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Rejoining Terry Boi, Ina Anthony and Michelle Brown on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 8:30PM EST/7:30PM CST for this pre-Mother's Day Show are new parents Jonica and Nkenge Jazz Burkhead. Jonica and Nkenge were our guests in January sharing their story of growing their family via IVF. Now that little Johan has arrived. The new parents are back to talk about life with baby – the birth, each of their experience with maternity/parental leave and work, the joys and challenges and how big brother Patrick is doing with baby Johan.Also joining us will be L and Sharron Dorris proud parents of son Jeremiah Dorris. Their story is unique because L and Sharron work with children shelters. After watching how these children live, L and Sharron decided that they wanted to give a child all the love they knew they could give, so they decided to adopt. Jeremiah came into their lives and his happy and warm personality stole their hearts and the rest is history. Jeremiah was adopted in 2014 and if you see the pictures posted by the proud parents you know Jeremiah is at home.CWT4R will open the lines during the last half-hour of the show so that you can share your special tribute/remembrance of your mother. Let's tell the women we call momma/mother whether blood or not how much we love them and what they mean or meant to our lives. Remember some mommas were aunts, grandmothers, and sisters. Read a letter, say a poem or just say I LOVE YOU.
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Can We Talk for REAL welcomes Joi Rhone as we shift the conversation in Black History Month to Spirituality and Sexuality. Joi Rhone is a powerful, inspirational speaker that will join co-host, Ina, Michelle and Terry, Wednesday Night Feb 18,... more

CWT4R will discuss with Dr. Rhue the movie SELMA and how the character Bayard Rustin who was one of Dr. Kings' advisors was portrayed. We will ask Dr Rhue to explain how important Bayard Rustin was to the civil rights movement... more

This year, February 7, 2015 marks the 15th year for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day (NBHAAD). This is a national HIV testing and treatment community mobilization initiative targeted at Blacks in the United States and the... more

The documentary ?For Faith, For Love, Forever? explores the debate on same-sex marriage in the African-AmeTrican community and its inclusion of the black church. Despite media portrayals suggesting complete... more

Russell D. Roybal, Deputy Director of External Affairs at the National LGBTQ Task Force will join CWT4R. This year marks the 27th year that the National LGBTQ Task Force will present Creating Change, the premier annual organizing... more

When we talk about being a family in the LGBTQ Community we start a whole different type of conversation. Family in our community could mean two mothers and two fathers but the questions that are being asked more then not is:... more

It's a new year and like so many of you Terry, Ina and Michelle have made resolutions. So we will tell you ours if you tell us yours. Let's talk about why do people make New Year resolutions? Okay so did you say that you want to lose... more

2014 is coming to a close and all over the country organizations are gearing up for their Year End Ask. Some organizations are not large but community based, take care of youth, seniors, and the disabled, defend the weak and support the... more

Coming back to CWT4R are HIV/AIDS Activist Felix and Paula Sirls. HIV/Aids is still living strong in our community taking our parents, children, friends and our intimacy. For so many years there have been warriors in our community that... more

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of those whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence. TDOR was started by transgender advocate... more

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