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This podcast discusses the symptoms of fatherless daughters during adulthood and provides tips on how to overcome many of the obstacles they face.
The title of the book referenced in this episode is "Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women" by Jonetta Rose Barras.
Episode correction: Next live show will be airing September 14th at 8am Pacific and 11am Eastern.
Below is the private investigation company I used to find my father. I provided them minimal information but they found him and provided lots of contact info on him:
1 (888) 949-6996 ext. 217
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!
I HAVE LOVE & ADMIRATION FOR MY FELLOW BLACK SISTA & HOPES FULL HEARTEDLY THAT SHE WILL SUCCEED IN LIFE.
…… HOWEVER, I ALWAYS HAVE TO ASK MYSELF WHY BLACK WOMEN GET OFFENDED SO QUICKLY OVER THE MOST LITTLE MATTERS? WHY CAN’T A BLACK WOMAN RESPECT ANOTHER WOMANS OPINION & LET SHIT GO? SOME BLACK WOMEN REALLY NEED TO #GETTHEYLIFE BECAUSE THERE'S OTHER BLACK WOMEN OUT HERE READY TO CHECK YOU IF NEEDED.
IT SHOULD NEVER BE ABOUT A BLACK WOMAN GOING AGAINST ANOTHER BLACK WOMAN, IT SHOULD BE NOTHING BUT LOVE, RESPECT & UNDERSTANDING FOR ANOTHER’S BLACK WOMEN'S OPINION… UNLESS THEY COME FOR YOU, THEN ALL BETS ARE OFF. LOL
GET IT? GOT IT? NOT YET? ….. WELL TUNE IN @ 8 PM PST & WEIGH IN ON THE TOPIC OF TONIGHT 347-996-5750
AT THE END OF THE DAY DO NOT COME FOR ME UNLESS I SEND FOR YOU.
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This according to The Grio.com, is this true? Let's look at the state of Black Women. The saying was, "Kill the men and Save the women," but not in this new age, its kill the woman too? Why? We have the bootylicious songs and glorious, rich-looking videos and the world appears to love the Nicky Minja's and Beyonce's of America. Did we get it right or wrong with Ray Rice and his wife?
So what's really going on?
Nationals Women’s Law Center says, "African American Women Are the Only Group Whose Unemployment Has Not Improved In a Year, NWLC Analysis Shows."
Join Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Hillary Potter, author of Battle Cries: Black Women and Intimate Partner Abuse for a discussion on violence against women.
Black women and abuse
Strong Black Women Syndrome
Ignoring Black women
Ray Rice issue
The effect of abuse on children
Why do women stay?
Why are there so many black single women in the Church today? Is it the Church that is keeping them from marriage, the men, or their personal standards being to high? All this and more, next, on the EYIC Radio Network airing this Thursday, 9/25/14 from 8pm to 10pm EST. The call in number is (949) 272-9514; press 1 to speak with host. You can also listen from your computer http://tobtr.com/s/6937875 To visit us on Facebook, please log onto https://www.facebook.com/darrin.chapman.581
Join Renee & Brutha Dahwah tonight @ 8pm CST for 'The Love Jones'! We will be discussing what Sistas & bruthas want from each other in such modern times. What about chivalry, & tradition.. does that still have it's place in today's time??? Listen/Comment/Question @ (929) 477-3763 or click the link...
In today's world our children are inundated with messages that often conflict the morals parents teach in their home. However, many Black American families refuse to censor what their children are able to view, read, and listen to. If we want to change the plight of our people the question should be posed, "Is censorship important even if it means restricting our children's access to many components of popular culture."