Seton Hall University

Mildred Antenor
Doug Doyle for WBGO

WBGO commentator and Seton Hall professor Mildred Antenor grew up in an immigrant community in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.  She witnessed and experienced the hardships that immigrants in her vicinity faced everyday.

In her new book The Gladioli Are Invisible: A Memoir, Antenor vividly and honestly talks about the adversity she saw, such as drug abuse, mental illness, alcoholism and domestic violence.

She recently sat down with WBGO News Director Doug Doyle to discuss her emotional journey through her memoir.

Mildred Antenor
David Tallacksen for WBGO

WBGO commentator Mildred Antenor thinks women are making some poor choices these days and are throwing away their power as a result.

Mildred Antenor is the author of "The Gladioli Are Invisible: A Memoir" and a Seton Hall Professor. 

Click above to hear her thoughts.
 

Mildred Antenor
David Tallacksen for WBGO

WBGO Commentator Mildred Antenor believes thinks that the current MeToo movement is giving sexual abuse survivors a voice that they never had before.

Mildred Antenor is an author and a professor at Seton Hall University.

Click above to hear the commentary.

Haiti
WBGO News

WBGO Commentator, author and Seton Hall professor Mildred Antenor is frustrated with mainstream media giving you only headlines when it comes to the unrest and corruption in her native county of Haiti.  Mildred says as she's matured, the country's issues have affected her more personally.

Click above to hear Mildred's commentary.

Commentary: Teacher Training Needs To Improve

Jul 5, 2018
Mildred Antenor
David Tallacksen for WBGO

WBGO commentator Mildred Antenor thinks the guidelines for hiring teachers needs a detailed review.

Antenor is an author and a professor at Seton Hall University.

Click above to hear her thoughts.

Anne Donovan
nj.com

Not only was Anne Donovan a legendary and pioneering figure in women's basketball, she was also one of the kindest and thoughtful people I have ever met. 

Donovan, a native of Ridgewood, New Jersey who dominated play at Paramus Catholic High school, won Olympic gold as a player and as a coach for the United States.  

Donovan died Wednesday of heart failure.  She was 56.

Mildred Antenor
David Tallacksen for WBGO

WBGO commentator, author and Seton Hall professor Mildred Antenor has some major concerns about students as the fall semester comes to a close.

Two Months After the Women's March, Now What?

Apr 7, 2017
Mildred Antenor
David Tallacksen for WBGO

WBGO commentator Mildred Antenor wants to know what's the next step for those who participated in the historic march one day after President Trump's inauguration in D.C.