(APP) Your Perspective: NABJ Or UNITY? Roland Martin Says Where He’s Going Next Year

August 31st, 2011  |  by  |  published in Podcast

(APP) Your Perspective: NABJ Or UNITY? Roland Martin Says Where He's Going Next Year

Listen Here: Hey guys. It’s me Ms. Veralyn. And welcome to All About Perspectives! So it’s been a while since my last show—a little over 3 weeks—and that’s because I did a little traveling. First I went to Philly for the National Association of Black Journalists convention also known as NABJ- for some professional development and […]

Yes: I watch Basketball Wives

August 17th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Blog, My Two Cents

Yes: I watch Basketball Wives

“You call yourself Pro-Black-Women and you watch Basketball Wives?” That’s what my best guy friend told me yesterday after I twitted that I spent Monday afternoon catching up on Basketball Wives Season 3- just in time for the Reunion Show. “That show is the #1 offender when it comes to making black woman look bad […]

(AAP) Controversy in the blogosphere: What’s the only crime where the victim stands trial too? Rape

August 1st, 2011  |  by  |  published in Podcast

(AAP) Controversy in the blogosphere: What's the only crime where the victim stands trial too? Rape

(Audio Missing) This week I am going to be talking about Nafissatou Diallo, the housekeeper who accused Dominique Srauss-Kahn of sexually assaulting her in May. The French press was the first to report her name- and since then there has been many reports detailing her background and questioning her credibility. In a New York Times […]

(APP) Controversy in the blogosphere: Is twitter a force for good or evil?

July 24th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Podcast

(APP) Controversy in the blogosphere: Is twitter a force for good or evil?

(Audio Missing) So I fell a little behind, but I’ve been catching up on the different podcasts I subscribe to- one being NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin. And recentlyshe discussed the impact Twitter had on our world today Mrs. Martin says: On the one hand twitter has been credited with speeding the revolutions […]

(APP) Controversy in the Blogosphere: Essence Magazine Hires White Managing Editor- Should his race Matter?

July 17th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Podcast

(APP) Controversy in the Blogosphere: Essence Magazine Hires White Managing Editor- Should his race Matter?

(Audio Missing) Essence Magazine- for those that may not know- is a 40 year-old publication that aims to put Black woman first in news, entertainment and motivation. I got that straight from there website… And this week the African-American Womens magazine, outraged many of its readers by hiring Michael Bullerdick, a white male, as its new […]

(APP) Controversy in the Blogosphere: Had Casey Anthony been black- would she have been found guilty?

July 10th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Podcast

 (APP) Controversy in the Blogosphere: Had Casey Anthony been black- would she have been found guilty?

(Audio Missing) So were you following the Casey Anthony case? Honestly I must admit- I was not. After hearing the initial news (years ago) of Casey waiting 31 days to report her daughter, Caylee, missing… hearing how she lied about her daughter being kidnapped… and then hearing that the remains of little Caylee were found… […]

(APP) Controversy in the blogosphere: Is “Basketball Wives” helping the image of Black woman in reality TV?

July 3rd, 2011  |  by  |  published in Podcast

(APP) Controversy in the blogosphere: Is "Basketball Wives” helping the image of Black woman in reality TV?

(Audio Missing) My interest in this weeks topic started after I read Shaunie O’Neal’s commentary on CNN: Negative portrayals of black women on reality TV Now in case you don’t know Shaunie is the ex-wife of NBA star Shaquille O’Neal and she’s the executive producer and star of the VH1’s reality show “Basketball Wives.” This […]

Patrice Peck: Providing Pop Culture Perspectives

June 30th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Blog, Get Yours

Patrice Peck: Providing Pop Culture Perspectives

In 2010, one year after graduating Amherst College, Patrice decided that New York was the only place she would be able to fully cultivate and nurture her professional and personal aspirations. Less than a year later she launched Xhibit P- the premiere destination for pop culture criticism.

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