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There was a time when whites did not want black nurses to attend to them, even though black women had been feeding them and nursing them back to health during slavery. But a nurse was a professional position, sometimes more prominent in the hospital than the doctor in saving a patient's life. Black women who broke the barriers in the field of nursing recently celebrated the 50 year anniversary of the 1965 graduating class of Provident School ofNursing. This past weekend October 16, they celebrated the Founder of a nursing sorority that continues to provide scholarships for African American women in the field of nursing. Today Kai Eta Phi sorority member Toni Parks Oats discusses the challenges in the field of nursing and the importance of encouraging our girls excel in math and science, critical skills they'll need ins health care industry.
The latest television show added to the fray of reality show portrayals of black life in America, is a show called Sorority Sisters. It depicts women who are members of the Divine 9 black Greek letter sororities. Saying the show displays them in a less than favorable light is an understatement. There have been many protests and a huge petition to stop the show yet VH1 has still gone forward with its airing. The show brings up a lot of questions about the way black people and black women in particular have been portrayed in media historically and raises a lot of questions about how corporate media is affecting the image of black women in society. Guest Michelle Gordon Jackson, a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. and the former daughter-in-law of the former Atlanta Mayor, Maynard H. Jackson will be featured. CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS 347 215-8933.
By now we all have heard or seen the backlash from the VH-1 show "Sorority Girls"... Join us as we put a different spin on... You won't want to miss this!!! Were they set up for failure from the start? Did they deserve the punishment that they got? Let's discuss it!!!
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VH1's reality show Sorority Sisters and it's quick end
2015 Oscar Nominees
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Usher Raymond is engagement to his manager Grace Miguel
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This week on The Conversation Cafe A. Raquel and Mahoghani Dawn will be on locatio with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Stone Mountain-Lithonia Alumnae Chapter at Redan High School in Stone Mountain, GA for their "Window of Opportunity" event which is open to the public.
Tune in to hear an interview with SM-LAC's President Sabrina A. McCorvey. Learn more about who the delightful women of SM-LAC are and their 16 year commitment to exemplary service in the community. Also joining the show LIVE will be our very own celebrity & entertainment blogger Ray Cornelius, who keeps us in the know with the latest in entertainment news.
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So you've always admired those girls who live the so called "Sorority Life". You even play the game on Facebook everyday! Lol!But how does one go about choosing an organization? Do you choose based on the fact that you are "legacy"? Do you choose based on the fact that the colors are pretty? Do you just like their handsign? Is it their "call" that sounds like music to your ears? Is your friend in the organization?Let's chat!!!! Call in with your questions or comments. :0)
Greetings, Peace, prosperity and wisdom to all the 9MIND Sacred Sistuhs, others and especially those we love. Tonights show will be about sexual behavior and how our concepts of sex or shaped based off religion, who we live around what type of society is governing us and whether we be free people or slaves. Other factors that can determine ones sexual behavior is the various forms of overt or subliminal sexual programming one is exposed to on a regular bases such as commercials, food, billboards/flyers, sexual songs, movies, cartoons, magazines, gentlemen clubs, strip clubs, escort services, parties ect.... All of these overt and subliminal sexual lures and advertisements all will eventually shape our opinions on sex and thus have a strong effect on our sexual desires and behavior and we should know this and not take for granted how POWERFUL sexual advertisement can be. Women especially should know that such a overly sexualized environment or society will have the most negative effect and consequences for them the most vulnerable of a society and children. So women most of all should be the last ones seeking to willingly participate in such a ovrly sexualized society let alone encourage it with loose or amoral behavior and yet here in America just such a society has been stratecically created and maintained to hold many unsuspecting American citizens as permanent prisoners to lust and uncontrolled sexual appetites that will be the downfall of our Republic or Democracy... in the same way sexual perversion was the downfall of the ancient Roman Empire. Are we looking at a repeat of ancient history? States most single men/women.
Rome a Perverts Paradise.
Join the Global Drive Radio Team as we help you Fix Your Money. We will give you tips and a strategy to help you save more money and get out of debt. Bring your paper and pencil as we work through the budget process and tools to help you stay on top of your goals. November is Premature Awareness Month, we will be joined by Kellye Johnson of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc, as they raise awareness with the March of Dimes. Plus, in the News with Rashaad. Call in with your questions and comments at 914-803-4503.
Join @KenyaTST As He Sits Down With Reality Star & Dancer "Priyanka Banks" In "The Candy Shop" As We Discuss The Up's & Down's Of Being On "Sorority Sisters". As Well As, Her Shoe Line & How She Survived The Backlash Of The Greek Community.
Of Course, Benji Vanderpump Has Your "Fashion Talk", DJ Stops By For Some "SportsChat" & J-Write of BE Magazine Drops The "Entertainment Rundown".
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Josephine Bolling McCall was born in Lowndes County, Alabama. She attended G. W. Carver High School in Montgomery, Alabama State University and Auburn University. She is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist (Retired), and was the first black president of the Alabama Association of School Psychologists and first person ever elected to serve two presidential terms. She was the first black to serve as Alabama’s delegate to the National Association of School Psychologists. She retired as Director of Special Education from the Phenix City Public Schools. After retirement, she served as the Director of the Alabama League for the Advancement of Education working with six historical black colleges to provide tutorial and other educational services to public school children.
McCall has served as president of: the Montgomery Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., the Montgomery Chapter of The Links, Inc., and The Elite Social and Civic Club; she is a member of The Carats, Inc. She served as president of the Montgomery Education Retirees Association, Area Director of the Alabama Education Retirees Association and member of the Alabama Education Retirees Foundation Board. She currently serves as the president of The Elmore Bolling Foundation which she founded to preserve the legacy of her father.
Josephine and husband, Charlie, have two children, Carlton Alan (Chuck) McCall and Jerilyn McCall Corlew and three grandchildren Adam McCall and Matthew and Clark Corlew.
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