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[Listen] @kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells” In President Donald Trump’s era we’re observing that hate continues across the nation. Observers are on the look out that America is becoming ‘Land of the Free…Home to Feel Free to Hate.’  We’ve not only got to pray for peace and love…but we’ve got to actively work on it […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells” Special Programming  — Sister Marches to the Women’s March on Washington are being held to accompany the main march in Washington D.C. on Saturday, that’s one day after the Trump/Pence Inauguration, including right here in Indy. Demonstrators will bring their concerns to the nation’s capital as well as around […]

@kwellscomm TLCNaptown.com “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  — Some listeners are still in shock but attempting to move on from Election 2016. Other are thrilled ‘their guy’ won because they wanted change. Either way…my guest and I are taking an in-depth look at what happened in this year’s presidential race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and […]

@kwellscomm  #AccessIndy  — As the headline suggests, here’s a round up of some of the week’s top stories in today’s “Hot Topics.” Sports and politics and getting ‘er done at the polls by voting top the list. Click the media player below to take a listen: AUDIO (TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 13 MINS, 43 SECONDS) begins after a message […]

@kwellscomm  #AccessIndy on Politics  — GOP Presidential candidate Donald Trump has threatened his sexual misconduct and sexual abuse accusers at a weekend rally in Gettysburg, PA as Veep running mate, Indiana Governor Mike Pence backs up Trump in his ‘media conspiracy’ allegations at a rally in Ohio. Interestingly while Trump was in Gettysburg but before […]

@kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  – When a curious and socially conscious academic delves into the history and impact of lynching on African Americans, he takes us to and most importantly, Beyond the Rope. Professor and Author, Dr. Karlos K. Hill draws on narrative theory and cultural studies methodologies to trace African Americans’ changing attitudes […]

@kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  – The wife of the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali is launching a year-long service project to honor the champ’s 75th birthday and his life of inspired humanitarianism. Ali had a long relationship with ‘Naptown’ and was beloved and revered. Mrs. Lonnie Ali joins Kim Wells, to invite Hoosiers to […]

@kwellscomm  “Access Indy with Kim Wells”  – The wife of the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali is launching a year-long service project to honor the champ’s 75th birthday and his life of inspired humanitarianism. Ali had a long relationship with ‘Naptown’ and was beloved and revered. Mrs. Lonnie Ali joins Kim Wells, to invite Hoosiers to […]

@KwellsComm “Access Indy with Kim Wells” The Center for Leadership Development is hosting a program this month to help our kids get successfully on the road to college and to completion. The deadline to get your student registered is fast approaching. Click the media player below to hear my conversation with CLD’s president, Dennis Bland about this […]

@KwellsComm “Access Indy with Kim Wells” Black artists in Indy have joined forces in a new arts group, “WE ARE.” Two local artists that serve as officers of the group sat down with me recently to introduce the group to “Access Indy with Kim Wells” listeners, talk about their beginnings and some of their activities, […]

@KwellsComm “Access Indy with Kim Wells” Our African-American community suffers a historical and ongoing racial oppression. It’s roots may be deeper than you think and in a place where you didn’t think to look. Professor and author of the book, Spacializing Blackness: Architectures of Confinement and Black Masculinity in Chicago will help us dig deeper by looking through […]

@kwellscomm #AccessIndy Our resident “Legal Eagles” spent some time with me on “Access Indy with Kim Wells” Sunday to go Behind The Headlines on the tragedies that gripped our nation this week…the police-action shootings of two black men this week, one in Baton Rouge, Louisiana whose name was Alton Sterling and the other a motorist in a suburb […]