Project 21’s Deneen Borelli on WWOR-TV


By David Almasi:

Project 21 fellow Deneen Borelli will discuss black history and politics this Sunday (February 8) on WWOR, the New York-area television superstation.

Deneen will be a guest on the “Real Talk” program that will be broadcast at 12:30 pm eastern. She will be discussing, among other things, what it means to be a black conservative and her feelings about the progress of the new Obama Administration. She is joined on the program by the Reverend Forrest Pritchette of Seton Hall University and host Brenda Blackmon.

Outside of the New York City media market, WWOR can be found on the Dish TV satellite system on channel 238. Additionally, WWOR is carried on many local cable systems – sometimes under the name MyNetworkTV.

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