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The BrownXEyed Perspective

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Format: Urban Contemporary Discussing the issues and topics that are relevant to Delaware's minority community from the minority perspective.

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Your co-hosts will be discussing recent comments regarding immigration reform in America in the wake of disgraceful comments made by the American President detailing immigrants from majority brown nations as arriving from shithole... more

Your co-hosts will explore the impact of absentee fathers on the development of their children. They will be joined by Anwar Asante for interpersonal dialog regarding the impact that the lack of positive father interaction has on the lives... more

Join your co-hosts and special guests for a discussion around building strong black men after spending life behind the wall. We will be hosting several ex-offenders that will share their experiences after leaving the incarceration... more

Join your co-hosts and special guests for a discussion around all aspects of black manhood. We will be discussing everything: relationships, parenting, education, wellness, occupation, financial wellness, and juggling responsibility. We'll... more

Your co-Hosts will be discussing athletes bringing awareness to political issues at sporting events. We'll be discussing the historical presence of political activism during sporting events! We'll talk John Carlos, Muhammed Ali, Mahmoud... more

You co-hosts will be discussing the events that transpired in Charlottesville, VA when White Nationalists classhed with counter-protestors near the campus of Virginia University.

Your co-hosts will be discussing ways to combat cultural conditioning and the importance of embracing blackness. Your co-hosts will delve into the the question "why do some people think that black people having a fondness for blackness,... more

Your co-hosts will be joined by Jacqui Thornton, the first African American to work the sales floor of Woolworths in Wilmington, DE. Following the interview with Ms. Thornton, your co-hosts will discuss recent attacks on prominent black women... more

Your Co-Hosts continue our observation of Black History Month as weare joined by Dr. Akwasi Osei, distinguished professor of history and political science, for a discussion regarding the modern role of HBCUs and higher education in the... more

Your co-hosts will be discussuing the importance of supporting minority owned businesses with Leonard Young of (DelawareBlack.com) and Ms. Alesa Word.

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