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Border Separation has chilling historical echoes of slavery… Tonight on ‘Conversation Of A Sistah’


The Trump administration decided to work around the time restriction imposed by courts, by no longer treating families as units at these borders. Therefore parents are detained and children are “put into foster care or wherever,” in the infamously blasé words of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. Now images of these children sleeping on mats placed on the floor inside of a cage is heart breaking when shown around the country.

As with much of the administration’s actions, it’s difficult to parse how much of this policy is a new moral low for the country and how much of it builds on historical precedent.

As is generally the case, the answer is both.

Forced separation of families was, of course, central to the American regime of slavery. In a system that allowed for hereditary enslavement, children were transformed into property at birth.

As the system of human trafficking grew over the early 19th century, children were regularly sold away from their families for both economic and punitive reasons. Supporters of slavery dismissed moral arguments against this separation, asserting that black people lacked the emotional capacity to truly feel the pain of losing a child or parent.

This historical fact seems to be repeated as we see the Trump administration’s policies regarding immigrants and the U.S. border.

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST onConversations Of A Sistahvia Blog Talk Radio for her commentary on “The chilling historical echoes of Slavery in the border separation of immigrant families”

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ReadyWriter Production Company Celebrating “18 years” in Business!!!


Saturday June 2, 2018 will mark 18 years in business for ReadyWriter Production Company. We are elated by its progress while realizing the goals and milestones we have yet to accomplish.

Tracy L. Bell is CEO and Proprietor and always credit her parents for being the backbone of such success, since it was her mother who saw the potential as her clientele began to grow, way before her experiences took root and launched into a publishing entity.

We’re very proud to say that today, we are a multifaceted business where our ministry exceeds our expectations.

Our anniversary theme this year focuses on “small business” the goal is to interact more and support small start-ups and small businesses.

Mr. Wayne Lester Proprietor of DJ Wayne’s Cultural Emporium

Our anniversary month will kick off on Saturday June 2 with a book signing event at DJ Wayne’s Cultural Emporium located at 162 Passaic Street in Passaic, NJ. Ms. Bell will be signing copies of her three titles from 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM and raffling off an Anniversary Gift Basket full of her books, some of her favorite things and apparel.

Raffle tickets are $2.00 and can be purchased at our “online store” just select the “FREE SHIPPING” option at checkout. The cutoff time for tickets is midnight on June 1st.

ReadyWriter Production Company Anniversary Basket

As you may know, ReadyWriter production Company is the home and parent company of this blog and the blog talk radio show, “Conversations Of A Sistah”

As we live this month reflecting on our success, we would just like to say “thank you” for your continued support throughout the years and for being a very important part of our intricate success!!

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Race Appropriation, who owns it? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Race Appropriation, or cultural appropriation is when someone else adopts a style from a race that is not his or her own. But that’s not the whole story, appropriation refers to a particular power dynamic in which members of a dominant culture take elements from a culture of people who have been systematically oppressed by that dominant group. It’s fine to take aspects of another culture but when it permeates the masses, there lies the problem.

Recently in an interview with the breakfast club Azalia Banks slammed Cardi B for trying to impersonate a black woman. Cardi B is among a group of white and Hispanic rappers who are heavily promoted by the media as acceptable crossover hip-hop artists. This is not sitting well with other celebrities.

In a recent interview with the Breakfast Club, Banks dissed Cardi by calling her an “illiterate, untalented rat” and a “caricature of a black woman,” then dismissed the rapper as a one-hit wonder and not influential at all.

Several other artist have imitated us in the past as well. You have Eminen, Vanilla Ice, Jon B, Miley Cyrus, Iggy Izalea and Bruno Mars just to name a few.

So what is so wrong with imitating black R&B artist, rappers and entertainers?

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” for her commentary on “Race Appropriation, who owns it?”

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Why Misery is a choice… Tonight’s Conversation on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Man remains a slave of misery because he has chosen it. It is easier to be miserable because the whole crowd is miserable. It feels more comfortable to be with the crowd than to be alone. Misery seeks comfort because that is what makes it happy.

This is why I don’t understand everyone’s surprise with the words and statement that came out of rapper/designer Kanye West’s mouth about slavery, when the rapper is famously known for his constant frown. The man NEVER SMILES.

The only way Kanye hooked onto the sluttish famed Kardashian family is because of the death of his mother. Kanye West sought the fulfillment of love to cover two things; grief and void, yet he’s still living with a deep wound that has not been healed or treated.

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST via blog talk radio on “Conversations Of A Sistah” as we discuss “Why Misery is a choice?

Hope to see you on the air but in the meantime, you can sound off here!

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