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Are young African-American males unfairly targeted based on the way they dress? Should all young men of color pull up their pants in order to be seen as positive citizens? Tune in to RealTalkNation as we welcome Bishop W. Todd Ervin from... more

The NBA All-Star 2011, Los Angeles. Is the NBA too black? Are Whites becoming turned off due to a lack of American-born white players? Where is Carmelo headed? Are players overpaid? RealTalkNation is talking All-Star weekend.

Join RealTalkNation tonight as we interview independent filmmakers Melissa Osbourne & Bridgette Wright who are responsible for the short film "Change" which centers around an African-American teeneager who grapples with his... more

RealTalkNation discusses the issues associated with the African-American and the ever-increasing Latino community in California. We will discuss different factors such as racial tension, gang violence, the jail system, neighborhood... more

Would stricter gun control laws have prevented the Tucson rampage?

RealTalkNation welcomes special guest Marcus "Squeak Ru" Moore who appeared on the A&E reality show "The Peacemaker: L.A. Gang Wars". We discuss the show and what can be done to bring about peace on the streets of... more

Kwanzaa is an African American and Pan-African holiday celebrated by millions throughout the world African community. However, many African-Americans are not entirely clear on the concept and/or the practices of... more

Some say 'no' some say 'yes' many blacks are divided on whether President Obama is actually all that they expected him to be when they turned out in record numbers on election day to vote for him. A good number of African-Americans... more

Perms, weaves, braids, wigs...African-American women spend millions of dollars on hair care. But are black women trying to live up to a European standard of beauty or is it another example of the diversity of African-American culture. Is it... more

Although openly gay individuals have been pushed to the forefront in the flap regarding the issue of gay marriage African-American males who are gay are even less accepted as their white counterparts across the country. Being... more

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