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Afro State of Mind by Lurie Daniel Favors provides a critical analysis of issues and current events impacting the Black community. Lurie is the author of Afro State of Mind: Memories of a Nappy Headed Black Girl, a story that uses one girl's experience with hair and colorism to explore race, history and identity.
This week Lurie continues her month long focus on health and wellness in the Black community. In this episode she speaks with director of the NYC Food and Fitness Partnership, Dara Cooper about the ways in which access to healthy foods is a defining issue in Black health. This episode orginally aired in January 2014.
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WILL TALK ABOUT BLACK HISTORY BEFORE WE CAME TO AMERICA BY LEARNING ABOUT THE ZA DYNASTY. WOULD YAHSHUA HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH TODAYS CHURCH? WAS KING JAMES REALLY BLACK AND NOT A HOMO? MORE ON HEALTH. THIS IS OPEN FORUM. YOU CAN TUNE IN AT: www.blogtalkradio.com/time-for-a-awakening AT 8:00PM EST TONITE AND EVERY MONDAY NITE. IF YOU DON"T HAVE A COMPUTER CALL 1-347-324-5888 TO JOIN IN.
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KB and THE REVOLUTIONARY RYDERS get down to business as usual with a very important topic, health and wellness in Black America. Black men have some serious health issues and most of them can be avoided if we practice preventative medicine and healthy living habits. How much does our diet play into our health? What about prostate cancer, hypertension, diabetes and AIDS? SISTERS are dying from breast cancer at alarming rates, infant mortality is at an all time high in the 414. What exactly is soul food? Now more than ever we need to heal mind body and soul. Get the answers to these questions and many more Saturday night at 7:30 PM CST!!!!!
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RELIGIONS HAVE CONFUSED THE WORD THUS CONFUSING YAH'S PEOPLE. LET'S STRAIGHTEN THINGS OUT. THERE ARE FLOOD STORIES ALL OVER THE WORLD. SOME SAY THAT IT'S A MYTH, WAS IT? SOMEONE HAS A GOOD MODEL FOR SUCCESSFUL BLACK BUSINESS, LETS CHECK HIM OUT. MORE ON HEALTH. THIS IS OPEN FORUM. YOU CAN TUNE IN AT: www.blogtalkradio.com/time-for-a-awakening AT 8:00PM EST TONITE AND EVERY MONDAY NITE. IF YOU DON'T HAVE A COMPUTER CALL 1-347-324-5888 TO JOIN IN.
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We are going do our Black Geeks Hunger Games Episode tonight.
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Tonight our special guest will be Mukasa Ricks Dada formally WILLIE RICKS. He is a Pioneer in the Black Power Movement and a legend inthe struggle. He has worked with the likes of Martin Luther King Jr. Stokely Carmicheal, H. Rap Brown ( Imam Jamil Al- Amin) and many others. He Joins the broadcast to speak on the current state of our loved ones and captive and what we must do to deliever them justice and see them all free. We will update you on the case of King Samir Shabazz, Hannibal Rushadeen, and D- K Browns recovery since his incident. Call in 646- 478 - 4447. We must also cover the NYPD's Murder of brother Eric Garner and how we Plan to respond. So miuch going on we gotta fight back
The most controversial figure in adult entertainment presents a no holds barred discussion about the future of the business. Rob's insight is spawned from having grown up around the adult biz, as his father owned several adult bookstores throughout Western New York.
Rob was the owner of Extreme Associates, which was at the time considered an outlaw in the biz because of its edgy content. Such fare is commonplace now.
Rob and his wife Lizzy Borden paid an extreme price for innovating adult, as both spent a year in prison on federal obscenity charges.
Rob also owned XPW - Xtreme Pro Wresting, which was one of the top wrestling organizations in the world, with a weekly national TV show, employing such superstars as Shane Douglas, X-Pac, Sabu and the late Chris Candido. XPW folded in 2003 after Extreme was indicted.
Join Rob and his friends for a lively 2 hours of explicit talk. No topic is off limits. No subject is taboo.
Andrea Brunais is a journalist with more than 20 years in the field. After a career as a prizewinning reporter, editor, and opinion writer, she now works in higher-ed communications. She served on the editorial boards of The Tallahassee Democrat (then Knight-Ridder) and The Tampa Tribune (then Media General) and edited the Creative Loafing chain's alternative weekly in Sarasota.
As a journalist she won first-place awards from the Southern Newspaper Publishers Association, the Florida Press Club, Florida Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Florida Medical Association, as well as a Robert Kennedy Journalism Award for investigative reporting. She is the co-author of a book on media relations, I See Your Name Everywhere! Her first novel, Night of the Litani, set in Lebanon, received widespread critical acclaim.
Mercedes Wore Black: Florida Politics. The only thing predictable is the unpredictability. When Janis is fired from her job at the newspaper, she focuses on the causes that matter to her. The environment and the economy. That embroils her in the 2014 election. When her good friend Mercedes encounters danger and is brutally murdered, Janis begins to investigate. She finds herself in a political maelstrom of big money, lottery, and interests with opposing goals. Joe Guidry, Opinion Editor at The Tampa Tribune writes; "Fast-paced, exquisitely written, Mercedes Wore Black vividly depicts the underbelly of the newspaper industry and the all-too-real shenanigans of those who are ever willing to sacrifice Florida's natural treasures"
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Show yesterday was awesome. I would like to thank everyone that listened, the guest in the chat room and our caller out of Maryland, Greg. Some of what Greg said on the show yesterday got me to thinking. Especially when he said that it was not the resposibility of good Black men to check and or rid their communities of the crafty con artist type Black males. Of course this logic is shocking to me and I was wondering just how many other good Black men feel the way Greg does? Why is it that the destructive Black male is so visual and out front in Black neighborhoods while the good law abiding Black man, Fathers, Business owners ect... seem to (always) be the invisible silent types? Someone on FB even said that nobody listens to the married men. Again I want to know, Why? Has the good Black mans good reputation been used against them by their more rambunctious, minstrel cooning street wise brethren? Are responsible elite Black men out there handling their business as visualy and publically as those they claim to be the thugs, shyters, pimps and players are? It seems that Black men with all the wisdom and knowledge on how to live a civilized, drama free life are keeping those SECRETS to themselves huh? So I would like to know if this imbalance of the good Black man vs the devious ones, harming the image of Black men as a whole? Does it cause their women to see them as WEAKER. And the world to lump all of them into one box? Tonight I want Black men (only) to call in and answer these questions. ooohhhh i can't wait.
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