If you haven't guessed it, it's the MWIR (Mid Week in Review) podcast-airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm and powered by the Afronerd Radio Machine! Join your hosts, Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they unpack about the following topics: a recent New York Times piece highlights not only about the recent sale of Johnson Publishing but also how the Black media in the aggregate may be on life support; hat tip goes to AtlantaBlackStar.com for their focus on a Ghanaian company investing 9 million to save a Chicago Black bank and how African to African-American business partnerships should be a "no-brainer."; Scottish actress, Louise Linton gets critiqued by many Zambians for untruths and exaggerations stemming from her memoir, In Congo's Shadow: One Girl's Perilous Journey to the Heart of Africa (more Tarzan tropes?); Dburt connects the dots between some delineated sadist acts that occurred during US slavery in designated sex farms and racially themed cuckolding that occurs thanks to cyberspace; Google adds its first Black board member; MSNBC news correspondent, Brian Williams thought that President Obama channeled the late comedian, Richard Pryor (huh?) while campaigning for Sec. Clinton and lastly, The Daily Beast places its lens on little known stories of African American involvement during the American Revolution. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
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