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  • 02:14

    Confessions Of A Black Woman Monday

    in Entertainment

    We are dedicating the Monday Mayhem show to the Ladies.There is also industry news, gossip, comedy, and our new segment Confessions Of A Black Woman . If you have those deep dark confessions ladies, send all materials to hiphopbarbershop@gmail.com... Attention Confessions. We are looking forard to spilling that dirt...

  • 00:18

    Black History: Our Legacy & Where Are We Going?

    in Podcasting

    Black History: Our Legacy & Where Are We Going? 


    Konscious Vibe Host Melvin X lays out the details behind within the written history of Black people in America. 


    In timeline fashion, the discussion will start with the Trans-Atlantic slave trade all the way to the modern psychology effects that slavery has on Black Americans today.


    Navigating through time will present topics and sub topics pertaining to economic woes, black on black crime, white supremacy, gentrification, and the complete eradiation of the true knowledge of Black culture. 


     



  • 00:28

    A woman who has been to heaven and back!

    in Lifestyle

    I will be interviewing a woman who has a unique gift of connecting to the angels and other beings who have crossed to the other side. She has been to heaven and back! While in heaven, she spoke to God and she has a way of describing what God looks like that people don't often hear about.


    Listen online: www.gfemspeaks.com/gfemradio or phone:347-989-1700. 6pm ET. Follow on twitter, IG: Gfemspeaks. 6pm-6:30pm ET

  • 00:57

    Episode 1225: Saving Those Who Save Others

    in Training

    Jeff Dill travels the United States & Canada holding workshops to teach firefighters about behavioral health awareness and suicide prevention.  Jeff is the founder of the Firefighter Behavior Health Alliance, the only known organization that collects data on FF/EMT suicides across the United States, as well as globally

  • 00:35

    Spartan Life Radio - Black History Month Highlights

    in Education

    On the last episode of Spartan Life Radio, we talked about the stupendous Black History Month (BMH) 2016 observance taking place at Norfolk State University. In this episode, we tracked down several faculty members who have created unique and interesting programming for this year's observance. Did you know that there's a connection between the famous Buffalo Soldiers of Virginia's history and the Philippines? We're going to talk to NSU's Dr. April T. Manalang, assistant professor in the Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, about her research into this "hidden" Virginia History and the program she's created for the Black History Month Celebration. Professor Anthony Stockard, director of the NSU Theatre Company, will discuss the encore performance of the award-winning play "The Brothers Size." The drama has won several awards and was recently presented at the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival. "The Brothers Size" was also presented at last year's National Black Theatre Festival making it the most-awarded production in Norfolk State University history! And, last but certainly not least, Professor Carol Pretlow, NSU's resident political guru, who will round out our panel will discuss a BHM program involving students from the political science department. African American Perspectives on International Politics and Foreign Policy is a panel discussion on the topic from the student perspective.


    Join us for what promises to be a spirited conversation. 


     


     

  • 00:29

    Faces of 5-Year-Old Black Boys Appears to Trigger Thoughts of Guns and Violence

    in News

    According to a study conducted by researchers at the University of Iowa, racial stereotypes affect black boys as young as five years old.


    White participants in the study were more likely to view a toy as a weapon if it was associated with black boys, reports The Daily Mail.  Those who participated in the study were less likely to view a toy as a weapon if it were associated with a white boy.


    Seeing the face of a black boy was enough for the white students in the study to misidentify the toy as a weapon.


    Lead researcher, Dr. Andrew Todd, said this study shows how people who don’t view themselves as racist can still react with unconscious bias.


    “Our findings suggest that, although young children are typically viewed as harmless and innocent, seeing faces of five-year-old Black boys appears to trigger thoughts of guns and violence,” Dr Todd said.


    “One of the most pernicious stereotypes of Black Americans, particularly black men, is that they are hostile and violent,” he explained.


    “So pervasive are these threat-related associations that they can shape even low-level aspects of social cognition.”


    The white college students were shown images of black five-year-olds and white five-year-olds. Then they were shown a second image which they were told to identify as quickly as possible. Participants recognized guns quicker after seeing images of black boys. They were also quicker to mistake toys for guns after viewing images of black boys.

  • 00:56

    E-Block Radio : IS THERE RACISM IN SPORTS OR ARE BLACK PEOPLE OVERLY SENSITIVE?

    in Culture

    From Cam Newton dabbin' on 'em to Johnny Manziel allegedly beating up his girlfriend. Or even Mike Vick dog fighting to Big Ben fighting rape allegations. Is there a racial divide when it comes to athletes? Call 760.283.4647 or click www.eblockradio.com this Thursday at 7pm EST to catch the @eblockradio show LIVE!! ?Hosted by Hood Howard Stern and Monk Money.  Produced by Hood Howard Stern. 


     


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  • 01:01

    The Superior Power in Black America with Darrell Freeman and Monique Freeman

    in Self Help

    Greetings everyone QueenMother4real Media proudly presents the Superior Power in Black America Show, with host Darrell D. Freeman and Co­host Monique Freeman.


    We invite everyone to call in and be a part of the conversation. You are welcome to call in on the number 347 989 0180.


    Darrell Freeman and Monique Freeman of The Superior Power in Black America want to thank QueenMother4real Media for allowing us to have this show. We are honored to be working with QueenMother4real Media and we are very excited at the opportunities that we see in our future.                        As always we also want everyone to know this show is based on the book;


    Buy book The Superior Power in Black America written by Darrell D.Freeman at LULU.com, Amazon, Barnes and Noble and google books where you can read about 58pages free. Get your copy today 


    Join us for 1st Topic; Is the black community prepared for mass production of black businesses? Second Topic; Stopping Racism and Hatred in America


    "As an American who happens to be of an African descendant I am sensitive to supporting


    black businesses. However, when I buy black I encounter poor customer service and


    attitude from black women". Darrell D.

  • 03:00

    Black Men Talk Radio ~ Show 28

    in Higher Education

    Author Babs Uman and Dr. Yan Williams covering bias towards males in Western Society. P!us Dr. Yan Williams will be sharing valuable information on Black Men's health.

  • 00:58

    Mindsets- Investing, renting vs buying, saving, what is stopping you???

    in Real Estate

    Mindsets.... Investing, renting vs buying, saving, what is stopping you???


    So many forms of investing, so many ways to do things.... are you moving 


    forward or getting stuck in your mindset? Plus plenty of goodies...


    Nathalie discusses options and speaks about how easily we get stuck


    and how to forge ahead... 

  • 01:52

    Not So Mad Science #HaroldMuhammad 323.927.2913

    in Science

    Hosted By: Harold Muhammad


    Harold, an eclectic and voracious reader, began his venture in the world of the written word as a child of 2 years.  Scraps of paper, candy wrappers, dictionary's right through the entire encyclopedia Britannica. Yet Harold was driven to books of the sciences. Physics, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, he met them all with great wonder and fascination. He delved into each discipline as if his very life depended upon understanding its depth.


    It was not until the words of The Hon. Elijah Muhammad that the essence and understanding of the sciences began to have true purpose and meaning. He said, "all there is to know is written in a book, read".


    Harold began his collegiate pursuit at Hampton Institute; he then forayed to Fairleigh Dickenson University. At FDU the practice of the Social Sciences, public activism, and public speaking became a trusted part of mental fabric.


    Harold is the husband to Celestine Muhammad, and the father of 10 extraordinary children, and 8 grandchildren. Harold has the benefit of having the most exceptional and wondrous teachers to whom he owes all that he has learned, will learn and knows to this very day, The Most  Hon. Elijah Muhammad, the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan, his Father Alfred Eatman, and his Grandfather  the Late Captain, Harold D. Hook. 

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