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A dynamic talk show that discusses topics from an educated, conservative Black perspective-debunking ghettoized stereotypes. A show for contrarian people of ALL ethnicities. Afronerd Radio airs regularly on Wednesday at 7:30pm eastern. And for even more discourse Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse, highlighting sci fi, fantasy and pop culture airs every Saturday at 6pm eastern.

Upcoming Broadcasts

Salutations, Konichiwa and Howdy to all of our logtime and future listeners! Welcome to a new episode of The Mid Week in Review, courtesy of The Afronerd Radio machine airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm (EST). Join us for another funky fact finding mission when multi talented neo-Ragtime songstress, Dessy DiLauro stops by to discuss her upcoming sophomore album, This is Neo-Ragtime, vol.2. Just what is Neo Ragtime/Neo harlem Renaissance and how can we get this nostalgic redux groove to the masses? And there's still more show, folks! Additional topics to be covered are: after the fallout over actress, Michelle Rodriguez' White vs minority superhero representation comments, an op-ed piece by Joseph Illidge (Verge Ent., Milestone Media) for Comic Book Resources provides further clarification on the issue; in a recent Rolling Stones interview, Madonna raises eyebrows and ires by equating ageism with racism-do you agree?; Dburt reviews Will Smith latest cinematic effort, Focus and lastly, and regrettably, we discuss the illogic of MSNBC's Dr. Melissa Harris Perry's profanity laced doggerel supporting Trayvon Martin-"I hope Trayvon whopped the sh__t out of George Zimmerman." Oh boy. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. NOT THE SHOW TO MISS!
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We're back in full effect with new programming, new topics and a new discourse. Join Dburt & Capt. Kirk as they use their analytical microscopes to shed light on the following topics: a long overdue discussion regarding the erecting of... more

Hello Folks! We're back from a summer hiatus and get back into the internet broadcasting game. I have definitely missed broadcasting but we will get things back on track. Part of the Afronerd.com conservative recalibration entails a new... more

Does Hip Hop Culture Impede Black Progress? Our guest this Sunday will attempt to answer this question. Author/journalist, Thomas Chatterton Williams stops by to discuss his latest literary effort, Losing My Cool: How a Father's Love and... more

We ran out of time yesterday so it's time for par deux! A bit more on the Howard Stern vs Jamie Foxx vs Oprah vs Gabby Sidibe issue; Rev. Sharpton's recent National Action Network event in Harlem-NYC; Bill O'Reilly explains why he is... more

It's definitely time to get back to business! Afronerd Radio returns for another fiery broadcast after a month plus long hiatus. Join us as we discuss and bring heavy analysis to the following topics: the stalled Jamie Foxx vs Howard Stern beef... more

Join Dburt as he interviews author Ytasha Womack pertaining to her latest literary effort, "Post Black: How a New Generation Is Redefining African American Identity" and award winning blogger and self described Black Rock Evangelist,... more

Next week we will definitely be back on the regular Sunday schedule, but we will be broadcasting tonight at (7pm ET) to discuss and analyze the following: Tiger Woods' public apology aired this past Friday; how some media outlets (both... more

The topics to be discussed: a few more words on John Mayer; Sarah Palin's "professorial" pejorative remarks being aimed at President Obama; the connection between Palin and the decline in Black student enrollment in prestigious NYC... more

Join us as we discuss the following: John Mayer's racially confused and insensitive remarks from Playboy magazine; Japanese snowboarder, Kazuhiro Kokubo, gets reprimanded (and rightfully so....) by Olympic officials for wearing... more

Topics to be discussed: Haiti and Pat Robertson; Rush Limbaugh channeling Harry Reid regarding "light and dark skinned Black folk" becoming more enamored with President Obama if he helps Haiti (wow...); Gilbert Arenas'... more

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