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Marcia McNair

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This discussion with Larry Montgomery, outspoken Editor of The Community Journal, the oldest African American newspaper on Long Island, deconstructs local and national news topics, ranging from the economy to education, in a... more

Halle or hoochie? Why is there nothing in between? Where are the real black women? And will they please stand up? Today's featured guest is as mad as I am, and he's doing something about it! Umoja (photographer and CEO... more

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

The essays in Memoirs in the Light of Day focus on the transition from childhood and adolescence to adulthood. Editor Margaret Dinzler Shaw and various authors join Marcia McNair for a live reading of excerpts from the anthology.

Actor/Producer Michael Green and Actress/Director Pat Floyd of the Shades of Truth Theater Company in NYC share their plans for the upcoming production of Diary of a Mad Black Feminist: A Collaborative Performance featuring the poetry... more

Michael J. Sandler joins Marcia L. McNair as co-host once again to analyze, debate, and discuss the results of the recent presidential election.

Political analyst and social commentator Michael J. Sandler co-hosts a thought-provoking discussion of the most widely discussed presidential election in American history.

A discussion of the politics of color and the African American caste system with Valerie Auguste-Partin, author of Eye Was Blind, and the director of the film version of the novel, Gilbert Banks (G. Banks Entertainment). Eye Was Blind... more

Host Marcia McNair explains the controversial play, Diary of a Mad Black Feminist, which addresses contemporary social issues from an African American female perspective. Co-writers Anissa Moore and Sista Girl discuss their pieces... more
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