Mightier Than A Sword wX John Green

Mightier Than A Sword w/ John Green

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To have your thoughts, views and opinions heard you can call 718-508-9533 Are men responsible for impregnating women and if so does that mean women are powerless and have no voice or choice in deciding to become a mother? Even if... more

Men's sexual pursuit area is 2.5 times larger than the one in the female brain: If a man has multiple children by multiple women do you find this behavior to be natural, irresponsible or rationale? Are women driven by biological and natural... more

It seems to me that there exists a great deal of importance in the African-American community on hair, one article states that we are spending a half a trillion dollars on hair care and weaves: Is this the cost of beauty? When... more

If Black women are angry as some would say and even at times depicted in media does this anger have any legitimacy based on their experiences?

This show will discuss how values and traditions shape how we view life. What is culture and how does it influence us?

What are your thoughts about damaging the reputation and lives of people by selling information like the Ray Rice video tape for a quick buck, would you do it? Is there an unhealthy balance in our desire to have money, power and... more

When trying to understand the victim of domestic violence, and it is asked why does she keep going back is this blaming the victim for the physical abuse? When men are confronted physically by their female partner is this seen a domestic... more

Female ministers find obstacles on path to pulpit: Can our religious institutions benefit from having a woman's perspective in pastoral leadership, do women lead differently from men? In your estimation do you find individuals who use religious... more

Today we will raise questions surrounding the shooting death of Michael Brown, another case of police brutality or the nature of law enforcement: Why do you think many African-Americans are more likely to perceive this incident as police... more

A year ago we spoke with a few high school students and ask them about their thoughts about dress and image. How Black youths are perceived by others within the community and outside. A year after Trayvon Martin the nation is... more

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