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The Dynamics of Colorism
Series: The Historical Perspectives
Topic: Intraracial Colorism (Black vs. Black)
November 15, 2012 at 8:00 PM EST
Hosts: Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth
Sarah L. Webb
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IT'S A BRAND NEW SHOW AND WE ARE PLEASED & PROUD TO PRESENT 'THE MA'AT EXPERIENCE' HOSTED BY NONE OTHER THAN THE EMPRESS MA'AT AMENSET! FOR THE KICKOFF SHOW, MA'AT WILL DISCUSS THE EPEDEMIC OF COLORISM AMONG MELANATED WOMEN. WHAT IS COLORISM? WHERE DOES IT COME FROM? HOW CAN IT BE CHAANGED? THIS SHOW IS ALL ABOUT THE UPLIFTMENT OF OUR WOMEN & SISTARHOOD! DON'T MISS IT!
This is the link to our event page for this live Simulcast that will be archived in podcast and on youtube.
As a black man, It'd be quite foolish of me to sit around and wait for someone else to do this.
I don't know a lot of guys in the city I live in, but online, I have some homeboys who aren't afraid to challenge systemic oppression and talk loudly and publicliy about Misogynoir.
We need to talk about intraracial rape culture.
and much much more.
This can not and will not be the only event and discusison panel.
This can not and will not be the only event.
We'll 2 live chatrooms.
One will be flash based at the audio link and one will be in a facebook comment section when the live link is posted this coming Saturday.
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Tonights Topic: SKINNED aired on TVOne, The final State of the Union, No Minortiy Oscar Nominations, Black Girl Magic Can't Be Denied and other topics in the news...
Please join me tonight as we discuss various topics in the news. We will start by discussing the film SKINNED aired on TVOne a few weeks ago. This film focused on colorism in the Black community. Was this film a hit or miss?
We will also disuss the highlights of President Obama's final State of the Union. Did the speech meet your "Final State of the Union" expectations? If so, why?
Current Presidential Race. Interesting cast of characters. If you had to vote TODAY, who would you vote for and why?
We will discuss other hot topics in the news as well.
Tune in - this will be interesting.
Thank you for your support.
Dr. Wendy - www.nationalempowermentgroup.com and www.drwendyjohnson.com
The movie SKINNED, premiered January 9, 2016 on TV ONE cable. The movie raises the consciousness and concern around the International phenomenal known as skin bleaching. There are psychological, emotionally and mental ramifications and triggers for people that practice this lethal routine. The use of skin bleaching chemicals not only cause damage to the skin and skin cells, it also damages the self-esteem, self-respect and self-worth of the users. It is also known as colorism in some parts of the world.
Celebrated Author and Associate Producer Queen Blessing Odegua Itua of SKINNED, is our distinguished guest. Queen Blessing will bring knowledge, compassion and understanding to this much needed discussion. She is an expert in the field and will offer us insights and answers to our questions.
Join the enlightening dialog with Queen Blessing.
And Happy New Year!
As we ae 2015 at this writing, I'm looking at this year in retrospect, with 2016 on the horizon.
On Critical Discourse, the first in 2016, we will review the significant stories of last year.
Where do we begin?
* Black Lives "Matter" (quotes mine), for previously, well-stated reasons
* The surprising rise (and) fall of Ben Carson (and the role of colorism and liberalism on black American’s rejection of him)
* Donald Trump
* Black Community and Police Relations
* The [attempted] Coronation of Hillary Clinton (and why I say, "if the black community’s reception of Barack Obama is "sleep", it's reception of Hillary will be a "coma")
* The high-tech lynching of Bill Cosby by the Ultra-Feminist, Blackman-Hater Gloria "Scottsboro" Allred
* Whatever else is on your mind.
TUNE IN THIS SATURDAY!
Greetings to all our supporters (and detractors..what the hey)! Pull up a seat and listen to a new installment of our Mid Week in Review podcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST-courtesy of the Afronerd Radio machine. Join Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they attempt to shed light on the following topics: it appears that Dburt has additional thoughts about the recent racial controversies centering around the student body of the University of Missouri (the acronym SJW comes to mind); as expected, Black twitter appears to have a problem with not only director, Spike Lee's upcoming Chiraq film but his views on intraracial violence (sigh); Hollywood whitewashing continues with new The Gods of Egypt film (hint: no actual Egyptians were cast) and again, the cyberwebs react; and in a gross case of over-reaction, a 67 year old White woman gets arrested for pulling a gun on a Black man who was asking for a light and we will try to do some house cleaning by addressing issues we failed to tackle from previous broadcasts. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
A plethora of factors impact the development of black girls including racism, colorism, education, negative stereotypes, identity issues, socioeconomic issues, opportunities, disparate treatment, invisibility and diversity and inclusion, recognition, and their voices among other factors.
Join Dr. Culbreth, Dr. Denise Davis-Maye and Ms. kYmberly Keeton for an eye opening and thought-provoking discussion on the factors impacting the development of Black Girls and strategies to help Black girls reach higher ground.
Historically the diversity of girls and women of color has been ignored, insulted, and
“We live in a society that does not always embrace the diversity of girls and women of color. Research has thoroughly documented how negative stereotypes, negative perceptions, and standards of beauty do not include or embrace the diversity of girls and women of color. Low values placed on girls and women of color with respect to their voices, emotional needs, abilities, and physical attributes (hair, skin color, body image, and other phenotypes) affect the psychological, emotional, physical and social well-being of girls and women of color.” (Culbreth, 2014)
Join Dr. Culbreth and guests, Professor Celeste Atkins, Professor LaToya Lee and Dr. Julie Jung-Kim for a thought-provoking discussion on standards of beauty and how girls and women of color are treated disparately in society because of their skin color, race, hair, weight, etc. Topics will include colorism, racism, weight, body shamming, the foundation of beautiful among other topics and suggestions for moving forward.