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“Why Black People Don’t Support Black Businesses” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


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It’s Black History Month and we’re covering all subject matters Black!!

Even history books can confirm how long black people have been in competition with one another. Divided by skin complexion as house and field Negroes, we were forced to create segregation within our own race. Trickling down from generation to generation, black people seem to still embody this desire to compete and tear one another down. Could this be why black people don’t support each other?

The Mexican, Asian and Chinese cultures will come over to the United States and perfect their crafts just to return back to their countries and give back. They continuously support their people in any endeavor they attempt to pursue. Unlike other races where they are prideful of their people no matter what the socio-economic status or difference in skin complexion is, black people rather separate the haves and have-nots within their own race.

Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via Blog talk Radio for her discussion on “Why Black People Don’t Support Black Businesses?” with her special guest Mr. Daryl Harris (Pictured left above with his 3 brothers). Daryl and his brothers started “4 Kings Artful Xpressions” as a mission driven company, promoting art in every form and their goal is to set standards of excellence in Art. Located in Paterson, NJ, these brothers are making waves with their African art in many ways.

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Black Couples who have impacted history Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


As this weeks show fall on Valentine’s Day, during Black History Month, it seems appropriate to take a look at African American couples that have been trailblazers in their own way, making an impact on American history.? There have been couples throughout history that have treaded the path of love and respect for decades. Others have only just begun, in comparison. Some couples began to tread the path individually, then met the love of their life and began blazing the trails together as a team.

There are notable couples in Black history. And regardless to where, when and how their paths were blazed into history, they displayed love, dedication and passion for their partners and the world around them.

Join host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” on Blog Talk Radio as she explore “Black Couples who have impacted history“.

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The Origination of Black History Month on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Black History Month often sparks an annual debate about the continued usefulness and fairness of a designated month dedicated to the history of one race. Criticisms include questions over whether it is appropriate to confine the celebration of Black History to one month, as opposed to integration of Black history into the mainstream education the rest of the year. The manner in which American schools fail to represent Black historical figures as anything other than slaves or colonial subjects, by which Black History Month reduces complex historical figures to overly simplified objects of hero worship. When the success of a people is just as poignant as their struggle and sacrifice.

But should Black History be relegated to just one month? How did it all begin?

Join host Tracy L. Bell for her commentary “The Origination of Black History Month” at 6:30 p.m. EST tonight onConversations Of A Sistah”

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New Photo of Young Harriet Tubman to Hit Auction Block


harriet-tubman-549x315A newly discovered photo of abolitionist Harriet Tubman when she was a much younger woman will be sold at auction in New York City next month.

The photo was found in an album owned by another abolitionist, according to the curator of an auction house.

Tubman’s photo will be included alongside photos of other well-known abolitionists from that era.

The album is expected to fetch an estimated $20,000 to $30,000.

Tubman was a runaway slave who fled north in 1849. She returned to help lead 300 slaves to freedom as conductor of the underground railroad.

February is Black History Month, also known as African American History Month in America and Tubman is my favorite pioneer of all time.

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Author & Poet Patrick L. Washington on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


patrick%20l%20washingtonJourney with me during this BHM as I continue to highlight those extraordinary African American individuals, making strides through their God given talents, expertise and abilities. Those individuals acknowledging their gifts and bringing their dreams to life.

Join me tonight at 6:30 P.M. on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio, as I sit down with South Carolina Author and Poet, Patrick L. Washington to discuss his book Praying For God’s Glory” poems about life and giving God Glory in the midst of your storms.

Tune in “Live” tonight to find out why Patrick lives by the scripture found in Proverbs 18:16:A man’s gift maketh room for him and bringeth him before great men.” 

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