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This week on Darryel's Daily Dialogue, we will discuss personal progression, the re-cap of 2014, and your expectations for 2015.
What grade would you give yourself for personal progression in 2014? Did you achieve some of your goals in 2014? Was 2014 better or worse than 2013 for you?
What do you expect for yourself in 2015? What things are you looking to personally improve on as we embark upon this new year?
This week on Darryel's Daily Dialogue, we are discussing stereotypes: "Men are cheaters, women are emotional, white people have no rythm and can't dance, blacks who use proper english are talking white, asians are smart, black women have attitudes and are more mouthy than women of other races, white women allow black men to run all over them etc."
Do you ever stereotype people? Are there currently any stereotypes that describes you? Where do they come from? How much truth are there to these stereotypes?
Does your child(ren) influence who you date? How much do you consider your child's opinion about who you date? If your child doesn't approve of who you're "considering" getting serious with, do you no longer date that person? At what point do you introduce this person to your child(ren)? Do you have a conversation with your child when considering 'getting serious" with him/her?
"Darryel's Daily Dialogue...where positive words, manifest positive action."
This week on Darryel's Daily Dialogue, we will be discussing the struggles of the Gay civil rights, compared to the struggles of African Americans(Blacks) civil rights. It has been widely debated on whether or not the struggles are the same:
Are they the same because both groups are/were discriminated against?
Are they the same because both are/were fighting for equality?
Are they the same because both are/were protesting for thier rights, due to being oppressed?
Let's talk about it this week on Darryel's Daily Dialogue....."where positive words manifest positive action."
In a time where things change so rapidly and rampantly, I would like to visit the idea of defining what's normal, and what's not normal. Over the course of years, we understand that things change often, so with those changes occuring, do we consider what USED TO BE NORMAL, NO LONGER NORMAL? Are things that are considered to be "Normal", forever changing? Once something "new" becomes normal, does that mean the "old" thing is no longer normal?
Is texting the social norm, over verbally communicating?
Is wearing jeans and sneakers to church a social norm?
Is meeting someone on social media the social norm, over meeting someone in person?
Is same sex marriage the social norm, over marrying the opposite sex?
Is it a social norm for the woman to be the financial provider, and not the man?
Is it a social norm for animal lives to be equally as important as a human's life?
Is it a social norm, for kids to no longer get whippings?
We will talk about these norms and others.
Avery Brown interviews Black Socrates about the return of the Mental Dialogue talk show and what exactly does the new theme THE CONVERSATIONS WE ARE AFRAID TO HAVE mean. Black Socrates will also reveals his new co-host and the new twist on the show that will make it different than any other show in America.
Nearly half of the marriages in the U.S. over the last decade have been between people of different faiths, and many of those families are raising children fully in both parents’ religious traditions. Almost one quarter of all Americans attend religious services of more than one faith or denomination. Interfaith marriages are increasingly common.
Clergy often argue that children raised with two faiths will be confused, and oftentimes one religion takes precedence over another in an effort to minimize conflict. Choosing one religion works for many families, but not all of them.
On this episode of Real Talk with Pastor Ray, Pastor Ray will address this very common issue, and answer the questions:
Should parents choose one religion for their children?
Should they teach both religions and let their child choose?
Or should they not push religion and faith at all?
Join this very powerful discussion on Wednesday, February 11, 2015, at 8:00pm PST/ 10:00pm CST/ 11:00pm EST.
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Special edition of MENTAL DIALOGUE as host Montoya Smith interviews Retired Air Force Lt Col Brandt House on his upcoming bid to become a member of the District 203 School Board (O'Fallon Township HS, O'Fallon, IL). Hear his unique journey from a 1.9 GPA HS graduate to to an engineering degree from the US Air Force Academy to a former Air Force Pilot, currently studying for his MBA. Anyone concerned with the future of primary education this is a MUST LISTEN!!! MENTAL DIALOGUE talk show EVERY SATURDAY 10AM-12PM EST onblogtalkradio.com/mentaldialogue2
There has been many discussions about whether or not integration helped or hurt Blacks. There are many compelling arguments on both sides of this discussion. I'd like to open up the dialogue for different perspectives. Do you want your kids in an all Black/White school system? Do you think integration was a tactic from Caucasains to benefit them? Were Blacks better or worse, OVERALL, when we were segregated?
When having this discussing, there are often two recurring points that are made. When people speak about the Pros, they often point out: Better job and educational opportunities. When they speak about the Cons, they often point out the lost of Black family unity. Which side are you on?
This show will introduce participants to the 21st Annual Summer Conference of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, a consortium for attuning to service to better humankind, by reviewing the pedagogy and theory of James Moffett, the education prophet of global dialogue.
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