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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

The Boys Are Back 4 Another Wed Show! CNN Journalist Soledad O'brien Stops By Afronerd Radio at 5pm & Another MID-Week in Review!

It appears that our podcast supporters will be in for a treat this Wednesday at 5pm eastern. Noted CNN Correspondent and journalist/author, Soledad O'brien stops by to discuss her new memoir, The Next Big Story: My Journey Through the Land of Possibilities. The Next Big Story is a candid look at Ms. Obrien's trek-starting from her Long Island roots, through her time as a Harvard student as well as her struggle and perseverance in gaining respect in the media industry. If time permits, we may be able to squeeze our current events segment for the second half-The (Mid) Week in Review (i.e. a Harvard/Yale alumni function that was cut short for fear of it attracting a gang presence; the second act for WikiLeaks, etc). So don't be scuurred-call us live at 646-915-9620 or via email/IM-afronerdradio@yahoo.com. And remember-Be there and Be square-it might just save your life!

Afronerd Radio Interviews CNN Journalist and Author, Soledad O'brien

Friday, November 26, 2010

Check Out Afronerd Radio's "Armageddon" Broadcast-Sun at 7pm-Issues w/Facebook, The Pope & Angry Vets!

Don't let the title of this entry/show promotion fool you....Armageddon might be the word that's appropriate to describe this week's latest stories. Stop by this Sunday at 7pm (eastern) as Captain Kirk and yours truly use our unique brand of conservative (and sometimes independent) analysis to the following issues: Pope Benedict's recent capitulation toward condom use for male prostitutes (and then a subsequent retraction); our qualms with Facebook as well as a New Jersey's minister's recent decree to his congregation to delete their accounts from the social networking service (oh..but there's more to this story...); a 78 year old White veteran was recently arrested for making threats against President Obama claiming that the POTUS wasn't doing enough to help Black people and if there's time, perhaps a discussion rebuking the madness called Black Friday. Feel free to call us "live" at: 646-915-9620 or via email/IM-afronerdradio@yahoo.com. Meanwhile check out this killer performance by Alecia Chakour and the Osrah interpolating Burt Bacharach (although late Isaac Hayes' version can't be forgotten) classic, "Walk on by":

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

An SNL Skit That Was Actually Funny! Special Hump Day-Pre Turkey Day Show, Wed at 7pm-TSA Shenanigans, Racial Profiling & Obama Critic Loses Job!

Some topics are so hot, we just couldn't wait for the Sunday broadcast to discuss them! Join Captain Kirk and yours truly tomorrow evening (at 7pm) to pick up on an issue that we failed to cover due to time constraints on Sunday's broadcast-racial profiling. But let's go one step further....what happens when the specific profile is that there isn't a profile? Hence, the present controversy revolving around alleged probative tactics employed by the TSA toward prospective airplane passengers-irrespective of race. Does this put the issue of profiling in a different context? Maybe. Maybe not. And if there's enough room on our conservative table, our thoughts on the firing of Obama supporter, Velma Hart, who you might remember confronted the President in a rather personal and provocative manner during a town hall meeting a few months back. So let's dip our feet into the fire and chop it up in a Mid-Week in Review broadcast. Feel free to give us a buzz at 646-915-9620 or via email/IM at-afronerdradio@yahoo.com!

Oh, and least we forget...mark your calendars (coincidentally) for December 1st (special 5pm airing) as CNN journalist/author, Soledad O'brien joins us to discuss her latest literary endeavor, The Next Big Story: My Journey Through the Land of Possibilities. Treat this clip of Ms. O'brien as a teaser...

Afronerd radio Mid-Week in Review broadcast

Sunday, November 21, 2010

We Interrupt This Broadcast......For a 2hr Show! Jay-z on Stern Show for the 1st Part & The Week in Review for the 2nd! 7pm 2nite!

Our listeners should be in store for a special 2 part/2hr treat! Afronerd Radio airs 1hr earlier to highlight special airing of a November 15th Jay-Z interview with Howard Stern; For the second hour the usual "Afronerd featuring Capt. Kirk" broadcast will resume its regularly scheduled programming. We will analyze the Jay-z interview as well as discuss racial profiling and the concept of perception vs. reality. So stop by at 6pm for the "Jay Z tapes" and feel free to converse with Dburt and the Captain at 7pm....call us live at: 646-915-9620. In the interim, check out this local NY (Channel 9) special on Long Island police and racial profiling. Can anyone say "politically incorrect set up?" Judge for yourselves....

Driving While Black News Report

The Jay Z tapes & Afronerd Radio's Week in Review

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Discussing George Bush's New Book, The Concept of Adaptability in America & Tyler Perry on Afronerd Radio-2nite at 7pm ET!

It's Sunday, Folks and that means that it's time for another fiery and informative broadcast from Afronerd Radio. Stop by this evening and join Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they bring their own brand of analysis to the following issues: a discussion regarding former President Bush's incredible revelations stemming from his latest literary effort, Decision Points; how Americans are adapting (or not) in a "post-racial" and diminished economic landscape and if time permits, thoughts on Tyler Perry's new film, For Colored Girls. See you all at 7pm ET. Don't forget to call us live at: 646-915-9620 or via IM/email-afronerdradio@yahoo.com

Afronerd Radio's Week in Review: The George Bush Media Tour

And while you're waiting for this week's show, consider this our prologue. Enjoy!

Saturday, November 06, 2010

Even Afronerd Radio Isn't Immune to the New Football Season! Interviewing The NEFL Predators' Head Coach, Martin Adams & Our Week in Review!

The ensuing days weeks just keep rollng and rolling along! Join Dburt and Captain Kirk as they discuss the latest in the world of Adult Amateur football with the NEFL Chippewa Predators coach, Martin Adams. I'm sure the discussion will address the latest rule changes in professional football as it pertains to player safety. The remaining portion of the broadcast, The Week in Review segment will try to highlight this past week's midterm elections (including more inane is Pres. Obama Black enough talk), blackface Halloween costumes and if time permits-a conversation centered on an initiative currently being promoted by Dburt's alma mater, Hampton University. Hampton's launch of the Center on African American Marriages and Parenting seeks to promote the importance of marriage while discouraging out of wedlock births in the Black community. Feel free to call in live at: 646-915-9620 or via IM/email-afronerdradio@yahoo.com

Afronerd radio Interviews Chippewa Valley Predators' coach, Martin Adams