18-year-old singer Sonta

Fathers Who Care and the West Garfield Park Youth Council will host their Weekly Television Show on Thursday, June 11, 2015 from 7:30pm on CAN-TV (Cable Channel 21).

The show will be hosted by Rev. Walter Jones, Jr., Servant for Social Change and Community Empowerment as well as the founder of the West Garfield Park Community Stakeholders and leader of Fathers Who Care

Our Special Invited Guest will be:  Viral Sensation of Young People – Sonta. 18-year-old Sonta is coming straight from her bathroom mirror with a microphone hairbrush and her pretty brown eyes set on the top of the Chicago music scene and beyond. The self-proclaimed “Heart of the Hundreds” is banking on her brand of R&D (Rhythm and Drill) to help her break through a crowded landscape where talent is optional and longevity is fleeting. Not one to knock anyone’s hustle, Sonta wants to be the voice of the young ladies who are grossly under represented and in need of a “shero” that understands their story and can tell it like it is. Find out more at www.sontamusic.com.

Tune in to the Live Streaming and/or Call In to show your support!

Dial in phone:  312-738-1060 

Live web streaming:  www.cantv.org/hotline

Topics We Will Discuss:

  • Working to Promote a Safe and Drug Free Community through Empowering Our Youth
  • Bridging the Generational Gaps
  • Can Team Work Make The Dream Work
  • What Are Young People Thinking?
  • How Can We Continue to Engage, Educate and Empower Our Community?
  • What is the State of Young People In The City of Chicago
  • Let’s  Save and Support Our Children and Their Future!!!
  • Mobilize Media and Community for the upcoming Stop Underage Drinking Campaign Concert, at  Reggie’s Rock Club on June 13, 2015

For additional information on how you can help, contact us at 773-287-5821 or martha.gooden@fatherswhocare.org