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A show about current events affecting African American women. IN particular, relationships and negative portrayals of Black women in popular culture.

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REBROADCAST Thursday, December 20, 2007 was supposed to be the Good News Edition of our show where we had nothing but good news, however, we had severe technical difficulties for the first 30 minutes and when we finally got going... more

We talked about Oprah, Obama, Huckabee, Romney, Edwards. We talked abut Al Sharpton, Chicago and Subpoenas. Juanita Bynum and Tommy Weeks R. Kelly is being protested in Los Angeles and Professor Tracey shares shocking allegations.

We'll be talking with Mo' Kelly from the Mo Kelly report about the return of Star of the Star and Bucwild Morning show which got relatively little press compared to that of Don Imus. We'll also be talking about the heroic tale of 7 year old Alexis... more

We will be reviewing Bill Cosby's latest book, "Come on People." Our guest will be JD from "Two Guys and a Mic"

Join the What About Our Daughters? family on Thanksgiving evening for some train wrecky goodness as Gina's wacky family calls in from all over the country. We'll make you laugh, Make you cry, make you want to listen to it again and... more

We'll be talking about the Brou haha surrounding Michael Baisden's Attack on Color of Change and we'll be talking about developments in the Dunbar Village case and the counter demonstration planned tomorrow in Washington, DC.

Attorneymom has agreed to step into the breach and she will be joined by her two favorite people: BlkSeaGoat and DJ black Adam. So this will either be a "classic' or a calamity. Three commentors from the blog, What About Our Daughters?... more

Our guest is Paul Porter of Industry Ears

We'll be talking abut the firestorm of criticism involving Barack Obama's decision to include Donnie McClurkin in a Gospel concert and the Huffington Post article by Earl Ofari Hutchinson which started it all including rampant attacks on the... more

If the comments on the blog are any indications folks have a lot to say about what Cosby has to say in his latest book Come on People. There is also no shortage of comments on Tyler Perry's "Why Did I Get Married"

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