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Tonight on the Road to Champs:
Thoughts of Going Pro. Tonight we hear from 2 of Jamaicas own-Retired hurdler Richard Phillips and current athlete Leford Green. They share their insghts on the what it takes t be a professional Track and Field Athlete. Keep your ears glued as we may have a surprise guest.
The Penn relays is on us and tonight we take your predictions.
We also look at the weekend wrap up with Janeisha while Bernymac puts in her 2 cents!
Call 646-787-8597 to listen live and be a part of the action. Check us on fb/roadtochamps.
Show starts at 9pm Eastern!! 8 Central
According to many self proclaimed relationship "experts", it's a good idea for women to date multiple men to increase their chances of finding love...when in reality, that advice keeps most women single indefinitely. Tune into a special LIVE "Ask Dedan" Advice Edition of "The Dedan Tolbert Show" TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST as we discuss "The Consequences of Dating Multiple Men", as well as answer ALL of YOUR dating and relationship advice questions. Call in with questions/comments LIVE at 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. Also available on I Tunes.
WHY DO SOME BLACK WOMEN GO TO MEN OF OTHER RACES? IS IS MANY BLACKWOMEN TODAY? CAN THIS BE CONSIDERED A SOCIAL TREND? IS THIS AS POPULAR AS BLACK MENAND OTHER RACES OF WOMEN? WHAT WILL THIS PRODUCE IN THE FUTURE FOR BLACK WOMEN? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGH AT 9:30PM ON MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
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Special Guest Ahmad Greene-Hayes Joins Agunda Okeyo and Farah Tanis for critical conversation, a State of Emergency, Black Men Weigh In: How Should Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Be Talking About Black Women in This Election.
While our democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders discusses civil rights and Hillary Clinton discusses women's rights within the context of critical issues like a woman's right to choose and equal pay, they both miss the mark on Black women. A formidable movement against campus sexual assault and rape in Black communities exists and it is led by Black women. Black women are also making the connections between the cyclical relationship between poverty, criminal justice and the heightened vulnerability of all women, and particularly women color to gender-violence. These are both civil rights and women's rights issues.
Issues critical to Black/African American women should rise today in the Democratic presidential debates, especially in light of the historic Congressional Caucus on Black Women and Girls launched this month and the The Black Women’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission convening from April 28 to May 1, 2016.
WHAT IS THE REAL REASON WHY BLACK MEN GO TO OTHER RACES OF WOMEN? IS IT REALLY A CULTURAL THING? IS IT A RACE THING? WHAT DO OTHER RACES OF WOMEN REPRESENT TO BLACK MEN? WHY IS THIS BEING PUSHED IN SOCIETY MORE TODAY? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTELLECTUAL NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Tonight on the Road To Champs:
CARIFTA A HUge Success for Team Jamaica. Every year the question is raised, should Team Jamaica re evaluate their participation in the regional championships.
Nigel Ellis, top Jamaican high school will have some decisons to make in the very near future..MVP vs Racers vs NCAA system. Which one makes the best sense for this young and talented athlete?
Should Champs be held over 2 weekends? The question has been raised as despite the ISSA attempt to limit the number of events entered at champs, athletes are still taking on heavy workloads over the 5 days Champs. How do we address this issue of overload?
Janeisha gives up the weekend wrap while Berny Mac throws in her 2 cents!!
This and so much more on the Road To Champs Radio. Call us LIVE 646-787-8597 and be a part of the very asctive discussion..post your question on Road To Champs facebook page.
Tina Fey says it’s never been a worse time for women in comedy. Amy Schumer might beg to differ. Both Meredith and Jess have spent ample time in their careers hearing people (men people) say, “You’re funny, for a girl. So this week Jess and Meredith welcome two of the hilarious women who help make the sitcom “Two Broke Girls” hilarious. Liz Astrof and Michelle Nader spill the beans on why it’s hard to find funny female writers, which famous funny lady tried to put Liz on a Scientology diet, and why it’s always better to work for a woman. So if there’s any question if your mind if women are funny, Liz and Michelle will have you doubled over wondering, “Who is that sitcom star who ate dinner at Ralph’s?” We know. Do you? Go on, listen up the this hilarious episode of Meltdown Moms presented by Meltdown Comics!
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Welcome to another episode of the Liberator Speaks. Shyaam The Liberator and friends will discuss the heated twitter exchange between music artists Azealia Banks and Wale. We will discuss the deeper meanings between this dispute and its connection to the longstanding beef and conflict between Black Men and Women. We will discuss the origin of the conflict and possible solutions. We will also dissect and deconstruct each of their arguments line for line with great scrutiny so we can expose who is right and who is wrong. Don't miss this thought provoking and provacative episode of The Liberator Speaks.
Welcome to Women in Wireless Interview Series with Executive Women.
WOMEN IN WIRELESS is a global networking non-profit group of over 12,000 members with the mission to connect, inspire and empower women in mobile and digital.
I'm Liz Horowitz, Co-Chair of the Executive Women’s Initiative with WOMEN IN WIRELESS.
We created this podcast series to hear the stories of exceptional women who've advanced to an executive level in this often male dominated industry and gain inspiration from their journey.