This is a candid conversation about race, police brutality, self love, and education. After the death of George Floyd, Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad sheds light on “What’s next” and how to turn black anger into productivity. As a Howard Alum I often find myself in conversations about Police Brutality, the sociology of Black people, and Our place in America and wish I had my previous professors to speak on my behalf. I called on one of the most intelligent and forward thinking Criminologist in the world to talk about what we have been witnessing. Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad ( is an award winning professor at Howard University, to be honest the pleasure of hearing her is a privilege. She’s a gem and is DOING THE WORK in and for our community!
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Leah Henry is an on air personality, Multimedia Producer, and Host in the DMV area. She has a big personality like her home state of Texas! As a graduate of Howard University, Leah's no stranger to the DMV area. She's the creator and producer of "Leah's Lemonade" a self titled entertainment segment turned brand. Leah can be heard on 93.9 WKYS in the DMV. Leah’s Lemonade was featured on “Real HouseWives of Potomac” season 4 and 5 on Bravo TV. Leah's known for her viral interviews! She's had exclusive interviews with Wendy Williams, Romeo Miller, Mathew Knowles, Tyrese Gibson, Saweetie, , Yvonne Orji, and more. Her interviews have been featured on TMZ, Entertainment Tonight, The Shaderoom, The Daily Mail and more. Leah’s the one stop shop for everything entertainment. You can catch her on her podcast "So That's What We're Doing" with RHOP's Candiace Dillard-Bassett, Fox 5 DC’s “Good Day DC” or spilling the Lemonade on “The Mix” on Fox soul. Grab your glasses because Leah’s always got something to spill! View all posts by Leah A. Henry