provided a forum for these kinds of discussions, and we will continue in that 40-year old tradition. It is our responsibility to ensure that our community, especially our youth, not only have a voice but are also made aware of the tactics being used to hijack and discredit the protests to shift the narrative and support a sinister political agenda."

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