Welcome to the podcast premiere of “Frankie Darcell Has A Big Mouth,” hosted by award-winning, iHeartRadio syndicated radio journalist Frankie Darcell.
This episode, Frankie talks with her panel about the challenges of rising crime rates, stop and frisk, curfews and racial bias.
Joining her for this discussion is: Attorney Shaka Johnson – Law Offices of Shaka Johnson Attorney
Keir Bradford-Grey – Montgomery McCracken Walker & Rhoads LLP
Duron Marshall – GCG Strategies, LLC.
With a rich background in radio, Frankie Darcell’s responsibilities in music and radio include iHeartMedia and the iHeartMedia Radio Network. Frankie can be heard in 22 markets including: Miami, New Orleans, Chicago, Memphis and Norfolk Virginia.
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