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Street Talk is an open forum for women and men ages 18-35 to discuss life situations. Single mothers, divorced man and women, teenage mothers, jobs, and other life issues. No judgement, just friends talking
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My Sister My Friend is here to uplift, undergurd and provide information to all women of all nationalities. We want to provide resources and provide a platform for women to express and share their ideas with other women

Minister Yvette Powers is this weeks blog talk radio guest. She will be discussing how she ministers in the heart of downtown Dallas Tx. to the homless men and women. Help Change A Life

Discussing life issues

A Kingdom Call…...asking God to fill you with the knowledge of His will through all spiritual wisdom and understanding.... in order that you may live a life worthy of the Lord, and may please Him in every way: bearing fruit in every... more

MoJo Blog Talk Radio..Topic: Becoming That Total Woman. Join us on the Mojo Blog Talk Radio as we welcome Mechelle McKelphin the Chair of LYLAS- Love You Like A Sister- Non- Profit Organization. Let's discuss the different roles we... more

My Sister My Friend is here to uplift, undergurd and provide resources and information to all women of all nationalities.We want to provide a place for women to express their ideas and share with other women.

Shon, from Alanta,GA, will be talking about his program to help young troubled youth. Shon has a DVD that he has starred and produced called, "Back to the Block". Also jioning us will be, Steffond a former NBA Player, speaking on... more

Street Talk is an open forum for women and men ages 18-35 to discuss life situations. Single mothers, divorced man and women, teenage mothers, jobs, and other life issues. No judgement, just friends talking

MoJo Blog Talk Radio our topic for tonights show is "Anything you can do I can do better." Does it seem as women that we do more than men? Do men have it easier than women? Is there any way to keep the responsibiities 50/50? If you... more

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