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  • 01:57

    Rebroadcast: The Greatest Lyricist of All Times

    in Lifestyle

    This is a repeat of our show from 1/19/13. The conversation was insightful as we talked about the greatest rappers and their responsibility to the culture enjoy. 
    In the next few weeks we will have:
    Dr. Kevin  Swann...We'll talk about his new book The myth of more black men in prison than college Black people and entrepreunership in Tech  We'll talk to you next week! 
     

  • 01:01

    BOC Nashville Presents: Saturdays with Singletary

    in Business

    BOCI Nashville Presents: Saturdays with Singletary with your Host, Patrenna Singletary!
    **SPECIAL VALENTINE'S EDITION**
    ***ENCORE PRESENTATION FEATURING VALENTINE COMMENTARY FROM AUTHOR, AARON JORDAN, JR.***
    THEME: "THE VALUE OF MRS. RIGHT"
    *Guest: Aaron Jordan, Jr, Author of "The Power Within a Woman's Worth From Both Sexes"
    If you want advice from a male prospective about men's issues in personal relationships, then join us!
    Saturdays with Singletary focuses on Education, Entertainment, Entrepreunership, and Empowerment
    Singletary Investment Consultants and The Singletary Network are our proud sponsors!
     

  • 01:29

    BLACK IN AMERICA 4-DIVERSITY IN SILICON VALLEY

    in Current Events

    Prior to the airing of the fourth installment of Soledaid O'Brien's BLACK IN AMERICA series which will focus on the lack of diversity and representation of black entrepreuners in Silicon Valley, a heated debate has occurred on the web.
    Michael Arrington, a Silicon Valley investor and capital venturalist, stated that he has difficulty finding new high tech business startup wholly owned, initiated or operated by African Americans. 
    The South Bay(San Jose CA surrounding area) is the home of many well known high tech companies. The corporate headquarters of companies such as GOOGLE, CISCO, APPLE, HP, FACEBOOK, SUN MICROSYSTEMS, ORACLE and the location of major universities such as Stanford, UC Berkley, creates an environment whereby the ideas of the best & the brightest, coupled with financial backing of venture capital investment companies, fosters a climate of entrepreunership.
    The admissions requirements to these highly academically competitive universities are some of the toughest in the country. The percentage of  AA undergraduates is 10%; graduate students 3%. This could account for the difficulties Mr. Arrington alluded to in his interview. If more black students excelled in math and science subjects, could this acheivement gap be closed?
    http://money.cnn.com/2011/10/27/technology/silicon_valley_diversity/index.htm?fb_ref=fbLike&fb_source=profile_multiline