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They say we love who we love. You've heard it said that love is blind, but is it? Truth is, there are still many obstacles that come along with interracial relationships. Nevertheless, it can work! Our guest, Danny Leopold has been happily married to his wife, Lori for 12 years. He will be sharing his interracial marriage experience with us. Share yours!!
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Our host returns live tonight at 11 pm...tonight we will be revisiting the subject of celebrity interracial adoption. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, and Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman were among the first Hollywood couples known for adopting internationally. In the most recent time period, many more celebrities have come forth to do the same, and the difference is that more Black children are the adoptees than ever before. The challenges of standard adoption in itself fare difficult enough, and one of the major challenges is the desire of the adoptee to connect with his or her identity. Are the challenges of interracial adoption by high profile figures doubled? Is the cultural identity of the adoptee at a higher risk of being eradicated by these adoptees? And in cases such as Madonna who has been in controversy for making racial slurs and has now adopted two more Black children, are these celebrities adopting out of love or commercial gain? Join in tonight at 11 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
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Now in 2015, Kevin Costner's new film Black or White illustrates that America's portrait of race and identity has evolved. Set in Los Angeles, the movie offers a look into the life of an interracial family and the custody battle over a biracial child (a demographic rarely center-stage in mainstream cinema), which will undoubtedly prompt expanded conversations about how race is defined in the United States and who gets to define it. It grapples with issues that mixed-race communities face all the time from outsiders: What about the children? Where do they belong? With their black family or their white family? And what happens when both families are just as fit?
As I grew up I would soon come to understand that my "biracial" identity was perilous, with both social and political ramifications for those around me. I'd be called a race traitor by some blacks for refusing to self-identify as anything mixed-race or biracial. Didn't matter that both parents raised me, or that my white mother and I had the closest of mother-daughter relationships. My checking any box on the Census other than "Black" would endanger the plight of many civil rights activists and organizations with regard to civil rights appropriations. Never mind that these same boxes are used by our nation's Department of Education to adequately provide multicultural resources into schools accommodating the social development and inclusion of biracial children and their families.
Times have definitely changed! We have an African American President... The first woman was elected to Secretary of State... and, the LGBT Community are now allowed to legally marry. With so many strides in equality? Why is Interracial Dating still considered to be a touchy subject. Is it terrific to be in an interracial relationship or is it still considered taboo?
This Sunday, March 1st, Join Hosts Bryckk and Da'City as they kick of the new season and show with the controversial topic of Interracial Dating! Call in LIVE at 805-830-8320 or log on to www.phonefantasyradio.com and listen while being a part of our live chatroom! See you there!!!
Tonight's Listeners' Choice segment focuses on the question: Does interracial adoption benefit a child of a different culture because love conquers all, or are the adoptive parents obligated to expose the child to their native culture to ensure a well-rounded child-rearing? Listen in at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Greetings and welcome to "The Essence of My Love" your Love, Intimacy, Romance & Relationship Enhancement Ministry. We apologize for the technical difficulties and the time change. Please forgive us LOL,,,Me.
However, we would like to welcome you as you join us Live on the Air, with Shawna, J.L. & Tee, your Romance Coaches.
Tonight's Fire Topic is: "The Fragrance of Love" Yes, Love is in the Air. You can't see it, but you can feel it. Hmmmm
Join us for tonight only 8 PM EST, 7 PM CST, 6 PM MST & 5 PM PST. Call into the Love Line Live at (347) 637-1509.
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Kingdom greetings & Welcome to "The Essence of My Love", your Love, Intimacy, Romance & Relationship Enhancement Radio Ministry, with your Hostess Shawna Romance Coach Davis. In the absence of our dynamic duo Pastor J.L. Grimes & Lady Tee Johnson Grimes, we greet you in the matchless name of Yeshua (Jesus).
I am honored to share with you today, as our Fire Topic is:
Pillow Talk ~ The Whispers of Love ~ From the Song of Solomon.
As you study the scriptures, you will know that romance, passion and the poetic words to describe the beauty of a blessed union. Amen
Please join me tonight at 7 PM EST, 6 PM CST, 5 PM MST & 4 PM PST by calling into (347) 637-1509.
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In His Service,
The Essence of My Love
Romance Coach Team
Join Nicole Smith as she discusses thoughts and how our thoughts can effect our self - love. Please feel free to call or join in the chat. Nicole has a private practice in Olympia, WA. For more information, to chat, or book a in person or private session, contact her at 541-450-1250, firstname.lastname@example.org or www.chenergy.us. Thank you so much for listening!