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This episode we will discuss Single Black Women. We will also discuss the struggles and challenges of dating and marriage in 2013. I have many sister that are educated, beautiful and spiritual but they cant get this relationship thing right. Is it because of men, or is it because of other factors. I honestly don't know however we have to find out why.
Some studies suggest that by age 30, only 50 percent of black women are likely to tie the knot; these numbers pale in comparison to other groups. Some social experts say education and economics play key roles in the disparity and that marriage is increasingly becoming the domain of society's elite. We will also discuss single parenting, in addition to black men. If you would like more information or to add to this discussion email me .
In today’s society, when discussing the challenges surrounding black women achieving love, we often hear about the lack of educated, professional black men, the high number of homosexual black men and the large amount of black men incarcerated in this country…However, we rarely hear about the promiscuity, tattoos/piercings, emotional baggage, and overall lack of respectability that plays a huge role in many black women not being taken seriously by quality men seeking a wife. Please join me on “The Dedan Tolbert Show” LIVE TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss “Why are so Many ‘Strong’ Black Women Single?” Feel free to call in with comments to 646 200 0366 or listen LIVE online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years” #RRTM
Often there is discussion and studies regarding black women being single, without a mate. Nobody ever tries to bring forth dialogue regarding ending the crisis. Now African American Women Matters have.
African American men are very liberal about dating outside his race. And is known to be a very staunch supporter of interracial love. I don't have anything against anyone that date outside their race.
I don't have a problem with black women that date outside of their race. I've heard that the black community isn't really supportive and somewhat ostracize black women that date out. It has been said that the black community is willing to embrace white women as an in-law but not a white male as an in-law. Is this true? If why?
Should the black community try to be more inclusive to black women involved in interracial relationships. Should African American women become vocal about ending the single black women crisis? So much 'ratchedness' would end if single black women could find a partner. Let's be civil and discuss this topic. If you think AAWM is wrong to bring this topic to the table explain why.
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What's driving more single African-American women to adopt? Like other women, African American women dream of marriage and motherhood. But with the grim number of marriageable black men, professional black women aren’t finding husbands.
According to the 2006 U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey, 45 percent of African-American women have never been married, compared with 23 percent of white women.
But the decision to adopt isn't just driven by the paucity of eligible African-American men, others say. "In many cases, it [the pressure to be a mother] begins to set up feelings of unworthiness, poor self-esteem and the feeling that 'I'm not fully a woman,' says Toni Oliver, founder and CEO of Roots Adoption Agency in Atlanta, Georgia, whose agency sees more single African-American women adopting because of infertility issues.
My guest, Lynda Dorman, 50, was one of these women. Lynda, who holds a Master of Business Administration and Master of International Management from the University of Maryland, University College, decided to stop waiting to get married to become a mother and instead adopted sisters, Leah, 9, and Lauren, 8. Lynda shares her story of letting go, forgiveness, and acceptance.
Join us Thursday, April 2, 2015, 6:30pm ET for a dynamic conversation on She Struts Radio.
Did you miss our special on “What do Black Women Want in a Man?”, where we discussed: Jeremy Meeks and the REAL reasons many women end up having their hearts broken by sexual and emotional predators, Kerry Washington, the Obamas allowing their kids to listen to Jay Z and Beyonce, the United States impending war with Russia, Michelle Williams' new gospel song with Beyonce & Kelly Rowland, the difference between a real relationship and a situation, the new James Brown movie, and MANY other topics? If so, tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... "REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years",
This week we review Avengers: Age of Ultron the sequel to Marvel's smash hit. Joss Whedon is back at the helm as well as the cast of the first Avengers. Newcomers Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson take on the roles of Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver. Tune in today at 1:30 PST to find out if Marvel will continue to decimate DC at the box office.
When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and it is up to the Avengers to stop the villainous Ultron from enacting his terrible plans.
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Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. In this edition we discuss the Sundance Insstitute and Women in Film study that shows that women directors are more likely to helm indie films than major studio films.
Samson is a fabled biblical hero whose physical strength was legendary. His relationship with Delilah is still a very popular sermon in many churches. The loss of his sight and the destruction of the temple are well known, but what was the true source of his strenth and what about those other Philistine women he lusted with?
Tonight on P2T we are going to release a revelation about the spirit of Samson sure to blow your mind! Don't touch that dial!
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A Conversation about recent events in Baltimore and various areas around the United States where black males have been killed by police. Does anyone really know what the life of a black male in the U.S. is like and does it really matter? What will it take to have true liberty and justice for all in our country? The President of the U.S. said that "this is nothing new". What new action will it take to stop and reverse an old injustice?
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