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Are Women Still making list of their expectations in a Man? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Are Women still making list of the type of men they want to marry?

A man who is charming, sexy, kind, sensitive, excellent qualities, great sense of humor, a 7 figure salary, compassionate, tall, dark, handsome, no kids, no drama, etc., etc. and some women can go on and on especially when they’re asked to describe what they’re looking for in a significant other.

Some women desire to marry a man who has it all according to their list but is this list an unrealistic expectation?

Superficial, impractical or absurd, are women destined to remain single having these types of list and hopes for reality?

Join us at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” with our host Ms. Tracy L. Bell for her commentary on the question: Are Women still making list of the type of men they want to marry?

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The Racial Divide & The Upcoming Midterm Election Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


President Trump has undoubtedly sown racial division in this country by fueling anxiety over race with white supremacist who are putting action to his rhetoric. Trump is returning to the inflammatory playbook that helped lift him to victory nearly two years ago, waging a campaign of fear and racial division in an effort to save his party’s majorities in Congress. With just six days left before the midterm elections, Trump is amplifying a dark vision of what the country could look like if Democrats gain control in Congress. At campaign rallies, on Twitter and in his public commentary, he has issued urgent – if groundless – warnings about terrorists at the border, a socialist takeover and rampant crime.

In the meantime, a white racist national walked into a Jewish synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA and killed 12 people during worship. The attack is believed to be the deadliest on the Jewish community in US history. Then over in Kentucky a white man entered a Kroger’s supermarket and shot and killed a black man and woman after trying to enter a predominantly black church nearby. These incidents were hate crimes!

Join us tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio with Host Tracy L. Bell for her commentary on “The Racial Divide & The Upcoming 2018 Midterms

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When should the past, be the past? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Don’t get me wrong the past should neither be forgotten nor accepted, it should be “a thing to be treasured and lessons to be learnt and then you MOVE ON.

Those who choose to simply forget the past miss out on its fullest potential, good, bad or indifferent. There are valuable lessons to be learned from it. And those who choose to ask the right questions about their past are most prepared to live life to the fullest in the present. Too many of us live our lives defined by the choices we made in the past. This shouldn’t be the case, especially since each new day presents a brand new opportunity to become a new person on a new road destined for a new future.

We must be mindful of the company we keep and the cultures we function in because they will either bring us inspiration or derail our progress. Derailed progress, stomps growth!! And when we have no direction, we tend to look back on the past.

So, when should the past be left in the past? And are there some things we should refuse to remember?

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog Talk Radio as she explore this topic and explain when the past should remain the past and how the constant reliving of it can become toxic!!!!

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The Love & Hatred For President Donald Trump Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Last week Rap artist, turned fashion designer Kanye West made a visit to the oval office at the White House. Invited by President Donald Trump himself, West professed his undying love and utmost respect for the president and all hell broke loose in the media. Social media especially. Saturday Night Live mocked them, while the media made a spectacle of Kanye’s rant, word for word. During his 10 minute rant in front of Trump and reporters, Kanye talked about everything from Democrats, single parent households, and Hillary Clinton.

Many politicians have this kind of cult of personality, but Trump’s is so feverish and all-encompassing that it’s particularly exhausting. And the hatred he inspires is so intense; it’s crushing in its divisiveness. It’s OK to like or dislike some things the president does or says but not others.

The president has done much damage to our country’s ability to come together for the common good and has jeopardized the pursuit of truth in his words and actions. However, we as a people don’t see the same things.

Join host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” for her “Conversation and Commentary” – “The Love & Hatred For President Donald Trump“.

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Blacks in America Are Not Safe, Tonight on “Conversations of A Sistah”


Botham Shem Jean was fatally shot by a Dallas police officer who says she mistook him for a burglar in his own home. Jean was careful to avoid police officers before he was killed by one. What’s hard to fathom is, he was killed in his own home, while minding his own business and watching a football game like any other Friday night.

Botham Shem Jean had gone out of his way to avoid even routine encounters with police, his mother, Allison Jean, said during a visit to New York City on Thursday with her lawyer, Lee Merritt. Jean said her son had to explain life in America — where for black men in particular, a minor traffic stop can turn deadly — to his family back home on the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.

“I always told him, ‘Why do you have to be so dressy?’” Jean recalled in an interview. “He said ‘Mom, I don’t want to be stopped. I don’t want for them to think I’m somebody I’m not.’”

In 2016, when Botham Jean moved to Dallas to take an internship with the accounting firm PwC, formerly known as PricewaterhouseCoopers, he made sure to transfer his car registration within the 30-day limit.

Unlike many mothers of African-American boys, Allison Jean, who headed several government agencies on St. Lucia, never gave her son, a risk assurance associate, a talk about avoiding police.

How much his race played a role in what happened when Amber R. Guyger, a white off-duty Dallas police officer, arrived at Jean’s door on the night of Sept. 6 is unclear, as are many of the details of what led to the shooting.

Why are Blacks Not safe in America?

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