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In today's society, far too often do we hear stories of women having their hearts broken by the liars, dogs, cheaters, manipulators and abusers of the world. Now, It's time for you to hear from great men who are looking to love, cherish and respect our beautiful black queens. Tune into a special rebroadcast of "Barbershop Talk" on "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST, where my all star panel of professional black men will discuss "How to Love a Black Woman the RIGHT Way". Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters".
For many years Marijuana has been the subject of many controversial issues. It is a natural plant, but has been called the gateway to more potent drugs, and worse for you than alcohol.
Now the medical field has realized the benefits of pot, and we will discuss this and how the legalization is almost eminent.
We will begin with a brief introduction about the Hal Jackon's Bear's Basketball team of Washington D.C., then Ernest Egbuna and Skeda Black interview Dr. Coralie Farley President of Friends of South West D.C. on why she helps.Fom there SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEWS- Cal Ramsey and Paul Taylor.
We will begin with a brief introduction about the Hal Jackon's Bear's Basketball team of Washington D.C., then Ernest Egbuna and Skeda Black interview Dr. Coralie Farley President of Friends of South West D.C. on why she helps.Fom there SPECIAL GUEST INTERVIEWS- Cal Ramsey and Paul Taylor
We will begin with a brief introduction about the Hal Jackon's Bear's Basketball team of Washington D.C., then Ernest Egbuna and Skeda Black interview Dr. Coralee Farley President of SouthWest D.C. on why she helps.
We hear about the 12 steps for addiction recovery. But Jennifer believes the 12 steps are made for everyone because it really is about activating love. What does activating love mean? To make love a verb and act in love. But how many of us know how? We are going to identify love and then break down the 12 steps of activating that love to bring more awareness.
How do you as an individual, whether you are Black or otherwise contribute to the stability of America being completely diversified? Black America has always been classified as poor and down trodden, but what does it take to present equality? Diversity and Equality is needed in America. Black Americans has and as of today, still are suffering from inequality and injustices all over the United States. There are so many tragedies across America and the Justice Department continues to fall short in resolutions to put an end to Police brutalities, harassment, and racial profiling.
As an American of any race, what are you currently doing to eradicate all forms of injustice?
Do you stand strong on diversity in America?
As Black Americans, do you help to eliminate Black on Black crimes?
Prime examples of inequality and injustice in America are; The assinations of Sean Bell, Trayvon Martin, Troy Davis, Mike Brown, Roy Glenn, Jr., and Jermaine Ward.
I would like for you all to join the host in this continued fight for justice and equality. It has been the hosts' thoughts that Black America should Boycott America for Equality. It is evident that Justice has fallen short of Black America, so we should cut our associations and cease our spending outside of our own communities until we reach all manner of quality and justice is prevailed.
Tune into another week with host Oolie Wells and special guest as the ladies will have an open discussion about learning to love a black man,
Black man: "We see you" The black man in America- How they are seen?
We will discuss:
Recent events touching the lives of our men
Police Violence - gun control, who can you trust?
Growing up black
The plantation Mentality(is it still an issue?)
Pastors, preachers, pimps AND Prosperity
Money matters - the money between us
How are we viewing the men in our community? We want to hear from our men. Tonight we will have a panelist of black men from our communities, Activists, Authors, Fathers and sons. No matter how we see you. We want to know how you see yourselves.
How can we change the imagery of the black man in America? What role do we play in problems of the past? Is it tougher now or are things better? We want to touch on solutions to the vision of black men.
International Black Summit conversations that impact the community as we explore Gratitude & Self Love as an expression in your life.