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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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A great number of African American women are unmarried. That’s scary and unfortunate. But is the answer to turn to men outside of the race? For some Black women--yes. Is it a revolution? Are such dating efforts designed to balance the... more

This show will be dealing with the damaging propaganda that comes from the Feminist Movement. Far beyond equal pay for equal work, this discussion deals with propaganda that goes directly to diminishing female behavior and in many... more

Typically, people date based on whatever they are used to doing, whether it works or not. But dating, like any other venture, has rules and while people make up their own rules, there are some things that work, no matter who you are... more

The perception of many African Americans is that when the police show up in the Black community, they typically create problems, as opposed to solving them and saving people. But, does “Officer Friendly” still exist? Are cops more concerned... more

In the Black community, cops show up and we fear they will create problems. Firefighters show up and we typically see real live superheroes in action. During the 9/11 Disaster, Cops were running out, while Firefighters were running... more

At a time when Blacks should be the most progressive in history, Tyler Perry won’t take off the dress and laughing Negroes won’t stop embarrassing the race. A number of Blacks are progressive with dignity, while some still claim to... more

Bitterness Unbound: Americans haven't always needed to file into the psych office in throngs, but the nation has come to love holding on to the past, creating a nation of bitter, mean, depressed people. There is no quarter of life where this is... more

10/5/09: “Black Hair—Long, short, curly or straight.” Fried, dyed or laid to the side. Real or fake? Black hair, particularly Black female hair has been the subject of controversy since Madame CJ Walker invented the hot comb. Does a perm or... more

9/28/09: “The ‘N’ Word Reloaded.” It is perhaps the ugliest word in the English language and also, perhaps the most transmuted, evolving through history, while still retaining each and every meaning and form. It carries the most pain,... more

The Taboo, Part1: Black Men & White Women. One of the leading reasons given for the paucity of desirable single Black men is the competition single Black women face with white women. While certain sections of large cities and the... more