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Michelle Materre and Alexandra Nichole Salazar
Michell is a Professor At The New School, Media Relations. Founder, CEO and Curator Of “Creatively Speaking Film Series” that has brought the most exciting, innovative and creative new film makers and their films for the past nineteen years to the Greater New York City area. She is the first independent Black film distributor in America. Her commitment to presenting and preserving the Black Film genre is unbending and relentless.
Alexandra is a Graduate at the New School, Women's Studies and Michelle’s assistant
“Rev. Dr. DLC Boyce and: Let's Talk-U – my monthly...advice program...to help you...become a better you...!!!”
This week’s topic: “A Time for Prophets...!!! - What's...The PLAN...???”
This is the story on this week’s…The BCS Experience!
Really Cool People...all across the country will be tuning-in to "The BCS Experience: History-Arts-Culture-Politics in Review & Discussion" – live – every Wednesday – 5-6 pm (EST) on www.goproradio.com.
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If you're xtra cool...you'll call in to voice your opinion 347-884-9839. Call-in… because I want to hear from you.
What Are You Willing To Do To Be Free? I mean if you call yourself a Freedom Fighter and your for the Liberation of the People, Then This Question Is For You. We At Culture Freedom Radio Don't Advocate Violence Unless....It's Used For Self-Defense. We're From The Belief That A Self-Defense Beats The First Offense. I'm Quite Sure You Can See The Increase Of Voilence Towards Innocent Black Folks, Not Only From The Hands Of The System Of White Supremacy But Crazy Ass Zombie Nigga's As Well. Their Is A Fear Factor That Has A Lot Of Our Freedom Fighters Paralyzed And Lacking What You Would Call......BALLS! How Long Will You Allow These Heathens To Kill Your Woman And Children And Not Do Nothing About It? Arise, Asafo Warrior.....Arise! We Don't Have All The Solutions, So If You Do Help Me Out With This One Family..........Please call in, I would like to have your feed back on what We can do to help build a better Youth for not just Today,But Tomorrow As Well!!! .The Call in Number is 1-347-850-8030....Tell Your Momma, Daddy, Sister, Brother, Aunt, Uncle, Cousin, Sons, Daughters, Nieces, Nephews, Freinds And Even Your Crazy Ass Homeboy Pooky Pooh, That Mr.Savannahblack And His Brotha Meshiha Ras Hu Is On And It's Going Down.....Oh Yeah, The Theme Is....
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Michelle Bergquist, your host of Women Who Lead, interviews Rae Majors Wildman, CEO & President of Rae Majors-Wildman International.
Rae will provide us with insights into today’s corporate culture and business environment which she refers to as a new frontier! Her new book, “The Corporate Exodus: How America's Top Companies Build a Winning Culture (to Attract, Keep and Develop their Emerging Leaders)” is based on in-depth interviews and research of companies listed on Forbes "Best Places to Work"
Rae Majors-Wildman is an award-winning business strategist, sought after speaker and best-selling author. Rae solves business problems by taking a G.P.S. approach to developing the next generation of leaders. Her expertise is in helping small business owners and corporations to create wildly successful businesses that make a greater difference and impact to those they are called to serve (internally and externally).
As the CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Women of Influence, Michelle Bergquist is a passionate advocate for women in business. At Connected Women of Influence, we believe that more women need to lead in business and everything we do is center-focused on designing platforms, programs, connections and collaborative opportunities for b2b women to prosper, succeed and lead the way in business today!
Group members will discuss:
The role that resistance to slavery played in pre-emancipation Jamaica
What was so revolutionary about the philosophy and opinions of Marcus Garvey?
What can be learned from the "livity” of Rastafari and how does it tie in with resistance to oppression? Was it expressed in the same way as the resistance of the Maroons?
Rape culture is a concept in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender and sexuality. Behaviors commonly associated with rape culture include victim blaming, sexual objectification, trivializing rape, denial of widespread rape, refusing to acknowledge the harm of some forms of sexual violence, or some combination of these. There is evidence to suggest that rape culture is correlated with other social factors and behaviors. Rape myths, victim blaming, and trivialization of rape have been found to be positively correlated with racism, sexism, homophobia, ageism, classism, religious intolerance and other forms of discrimination.
The most recent case with Bill Cosby has sparked the need to have this discussion. Both men and women, can be raped. Both men AND women can be blamed for rape. I want to have an open, adult discussion about it.
Salvation in the urban culture to save all that call on Him in truth. The Holy Spirit leading the people of God to communicate in Gospel Rap and Spoken Word Poetry! Glory to God in the Highest! Talents and gifts are out to draw others to Christ Jesus! To Him be the Praise!
Sports, Race, Culture and Politics
On tonight's episode of TRU SPORTS TALK we go right into some of the controversial topics that are happening today in the world of sports. We also take a historical look into the factors that have shaped the perception of mainstream sports with a goal of providing insight and clarity to the listeners.
TONIGHT'S TOPICS INCLUDE
AAU Basketball Reform
Trophy Culture in Sports
College Basketball Recruiting
Women's College basketball players leaving school early to play professionall basketball
How to make the WNBA more profitable
NBA age requirement
Lack of Black Head Coaches in Sports
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
Our first guest is Linda Livingston, persussionist and drummer who is featured at AfroSolo in the Gardens Concert tomorrow at Yerba Gardens, 3rd and Mission in San Francisco, 1-3 p.m. It is a free concert (afrosolo.org). She is also performing in the Emperor Jones production at the Cyclone Warehouse in San Francisco (415-420-8000).
We close with a rebroadcast of an interview with Ben Vereen.
Music: Ben Vereen's I've Got A Lot of Living to Do; Wolf Hawk Jaguar's Esu Exit; Boukman Eksperyans Gran Bwaile (A Vodou Spirit).