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News & Coffee 10: Murphy details Oakland, CA $500.00 per month to reduce poverty program

By ONME Newswire

News and Coffee - Episode 10:

Tune in to the News and Coffee Morning Show with host Joquoya Murphy as she shares the latest in Black California: LA County plans to preserve black heritage, California’s new ethnic studies curriculum in full force, and a pilot project aimed at reducing poverty in Oakland could be a model for other California cities.

Following the headlines, Joquoya runs through her favorite posts from social media in gentle reminders, art, Women’s History Month, family, and greenery.

Joquoya also shares her top three black-owned businesses in coffee, eateries, and breweries!


Each week producer host Joquoya Murphy broadcasts show News and Coffee live under the ONME News Review, which distributes its original podcasts through The ONME Network and various third-party locations: watch her on the ONME Podcast Network at ONME TV Channel; listen via several external audio podcast outlets including: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcast, Castbox, Deezer, Podcast Addict, JioSaavn, Podchaser, iHeartRadio,, and Spreaker; OTT apps Roku and Amazon Fire, and offline via cable TV. Audio podcasts are also available on the ONME News website.

In the Central Valley, from Stanislaus County to Tulare County, viewers can watch ONME original podcast programming during the ONME Network's time slot on TV (CMAC) Comcast Channel 93 and AT&T Channel 99. Watch The ONME News Review - News and Coffee on CMAC TV channels at 10:00 AM on Wednesdays and Thursdays, with encore broadcasts on Fridays at 7:00 PM.

The ONME News Review - "News and Coffee" broadcasts daily @ 7:00 AM and PM, 10:00 AM and PM through The ONME Network.



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