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Everything w/Kathy B, Dr Loren Due, L'Sana DJahspora,Bigg MommaP, Charlon Turner

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Source Nation! Join us tonight for an amazing segment in The Ladies Lounge.

At 6:15 Dr. Loren Due

Since high school, award winning Author, Activist and Public Innovator Dr. Loren C. Due has been a man of deep conviction about the importance of child sexual abuse intervention, cruelty prevention and incest awareness in the Black family, particularly. A survivor of rape, Dr. Due used writing as a way to escape from the molestation. He has garnered much critical acclaim for both his in depth personal accounts as well as the complete portrayal of solutions to challenges faced by the abused and over comers of abuse. Join us as Dr. Loren discusses his books, Teddy Bear: Stolen Innocence- A True story of incest & sexual abuse in the black family and, Don't Say a Word About This! Exposing & Confronting Sexual Perversion. 

At 7:15 L'Sana DJahspora

Source Nation! Join us at 7:15 as Kathy B welcomes L'Sana DJahspora, father of Cinque (Q) DJahspora who was shot in the back & killed by a black police officer after police say Cinque stabbed the officer. Tune in to hear details about what happened and about L'Sana's fight for justice for his son, Cinque. Send in your questions or call, 619-924-0933.

At 8 Bigg Momma P is back to give the latest gossip of what's trending on Social Media  with our favorite Celebrities.At 8:15, Bigg Momma P welcomes Charlon Turner into the studio to bring us up to speed of all that's going on at the 2015 Annual NC Black Film Festival.Charlon has served on the Board of Directors of the Black Arts Alliance for several years and leads planning of the annual NC Black Film Festival. This past year she was appointed the Festival Director and added two new components: Reggae Film Night in conjunction with UNCW Multi-cultural department, and the Fashion in Film showcase during the closing ceremony