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Some people think that the words "Black love" are just another way to label love and relationships. After all, they reason, everyone regardless of ethnicity desires to have healthy relationships and experience love. What's so different about Black love? The term "Black love" is not about exclusion, but about knowing our worth, uplifting one another, and supporting each other especially when we've been taught that everything about us is inferior. Join us as we discuss the ingredients of Black love--what do we need to do to have healthy relationships? Believe it or not, there are examples of Black love--the media, couples we know personally, etc. Sometimes we need to stop listening to the negativity that the media feeds us and open our eyes and look around us
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I Want To Show You Love
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Everybody seems to capitalize off the “Black experience” weather its in politics, entertainment or fashion. What, at one point or another, was seemed as ghetto, trashy or obnoxious is now socially acceptable.
We have black artist rapping as if their conscious but married to a woman who's NOT of color.
We have politicians who only come out in public when the dollar is right.
We have other black artist creating fashion lines called “Niggas in Paris.”
...But yet we have nobody doing anything about this. Just as we have “activist” and protest when a black person is killed wrongfully, why can't we do the same when a coon ass nigga decides to play house with his massa and flip on his people?
The next time a black celebrity does something we ALL need to hold that person accountable and bring to light how they fucking up their own people
Question of the Night: Do you believe that we can change lives by speaking out when our own people use our struggle as a means to gain more money and fame?
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In a society that encourages promiscuity, dishonesty, and a lack of respect for others, is it possible for us to have loving romantic relationships? Some people may think that hoping to find true love is nothing but a fairy tale, especially if their past experiences have left a bad taste in their mouths. Well, today, we want to leave a sweet taste in your mouth and give you hope. What is Black love and what does it mean to you? Why is it important and why is it special? What are the key elements of successful Black relationships? What can we do to strengthen our relationships?
Is Black Love Dead? Who or What Killed It? Where is the Love? What is Black Love to you? We are going to speak on that this evening. Join us. Family is the first line of defense for the community. Without chlidren there is no community. Without Black Couples there are no children, therefore there is no community. When do we stand together and focus on the common issues we all face and get back to Black Love? In order to love Our community, we must first love Ourselves! Let's promote love and healing. Black Love is the key to survival.
Unfortunately, most African American church goers are unsure of their religious denomination or affiliation. In this episode, Dr. Hardy will explore and review the seven major Black Church denominations and answer the questions: What is the current phenomenon in the Black Church and what is the future of the Black Church experience?
Long Story Short is a weekly show focusing on African American history, current issues in the black community and the future of people of African descent around the world. For the month of February, Dr. Hardy is dedicating the show to Black History Month where he will share some untold, as well as some familiar stories of the history and souls of Black folks. Tune in as Dr. Hardy makes the long, rich stories of the African Diaspora short, sweet and unforgettable.
Black Satin Radio, (646) 478-4196, is an internet-based station devoted to the art of words in the forms of poetry, music, and books. The station is dedicated to the creative works within the scope of these genres. Black Satin Radio aspires to introduce the listening audience to the inspiration behind the works while providing networking opportunities for each guest. Finally, Black Satin Radio will maintain a certain responsibility to philanthropic causes within and outside of its core demographic.
#OMX & his new co-host #AlfredParsard ring in the 2nd season of The #BWE EXPERIENCE.
#TheGameTG1, #JoeyBadass, & #TPCAbraham are LIVE in studio answering the questions you wanna hear on the road to #BWETheRUMBLE
...PLUS! There have been ramblings of a couple of surprise guest's to call in to discuss the 'once in a lifetime' event APRIL 19.
It's the season premiere you can't miss LIVE NOW! Or unless it's after March 29.. Then you can listen to the replay on demand.
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