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LET'S BE CLEAR: This a DIRECT shot popular shows like "Empire", "Scandal", "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and the likes. Stemming off our BlogTalkRadio featured episode, "SLAVE THEN, SLAVE NOW!", we will debate whether reality shows and television dramas of today really mimic how blacks were mocked in blackface during the 19th and 20th century, even 50 years ago. As we revealed last episode, the tactics used by slave owners left Black Americans and other minorities stripped of their native tongues, religion and culture and even today, Black Americans seem to be subjected to a NEW form of slavery. Are blacks in a much better position landing (some) television roles? Or is this the same minstrel show only masked to appeal to the masses while implanting negative stereotypes are blacks.This episode, we discuss the effects of television on Black Americans today, if any. Sign up for text reminders! We send out occasional reminders to listen to our shows on Sunday. If you would like a SMS reminder, visit settingthetoneradio.com. About Setting The Tone Radio About STT Radio aka "WSTT" With thousands of listeners, we aim to discuss just about any and everything under the sun. Our hosts are full of laughter and comedy but we also hit the tough controversial topics. Call 646-200-0246 and state your thoughts and opinions. Are you interested in appearing on the show or working behind the scenes? Visit our website for management contact information.
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This Sunday's Topic Many couples across America and abroad must face a difficult question at one point or another during a serious relationship: "WILL I ALLOW MY PARENT(S) TO INTERFERE WITH MY LOVE LIFE?" Whether... more

This Sunday's Topic Our first show, To Serve and to Protect focused on the August 9, 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed teenage man, by police officer Darren Wilson. Since then, we have learned that a grand jury of... more

This Sunday's Topic Time and time again, we wonder why we choose the worst mates! What's even more perplexing is why we end up in the DREADED FRIEND ZONE! Join us in an all new radio show with our hosts to hear their perspectives... more

This Sunday's Topics Should ALL corporal punishment be considered assault? Do MOST kids without spanking turn out to be softies? What are your thoughts on putting your hands on a child as a form of discipline? Also, did you get a chance... more

This Sunday's Topic This week on Setting The Tone Radio, we discuss current events and topics from our main Facebook group, STT. Call in and say what's on your mind! About STT Radio aka "WSTT" With thousands of listeners, we aim... more

This Sunday's Topic Do you a past that you haven't told your loved one about? It may be something as minor as cheating on a girlfriend in college or as major as an child you have been avoiding. Closet skeletons come in all shapes and... more

This Sunday's Topic With last week's gripping topic on domestic violence for Domestic Violence Awareness Month, we wrap up October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month to celebrate our strong survivors. Join us as we reveal factual... more

This Sunday's Topic Domestic violence thrives when we are silent, affecting all genders and all ages in our country. This Sunday, we begin a journey in celebration of the strong who have survived domestic abuse and other forms of... more

This Sunday's Topic A study published in 2012 found that conspiracy theorists frequently believe in multiple conspiracies, even when one conspiracy contradicts the other. For some individuals, an obsessive compulsion to believe, prove, or... more

This Sunday's Topic There's a reason females tend to date older guys– at least that's what a recent survey conducted by 10yeargap revealed. Many would consider this as "gold digger" behavior, but recent data suggests that girls or... more
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