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JOINING US THIS WEEK ON "MAN ABOUT TOWN WITH DONN CARL HARPER (FRIDAY AUG.28TH. II:30 P.M. CST)
THE PHENOMENAL LAURA RICE!
Laura is the creator and host of Full Body Frequency, a radio show celebrating plus-size women through the exploration of beauty, fashion, health and wellness, art and culture, travel, and love.FULL BODY FREQUENCY (https://soundcloud.com/fullbodyfrequency/full-body-frequency-episode-1-a-fresh-start-with-your-genes-in-your-jeansy)
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explode the myths that fat women are sedentary and self-loathing
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Women sizes 14 and up make up more than 30% of the female population in the United States. So nobody – not mainstream media (television, radio, movies, magazines) – gets to silence us or make us invisible. This radio show is the platform through which listeners, full-figured women and their supporters will dialogue about moving through this world fully-engaged with passion and purpose.
Progressives have two groups that are driving the edge of Progressive Policy. Feminist and African Americans, and One candidate to connect them all Bernie Sanders. Liberal White Feminist who are champions for health care, wage and income equality,and Black Feminist who are champions of ending mass incarceration, social justice and civil rights from groups like Black lives matter both lead these efforts in major ways. Bernie Sanders has a record of supporting these causes. In light of the incidents with Black Lives matter Down South and Dirty has one question? Can we find a balance? Down South and Dirty takes a serious look at this question. So join Down South and Dirty for this thought driving conversation. You know we want to keep it real and you know we will. Down South and Dirty asking questions you only dare to ask...Call in 657 383 0995 join us ask your questions.
In this episode, we discuss how the left, both in the US and internationally can take advantage of the Bernie Sanders presidency. How can Bernie's platform be used to further build a grassroot movement that calls for the objectives of socialism? What are some of the obstacles that Sanders and the left face in the capitalist poltical arena? What can the left do beyond the presidential election?
1st Hour: Bernie Sanders Q&A Christian Science Monitor press breakfast June 15, 2015.
2nd Hour: Join Host J. Michael Pryor, Douglas County, Kansas in discussion on all things progressive.
Bernie Sanders is a Democratic candidate for President of the United States. In 2006, he was elected to the U.S. Senate after 16 years as Vermont’s sole congressman in the House of Representatives. Bernie is now serving his second term in the U.S. Senate after winning re-election in 2012 with 71 percent of the vote.
From the Bernie Sanders campaign news page:
June 27, 2015 In the Granite State:
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Saturday began a two-day, seven-stop weekend swing through New Hampshire with a midday town meeting at Nashua Community College.
More than 500 people came out to hear Sanders call for a jobs program to address African-American youth unemployment. The crowd applauded when he welcomed Friday’s Supreme Court ruling that same-sex couples have a constitutional right to marry. And there were cheers when he praised Pope Francis for the pontiff’s encyclical this month making the moral case for dealing with the planetary crisis of global warming.
The main stream media would love to continue to pander the belief that Sanders has major gaps with African Americans. The DSD crew who are big Bernie FANS will break down what we have seen in our community. We will also talk on how we get the word out about Sanders and get people ready for the 2016 cycle. So yall know how we do. Join in on the conversation on Facebook at Down South and Dirty Radio, listen and call in at the number on your player...DSD is ready for you to #feelthebern!!!
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Abena Joan Brown, one of the early pioneers of African-American theater in Chicago and the president and chief executive officer of the eta Creative Arts Foundation for 40 years, died on Sunday. She was 87.
Articulate, passionate and intimidating to behold, Brown ran eta with uncompromising determination and old-fashioned formality, shepherding the organization to new facilities in an old window factory on S. South Chicago Avenue, near the corner of 75th Street, and always pushing for further growth
As Brown often said in interviews, her impetus for starting eta was her own inability to find work as an artist: Its precursor was founded in 1969 by Brown, alongside Okoro Harold Johnson, Al Johnson and Archie Weston.
Operating initially under the name Ebony Talent Associates, the group wanted to increase exposure and opportunities for African-American actors in Chicago. But Brown found that more training was needed for those actors, and thus eta was born.