• 00:28

    Black Girls Need Saving Too!

    in Culture

    Who Is Going To SAVE Them?


    With so much focus on black boys, black girls are literally being destroyed and tragically left out of the equation for a successful nation.  Most scholarls acknowledge that while saving our sons is very important, but few remedies address the fact that a nation rises no higher than its women.  Dr. Toni and guest discuss what must be done today, if we are to rescue our girls from the overwhleming forces engineered to destroy black society.


    Call in at (347) 989-1612


     

  • 00:31

    Ep. 29: Love & Hip-hop, Celibacy & Free Giggles

    in Entertainment

    Don't wait!!!  Tune in and laugh with the host of 2 Black Girls & Mic @Alysse Stewart & @ShayMooreOnAir.  These two energetic, straight forward and entertaining radio host will leave you wanting more at the end of this 30 minuet episode.  They are talking all about good sex, bad sex and neighbors complaining about sex that's too loud.  Sounds like a lot of the S-E-X word but trust there is a lot more.  Like Creflo Dollar and his call for funds for a new church plane, breast-feeding babies with teeth, the crazy happenings on Love & Hip-hop #NewYork and believe it or not: the potential Kick Starter fund for Shay's new boobs - did she really say that? Press play to find out what's really going on with Stewart and Moore in this entertaining episode of 2 Black Girsls & A Mic.


    LIKE the show on Facebook (2BlackGirlsAndAMic) and holla at us on Twitter (@2Blackgirls and Instagram too.  Much love to you for the listen.  And a big hug for those that comment, share and follow the show here on #BlogTalkRadio.  *Now available on iTunes too.

  • 00:30

    Part 2 - Black Girls Need Saving Too!

    in Culture

    Who Is Going To SAVE Them?


    With so much focus on black boys, black girls are literally being destroyed and tragically left out of the equation for a successful nation.  Most scholarls acknowledge that while saving our sons is very important, but few remedies address the fact that a nation rises no higher than its women.  Dr. Toni and guest discuss what must be done today, if we are to rescue our girls from the overwhleming forces engineered to destroy black society.


    Call in at (347) 989-1612

  • 00:08

    Black Girls Can Putt!

    in Entertainment

    Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald’s resumee has a lot of, ah, holes in it.  But that’s a good thing! “When I worked in corporate America, I was getting assigned projects that kept me in my little cubicle, where I didn’t get to interact with many people. And I’d run into young Caucasian interns who were getting very difficult projects while hamming it up with the execuitves and I kept wondering, What’s the deal here?” the founder of Black Girls Golf tells Black Girl Nerds host Jamie Broadnax. “What I eventually found out was these interns would get asked to play a round of golf with the executives—and they went. But I didn’t know how to play and it didn’t seem like something that black people did. So I went to Kmart, bought some clubs for $100 and took five lessons.  Then the next time I heard one of the execs say, ‘Let’s go play,’ I went along. And it was like—bam!—I had instant credibility and respect.”

  • 00:31

    Part 3- Saving Black Girls - Stratgies for Success!

    in Culture

    In this episode of Black Society Commentary, Dr. Toni and Dr. Jackie recent news event that demonstrate critical issues affecting black girl/women empowerment and strategies to help us to overcome them.  


     


     

  • 00:59

    Black Girls Golf creator Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald

    in Golf

    Black Girls Golf was founded in 2011 by Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald. Tiffany created Black Girls Golf after spending 10 years in Corporate America and noticing how many opportunities were available to her colleagues who played golf. As she became a more experienced golfer, she noticed how few Black women were involved in the sport.
     
    Black Girls Golf exists to change the exclusive culture of golf by introducing women and minorities to golf and making them lifelong players.

  • 03:02

    C.D. - Black Girls Gone Wild / The Ferguson Report

    in Current Events

    For those of us you live in New York City, Wednesday at a MacDonald's in Brooklyn, a 16-year old girl was mercilessly beaten by a group of 5 other young (teenager) girls. Apparently, this was a part of some sort of gang activity.


    For those who would argue that this is an isolated incident, I beg to differ, taking at face value, the overriding sentiment that "the girls are worse than the boys".


    What has happened, as we see a transformation, right before our eyes, our precious females, displaying such uncouth and uncivilized behavior before the world? 


    Clearly, the socialization of females has been debased, from one of refinement, culture and femininity, to "strength" and "independence", to the point, where they've started to think and behave like [wayward] men!


    We must no longer be in denial, as not only to the problem, but those underlying and overt influences that we have allowed to go unchecked, for years, being deceived into believing they were of assistance (e.g. feminism).


    On March 4, Eric Holder released the Investigation of the Ferguson Police Department, a scathing report which charged it tolerating and allowing, clearly racist policies and procedures, when it comes to its black residents. As a result, it’s Police Chief and some other high-ranking personnel resigned.


    Then, on Thursday, right in front of Police Headquarters, during an otherwise, peaceful protest, 2 police officers were shot. Both were taken to the hospital, but their injuries were not life-threatening.


    More tension, on top of tension.


    We will examine the Investigation, not only its contents, but it's relevancy to the demographics and social fiber of Ferguson.


    The State of Wisconsin is now a Right-to-Work state. Thank you, Governor Walker


    fiber of Ferguson.


     

  • 01:29

    Black Girls Raw & Real!

    in Women

    What is happening - or not with Black Girls in America? There is global attention given to the 234 African girls kidnapped over a month ago "Bring Back Our Girls" is now a national movement. Please join Denise Bolds of Black motherhood Empowerment and Special Guest Dr. Venus Evans-Winters as the discussion of Black Girls gets Raw & Real!


    Get Ready to be Empowered

  • 00:19

    Ep. 28: Don't tell mama I said it: We're back!

    in Entertainment

    In this episode the show host Alysse Stewart and Shay Moore place the spotslight on relationships. They answer the questions: Would you have sex in your mother's house? When was the last time and is your clock ticking and much more.  And as always the ladies talk about the celebrities just because.  Including the beef between Wendy Williams and NeNe Lakes.  This one is so in your face, you will find yourself laughing out loudd and blushing too.


    Follow the host on Twitter @ShayMooreOnAir & @AlysseStewart (@2blackGirls)


    Find them on Instagram too: @2BlackGirlsAndAMic, @AlysseStewart & @HeyShaymoore


     

  • 00:58

    Black Girls Run Founders Ashley Hicks and Toni Carey

    in Fitness

    Toni Carey and Ashley Hicks created Black Girls RUN! in an effort to tackle the growing obesity epidemic in the African-American community and provide encouragement and resources to both new and veteran runners.
    The mission of Black Girls RUN! is to encourage African-American women to make fitness and healthy living a priority.

  • 00:46

    210 Black Girls Run

    in Sports

    You've probably seen them at races and if you did you probably got encouragement, smiles and inspiration.  Black Girls Run is only a few years old, but they've made a huge impact in the lives of women helping them to get moving, making healthy choices and having a lot of fun in the sport we all love.  Meet the founders, Ashley Hicks and Toni Carey and hear them talk about the things they do to make running fun.  You'll be impressed and entertained.  Enjoy.

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