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Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

Nick Ferguson’s Secondary Perspective

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June 25th 2015:Tipping Point

You never know what it's like to be another individual, until you're forced to walk in their shoes. Recent media headlines tell tales of senseless acts of violence from around the country. Things have reached a tipping point after the recent slaying of nine at a church in Charleston, South Carolina. On today's show we talk to Cezar McKnight, who serves the S.C. House Representative for the state's 101st district, about the recent events and how peaceful protest continues to bring a sense of hope to a shaken city. We also discuss how support from professional athletes & entertainers have assis

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Cezar McKnight

McKnight, a Williamsburg County attorney, was sworn in as the district’s representative during a Nov. 18 ceremony at the Williamsburg County Courthouse in Kingstree. McKnight is the newly elected Democratic candidate to serve as S.C. House representative for the state’s 101st District after garnering 64 percent of the votes over Republican opponent Al Smith. McKnight ran on the platform of economic development to help recruit jobs the port of Georgetown, as well as the focus on improving education. McKnight's youthful charisma brings a fresh perspective to the state of South Carolina, that's part of a movement to shift the national viewpoint .
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Andre 'Dre' Bly

Bly, graduated from Western Branch High School in Chesapeake, where he was an all-state high school football player as well as a decorated baseball player for Western Branch Bruins. Bly attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where as a redshirt freshman at UNC, he led the nation with 11 interceptions. Bly left his a lasting mark on collegiate sports by setting the ACC record for career interceptions (20), which was later broken by Alphonso Smith of Wake Forest. He was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2014. Bly was drafted in the second round of the 1999 NFL Draft by the Rams where he played four years of his 11 years. While with the Rams, Bly received a
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Beau Estes

Beau Estes is currently a Host/Columnist at Turner Sports in Atlanta, where his expert commentary and knowledge of the NBA game continually to pulls in new viewers weekly. Beau also contributes to NCAA.com and writes for Inside Carolina Magazine.
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