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LET'S BE CLEAR: This a DIRECT shot popular shows like "Empire", "Scandal", "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" and the likes. Stemming off our BlogTalkRadio featured episode, "SLAVE THEN, SLAVE NOW!", we will debate whether reality shows and television dramas of today really mimic how blacks were mocked in blackface during the 19th and 20th century, even 50 years ago.
As we revealed last episode, the tactics used by slave owners left Black Americans and other minorities stripped of their native tongues, religion and culture and even today, Black Americans seem to be subjected to a NEW form of slavery.
Are blacks in a much better position landing (some) television roles? Or is this the same minstrel show only masked to appeal to the masses while implanting negative stereotypes are blacks.This episode, we discuss the effects of television on Black Americans today, if any.
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Once, in a not so long ago past writers wanted to land a big deal with the traditional publishing houses. Landing such a deal meant you've "arrived" Authors who self published their own works were looked down upon and even considered not real authors. Today's episode will discuss both the pros and cons of publishing traditionally versus self publishing.
Boy have the tables turned, Many writers are now seeing the benefits of staying independent and going the self publishing route. Come visit with us as we spend some time discussing it here on Urban Fiction News Radio with your host K.C Baylor.
As a young woman Kream began to blend scents and always had a interest in all natural products. As time grew, her love for all natural products also grew, landing her in her own realm of natural soy candle making. With a passion for candles and beautiful scents, she embarked on a journey that has been something no one could ever fathom.
It began as an idea with no specific destination in sight. Success did not happen overnight. There were many twists and turns along the way. The break-through moment came when the demand for the soft signature presentation of the candles along with the natural scents were becoming highly demanded by many (Vh1, radio hosts, NBA players, NFL players as well as BET rip the runway and many gift bag ideas) results were immediate. They were a hit.
Kream believing that great quality products, rather than the usual plain marketing, the people who fell in love with Kreamie's would spread the word. She was correct. We appreciate our growing family of natural candle and body product aficionados and earth-conscious connoisseurs to people who just love great quality products!
Kreamie's Collection was born from the idea to "just try it" - now we are doing it. Everything all natural.
Bringing happiness, joy & love to customers' hearts, skin & homes is what we strive for daily.
Here are the resources Kori mentioned:
www.sumome.com - Easily gather emails to build your list, create dynamic shqre buttons, use a heat map and page analyzer, and more. A bunch of free tools!
www.booklaunch.io - Book landing pages - Be sure to get the code from the Back Porch Writer website, so you can try the premium features. The basics are free.
www.lacbook.com - Marketing template for writers - Free tool
Finelines.org - Summer Writing Camp
If you know about author fairs in your area, please share them with us via info(at)backporchwriter.com
Ohio State basketball hasn't hit their second half stride like they had over the last two seasons, and they're another bad loss from landing on the bubble. What happened? We chat with CBS Sports' Sam Vecenie to discuss whether this team has been a disapointment, whether they have a chance at turning things around, the NBA prospects of anybody on this team not named D'Angleo Russell, the rest of the Big Ten, and Thad Matta's legacy (and why fans taking shots at him are dumb).
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In 13 games in 2014, punted 80 times for 42.2 average with 30 punts inside the 20-yard line and 21 punts of 50 or more yards
Had 19 punts of 50-plus yards in last 10 games
Had 22 punts inside the 20-yard line in last nine games
Closed career with four punts for 37.2 average in 2015 TaxSlayer Bowl win over Iowa (1/2)
Boomed seven punts for 48.4 average with four punts of 50-plus yards including a 60-yard punt at Vanderbilt (11/29)
On Senior Night, booted six punts for 46.5 average with four landing inside the 20 and three inside the 10 with two punts of 50-plus yards vs. Missouri (11/22)
Four punts for 43.5 average including two inside the 20-yard line, came vs. Kentucky (11/15)
HBO World Championship Boxing was live from the Salle des Étoiles in Monte Carlo, Monaco as Gennady “GGG” Golovkin was set to defend his WBA and interim WBC middleweight titles against Martin Murray in a bout scheduled for 12 rounds. Murray was supposed to test Golovkin and finally provide a test for “GGG,” who has run through his opposition—riding an 18 KO/TKO streak heading into the fight.
Last time Murray was headlining an HBO WCB broadcast he was in Argentina, and he was on the bad side of a controversial unanimous decision loss to the lineal middleweight champion, at the time, Sergio Martinez. Since the loss, Murray has won 4 in a row, albeit against softer opposition.
Still, Murray appeared like a legitimate test for Golovkin or at least the best fighter heading into a bout with actual momentum.
Golovkin started out the fight in his typical fashion and didn’t rush in there, especially when you consider the way other fighters with the same kind of power typically do. Instead, Golovkin was methodical and tried gauging openings opposed to jumping on his opponent.
Murray utilized a mixture of punches, but mostly stayed in the same style. Still, Murray found success in brief spots with jabs to the body and overhands, nothing landed flush, and it was always one shot at a time.
Golovkin finally landed a decent shot to close out the first round; it was enough to show Murray his power and win him a slow round.
The second round was much better for Murray, who made it a point to get off first and disrupt Golovkin’s approach. Murray won the round by keeping “GGG” from sitting down on his punches and landing more than one shot at a time.
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