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“Speak The Truth” – Life and Death on The Streets of DC featuring Curtis E. Mozie

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Photo credit left to right:  Harold Bell, Maggie Linton, Jackie Jones, Chris Johnson

SPEAK THE TRUTH is a virtual talk show hosted by Black Men In America.com on the ZOOM platform.  Every week Gary Johnson, the Founder & Publisher of Black Men In America.com and his co-hosts, National Association of Black Journalist (NABJ) award winner and Washington, DC area talk show sports legend Harold Bell and Christopher (C.J.) Johnson, Political Commentator/Columnist for Black Men In America.com talk about “hot topics” and the current events on the minds of folks in our community and across the nation.“Speak The Truth,” is a Zoom video show sponsored by Black Men In America.com (www.blackmeninamerica.com) featuring The Legend of Inside Sports with Harold Bell and his co-hosts Jackie Jones, Gary Johnson, David Aldridge, Mac Alsobrooks, Butch McAdams, Maggie Linton, Dave McKenna, Christopher Johnson, Dion Jenkins, Edward Sargent and Curtis E. Mozie, (Beyond The Yellow Tape: Life and Death On The Streets of DC).

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