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Delivering conscious commentary on issues affecting our community and businesses, as well as events happening on a social, political and global scale. Broadcasting live every 1st and 3rd Sunday morning of each month from 10am to 11am eastern standard time. www.BlackPillRadio.com

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This broadcast is about homelessness, affordable housing, and mental health issues as it relates to homelessness. Our panel will share their personal experiences with being homeless, as well as how they are battling these issues... more

Our panelist share advice for Black Men about family, business, health, education, spirituality, and more. Our panelist will speak about their life experiences with being raised by black men, working with black men, dating black men, being in... more

In today's climate of being politically correct, the gender wars, and the women's movement, many people are feeling pressured to choose sides. Yet the issues and events that we are all currently having to deal with and that are playing... more

Should Black women have a women's rights movement that is separate from White women? Are both groups of women speaking as one group or are there differences in the needs and wants that make it necessary for Black women to... more

This broadcast features a panel of women who will share their wisdom with and give advice to young black girls. We will discuss education, health, finances, family, and more. Our panel consists of women who are moms and who work in... more

This broadcast features a panel consisting of Directors, Writers, Producers and Actors who make up part of the Black Diaspora of independent filmmakers. We will discuss the future of Black Cinema regarding films that are... more

Our panel of educators will discuss some classroom strategies as it relates to our black children, regarding class work, homework, discipline, dealing with parents, other teachers, and the educational bureaucracy. What are some changes that... more

Educators, childcare providers, and parents discuss the importance of having black and Afrocentric based schools where our children can learn about who they are, where they are coming from, and how they can use... more

During this live broadcast, our panelist will discuss what their podcasts are about and why your podcast is essential to the Black community. We will talk about why radio and video podcasts are the preferred media for our community. We... more

Women in the music industry panel is about being an independent music artist in an industry that is dominated by men. The panel will consist of female music artists who are seasoned veterans and newcomers to the music industry. They... more

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