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Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST as we discuss we leadership, or the lack thereof, in the Black community.
Has the current leadership failed us? Why or why not?
Is it time for the current leadership to share the roles or vacate? It's not as though we need their permission.
What type of leadership is needed in the Black community?
Where do we start? Has the #Ferguson uprising ignited a kindling fire?
What do we need in terms of resources?
Who are our true allies? Have some of our trusted allies betrayed us?
Where are the Democrats?
Why are some wealthy Blacks telling us to stop protesting and go home?
Is prayer the answer?
Why is there a deafening silence in the secular community?
Why do some of these people take our loyalty for granted? Some feel entitled to it.
Is it time for a change? What? Who? Why?
Where do we go from here?
Why are the Millennials so important to this paradigm shift?
Let's talk about. Open discussion. Open chatroom this week.
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This podcast discusses the symptoms of fatherless daughters during adulthood and provides tips on how to overcome many of the obstacles they face.
The title of the book referenced in this episode is "Whatever Happened to Daddy's Little Girl?: The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women" by Jonetta Rose Barras.
Episode correction: Next live show will be airing September 14th at 8am Pacific and 11am Eastern.
Below is the private investigation company I used to find my father. I provided them minimal information but they found him and provided lots of contact info on him:
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The Hushmo Black Forum follows current events and news relevant to the African American community. The moderator initiates thought-provoking discussions and conversation for the listing audience throughout cyberspace . Members and guests of Hushmo’s online public forum are diverse individuals who have passionate insights and perspectives on African American issues that range from day-to-day life, politics, media, history, books, sports, entertainment, style, beauty and more.
The forum features a blog for members to post comments and interact. Writers highlight everything from movies and celebrity fashion to local human interest stories and lifestyle advice.
The Hushmo Black Forum airs online on Blog Talk Radio every Saturday at 7pm. On Blog Talk Radio, Hushmo Black has taken an in-depth look at the prolific African American activist W.E.B Du Bois. Hushmo Black has also reviewed and discussed Jimmy C. Cameron's newly released book “RACISM and HATE: an AMERICAN REALITY” and his first book "The Water Boy: The Life and Trials of Jimmy C. Cameron," which documents the life of Jimmy C Cameron and the Cameron family history in the state of Georgia covering some 230 years and windup centering on an epiphany he had when wounded in the Vietnam War in 1966."
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Spirit of A Dove - presents - Getting to know "U", a series of dialogued, presentations and features to explore, expand and embrace Black Entrepreneurs who share the vision of True Networking. Hear from members of the (BEU) - Black Entrepreneurs Union, as they share their missions, testimonies and success stories around their products and services.
Learn how to become a part of this - "Spirit Of A Dove Movement"! We are a support association for the sole purpose of giving support to members and teaching network marketing strategies so that you, the Entrepreneur can succeed. Join us at www.meetup.com/SOADNETWORK
There is a lot of talk about black people being the first people of America, if this is the truth who are these brown men with straight long hair and feathers in their mouths. Also we will look at if its possible and acceptable for a black man or woman in the black power struggle to be sleeping with a white person. TUNE IN & SHARE YOUR THOUGHTS!
YO MOMMA BLACK SHOW SCHEDULE
Monday: The Love Jones - With Renee & Dawah (Relationships)
Wednesday: Run Down With Renee - With Renee (Social)
Thursday: Speak It Like You Think It - With Naj (Sports)
Saturday: Organise Or Perish Show With Marcus & Meshiah (Politics/Social)
Sunday: PAST (Problems And Solutions Show) With Peter & Mojo (Economics)
Somewhere in America, right now, Black Women are asking Black Men, each other and anyone who will listen how to find a good Black Man to date. The easier question is how do they NOT date Black Men? In other words, what are the things that Black Women should avoid when dating Black Men so that the dating process can actually progress into something more?
The question has to be asked: How many Black women want to date a Black man who talks incessantly about how whorish, greedy and bitchy Black women are? Think about this when dating Black Men.
For my Sisters who still have faith in us, leave the negativity campaign for the girl’s night out and approach us with hope, open dialogue with a positive, productive goal, concern for the future of Black relationships, and Black families. We have plenty to discuss outside of how horrible you may think we are and many of us are still hopeful about Black women.
On the next episode of "The Bridge," Darryl James will provide insight to Black Women on how NOT to date a Black Man. Co-hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus D. LeGall, III, Dr. John Hamilton and DJ Gates join James on one of the smartest radio shows on the Internet.
Today I will be talking to Sherry Payne. She will be walking across the state of Missouri along the Katy Trail to bring attention to the invisible epidemic of African-American infant mortality- babies dying prior to their first birthday. Here in the US, Black babies die at twice the rate of their Caucasian counterparts. The reason for this is very complex but we must increase awareness of the problem to increase our efforts at solutions. She will be walking for 12 days across our state (200 miles along the Katy Trail from Kansas City to St. Louis) and talking to lots of groups and organizations as I cross the state.
With the opening of the Baltimore Comic Con only days away, The Black Geeks talk about their favorite books, how far comics of come, the social aspects of comics in the 21st century, paper vs. ereaders, and much much more in Part One of our series about The Evolution of Comics.
Where are the business owners that hire the youth in your neighborhood? Contribute to the political candidates that address your concerns? Support the causes you believe in? Shopping is more than buying goods and services, it's empowering people to make choices that affect your life. Cassiopia Sledge, creator of TheBlackMall.com explains how shoppers can empower themselves and enrich their communities by choosing to shop with companies that circulate money back to the community
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Black people are at WAR. We are at war with a very cunning and ruthless enemy who has crippled our minds, our bodies and our spirits.
We are at a critical stage in this war and the actions we take today will determine whether or not we survive as a people or go the way of so many species now EXTINCT.
On this programme we will discuss the problems we face, we will offer solutions to combat those problems and YOU will also be allowed to offer any solutions that may help us in the war effort.
We are at WAR family! Your ignorance of that fact does NOT change the fact, it only increases your enemy's chance of an easy victory.
**This episode: VICTORY BY BOYCOTT PART 2 : FOOD, CLOTHES AND MEDIA - Stop police brutality by supporting black businesses ONLY. DEFEAT WHITE SUPREMACY MY KEEPING YOUR MONEY AWAY FROM WHITE PEOPLE AND OTHER RACES.
Welcome to the DANGER ZONE!
Fun, Inspiring and Practical discussions on Life, Love and Making It Count! Host Erika Black is Life-Coach and the owner of Pull It Together and is all about helping people move forward, acheive their goals and dreams, live with joy, intention and make a difference.