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Sherrilyn Ifill is the 7th President and Director-Counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. She is a civil rights attorney, professor of law at the University of Maryland and author of the critically acclaimed book, On the Courthouse Lawn: Confronting the Legacy of Lynching in the Twenty-First Century. Sherrilyn chats with AYG about what it takes to secure civil rights justice in the new millennium, how the disempowered can agitate, mobilize and organize to become empowered agents of change, what skills activists must possess to sustain a balanced life and avoid burnout and what female leaders inspired her along the way.
Source Nation! Join us tonight for The Ladies Lounge with Kathy B & Whatz Da Buzz with Bigg Mommap.
6:15 You've listened to many of her talented artists such as Wanda Monet, Lady Voncile Belcher, Melissa Haywood just to name a few. Tune in tonight as Felecia Knight stops by to share how she continues to rise to the top.
7:15 Join us tonight for a round table discussion as Kathy B welcomes Quinton Morgan the Relationship Advocate? & Author Eric Terry Sr.? Quinton and Eric will discuss topics such as, The Advantages of Having A Good Relationship; Falling In Love: Stop Forcing Yourself Into Unwanted Relationships & Stop Being a Doormat: Understand You're Better By Yourself until He or She Comes Along.
8 pm She's Back! Yes Bigg Mommap is back in the studio tonight to give you the 411 of what's going on in the Entertainment World & The News. Tune in as Bigg Momma shares the latest of what's on the bathroom walls and brings the laughter. At 8:30, BiggMommap welcomes The President of The NAACP (Providence Branch), Jim Vincent into the studio to talk about Police Brutality in Rhode Island & upcoming events of the NAACP.
Call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933. You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.
Co-hosts Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen bring you the best in Black Talk Radio on #BlogTalkRadio on Wednesday, Jan. 28 at 8:30 p.m.
Former Cincinnati NAACP branch president Mr. Jim Clingman joins us tonight to discuss the Cincinnati Branch NAACP members win Temporary Restraining Order against NAACP headquarters.
Also on tonights program:
Dreams of $26 million diminish for north Minneapolis spokespersons…new hustle: Public Safety - It has come to our attention the proposal delivered to Minnesota governor Mark Dayton for $26 million to cure the black communities ills is a thing of the past. Minnesota’s black elected officials must be held accountable for political tomfoolery.
Sen. Jeff Hayden and other black elected officials dismisses Council on Black Minnesotans legislative agenda
In an IBNN News exclusive we learned today that Minnesota senator Jeff Hayden (DFL – and Black), will not be supporting the state Council on Black Minnesotans legislative agenda, but has took up camp with the Minnesota Asian Council to back, support and do whatever he can to make sure the Asian council is successful during this years legislative session. I’ll let you marinade on that.
Don Gallimore will join us tonight on Political Gravity to discuss local Nevada politics. His wife is the Chair of Reno NAACP. Jane, Bob, Jon and Don talk about transgender issues with Bruce Jenner, public perception of identity, currency in Russia, Isis as a non state terrorist organization and official goverrnment responses by Princess Raina in Jordan. Interpretation of what is going in the MidEast since Arab Spring in 2011.
The aftermath after SAE fraternity apology press conference with OKC NAACP President
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Tune as Tezlyn Figaro ask NAACP OKC President Garland Pruitt the tough questions about the SAE Fraternity apology press conference Call in at 347-327-9514
There are many things of the past that have faded into just memories. A and P food stores no longer dot the landscape. Woolworth's are also distant memories. THe American Football League was swallowed up by the NFL and few traces of its' exsistance remain.
American Motors has gone the way of the do do bird and it is time for the NAACP to follow suit. Just the name is enough for me to not be able to take it serioulsy as an agent for change in the 21st century. Real "colored people???" If Rush Limbuagh got a blast about "colored people" liberal would lose their damned minds. So like a boxer that has stayed too long the NAACP stumbles punchdrunk through the days stammering nonesense. Its time to put up the gloves.
Gwen Richardson is an author, publicist and entrepreneur. As an author, she has five published books, four non-fiction and one fiction. 101 Scholarship Applications: What It Takes to Obtain a Debt-Free College Education was nominated for a 2015 NAACP Image Award.
As an entrepreneur, Gwen is co-founder of Cushcity.com, the world’s largest African-American Internet retailer with over 20,000 products online. Gwen and her husband, Willie, established Cushcity.com in 1998. The web site receives more than 1 million hits per month and has thousands of customers in all 50 states and internationally. She has been an entrepreneur for more than 20 years.
Prior to establishing Cushcity, she and Willie published a national public affairs magazine, Headway, and she served as the publication’s editor. She was a monthly columnist for USA Today from 1996 to 1999, and her commentaries have also been published in the above-referenced daily newspapers, as well as the Detroit Free Press, Dallas Morning News and the Amarillo Globe-Times. She has also been published in Editor & Publisher, Investor's Business Daily and Emergemagazine (which published in the 1990s).
In addition, Gwen is co-founder and national coordinator of the National Black Book Festival. This annual event, held in Houston, Texas, attracts over 100 African-American authors from across the U.S. and is the largest indoor gathering of Black authors in the world
Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Bond was elected to four terms in the Georgia House of Representatives and later to six terms in the Georgia Senate, having served a combined twenty years in both legislative chambers. From 1998 to 2010, he was chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the first president of theSouthern Poverty Law Center.
The Ron and Don Show, along with OurBlackNews Network has been following the corrupt exploits of the NAACP in the matter of a newly elected president who has not been able to serve because of the antiquated people in the shadows of the old NAACP.
Posted by Don Allen (Sat.1.17.15 11:25 a.m.)
The national headquarters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - also know as the NAACP should be embarrassed and ashamed of themselves. 22 year-old UMD student Classie Dudley won the Duluth branch NAACP presidency. Claudel Washington, who some allege is an antiquated part of the old-school NAACP and former president refuses to step down. We have also asked "former" Duluth branch NAACP president Claudel Washington to join us to discuss how he can be president when a vote taken last year was in favor of ousting him (18-2-1).
Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen (who will be returning to the air after a short academic leave of absense), to talk with not only Ms. Dudley, but with concerned community members in Duluth, Minn.
Also joining the conversation will be Ms. Dudley's father, Mr. Harrison Dudley to talk about why his daugter must be the "writing on the wall" for a corrupt system that has obstructed new leadership.
Ron and Don will also talk about the Minneapolis NAACP and how this resembles a 2013 election and the total fail of the Minneapolis NAACP.
Emmy and Image award winning P. Frank Williams is a TV/Film producer, writer, journalist, author and commentator. He is a producer for BET’s award winning documentary series American Gangster and TV One’s acclaimed Unsungdocumentary series. He recently won a 2011 NAACP Image Award for his work on Unsung after previously winning an Image Award for co-producing BET’s Celebration of Gospel.
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