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BLACK COFFEE PROGRAM STIMULATES WITH ECLECTIC DISCUSSION OF ECONOMICS, POLITICS AND URBAN CULTURE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 31, 2009

CONTACT:
Toure Muhammad
(773) 531-8798
toure@beansouptimes.com


BLACK COFFEE PROGRAM STIMULATES WITH ECLECTIC DISCUSSION OF ECONOMICS, POLITICS AND URBAN CULTURE

Hosted by Cedric Muhammad, the Online, Interactive Radio Show Airs Live April 1 From Noon to 5pm, EST


Cedric Muhammad, host of The Black Coffee Program

Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) - If you yearn for more stimulating and sobering conversation, then The Black Coffee talk show, hosted by Cedric Muhammad, the self-described "eclectic economist" is a must on Wednesdays, LIVE from 12 noon to 5pm EST (USA).

Complete with a live video feed, listeners can watch The Cedric Muhammad and Black Coffee Program live show at to www.cedricmuhammad.com

Cedric Muhammad, a unique political, business and macroeconomist, has influenced the worlds of culture, electoral politics and finance. His analysis and advice are sought by world leaders, elected officials, entertainers, activists, journalists, and businesspersons. He has been published or appeared in respected financial media such as The Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Financial News.

Mr. Muhammad is the Convener of the Black Bank Initiative (BBI) begun in 2007, dedicated to elevating financial literacy, wealth creation and community development in Black America. BBI has uniquely connected minority-owned commercial lending institutions with a national base of depositors across communities. His work was featured in a September 2008 edition of the prestigious American Banker.

The five-hour show is characterized not only by subjects near and dear to Cedric's heart--economics, geopolitics, music, and human motivation--but also an attention to the need for media to be more interactive and relevant. Listeners are encouraged to participate by expressing their thoughts, suggestions, and even constructive criticism via Cedric's various social networks:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Cedric-Muhammad/57826974560
Twitter: twitter.com/cedricmuhammad
MySpace: www.myspace.com/cedricmuhammad

For more comprehensive bio, go to www.cedricmuhammad.com/about-2 and to check out one of his most recent blogs titled: No Tonic For Toxic Assets, go to www.cedricmuhammad.com/no-tonic-for-toxic-assets

Cedric also runs Black Electorate Economics University (BEEU) - an online school dedicated to making separate branches of economic thought applicable to everyday life. BEEU's student body is comprised of professionals, college students, investors, and working class laborers, in America and in over 10 countries. Course topics include, personal finance, entrepreneurship, business strategy and international monetary policy.



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