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Join Kitty Elavase for another hot music mix Friday! Listen in as she plays music from the late Notorious B.I.G. Tune in for the live broadcast Friday August 22 at 12Pm Pst, 2PM Central and 3PM Eastern. Listen online www.blogtalkradio.com/elavase or via your phone 347-426-3673. Check out http://www.kittykattkloset.com Don't forget to listen and download all our archive shows!
Meet #TheCypher at the intersection of ARTISTRY & CULTURE as they discuss some of the most pressing issues in our society, nothing is off limits! Also be on watch out for special guests.On a special broadcast the crew will discuss the late great Notorious B.I.G. in celebration of what would have been his 42nd birthday May 21st! Also we will have the debut of an all new segment "Ask Syd The Sav".
This week on the show we are joined by "The Notorious Scumbag" Devon Moore. Devon talks about his Panes of Glass Match against Shane Strickland this Saturday Night for CZW at Night of Infamy. We also talk the Current State of CZW, the backstage Drama, Sozio as New Champion, Nation of Intoxication, Working Tangled Web and Death Matches in General. PWS, IWAMS, and lots more, a 1hr interview. Then Mathew Grant joins us with his FULL LIVE review of Alpha 1 Wrestling, Final Act 5 from this past Sunday. We talk Lucha Undergrounds debut episode, hit all the Indie News, review last weekends major results and preview this weekend as well!! Its your Thursday Indie Fix!
Topic; Black Brothers Incorporated- Philadelphia's First Black Mafia & its predecessor Junior Black Mafia and the destruction of The City of Brotherly Love 1968-1990 join us for our 485th episode of BevNat
Do You Want More!?!??!
The Legendary Roots Crew famously asked that back in 1993 with their breakthrough sophomore album. Today, we are asking the same thing as get our HIp-Hop 365 on
The answer, Of Course you do Episode 5 is HERE!!! We Shall Procced and continue to give you what you need it's all good baby bay bay
- This episode we pay homage to the GOAT Notorious Christoper "Frank White" Wallace on his 41th Bday and profess our love for Hip-Hop culture,
- We cover The Roots new album . . . And Then You Shoot Your Cousin and the consistent greatness of The Roots frontman Emcee Extraordinaire, Black Thought
- We also talk Host Luda, CEO NaS, Meek Mill coming for the Summer, RZA, my boy Blu, The Brothers Thorton, Freestyling, California Crooked and Slaughterrrrrr Housssssssee!!!
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Topic: Young Boys Incorporated and the destruction of the Black communities of Detroit join us for our 474th episode of BevNat
The Angela's JUST had the pleasure of speaking with Ms. Antonique Smith hunni! The Cinderella Story of the 2015 Grammy Awards!!! Listen Up as she chats with us about everything from Kickstarter; to her work with the Hip Hop Caucus as they use art to effect climate change.
Antonique Smith concurred broadway as the the character Mi Mi in the hit RENT! Her portrayal of Faith Evans in the film "Nortorious" had us glued to the screens.
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Notorious in the Neighborhood
Sex and Families Across the Color Line in Virginia, 1787-1861
"Laws and cultural norms militated against interracial sex in Virginia before the Civil War. Nonetheless, it was ubiquitous in urban, town, and plantation communities throughout the state. In Notorious in the Neighborhood, Joshua Rothman examines the full spectrum of interracial sexual relationships under slavery-from Thomas Jefferson, Sally Hemings, and the intertwined interracial families of Monticello and Charlottesville, to commercial sex in Richmond, the routinized sexual exploitation of enslaved women, and adultery across the color line.
White Virginians allowed for an astonishing degree of flexibility and fluidity within a seemingly rigid system of race and interracial relations, Rothman argues, and the relationship between law and custom regarding racial intermixture was always shifting. As a consequence, even as whites never questioned their own racial supremacy, the meaning and significance of racial boundaries, racial hierarchy, and ultimately of race itself always stood on unstable ground--a reality that whites understood and about which they demonstrated increasing anxiety as the sectional crisis intensified."
Joshua Rothman is Professor of History and African American Studies at the University of Alabama, where he is also Director of the Frances S. Summersell Center for the Study of the South.
This week on That's What He Said, we delve into the repercussions of the recent Sony hack. Aside for airing out the studio's dirty laundry, we've also been able to get an unusually deep looking into their plans and practices. We're also going to discuss some Deadpool news, Sega's film plans, and Mark Hamill's OTHER project. Plus we'll take a look at some more international hackers, another new Marvel TV series, and what's going on at Apple. Give us call during the live show at 323-693-3811!
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