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The radio show "What Black Women Really Think" covers an array of social issues and current events. Tune in each Sunday as an intimate group of African-American women discuss issues such as interracial dating, how to start your own business,infidelity,as well as the effects of racism and classism on society. Poetry and news stories are included to further communicate thoughts and feelings with the listeners. This broadcast is also interactive, so the listeners are invited to actively participate!
On this episode of Pick Up The Pieces your hosts Z and the Tam talk about why America hates Black women. You can follow Z on Instagram and Twitter @Zoluwaseyi and Tam can be followed on Instagram @_The_Tam. Also, like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/PickUpThePieces
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WOW! If you have been listening to our show you have heard the men's opinions about black women. So far we have heard, we're too fat, too angry, lazy, won't raise good men, combative, quarrelsome and we date bad boys and overlook good men to name a few. But this week, I can't take another brutal ego beating from black men. We're not perfect but aren't there some good things about us? This week we want to hear from the men what is good about Black women. I especially want to hear from non-black men who love the very stuff about us that Black men don't seem to like. Join us to hear about how wonderful Black women are in spite of all we go through.
10AM EST Saturday!
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Today on "It's My House" we shall be discussing the "Black Women Billionaires Club". We shall discussing black women who have become billionaires or had a billion dollar impact on their communities.
The women we shall discuss today are:
Madam C.J. Walker (hair care)
Cathy Hughes (radio stations)
Lena O. Smith (law practice)
Isabel Dos Santos (recycling,trucking,cell phones, education)
Folorunsho Alakija (fahsion)
Please call in and offer your questions, comments, and suggestions and have pen and paper available to take notes.
Please remember to listen to us via our Mobile Phone Radio station: www.waterassetsradio.com
It seems as if black women will do anything for attention lately. Social media, especially Instagram, has made it very difficult for women of all races to feel beautiful. With all these half naked women on social media it makes the rest of the females feel as if they need to do the same in order to fit it. Its all about who has the most likes and/or comments these days. Nobody cares to look past the outer beauty anymore because society has conditioned them to believing the only ones worthy are the ones with fat asses and big boobs.
This is some shit I don’t have time for.
Women are always complaining about how they get treated by men, but these women allow men to treat them this way. Why? Because they are insecure and lost.
I want to discuss why black women feel the need to fit in when we are the ones who set the trend for the rest of the world to follow. We have to start showing these Princesses out here what it takes to look and be a Queen, its start with thyself!
Call in live @ 10 PM PST (347) 996-5750
The first of a four part series on Black women and their roles in Black History.
Today we will discuss Black Women being stereotyped while sitting in the seat of the scornful. We will elaborate on stereotypes like Mammy, Jezebel, Sapphire, and many others. We will discuss how these same stereotypes are still alive and perpetuated by white & blacks.
Call in to the show 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts. You can also Skype into the show.
Jacqueline R. King, President and CEO of Black Women Empowered, Inc. Joins Host Tracy L. Bell on "Conversations Of A Sistah" Empowering women to walk in their divine purpose by God. Why we should love God, self and each other. I will discuss with her, how her movement encourages women to give back to their communities that they live and work in. Headquartered in Greensboro, NC but have networks in Atlanta, Charlotte, Richmond, Chicago and South Africa. Having spent 26 years working in various management positions within the largest Electric and Gas utility in New Jersey, Ms. King is now serving on the Human Relations Commission in Greensboro, NC...Tune in as we conclude Women's History month on high note of Conversations!
We will discuss the many negative stereotypes that surround black women. Many of these stereotypes are pertuated through media and parts of the black community, but do they really give a truthful reflection of black women as a whole? We will look at the cause and effects of many of the stereotypes, as well as looking at the possibilities of changing the societal view of black women. Who is to blame, how can we change, is change possible? Lets talk about it!
According to an article written by Nia Hamm, depression is a huge health concern among African Americans — particularly women — but mental health is often stigmatized in the Black community. Although it can impact people from all walks of life, cultural habits and historical experiences can cause depression to be expressed and addressed differently among Black women... Black women are among the most undertreated groups for depression in the nation, which can have serious consequences for the African-American community. Let’s talk about this…and DON’T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!