• 01:56

    My Diary...Confessions of a Black Woman...The Stereotype Monologues

    in Radio

    Host: Shunda Milhouse
    Co-Host: La'Tanja Milhouse
    Admin/Engineer: Gayle Lockett

  • 01:41

    "Don't Play Into the Relationship Stereotype"

    in Entertainment

    In this episode of The Spillover hosts Ambie Zoe, Karma Jones, and VanDashNessa will discuss ways to not play into the relationship stereotypes. Along with this weeks hottest music, album reviews, and celebrity gossip. Make sure you have your wine glasses ready for us to pour it all. Make sure you follow Ambie's blog insidethemindofzoe.blogspot.com and VanDashNessa's site www.whatsonthedashboard.com and The Spillover on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook! Follow the hosts as well @VanDashNessa (IG & Twitter), @_KarmaJ (IG) @_KarmaJones (twitter) and @Ambie_Zoe (IG) @Zoe_Ambie (Twitter) 

  • 02:02

    THE STATE OF BLACK AMERICA...Addressing the stereotype of Lightskin vs Darkskin

    in Education

    It's time to address yet another phenomenon that plagues the Black community....Lightskin vs Darkskin. 

    In comparison to darker skin, studies show that lighter skinned people are less likely to be incarcerated, more likely to be in political leadership, have higher education, income, and job statuses. Is this merely a coincidence, or systematic?

    Studies also show that these disparities of light vs dark, happens at a higher rate within the race of blacks, than those outside of the race.

    In your day to day interaction, do you see a certain prejudice or bias towards/against the dark skin/light skin individuals? Is this something amongst "US" that speaks to OUR core issues of "self-hate" or is it much to do about nothing?


  • 00:17

    Omega Leadership: Archetype and Stereotype

    in Spirituality

    The Omega Leadership Series is a weekly show that is designed to bring the styles and principles of the Omega Leader to those who lead. Laurie Beth has captured, coined and written about the "Omega Leader" for over a decade. How Jesus recruited, managed and led his team of twelve is our model of Omega Leadership. Taking both the Alpha and Beta styles of management, Jesus added the 'Omega' principles to the mix. He knew that leading others looked and felt different than his present day examples. Laurie Beth continues to capture Jesus' style, teachings, and examples of leadership in her messages, writings and programs. Here in the Omega Leadership series each week we unpack some of those principles so that listeners, leaders, and followers can benefit from the 'Omega Leadership Model.' This week Laurie Beth Jones will be talking about the Omega Leader as Coach using the Balance Principle: 'Know the difference between Archetype and Stereotype as you lead.'

  • 00:29

    Brothers, Stop Killing Cops Now !

    in Current Events

    Emergency, Emergency, Emergency, Brothers stop killing Police now because # 1 its flat out wrong, and # 2, the media is reporting but also exploiting the racial stereotype of us African Americans Men as violent predators ! I am pretty sure if I followed Crime with a video tape, by populations alone, our " Brothers From Different Mothers " will not be looking like Choir Boys ! Reporting is one thing its business and informal, but to replay images to millions of people every second ? You got to also admitt that you are part of the problem also ? Come on now folks I have a Media company to so I can not call the kettle" Black ",  I am a Capitialist and I Love it, but I am also resposible, for our beloved American brother and sister's !

  • 01:14

    Why am I Single, Beautiful, Successful and He is NOT Single

    in Women

    Hey Ladies,

     You keep asking Questions like why are you single.  Your single becasue you want to be.... No Really!

    Clearly, some people are single because they choose to be. They are simply not interested in being in a serious relationship at this time in their life. Others are single due to the circumstances of their lives. They may have just gotten out of a meaningful relationship or have dated relentlessly and just haven’t found someone with whom they’re truly compatible. The point of this article isn’t to stereotype all single women or men or to put anyone in a box. However, for people, particularly those over 30, who are looking for answers to the puzzling question “why am I still single?”, here are some unconventional answers that lie within.

    When it comes to dating and relationships, it’s hard not to feel that you are a victim. After all, others can be cruel; you will get hurt, and no, it isn’t always your fault. But the reality is that we hold more power over our romantic destiny than we often think. To a great degree, we create the world we live in, although we are rarely conscious of this process. We can, in fact, make a choice whether to see our fate through a victimized lens or choose to be goal-directed and take power over our lives. We benefit from focusing on what we can control and not what we can’t. We can become aware of the myriad of ways we influence the reactions we get from others, even the negative reactions. So, the question for the single person looking for love is: what are the internal challenges I need to face?

  • 02:01

    Citizensane welcomes Larry Warren

    in Paranormal

    Tonight’s guest is someone most of us are familiar with but for one reason only...He became known for blowing the whistle on the Rendlesham Forest Incidents. A series of mind blowing events which occurred in 1980 over the Christmas weekend while he was stationed at RAF Bentwaters in Suffolk, England. Tonight Larry will break his own stereotype and give us a rare glimpse into his personal life, his childhood experiences and his eventful life post Rendlesham.  We will surf a whole alphabet of topics from Aliens and bigfoot to Zeppelin.  If you think you’ve heard it all before you’ll be pleasantly surprised to find that you ain’t heard nothing yet!

  • 02:00

    Native American Culture in Gaming - A Conversation with Monte Cook Games

    in Entertainment

    In the world of fantasy role playing games or any other type of gaming, how can game creators best convey Native culture without lapsing into stereotype? How can they best do it with respect and accuracy?  We talked with Shanna Germain Monte Cook Games - creators of Dungeons and Dragons style RPG "The Strange." Creators have agreed to make positive changes when they were criticized as portraying Indigenous people in a stereotypical way. 

    We commend Monte Cook Games for their desire to work with the Native community in order to show the world Native people are most than just a stereotype. 

    For over five years, the award-winning Native themed online radio show Native Trailblazers has been delivering the hottest topics in Indian Country to your desktop, mobile or other listening devices! Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST or any time after in archives!

    SHOW HOSTS: Vincent Schilling (Producer, Speaker, Journalist, Author, VP Schilling Media) www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling  and Delores Schilling (CEO, Schilling Media, Inc.) www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling

    Join our chat room Here's How  Visit our website www.NativeTrailblazers.com 

    Sign Up for our Mailing List Here - http://eepurl.com/O7fa1 

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  • 02:15

    Angry Black Woman Theory

    in Blogs

    Join us for the return of As Real As It Gets Radio show. This Thursday March 26th 2015 at 8:00 pm. We will debate on a stereotypical topic. Are black women angry or is this a stereotype? Where did this theory come from? What are the origins? Why do some men decide not to date a black woman?  Join my co-host Amber (AJ) Jones and my new co-host K'mecca as we discuss and debate this topic. 

    Also join us as we discuss the recent success of the FOX TV hit "Empire". Does Empire cast a negative light on Blacks in America or is it just good entertainment. You don't want to miss this show!!!!

  • 00:34

    Why Do Men Get So Distressed & Even Violent At times When Their Marriages Fail?

    in Lifestyle

    Is it simply  "Ego-at-work" why the average man gets so troubled, and even violent at times, when his marriage or standing long-term relationship fails for no seeming cause of his own?

    Is there usually another viewpoint or overlooked unrealized reality going on behind the scenes, which may be  more so the responsible culprit than anything else?

    In our society, men have been labelled as being Misogynistic, Women-Haters, Violent, Egotistical, Stalkers, and the like, when it comes to women 

    These are  typical labels out-of-the-box - if you will! In other words, men are being stereotyped (by women...and sometimes even men themselves) as being simply born this way. 

    And therefore, the typical mindset is that men must learn to be different or sane, whereas women are born as Angels and are typically taught by their men, of course, to become otherwise or to transgress from such wonderful place thru their association with men.

    Is there any STANDING TRUTH to this sexist outlook?

    Join Jahwie & Nalagy as we discuss on the up coming Pluto-Nalagy Show....

    Be There!



  • 01:01

    "Angry Black Women Syndrome" Does it exist?

    in Self Help

    Join our guest tonight Moses Chism License Professional Counselor and Life Coach as we discuss the Angry Black Women syndrome. Media and print portray Black women as rude, loud, malicious, stubborn, and overbearing is this a  perpetuated stereotype or Black women the modern day Sapphire. 



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