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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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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?
With Valentine's Day just around the corner, what's become of the black family and black love? Has the black nuclear family been virtually destroyed by the liingering effects of slavery, JIm Crow, the War on Poverty, feminism and modernity? Should the black woman even look to a black man anymore for love and companionship? And is the best mate for a black man still a black woman- or should black men look elsewhere? Are images of loving black couples on TV and in film the exception, or the norm? And who's fault is it: The black man's, the black woman's, or both? We will be all about black love this Sunday in The Barbershop!
A Focus of the show being on Relationships between Black people.
You know the hate on the GREATNESS ACHEIVABLE BY BLACK FAMILY is HIGH.
The world perpetuates enough propaganda for people of African decent NOT to be in healthy, loving, lasting relationships with other people of African decent.
No Black Couples = Black Babies = No Black pple. This show is going to highlight past and current Black On Black Love via celebrity Black couples, codes of behavior, principles, and values that were/are practiced, which are both signature to our people
And key to maintaining and/or rebuilding a healthy relationship and family.
It Has Always Flourished. It Will Continue to Flourish.
No matter How Hard the World Try's to smother out the flame, The Pheinox will Rise.
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Join BAN Radio Show host Ella Curry, president of EDC Creations, as she greets the most talented authors on the planet. We are celebrating Black Love Weekend!
Featured Authors and Speakers:
8:00 - Michelle Monkou
8:30 - William Fredrick Cooper
8:45 - Shakir Rashaan
9:00 - Zuri Day
9:15 - Miss KP (pre-recorded)
9:30 - A. Yamina Collins (pre-recorded)
9:45 - Lutishia Lovely
10:00 - EN Joy (pre-recorded)
10:15 - Naleighna Kai
Tie Jones & Dean Gerinimo chat with Love/Intimacy Coach Nikeema Lee of Charlotte, NC about love, Sex, and Realationships along with Joshua Butler of Atlanta GA, will join us and talk about Black Love and relationships...Joins Us for this juicy discussion...
Tonight Lady Tee and Ebony are talking to James C Lewis about his art and the love he has for black relationships. In a time when so many people of African decent are dating and marrying outside their race is it still fashionable to support and encourage black love?
James Cornelius Lewis is a native of Statesboro, GA, following graduation from High School he relocated to Atlanta,GA where he received his Visual Communications Degree from the Art Institute of Atlanta. After working in The Corporate World of Advertising & Marketing for 10yrs, James decided to launch his own Photography Studio in 2008. Noire3000 | N3K Photo Studios is a one stop creative shop located in the great city of Atlanta,GA. This studio offers you the best of photography, graphic design and illustration. James is also the visionary behind the Noire3000 | N3K Fashion Galas that were initiated back in 2009. In 2013 James was invited to London,England for his very first International Photography Exhibit...Following this great success, his work went on to be featured in the National Museum of Modern Culture in Stockholm, Sweden and Oslo, Norway. To view more of James’s work please visit: www.noire3000studios.com?
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Black love is more than a relationship between a man, a women, and thier money. Last week, we discussed loving yourself and how that confidence carries over to your personal life. On monday's show, we'll talk about how that confidence and self validation helps stregnthen your relationship with your partner. And at what point do you draw the line between being in love, being broke, and being cheated on FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE?
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