Note: Due to regional outtages this evening the show could not be cast because of technical reasons beyond our control. We will shedule an alternative to tonight’s show in order to pay tribute to Donald Greenwell.
Donald Greenwell was a writer, lecturer, poet, singer, performance artist and Master of Ceremonies. He was trained at Herbert Berghoff Neighborhood Playhouse. He graduated from West Barron School of TV (as Class Valedictorian), and he attended Howard University where he received a B.A. in Marketing and a J.D. degree in Law. As a singer, Don considered himself as a song stylist. His musical intention was inspired by a desire to raise the consciousness of his audience. As an actor, Don has had many principal roles in television, including TV commercials and daytime dramas, films and industrials. Donald also had his own radio program on Diaspora radio in New York and he hosted a weekly television program on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network.
On February 13, 2013, we lost Donald to cancer. Memorial services are being held for Donald on Thursday, April 18, 6-8pm at the True Worship Church of Christ at 91-19 Jamaica Ave, Hollis, NY.
This week’s program is for everyone. Dedicated to the aspiration and the devotion that Donald espoused with unwavering spirit, this discussion is about all of us and our connection to the human spirit. By paying tribute to this one devout messenger of that which unites us all we may be able to reach inside ourselves to seek the moral compass that lies innate within each of in wait of our awakening. Hence the question, how far is North?
Listen in, this show is for everyone. Whether you knew Donald or become touched by the conversation that ensues, feel free to call in with your perspective on how one man’s story is the story of all. Consider a deposit to the spirit of humankind.