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Shalom everyone, i originally was supposed to do a show on Naturalization, voting and why we as Blacks don't express or utilize the natural rights of being a American Citizen that others flock here from other countries to enjoy and covet. Instead I will be playing clips and commenting on a book I just bought based off having listened to a radio show.
Everyone should know by bnow that i created this show for the North American Black woman to tell (our) true story of how we have been being treated correction mis-treated over here in North America better known as Hell, Hades aka The Underworld while the Media, our men and the international community has painted us all as gold digging, whores and sluts who are trying ever so hard to be white women because of how much we hate ourselves.
While I will not deny that there may be some truth to all of the above epitets, what is not known is (how) we got (reduced) to all of those very demeaning, negative and degrading labels as well as images of crackheads, beasties and gregariously loud, loose women.
There are so many players who played a part and had a hand in making us that way who somehow are allowed to walk amongst us and dress themselves up in the garments of respectabilty and reverence while at the same time really being MONSTERS children are never allowed to escape from.
Trust me, you dont want to miss this show. Especially if you are a Sister who has survived rape X 9, neglect and abuse but are still alive to talk about it and can still laugh, love and hold your head up high and be a blessing to another surviver sister. When it is alluded to that Black Women are the STRONGEST species of woman on the earth, it is only because of our ability to overcome and endure that which have completely broken and or DESTROYED other women.
~ Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show # 41 ~
~10-19-14~interview Actor/designer/director ~ Hollywood~
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What does it mean to be post-racial? Does the election of President Obama prove that we as a country have moved beyond race? Is it our job as minorities to educate white people about our culture? Should black nationalist groups be considered hate groups alongside white nationalist groups? Is racism really over? These are just a few of the questions MC Brooks and Noa Jones will be exploring in the newest show of “The Breakbeat” on Tuesday, October 21st at 7PM CST/8PM EST.
We’re baaaaaack! Back from a brief summer hiatus, The Breakbeat is returning to the air on Tuesday, September 30th @ 7pm/8pm (CST/ET)! Join Noa (Athena) and MC Brooks, and our guest Vett Jones as we discuss our lingering 80s/90s nostalgia, Black Nerd Culture, and black and Latino video-game and fantasy/scifi escapism.
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Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show # 40 ~
10-12-14 Interview Kim Ewart ~ Paisley Nightmare Band~
..Singer/songwriter/guitarist ..Oakland Ca.
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