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A dynamic talk show that discusses topics from an educated, conservative Black perspective-debunking ghettoized stereotypes. A show for contrarian people of ALL ethnicities. Afronerd Radio airs regularly on Wednesday at 7:30pm eastern. And for even more discourse Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse, highlighting sci fi, fantasy and pop culture airs every Saturday at 6pm eastern.
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Post MLK Day/Black Comic Festival; Harvey on Trump; Effa Manley-MWIR 7:30pm EST
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Greetings to our ever steadfast (and growing) listenership! Listen to the latest installment of Afronerd Radio'sMid Week in Review, airing every Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join your hosts, Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they unravel this (mid) week's latest current event (and oftentimes historically) laden topics: our thoughts about this past MLK holiday coupled with our attendance of the 5th annual Black Comic Festival at the legendary (and now a historical landmark) Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture; President-elect, Donald Trump adds comedian Steve Harvey to his growing list of Black celebrities believed to provide insight into the "Black problem" for the neophyte politician's impending governance; the Steve Harvey-Trump affiliation appears to have raised the ire of some folks at CNN; picking up where we left off from the last episode-Dburt highlights the story of sports executive and Newark Eagles Negro League baseball team owner, Effa Manley and her unflinching Blackness; according to hip hop legend and actress, Queen Latifah, the 90s Black sitcom staple, Living Single may be up for a reboot; Civil Rights icon, Congressman John Lewis causes a widely publicized stir by openly questioning the legitimacy of Donald Trump's impedning presidency in the wake of alleged Russian hacking; in a Blue Area moment, four year old, Daliyah Marie Arana bears the distinction of having read over 1000 books before Kindergarten making her "Librarian for a Day" at the Library of Congress; Dburt got the chance to check out Hidden Figures and gives you his impressions; And lastly, the trailer for the iconic author/activist, James Baldwin's documentary, I am Not Your Negro hits the cyberwebs. Call in live at 646-915-9620.