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Often there is discussion and studies regarding black women being single, without a mate. Nobody ever tries to bring forth dialogue regarding ending the crisis. Now African American Women Matters have.
African American men are very liberal about dating outside his race. And is known to be a very staunch supporter of interracial love. I don't have anything against anyone that date outside their race.
I don't have a problem with black women that date outside of their race. I've heard that the black community isn't really supportive and somewhat ostracize black women that date out. It has been said that the black community is willing to embrace white women as an in-law but not a white male as an in-law. Is this true? If why?
Should the black community try to be more inclusive to black women involved in interracial relationships. Should African American women become vocal about ending the single black women crisis? So much 'ratchedness' would end if single black women could find a partner. Let's be civil and discuss this topic. If you think AAWM is wrong to bring this topic to the table explain why.
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.
The Official Black Poetey Cafe and BWR are at it again,
HONORING WOMEN OF MELANIN
The world's largest on-line poetry group will be slamming the airways with pros and verse honorig the Melaninated Women world wide
Melissa "JustMeThePoet" Eliss
This event will be the crowning event in Women's History Month. Celebrating all the magificence of the Women and their Divinity as the co-creator of Life with Almighty God. Her Beauty and Regal Aire will be estolled for three wonderful and powerful hours.
BLACK WOMEN & LOVE
FRI., MAY 8, 2015…10:30p C/ 11:30 p E…Call/Chat/Listen ~ 347-637-3074
TONIGHT WE WILL TALK ALL THINGS WOMEN!
LOVE, RELATIONSHIPS, MONEY, MEN THEY CHOOSE, FAMILY, CAREER.
CALL IN TO DISCUSS BLACK WOMEN & THEIR BEAUTIFUL ASSETS
CELEBRATING MOTHERS/WOMEN: WOMEN UNITED 2015 1ST ANNUAL CONVENTION
CALL IN TO FIND OUT ABOUT THE 1ST ANNUAL WOMEN UNITED CONVENTION SHCHEDULED FOR JUNE 25TH – 27TH IN GAUTIER MS. (10 MINUTES FROM THE NEWLY DEVELOPED BILOXI, MS BEACH SHORELINE)
FEATURING KEY NOTE SPEAKER EMPRESS PHILE "EMPRESS CHI”
WORKSHOPS FOR ACTION PLANNING & WOMEN GATHERING ON THE BEACH
African Women Gathering Saturday- A time of mourning, lamenting and healing from the abuse, murder, rape, domestic violence and discrimination of African women (white attire)
Register at www.womenunited7777.org
SOME OF THE WORKSHOPS AVAILABLE
Body, Mind, Spirit, Environmental Justice, Foster Care/ Child Protection, The Justice System, Entrepreneurial Actions (Self Sufficiency), Education, Health and Fitness, Black History from the Cradle of Civilization Up To Now, Police Brutality, Relationships, Health, Human Rights, Youth and Children, Money and Power, Maximizing our Social and Cultural Capital for Global Relevancy, Self-Defense.
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So this week we had Phylicia Rashad make a statement about Cosby and then say she was misquoted, while three more women came forward, the premiere of the new drama Empire and homophobia spewed all over the web from black people as a result, the situation in France, real or staged and the Roger Goodell/Ray Rice situation. There is lots to discuss. Call in 347-215-8933
This is part four of a four part series.
The fourth show will wrap up our assessments of these movements. We will discuss how black men, like Al Sharpton and others, who are lashing out at the young protestors.
The #BlackLivesMatter is the Millennial movement and not the Civil Rights vanguard who have done nothing but fatten their pockets and stomachs since MLK.
We will also discuss the Michael Shermer & Sam Harris interview towards the end.
You can dial into the show 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts. You can Skype into the show.
In the outrage over the lack of justice for Michael Brown, Ezell Ford, Eric Garner and the several others who died at the hands of law enforcement, there was an erasure of the black women, girls and queer folks who had met the same fate within some of the protests. Yet the Silence of Black women being brutalized is disturbing....This Episode we'll take a look at the How black women became an after thought in the movement they created.
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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ITS hump Dayyyyyyy #Iammeradio family!!! Join the Beauties on tonight's show to see if ONLINE DATING IS WORKING FOR WOMEN OF COLOR. Statistics show some interesting facts. Also #Ibeauty #MissSweetHeat and #Tiff will share their own stories. Call in to share yours. Don't forget "I Am Me Moments" "Who Does That" and "The Inspirational Corner..This is going to be so much fun.
We can't wait. Join in on Wednesday May 20th ,8pm eastern call 845-241-9898 or listen at blogtalkradio.com/Iammeradio
Special Guest vibing with us Rashida Strober the Dark Skin Activist. Part 1: We'll hear from our new sistar on thoughts about our men and the whole dark skin like skin ordeal and explain her views on the Kendrick Lamar blog that had everyone talking. Part 2: Do other cultures treat their women better than the American Black Man? Is it the images that are on television? Do most people feed into the negative images of Black couples? Many cultures make statements that the Black Man in America disrespect their women or the Black Man needs to learn how to be a MAN. Do you think that most cultures have a clue as of what's going on within our culture as Black Americans? Are we as women except to be treated like other women in other races or should we want to be treated as a Queen by our own men?
What should be our stance and response as Black women on the state of affairs in African nations?
The mainstream media makes every attempt to make it appear that Africa is filled with nothing but wild violent uneducated monkeys running through the wild and the jungles of the continent, but the truth is that there are plenty of African nations that are more well off economically than many Black communities in America, even with its more indigenous and poverty-stricken cultures.
What should be the Blackwoman's stance in America as to the continent of Africa and to any particular African nation?
Instead of using the words "Black Unity," let's phrase it a different way: "Are we ever going to start singing our different parts and playing our different instruments in the same choir, or start singing all of our different parts in the choir to the tune of the same song at the same time?"
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