dburt aka Afronerd

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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 & Sunday at 7pm eastern. The Comic Shoppe featuring Daryll B which highlights sci fi, fantasy and pop culture airs Tuesday at 7pm eastern.

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Dburt interviews noted playwright, director and producer, Shelly Garrett this Sunday at 7pm eastern. For those in the (theatrical) know, Mr. Garrett is known for creating such plays as: Beauty Shop, You're Gonna Make Me... more

Join the Afronerd team as they interview author/educator, Garrard McClendon to discuss his book, "Ax or Ask-The African-American Guide To Better English." Later during this broadcast further analysis will be brought to the recent "trash"... more

Join us this Sunday to discuss yesterday's Battlestar Galactica finale. We may also address the larger question of minority representation in the science fiction genre (or the lack thereof). In addition, we will discuss the following: First Lady,... more

Join Mr. Starks and Dburt as they discuss the following: analyzing Dr. Michael Eric Dyson's appearance on last night's broadcast of Real Time With Bill Maher; Mike Steele steps in it again with his alleged stance on abortion rights;... more

As usual Mr. Starks and I have a lot on our collective conservative plates, so let's get into it! Join us as we discuss the following: our dismay at RNC chairman Michael Steele's apology to Rush Limbaugh; Snoop Dog's appearance at the... more

Dburt and Mr. Starks inteview noted educator and legend, Marva Collins founder of Chicago's Westside Preparatory School. For the second half of the broadcast, we analyze the following: more skin tone madness in the US and abroad;... more

Mr. Starks and Dburt take out their conservative microscopes and scalpels to pontificate on the following: Our new attorney general's recent comments on alleged US cowardice regarding race relations (he does know that his boss is... more

Join Mr. Starks and Dburt when they interview filmmaker and documentarian, Raymond Gayle. Mr. Gayle's celluloid effort, Electric Purgatory highlights the trials and tribulations of men and women of color who choose to perform music that... more

Join Mr. Starks and I as we interview controversial director Tim Alexander regarding the recent DVD release of his film, Diary of A Tired Black Man. In addition, we will try to fit in the following: GOPAC chairman Michael Steele's... more

A previous guest and supporter, Nikia Phoenix stops by to talk about her career, trials and tribulations in the modeling industry. Mr. Starks and Dburt will discuss the following: our personal post inaugural angst (i.e. the "My President is... more