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SISTAS ON FIRE: THE RADIO SHOW

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Host Marcia McNair welcomes progressive poet extraordinaire, PATTI TANA. Tana is a Professor of English at Nassau Community College and Associate Editor of Long Island Quarterly. She is the author of seven books of poetry, most... more

This intimate glimpse into the cyber love life of two passionately opinionated African American women is as addictive as eavesdropping. An excerpt from the novel E-Males, the cast includes Shamaya Crayton as Ebony, With LaCroix as... more

America’s Dirty Little Secret: Homeless Families Rising food and fuel costs, a lack of affordable housing, unemployment and foreclosures have changed the face of homelessness in America. Who are the homeless? Contrary to popular myth,... more

DMBF host Marcia McNair interviews beloved poet and writer Dr. Lindamichellebaron. As an author and poet, Dr. Lindamichellebaron’s books include: The Sun Is On (listed as a recommended book for New York State... more

This intimate glimpse into the cyber love life of two passionately opinionated African American women is as addictive as eavesdropping. An excerpt from the novel E-Males, the cast includes Shamaya Crayton as Ebony, With LaCroix as... more

In celebration of the first professional production of DMBF, the play, by Shades of Truth Theatre Co., host Marcia McNair reads unedited selections from the play. Don't miss this chance to hear the original, uncut versions of "Dead, But Not... more

"October 16th" is one of the few films which examines the affect of the war in Iraq on African Americans. Independent filmmaker Keith Robinson,www.Orangepealmedia.org, discusses his award-winning film as well... more

Host Marcia McNair and co-writer of DMBF, Sista Girl, discuss their controversial play, which is currently under production with Shades of Truth Theatre Company in NYC. Why are they mad? Listen and find out.

DMBF Host Marcia McNair welcomes Valerie Auguste-Partin for a live reading of her poetry as well as an intimate discussion of the poet's life and work.

This intimate glimpse into the cyber love life of two passionately opinionated African American women is as addictive as eavesdropping. An excerpt from the novel E-Males, the cast includes Shamaya Crayton as Ebony, With LaCroix as... more
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