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Join us in commemorating Black Love Day by attending our Black Love Couples Panel on Friday, February 5th at Radio Milwaukee!
This panel will feature some of Milwaukee’s most impactful and influential couples.
Black Love Day is a holiday celebrated every February. It was created in 1993 to recognize love as a way to promote racial healing. It is observed by practicing its Five Tenets for 24 hours: Love for Creator, Love for Self, Love for the Black family, Love for Black community, and Love for Black People.
The Black Love Panel will be moderated by Zora Stephenson. Zora is an Emmy Award-Winning reporter, play-by-play broadcaster, analyst, and host for NBC Sports. Her assignments include play-by-play for college basketball, Notre Dame and Big Ten Football reporter, and Olympic coverage.
We look forward to hearing their experiences on all topics surrounding Black Love and want to thank the incredible couples who will share stories about their respective Black Love.
Zora Stephenson is an Emmy Award-Winning reporter, play-by-play broadcaster, analyst, and host for NBC Sports. Her assignments include play-by-play for college basketball, Notre Dame Football & Big Ten Football Reporter, and Olympic coverage.
Prior to her time at NBC Sports, Zora was the sideline reporter and fill-in play-by-play announcer for the Milwaukee Bucks for four seasons.
Originally from northern Virginia, Zora played basketball at Elon University, an NCAA Division I school in North Carolina.
HYFIN is a media movement dedicated to playing the full spectrum of Black music and connecting the culture. A pioneer of the Urban Alternative format, Radio Milwaukee launched HYFIN on Juneteenth 2022 with the support of a $450,000 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. HYFIN broadcasts on-air at 88.9FM HD2, online at hyfin.org and via the HYFIN mobile app.