In 2015, Indianapolis launched its newest and most informative

internet radio show, Black on Black with Gregory Meriweather. The show is featured on, which was founded by Harold HB Bell, of Indianapolis, IN.

Defined as “Us helping us,” Black on Black addresses relevant issues

that are cancerous to the Black community. Some of those issues

include Black parenting, Black relationships, Black church, Black

education, Black health, Black community leaders, Black government,

employment opportunities, the penal system and criminal injustice.

Motivated by his passion and commitment to change the landscape of

the Indianapolis Black community, Gregory Meriweather founded the

Black on Black show and serves as its weekly host. Standing firm on the

concept of “We are responsible for us” and subscriber to the notion,

“We are the ones we’ve been waiting for,” first expressed by Barack

Obama, Meriweather believes the strength of the Black community is in

the muscle work of its people.

Black on Black is changing the community one program at a time. To

date, the show has been host to guests such as Indianapolis Chief of

Police, Rick Hite, Your Life Matters Executive Director, Michael

Twyman, Forest Manor Multi-Service Center Chief Executive Officer, Regina Marsh, Indiana State Senator, Greg Taylor, pastors, mothers, fathers, and corporate professionals.  12391982_471203899730595_211337209762954158_n

Commit yourself to supporting Black on Black with Gregory

Meriweather. Tune in ( each and every Tuesday from 2pm to 4 pm for

an engaging, enlightening, and empowering show.


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