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  • 00:46

    The plight of Black Women in America

    in Politics

    African women and their abuse and intolerance of equality.  The discrimination of Black women in America is so tragic.  Domestic violence, police brutality, Hatred of society, murdered and nobody cares.

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    Are black women that date outside the race 'coons' and 'Negropeans'?

    in Women

    Often there is discussion and studies regarding black women being single, without a mate. Nobody ever tries to bring forth dialogue regarding ending the crisis. Now African American Women Matters have.


    African American men are very liberal about dating outside his race. And is known to be a very staunch supporter of interracial love. I don't have anything against anyone that date outside their race.


    I don't have a problem with black women that date outside of their race. I've heard that the black community isn't really supportive and somewhat ostracize black women that date out. It has been said that the black community is willing to embrace white women as an in-law but not a white male as an in-law. Is this true? If why?


    Should the black community try to be more inclusive to black women involved in interracial relationships. Should African American women become vocal about ending the single black women crisis? So much 'ratchedness' would end if single black women could find a partner. Let's be civil and discuss this topic. If you think AAWM is wrong to bring this topic to the table explain why.


     


     

  • 00:31

    Black American Woman Entrepreneur- Cassandra Bell-Gash

    in Professional

     


    Black Americans have struggled to make a way out of no way for centuries. Faced with rampant racism and discrimination, industrious Black Americans  do for self, launching their own businesses. The number of businesses owned by Black American women grew 322% since 1997, making black females the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States. Women now own 30% of all businesses in the U.S., accounting for some 9.4 million firms. And Black American women control 14% of these companies, or an estimated 1.3 million businesses. The growth in women-owned firms may be due to the lack of fair pay, fair promotion, and family-friendly policies found in corporate America. Women of color are impacted more significantly by all of the negative factors that women face.


    The highest concentrations of black woman-owned businesses are in Georgia, Maryland, and Illinois, but Black American women are launching companies in growing numbers across the country. Cassandra Bell-Gash launched a Medicaid waiver care in North Carolina in 2003 and grew the business into a million-dollar venture only to get sabotaged by bureaucratic mumbo-gumbo that delayed payments and interfered with client services forcing her to close in 2008. No untoward findings were made, but the interference caused Ms. Bell-Gash to close her business and regroup. Bell-Gash is unusual among entrepreneurs of any race or gender in that she employed more than just herself. Black American Women have an incredibly steep incline trying to do two things: one is just to be successful, and the other is to create wealth. Cassandra Bell-Gash relaunched her company, Life Provisions,Inc. (LPI) this Spring 2015 saying she was "delayed, but not detered".


     

  • 03:00

    WHY HATE ON BLACK WOMEN?

    in Entertainment

    WHY DO SOME BLACK MAN HATE ON BLACK WOMEN? I THIS IS A TREND THAT IS HAPPENING MORE AND MORE. I ALSO WANT TO TALK ABOUT CERTAIN COONS THAT JUST HATE THEIR OWN RACE.I WILL DISCUSS WHY TOMMY SOTOMAYOR FEELS I SHOULD BE HIS "YES" MAN AND HIS STUPIDITY ON THE INTERNET. WE WILL REVISIT THE SANDRA BLAND CASE AND DISCUSS THE FACT THAT SHE WAS MURDERED. WHILE WE ARE AT IT WE WILL GO OVER THE WILLIE LYNCH LETTER AND SEE THAT IT IS WORKING ON BLACKS IN THIS DAY AND AGE. THIS IS A LIVE SHOW SO I DON'T KNOW WHAT WILL BE SAID!

  • 00:47

    African-American Women & Hair Shaming (Kirleen Neeley & Briana Flowers Belardo)

    in Women

    Dr. Kirleen Neely joins me today for a talk about African-American Women and Hair Shaming. Joining us is Briana Belardo, owner of Natural Hair Texas. We’re going to be talking about understanding the historical context of hair shaming, the impact the media has had on African-American women and their hair, the current natural hair moment, and Dr. Kirleen’s research to understand the dynamics of this phenomena.  We’re also going to chat about how and IF white women can really be a part of this movement. Tune in to hear more.


    ABOUT PLAID FOR WOMEN:


    Plaid for Women radio is produced to give you information, advice and resources to manage “The Business of Life”. Our goal is to help you achieve your goals, get connected, and be heard. 


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    CONTACT INFO FOR TODAY'S GUEST:


    Kirleen Richardson Neely PhD, LPC-S


    12030 Bandera road #108 Ste. D


    Helotes, TX 78023


    210-523-4200 (office)


    www.richardsoncounseling.com (company) 


    www.drkneely.com (books)


     


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  • Women United

    in Politics

    women stuff

  • 00:46

    Women United

    in Politics

    This episode will discuss the issues related to women and children and the family.  Structural ideaology that hinders women from fully participating in the economy, politics and other decisions in the U.S.

  • 00:28

    Are Black folks a joke?

    in News

    In this episode of Black soul radio PTH Africa love discusses the issue of "Are Black folks a joke?" In today's day and age.


    Follow PTH Africalove on Facebook to stay up to date with Black soul radio and also join our group Black Truth on Facebook.

  • Invest In Black Women Or Move On! With Ken Brisbon

    in Spirituality

    Invest In Black Women Or Move On! With Ken Brisbon tonight on Taboo Talks. We are discussing how black men and black community would really benefit by learning the value of investing in black women in a time when black men take so much from us. These are the thoughts of Ken Brisbon, controversial blogger of TheGameisSoldNot Told.com
    Join in on the convo and call in if you like.
    If a man isn't a part of a solution for a black woman then hes a part of the problem. Do you agree?

  • 00:31

    Black Women and Media

    in Pop Culture

    Representations of black women in today's media.