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The Kendall Moore Show

The Kendall Moore Show

By Kendall Moore
Getting you from your work week to your weekend. Every week, the Kendall Moore Show team discusses local and national hot topics in news, politics, sports, and entertainment.
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Father's Day Weekend
In the June 18th Episode, The Krew talks Father's Day and its importance to the Black Community. From the personal perspective of celebrating the present father's in our lives to the observation of the society at large that tries to minimize the day.
July 02, 2021
The Working Class in America
From the June 11th Episode. The Krew dives into the economic nature of the country over a year into the pandemic and Black class unity from the perspective of a Lawyer, Politician, and Blue Collar Construction Company Owner. 
July 02, 2021
Cierra and Netta Take Over
Netta and Cierra is joined by Gualano Davis as they tackle the new community policing proposal, chicago leaders, and the controversy over wearing bonnets in public as stated by Mo'Nique.  The Kendall Moore Show Fridays on WVON 1690 AM & iHeart Radio Facebook @TheKendallMooreShow Twitter @Kendall_Moore Instagram @KendallMooreShow
June 17, 2021
Memorial Day Weekend
Cierra Norris joins the table today as an official co-host as the memorial day weekend brings out the topics of Lori Lightfoot and the press, open relationships and more !
June 17, 2021
76. Black Music In Chicago
The Kendall Moore Show is starting Black History Month by celebrating Black music in the city. Our special guest, Yanna Cello, is sharing her talent and journey as a trap cellist.  L Stanley Davis , a very loyal listener of the Kendall Moore Show, is joining us today to discuss his experience as a Black college student during the 1970s and teaching music at DePaul University.  
February 09, 2021
75. Black Excellence
Joining us today is lobbyist and community activist, Ashley Munson, aka Chicago's Stacey Abrams. She is in the building to discuss Chicago politics with the Krew.  Our special guests, Jason L. Hawkins and Jaret Patterson, are on the show to talk about their personal grooming brand, Respected Roots, thriving in 2020, and putting God first. 
February 09, 2021
74. Inauguration Day
This week a monumental event occurred in Black History: Kamala Harris is the first Black woman to become the Vice President of the United States. On the Kendall Moore Show, we are discussing our thoughts on Inauguration Day.  Our special guest, Attorney Cierra Norris, from The Law Office of C.N. Norris, LLC, is on the show again. The Krew is more than excited to talk all things Chicago politics and law with her. 
February 08, 2021
73. Verzuz Battle: MLK vs. Malcolm X
With her recent decisions on mandating teachers to physically be in school buildings and potentially reopening bars/restaurants, do you believe she is thinking of what's best for Chicago or her next election?  We have educator and speaker, George "Conscious" Lee on the show. He is sharing his thoughts on White privilege.   Roundtable Discussion: MLK or Malcolm X. Who are you rocking with and why? 
January 16, 2021
72. Happy New Year
This is the first show of 2021. The Kendall Moore Show is excited to be back in the studio. We are discussing the foolishness going on at the capitol.  Roundtable Discussion: Is it too soon for CPS students and teachers to go back into the schools? 
January 09, 2021
71. Celebrating the Holidays
On the Kendall Moore Show, live in studio, we have Miss Black Illinois International Ambassador, Imani Strong. As a Chicago native and CPS graduate, Strong is sharing how she is giving back to the Chicago community for Christmas.   For all of my music lovers, we are interviewing Sounds of Blackness for their holiday concert.   Latoya Johnson, owner of 6 Inch Heels, is on the show to talk about succeeding as a business owner during the pandemic, helping survivors of domestic violence, and donating toys to children in the Chicagoland area. 
December 21, 2020
70. Never Question
On the Kendall Moore Show, we have entrepreneur, fitness lover, and author, Nicole Mary Moore, in the building. She is here to discuss her new book, Never Question, and spread awareness about rainbow babies, babies born after a mother has a miscarriage. 
December 21, 2020
69. What would you do for $1500?
Former Democratic congressman, John Delaney,  proposed offering Americans who take the COVID-19 vaccine a $1500 stimulus check.  Under what conditions would you take the vaccine?  Roundtable Discussion: Drake is launching a candle line and one of the candles will smell like him.  Would you buy any of these candles?  Orange Is The New Black actress, Laverne Cox, was attacked in Los Angeles this week. Is there enough awareness about transphobia in the Black community? 
December 21, 2020
68. Black Youth and Black Friday
The holidays = holiday breaks for students. How can we support and keep our Black youth, especially the young men, engaged during these times?  Dr. Trenton Fedrick is on the show and is an expert on racism, education, and Black male youth. It's Black Friday! The Kendall Moore Show is celebrating small black businesses in the Chicago area. Thank you to the following businesses for being part of our show: Communities Empowered Through Construction, Glow Naturally, Malin Boutique . and Moroccan Beauty 
December 21, 2020
67. Black Law and Black Adoption
On the Kendall Moore Show, you know we love talking anything law, politics, etc. Attorney, Cierra Norris, is in the building. Attorney Norris is sharing the beauties and struggles of practicing law as a woman of color and advocating for communities of color.   Roundtable Discussion: November is National Adoption Awareness Month. The legendary and talented comedian and actor, Tommy Davidson is on the show to talk about his journey being adopted. 
December 21, 2020
66. The Suspense
The Election has everyone tense. Listen and hear what the Kendall Moore Show Krew predicts will happen.  
December 21, 2020
65. Grumpy Old Men
What are your thoughts on the bickering, I mean Presidential debate between Biden vs. Trump?  Shoutout to Mayor Lori Lightfoot for an amazing press conference this week, including discussing the new budget and what will happen will Chicago restaurants. 
December 07, 2020
64. 25 Years of Progress or Nothingness?
Grammy and Tony awarding singer/actress,  Jennifer Holliday, is on the Kendall Moore Show.  She is partnering with the AIDS Healthcare Foundation to celebrate her 60th birthday and give back to the community.  Today is the 25th anniversary of the Million Man March. Has the Black community, specifically Black men, progressed or has stayed stagnant since then? 
October 17, 2020
63. Kamala vs. Pence
Today on the Kendall Moore Show, we are talking all things politics.  What were your thoughts on the Harris vs. Pence debate and the special appearance by the fly?  What needs to be done to motivate more young people to vote? Are promises of erasing student loan debt enough? 
October 10, 2020
62. COVID Is Going To Make You Or Break You
Learn how Beloved Community Family Wellness Center is changing the Black community for the better through free COVID testing.   Singer, Dancer, Actress, Song Writer, and owner of 808 Performing Arts , Dee Dee Epps, is sharing her love for dance.    Round Table Discussion: How do you feel about Trump testing positive for COVID? Is this a stunt to get out of the next debate? Has he had COVID for months?
October 05, 2020
61. Protect Black Women
The police officers who killed #breonnataylor were not charged. Black America is not happy. What can we do as a community to seek justice? #sayhername #getyourbootytothepoll is trending on social media. This PSA/video features Atlanta strippers encouraging people to vote this Fall. Was this strategic or degrading to Black people? 
October 05, 2020
60. Black Voter Registration Day
Earlier this week, Mayor Lori Lightfoot met with the Fraternal Order of Police to discuss a new contract. Should Black people take interest in this or will this be another way to protect White people only?  In honor of Black Voter Registration Day, LaTosha Brown from Black Voters Matter is on the show.  Round Table Discussion: Cardi and Offset are getting a divorce. Do you need more than good sex to keep a relationship? 
September 21, 2020
59. What does it mean to American?
It's the 19th anniversary of 9/11. The Kendall Moore Show Krew share what they were doing when the planes crashed into the Twin Towers.  Isaiah Elliot, a 12-year-old boy from Colorado, was suspended for showing a toy gun on-screen during e-learning. Was this a fair punishment?  What are your thoughts on fans booing during the moment of unity/silence at the Kansas Cheifs vs. Houston Texans game? Is the NFL getting too involved with social activism? 
September 21, 2020
58. Kamala vs. Karens
On the Kendall Moore Show, we are talking about secret Trump supporters, Karens who fear Kamala Harris becoming Vice President of the United States, and how the Black woman’s vote carries so much weight. COVID is still well and alive. Would you get a vaccine? Why or why not? Round table discussion: A teacher was recently fired for having an Only Fans account. Was this fair? Should your employer have control over your side hustle(s)
September 21, 2020
57. Stand For Something
Will the support of White suburban women make or break Trump's election?  What are your thoughts on LeBron James using the NBA to protest against the shooting of Jacob Blake?  
September 21, 2020
56. Stop Giving Black Women A Hard Time
Chicago leaders are doing the most by trying to make Lori Lightfoot look bad. Even with crime rates decreasing, do you still support the FEDs being in the city?  Trey Songz is in the news for sexual assault allegations, but KeKe Palmer spoke out about this years ago. Why are we so slow to support Black women when they share about their trauma?  People are offended by the flyer for the film, Cuties. Are we overspecializing children?  
September 19, 2020
55. Are You Black Enough?
Activist and veteran, Gulano Davis, is on the show to discuss his perspective on Black people in America today.  Kamala Harris: Are y'all a fan of her or does she not meet your qualifications for Blackness?  Round Table Discussion: Selah Marley, the daughter of Lauryn Hill, went live on FB about her traumatic childhood. What are your thoughts on whooping your children? Where is the balance between discipline and abuse? 
August 29, 2020
54. When Too Much Is Too Much
CPS vs. Catholic Schools: Why do you think Catholic schools in the city are allowing in person instruction? What do single parent/guardian households plan to do for their students who will be home schooled?  Hasbro recently removed its Troll Dolls from stores after 150k+ signatures were collected to protest the toy's inappropriately placing on a button on the toy's private area, causing the doll to make gasping noises. Are we oversexualizing children and their toys?  Lit Round Table: O Magazine is erecting 26 billboards in Louisville to spread awareness about Breonna Taylor. Is this out of good intention or is Oprah using this for publicity? 
August 22, 2020
53. The Things Done To, For, and By Black People
Trump is telling White folk to not worry about Black people moving into their neighborhoods.  Do you agree with the city bringing in the FEDs?  What are your thoughts on Beyonce's Black King? What your thoughts on Oprah featuring Breonna Taylor on O Magazine?     
August 22, 2020
52. Our Black Men Need Help
In response to the recent shootings, Newsense from Psychodrama is dropping knowledge on how honoring hood code is one of the solutions to keeping our communities together.  Dr. Elisa P. Bell is offering her expertise on the importance of Black men taking care of their mental health.  Roundtable Discussion:  Are the same old, dried up politicians the reason why nothing is being done? Should politicians serve terms like other branches of government?
July 29, 2020
51. Making Comments, Making Shots, Making Love
Nick Cannon: What are your thoughts on his statements about Black people being the original Hebrews? Was it a punk move to retract his comments?  Entrepreneur and former NBA Player, Julian Wright, is on the show to share how he is innovating basketball training and engaging young people through Adapt Basketball Academy.  Author, Blogger, and Relationship & Intimacy Expert, Yanni Brown, explains how COVID-19 has improved relationships and dating. 
July 22, 2020
49. Fourth of July vs. Juneteenth Part 2
Is Mayor Lightfoot doing too much with the travel restrictions?  Why are no protests happening as a result of babies being shot/killed? What are y'all thoughts on August Alsina and Jada Pinkett Smith?  Should Black people dismiss the 4th? Should we celebrate Juneteenth Part 2 We are answering all of these questions on the Kendall Moore Show. 
July 07, 2020
48. Pride Month and The Young People Changing The World
We are celebrating #pridemonth on the Kendall Moore Show.  We are speaking with Akil Patterson and Cecé Telfer about being Black and part of LGBTQ community in the athletic world.  Say His Name: #elijahmclain When will they stop making innocent Black people targets?  Round Table Discussion: Cyan Simmons and Isaiah Moore, are sharing how they are giving back to the Chicago community through the AIDS Healthcare Foundation. #standagainsthate  
June 29, 2020
47. Happy Juneteenth
We are celebrating Juneteenth with Dr. Umar Johnson and discussing all things Black.  The Krew is also talking about police presence in schools and how much is too much social media activism?  Round Table Discussion: It is Father's Day Weekend. What can we do to celebrate the amazing dads, especially the Black ones? 
June 22, 2020
46. Strong and Humble Black Men
It's African American Music Appreciation Month. To celebrate, we are interviewing MC, entrepreneur, and activist, Talib Kweli. The talented and funny, Roy Wood Jr.,  is on the show and he is sharing his humble beginnings coming up in the world of comedy.  Round Table Discussion: What does it mean to be a strong Black man? Rael Jackson, the owner of Real Men Cook, shares what he has cooking for Father's Day weekend. 
June 22, 2020
45. What Is Going On Around Us
There have been many murders of innocent Black people. Why did the death #georgefloyd cause so many people to protest/riot? What makes his murder different? In the building, we are speaking to Dr. Sidjae Price, entrepreneur, speaker, and best-selling author, about her book, Stereotypes of the Black Male Round Table Discussion Should we expect celebrities to use their platform for activism?
June 19, 2020
44. Rest In Power George Floyd
Positive thoughts and prayers to the family of George Floyd. When will they stop killing innocent Black people? In honor of Mental Health Awareness, we have Dr. Rheeda Walker on the show. Roundtable Discussion: Crying Karens wrongly accusing Black men of crimes.
June 08, 2020
43. Are You Ready For Outside?
It’s the Friday before Memorial Day Weekend. Will people be BBQ-ing or social distancing? Is Chicago ready to transition into phase 3 and open back up? The Krew is interviewing the CEO of Black Girls Run, Jay Ell Alexander. Round Table Discussing: In the world of basketball, what are your thoughts on Last Dance and being an Alpha male? Who are your top 3 players of all time?
June 08, 2020
42. Black People's Lives Are At Risk
Black people love Christianity and the church, but is it worth being exposed to COVID-19? It’s National Police Week: How/why is it dangerous to be Black and in law enforcement. Round Table Discussion: How are polyamours couples dealing with social distancing?
June 05, 2020
41. Mother's Day Weekend
With the recent death of #ahmaudarbery, the Kendall Moore Show questions if social media is a source of evidence for crimes or are people too quick to film vs. intervene and stop  the situation while it is happening. We put so much pressure on Black girls to be the second mom to their siblings, to not get pregnant, to not be “too ghetto” vs. allowing them to enjoy their childhood. The Krew is talking about adultification and how we can celebrate and raise confident Black girls vs. quickly labeling them as fast, too grown, disobedient, etc. Round Table Discussion: In honor of Mother’s Day Weekend, what superstitions did you mom teach you?
May 19, 2020
40. Moore Chaos
Food supply is at risk, the Latino community is being hit hard with COVID-19, people are hosting house parties, and robberies have increased. What can we do? Our good friend, Windy City On The Track (IG: @windycityonthetrack) from Emerald Cities Music Group, is on the show with his new song, Chillin In My Quarantine and sharing how producing music is keeping him busy. Round Table Discussion: DMX, Bible Study, and practicing spiritual while being quarantined.
May 19, 2020
38. Taking Responsibility Over Your Life During The Quarantine
Governor Pritzker announced the Illinois schools, K-12 and colleges/universities, will be shut down for the remainder of the academic year. How will this affect college students? Class of 2020 graduates? The children who are already behind two grade levels and will not be attending summer school this year? Many people are getting their stimulus checks. Will Black people spend it on rent, utilities, or debt? Or will they spend it on clothing and electronics? Round Table Discussion: The quarantine will not last forever. After all of this is over, who will you social distance from on purpose?
May 19, 2020
37. Lacking Time Vs. Lacking Discipline
RIP to Bill Withers. We are honoring the singer/songer by playing samples/covers of his hits. How should people be using this quarantine time? Should people be focusing on learning new skills, building a side hustle, creating art/content? Or should this time be used for self-care, a break from life, and reflection? Round Table Discussion: Dating has evolved over the decades and means different things to different people. What do you define as a date?
May 13, 2020
36. How Are We Going To Survive?
The Stay At Home Order has caused many issues for families, including parents, grandparents, guardians, etc. teaching their children at home. How can we support Black parents/caregivers educating their children during this time, some of which have not exceeded a formal education beyond a high school diploma, who are not technically savvy enough to use e-learning, and/or do not have reliable internet access? The Stimulus Check: Keeping in mind that many people have been living paycheck to paycheck prior to the pandemic, is the $1200 a come up or chump change? Round Table Discussion: What bad habit(s) have you picked up since quarantining?
May 13, 2020
35: How Serious Is This?
Governor J.B. Pritzker announced that starting Saturday, March 21st, unless for work, grocery shopping, or picking up medications, Illinois residents are required to stay home until April 1st due to the CoronaVirus. We have callers from all over the country, Louisiana, Connecticut, Illinois, calling in and sharing how COVID-19 will or will not change their lives. Film Maker, Fitness Trainer, Activist, and Founder of Soap Box Production and Organizing, Caullen Hudson (IG: @caullenfit), is on the show to talk about how he is creating socially conscious media content and how to use Instagram as a resource to achieve your fitness goals. 
May 06, 2020
34. What Does Social Distancing Mean To You?
How are you handling the empty stores? Have your hugs turned into fist pumps? The Krew is discussing how we are protecting ourselves and staying sane during COVID-19.  Roundtable Discussion: We are celebrating Sandy’s aka So Dope 40th birthday. How do you feel about getting older? Does age come with more confidence or insecurities?
May 06, 2020
34. Something To Remember
Do you prefer early voting or day of voting? We’re starting our Political Hour by discussing the importance of voting and not just for the Presidential elections. In honor of Women’s History Month, Mary Wallace is on the show to share the highs/lows of becoming the first woman bus driver for CTA. Lit Round Table: Drinking White people tears over the controversy of the so called “racist” commercial from the Honey Pot Company.
March 20, 2020
33. Times Are Changing
What are your thoughts on observing Indigenous People Day vs. Columbus Day? Kiana Hughes, Owner of Elevated Education, LLC, is on the show to talk about her passion for educating people about cannabis. Lit Round Table: Are facial tattoos sexy or out of hand? What are your thoughts on Kobe Byrant’s parents not speaking at his funeral?
March 20, 2020
32. Being Part of the Solution
Executive Director of CALOR, Dr. Omar Lopez, is educating listeners on the impact that Latino leaders have made in Chicago and the importance of Black and Brown people coming together to create change in our community. Keeana Barber is a good friend of the Kendall Moore Show. She is talking about the humble beginnings of her business, WDB Marketing, supporting, promoting, and collaborating with Black businesses, and hosting her big annual event, The Legacy Awards. The Lit Round Table Discussion: Kendall is cranky because there was a lack of West side representation at the All Star game.
February 28, 2020
31. The ABC's: All-Star Weekend, Blind Dates, and Coffee
It's All-Star weekend in Chicago. Legendary NBA player and owner of Adapt Basketball, Julian Wright, is on the show and he is dropping gems on preparing high school students for college ball, self-education, and entrepreneurship. Of course, we cannot forget about the Day of Love. Our Valentine’s Day Blind Daters come on the show to talk about going to dinner at The Bureau Bar (725. S Maxwell, University Village).  Sharletta Sunmola, the owner of, shares how she started her coffee business while watching TV at home.
February 28, 2020
30. Loving Black Film, Loving The Community, Loving Ourselves
Its Black History and Oscars season. International Film Producer & Director, Pemon Rami and the Director of Chicago Film Office, Kwame Amoaku, are on the show to talk about the importance of film representing Black people and Black culture. The Devastating Divas of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.- the Joliet Area/South Suburban Alumnae Chapter (JASSAC) are in the building to talk about their current community projects. Valentine's Day is around the corner. Yanni Brown, Certified Relationship Educator/author of Making Love Better Together, and Chrishon Lampley, Negociant/Owner of Love Cork Screw, share how they have become more confident with age and are unapologetic about what they want/don’t want in a relationship.
February 21, 2020
29. Women Building Brands
On the Kendall Show, we have Monica Gordon, Executive Director of the Legislative Black Caucus Foundation, on the show to discuss her campaign to win a seat in the Senate and her passion for public service. Motivational Speaker and Entrepreneur, Shelonda Hassell-Adegbaye, shares her journey of surviving domestic violence and details for the Purpose and Passion tour, a twelve (12) city tour experience where attendees will leave with big dreams, new goals, and an understanding of their divine purpose. DanaSimone, the Female Masterpiece, is teaching women how to simplify their lives by focusing on their emotions, physical appearance/health, finances, and spirituality.
February 21, 2020
28. What Are Black People Doing To Get Ahead?
A recent study from the 2020 Edelman Trust Barometer stated that people no longer believe working hard will lead to a better life. On the Kendall Moore Show, we are talking about having multiple streams of income, if colleges are preparing young people, specifically Black people, for the workforce, and if it's true that Millennials are lazy. The Round Table Discussion: What are your thoughts on Tyler Perry’s new Netflix movie, A Fall From Grace, “You know you in the hood when…”, and are Tiffany Haddish and Common a good match for each other?
January 27, 2020
27. We Won't Feel Shame
Black hair politics is the topic of today’s show: Congresswoman, Ayanna Pressley and her opening up about her journey with Alopecia; Chicago Native and former NFL player, Matthew A. Cherry, and his Oscar nomination for Hair Love, a short animated film about a Black father doing his daughter's hair for the first time. The Round Table Discussion: Yung Joc being seen/filmed driving for Uber and how he responded on social media.
January 27, 2020
26. Nothing Can Stop A Powerful Woman
On the Kendall Moore Show, we’re talking about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry starting their new life in Canada. Author and Activist, Dr. Kisha Roberts-Tabbs is in the building to talk about how she is fighting sex trackficking in Chicago. The RoundTable Discussion: Are people making too big a deal of Maila Obama not rushing a sorority?
January 27, 2020
25. Living Your Best Life In 2020
What does living your best life look like in 2020? The Kendall Moore Show Crew/Family shares what they are changing up in 2020. The RoundTable Discussion: Tavis Smiley and is the #MeToo Movement an attack on the Black man?
January 27, 2020
24. Tis The Season For Love and Wine
Licensed Minister and Relationship Coach, Joel Mithcell, is with us today to talk about his and his wife’s, Namomi Mitchell, new book, Shatter, How To Overcome a Broken Marriage. Chrishon Lampley, the Owner of Love Cork Screw, is teaching us how to pair the right wines with the right foods and how she transformed her blog into a wine business.
January 27, 2020
23. We Are Over Doing Some Things
It seems like everybody and their mama is hosting a toy drive this holiday season. Are toy drives overrated? Has Christmas lost its true meaning? Jemele Hill recently called out Stephen A. Smith on Twitter for showing his ass and admitting to orchestrating workouts for Colin Kaepernick. When will Smith stop cooning? The Round Table Discussion: Was Lizzo doing too much by having her butt cheeks out at the Lakers game?
January 27, 2020
22. Switching Gender Roles
At what age is it appropriate to allow a child to explore and experiment with their gender identity? On the Kendall Moore Show, we’re talking about the Thanksgiving family photo of Dwanye Wade and Gabrielle Union, specifically their son, Zion, posing wearing a crop top and acrylic nails. The Round Table Discussion: What are your thoughts on the Queen & Slim movie?
January 27, 2020
21. We Are Family
Did you know that November is National Adoption Month? On the Kendall Moore Show, we are talking about being Black and adopted. Our guests for today’s show are Artist and Coffee, Hip Hop, & Mental Health Founder, Christopher LeMark, Health and Wellness Program Manager, Meagan Sims, and Author, Speaker, and Executive Coach, Kevin Anthony Johnson.
January 27, 2020
20. A Different Type of Man
Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, and Proud Dad, Justin Morgan is the Founder of J-Morg Entertainment and Director of Operations of Chi Gives Back, a nonprofit organization for community and city building in Chicago. He is on the show to talk about his entrepreneurial journey and discovering his gift for marketing/branding while networking in the music industry. The Round Table Discussion: John Legend is People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive. Is he deserving of this? If not, what makes a man sexy?
January 24, 2020
19. What Are You Are Doing To Empower Women?
On the Kendall Moore Show, Dui Jarrod is here to talk about creating the series King Esther, the story of a trans woman struggling to find her path in New Orleans during the week before Hurricane Katrina. Cheresa “Reese” LaFrances Purnell, Founder/Executive Director of The Young Women’s Professional League, is on the show with her fellow siSTARS to talk about their upcoming 40 Under 40 Awards Ceremony. RoundTable Discussion: Is T.I. tripping for monitoring his 18 year old daughter’s sex life through her OB/GYN visits?
January 24, 2020
18. You Call The Shots
On the Kendall Moore Show, we are talking about Kanye West and his Sunday church service in Chicago, men wearing grey sweatpants, and Sweetest Day gifts for men. Our special guest, Chris-Tia Donaldson, the CEO of TGIN (Thank God It’s Natural), is on the show to talk about how her journey of surviving breast cancer and having the confidence to wear her hair natural in Corporate America led her to owning a multi-million dollar natural hair care line.
January 24, 2020
17. The Power Of The Tongue
Poet, Author, and Executive Director K.L.E.O. Community Life Center, Lesle’ Honore’, is on the show to share her poetry as a tool to cope with emotions related to violence against Black and Brown people. For Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we are interviewing, survivor, child welfare supervisor, and doctoral student, Meagan Washington-Sims. The Round Table Discussion: The pastor who went viral for giving…..
January 17, 2020
16. Fair Pay To Play Act
Kevin Carr, Founder, CEO and Principal of PRO2CEO, LLC is in the building to talk about the Fair Pay To Play Act, the California bill that allows college athletes to get paid for their name, image, and likeness. PRO2CEO is a career transition and business development consulting firm for elite current & former athletes, artists and organizations who seek to increase their optimization and monetization in the business world.
January 17, 2020
15. Turning Green Into Green
Dwayne Hirsch, Founder of Citizen Capital Ventures, LLC, is on the Kendall Moore Show to talk about creating equity in the cannabis industry for Black people and how Black people can think outside of the box to monetize in the industry. The Round Table Discussion: The friction between Black women and trans women. Are trans women overstepping their boundaries by wanting, almost forcing, themselves into women/feminine spaces or are Black women overreacting?
January 17, 2020
14. Voting Isn’t Enough
If you can find time to go a Bears game, shopping, or on vacation, you can make time to go to city hall and attend meetings. Phillip Lomax III & Brian Mullins are on the show to talk about Chicago politics and speaking to your alder person directly versus complaining about what is not getting done. The Round Table Discussion: Antonio Brown and cuffing season. 
January 17, 2020
13. Amazing Things Come From The Southside
Michelle Kennedy, the Founder of the Chicago Southside Film Festival, is on the show to share how this year’s festival, which starts September 27th,  will be paying tribute to House Music. The Chicago Southside Film Festival is a not-for-profit arts organization created to broaden, diversify, and improve the quality of entertainment options on Chicago's South Side and provide South Side filmmakers with opportunities to screen their work.
January 17, 2020
12. Save A Life Vs. Take A Life
Did you know the first firefighters were slaves? Did you know the firefighter’s mask was created by an African American? The Black Fire Brigade is on the show today to talk about how more Black people in the public service sector can prevent gun violence in the city. Anthony Lowery from the Safer Foundation is also on the show. The Safer Foundation is one of the nation’s largest and leading nonprofits that challenges the barriers to successful reentry for people with criminal backgrounds.
January 17, 2020
11. Educating From The Motherland
Have you ever heard of a first grader studying pre-med or pre-law? Mark Kline, Co-founder of the Freedom Home Academy International, is on the show to talk about his leading role in providing African centered education for Chicago youth.
January 17, 2020
10. Chicago’s Finest
The legendary NBA All-Star, Mark Anthony Aguirre, is in the building. He shares his journey about growing up on Chicago’s West Side, finding his destiny in basketball, and educating youth about NCAA. Lizzie G is also on the show to talk about her organization, Lizzie G Entertainment, LLC., and her involvement with the Walgreens Expressions Challenge to encourage youth to express themselves through creative writing, visual arts, and media art.
January 17, 2020
9. Can You Blame Out Hate?: Black People and The Police
Octavia Mitchell is on the show. She shares her frustrations and struggles with the Chicago Police Department and how they handled the murder of her son, Izael Jackson, in April 2010. During the Roundtable Discussion, we’re talking about Black people and the law: R. Kelly, Jussie Smollet, and Cyntoia Brown.
January 17, 2020
8. It’s Different When You’re Black
Once again, Trump aka “The Orange One” has irritated Kendall. Political Activist, Galano Davis, is on the Kendall Moore Show to talk about racism in America today and Black people taking accountability for our own community. Kendall Shahid Moore, aka Kendall’s son, is also on the show to talk about the burdens/blessings that come with being Black and playing sports at a college level.
January 17, 2020
7. Saftey In The City and Good Parenting
On the Kendall Moore Show, Phillip Beckham III, Founder/CEO Mid South Business Association & Resource Center (MSBARC) is here and we’re talking about Mayor Lightfoot, Chicago Police, and raising teen girls. The Round Table Discussion: Is it okay for moms to wear bikinis?
January 17, 2020
6. Complaining Vs. Taking Responsibility
On the Kendall Moore Show, we have some community leaders in the building: Kenneth Bentley and Eugene Boykins from the Advocates Foundation, a mentoring program to help young people with their health, wellness, and career choices, Anita Castille, the Vice President of Human Resources for the Aids Health Foundation (AHF), a global organization providing cutting-edge medicine and advocacy to over 1,000,000 people in 43 countries and the largest provider of HIV/AIDS medical care in the U.S., and the women of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. The Round Table discussion: the push back about a Black woman playing in 007.
January 17, 2020
5. The Hydration Show
This our post Fourth of July Show. We’re talking about misidentifying families’ bodies, black barber shops, and people’s lack of fear of going to jail.
January 17, 2020
4. What’s A Real Man?
On the Kendall Moore Show, we’re talking with David D. Robinson, Managing Partner for the Intention Group LLC., about toxic masculinity. For the Round Table discussion: Do you bring the new boo to the BBQ? How soon is too soon?
January 17, 2020
3. What’s A Real Man?
On the Kendall Moore Show, we’re talking with David D. Robinson, Managing Partner for the Intention Group LLC., about toxic masculinity. For the Round Table discussion: Do you bring the new boo to the BBQ? How soon is too soon?
January 10, 2020
2. Black Women Are Killing It
On the Kendall Moore Show, we're talking with Melissa Conyears-Ervin, the new city Treasurer, preventing kidnapping, and celebrities drugging people. 
January 10, 2020
1. They Owe Us Some Land
On the Kendall Moore Show, we’re talking with Dr. Kenneth Nave about reparations.  At the Round Table, Jussie Smollett is the topic of discussion.
January 10, 2020