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Darryl James

Darryl James--"The Bridge"


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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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One of the biggest problems with these single Black women who keep going on television is found in the women themselves. They complain about not being able to find a man, but the criteria they use is faulty and based on... more

As the eighteenth anniversary of The 1992 Los Angeles Riots approaches, we should reflect on the conditions which gave birth to one of the most violent outbreaks of domestic civil unrest in recent history. Contrary to popular belief,... more

People who think permissiveness and time outs are the answer for ALL children are damned fools. It only works for kids who won't be too far out of line in the first place. Of course there were problems with corporal punishment in the classroom,... more

The biggest mistake is in believing there is one right way to listen, to talk, to have a conversation - or a relationship. Yet, everyday, people break up or exit the dating process because they can’t communicate. We have difficulties... more

Say the word “gang” to nearly anyone in America and visions of groups of violent young Black men will be conjured up. Racism? Perhaps. But the marketing of the urban lifestyle via rap music has given the face of gangs and ebony hue. This... more

Domestic Violence is a horrible crime against the institution of family. It is most often perpetuated against women, but is also perpetrated against men and children. This show will discuss the co-dependent relational behaviors that help... more

March is Women’s History Month. In honor of the month, The Bridge Radio will focus on the oft ignored history of Black Women. From the Queens of Africa and Harriet Tubman freeing slaves via the Underground Railroad, to the millionaire... more

People of all races love many things about being Black, and they take those things, trying to make them their own, while too many of us look at ourselves with disdain. I believe that Black people need to change our minds about us and... more

Manhood is neither conditional, nor situational. It is a constant. While a number of men are emerging to defend manhood from the assault by angry, bitter women in the media, there are a number of activities that too many men engage in... more

We often hear that chivalry is dying or dead, and many of us have no idea why. Modern chivalry worked fairly well before the contemporary women’s rights movement when women began to reject traditional roles and behavior, including... more