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When it comes to romance, how do racial stereotypes of the opposite sex affect relationships? Are there consistent perceptions of how men and women of different racial or ethnic backgrounds will treat one another in a relationship? Our diverse panel of hosts will discuss these ideas. And, you can “sound off” your thoughts, too, by calling, emailing, or tweeting us live on the air.
Please join us as we discuss stereotypes and the victimization of black women.
What are some of the stereotypes of black women? Why are black women targeted? When did this begin? How do we change the narrative? The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show by clicking the big, blue S during the broadcast. You can also set a reminder for yourself by clicking the link, clicking reminder and set for a time most convenient for you. Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.
How does stereotyping affect your life? Does it help or hurt your children, friends, and loved ones? Are all Asians good at math? Do all Black women have attitudes, Too many stereotypes to name! How true or false are they? Do they help or hinder our society? Some would say stereotypes exist for a reason,Join us at The Game Exchange to discuss this and more!
Coming back to do a recap on a show that we have done before here on Rockafellaz Radio. A chance to give those new listeners to tune in and give their input and feedback on the Tops and Bottoms and the Sterotype of being masculine vs feminine.
Yes we know that people, well certian people always have something to say when you are gay and how you carry yourself. But that is your own prefrence and choice. The way that you present yourself, shows your character. Its what you want everyone that come in contact with you to know about you. Making the state "This is who I am and I am Happy with who I am".
Its nothing new and we all deal with it from day to day. Some of us deal with it a lot more differently than others.
If you are going to change anything make sure its something that you want to do and not just what someone else wants.
So be sure to tune in to todays episode on Rockafellaz Radio.
Perpetuation of racial entitlement? Thus says the judge of the Supreme Court Of The United States. Time for leaders to participate in some good old American word games. Clarification of what words mean to them vs meaning in today's society. Jeopardy categories: Racial Entitlement; Binders of Women; 47% living off free stuff; Children and grandchildren won't have the same freedom and opportunities you enjoy; Supreme court decisions are not to be political judgments being
My guest today is Evangelist and Radio Talk show host, Jim Greene of The New Real Talk Radio, and The Urban Truth Network.
We will be talking about racial reconciliation and Abortion. Stay tuned, this will be an insightful hour!
Bee's opinion! Equal opportunity has not arrived for all America. For centuries, America's rich, free White males purposely excluded all others groups. As time passed, other groups were provided some opportunity at the will and wave of the wand of America's rich, free White males. The wand of opportunity for Black Americans has been slow and next to none in its wave.
When America use laziness as cause for Blacks in poverty, America shows lack of knowledge of America's history. The rich free White male purchased Africans for economic reasons. The Slave industry was founded or should I say the slave industry was born, and the workers were chattel. Blacks were bought and sold to work, breeded like cattle to work, beat to submit and work more, and killed at the wave of the wand with no protection under the US laws.
Employment Opportunity for Blacks was solely at the will of the rich White male until the early 1960's. Even today poverty stats suspiciously reeks of racial discrimination. Highest rates of poverty in 2012 US, 35% Black; 34% Hispanic; 12% Asian, 9% White; A lot of poverty is contributed to slave wages.
2010 census data show racial demographics for US is 64% White; 16% Hispanic; 12% Black; 5% Asian; 1% American Indian and Alaska Native 2% two or more races. When I hear equal opportunity is racial entitlement, I can only think the speaker feels the rich free White male had the right idea when Black males were 3/4 human and Black women and children were disposable flesh.
We will be discussing the mass media and how it affects us mentally and ultimately physically.
Also covered are the stereotypes, lies and myths potrayed by the media.
Cutural abuse and culture creation ...as in trends and fads and how powerful these tools can be...
Racial prejudice seems worse than ever in recent years, yet reported racial intolerance is lower than ever among younger generations. Is racism worse than ever or the same? Does it stand out because it seems so odd at a time when there is a black president and we are connected around the globe? Or is racism more subtle because those who remain uneducated or unwilling to accept the equality of all races recognize that they are the minority and hide it?
What can we do to advance racial understanding, tolerance and equality? How can we create new understanding without fighting against ignorance? How do we advance tolerance each day, in our hearts and with each other?
Join us for a very personal discussion of racism among Leslie, Bikbaye and youth co-host Sydney. Leslie will share what her son, Arin, experienced as a biracial youth, and what she has learned and is learning about transforming racism. Bikbaye will share his experiences as a black youth in Chicago and a black leader and musician who has traveled the world. And Sydney, our teen co-host, will she her experiences as young biracial girl.
Together we will explore our thoughts on promoting tolerance and love, even in the face of prejudice and hatred. Join us. Call in!