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Do drug dealers have a responsibility to the black community. Nuwla Executives, Mairo, Marthella, Kenya, and your Host David P, Pannel Discusion.
Do drug dealers have a responsibility to the black community. Nuwla executives Mairo, Marthella, Kenya and David P, panel discussion.
Are Black Women more submissive in interracial relationships? Do Black women treat men of other ethnicities better than they treat their own? Can either of these questions be answered by saying, its the "forbidden fruit" that causes a mutual admiration? We’ve talked to both sexes and interviewed other ethnicities and both have some very interesting things to say about the questions asked. Tune in this Tuesday at 7:30pm (EST) to join in on the conversation. And as usual we will have all the latest and greatest commentary on Sports, Entertainment, News, and Politics with our brand of scenisism and comic relief. Real Talk All The Time 100% Real Unpolished, unrehearsed, and unapologetic, real talk for real people. www.realtalkallthetime.com. The call in is 347-637-3010.
TONIGHT: Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. May, 26th, 10:00pm-12:00midnight EST (7:00pm-9:00pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network? We’ll discussed Cleveland’s settlement with the Department of Justice, the increase in killings in Baltimore and Was The Devil’s Punchbowl A U.S. Concentration Camp for Black Slaves? We’ll also talk about the acquittal of Officer Michael Brelo in Cleveland Ohio "Car Hood Shooting". CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS/COMMENTS & LISTEN AT (914) 338-1375. Listen online LIVE and the archived show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/05/27/was-the-devils-punchbowl-a-us-concentration-camp-for-black-slaves or www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
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Tonight we will talk about Black Men and Celibacy, Is this a new trend, if so then WHY? Call in to discuss why Men should or should not be practicing celibacy? What are the benefits? Does it hinder your power to manifest? Let's talk Celibacy!
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Contrary to what many may think, there is a difference
between Black people and niggas. Define the Black Man? Define a Nigga? Was one once the other if so how and why? Please review the list below I gathered from a website called Assata Shakur Forums. What are your thoughts? Does it appear to be true? Why are we battling with ourselves as a people? As awakened individuals should we turn our backs on our bruthas and sistas that claim to be niggas?
Black people spend thousands of dollars on higher education and see the value of owning real estate.
Niggas spend thousands of dollars on ''getting high" and are concerned only with keeping' it real.
When Black people have children, they try to get better paying jobs to make
sure they can support their child...
When niggas have children; they change jobs to avoid paying child support.
When Black people have children, they invest in college plans, piano lessons and braces...
When niggas have children they invest in designer clothes, platinum jewelry and mini-Air Jordans
Black people watch out for their neighbors and understand the importance of strong neighborhoods...
Niggas watch their neighbors, and look for an opportunity to take advantage of their weaknesses.
Black people appreciate the sacrifices made for them by, their families to help them get ahead in life...
Niggas will sacrifice their Families and steal from them in order to get their next high.
Black people appreciate expensive jewelry designer clothes and nice cars but realize that they don't make the person....
Niggas define themselves by their designer clothes platinum jewelry and nice cars.
Join the conversation with Fit Is The New Sexy Talk Radio Show and Karen Carrington as she shares how the power in choice instead of being a victim allowed her to lead by example and leave the shame behind.
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