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Join Blackistand radio as we speak with Safirah Chinwe about issues affecting the Black woman.
We will discuss the gender wars, healing the Black woman, feminism, the Black woman’s role in the struggle, mending relationships in the Black community, sexuality and much more.
SISTARS, you are encouraged to tune-in (347-989-8767 press 1 to talk, hold to listen), and add on to the conversation. Chat room will also be open!
Feminism is defined as the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.
The fight for feminism began in 60's and 70's. How far have we come now and why is this a big issue?
We will also look into the group Women Against Feminism.
Join hosts Logic, BJ, Char & Jill. Of course me too, Ky!
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WE ALL HAVE OUR OWN OPINION REGARDING WHAT WEAKENED THE BLACK COMMUNITY BUT WHEN YOU THROW FEMINISM IN THE POT IT CAN MAKE A VERY INTERESTING SOUP. JOIN ME AS I TRY TO MAKE SOME SENSE OUT OF THIS VIEWPOINT. MAYBE YOU CAN HELP ME ? CALL IN @ (347) 996-5369
It’s a common misconception that feminism employs misandry. There are a number of places where this misconception comes from, but regardless of the sources, they all have one thing in common: They serve to derail feminist conversations and distract from important issues at hand. In this episode, we will discuss the misconception that “all feminists hate men,” and address why it’s a troublesome stereotype.
Based on his article 5 Reasons Why So Many People Believe Feminism Hates Men and Why They’re Not True, Sam Killermann will debunk this misconception and reconcile feminism as a gender-inclusive movement.
Aug 19, 2015 we celebrate 8 years on air so we have a Summer Preview Show for Season 8 http://madison2media.com
?The Media. Tonight we will have a very special guest, Mr. Allen Rosskopf, retired Journalism and English Professor. We will be tackling the following:
How the delivery of news has changed and the concept of what now passes as a news story, vs. what we have seen historically (print, TV and radio).
What part has technology played in the changing landscape of the media? Pros and Cons?
Are we adversely affected as a society, by the manner in which information is currently being disseminated?
What has happened to the Black Media (The Afro-American Newspaper, BET News, etc.)? Why is it relevant/necessary to the Black community?
Plan on an exciting dialogue and have your questions ready. No-Tea, Just talk. We'll be waiting.
Dr. Ron Capps is a communications professor at a midwest university. He is an avid social media marketer and works with a variety of clients for online marketing an promotion.
The show is hosted by Ken English, an online marketing consultant with a video focus.
Dr. Capps will talk about his 68th Birthday Bundle of Social Media and other projects, including a special Facebook bundle of information products.
This week we will talk about:
What drove Vester Flanagan to commit those murders on live TV?
Hurricane Katrina 10 years later. What have we learned.
Has the success of Straight Outta Compton helped or hurt future biopics of Hip hop icons?
Is it time to take Donald Trump seriously?
Is modern Feminism helping our hurting the black community.
We will discuss this and much more today on #LFCRadio
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