April 2021:

The MOCA BLAC TeleConvo, Part One. This is a frank, open discussion and analysis of those salient and critical issues that resonate with and directly impact Gay/SGL (same gender loving) MOCA BLAC (Men of a Certain Age; 40 years and over) who happen to be Black, Blatino, Latino, Asian and Caribbean. Myriad societal issues can create an array of negative impacts (emotionally, psychologically, physically) that in turn throw up obstacles and roadblocks that marginalize these men. And stigma—that dreaded and destructive force—is front and center. Join me for this very special—and much needed—event.

Saturday, November 28:

The Debut of The WYATT! PodcastCutting-edge, insightful, probing, and oh-so entertaining, my new radio show spotlights, explores and dissects relevant, timely, and critical issues that impact gay/SGL (Same-gender-loving) gentlemen—with a focus on MOCA BLAC (Men of a Certain Age, 40 and over who just happen to be Black, Blatino, Latino, Asian and Caribbean). Of course, WYATT! resonates with the entire LGBTQ Community and its Allies. Be prepared for my rather “dee-lee-cious” sidekick, Madam Pussygalore Cockadoodledoo! And of course, WYATT! is uncut and uncensored. Simply EARGASM for the Grown Folk!

Sunday, October 18:

The National Domestic Violence Awareness Month Series. Each year, October is designated as National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. This series details the history of the annual remembrance and how COVID-19 is impacting Intimate Partner Violence & Abuse/Domestic Violence & Abuse.

Tuesday, December 8:

National Trauma Education and Policy Board.  This is the December meeting of the National Trauma Education and Policy Board.  I serve as the  LGBTQ Community Chair.  The board helps craft and recommend appropriate policy initiatives to combat all types of trauma, including Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse, or IPV/A (domestic violence and abuse within the LGBTQ Community).

Sunday, November 8:

Black Male Sexual Abuse During American Slavery Investigative Series. For centuries, sexual exploitation and violence against enslaved Black males have been an explosive and controversial subject, one that has flown under the radar and has been swept under the rug. This is largely due to its taboo nature—and the palpable stigma attached. However, I’m peeling back the sordid pages of history to thrust this subject into the bright light of day—even though many may want to pretend that this horrific pattern of abuse never happened.