Amos Brown, American radio broadcaster, Died at 64

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Amos Brown died on November 6, 2015.

He was an American radio broadcaster at WTLC.

Brown, Indianapolis radio and in the local African-American community,

He attended Northwestern University.

Amos was served as a moderator, host and lightning rod in leading community discussions on controversial issues, always treading a middle ground in the pursuit of truth but mindful of the often discounted or ignored voice of his listeners.

He is described as politically powerful and the common man and woman often found a home on Brown’s airwaves, either being grilled or cajoled into sharing their opinions on issues important to the city in general and African-American community in particular.

Amos passed away at age 64 in November 2015 due to a heart attack.