About Larry Young
Radio Talk Host, Larry Young began his radio career in 1998 on WOLB 1010 AM with The Larry Young Morning Show Monday thru Friday, 7am to 10am. The Larry Young Morning Show is rated the # 1 Black Talk Show in Maryland and also ranked by Talkers Magazine as one of the top 100 Talk Shows in the country 2007 # 99, and 2008 # 86,2009 #63, 2010 #63, 2011 #63 and 2012 #53,2013 #54, 2014 #52, 2015 #50,
2016 #47, 2017 #45, 2018 #45 and 2019 #41.
The Larry Young Morning Show was also named “Best Radio Station” by Baltimore City Paper in 2007, 2008, 2009 and in 2010. He also has been awarded by the community with such awards as the 2007 Pinnacle Award given by American Development Consortium, 2009 Ed Bradley Award given by Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, 2011 Unsung Hero Award given by Grace Outreach Fundraising Committee, 2012 Whitney M.Young Jr. Award given by Greater Baltimore Urban League and recipient of TALKERS Magazine Humanitarian Award in June 2015.
An ineffective system has left Tamir Rice and Eric Garner -- two high-profile police brutality victims of the previous year -- off the federal government's official record of homicides by officers. In fact, out of 18,000 law enforcement agencies across the United States, 17,776 refused to provide such data
Just weeks after a Bronx mother allegedly threw her newborn out of her building window, another mother has been arrested for the same crime in the same area.
Thousands of women (and men) are banding together to share their stories and fight to find a cure for breast cancer. With October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month, social media activists have sought to maintain a culture of awareness for the better -- and sometimes the worse.
Tuesday night's highly anticipated democratic debate brought burning questions to the five candidates that took the Las Vegas stage, but no one question held more potential to boost (or break) a campaign than an inquiry about Black lives in America -- Do Black Lives Matter?
Congresswoman Marcia Fudge delivers this week’s CBC Message To America focusing on the plight of children in this country. Fudge explained to viewers that parents, teachers, students and community activists tell her the same thing -- “children across this country need our help.”
Fifteen people have been indicted on gang charges after passing the home of an African-American family in suburban Atlanta, Georgia this summer in a caravan of cars that prominently displayed Confederate flags.
Hillary Clinton showed up to a labor protest outside of the Trump International Hotel and spoke to workers about their right to unionize.