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  • 01:38

    Why Do Black Men Prefer Light Skinned Women? With Guest Rashida Strober

    in Culture

    We have a very good topic tonight and guest Activist, Rashida Strober. She has come under fire for these words: 


    “Well, well, well would you looky here. ANOTHER FAKE CONSCIOUS MUTHER F-KER EXPOSED. I will never support him nor his music with one dime of my money and encourage all dark skinned women not to either!” she wrote.


    Strober’s comments gained traction with folks who either fully support the “Dark Skin Is Beautiful” campaign founder or didn’t share her views on Lamar. In response to her nonsupporters, Strober posted the following response:


    I see calling out and exposing self hating fake black men who speak about consciousness but date and marry NON DARK SKIN WOMEN brought you haters to my page. WELL SHARE THIS MUTHERFUKING POST!!! These type of fake coons are the worst of the worst. DARK SKIN is the essence of true blackness and if these fakers were really and truly conscious they would MARRY DARK SKINNED WOMEN!!! You pissed ?? GOOD!!!


    Since 1998, Rashida Strober has been known as an advocate for people with darker complexions, according to her biography, which mentioned that her cause was inspired after years of bullying from classmates who put her down because of her complexion. Stage plays created by the Florida native include “A Dark-Skinned Woman’s Revenge” and “Ice Cream Lady’s Dream.”

  • 02:01

    A Dark Skinned Women's Revenge - An interview with Rashida Marie Strober

    in Women

    The issue of colorism in the black diaspora is as old as slavery and colonialism itself. Any discussion of the topic brings up many painful incidents of childhood and every black person seems to have a story to tell about how it has affected their lives in some way. The various issues that exist around skin shade have affected the way that black people view themselves and each other. Of particular interest is the effect and impact that colorism has had on dark skinned black women. Rashida Marie Strober is taking on the task of tackling the issue and speaking out against the discrimination that dark skinned women have faced and bringing to the forefront the impact it has had on their well being emotionally and psychologically. Join us for a lively discussion of her new book and the topic of colorism in the black community. CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS: 347.215.8933

  • 03:45

    2nd Half - Why Are Darkskinned Girls So Angry & Insecure?

    in Entertainment

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  • 02:04

    Skutty Radio

    in Radio

    HDR and NDMG Presents: Skutty Radio With Our Guests Ra Ra Management CEO Rashida Gassaway, BSG Boss DAN and Singer Ashlee Jade Call In 760-454-7054


    Skutty Radio is 2 hours of fun, music,conversation, and networking for crowds 18+ Join Us as we discuss various topics from entertainment to community issues.

  • 00:30

    Can one mobile app change the movie-going experience?

    in Technology

    Have you had this experience?  You’re sitting in a movie theater, totally engrossed in what will happen next when, along comes that moment when you’ve obviously consumed too much liquid and you just can’t wait any longer … you make your break and dash through the theatre agonizing over what crucial scene you’ll miss. Now, agonize no longer! Enter RunPee - an app helping movie goers worldwide: 1 million downloads, over 500,000 active users, and a favorite app for celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Hugh Jackman, and Rashida Jones. Join Michigan Mobile Musings’ host Melissa Birnie as she speaks with Dan Florio, CEO of RunPee to learn more about Dan (after studying astronomy, physics, and mathematics in college he dropped out to become a professional massage therapist), the inspiration behind the RunPee app and the journey to create it. Also learn about an upcoming event in Lansing where Dan will be sharing his experiences with a live audience at Startup Grind – Lansing.  

  • 00:26

    FREQUENCY OVERLOAD: PRINCE'S TOUR DJ....RASHIDA!!!!

    in Music

    THIS WEEK WE HAVE A ECLECTIC MIX BY  PRINCE'S TOUR DJ, DJ RASHIDA!! PLEASE SIT BACK AND ENJOY YOUR FREQUENCY OVERLOAD


    FREQUENCY OVERLOAD IS A ECLECTIC MUSIC MIX SHOW CURATING THE BEST INDIE INDUSTRY DJ'S. TUNE IN EVERY WEEK SUNDAYS AT 1PM.


     

  • 01:40

    Black on Black Crime with Jerome & Phinesse

    in Entertainment

    - Welcome to Black on Black Crime our point counter point program where we talk issues, news and sometimes we play a game or two but we don't do crime...


    Rebroadcast: NFL Legend Jim Brown  vs NBA Allstar Kobe Bryant, Talk Show Host Arsenio Hall vs Music Artist Kanye West, Discussion: Rashida Jones calls out female pop stars, Discussion: Santa Claus is What , In the World of News & Entertainment and more.

    Black on Black crime is when black people overtly focus, criticize, or analyze other black people in areas they wont consider about white people or anyone else.

  • 03:39

    THE GOSPEL ON OPWR

    in Radio

    Join your host Barbara Forrest for a time of celebration, through inspirational music, testimonials, words of hope along with her special guest 1st Lady Rashida Potts. Her ministry to women through their life experiences has set so many free and cause them to rise up and walk in their God ordained purpose. She is a worship leader as well as a minister and has been known to add a little bit of humor in her messages. 


    Feel free to call in and share your story or speak to her as well. The number is (347) 857-4113 and press 1. We would love to hear from you.


    Blessings, peace and love.

  • 01:00

    Alopecia: The REIGN Movement--Celebrating Authentic Beauty

    in Self Help

    They say beauty is SKIN Deep...and a woman's hair like a Lion's Mane is her PRIDE.  But what happens when genetics determines the fate of your hair.  As you know historically, Society has been notorious for dictating WHO and WHAT is beautiful since the beginning of time. Alas, REIGN: An Alopecia Movement has risen to STAND UP and OUT to bring awareness to socio-emotional disparities experienced by women with Alopecia.  Amanda Booth Colson and Rashida Mosby speak of their journey from times of devastation to liberation.  HELLO WORLD!---They Are Coming Out!


    So, Let's Talk


    Talks With Sheba Radio Show


    Wednesday, November 5, 2014 @ 10pm EST


    Join Us Live online at www.blogtalkradio.com/TalksWithSheba


    or by Phone at (347) 838-8992


    Learn more About the Guests:   REIGN: An Alopecia Movement


    Amanda Booth Colson


    Rashida Mosby  301 351 3831


    Event:  Undisclosed Beauty


    Saturday, November 22, 2014


    Edgewood Arts Building


    3415 8th Street, NE, Washington, DC  20017


     

  • 00:17

    Christina Kirk "Lydia" on NBC's - A to Z show

    in Entertainment

    CHRISTINA KIRK  stars as "Lydia" on NBC's new series "A to Z"


    Christina Kirk stars as Lydia, who, as the boss and general manager of Wallflower Online Dating, makes everyone in the office uncomfortable on the NBC comedy “A to Z.”


    “A TO Z”
    9:30 p.m. ET, Thursdays


    “A to Z” tells the story of Andrew (Ben Feldman, “Mad Men,” “The Mindy Project”) and Zelda (Cristin Milioti, “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “How I Met Your Mother) — a pair that almost wasn’t — and all that happened from the day they met.

  • 00:59

    lushradioonline -interview with artist TULANI

    in Music

    This friday we have artist TULANI calling in live into the show. 
    Tulani, formally known as Rashida Jolley, is one of the most unique emerging artists today. She is a singer, songwriter & harpist who toured with Lady Gaga on one of the biggest tours in the world, and appeared on NBC’s hit show “America’s Got Talent,” where she quickly became a fan favorite, receiving standing ovations for every performance. She has also appeared on the BET Rap It Up Tour, opened up for John Legend, and Musiq Soulchild, and received accolades for her performance at the Ludacris Foundation’s Tribute to Quincy Jones. Addicted is the theaters today 


    Hosted by Lushy Lush callin 347-826-7722 www.lushradioonline.com