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If you know Zaiyah, you know that he is a piece of work. With that being said, this wonderful woman has been married to him for 31 years (and she's only 24 years old) Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they wish Zaiyah's Wife and Uptown's Aunt a very Happy Birthday!!!!!
Of course Zaiyah and Uptown will be tackling other topics in their quest to save the world!!!
So what you've been naughty and only got a lump of coal. Theres know need to worry about spending another boring Christmas with family and friends, Watching boring sporting events and Grinch re-runs when you can spend this Christmas with Zaiyah and Uptown, sharing yule tide cheer and dirty jokes.
Join the Debonair Duo and share your Christmas experience with the Zaiyahs House Family.
Thanksgiving and Black Friday are two holidays that are celebrated but don't take into account the feelings of others. What do the indigenous people of this country do during this time of year? How do Black people feel about a Friday being called Black because it's supposedly the worst Friday of the year? Do you know? Do you care?
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they ask the difficult questions. Don't worry we'll have some fun too.
When life gives you lemons make lemonade, So in the spirit of the holydays, Zaiyah's House is re-gifting Black Friday.
We the people hereby designate Black Friday as the first official Holiday for people of color! So let us all rejoice and celebrate our day by purchasing items from Black owned businesses!!!! and taking time to reflect on the amazing accomplishments of all Black People from all cultures!!!!
If you have a Black Owned Business Please Post your info on our page ,and call into the show to promote it.
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In the advent of all these new causes and challenges to raise funds and awareness such as The Ice Bucket Challenge and No Shave November, Zaiyah and Uptown have decided to start a challenge of their own to help raise awareness to a problem plaguing the Black community. The dreaded "N" word. Just like A.L.S. or Cancer The "N" word is a disease crippling the Black Community. Join Zaiyah and Uptown and help bring awareness to NO "N" WORD NOVEMBER. Just like you posted yourself and your friends and loved-ones pouring buckets of Ice water over your heads we want you to make posts of yourself pledging not to use the "N" word for the month of November.
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The Following is an excerpt from an essay written by Adjunct lecturer Joshua Neal on the complexities of the poly-amorous lifestyle. Adjunct lecturer Neal currently teaches undergraduate psychology while working towards his PhD.
I can't say that I've always identified with the polyamorous life; as a younger person I often spent time imagining a future life as a father and husband. With time and experience though, I became skeptical about the prospects of long-term pair bonding. The lack of positive role models in this regard, coupled with my own personal experience left me somewhat crestfallen as to the plausibility of a lifetime union. My leery attitude towards marriage shouldn't equate with it being 'unnatural', because I don't believe that monogamy (or for that matter monoamory, the practice of exclusive sexual relationships) is unnatural either. However, in its current configuration it may be highly impractical. I can't make any claims as to the natural position of the human animal when it comes to romantic intimacy, either. Many intellectual pursuits have failed to identify the 'natural' human instinct towards love and family. If any 'natural' or original inclination can be surmised, it is that human behaviors and cultural practices change over time as we adapt to meet the demands of a constantly evolving environment.
Joshua is also a musician, combat sports practitioner with interests in human optimization.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they welcome Adjunct lecturer Neal to this weeks edition of Zaiyah's House
Twenty years after the first march the same problems persist so Brothers and Sisters were called to action once again. With unequal education, police brutality and unfair sentencing being the tip of the iceberg how do we as a people move to the next chapter when we are still on the same page?
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they welcome Brother Farugh Maat and Brother Braheem Shabazz to a round table discussion on The Million Man March and where do we go from here.
Matriarch: a woman who is the mother and head of a family.
When I was young families had Matriarch she was the oldest woman in the family. Every year she made sure the family got together for holidays and family functions. She was respected by everyone in the neighborhood gang bangers, dope fiends, young mothers everybody looked to her for advice and guidence. She might have been a cussing fiesty woman or a God fearing woman either way she didn't take no mess from anybody. Are their any Matriarchs left?
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It's that time of year again when a lot of us get stressed out at the thought of not being able to purchase the gifts we know our loved ones and friends would love. Unemployment is at an all time high and a raise is out of the question. But don't worry because Zaiyah and Uptown are gonna save your butts! (you can thank us when you see us.) Home made gift Ideas, Zaiyahs House Friends that have Great Businesses, and free things you can give as gifts. Come check us out you might learn something bighead!
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With all these Apocalyptic movies being made, After Earth, Mad Max, Resident Evil, World War Z, Terminator, Resident Evil, 28 Days Later and the list goes on and on. Now they say they have found water on Mars and we should be there by 2030. Are they trying to tell us something?
With all the problems and injustices on this planet you would think they would want to fix this planet before we spend trillions trying to get to another one.
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After the U.S. Civil War, the South passed "Black Codes", laws that tried to control freed black slaves. Vagrancy laws were included in these Black Codes. Homeless or even unemployed African Americans who were between jobs, most of whom were former slaves were arrested and fined as vagrants. Usually lacking the resources to pay the fine, the "vagrant" was sent to county labor or hired out to a private employer. The authorities also tried to restrict the movement of freedmen between rural areas and cities, to between towns. Under such laws, local officials arbitrarily arrested tens of thousands of freedmen and charged them with fines and court costs of their cases. White merchants, farmers, and business owners could pay their debts and the prisoner had to work off the debt. Prisoners were leased as laborers to owners and operators of coal mines, lumber camps, brickyards, railroads, quarries, and farm plantations, with the revenues for their labor going to the states. Government officials leased imprisoned blacks and whites to small town entrepreneurs, provincial farmers, and dozens of corporations looking for cheap labor. Their labor was repeatedly bought and sold for decades after the official abolition of American slavery. It seems like the more things change the more they stay the same.
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