New local radio talk show aims to brings more civility to political debate
Toiya Adair Sosa was tired of the negative rhetoric so prevalent in today’s political climate.
“I just felt like, as a citizen of this country, I wanted to see more civility,” she said. “And I wanted to hear from our faith-based community. I wanted their opinions about what was going on.”
The mother of two, who lives in Portsmouth, had done a radio show years ago as a mass communications student at Norfolk State University. And she decided it was time to take to the airwaves again.
That’s how her new talk show, “Church and State,” came to be.
The first show, which aired Aug. 5, actually delved into the separation of church and state. Read more....