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Stepping Into Tomorrow fuses thoughtful dialogue about the issues that face everyday urban communities including Philadelphia, while highlighting those individuals or entities that make solutions possible. This show also features a music component, showcasing artists both local and on a national level, whose work provides a voice for change and societal uplift.

Learn more about host Gabriel Bryant here.

A Conversation on the Charleston Massacre...Live on Stepping Into Tomorrow! 6/25, 8PM Print E-mail
Thursday, 25 June 2015


People everywhere are dealing with the pain and anguish as a result of the Charleston Massacre. Join Stepping Into Tomorrow for a serious conversation with activists, clergy and others on the unique history tied into this massacre, the idea of forgiveness, the Confederate flag, and next steps for the people and the country (including Saturday's Philly Charleston Solidarity March)!

Young, Black and Hustling! Plus "Men Under Construction" event! Stepping Into Tomorrow, 6/11, 8PM Print E-mail
Thursday, 11 June 2015


Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow as hosts Gabriel Bryant and Abdus Sabur talk with representatives from the Young, Black and Hustling organization! Coordinators of the recent Books and Breakfast program in Philadelphia, they are working to foster unity and solidarity within the Black community. We will discuss their upcoming programs and endeavors, with more seen at www.ybhonline.com

They also will speak with the clergy and organizers from From the Throne Ministries Worship Center for this weekend's "Men Under Construction" event (Saturday, June 13, 11AM-2PM, 418 W. Chew Ave.). They will discuss why such a program, which will gather men and young men together to discuss serious subjects in the community and dealing with manhood, is so necessary at this time.

 Feel free to call in at 215.609.4301! 

A Teacher's Support for Mumia Mobilizes Activists Everywhere! 8PM, 6/4/2015 Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 June 2015


When the students of an Orange, NJ teacher, Marylin Zuniga, wrote letters to political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal earlier this school year, it unintentionally set off a serious dialogue about educator rights, community engagement and ultimately a heightened awareness about Mumia's health issues. Ms. Zuniga, with the support of many organizers and fellow teachers, has remained vigilant even In the aftermath of attempts to silence her and her story.Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8PM as we discuss with Ms. Zuniga her current situation and how this growing movement of support will look going forward. Make sure to listen in!

Oscar Lopez March! Left Forum! Books and Breakfasts! 5/28, 8PM Print E-mail
Thursday, 28 May 2015
Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow as hosts Gabriel Bryant and Abdus Sabur discuss this weekend's March and rally for Puerto Rican political prisoner, Oscar Lopez Rivera; the activities and workshops of this weekend's "Left Forum"; and the return of the community youth program "Books and Breakfasts" to Philly! Feel free to call in at 215.609.4301!
#SayHerName Campaign for Black Women's Lives and Rally and March for Oscar Lopez! 5/21, 8PM Print E-mail
Friday, 22 May 2015
Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening as host Gabriel Bryant discusses all of the latest political news of the day, including today's National Day to acknowledge Black Women's Lives and Black Trans Women's Lives who have been invisibilized regarding police brutality.  He also will discuss the May 30 march and rally for Puerto Rican political prisoner, Oscar Lopez Rivera, which is calling for thousands to descend onto NYC and demand his release.  More news will be included with a soundtrack provided by classics by Gil Scot-Heron, Mos Def and Laura Mvula. Call in at 215.609.4301!
All the Latest Political News! Stepping Into Tomorrow! 8PM, 5/14/2015 Print E-mail
Friday, 15 May 2015

Tune in as hosts Gabriel Bryant and Abdus Sabur discuss all issues of the day, including the 30th Anniversary of the MOVE bombing, the firing of teacher Marilyn Zuniga in NJ and the upcoming elections. Call in at 215.609.4301!

Discussing Mumia Abu Jamal's 61st Birthday on April 24! Stepping Into Tomorrow, 4/23/15, 8PM Print E-mail
Friday, 24 April 2015
Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow, this evening at 8:00PM, as hosts Gabriel Bryant and Abdus Sabur discuss the legacy of Mumia Abu Jamal on the eve of his birthday, including his legacy, and events happening into this weekend.  We also will be talking with young people about the issues that they deem important going into the upcoming elections.  Call in at 215.609.4301!
MUMIA MUST LIVE CAMPAIGN! On Stepping Into Tomorrow, 8:00PM, 4/2/15 Print E-mail
Thursday, 02 April 2015

Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening as hosts Gabriel Bryant and Abdus Sabur discuss this week's top political story: the health of world renowned political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal. On Monday, 3/30 he was transported to the Schuylkill Medical Center due to a diabetic shock. Since then, supporters quickly learned that he has had to deal with varying degrees of illness over the course of the last four months, culminating in being shackled to a hospital bed this week with his family not ble to see him for 20 hours (and limited time when they could). Supporters would learn this morning that he was transported back to SCI-Mahanoy last night although his health hasn't significantly improved. With multiple inconsistencies in this story, most don't trust authorities and are looking toward next steps to assure his safety, security and good health.  Several Supporters, including members of the Campaign to Bring Mumia Home, will check in this evening to discuss what actions people can take as folks respond from all over the world for justice.

The #Philly10 and Town Hall on State Violence Against Women! 8PM, 3/26 Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 March 2015

Tune in to Stepping Into Tomorrow this evening at 8:00PM, as host Gabriel Bryant features Asa Khalif, Founder and President of Racial Unity USA and cousin of Brandon Tate-Brown, the young man shot and killed by police in Dec. 2014. He will discuss today's Press Conference for the #Philly10, highlighting the 10 protesters arrested last week during a policing forum. Also, Candace McKinley, an organizer on the legal committee with the Philly Coalition for Racial Economic and Legal (REAL) Justice checks in to discuss March 31's Town Hall on State Violence Against Women. This forum will highlight the many women terrorized, brutalized and harassed by police, a story not often spotlighted in these conversations, in addition to mothers of children killed by police being featured and a dedication to women of color activists throughout the city. It will be held at Friends Center, 15th/Cherry, 6:30PM.

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