The animus and disconnect between Indigenous Negro women and men in the way we relate to each other is at an all-time high. And the gap is widening. It appears we have bought in to the divide-and-conquer tactics created for us by the Brotherhood. As a result, we are fast becoming adversaries more than we are allies. The fallout from the contentious relationship between Negro Indian women and men has us staggering to find each other and ourselves. There are a lot of factors that contribute to the vitriolic way in which we relate to each other. Join me and guests Niecy Lashelle, Ecclesiastes Raiford and Darlene Dale as we dialogue in a roundtable discussion. It’s time to air out our grievances, from the bedroom to the spiritual realm. Join the conversation (563) 999-3442 and press 1.
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