Joe Madison calls himself just “an ordinary citizen of the world.” Audiences, however, say he is one of the most exciting and captivating speakers they have ever heard.
It’s difficult to describe Joe Madison in a thumbnail. He is a radio and television talk show personality, a columnist and lecturer. He is also a human and civil rights activist, a crusader against slavery in Africa, a former musician and athlete, and a gentleman committed to the principles of human decency.
Madison speaks to thousands of loyal listeners each morning in the nation’s capital - and nationally via satellite radio - through his “Mornings with Madison the Black Eagle” talk-radio show. He doesn’t hesitate to use his talent on radio and television to affect change in the world around us, and on a variety of causes and issues. His efforts to expose and eliminate slavery in the Sudan have resulted in the freeing of thousands of African slaves.
Joe Madison’s life and achievements provide fascinating listening for his audiences. He has been jailed and gone on hunger strikes to protest apartheid, gangster rap lyrics, racial profiling, and police brutality. He conducted a yearlong successful campaign to have The Four Tops awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. It is no surprise that he has been named to the list of the “100 Most Influential Talk Radio Personalities” and Ebony Magazine’s “50 Leaders of the Future”.
Madison teaches audiences how to exert influence on the causes about which they feel passionately. He is guaranteed to deliver a speech that no audience will ever forget.