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Why do black men what white women. Is it because there hair is naturally long, no weaves ?Are white women nicer than black women? Do white women treat black men better than black women? Are white women more supportive than black women? Are black men curious more about being with white women than black women? Does color even make a difference? How do black women feel when they see a black man with a white woman? Is this the new form of racism?
Bill has been rather vocal related to Black people in america and what ails us, he has been held up by white america for the things he has said, denigrating and putting down the people who supported him to the place he sits. Still He is a Black man, does he not deserve our support?
Why suddenly the witch hunt, why has white america chosen THIS time to bring this forward, is it Distraction from the Mike Brown case??
How about the OJs and Bill Cosbys that have seemingly abandon their own once they sat at the table of whites, do these people still deserve our support or do we let them get chewed up by the master they snuggled beneath?
Innovative Black Men” Introducing original conversation and creative thinking on great ideas in relationships and dating. We will discuss innovative ways to reach your target market and how to expand your brand in business!
This is the NEW re-engineered "Conversations With Intelligent Black Men" brought to you by Digital Wisdom with host, Taq'uee Hicks aka "Black Neo" freeing minds from the matrix with digital technology.
Prepare for paradigm shifting truths and information that addresses the miseducation of people of color. Our mission is to inspire and empower those who dare to embark on the never-ending quest for TRUTH and FREEDOM. ALL are welcome. Join us as we discuss the topics most black people are unaware of, don't know enough about or just don't talk about that are critical to the improvement of the black community. Call in toll-free at (855)445-9707
This show will discuss the black woman and white man’s relationship like it has never been discussed before sharing real life experiences by black women who feel they have found their perfect match while others voice their opinions about interracial relationships. It will allow black women the opportunity to experience the other side by exploring the taboos through invigorating discussions.
Do white men treat black women better? Why white men meet the needs of black women? Are successful black women becoming more like successful black men? Why black women and white men last longer than black men and white women……and more
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Kayt Healing Arts oppressed by slavery will be spoken about in detail and how this mixture of tribal, eastern, and western healing forms can benefit black people everywhere. Tribal thought how it is so different then the American way of thinking and how this affects people of African decent today! This information is part of your heritage and has been oppressed from you "the black people". The irony is I the white person was entrusted with this knowledge before leaving the Caribbean.
“Kyat is a secret group of Caribbean healers that I was privileged to be part of. As the only Caucasian allowed into this organization I had access to privileged information that is not been shared with the Western world. Recently the headmaster has passed to the other side. He came to me in a dream and a meditation and told me it was time to share the secrets with the Western world. He already sent me here to learn the way of the West. And to spend time in the Western world. I never thought it would come to this. But I called down to confirm his passing with his neighbor; because of course he doesn't have a telephone. The neighbor confirmed his passing as well as a written message left to me saying only one thing "Rembrandt it is time". This to me is the message that it is time to share the teachings of my secret Healer group Kyat.
I was allowed in: I was only allowed in because of who my parents are, passing the tests that they had sent me through to confirm my natural abilities, and the fact that I was going to stay on the island. This is highly unusual being Caucasian. Because of these reasons I was allowed into the group. When I joined I was about 15. I had no idea they had started recruiting me when I was 11 or 12. When I began studying with them the majority of them were in their 80s and I realized then that this was a dying group; but I stayed with them anyway because the knowledge that they offered was to....
I was that guy who ran through countless of women and didn’t care about the carnage I walked away from, until karma came knocking at my door and refused to leave until I answered.
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The one thing that will awaken a man, as the one I’m writing about, is pain. Through my heartache, I found my passion and purpose to push others forward.
The moment I laid down my will and selfish desires. I gained my life back.
Be EPIC and know I don’t regret not one pain sent out. That pain, along with my own pain, has helped thousands. If I’ve pushed one, I’ve pushed a million. Stay encouraged
We probably see it everyday but do we really put any deep thought into it? We have not one but two White mothers of Black children to share with us their challenges, issues, triumphs and disappointments of raising their biracial children. These two women are Patty Candell and Leah Wagner and they are gonna put us onto a perspective that is rarely considered by the browner side of us. Well, maybe it is considered but other shows don't have the balls to do it like Urban Therapy with SUN will.
Do we care about their challenges? Are we aware of their challenges? Do we consider the way that they raise children who look like us to be the same way that we raise our children? Do they feed their kids the same things that we eat? How do they deal with disciplining their children? Is it all calm talk, reasoning and time outs?
How do they do their daughter's hair? Where do they get their son's hair cut? What happens when their children ask what race they are and why mommy and daddy look so different? What happens when deeper cultural, heritage and identity questions and issues arise should they come up? How do White mothers deal with their children's peer pressure to date, dress, talk and act BLACK so to speak? What happens if they talk WHITE?
How does the White mother handle the looks and stares that some may give when they go to register their children for school or when they have to interact with other parents who have not been in interracial relationships and may be negatively judgemental about this?
On this show we will hear firsthand the way that a White woman feels when she is around Black women who may feel some kind of way about them "taking" their Black men and if that is even the case?