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A Moment With NORTH CAROLINA
ATTORNEY GENERAL 
Roy Cooper
Roy Cooper, North Carolina Attorney GeneralA monthly program featuring Roy Cooper, the Attorney General of North Carolina, his staff and constituents. The program provides relevant and timely information about the governance of the Department of Justice and its administrative operations to protect and defend the citizens of North Carolina. EVERY FIRST MONDAY OF THE MONTH, 12 NOON. For questions and comments, email moment@wshafm.org.
Behind The Badge With
Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown

Chief Cassandra Deck-BrownA monthly program featuring Chief of Police, Cassandra Deck-Brown, sworn police officers and civilian employees. This program provides information about the resources, services and community involvement of the Raleigh Police Department. EVERY SECOND MONDAY OF THE MONTH, 12 NOON. For questions and comments, email behindthebadge@wshafm.org.
State of Insurance With
Commissioner Wayne Goodwin

Wayne GoodwinA monthly program featuring North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance Wayne Goodwin and his staff. This program is designed to inform North Carolinians of the resources and services provided through the North Carolina Department of Insurance. EVERY THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH, 12 NOON. For questions and comments, email stateofinsurance@wshafm.org.
Wake County Live With
County Manager David Cooke

David CookeA monthly program featuring County Manager David Cooke, his staff and constituents. This program informs listeners about the resources and services offered through Wake County. It also gives an account of the governance and administrative operation of Wake County. EVERY FOURTH MONDAY OF THE MONTH, 12 NOON. For questions and comments, email wakecountylive@wshafm.org.
Lunch and Labor with
Commissioner Cherie Berry

Cherie BerryA monthly program that provides listeners with direct access to the Commissioner for Labor to answer questions and address concerns related to workplace safety and health, apprenticeships, wages and hours, elevators and amusement devices and much more. EVERY FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH AT 12 NOON. For questions and comments, email lunchandlabor@wshafm.org.
On The Line
Octavia RaineyA community program hosted by Ms. Octavia Rainey, a community activist and teenage rep, Alphonso Hedgepath, for the youth in celebration of their achievements while addressing the challenges, issues and concerns that potentially limit the success of the youth in the United States. EVERY SATURDAY AT 10:00 AM. For question and comments, email ontheline@wshafm.org.
Give Me Liberty, Give Me Law
Stephen CelestiniGive Me Liberty and Give Me Law is a monthly program that addresses general legal concerns and interests while directing the listener to resources for navigating legal issues. It also educates, informs and guides the listener in the various areas of the law with the Host, Attorney Stephen Celestini, Principal and Owner of Stephen Celestini Consulting Services. EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH, 12 NOON. For questions and comments, email givemeliberty@wshafm.org.
PROGRAM HOST - MONDAY COMMUNITY PROGRAM SERIES
Nicole Gye'NyameHost/Producer of A Moment With Roy Cooper, Behind The Badge, The State of Insurance, Wake County Live on Mondays at 12 noon. Ms. Gye'Nyame also hosts and produces Lunch and Labor with Commissioner Cherie Berry, every first Tuesday at 12 noon while producing Give Me Liberty, Give Me Law on second Wednesdays, 12 noon and Forum On Africa and America, every Saturday, 3 pm.
Upfront
A weekly community program hosted by community representative, Ms. Janet Howard, the Executive Director of Harriet B. Webster Task Force for Students Success in North Carolina. This program serves as a voice and resource for citizens that are disenfranchised and underrepresented. The program’s guests are community leaders and elected officials that provide insight about the affairs of Raleigh, Wake County and North Carolina as related to underserved communities. EVERY SATURDAY AT 9:00 AM. For questions and comments, email upfront@wshafm.org.
FORUM ON AFRICA AND AMERICA
This program features intellectuals from higher education and the business community with diverse perspectives and interests in national and international affairs.  This program provides a platform for national and international discourse about foreign and domestic affairs impacting and influencing the United States, Africa and the world as a whole. EVERY SATURDAY 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM. For questions and comments, email  foaa@wshafm.org.

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