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The Archie Beslow Show/Voices of our youth/Maya Jai Pinson

WOL 95.9 FM and 1450 AM Talk Radio

The Archie Beslow Radio Talk Show with Co-host Maya Jai -  Voices of Our Youth Segment (every 3rd Sunday of the Month) 6-7 PM EST

Upcomming Show

The August show's topic is:

Teen Dating

Join Us on August 19th from 6-7 PM

Call in at (800) 450-7876

Media Coverage

Featured in the September 2018 Edition of Love Girls Magazine

WBFF - TV

Selected as the BMORE Lifestyle

"Go Girl!" of the week

Sista's Keeper Magazine

Current Coverage

Washington Post Magazine

 Sunday, January 28, 2018  - Featured Story

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readb4uspeak - Wow, very nice going young lady!

WJLA Washington, DC Features 13-year-old author discussing children's book, "Back Pack Lilly"



 Bring the lil ones out to see and meet a young, very talented, up and coming writer Maya "Jai" Pinson launch her book "Back Pack Lilly"! It instills good study habits in kids using the "drop, stop, work then play" method. With the holiday seasons approaching why not pick up a copy for your child, grandchild, niece or nephew!  Join us as we support this young lady and look forward to what she will write for us next!! 

Two 6 Foundation's Third Annual "Soul Giving" Food for the Soul from Us to You Thanksgiving Event

Volunteering time story reading at the Thanksgiving event. The Foundation Partnered with Faces of Adversity and The National Children's Center (NCC).

93.9 WKYS (a RADIO ONE Station)

On Fridays at the Fam, we like to spotlight a local individual doing amazing things. On November 7th, we had the honor of speaking with 13 year old Maya “Jai” Pinson. She is a athlete, actress, and author. She’s also a tremendous student, currently having a high GPA! 

PALS: Youth Leadership Foundation


From PALS to Publisher: Life-long Youth Leadership Foundation Student Issues Her First Book

AFRO Newspaper

  AFRO Newspaper  

Spotlight on D.C. Students "Talented Honor Student Publishes First Book"