making waves for black history month

Helen and Bob Singleton civil rights activists on Los Angeles' 94.7 the wave

Civil Rights Activists and Freedom Riders, Helen and Bob Singleton Were Integral In The Enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964

Civil Rights Activists and Freedom Riders, Helen and Bob Singleton Were Integral In The Enactment of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Listen as they join Pat Prescott on LA's 94.7 the WAVE as they are honored for black history month. The Singleton's are the final members to join our Making Waves class...
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Sheryl Underwood, Of The Talk, Is Honored For Black History Month on 94.7 the WAVE

Sheryl Underwood Of CBS's 'The Talk' Joins Pat Prescott As She Is Honored For Black History Month

Sheryl Underwood joins Southern California's 94.7 the WAVE, Making Waves Class of 2020. Underwood serves as host of The Talk, CBS' Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show that examines topical events and contemporary issues through the eyes of five female hosts. She hosts the show alongside Eve,...
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Obba Babatunde Making Waves 2020

The Multi-talented, TV, Film And Stage Actor, Obba Babatunde Joins Pat Prescott as He Is Honored In Joining The Making Waves Class of 2020

Tripple-threat, and familiar face to grace your screen, Obba Babatunde joins Pat Prescott on Southern California's 94.7 the Wave to be honored during Black History month. Listen here as Obba joins our Making Waves Class of 2020!
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KTLA 5 Chris Schauble Making Waves 2020

KTLA 5's Morning News Anchor, Chris Schauble Joins The Making Waves Class of 2020, and Takes Us On A Journey of True Success

Chris Schauble is the co-anchor of KTLA 5 Morning News from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m. on weekdays. Since moving to Los Angeles in 2001, Chris has earned multiple awards, including five Emmys and six Golden Mics. Today Chris sits down with Pat Prescott for our 2020 Making Waves Campaign and takes us on an...
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Ozie B. Gonzaque Being Honored For Black History Month

Making Waves 2020: Ozie B. Gonzaque, The Woman Behind "To Protect & Serve"

Ozie served as a Commissioner under the appointment of Mayor Tom Bradley for eight years. Under Mayor Richard Riordan, Ms. Gonzaque was one of the few Commissioners reappointed. She was also reappointed by Mayor James Hahn. She served as Chairperson for City of Los Angeles’ Housing Authority for...
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The History of Black History Month

Discover the history of Black History Month
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