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  • 02:31

    Guerrilla Feminism Friday - Passing Privilege and how to not be destructive.

    in Entertainment

    Hey gang. 
    It's Guerrilla Feminism Friday #GFem

    We'll be taking questions for advice on social justice. 

    This one will center around Passing privilege and we'll deliver news and comment along with it. 

    And if you see Gil Laury of the Onyx Truth podcast calling a black woman a "negro bed wench", just say... "I'm sorry about your father" and move on. 

  • 02:00

    Reverse Passing: NAACP Rachel Dolezal Under Fire

    in Current Events

    The race of one of the most prominent faces in Spokane, Washington, Rachel Dolezal, has come under heavy community and media fire.  Rachel Dolezal, who has identified herself as African American, is under question after her estranged mother claimed she is white, and born to two Caucasian parents. 


    The questions to be addressed on this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio:



    Does it matter that the head of the NAACP Spokane Chapter is white?
    Why wasn’t Dolezal honest about her heritage/race?
    Should she be removed from her post as president of the Spokane Chapter?
    Is it more acceptable for whites to pass as blacks, than blacks passing as white?
    … and more. 


    Join the HTTR team as they delve into this very controversial story of NAACP’s Spokane Chapter President, Rachel Dolezal.


    Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at 8:00pm PST/10:00pm CST/11:00pm EST. 


    The live on-air number to listen and comment is (646)200-3148.  Or listen live from your computer here on Blog Talk Radio, or from our website at: www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hottopicstalkradio 


    *The HTTR Network is sponsored by Shades of Afrika, A&L Family Restaurant and SPMG Media.  For more information regarding our sponsors, visit: www.hottopicstalkradio.com/sponsors.

  • 01:42

    Passing Shots with Pete and Nick

    in Sports

    Pete Ziebron and Nick Nemeroff preview the 2015 Wimbledon main draw, elaborating on several key early round matches and what it will take for Novak Djokovic to repeat as Champion.  In addition, Andy Murray and Rafael Nadal find themselves in the same quarter of the draw and in the same half as 7-time Champion Roger Federer.  Join Pete and Nick as they provide a comprehensive look at The Championships on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.


    Stay tunned for upcoming interviews with Grand Slam Champions

  • 02:56

    Passing the heavenly gift chapter 3 6/16/2015

    in Religion

    The Kingdom of God or Nothing. Listening to Alex Jones tonight and pchapter 3 from Denver Snuffer's Passing the Heavenly Gift.

  • 01:14

    Passing Shots with Pete and Stephanie

    in Sports

    Stephanie Neppl and Pete Ziebron review and elaborate on how Camila Giorgi and Ana Konjuh won their first WTA tournaments earlier this week.  Both ladies meandered through drama to capture their maiden titles.  Meanwhile, this week in Birmingham, Sabine Lisicki smashes 27 aces and set a new WTA record for aces in a match.  As we get closer to Wimbledon, join Steph and Pete for all things WTA on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.


    The ProTenn Radilo Network continues to grow and we want to thank out listeners for your contiued support.

  • 02:05

    A Celebration of Phyllis Hyman on the 20th Anniversary of Her Passing

    in Entertainment

    Intro to Info presents Remembering Phyllis .... a celebration of Phyllis Hyman on the 20th anniversary of her passing.... with Jason A. Michael, author of Strength Of A Woman: The Phyllis Hyman Story and special guests Terry Burrus (Phyllis's former musical director), Tymm Holloway (the man Phyllis called her son) and Ann Gore (Phyllis's friend and personal assistant). Special treat: Hear an unreleased Phyllis song written by Ann Gore and Bill Jolly.

  • 01:01

    A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in America - Allyson Hobbs, Ph.D.

    in History

    Rebroadcast


    A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life, published by Harvard University Press, examines the phenomenon of racial passing in the United States from the late eighteenth century to the present.


    Allyson Hobbs is an assistant professor in the history department at Stanford.  She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard and she received a Ph.D. with distinction from the University of Chicago.  She has received fellowships from the Ford Foundation, the Clayman Institute for Gender Research, and the Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity at Stanford.  Allyson teaches courses on American identity, African American history, African American women’s history, and twentieth century American history. She has won numerous teaching awards including the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Prize.  She has appeared on C-Span and National Public Radio and her work has been featured on cnn.com and slate.com.  

  • Trading Dimes for Dollars On Real-Estate

    in Finance

    On This episode of Trading Dimes for Dollars, Eric Pierre of Bedrock Assurance will be discussing Real-Estate with Rod Watson of the Watson Realty Group and Edwin Tatum of Detate Property Group.


    Guests Information:


    Rod Watson of the Watson Group Realty can be contacted by the following:


    Website: http://www.rodsellssd.com/


    Phone:+1 619.512.9120­


    Email: 


    Edwin Tatum of Detate Property Group can be contacted by the following:


    Website: http://detate.com/


    Email: edwin@detate.com


    Host Information:


    Eric Pierre, CPA can be reached by the following:


    Website: bedrockassurance.com


    Email: eric@bedrockassurance.com


    Phone: 713-632-5838


     

  • 01:50

    Passing Shots with Pete and Stephanie

    in Sports

    Stephanie Neppl and Pete Ziebron review the extraordinary effort by Serena Williams to capture her 20th career major title.  Serena powered her way past 2 very determined opponents in the semis and final to win Roland Garros.  Steph and Pete elaborate on both semifinals and the final before crossing over into the grass court season that got underway this week.  2015 marks the first time that 3 weeks separate the French Open and Wimbledon and the WTA is in action in Nottingham and Den Bosch.  Join Steph and Pete for all things WTA on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.

  • 01:05

    Passing Shots with Pete Ziebron and Nick Nemeroff

    in Sports

    Pete Ziebron and Nick Nemeroff continue to discuss the ATP grass court season as two 500 events wrapped up today in Halle and London.  The action shifts next week to a full field in Nottingham and later in the week, Wimbledon qualifying.  Join Pete and Nick as they review today's Finals as well as some other surprising results on the grass on Passing Shots on the ProTenn Radio Network.


    We want to thank all of you for your continued support. Stay tuned for more special guests

  • 01:40

    Thuli Dumakude- A History Lesson not in a classroom

    in Culture

    Africa the motherland and where there are many storytellers passing on traditions to the African and African American Communities. The stories told answer questions of history, tell of lessons passed on and taught to generation after generation. Through oral tradition the storytellers pass on folktales, traditional knowledge, practices and the richness of the people. History is in the word spoken by storytellers. Thuli will join us and talk about South Africa and through her stories about the young generation and the growth of South Africa. She will talk about how Africa has stayed true to nature and it’s cultural. Thuli will also grace us with stories and information about a new generation that is thriving in Africa. Thuli stated all eyes are on Africa and there is a new birth in the continent. Thuli is winner of the Sir Lawrence Olivier Award in London and the Obie in New York for her lead role in Poppie Nongena. She’s the winner of three (3) Audelco Awards in New York for writing, directing and performing her one woman show Buya, Africa, she also won the FNB Vita Award when she performed Buya Africa at the Civic theatre in Johannesburg South Africa.Thuli played Rafiki in the Lion King on Broadway, Poppie Nongena in New York, London, Toronto, Australia and Chicago. She performed Bongi in Bongi’s Journey at Crossroads theatre in New Brunswick, Lost in the Stars, Kamadonsela (Lady Macbeth) in Welcome Msomi’s Umabatha in South Africa, London, Israel and New York City. Halala the musical at The Ariel off broadway, Sheila’s Day at Crossroads Theatre in New Brunswick, Grahamstown Festival and The Market Theatre in Johannesburg, Madre, in Juan Darien, directed by Julie Taymor. She just played the role of grandma in Generations at Soho Rep.Thuli is currently at The Playroom Playroom Theater in NYC performing in Africa My Beautiful. 

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