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African American Women In Politics

African American Women In Politics


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A progressive talk radio show, that provides political content that is inclusive of the African American female perspective.

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The Republicans find thier divisions newly revealed in the raw. By exposing the party's vulnerability to potent demographic shifts, The 2012 results have set the tone for the all exclusive party catering to white males, and marginalizing... more

We'll be proving Election coverage inclusive of the Presidential Election results winners, losers, amendments from local, national, and all things electoral! We will also take a look at how the election results will impact the African American... more

This episode seeks to provide an indepth look at the black conscious movement myths and sterotypes, from the African American female perspective as seen through our eyes. We will challenge the notions of submission and oppression,... more

Obama's campaign, seeking to rebound from a dismal first debate, promised a more energetic president would take the stage Tuesday at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. Romney's team aimed to build on a commanding opening... more

Election strategies are one thing, but enacting voting laws for the purpose of eliminating voters in order to swing an election is quite another. This is blatant injustice, and it needs to be named and opposed as such. It is nothing but Jim... more

Black women represent 30 percent of all females incarcerated under state or federal jurisdiction. In 2011, black women were more than three times as likely as white women to be incarcerated in prison or jail. During the last 20 years, there... more

The black unemployment stayed stuck at exactly 14.1 percent, while African-American teen unemployment ticked up slightly from 36.6 percent to 37.9.Many of the jobs were in lower-paying industries such as retail, which... more

This episode we will take an indepth look at the Democratic Nation Convention, held in Charlotte, NC give highlights, of convention coverage, speeches, and an overall critique of one of the most pivital conventions held in recent history!

Black feminists contend that the liberation of black women entails freedom for all people, since it would require the end of racism, sexism, and class oppression. With the current oppression, and right wing attacks against women propelled by... more

Black Republicans are a rare breed — a select group of individuals who have pledged their votes to conservative politics despite Black America's overwhelming objections. Blacks have challenged the seemingly hypocritical... more