BLACK CEO MARATHON

This weekend, Wright Place TV Channel on ROKU will feature the BLACK CEO marathon featuring, Les Brown, Willie Jolley and George Fraser.

Listen to the best diverse business speakers, get inspired!

Watch on ROKU- get Wright Place TV Channel !

Go to Your ROKU account and add WPTVC  Wright Place TV Channel 

If you want a commercial or your own ROKU Channel

Contact 

Dr. Wright at 909 235 9744 or email DrLetitia@wrightplacetv.com

Amatures have Shows, Champions have Channels 

WPTVC Schedule (PSt)

8 am Les Brown 

          Constance Carter

9 AM Jerome Hutchison

          Cicone Prince

10 AM Dr. Dennis Kimbro

            Tivonna Elliott

11 AM Taurea AVant

12 Noon Charlisa Herriott

               Tashawna Chisolm

                Andrea Washington

1   PM  Sylvia Hendersen

             Dave Anderson

2 PM   Michael Taylor 

           Rhonda Woods

3 PM  Willie Jolley

           Gustavo Pinerio

4PM     George Fraser

5 PM    Bianca Brown

6 PM      Les Brown 

          Constance Carter

7 PM  Dr. Michael Roberts

8 PM Obioma Martin

           Roxy Pratt

 9 PM Che Brown  

           Dr. Carmelia Nanton

10 PM Richard Phipps

11 PM Andy Henriquez

Midnight  Dr Omai Kofi

Saturday 

1 AM  Lyn Hill   

2 AM Denee Barr

          Dr. Willie Jolley

3 AM  Dr. George Fraser

4 AM  Les Brown 

         Roxy Pratt 

At 5 am the schedule will repeat 

Announcing Wright Place TV Channel on Roku

Announcing Wright Place TV Channel on Roku

I’ve always wanted to go to the next step. Oprah had a show, then she had a channel, and now she has OWN, a network. Well, I am on my way with my first ROKU Channel!

You’ll find it by adding Wright Place TV Channel on your Roku device. It’s about Diverse Business Television. I want to hear from women and people of color. I want to hear from people who have different companies and information on how to be successful.

I am accepting pitches for people who want to have their show on the air with Wright Place TV Channel going out to 100 million homes!

You can apply to have your show on the air here:
https://forms.gle/wiuKi4gFyzLnagEx8

Why California Assembly Voted To Pass ACA 5

In light of everything going on with the Black Live Matter Movement around the world, the California State Assembly voted to pass ACA 5. The bill authored by Assemblymember  Dr. Shirley Weber (D-San Diego), chair of the California Legislative Black Caucus, sponsored the bill. This could allow Californians to vote on Affirmative action in the November 2020 general election. I say COULD


The ballot measure that could overturn Proposition 209 now moves to the state Senate for consideration.  Proposition 209 is a California ballot proposition which, upon approval in November 1996, amended the state constitution to prohibit state governmental institutions from considering race, sex, or ethnicity, specifically in the areas of public employment, public contracting, and public education.

Assemblymember Reggie Jones Sawyer( D-Los Angeles) speaks on the floor of the Assembly on ACA 5 on the measure to repeal Prop 209. (June,10 2020)
Assemblymember Reggie Jones Sawyer( D-Los Angeles) speaks on the floor of the Assembly on ACA 5 on the measure to repeal Prop 209. (June,10 2020) 


“Today California took an important step toward real change by passing ACA 5. A new generation of Californians is rising,” said Chris Lodgson of American Descendants of Slaves (ADOS) Sacramento.”One that values the lives and rights of Black American descendants of Slavery.”
Let’s use this momentum to get the job done in November,” Lodgson went on. “And let’s make sure Black Americans in California benefit significantly.”
California voters approved Prop 209 in 1996, a ballot measure that outlawed the consideration of race in contracting, college admissions, employment and state data reporting in California.

And of course, I’m always thankful for Chris Holden my old classmate for voting yes!

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