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Quest Youth Radio

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Quest Community Vibrations is a youth based radio program facilitated by Mr. Richard Barnes-Bey at Seton Hall University 89.5FM, South Orange, NJ .

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Quest Youth Radio is a program that started out as Quest Community Vibrations a community outreach program designed to support our youth and families in the city of Newark New Jersey.Today the program still has its broadcast training... more

Today Quest Youth Radio will discover the impact of hip-hop and culture.Our honored guest Chain3 shares his experience in the game of street art and graffiti.Timur Davis a street artist himself starts the discussion with his insights... more

Today we are diving into history by talking to a street artist of graffiti Timur Davis.Then taking a turn to speak with the first music video DJ Ralph McDaniels.

Quest Youth Radio is honored to have Mr.Bob Sumner share his evolution into the entertainment business of comedy.

Today we attempt educate our audience on the challenges faced by African Americans who intergrated into sports and other activities.We will examine who ,when,and,why this process took place.

Today we welcome you back to another edition of Quest Youth Radio.Our topic for discussion will be on the emergence of Street Art and Graffiti it will be lead by our very own panalist /guest Timur Davis.

Today Quest Youth Radio takes a look into how Black Business Month was started and why.Our panalist Timur Davis and Sheldon Harris contribute to the discussion for our honored guest former mayor of Irvington NJ Wayne Smith.

We welcome you to another edition of Quest Youth Radio. Today our topic." Empowering Entrepreneurs: August as Black Business Month"

On Saturday,August 26,2023 Rev. Al Sharpton, King Family Convene the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington A Continuation of Dr.Martin Luther King Jr's work.

This week we examine the motherr and father of hip hop. We define hip hop and speak about it's origins as we prepare for our guest Marcus Reeves.We indeed celebrate 50 years of hip-hop.

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