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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 .
Brown Girl Collective celebrates BOLD, Brilliant and Beautiful women and girls of African descent by paying homage to our past and sharing our present, while preparing for our future.
Hosted by BGC founder Marcie L. Thomas, this special show focuses on the ways in which Black women are joyfully claiming their season of being single and utilizing it as a time for personal growth and self-reflection, in spite of what society has to say about it.
Special Guests include:
Nika C. Beamon, author of I Didn't Work This Hard Just to Get Married: Successful, Single Black Women Speak Out, a compilation of stories by African American women who are embracing singleness in their own way. Beamon is a Writer/Producer for WABC-TV Eyewitness News in New York; the number one local news station in the country. She is currently awaiting the publication of her memoir: Misdiagnosed: The Search for Dr. House, the tale of a woman’s quest to find the correct diagnosis after years of chronic illness.
Joshunda Sanders, author of Single & Happy: The Party of Ones, her personal tale of exploring online dating and coming to the conclusion that the person that she needed to date most was herself. Sanders is a veteran journalist, writer and scholar. Her writing has appeared in Kirkus Reviews, Gawker, Publishers Weekly and Salon among many other print and online publications. She is writing a nonfiction book about the impact of race and gender on traditional media scheduled for publication in 2015.
Single black women are frequently called upon by male relationship experts to date men not on their level educationally, professionally, mentally and economically - to find men with potential and give "a good brotha" a chance. Why is it that Black women are the only ethnicity of female told to accept men of lesser quality as mates? Why is it that Black women are the only ethnicity of female told that seeking a man that is at her level or even above financially means she a gold digger? Why is it that only Black women seeking a man of education, intelligence and emotional stability is deemed to have standards that are too high?
Kaptan Solo of Generaiton-X.Net is my special guest tonight. Join us for this controversial and heated discussion by calling 347-327-9215. Read Can Dating Stanards Be Too High? on Surviving Dating!
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Join The Joshua Generation Network this week as we talk about single Black women and motherhood/parenthood.
We know that "baby daddy"' was a creation of white America and that integration, in and of itself, has devastated Black families and especially Black women across America.
Are you a single Black woman, whether by widowhood, divorce, choice, or "just because"? If so, what do you think about how American living has redefined Black womanhood, Black fatherhood, and the Black family through the "Plantation Picaninny" and "Mister" model of America's antiquated Jim Crow Society.
How have white people's attitudes and their televised and musical "plantation ownership" filth about us caused damage and harm to us, socially, morally, and psychologically? How should we answer this in the days, months, and years to come?
Where are American Black men in the lives of single Black women/mothers, whether the "fathers" of these children are deceased, disabled, or missing in action, i.e., have opted, like their white forefathers did, to abandon their Black families?
Shalom everyone. Came across a video on FB that made me want to do this show tonight. A young Puerto Rican brothu did a video explaining why a lot of young Black females today no longer want Black males as partners for mating or marriage. Will play his clip and others as well as telling my own story of what I call the ultimate BETRAYAL. Betrayal of thousands of impregnanted indigenous Black women (not bi racials) by Black men and males spanning several generations that simply has resulted in what we see happening today. I'm asking females who have decided to no longer date Black males to if possible courageously call in and offer the 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood your explaination on why you made this choice. This is not about judging anyone. But I started this show so that (we) the north American Black indigenous woman could finally tell our own story. In this European gentile world of male Patriarchy. Women are seen as the fault for every occassion and situation. Which has led to our relationships with our own men to turn into soemthing out a nightmare that we seem to not be able to wake up from. Come let us here from our elder and younger sisters why Black men and males are NO LONGER WORTHY of our love and affection. Will be playing some great audio clips so get ready for an informative and awesome show. This particular show by Don Nicoleon Host of WGAG RADIO woke me up to a shocking reality that even I didn't know about our Black Parents. Start show at 145:00 mark. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wgag-radio/2014/07/24/its-time-for-the-great-day-show-on-earth-the-don-nicoleone-show
Thanks for listening to the show and dont forget to stop by the 9Mind Sacred Community FB page and check out all the great post and comments. https://www.facebook.com/9MINDsacredBlacksisterhood
There is an attack on the Black male and Black Female -the Manhood and Womanhood of our culture is under severe pressure. We will discuss what it takes to build up black manhood and womanhood in todays society. How we can change the images that are presented to our people and what it takes to separate ourselves from the growing trend of homosexuality and lesbianism.
Is it Natural. Did African people Practice this behaviour before the making of the whiteman and woman?
Why is there more right being given to the gay/lesbian community than black community?
It is counter revolutionary to be homosexual or Lesbian?
Also the National Chairman of the new Black Panther Party Hashim Nzinga addresses the International situation of Isreali Aggression against the Palestinian people and what the real land question is concerning African people the world over.
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Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Shawn Marie Turi, your host of Business IS Personal (what you do and why you do it... MATTERS!), interviews Mary Bumblebee, Founder & Owner of Bumblebee Personal Assistants.
Mary “Bumblebee” Pokluda is the owner of Bumblebee Personal Assistants, which gives the gift of time to busy families, business owners, and corporate teams. Since launching her Hive in 2007, Mary has been recognized for her community connections, innovations, and success by groups like NAWBO MN, WIN (Women in Networking), and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. She is an active networker throughout the Twin Cities and in 2014; Mary launched Bumblebee Concierge in a local MN Fortune 500. She is currently working on launching a non-profit.
This Sunday's Topic
This week, we'll discuss why men of all races end up AVOIDING black women. But is this a result of a conspiracy or is there merit to what many of these men accuse black women of? Tonight, we'll uncover the truth, SCANDAL OR NOT!
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The most controversial figure in adult entertainment presents a no holds barred discussion about the future of the business. Rob's insight is spawned from having grown up around the adult biz, as his father owned several adult bookstores throughout Western New York.
Rob was the owner of Extreme Associates, which was at the time considered an outlaw in the biz because of its edgy content. Such fare is commonplace now.
Rob and his wife Lizzy Borden paid an extreme price for innovating adult, as both spent a year in prison on federal obscenity charges.
Rob also owned XPW - Xtreme Pro Wresting, which was one of the top wrestling organizations in the world, with a weekly national TV show, employing such superstars as Shane Douglas, X-Pac, Sabu and the late Chris Candido. XPW folded in 2003 after Extreme was indicted.
Join Rob and his friends for a lively 2 hours of explicit talk. No topic is off limits. No subject is taboo.
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