There’s a divide that exist between indigenous American men and women. It’s a division that wasn’t created by us, but rather, our oppressors, beginning over 250 years ago. It’s their system, a patriarchal one that we’ve bought into, and we’re not the wiser about it. And the results have been staggering when it comes to Negro Indians relating to one another. Thanks to a number of negative factors, the relationship between our women and men is a toxic and adversarial one. We are operating on White Supremacy autopilot, preying on each other and we’re clueless about it. But even though how we relate to each other as reached a critical mass, all is not lost…yet. The time has come for us acknowledge our man/woman issues, so we can then begin to diagnose and ultimately heal ourselves. What can we do find that loving feeling again? How do you feel about the Negro opposite sex? Join me and co-host Niecy Lashelle (The Mocha Masseuse) as we go in-depth on the topic. Join us, and let’s discuss and dialogue. Call (563) 999-3442 and press 1 to enter the conversation.
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