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Believe it or not there are Black female filmmakers who are creating horror films and have an eminent voice in the horror film community. Tananarive Due and Kristina Leath-Malin will be our guests as we discuss gender and race disparities in the horror film genre as well as current projects both filmmakers are working on and their mission to spread the word that Black women are making horror films!
This show will discuss the black woman and white man’s relationship like it has never been discussed before sharing real life experiences by black women who feel they have found their perfect match while others voice their opinions about interracial relationships. It will allow black women the opportunity to experience the other side by exploring the taboos through invigorating discussions.
Do white men treat black women better? Why white men meet the needs of black women? Are successful black women becoming more like successful black men? Why black women and white men last longer than black men and white women……and more
Join your Host Statiss along with Co Host T.Gavins, Guest Speakers Unite and Aisha.
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.
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!
Is the problem the bitter black woman or too few Black men? May be there is other issues. Let's explore if it is time for Black women to give up on Black men..
Gwendolyn Owens of Relationships Start With You, is a speaker-women's advocate/relationship expert, educator, writer and blogger. Her message breathes life into women who are broken, have low self-esteem and are in toxic relationships. Gwendolyn is passionate about helping women overcome adversity because she was once a very troubled and insecure person with no hope. She triumphed and overcame a devastating divorce, low self-esteem, a life-threatening illness and job loss.
Join the regular Black Woman Guide to Love team of Shawn Hill, author of The Single Black Woman's Guide to Dating, Patrick Bishop, author of the Way of the Scarecrow, and Keitha Stoute of the Cruise Controlled Blog.
Did you know that more Black women die from heart disease than breast cancer? Well tonight we are going to get Heart Smart with Kim Goodloe of the http://4wedobelieve.wordpress.com/ blog.
Kim has had a heart valve replacement and 2 pace maker surgeries since 2009. Kim will share with us how she overcomes these challenges on a daily basis and still maintains a positive outlook on life. She will also talk about how to prevent heart disease in you and your family.
Join the regular Black Woman Guide to Love team of Shawn Hill, author of The Single Black Woman's Guide to Dating, Patrick Bishop, author of the Way of the Scarecrow, and Keisha Stoute of the Cruise Controlled Blog as we answer these questions and more.
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Good hair, bad hair, kinky, wavy, long or short. Black women experience a range of emotions regarding their hair. A black woman's feelings about her hair are symbolic of her feelings of herself and her identity. How have Black women moved from society's devaluation of the black hair?
Guests: Saleemah Cartwright (Founder of Hydratherma Naturals)
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