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  • 01:45

    ARE YOU SERIOUS? A Don't Come out of a Bag Wednesday

    in Entertainment

    Hey there Tea Sippers! Today is another edition of Don't Come out of a Bag, but I want to stay focused to day on the topics I've chosen as I KNOW these will be the hot button issues today.  I am going to keep the integrity of DCOABW by letting you talk about whatever is on your mind.  We have a lot going on in our world today and I think we need to get it off our chests, then galvanize our efforts to make sure we can CHANGE the ills of our world.

    Here are the topics that are on my mind this week:

    This STUPID, OBNOXIOUS Atlanta Housewives Reunion....Andy Cohen is a MESSY ASS QUEEN!
    Why are we not taking care of our TEACHERS??  The plight of a Detroit Teacher's firing
    #BringBackOurDaughters, #BringBackOurGirls   this is an OUTRAGE that over 200 girls were kidnapped in Nigeria from school and being held hostage because of the wanting an education.
    GUNS in the church.... Atlanta Governor signs a bill that allows for guns to be carriend in church, bars, parks and certain parts of the airport

     This is going to be an emotionally charged HOT POT of tea that will be dished, so make sure you have PLENTY of crumpets, darlings!

  • 00:31

    Bring Back Our Girls: Human Trafficking & Sex Slavery with DA Wendy O'Brien

    in Lifestyle

    While the world watches the horror of hundreds of Nigerian school girls kidnapped from their classes - stolen, forcibly wedded, and most likely prostituted -- the whole world becomess more aware that the $39-billion sex trade and human trafficking rings could be right in our own backyards. From birkas to berkenstocks - childre, particularly girls are not safe in this wolrd.

    - An estimated one million children are forced to work in the global sex industry every year.

    - The global sex slavery market generates a $39 billion profit annually.

    - Selling young girls is more profitable than trafficking drugs or weapons.

    Celebrities are taking part in Real Men Don't Buy Girls campaign. What will YOU do?

    Be part in this campaign too and spread awareness !

    #bringbackourgirls Let's get involved!

  • 02:00

    Thinking Aloud with Ayo - BringBackOurGirls

    in Lifestyle

    On the 5th of May 2014, people came out to Nigeria House in London to protest against the lack of action by the Nigerian Government in relation to finding the abducted Chibok school girls.

    All came for different reason......but they came. Hear their reasons why....





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