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MIXED RACE RADIO ~ WEDNESDAY APRIL 4, 2012 FROM 12:00PM – 12:30PM
WON'T YOU JOIN US as we discuss Biracial Bullying with Carole O’Brien, manager and trainer with Prevent Child Abuse NJ
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On today's episode of Mixed Race Radio we will discuss Biracial Bullying and those instances when children are being bullied due to the color of their skin, the texture of their hair, the color of their eyes or the accent heard when they speak. Using an article that highlights a bullying incident that occurred recently in a Carbondale, PA school, we will be discussing what bullying is and whether race has anything to do with it. Joining me today is Carole O’Brien, a manager and trainer with Prevent Child Abuse NJ.
So we want to hear from you if you are a: 1) school principal or administrator who can provide insight on the policy and procedures that exist to protect children 2) policy maker who is looking to obtain real life/real time situations that affect everyone 3) teacher who is affected by the bullying that takes place in the classroom and feel powerless to stop it or empowered to do something about it 4) guidance counselor or social worker who can inform the audience about services that exist inside and outside of the classroom that can empower and educate parents, caregivers or family members 5) community activist who has an opinion or is taking action on this subject.
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He promised you change but not the change you thought it was going to be join me the truth dr and astro black and queen hashepsut while we break down the change that has you broker than ever with no political representation with a man of color in the so called highest office ....
Racism has been an issue since the beginning of time or has it? Some say racism is an excuse, some say forgive yet, never forget. Some say, enough already and move on... Shouldn't all races be held accountable for slavery? And, shouldn't we all be accounable for racisms survival? One would think we've come so far still, we still have so far to go. Are we doing our due diligence to create change. We can not in one sense elect a biracial President and somehow decide 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue via Google is now considered "Nigger House" by the definition of nigger, it's ineffective and frankly niggerly. It's not what your called, it's what you answer too.
On Today’s episode of Mixed Race Radio, we will meet Anna Bowen, a biracial actor, singer, and writer who has worked professionally for the past fifteen years. She is the author of “Me+You: Love & Other Various Emotions,” a non-fiction book of interviews that was published in March of this year.
In “Me+You,” Anna interviewed 21 different couples from all over the country. "Me+You" is a compilation of these heartfelt interviews and gives a voice to couples ranging from thirty to eighty-seven years old about their love, commitment, hardships and why they decided to spend their lives together.
Anna is currently interviewing people for her next book: “Being Biracial.” She is interviewing biracial people of all races and ages about their identity. “Being Biracial” will attempt to discover how biracial people identify themselves in a society that tries to pigeonhole them to one specific race.
Anna is in the middle of the interview process right now, so if you would like to be interviewed please contact her after the show. CASTING CALL!!!!
As a performer, Anna has toured the United States and Europe, working with legends such as Patti Labelle, Nile Rogers, Dionne Warwick, Tom Jones, Slash and Mickey Dolenz. She has been seen on television in “Mixology,” "Law and Order", "As The World Turns" and "Castle." She can be seen around Los Angeles singing with the "Overstreets New Orleans Jazz Band" and at Rockwell Table and Stage performing in the "For The Record" concert series.
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(CNN)Rachel Dolezal -- fresh off of stepping down as head of the Spokane NAACP chapter over criticism that she's portrayed herself as black, even though she was born white -- stood by that self-assessment Tuesday, insisting, "I identify as black."
Dolezal did not deny her biological parents are white or that she has changed how she looks at herself over the years in an interview on NBC's "Today" show. And she admitted not having corrected various published reports over the years labeling her as transracial, biracial and black.
At the same time, Dolezal -- while admitting she might have conducted some interviews differently -- insisted she'd do the same thing again overall when it comes to how she has portrayed herself racially.
CNN's Ed Payne, Dana Ford, Alyssa Jackson, Ray Sanchez, Ashley Fantz, Stephanie Elam, Paul Vercammen, Gary Tuchman, Tony Marco and Ralph Ellis contributed to this report.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they discuss this and other important topics on this weeks edition of Zaiyahs House.
The subject of colorism within the black community is orginated back in slavery. The slavemaster would rape African women and produce biracial children. The children were lighter skin tone and was treated better than darker slaves. The slavemaster established colorism but in 2015 we are still dealing with this issue. We are all black at the end of the day but this issue can't die. I notice colorism is more of a issue with the women in our community. We need to explore this issue on the show tonight.
Born in Indianapolis, Indiana the daughter of Bishop Zack Daring, D.D. and Dr. Brenda Darring, she was reared in the church in a Pentecostal background. Her love for music started at the tender age of 3 when she was a member of the “Sugar Plum Choir” at Christ Church Apostolic under the leadership of the late Bishop James E. Tyson. Her father and mother later branched off with the blessing of Bishop Tyson and the Christ Church family and started their own church; Crusaders for Christ Pentecostal Temple. It was there that Zackalyn was reared in leadership. She was the church organist and Minister of Music. Her parents taught her to be proud of her biracial heritage and Zackalyn lived in Michigan for the past 19 years. And has recently moved to the Greater Atlanta, GA area to start a ministry the Lord has called her and her husband to. (The Remnant Church)
In 2013 she launched her campaign to introduce to the world Project Z. Project Z encompasses the various talents and abilities of Zackalyn. Singer, Songwriter, Model, Actress, and Motivational Speaker. The multitalented Zackalyn is known across the US for her ability to inspire and uplift those that she comes in contact with. She has a heart for people and is passionate about everything she goes to do. She is using her music and her life experiences to be a positive motivating force in the world today. . There is always a message built in; “With God, ALL things are possible!” One of Zackalyn’s favorite sayings is, “Stop looking for a Miracle, and BE the Miracle”. There’s so much more to come. Fasten your seat beats and prepare to be uplifted. Project Z has officially taken off on the runway…..
Sometimes in our fast paced world it’s difficult to imagine our communities of the past. Historian Rui Santos detailed an average trip by horse and carriage from Boston to Plymouth in the 1830s lasting some 10 hours. Fifty years later a new form of transportation would take center stage: the bicycle.
And it was during that time period between 1880 and 1900 that the intersection of race, athleticism and cycling came to mean new forms of freedom and expression.
Lorenz Finison’s remarkable new book, Boston’s Cycling Craze paints the landscape of how a host of visionaries took to the streets and byways … all for the glory of the bicycle. Black, White, Asian and Biracial…they are all in the book and all chronicled in detail during these pioneer years of cycling.
Come explore with us as we turn back the clocks to the golden age of bicycles during and era worth noting in the annuls of American history.
Is there any significance to knowing who you are beyond your hue?
Kentronn Malmadh will dive into this topic on 'The Truth Is NOW' Radio Show this April 7th, 2015 at 9:00 PM EST. Call 646.378.0516 to listen and ask questions LIVE!
In this podcast, we will discuss the concept of race versus tribe, and why colorism might be a trap for our people. We will cover tribalism, lineage, and nationality from a scriptural point of view. Learn the way that "black people" define themselves across the globe, and find out why the Negro is so much more than the color of his skin.
ISLAMIC HOUSE OF ISRAEL PRESENTS 'THE TRUTH IS NOW' WITH KENTRONN MALMADH!
"RACE VS. TRIBALISM," APRIL 7, 2015 @ 9:00 PM EST
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Join host Ola Jackson on Monday, April 6, at 11:30 - 12:00 pm (est) for a candid conversation about issues facing women of color. Whether they are topics trending in the media, in business; or career and lifestyle matters. Also, listen in on our future segments for the single ladies. You'll also enjoy our, Your Stylish Ways, style tips.
Joining me for the kickoff of our new show is Tara Sherry-Torres, founder of Cafe Con Leche. Cafe Con Leche connects the Pittsburgh Latino community, promotes Latino culture in Pittsburgh and creates a space for dialogue and creative problem solving. In 2010, Tara graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master's degree in Social Work with a concentration in Community Organizing. She is a 2014 Pittsburgh Magazine 40 Under 40 recipient and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 2015 People to Meet.
A Professional speaker, businesswoman, blogger and life strategist, Dionna Rojas. Dionna is married to an Hispanic man and is the proud mom of two biracial children. Her business brings practical and inspirational insights to clients who are working to improve their purpose, parenting, and career transitions. A born social worker and social entrepreneur, she is focused on transforming biblical principles and life experiences into strategies that enhances and improves individual lives.
About our host: Ola Jackson is the founder of OWN: Onyx Woman Network, for 24 years her business has been a voice and given a voice to women of color via a magazine, a television talk show, a blog, conferences and public relations and marketing services. She is also the Creator of NEW: New Evolving Women, they create media content aimed at women of color. If you would like to be a guest, or have show ideas, contact us at; firstname.lastname@example.org. See more at: www.thenewnetworktv.com
Love is and will always be COLORBLIND………..
Still rolling on with our 2nd anniversary & Women’s Herstory Month…….In this episode, join host Rikki R. Jones and her guest blogger/podcaster & return ORIGINAL H&F guest, Michelle Calloway of http://www.theswirlworld.com/ as they discuss COLORBLIND SWIRL WORLD Life & Love……
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