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Former police officer, Kathryn Swilley and attorney Kim Ogg have been speaking out about police retaliation against its own members for several years. They were recently vindicated when the courts agreed that there is a culture of retaliation. Swilley and Ogg will join host, Marcus Davis to discuss how this recent ruling impacts how we as […]

Marcus Davis welcomes to Sunday Morning Live Dr. Austin Lane, newly appointed president of Texas Southern University. Dr. Lane will talk about his historic appointment and his hope and vision for the beloved institution and alma mater of the host himself. While Dr. Lane is looking toward the start of a school year, parents everywhere […]

This Sunday, Marcus Davis will be talking about some of the harder things for us to address in our community. As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, Drs. Jinneh Dyson and Napoleon Higgins will share with you some of the biggest concerns around mental health in the African-American community. Depression will be one topic, as […]

Sunday Morning Live hosted both mayoral candidates for Missouri City this past Sunday in an effort to inform, educate and inspire voting. But this is the view today of the polling place for residents of Hunters Glen I, II and III. Missouri City is almost 42 percent African-American, and these neighborhoods have a high concentration of black […]

  Good Morning,I want to reiterate something I’ve mentioned before. Rainy days are very painful for small businesses. This past week, Houston was hit by a devastating storm. Rightfully so, the focus has been on those that lost their cars, homes and the contents thereof. But one of the things that has been overlooked, as I […]

Citizens of Missouri City head to the polls to select a Mayor. Early voting begins on April 25 and Election Day is May 7. Allen Owen, who has served as mayor for 22 years, will face business owner Fred Taylor. Both candidates will join host Marcus Davis on Sunday Morning Live to discuss the race. Allen […]

In honor of Financial Literacy Month, Donald Bowers, vice president at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ Houston Branch, and Teeba Rose, author of “You’re Closer Think” are guests on the next Sunday Morning Live with Marcus Davis.   Bowers and Rose are committed to helping people understand money as a tool to be used to […]

Tonight you can attend a local celebrity reading of August Wilson’s Fences in Houston! Head to The Ensemble Theatre for the celebrity reading featuring our neighborhood stars: KG Smooth, KMJQ Majic 102.1 Marcus Davis, Owner of The Breakfast Klub Melanie Lawson, ABC 13 Anchor Jerome Gray, METRO (Former KPRC 2 Anchor)  Antonio Washington, Prairie View A […]

Dr. Anthony Pinn, the Agnes Cullen Arnold Professor of Humanities and Professor of Religious Studies at Rice University, will be a guest on the next Sunday Morning Live with Marcus Davis.  Dr. Pinn writes and thinks about the intersection of African-American religion, constructive theology, and humanist thought. This Sunday, he and Marcus will discuss with Dr. Glenn Bracey, […]

Helping black businesses to succeed is important for the long-term viability and success of the African-American community. All businesses face challenges at one time or another. Having experienced business expertise to draw from is an asset that cannot be overlooked. Joining host Marcus Davis on the next Sunday Morning Live will be tech entrepreneur Brian McKinney, […]

Next Tuesday, Texas votes on a variety of issues, including who Texans want to be the Republican and Democratic presidential nominee. Teneshia Hudspeth, Communications & Voter Outreach in the Office of Stan Stanart, Harris County Clerk, office joins host Marcus Davis to discuss the ballot and what you need to know about the upcoming election. Activists are playing a […]

Explore modern day success and ancient history with Marcus Davis on Sunday Morning Live this week. Pamela Jolly, Thought Leader and Economist, spoke to more than 400 black professionals at Rice University this week about strategies for economic capacity-building in the African American community.  Tune in this Sunday from 9 am to 11 am to learn how we […]