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A gossip is one who talks to you about others; a bore is one who talks to you about himself; and a brilliant conversationalist is one who talks to you about yourself. Today it's all about "The Rap Rock & Rape of Black Women Music Misogyny, or Myth?" by TRUTH Minista Paul Scott (@truthminista)..Thanks for tuning in.My Music App is now available for free.....download it here http://www.reverbnation.com/mobile-app/100325/velvetmafiamusic Please enjoy the show here on on http://www.Blogtalkradio.com/diorletsgo
Meet the Rock the Mike Show Host Jermaine Mitchem Jr. and Co-Host Crystal 'CB' Booker and the Rock the Mike Crew! This first broadcast is a glimpse of what you can expect from our show. We showcase the hottest independent artists in the industry. If you want your music heard on our show we also in this broadcast let you know how you can be seen and heard. So tune in for all of the fun on Rock the Mike Show!
Rap Music is truely an American minority creation of subcultural roots. This musical artform has been around for over 30 years in the United States.
In fact, one can trace the history of rap back to West African professional singers/storytellers known as Griots.
Unfortunately, rap music is not percieved by many Americans as an art form, but as a fad which they thought would soon fade away...
One cannot study American Rap Music without what is known as the "Hip-Hop" culture.
Hip-Hop culture was also comprised of DJ'ing, Breakdancing, Graffiti, MC'ing, Beatboxing, Street Fashion, Street Language, Street Knowledge & Street Entrepreneurialism!!!
Research seems to point back to the Bronx in New York City as the origin for the hip-hop culture.
Hip-Hop is the expression of creative intelligence.
It is also the transformation of subjects and objects to describe your consciousness!!
Tonight we feature ''Independent Women in Music '' We will tracks from Margo Rey, Hilliary Reynolds, Erica Blinn,Holly Elle, Kati Mac, Mobtown Moon, Nettie Rose and Angela Perley.
Our third episode. we will have an interview along with songs from The U-N-A. our featured artist!!! check out more songs from him at theunaversalnaturalawareness.bandcamp.com and www.soundcloud.com/theunaversalnaturalawareness and like us on facebook to always know when to tune into the best music radio podcast in the DMV area.
Our sixth episode. we will have an interview along with songs from Austin Antoine our featured artist!!! check out more songs from him at https://soundcloud.com/thagriminals and like us on facebook to always know when to tune into the best music radio podcast in the DMV area.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pedii-Talks-Music/1476764062612783
We probably see it everyday but do we really put any deep thought into it? We have not one but two White mothers of Black children to share with us their challenges, issues, triumphs and disappointments of raising their biracial children. These two women are Patty Candell and Leah Wagner and they are gonna put us onto a perspective that is rarely considered by the browner side of us. Well, maybe it is considered but other shows don't have the balls to do it like Urban Therapy with SUN will.
Do we care about their challenges? Are we aware of their challenges? Do we consider the way that they raise children who look like us to be the same way that we raise our children? Do they feed their kids the same things that we eat? How do they deal with disciplining their children? Is it all calm talk, reasoning and time outs?
How do they do their daughter's hair? Where do they get their son's hair cut? What happens when their children ask what race they are and why mommy and daddy look so different? What happens when deeper cultural, heritage and identity questions and issues arise should they come up? How do White mothers deal with their children's peer pressure to date, dress, talk and act BLACK so to speak? What happens if they talk WHITE?
How does the White mother handle the looks and stares that some may give when they go to register their children for school or when they have to interact with other parents who have not been in interracial relationships and may be negatively judgemental about this?
On this show we will hear firsthand the way that a White woman feels when she is around Black women who may feel some kind of way about them "taking" their Black men and if that is even the case?
Our fifth episode. we will have an interview along with songs from NishoSoul our featured artist!!! check out more songs from him at www.soundcloud.com/Nishosoul and like us on facebook to always know when to tune into the best music radio podcast in the DMV area.https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pedii-Talks-Music/1476764062612783
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Barbara Eldridge, your host of Trend Setting Women, interviews Michelle Bergquist, President and Owner of Connected Women of Influence.
Michelle Bergquist is a nationally recognized author, award-winning entrepreneur, lively moderator and engaging, professional speaker.
Currently, Michelle is the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Inc. (CWI), an invitation-only association for B2B women owners, executives and professionals. Chartered in 2008, the CWI Mission is to build a powerful professional community that fosters growth, support and collaboration among B2B professional women.
Michelle is a passionate advocate for women in business by designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for professional women to lead the way in business today. In 2014, Michelle was recognized by the National Association of Women Business Owners as the Women’s Advocate of the Year.
Michelle’s corporate background includes 13 years in commercial banking and over 20 years as an entrepreneur and business owner. Michelle is the author of How to Build a Million Dollar Database, a business book that quickly became the go-to resource on how to build a powerful database full of priceless connections.
Michelle is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (Go Big Red!!) and a past board member of the National Association of Women Business Owners, Fountain Valley Chamber of Commerce, YWCA of San Diego and the American Institute of Banking.Michelle’s belief in business and core philosophy to success: “When it comes to business and success, it’s all about relationships!”
SPECIAL EDITION: Purpose for Women focuses on United Nations in Columbus
Guests: Melissa Lenz & Chasity
Our mission statement:
The United Nations Association of Columbus is committed to educating, inspiring, and mobilizing Ohioans to support the vital work of the United Nations, for we believe that the UN offers the best means to achieving peace and security for all humans. We practice this mission through several programs. We strive to make a difference through Model UN programs, where students can actively engage in the international system, learn and experience the UN system, and develop valuable leadership skills. We aim to think globally and act locally by organizing events that highlight the relevance of the UN system in Ohio as well as the key role that Ohio plays in that system as well. We advocate for strong U.S. leadership in the UN so that the international organization can operate to its fullest potential. We operate under the mantra “More Than Just Me,” for we understand that our purpose is about more than just the success of our singular organization but about the network of supporters who will make a positive impact on this world. We also understand that it will take more than just us to accomplish the lofty goals of the UN, so we collaborate with several Columbus organizations to make our vision a reality.
Links to our social media pages:
Facebook of our Campus Advocates: https://www.facebook.com/unacsa
(If you have time, I would check out their #HeForShe photo campaign)