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Yvonne Matthews

When it comes to providing accessible, affordable housing to those who need it, RANDY COLE says "there's no silver bullet." There's a lot to look at, a lot to discuss; and that's why he invites everyone to the Affordable Housing Summit next month in Columbia! Also, ADRIAN HENDRICKS tells us how his youth development program at Lincoln University in Jefferson City benefits the whole state. (4:25) January 28, 2020

You probably know that Kwanzaa begins December 26 (today!) and ends January 1, but what else? Why is the number 7 important? What do the candles mean and in which order do you light them? And finally, who can celebrate? Guest: YVONNE MATTHEWS December 26, 2019

It's day two of Kwanzaa week, and the theme this year, as decided by founder Dr. Maulana Karenga, is 'Reimagining and Remaking the World: A Kwanzaa Commitment to an Inclusive Good'. YVONNE MATTHEWS tells us what that means, as well as the meaning behind The Seven Candles, or Mishumaa Saba. December 27, 2018

Get ready, because Hot Summer Nights begins its 2018 run next Thursday! JANE WHITESIDES guides us through all 20 concerts in four short minutes. Also, YVONNE MATTHEWS invites everyone to help raise money for the Paula J. Carter Center on Minority Health and Aging at Lincoln University by attending the Little Purple Dress and Black Tie Gala later this month! (5:08) June 1, 2018

Today guest host James Mouser welcomes back YVONNE MATTHEWS and MABLE GRIMES! In honor of Black History Month, they perform two readings: "The Elders" at [2:08] and "I Am Somebody" at [5:25]. February 23, 2018

Today Paul Pepper and YVONNE MATTHEWS, Associate Administrator, Lincoln University Cooperative Extension, talk about the traditions of Kwanzaa. She says that Kwanzaa is a series of seven: seven days; seven candles; seven principles; and seven symbols. Also, find about a planned year-long Kwanzaa celebration at The Joshua House Church in Jefferson City! January 4, 2018

Paul Pepper: Yvonne Matthews, Kwanzaa 2016

Dec 26, 2016

Today Paul Pepper and YVONNE MATTHEWS, Associate Administrator, Lincoln University Cooperative Extension, talk about Kwanzaa, which starts today! Unfamiliar with the traditions? Yvonne tells that Kwanzaa is a series of seven: seven days; seven candles; seven principles; and seven symbols. Plus, find about a city-wide celebration this Friday in Jefferson City! December 26, 2016

Today Paul Pepper and DIANA MOXON talk about "Feast," a show that opens today at the Columbia Art League. Plus, Diana invites everyone to celebrate Columbia Art League Day (as proclaimed by Mayor McDavid) this Saturday in The District! At [4:06] YVONNE MATTHEWS tells us about this Thursday's Wellness Walk and Festival, which helps celebrate Lincoln University's 125th anniversary! Registration costs $18.90. April 21, 2015

Today Paul Pepper welcomes back YVONNE MATTHEWS and MABLE GRIMES, who perform two poems: the first is "No Assistance" at [2:17]; the second is "I Am Getting Ready to Unfold" at [4:33]. February 12, 2015

Paul Pepper: Yvonne Matthews, "Kwanzaa"

Dec 26, 2014

Today Paul Pepper and Lincoln University's YVONNE MATTHEWS talk about the symbols and meanings surrounding Kwanzaa, which starts today! December 26, 2014