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Please join us Sunday 10AM CST/11AM EST as we discuss negative, racist black stereotypes and the people who perpetuate them.
We will discuss the brilliant article written by Raina in depth.
Why is it acceptable in the secular community when negative stereotypes and caricatures of the black community (religious and otherwise) are presented to them?
Is it acceptable if black atheists perpetuate the stereotypes while attempting to pathologize the community that they claim that they want to help?
Is speaking at all white conferences considered activism nowadays?
Are black atheists silence on issues of racism, social justice, sexism, etc. being purchased with the promises of speaking engagements, etc.?
This and more on Sunday.
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Let's talk about dance tonight!
Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes Kanu Dance Theater members Jessica St-Vil Ulysse and Maxine Montilus. Kanu Dance Theater will bring us the dance concert 'Malgré Tout" in Jamaica, Queens, NY on November 15 in honor of Bataille de Vertières.
Keeping with the Haitian dance theme, we will also be joined by Nadia Dieudonné who will tell us about her dance workshop at Cumbe in Brooklyn this Saturday at 5PM.
Learn more at www.kiskeacity.com.
Tonight @ 8pm 'The Rundown with Renee' on Yo Momma Black Radio will discuss homosexual Black men & their ironic "relationship" with the Black woman. Renee will break it down in detail, & speak directly to the Black woman & the Black community, on why gay Black men & Black women can't be friends. As ALWAYS Renee & co-host Brotha Dahwah will be DIRECT & NOT POLITICALLY CORRECT!!! If you are sensitive, & easily offended, you may wantto skip the show!! This will be a HOTT one, & if you'd like to get in on the topic, Listen/Comment/Question @ (929) 477-3763.. or click the link!
We have all heard the bad news about Black economics. From high unemployment rates to low income rates it seems like there is no end to problems, but there are very little solutions. That is what we are going to talk about tonight. How do we put this ship back on course? How do we turn around our communities to make them places where we want to live?
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Join me, Shawn Hill and my new co-host Louiseza Sanderson as we tackle this tough subject. I am an author, speaker and talk show host. I am also the founder of BlackWealthCreation.com. My wife and I work to help others achieve financial freedom. We work primarily with women to show them how to create an income from home so that they can spend more time with their families. Contact me on Facebook at my fan page BlackWealthCreation.
Louiseza Sanderson is a business consultant, writer, and founder of MindYourBlackBusiness.com. As a consultant and a small business owner herself, Louiseza came to realize that while there were many small business resources there were few that provided a platform for micro and small Black owned businesses. The vision of Mind Your Black Business is to help businesses grow and prosper. Follow her on Twitter.
With best-selling mysteries like “Devil in a Blue Dress” among his more than three dozen books, Walter Mosley is a master of crime fiction who knows how to put his characters into tight, scary situations. In “Lift,” his new drama of suspense that begins performances This Fall at Crossroads Theater Company in New Brunswick!
Join The Gist of Freedom and Guest Host, Actor Haas Manning for a discussion with Dr. Ishmael Griffin, President of Crossroads Theater.
Crossroads is a black owned and operated theater! www.blackHistoryblog.com on iTunes WWW.BlackHistoryUniversity.com
The writer traps two strangers within an urban nightmare: Inside a damaged elevator that is stuck high up in a burning skyscraper.
Disturbing undertones of Sept. 11 aside, Mr. Mosley said his dramatic fiction was mostly about revealing the inner lives of the characters who are grappling with such terrors. “They are those average-looking people you see beside you every day who have interesting back stories that you wouldn’t ever suspect,” he said in a telephone interview from his home in Brooklyn.
On the heels of the Ferguson verdict this is the hot debate in the Black Community. Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year and can make or break many retailers. In protest many Black consumers have decided to boycott Black Friday to show the power of the Black Dollar. I have expressed my opinion here Why I do NOT think Blacks should boycott Black Friday, but I want to hear from you. Let's talk about it.
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Queen MoJo and King Peter bring the B,L.A.S.T. Black Life and Survival Training show to Proud Black Me Radio Sunday Nights at 8PM. As protests and demonstrations continue in the aftermath of the grand jury decisions regarding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, the community gives their views about the movement and how we grow and move forward with change. Celbrities and athletes such as Kobe Bryant and Lebron James have shown their support, but what does it all mean?. Log on or Call in to listen or discuss with us!
This episode of "Stage Right" looks at the 2012 Republican Theater Festival in Philadelphia. What were the plays produced? Were the actos/playwrights conservatives? What's the difference between "Republican" and "Conservative"? Most importantly: how did they get away with it? Can we reproduce such festivals all over the country? And--can we get to a point where we do not have to? Join us as we applaud the bravery of Cara Blouin, the festival producer.
There are tons of discussions about feminism but very few black people actually know what it is about. Most have never read a book about it or even understand its history. The word itself has been used as a weapon against black women as a way of insulting them and making them feel as if they are not loyal to the race if they define themselves as feminists. The images of a group of anti male, masculine type, women who are all lesbians, springs to mind whenever the word feminism is brought up. Black women especially, have been conditioned to believe that the mythology around the word feminism makes it something they should refuse to be associated with. They havve bought into the stigmatization of the word itself, wtihout ever having even read one book about it. Black males are even worse, as they will continue to spread lies about this area of activism and any correct information about it is immediately dismissed as being "anti-black". This episode will explore the history of black feminism, how it came about, what it really is and why there is a fear of it. It will serve to inform and dispel the myths associated with black feminism and give one an insight into why it is more vital than ever to ensure that black women and men work to further its aims.
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