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The radio show "What Black Women Really Think" covers an array of social issues and current events. Tune in each Sunday as an intimate group of African-American women discuss issues such as interracial dating, how to start your own business,infidelity,as well as the effects of racism and classism on society. Poetry and news stories are included to further communicate thoughts and feelings with the listeners. This broadcast is also interactive, so the listeners are invited to actively participate!
Please join us Sunday @Noon CST as we talk about Black women of the social justice movement in celebration of Womens History Month.
The dial in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the host. You can also Skype into the show.
I look forward to speaking with you.
Do black women like dog's? On this show I am going to talk with an amazing animal behaivorist Beth Hicks as she talks about her 10 plus years of leading her company Fuzzy Wolf and what she has learned about how women of color relate to animals vs how white women relate to them. What the differences are and how our relationships with animals can teach us about how to relate with each other...I know interesting right?? You don't want to miss this one!
You asked for her to return to the show and she is ready to have another awesome conversation ! On this show I am going to again talk with the amazing animal behaivorist Beth Hicks as she uses her 10 plus years of leading her company Fuzzy Wolf and what she has learned about how women of color relate to animals vs how white women relate to them. Today we are going to talk about what kinds of breeds work well with different cultures and women and why? OHHHH MY!......I know interesting right?? You don't want to miss this one!
Please join us as we discuss stereotypes and the victimization of black women.
What are some of the stereotypes of black women? Why are black women targeted? When did this begin? How do we change the narrative? The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show by clicking the big, blue S during the broadcast. You can also set a reminder for yourself by clicking the link, clicking reminder and set for a time most convenient for you. Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.
Shalom everyone. Came across a video on FB that made me want to do this show tonight. A young Puerto Rican brothu did a video explaining why a lot of young Black females today no longer want Black males as partners for mating or marriage. Will play his clip and others as well as telling my own story of what I call the ultimate BETRAYAL. Betrayal of thousands of impregnanted indigenous Black women (not bi racials) by Black men and males spanning several generations that simply has resulted in what we see happening today. I'm asking females who have decided to no longer date Black males to if possible courageously call in and offer the 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood your explaination on why you made this choice. This is not about judging anyone. But I started this show so that (we) the north American Black indigenous woman could finally tell our own story. In this European gentile world of male Patriarchy. Women are seen as the fault for every occassion and situation. Which has led to our relationships with our own men to turn into soemthing out a nightmare that we seem to not be able to wake up from. Come let us here from our elder and younger sisters why Black men and males are NO LONGER WORTHY of our love and affection. Will be playing some great audio clips so get ready for an informative and awesome show. Thanks for listening to the show , tell uh sister friend and dont forget to stop by the 9Mind Sacred Community FB page and check out all the great post and comments. https://www.facebook.com/9MINDsacredBlacksisterhood
What’s happening with the black woman today in society overall via media, in public, & in private? Are black women under attack? Is there an ongoing trend to discredit, hurt, bash, or even bully black females? Are black women aware of this current situation? Are the speaking out, not only via Facebook but are they being proactive in public, in relationships. Are they displaying behavior that play into to the stereotypes that other races, men, & even other women have put out against them?
Can they handle the fight are they willing to speak up or are their voices fading in the wind? Apparently, it seems that she is to take the brunt of everything that is wrong within the black community, even though she’s not the only individual that makes up the said community. Is it a fair fight or is she fighting at all?
Are black women formidable opponents or are they just dealing & taking what comes …….blow, by blow, day by day?
When Will Black Women Grow Up?
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Tuesday........................................Hair Cooking With Cliff
Wednesday Ladies Editions......Kim, Alisa,Carla,Magic
Thursday...................................... TRS News Thinking Thursday.......Magic9053
Friday........................................... Facual Friday
Saturday....................................... No DQ No Count Out....................Vicdamoane
The topic of today's show is "Black Women and Hair Weave". There are a lot of black women that wear hair weave. Some people believe that the hair weave is used mostly by black women. Do black women wear hair weave for style, lack of confidence, or to look like white women?
In light of the Hip Hop Artist Eve getting married billionaire British Gumball 3000 motor rally CEO and co-founder fiance Maxmillion Cooper which happens to be of the caucasion persuasion. The union has cause somewhat of an uproar among black men, and has black women thinking hmmmmm maybe I should. Nowadays you are seeing a lot of black women broadening their horizon when it comes to dating and marrying another race. Is this trend due to black women being fed up with black men? Is it because of financial status? Is it because of how some black women feel like black men have alienated black women? Is it because of the trend of black men not manning up? Or us it just maybe a Fad?!?!?
Join me and my guest tonight @9pm on House of Harley.
Call the show at 347-884-9373
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