Let's just get to the topics, folks! Literally, straight with no chaser. It's the Mid Week in Review (MWIR) as engineered by Afronerd Radio Machine Works airing Wednesdays at 7:30pm ET. Join your hosts Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they decipher this week's topical hieroglyphics: Dburt delves into Netflix' new series, Dear White People and shares his opinion (in a nutshell-it's a dated Spike Lee remix that "tripped" into being timely); with global aggression being par for the course coupled with and North Korea's taunting-is a World War with nuclear armaments imminent?; and just what was President Trump really tryng to say with his ahistorical references to Andrew Jackson and the Civil War? (really....what was he trying to say?); was a Florida prinicpal really longing for the "good old days" in her email suggesting the separation of Black and White students?; and in a week rewind segment, we address the fallout with Black owned beauty company, Shea Moisture and it's perceived expansion into the White mainstream to the exclusion of their core patrons, Black women; and in additional rewind/fallout news, actor Jesse Williams might lose his appeal with Black women based on his impending divorce (and his subsequent dating of actress, Minka Kelly); Dburt asserts that retired athlete/business owner/sports manager, LaVar Ball, despite his bravado might be on to something revolutionary regarding his athletic son(s) and their Big Baller Brand (BBB) imprint ; revisiting the incredible story of Haben Girma, Eritrean-American woman, who was the first blind and deaf person to graduate Harvard Law (2013). And lastly, a White veteran newscasters loses her gig by calling herself the n-word (say what?). Call the hosts LIVE at 646-915=9620.
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