Darryl James

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Darryl James is an award-winning author (“Notes From The Edge,” "Bridging The Black Gender Gap," “Detective’s Affair”), lecturer and filmmaker. His stage play, "Love In A Day," has been running since 2011. He is currently working on his first full-length feature. Darryl James is the author of four books. James is the founder and publisher of Rap Sheet, relaunched in 2014 on www.RapSheet.com. The Bridge Radio is for thinking people! Stay tuned! Also, you can listen to previous shows via iTunes or stream directly from www.BlogTalkRadio.com/DarrylJames

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America is a nation of conflicts and confusion. For example, many people proclaim America to be a Christian nation.And with that proclamation, one would imagine that the so-called "Christians" would seek every opportunity to help... more

THE HEROES OF BLACK HISTORY If you really want to know what scares America, don't fool yourself into thinking it's the Black man with a gun--this nation put them there. The scariest Black Man or Black Woman is the one with... more

It's Black History Month and wherever you are, you should be either studying Black History, or planning to create Black History. Instead of discussing some great achievements by Black men or Black women, I'd like to discuss the great... more

Ferguson set it off for the new century, with riots that launched a worldwide revolution. But some people claim that rioting is a bad thing, that people are "burning their own." Yet, if we look at history, we see tat riots have come from... more

The so-called ?sexual revolution? was a hoax. A revolution is based on radical change and while the goal of the sexual revolution was supposed to be freer thinking about sex and sexuality, Americans are actually less free when it comes... more

At some point, we have to stop claiming that people are "hating" simply because we disagree with them. There is some real hatred out there and we need to fucs. Some of these ignorant cops in America are hateful and that is real. There are... more

2014 was a year to remember. It was the year that Black people woke up and began to push back against a system that marginalizes them and a system that supported the wanton murder of Black people by the police. While police have... more

For most of the Free World, Christmas is a holiday season celebrated more for its shopping, overeating and gift giving than the actual religious significance it once contained. The season is represented by silver and gold adorned trees, as well... more

"Say it Loud/I'm Black & I'm Proud" was the mantra from Soul Brother Number On, James Brown. It was natural and Blacks felt him without even thinking about it. It was an expression of his soul Soul was never truly pursued by Black... more

One thing I have learned well in my life is that there is no need for courage if there is nothing to fear. I take it as part of my duty as an educated and enlightened Black man-to stand in front of young Black boys and young Black... more

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