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Saturday, March 05, 2011

Next on Sunday's Afronerd Radio Show: Racism as Fashion? (Con't From Last Show), Hollywood vs Obama, Huckabee vs Natalie & More!

Afronerd Radio (dba Afronerd Featuring Captain Kirk) airs this Sunday at 7pm. Set your clocks and bear witness to the team at Afronerd as they use their conservative (and sometimes independent) microscopes to analyze this week's topics de jour: Academy Award winning actor, Matt Damon had some choice words for President Obama (check the video, above) which leads to a larger question of whether the love affair between the President and Hollywood is over; continuing last week's discourse regarding several high profile and racially charged events (the firing of a Christian Dior designer, the absence of Black models for NYC's Fashion Week, the lack of diversity of last week's Oscars); former Arkansas Governor and Fox News commentator, Mike Huckabee made several disapproving statements aimed at actress Natalie Portman pertaining to her out of wedlock pregnancy and lastly, Dburt and The Captain discuss the controversy centered around Brigham Young University basketball player suspended for having consensual relations with his girlfriend. So call us live at 646-915-9620 or contact us via IM/email at afronerdradio@yahoo.com.

Afronerd Radio's Week in Review

And while you wait for tommorow's broadcast, check out this pretty interesting debate between noted Jazz critic, Stanley Crouch and musician/radio host, James Mtume on jazz legend, Miles Davis' electric period:

Part 2

a debate about the music of Miles Davis with Stanley Crouch and James Mtume


Qstorm said...

I don't understand this...you got Halle Berry and her man getting divorced and fighting over their child, Charlie Sheen and Denise fighting over their children, why is he concerned about THIS situation??

Qstorm said...

Dan Quayle

Qstorm said...

Why is this an issue when you got Halle Berry and Charlie Sheen acting like FOOLS with their kids and their DIVORCES???

Kris said...

Another great show. Those clips of The Apprentice and The Jack Benny Show were a little too similar.......