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This week we are joined by NFLFemale Official Fan Reporters Kristen (Panthers) and Kindra (Steelers) join the show to fill us in on their teams and the off season. Are the Panthers in trouble without Steve Smith? Can the Steelers make it back to the NFL playoffs? Join us to get answers to these questions and more!
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Many people believe the Black Panthers were an militant group that believed in killing those that killed African Americans.
Some people would have us believe the panthers were on the same level as the Ku Klux Klan.
Today we will discuss exactly what the panthers actually stood for before the government decided they were a militant group.
So come join us for great conversation here on LETS TALK.
We introduced you to Todd Haley, II, President of The Pink Panthers (click to hear his show).
Now meet Todd's life and business partner Marc Shannon.
Listen in as we explore how Marc and Todd balance their partnership roles. How do the President and Graphic Designer & Director of Advertisement for The Pink Panther's Movement work and play well with each other.
Call into our LIVE show at (646) 478-5304 to connect directly with Todd and Marc. Or, share your questions and comments in the comment box right below these show notes.
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Intro music: Hall of the Mountain King / Outro music: Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeod
Come join me as we continue our preseason previews. This week we're going to cover Southern's 9/20/14 opponent, division rival and primary compettion for the SWAC West Division Prairie View Panthers. Last year's game was a thriller 62-59 double OT affair, we'll see how this year's game turns out. The Jags make their first appearance in Prairie View, Tx since the 60's. Football is fast approaching and it's great to learn what the season has in store. Lots of facts with my own humble opinions sprinkled in.
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The Total Tutor will interview former Carolina Panther Dante Wesley. He will discuss his book.
F.A.C.T.S. Uncensored Inside a Professional Sports Marriage Every truly successful man is said to accredit his success to a woman. However, in the NFL and other professional sports, the downfall of a man’s marriage may be other women. Dante Wesley, who is still married to his college sweetheart after 10 years, would definitely agree. Both Dante and his wife Renetta have gone through their share of ups and downs that come along with a professional sports marriage. After being active in the NFL for 9 seasons and playing in 2 Super Bowls (Carolina Panthers 2003 & Chicago Bears 2006), Dante knows the struggles of keeping a marriage and family together during and after professional sports. First time marriages in the United States have about a 50% chance of success. And although professional sports athletes tend to earn much higher salaries than the rest of the professional workforce, about 70% of their marriages end in divorce. In the NFL, it can often be worse because of the physical and mental stress that comes with the years of playing; many times with injuries. At the outset, players are overjoyed that the sport that allowed them to live a financial life they only dreamed of, only to retire, divorce, and heal from both physical and emotional wounds; while still in their late 20’s and/or early 30’s. This is usually the age many of their college friends are just now starting to have success in their careers/marriages. After becoming a Free Agent at 31 and then deciding to retire at the age of 34, Dante and Renetta both had to redefine their life and marriage. They want to benefit the professional sports community in a way that would be impactful on multiple levels.
Blacks were discriminated against and lynched years ago in this country. Whites had all the priveledge. So the Civil Rights Act of 1964 gave blacks their rights. It was suppose to be a good thing. But what happened is that the crime and rape rate went up. The black-on-white crime soared. So this Civil Rights Act really opened a can of worms. I believe the white and black race cannot co-exist together. Because one race will always suffer. Because if whites rule then its blacks that are oppressed and discrimated against. So then if we abolish those type of things it will then be the whites who will suffer. Because crime on whites will now go up, jobs will be given to minorities over white men. They will make the tests easier for blacks. Its a screwed up cycle and it has been since day one. Whites and blacks will never live in total fairness together. There will never be a harmonius balance between whites and blacks simply because someone will always suffer. There will always be racial tension.
The 49ers and Panthers square off this Sunday in the divisional round of the 2014 NFL playoffs. We have 49ers beat writer Chris Biderman to help break down the story lines leading up to this game.
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