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Geoffrey Starks FCC Commissioner & Attorney

Commissioner of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

Kenneth Kelly, CEO of First Independence Bank

Kenneth Kelly, author and CEO of a minority owned First Independence Bank.

Catherine Buell, Amazon

Catherine Buell, Director of Amazon’s Housing Equity Fund.

John Hope Bryant Operation HOPE

John Hope Bryant, entrepreneur, businessman and financial literacy advisor.

H.E. Ambassador Onkokame Kitso Mokaila

Ambassador of the Republic of Botswana to the U.S.

Dr. Yolandra Hancock

Dr. Yolandra Hancock, discusses racial disparities and the impact of long COVID

Alisa Payne, Filmmaker and HBO Producer

Alisa Payne, Award-winning filmmaker, and producer.

Erica Loewe, White House Director of African American Media

White House Director of African American Media.

Thomasina Yearwood & Sandra Lam

A look at the community programs provided by the Thurgood Marshall Foundation.

Dr. Patricia Bailey

Dr. Patricia Bailey, author, speaker, and global activist.

Valeisha Butterfield Jones, Recording Academy Co-President

Recording Academy Co-President Valeisha Butterfield Jones.

Adrienne L. Hollis, PhD, JD

Environmental attorney and toxicologist, Dr. Adrienne Hollis addresses the climate crisis.

Ken Hecht and Emmanuel Eppie

Kem Hecht, President of National STEM honor society, encourages STEM education and career.

Larry “Poncho” Brown

Artist Larry “Poncho” Brown uses his art to instill pride in the Black community.

Lester Munson

Lester Munson, a leader on global issues addresses the need for cybersecurity in the U.S.

Melinda Hightower

UBS Global wealth executive, Melinda Hightower, discusses the racial equality in finance.

Eleanor Smeal

President and cofounder of the Feminist Majority Foundation discusses women’s rights.

Michael S. Regan

Michael Regan, 16th Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

About The Chavis Chronicles

Hosted by civil rights icon Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., a thought-provoking half-hour weekly talk show with an urban American flair featuring interviews with famous leaders and politicians, doctors and scientists, cultural leaders and influencers from around the globe.

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