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This show is about how racism is used as a form ecnomics in the Black community. Rev. Manning makes the case that Black people are racist because it benefits the economically. Also show, Zonation talks about the vast Left Wing Conspricacy of the mass media.
There is a very serious issue that has plagued the African-American way of life for centuries. In the past, African-American people have been put down, beaten, demeaned and killed just because their skin was a different tone from the masses. For the most part we expected it from othe etnicites. Very sad, but very true.
But the one place we shouldn't expected is within our own communities and it some cases it happens in our own homes.
Have you ever heard someone within the Afican-American community say "I'm gonna marry somebody white or spanish because I don't want no black babies." I know I have heard it millions of times. Or what about the stigma it puts on our children that if they're not light they're not right.
Let's talk about it.....tune in to DPRADIOXL on Tuesday, September 3, 2013.
Meet Rob Watson, a gay parent and prolific bogger with a growing following. Rob blogs for both the Huffington Post and evoL =.
This segment features Rob's insights on this Huffington Post artcile: A Gay Dad's Perspective on the Hate-Note-Writing Father, and a Letter to My Own Sons
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Ace Lundon is considered one of the gay rights pioneers today. He's the author of:
Through the Needle's Eye/Legend of the Planet Itnava a psychological drama about wealth, politics, religion, medical science and the AIDS virus, an unseen enemy. Three friends join to battle the bigotry which threatens America. "This book isn't about AIDS," he writes. "It's about fear and family, bigotry and courage."
The Closets Are Empty...the Dining Room's Full: An Autobiographical Legacy You will learn how difficult it may be to empty a closet. The price of freedom usually is costly, but for Ace Lundon, the price has been worth it. The dining room of his life is now filled with those who have learned to love!
Ace produces radio shows as well. Click to listen to Lundon Calling - any time!
Click to learn more about Ace!
Join the Building the Community Team by participating in discussions and provide ideas on the importance of Community. Get to know what Build The Coummity is and its purpose What does a healthy community look like to you Do you think that your community (environment) has a tremendous impact on your growth and personal evolution During the challenging economic times do you think developing or moving into a Self Sustainable Community a possibility We want to hear from you on this and other topics that are important to the development of the individual's wellbeing.
We look forward to your participation and lively discussion.
Show time is Monday, October 15th
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Join your host, Dr. Susan Gardner and Michael Simon, Manager Office of the President and Board of Trustees at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan for an in-depth conversation regarding how community colleges impact economically challenged urban areas. From community involvement and board relations to legislative affairs at the municipal and state levels and workforce development--Susan and Michael will be talking about how community colleges change and impact the counties and states where they are located.
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Mulatto, biracial, mixed breed. What does this mean? We analyze the effects of this group on the so called Black Community. Are the effects detrimental or Positive? and Why or why not?
Dr. Susan Gardner, host of Community College Now discusses student engagement at the community college challenges and opportunities. Her guest is Chris Conzen, Director of Campus Activities and Student Leadership at Suffolk County Community College (NY)
Christopher Conzen is the Director of Campus Activities and Student Leadership Development at Suffolk County Community College’s Eastern Campus, where he has been for the past 7 years. Under Chris’ supervision are campus activities and programs, orientation, leadership development, recreation, campus reservations, Federal Work Study, and student center management. Christopher is a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Administration at Nova Southeastern University. Christopher earned his M.Ed. in College Student Personnel from the University of Maryland College Park and his BA in Social Work from The Catholic University of America. Christopher has been a directorate member of the ACPA Commission for Student Development in the Two Year College and is currently the chair of a joint task force through ACPA and NASPA exploring student involvement in the community college. In addition, Christopher will serve as the chair for the NASPA Region II conference in June. Christopher’s interests are in the use of technology in higher education, leadership development, and student success initiatives in the community college sector.