The Charles Brittingham show. WILM 1450 am News talk radio.
On this show we talk about the arts and entertainment with our guests;
Kimberly Gladney & Maurice Johnson
Kimberly Gladney, an education advocate committed to serving & advancing the agendas that encourage diverse approaches & perspectives in the pursuit of educational excellence. She taught music in the public schools for 14 years in which she was a music teacher, dance troupe director, chorus and gospel choir director and playwright. She is now the string orchestra director for the Inner City Cultural League, Inc. She is a willing vessel to minister and to share her love of God to others.
Maurice Johnson is a talented model and veteran actor. One of America’s brightest stars he discusses his career on TV, stage and the big screen, including roles on “Law and order” “Batman rise of the dark knight” and the stage play NorthPhillybillies that he’s currently performing in. Maurice is featured in the African Museum of Philadelphia’s exhibit Audacious Freedom. Between acting gigs he’s a personal protection consultant & body guard.
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