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KBAND THE REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS get back to business as they fire up the knowledge and get high off the revolution. Speaking of the revolution, this week the crew takes a look at the need for assimilation in Black America. Every other culture thrives in this country and if black people hope to improve our status in this country we have to take some cues from others and observe how they are able to infiltrate this racist power structure. How much of this European culture have you absorbed? How much is too much? What about interracial dating? What is a coon? How do we assimilate without becoming an Uncle Tom? Why is Sherrif Clarke wearing that dumb ass cowboy hat? Find out the answers to these questions and more Saturday night on CHOCOLATE SITY!!!!!
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tonight we are talking about Black/Negro Assimilation in America.
We are very excited about this show, We will be talking to C.J. Duarte about his 2014 season and his plans for the future. We also will be talking to his team manager Andy Shelton with Shelton Racing and some of C.J.'s sponsors.
We also will be talking to Brennan Poole after his awesome win this past weekend at Kentucky Motor Speedway.
We hope you tune in and call in. We love hearing from you.
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Tonight we will be talking to Stephanie Caudle About her year in racing so far.
We will also be talking to Emily Gwyn and her racing career.
Both race at Frienship Motor Speedway so this should be a good show.
We welcome you all as always to call in.
On this show we will be talking to Justin Fifeild a sprint car racer and ARCA driver Brennan Poole. We will be talking to Justin about his love for racing and how he got his start. https://www.facebook.com/JustinFifield49/info
we will be talking to Brennan about his NASCAR career and filling in for John Wes Townley http://www.brennanpoole.com
After we talk, we always open the phone lines so you can call in and ask questions. So think about what you want to ask them.