Created and run by Black Students' Union members, The Ghetto was a soul-music radio show that gained popularity in the Cambridge/Boston area. Show creators Waayl Ahmad Salih ’72, SM/EAA ‘73 (aero-astro major and future physician) and James “JC” Clark ’76, SM '81 named The Ghetto radio show after Donny Hathaway’s 1970 song. Their faculty advisor was longtime MIT electrical-engineering professor Amar Bose ‘51, founder of the Bose company.
McNamee, Mike. "The Ghetto: Five Years of Black Radio." The Tech Vol. 94, No. 17 (11 April, 1975).