Jordan Belcher, Author, Publisher, Formerly Incarcerated
Felony Books is a publishing company centered around riveting hiphop fiction. Established in 2011, Felony Books has published several bestselling novels and is a home to well-written, daring literature based on real crime around the world. Since then, Since Jordan Belcher’s release he has started his own publishing company, Felony Books and has 10 authors with over 50 books published.
Host Melvin Merritt talks with Jordan Belcher, formerly incarcerated citizen, author and publisher of urban literature at 2011 Felony Books. He has topped national bestsellers’ lists and was nominated for an AAMBC Male Author of the Year Award in 2014.
Brandon Ellington – Kick Starting Responsibility In The Hood
Missouri State Representative Brandon Ellington is home for the summer and into the fall but he is not on vacation. Every Wednesday he holds meetings with citizens to plan how to deal with the drugs, violence and poverty in his district. This is an exercise in democracy and all about action not talk.
Host Jeff Humfeld talks with Brandon Ellington about the issues in the 22nd District and the actions he and others in his district are enacting to make a difference in the community.
Weekly Planning Meetings – Every Wednesday 12 noon 3836 Chestnut Ave, KCMO
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The Calendar for July 10th
You are invited to join Amnesty KC on Thursday July 13th from 6:30-8 pm at Kansas City Center for Inclusion, 3911 Main, KCMO. Their guest speaker will be Samantha Ruggles, Operations Manager for the Kansas City Center for Inclusion. She will talk about her organization, and what we can do to make certain that LGBTQI rights are protected and honored. Refreshments will be provided.
Corey’s Network and the Chuck E Cheese at 18701 E. 39th st,Independence Mo are once again teaming up to help victims of murder. On Friday July 21st from 3-9pm 15% of all purchases at the register including food, merchandise, and token deals will go to a reward fund for anyone having information about who murdered two young boys, Montell Ross and Jayden Ugwah. You are invited to help out this good cause and enjoy food, fun and games. If you have information call the tips hotline at 816-474-TIPS, that’s 474-8477.