THE PROGRESSIVE MINDS SHOW
The Progressive Minds Show is a 501c3 nonprofit online radio show and media organization dedicated to building our community. We encourage and promote diverse perspectives as a way of stimulating unity and respect. Their dialogue style engages with respected subject matter experts to educate, empower, and engage a global audience. As cultural advocates, they support initiatives dedicated to helping youth, the voiceless, and the disenfranchised. Their passion is to stand for cultural identity. Their style is unique as they consistently engage more than two analytical, critical and expert views on each of the weekly topics.
Over the years, The Progressive Minds Radio Show has covered a number of topics pertaining to socio-economic challenges, health crises, business aspirations, and many other areas within the realm of things that impact our communities in the Black Diaspora. Alinco has been very keen on incorporating many diverse persons of gender, race, nationalities, and others who have a direct impact on our community within the Diaspora.
How We Do It
THE PROGRESSIVE MINDS SHOW is committed to effecting positive attitudes within our society through engaging dialogue. We acknowledge the urgency to our wellbeing is in finding the balance between old and new. We seek to connect the cultures within the Black Diaspora. We organically examine these ideas while advocating for good health, community growth and unity. We have covered a wide range of topics that impact our communities including social, economic, health, and business. “Alinco” has been very keen on incorporating many diverse persons of gender, race, nationality and disability who have direct impact on our community and the society at large.
To whom much is given, much is required!
Changing mindsets in the diaspora and in Africa. Building our communities through dialogue while effecting positive attitudes.
To serve as a positive factor in the minds of people globally.
the community by engaging community members in very important dialogues.
the voiceless in deprived geographical locations far and near.
our differences as a society of diverse people with a common goal for a better future.
the gab between Africans, Caribbeans, African Americans and Latinx.
a.k.a - Alinco
...loves God, family, people, nature, music and sports.
Nathaniel Sena Amenyo aka Alinco was born and raised in Ghana. He worked briefly for WAPCO (West Africa Gas Pipeline 2006 -2007 and then migrated to the U.S after completing a Bachelor’s degree from Central University College 2006. He co-founded and organized for more than 7 years Save The Dance, a yearly event that involved all high schools in Ghana in a dancing competition that aimed solely at creating Awareness and Prevention of HIV/AIDS, STD’s & Malaria Diseases among the youth. By 2012 I had completed my MBA – Healthcare Administration from Argosy University - Chicago. I pursued a career at Enova International, Yawsoft Technologies, BMO Harris, Legends Media Network Group, and Walgreens Headquarters. I have the privilege to serve my community here in Chicago in many aspects. I volunteered at Calvalry Church Naperville as a youth leader from 2008 – 2010, founded and coached a local soccer team for the youth at CCH (Christ Center of Hope) which engaged in several local soccer tournaments.
Sena is a community guy first and foremost and an IT professional with a specific focus in Data modeling. Creator and Founder of The Progressive Minds Show in Oct. 2016. He has successfully interviewed great and important dignitaries like the Secretary of State Jesse White, Clerk Of Cook County Court Dorothy Brown, Judges Shapiro, Robyn D. Shoffner, Judges Seaton, Amara, Paul Vallas, Dr. Willie Wilson, Juliana Stratton Deputy Illinois Governor, The Abolition Institute, CEO’s, community activists Alderman James Cappleman, Medical Doctors and many more. He has on two occasions treated the divide between Africans and African Americans, a show on the South & Westside Of Chicago highlighting the positives in these communities. In 2017, he was part of a team that marched for Stopping Slavery in Lybia at the Daley Center and later joined Reverend Jesse Jackson for a press conference on the subject.
Sena has also spearheaded events aimed at bringing peace, unity, and love to our communities and curbing crime and gun violence in Chicago during his time as General Manager at Wghc 98.3, a Ghanaian radio station on the northside. He received an award in 2018 at Loyola University from The Abolition Institute for his work and support for the fight against Slavery In Mauritania. He founded The Exchange Foundation in 2019. An event aimed at connecting, celebrating, and embracing the different cultures within the African/Black Diaspora starting Chicago marking a historic year of 400 Years of Slavery in America in the Year of Return. He also founded The African Diaspora Summit Series (TADSS). A continuous gathering of people of the Afro decent communities engaging in conversations that will lead to an understanding of the culture of The African/Black people. He is also the Founder & CEO of 105Xchange Radio.