Thursday, July 14, 2016, at 4 p.m. ET, Emmis New York radio stations WQHT-FM HOT 97, WBLS-FM 107.5 & WLIB-AM 1190 will simulcast a special program, "One Voice," across all three stations and online, discussing the current relationship between the African American community and the police . "One Voice" will be a one-hour program focusing on the recent deaths that have divided the nation and placed racism & police brutality back into the spotlight, with the hope being to provide perspective, voice to the intense emotions caused by these events, and identify potential actions which will produce positive change. Special guests will join HOT 97's Ebro & Peter Rosenberg from Ebro in the Morning, HOT 97 & FOX 5 reporter Lisa Evers, WBLS’ Bob Slade, and WBLS & WLIB's Bishop Hezekiah Walker & Ann Tripp in a panel discussion concentrating on what productive actions the community, the police, and the government are taking to help bring peace to society and eliminate hate and the unnecessary deaths of both civilians and law enforcement officials. Listeners are encouraged to ask questions, share their stories, or simply voice their frustrations on the current state of affairs by calling 800-223-9797 or using #OneVoice on social media platforms.