Jimmy Malone hosts “Stop The Hate: Supporting Cleveland’s Asian American and Pacific Islander Community” on Wednesday, March 24th from 9 until 10 a.m. on Newsradio WTAM 1100 & 106.9 FM/Cleveland, along with the iHeartRadio App.
Responding to the tragic events in Atlanta, the conversation on WTAM will focus on information and education, including the following guests:
- Prominent Immigration Attorney Margaret Wong, who created an immigration and nationality law practice in 1977, of which she is senior and managing partner
- Well known Cleveland Civil Rights Lawyer & Law Professor Avery Friedman
- Malone Scholarship Recipient and current Case Western Reserve University Student Sandy Huynh
- Executive Committee Member for the Cleveland Asian Festival Joyce Pan Huang, who is also the Vice President of Community Development at MidTown Cleveland, Inc., a 501(c)(3) economic and community development organization that serves the area between Downtown Cleveland and University Circle.
Jimmy Malone, a native Clevelander, has more than 35 years of broadcast experience. He is an NAB Marconi Award winner for Large Market Personality of the Year, an inductee into both the Cleveland Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame and the Ohio Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Malone’s most prized accomplishment, however, is the Malone Scholarship Program at College Now of Greater Cleveland, which annually provides college scholarships to deserving students. Since its inception, the Malone Scholarship Program has raised nearly $5 Million Dollars for scholarships.
Hear the show on March 24th from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. HERE