The Black Republican, Black Democrat Show: Better Ed with Devin Foley – Saturday

By Black Politics in Minnesota

Tune in to the runaway hit radio show featuring two of the Twin Cities most prominent Black American talking heads: Don Allen (Our Black News) and Jamar Nelson (Black Politics in Minnesota) come together to form the Black Republican, Black Democrat Show LIVE every Saturday night on Twin Cities News Talk, AM 1130, FM 103.5 at 6pm (CST).

Saturday’s show on #BRBD features Devin Foley from Better Ed to talk about the state of education in Minnesota and around the United States.

About Devin Foley:

Mr. Devin Foley – Better Ed.

Devin is co-founder and president of Intellectual Takeout. In his role, he oversees content development and marketing, works with academics and experts to assure quality, and publicly promotes the site.

Prior to co-founding Intellectual Takeout, Devin served as the Director of Development at the Center of the American Experiment, a state-based think tank in Minnesota, where he was responsible for meeting a $1 million annual budget. He has roughly eight years of fundraising and policy experience working for candidates and non-profit organizations. Additionally, he has been on 100.3 KTLK as well as Talk of the Nation on NPR and was named a 2011 Young Leader by the American Swiss Foundation.

Devin studied history and political science at Hillsdale College in Michigan. There he met his lovely wife; together they have four kids. Devin enjoys fast cars, long drives, great books, old planes, and nearly everything life throws his way (Source: Better Ed).


Join us Saturday at 6pm (CST) on AM 1130, FM 103.5, Twin Cities News Talk – KLTK AM/FM for Black Republican, Black Democrat brought to you by the Black Jedi Radio Network©…a better place for #BlackTalkRadio.

2 Comments on "The Black Republican, Black Democrat Show: Better Ed with Devin Foley – Saturday"

  1. I am enjoying your topics and I would like to be on your show.

    I am running for City Council Ward 6 in Minneapolis

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