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  • 01:08

    Iowa Caucuses / Review of Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies / So about Cam Newton!

    in Entertainment

    On this episode of The Black Geeks Podcast:

    - We discuss our views regarding the results of the Iowa Caucuses. 

    - We give our review of the Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. 

    - We discuss why people are so upset and vocal about the Quarterback of the Super Bowl bound Carolina Panthers, Cam Newton. 

    Tuning in and get the latest news in Geekdom from our Chief News Reporter, Darth Geekonius.

    This and much more on #TBGPodcast

  • 00:29

    ScreenPicks Movie Reviews: Hail, Caesar! & Pride and Prejudice and Zombies

    in Movies

    On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review two new movies. First, we look at Hail, Caesar! from directors Ethan and Joel Coen. It has an all-star cast that includes Josh Brolin, George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Jonah Hill, Frances McDormand, and Tilda Swinton. Then we review Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, starring Lily James and Lena Headey. 

  • 00:32

    Pride Not Prejudice: LouddMouth Radio Anniversary, MLK Holiday Weekend

    in Pop Culture

    LouddMouth Radio's Uplifting & Empowering All Things LGBTQ show topics on Pride Not Prejudice, The Happenings, The Buzz and What's To Come in 2016 for LouddMouth Radio Network. Introducing new upcoming shows on LouddMouth Radio. New Media Host on LouddMouthradio.com Artist, Entrepreneur TV & Radio Host Sterling Powell of Tampa Bay, Florida. What's happening this MLK Holiday Weekend in Atlanta & Tampa Bay and Beyond!  

  • 01:00

    Codified Prejudice in an Attempt to Force Their Will

    in Politics

    This week we tackle codified prejudice. When a party finds itself dwindling while still maintaining a modicum of power it resorts to hold onto that power by attempting to codify its undemocratic retention of power. For an unchanging Republican party the method is starting to fail. Will this bring them to the table of civil existence and compromise? One can hope that it will as absent that our country will continue its slide.

    You can also find previous episodes on YouTube here.

    Blog of the week

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  • 01:40

    If I'm Important You Are Too: Taking A Stand -Hate Crimes, Prejudice & Bullying

    in Religion

    Rouse Ministries Broadcasting & Communications Online Radio Shows - The Pastor J. Rouse Show, The Discussion, What Would You Do (WWYD), Wright On Point Hot Topics  and He Said She Said live on air Wednesdays at 8pm (EST) and syndicated via TruLight Radio Saturdays at 3pm (SAST) (8am EST; 7am CST & 1pm UK/GMT).

    -  If I'm Important You Are Too: Taking a stand against Hate Crimes, Prejudice, Racism and Bullying...

         *  Special Guest is Kaye Johnson, Director of the Office of Human Rights, Equity and Accessibility at The University of Windsor;

    - First Youth Prayer March on December 6, 2015 on the Edmund Pettus Bridge & Concert by Deitrick Haddon and Friends;

    - Soweto Gospel Choir Christmas Concert at Sony Centre Toronto on December 4, 2015;

      -  Rouse Ministries Highlights, Shout Outs and Updates...

    We want to hear from you! Have your say! Email us at rouseministriesbroadcasting@gmail.com or pastorjrouseshow@gmail.com, message us here on FB, connect with us on Twitter @ pastorrouseshow

    We're covering a covering under God - Live on The Pastor J. Rouse Show...

    - More new Music;- International Events and Happenings; - Birthday Shout Outs, Church Shout Outs, Special Anniversary Shouts, Upcoming Rouse Ministries Events, International Christian Events and Happenings and much much more.

  • 01:00

    God is saddened about prejudice against gays or any of His children. Call in!

    in Spirituality

    Apostle Robert L. Vinson is a native of Middletown, Ohio and a longtime resident of Atlanta, Georgia. Having been in the ministry for more than 45 years, he has founded 23 churches and pastored 18 and has been instrumental in establishing many more.   A gifted man of vision, great wisdom and purpose, he has ordained many Pastors, Prophets, Apostles and Bishops for the work of the Lord.

    He has served as an Evangelist, Public Speaker, Radio/Television personality, Playwright, and Producer. Out of the Shadows, his debut self-help book on depression in the faith-based community, along with coauthor Lynette S. Vinson, has been noted as” inspired revelation from God, this work unveils God’s order and plan for healing for our families.”

    Lynette Vinson is the coauthor of two self-help books, Ravage Me: How to Indulge in Your Desires and Avoid the Lunacies of Love, Sex and Relationships, written under the pseudonym Mikael Winters and Cheyenne Morgan and Out of the Shadows, which have transformed men and women’s approach to relationships and identifying depression.


  • 01:07

    Writestream Tuesday: The End of Prejudice with Kelvin Smythe

    in Politics

    Join Writestream co-founder Daria Anne on Tuesday, June 23 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes author Kelvin Smythe:

    Kelvin is the author of The End of Prejudice, a book which deconstructs and explains both left wing and right wing ideology. Kelvin is a long time grassroots activist who came to see the big picture where it comes to modern politics after taking a break from the game itself. Kelvin has lived in Vermont, Washington D.C., Austin, San Diego and is currently in New Orleans.

    Daria and Kelvin will engage in a thoughtful, informative analysis of left and right to give listeners a thorough and accurate understanding of political ideology and how it affects our freedom as American citizens. Please tune in for a great interview.

    By decoding and translating the alien ideas of the left and the right, the reader will be left with no doubts over what divides society and, with such an understanding, will be clear as to what would reverse this division and set civilization on a path toward harmony. By making the most complex of ideas simple and understandable, The End of Prejudice is not only enlightening but also exhilarating and quite often hilarious as an added bonus.


  • 00:53

    Inside The New York Times Book Review: Reading ‘Pride and Prejudice’

    in Books

    This week, Rosamund Pike talks about recording “Pride and Prejudice” as an audiobook; Alexandra Alter has news from the publishing world; Kaiama Glover discusses the work of Patrick Modiano; James Shapiro on “The Year of Lear”; feedback from readers; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.

  • 00:30

    I am not Racist...Just a Lil Prejudice

    in Radio

    What is it that makes us see in Black and White and if we can see that, why can't we just see a man or just a woman? Has society become even more bigoted since recognizing other ethnicities as people and their rights or are we vastly becoming as ignorant as we're perceived? We'll explore these issues and more today in our segment - State of our Mind.

  • 02:04


    in Fun

    KB and the Revolutionary Ryders wrap up the week in sports, music, entertainment, politics and damn near everything else. Featuring LPE on the wheels of steel. MILWAUKEES finest Internet radio show, accept no substitutes. If Black people are talking, they're talking on Chocolate SIty. Tell a friend to tell a friend! ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUES CHOCOLATE SITY IS THE PREMEIER SOURCE FOR BLACK EXSPRESSION. YOUVE TRIED THE REST NOW ROCK WITH THE BEST.




    414 STANDUP!!!!




  • 00:31

    Microaggression Same as Prejudice Behavior

    in Relationships

    Microaggressions are more than just insults and insensitive comments that show people's biases against marginalized groups leaving their victims feeling uncomfortable or insulted Remarks, questions, and actions  are painful because they have to do with a person's membership in a group that's discriminated against; they happen casually and often without any harm intended.  These racial assaults to black dignity  are incessant and cumulative.The major vehicle for racism in this country is offenses done to blacks by whites in this sort of gratuitous never ending way. These offenses are microaggressions. Almost all black: white racial interactions are characterized by white put-downs, done in automatic,  fashion. These mini disasters accumulate. Statements appear to be a compliment or a joke, but contain a hidden insult about a group of people.

    Since our thoughts often determine our actions, implicit bias can lead to discriminatory behaviors; it's no surprise race is a prime area for implicit bias, and if you live in America,There's a widespread preference for light skinned over dark skinned and white over black. The implicit associations we hold often don't align with our declared beliefs. Racial minorities can hold implicit biases against themselves, too. These results are rarely reflective of conscious attitudes. The most popular of these tests is the Implicit Association Test, or IAT. Anthony Greenwald and his colleagues invented it in the mid-1990s. mplicit racial bias can shape our beliefs and assumptions, color the way we treat other people, and even help decide what "feels true" for us when it comes to larger social and political issues.The sum total of multiple microaggressions by whites to blacks that has pervasive effect to the stability and peace of this world.