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Join the Authors of Live Life Beautiful: Affirmations for Girls of Color (Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth, Dr. Julie Jung-Kim and Ms. Ada Elizabeth Culbreth) for a discussion about the new film “Annie” (starring Quvenzhané Wallis) and girls of color Living Life Beautiful.
The role of Annie played by a girl of color
Negativity directed at girls of color
Defying negative stereotypes, prejudice, hatred, and biased comments
Live Life Beautiful: Affirmations for Girls of Color
Diversity, racial unity and multiculturalism
One size does not fit all
The Foundation of Beautiful
Think it! Believe it! Achieve it!
To all of the Annie’s throughout the world
What the world need’s now
in Self Help
Rebroadcast - An interview with DeVon Franklin on the America Meditating Radio Show with Sister Jenna.
DeVon Franklin is a movie producer, author, motivational speaker, Christian minister and head of the newly-formed production company Franklin Entertainment. He is the former Senior Vice President of Production for Columbia Tristar Pictures, a division of Sony Pictures Entertainment, where he recently oversaw production on the upcoming remake of "Annie," starring Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhane Wallis and Cameron Dias.
DeVon is the author of the much heralded "Produced by Faith," a unique self-help book which encourages the reader to look at their life in the context of a movie. Drawing from his own personal experience building a successful Hollywood career, he instructs readers how to fight for their dreams without compromising their faith.
As a motivational speaker and self-help expert, DeVon's television appearances include "Oprah's Life Class," "Super Soul Sunday," and "Help Desk," as well as "Dr. Phil" and Fox's "The Daily Helpline," among others. He has been featured on Entertainment Tonight, Fox News Radio, TV One, Tom Joyner Morning Show, as well as Variety, The Hollywood Reporter, The Los Angeles Times, Ebony, Essence, Black Enterprise and many other outlets as a notable figure in film, faith, business, entertainment and pop culture. Visit his website at www.producedbyfaith.com
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I'm Just Sayin'...™ - This week: CG, Butch and maybe Al, discuss(ed) the Oscars® and the RIDICULOUS Tweet by their used to be favorite satirical publication, The Onion. Plus, they (CG, Butch and maybe Al) probably talk(ed) about some other stuff, too! Only one way to find out -- LISTEN! HILARIOUS DHCH™ episode right here! SWAG! right here!
Seth MacFarlane was either great or really horrible hosting the Oscars. The Onion was either outrageously mean and hurtful to a sweet little girl, or outrageously hilarious. Manti Te'o either ruined his draft chances at the NFL combine, or his poor showing is not big deal because you can't measure heart. The sequester is either going to destroy the economy or we'll barely even notice the automatic cuts.
What is true, and what is bull? We'll lay it all out for you and provide everyone with our expert analysis of these topics and maybe talk a bit about other, less important things. All this and your calls!
Chuck Hagel is confirmed for DOD Head...no surprise; that Rand Paul broke the filibuster...gotta wonder - I share my own idea why. Then Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis to star in a "contemporary" version of "Annie"; a black Daddy Warbucks? Also Glenn Beck vs the WWE, and more on the sequester.
It's Academy Awards week, the Super Bowl for movielovers everywhere, and we'll be joined by the Celebritologist herself, Jen Chaney, and film critic Josh Hylton to predict the winners! Despite being snubbed for Best Director, will Ben Affleck get the last laugh when 'Argo' wins Best Picture? Will Quvenzhané Wallis be the youngest to ever win Best Actress? Does the surging Bradley Cooper have what it takes to overcome Daniel Day-Lewis' performance in 'Lincoln'?
Handicapping the Academy Awards has never been so much fun. Join us in the chat room or call in with your own predictions!
Producer Ben Zeitlin has definitely got something right in his film 'The Beast of the Southern Wild. Althought his film was shot on a low budget, it has become popular with movie critics and movie-goers alike.
So how does a film centered around the poverty of a Lousiana town threatened by a storm to rise over the levee, and a hot-tempered father rasing his young girl to be independent strike a cord to earn academy nominations?
Join us for this discussion.
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