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WHAT'S GOOD FAM...YESTERDAY WAS MONDAY AND WE TALKED ON THE TOPIC OF "RACKETEERING"...TODAY'S TOPIC IS, "COMPLEXION OR COMPLEX"...SO MY QUESTION FOR TODAY IS..."IN 2015...IS THERE STILL A STIGMA OF LIGHT SKIN VS DARK SKIN GOING ON WITH AFRICAN AMERICANS?"...TUNE IN TODAY @ 6:30P-7:00P (EST) ON BLOGTALKRADIO.COM AND CALL IN (347) 857-2320 TO BECOME PART OF THE LIVE BROADCAST OR JUST HIT US UP IN THE CHATROOM...EITHER WAY...JOIN US...WE'D LIKE TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!!!
Ceddy J starts your week off with Hot After Dusk Mondays as they talk hot news, hot mess, and hot music. We continue our 5th Annual Dusk Model Month, which we turn Dusk Spot Radio Network and DuskSpot.com into a complete realm of learning. We are firing up a debate about one of the most controversial topics of urban modeling, which is preference of skin complexion (light-skinned vs. dark-skinned). A few models in the industry on both sides share their personal stories and viewpoints. We welcome listeners to share their feedback through social media and calling-in at 347-202-0389.
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The Nutrition-Complexion Connection is important to understand and address. Join us today, as our Health Guru, Beverly Nadler, covers this very important subject.
Skin problems, especially acne, affect our appearance and therefore, our self-esteem. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, 85 percent of Americans experience acne at some point in their lives, 40 to 50 million people have it at any given time, and Americans spend over $2 billion per year treating and preventing it. 62% of acne patients are adults and most are women. Statistics in other countries are not much different. Until recently most dermatologists believed diet has no effect on acne or any skin problem. But is that really true? Find out how you can eat your way to clearer, healthier skin. Find out what healthy products to use that are safe and effective for your skin.
Do you every wonder why Light skined fair eyed people are preferred over Darker skin toned people? Why in advertising they tend to use fair toned people rather than darker toned? Is a lighter skin tone preferred over a darker one? Or Vice Versa?? Join us tonight 11:30 With Spotlight Artist Jimmii Montana
Within the African American community there has been an on-going debate about skin complexion preference. Some people prefer light skin, some dark. But why is there a preference? Does one pigment have superiority over another? Is one prettier than the other? Tune into today's show to talk about light skin vs dark skin and where YOU fit in.
We have a very good topic tonight and guest Activist, Rashida Strober. She has come under fire for these words:
“Well, well, well would you looky here. ANOTHER FAKE CONSCIOUS MUTHER F-KER EXPOSED. I will never support him nor his music with one dime of my money and encourage all dark skinned women not to either!” she wrote.
Strober’s comments gained traction with folks who either fully support the “Dark Skin Is Beautiful” campaign founder or didn’t share her views on Lamar. In response to her nonsupporters, Strober posted the following response:
I see calling out and exposing self hating fake black men who speak about consciousness but date and marry NON DARK SKIN WOMEN brought you haters to my page. WELL SHARE THIS MUTHERFUKING POST!!! These type of fake coons are the worst of the worst. DARK SKIN is the essence of true blackness and if these fakers were really and truly conscious they would MARRY DARK SKINNED WOMEN!!! You pissed ?? GOOD!!!
Since 1998, Rashida Strober has been known as an advocate for people with darker complexions, according to her biography, which mentioned that her cause was inspired after years of bullying from classmates who put her down because of her complexion. Stage plays created by the Florida native include “A Dark-Skinned Woman’s Revenge” and “Ice Cream Lady’s Dream.”
Complexion of America Reel Talk Radio will be taking a 3-part look into the true “Complexion of America” today. With all the chaos surrounding the Trayvon Martin death and the recent trial that is taking place, has many American’s taking sides on the issue. One question that keeps surfacing is, “If Trayvon Martin was white and George Zimmerman was black would this be an open and shut case?”
We are going to tackle the Paula Dean story that now have Americans thinking and questioning is Racism dead? Is there a way for Mrs. Dean to recover her image in the public and will she be viewed as a racist? Lets cap off the show with color, is the color of your skin a big issue in all communities? Why is it seen as a bad thing, or issue to be too dark-skin, or too light skin, and the growing misconceptions about the many complexions in America? What’s your skin, light, or dark?
Yes we have been gone for a while and now we are back and ready to talk and listen. Reel Talk Radio, “Where Life is a Movie.”
Join Stacy Darlene live starting at 6pst/8cst/9est as she interview some of the best writer in the industry! Valante Grant will be in the studio at 6pst/8cst/9est to discuss her article for The Urban Release "Family First/Family Always". Charlotte Marshall-Murray will be back this week to discuss her article "Complexity of Complexion"! Veronica Von joins us in the studio at 700pm to discuss her work as a journalist and the importance of an editor. Tanya Green will be in the studio to discuss her tribute article on Henry "Big Bank Hank" Williams. Join us as these writers talk about their natural love for writing! This is a show you don't want to miss!
You don't have to live black that long before it becomes evident they don't really care about you. It is sad when little black babies are aware of color differences and learn early to not like their complexion. Who fault is it? Are black partly responsible by the way they define beauty? Or does black people trying too hard to not look so black?
Recently Kendrick was spotted out with Long time lady love Whitney.( who was wearing an engagement ring) Ever since he has been under attack for because she is a woman of a lighter complexion or possibly mixed. Doescolor really matter when it comes to love?Why is the Black community continuing to be divided over this long standing light skin dark skin beef? Are dark skin people especially women really jealous of Light skinned people? Lets have a discussion live call (917)932-1078 press 1 to comment or ask a question live on air or tune in online by going to www.elevatedmindsradio365.co
Confederate Soldiers Can Be "Black Like Me." Call (347)857-3293 to speak, or listen by Internet. The tapes will be available 24/7 at Blogtalkradio after the live show. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. told us that we should judge people not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character, and he was not talking only to white people. Assuming that everyone who is black is a friend to African Americans is ridiculous. Whipping boys were not white, and not all of them were coerced. Some blacks did and still do enjoy damaging or even killing African Americans for elite white supremacists, especially if they profit financially by doing so. Therefore, we must recognize that one's skin color is not a uniform. Nobody can determine on which side of the "War against Black America" a soldier is fighting merely by observing his complexion. If not for Black Confederates, African Americans would fare significantly better in the 21st century than we do.
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Do you know which foods are rich in antioxidants and reduce cell damage? Or food snacks like almonds and apricots that help provide beautiful skin complexion? Join us tonight and find as we cover whole living and steps to smarten up your diet. Find out what makes us binge eat and learn steps to eating more healthy and how essential it is for our bodies.
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