WHGE 95.3 FM The Education and Advocacy Radio Station
Radio Personalities and Station Staff Members
Harmon R. Carey is a native of Wilmington, Delaware and an Honors graduate of Howard High School. He received the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from Central State University in Ohio from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude.
He holds a Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Delaware in Urban Affairs and Public Policy. He has also completed his doctoral research in Urban Affairs at the University of Delaware.
His most recent achievement is founding Delaware’s 1st Black owned and operated Radio Station, WHGE-LP of
which he serves as Station Manager through the Afr0-American Historical Society of Delaware, Inc.
James Bailey is a lifelong learner, student of multiple crafts, who is a mentor of many. Originally from Philadelphia PA, James began his career as a flight engineer in the US Air Force where he refined skills including his attention to detail, quality control and disciplined work ethic. As a musician since childhood, he has studied multiple instruments, performed solo, and as part of a band. Having been raised in a musical family, James quickly developed a keen ear for quality sound and an appreciation for all musical genres. This led him to found a mixed media content creator studio Red Room Recordings (R3) studio as a sanctuary and developmental creative space for the artistic community of color in Wilmington, DE. He now also works as the Director of Operations for WHGE-LP 95.3 FM The Education – Advocacy Station, an FCC licensed subsidiary of the Afro-American Historical Society of Delaware and part of the SCARP Network of stations.
Hosts the show “Health News and Views You Can Use” every Monday from 5 pm to 6 pm.