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Hip hop is a culture right? Is this issue an ill in our culture? Better believe it. We all know about Big Pun but more than that as a society as a whole how many of us know/knew someone in a dangerous relationship and didn't intervene at all? This issue goes both ways but for the most part in hip hop how much are we defending our women if we CONSTANTLY calling them out their name and disrespecting them in song? Do you think the views expressed of women in hip hop influence how many hip hop males and females conduct themselves in relationships? So in conjunction with Domestic Violence Awareness month, we will be geting down to the nitty gritty of the subject on this show and will be discussing the signs, what we can do better as partners in relationships as well as have many people calling in to share their experiences and more. Issus such as rape, molestation and sexual harassment will be covered as well. It's only right that we have a female presence on this show to share their perspective so we will be joined in the second hour by the spearhead of A Queen by All Means, Beautyful SeeAsia. This show is dedicated in loving memory to a friend of numerous supporters of TSR in BlackGirl Da Queen who's body would be laid to rest a few hours before the broadcasting of this show PEACE
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