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This podcast discusses the symptoms of fatherless daughters during adulthood and provides tips on how to overcome many of the obstacles they face.
The title of the book referenced in this episode is "Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women" by Jonetta Rose Barras.
Episode correction: Next live show will be airing September 14th at 8am Pacific and 11am Eastern.
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Join Prince Pierre on Yo Momma Black radio giving it how it should. Why are we the ones getting shot? Let's answer that questions, what are we to the government. And let's talk Eric Garner and more. And what can or will we do! We are going to be hearing it straight from Prince Pierre.
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Monday: Relationship Show - With Renee & Dawah
Wednesday: Run Down With Renee - With Renee
Thursday: Prince Pierre
Saturday: Organise Or Perish Show - With Marcus
Sunday: P.A.S.T. (Problems and Solutions Training) - With Peter
In today's world our children are inundated with messages that often conflict the morals parents teach in their home. However, many Black American families refuse to censor what their children are able to view, read, and listen to. If we want to change the plight of our people the question should be posed, "Is censorship important even if it means restricting our children's access to many components of popular culture."
Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST as we discuss we leadership, or the lack thereof, in the Black community.
Has the current leadership failed us? Why or why not?
Is it time for the current leadership to share the roles or vacate? It's not as though we need their permission.
What type of leadership is needed in the Black community?
Where do we start? Has the #Ferguson uprising ignited a kindling fire?
What do we need in terms of resources?
Who are our true allies? Have some of our trusted allies betrayed us?
Where are the Democrats?
Why are some wealthy Blacks telling us to stop protesting and go home?
Is prayer the answer?
Why is there a deafening silence in the secular community?
Why do some of these people take our loyalty for granted? Some feel entitled to it.
Is it time for a change? What? Who? Why?
Where do we go from here?
Why are the Millennials so important to this paradigm shift?
Let's talk about. Open discussion. Open chatroom this week.
The dial in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the host.
New episodes. Human interactions in the areas of News, Current Events and Politics. I am hoping to get some guest that live and think using the metaphysical; I Have done my own personal hypothesis and tested them with surprising results. Some are fact to me now..
Broadcasting at 1:00 AM. Call in with your comments. Send Questions and Opinions To: DURK00@gmail.com. Disclaimer: The opinions, beliefs and viewpoints expressed in this broadcast do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs and viewpoints of the host, co-host or any sponsors. Pennsylvania Black Swan Radio is a PG 13 rated show, that may or may not include strong language. No portion in part or in it's entirety may be used without the written permission from the host.
Welcome to ABM (All Black Meditation) Radio. On this episode we discuss the black family in the context of racism. How did we reach the statistics that label the black family, the lack of community and the stereotyped social stigmas of today? What this means and how we can improve. We discuss this and more.
According to an article on YourBlackWorld.net based statistics provided by the Urban Institute, the state of the African-American family is worse today than it was in the 1960′s. Furthermore the article states that in 1950, 17 percent of African-American children lived in a home with their mother, but not their father. By 2010 that had increased to 50 percent. In 1965, only eight percent of childbirths in the Black community occurred out-of-wedlock. In 2010 that figure was 41 percent; and today, the out-of-wedlock childbirth in the Black community sits at an astonishing 72 percent. The number of African-American women married and living with their spouse was recorded as 53 percent in 1950. By 2010, it had dropped to 25 percent.
On BlackDemographics.com In 2010 48.8% of black men are “never married” compared to 45.2% of black women which is up from 44% in 2008 and 42,7% in 2005. Black men marry white women at twice the rate of Black women only 8.5% of married Black men had White spouses in 2010 up from 6.6% in 2005. 10.8 percent of African American men married outside their race in 2010 also up from 8.4% in 2005. Black women were the least likely to marry outside their race at only 4.6% in 2010.
Are mixed race people black? Why does society consider them as black? Do they consider themselves as black? Do they respect the human rights and self determination of black people or do they switch their blackness on when it matters. Let's get talking! Organise Or Perish Show!
YO MOMMA BLACK SHOW SCHEDULE
Monday: The Love Jones - With Renee & Dawah (Relationships)
Wednesday: Run Down With Renee - With Renee (Social)
Thursday: Speak It Like You Think It - With Naj (Sports)
Saturday: Organise Or Perish Show With Marcus & Meshiah (Politics/Social)
Sunday: PAST (Problems And Solutions Show) With Peter & Mojo (Economics)
Tonight, 'The Love Jones' on Yo Momma Black Radio, will look at the state of Black love. Join Renee, & DahWah as they examine popular terms for loved ones in the Black community. What do these words say about the deeper, modern love connection between Black men & women? Find out at 8pm CST. LISTEN/COMMENT/QUESTION @ (929) 477-3763...