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Black Women Talk Politics Episode 11 w/Natasha Wilkins

September 9 2017 – This week Sheila is joined by BWTP Producer Lamont Clark while Sabriya tends to family matters. Sheila and Lamont discuss North Korea (3:25), the continuing Russia probe (10:20), the surprise deal made between Trump and the Democrats (17:28), DACA and DREAM Act (31:10), and Hurricane Irma (42:45). Special Guest Natasha Wilkins from FEMA joins them via phone (47:50) to discuss the important role that FEMA plays in disaster situations. Important links discussed FEMA.gov and DefendDACA.org. This podcast can be heard via iTunes, Google Play Store, SoundCloud (http://bit.ly/BTWPSC) and YouTube ( https://youtu.be/Qu10cio75FA  ). And be sure to Like and Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/blackwomentalkpolitics/)

Black Women Talk Politics Episode 10

August 29 2017 – On a special Tuesday edition of Black Women Talk Politics, Sheila and Sabriya discuss the imoact of Hurricane Harvey. Be sure to donate and Google will match your donation dollar for dollar (bit.ly/2vpzxoj). The ladies also discuss the pardoning of Arpiao, the firing of Sebastian Gorka, and Sheila’s visit to the White House. Be sure to Like and Follow BWTP on Facebook – www.facebook.com/blackwomentalkpolitics/

Black Women Talk Politics Ep. 9 w/Candis Stretcher

August 20 , 2017 – This week Candis Stretcher, Vice President of the Camp Springs Civic Association joins Sheila and Sabriya on the show! Join the ladies as they discuss Sabriya’s trip to China, the events in Charlottesville and Boston, the passing of Dick Gregory, the resignation of Bannon, and more!

Black Women Talk Politics Ep 8 w/Chris Rabb

July 30 2017 – Sheila and Sabriya are joined by Hon. Chris Rabb, State Representative at Pennsylvania General Assembly. Rep. Rabb discusses why it is important to get involved in local politics, how to get involved in local politics, and he addresses the need for men in political positions to address gender, sexual, and race issues when creating policies.

Black Women Talk Politics Episode 7

July 16 2017 – Attorney Anika Ingram of the Ingram Firm (www.ingfirm.com) joins the ladies to discuss how current immigration laws are altering the every day lives of people, what people can do to feel safe, and she shares her own experiences as a Hijab-wearing Muslim woman.

Black Women Talk Politics Episode 6

Did you know Undocumented immigrants are less likely to commit a crime than their documented counterparts? Did you know that there is NOT a huge influx of Mexicans trying to come into the United States? Or that Obama deported 3 Million people during his presidency? Dr. Tanya Golash-Boza, an expert on Immigration Policy, has a very informative discussion with Sheila and Sabriya on historical and present day immigration policies, injustices as a result of these policies, and her new project that explores mass incarcerations. Listen and Share this podcast and be sure to follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/blackwomentalkpolitics

Black Women Talk Politics Episode 5

June 25 2017: Sheila and Sabriya are back discussing this week’s hot topics in politics like only they do! Make sure you like and follow us on Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/blackwomentalkpolitics

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Black Women Talk Politics Ep. 4

How Will Healthcare Cuts Affect Communities of Color? Sheila and Sabriya talk with Alison Walker (www.fit2balance.com) about the how devastating the cuts can be. They also discuss the Comey Hearing, Jared Kushner, Civil Rights Roll Back, and more on Black Women Talk Politics Ep. 4

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Black Women Talk Politics Episode 3

Sunday May 28 2017 – Special Guest: Leslie Jones (www.thehundred-seven.org)- This week Sheila and Sabriya have a packed show as they discuss the Manchester Bombing, White Supremacists being labeled Terrorist(the murder of Richard Collins and Oregon Train Stabbing), the continuing saga of the Russia investigation, the President’s follies on his first foreign visit, the CBO score for the Trump/Ryan Health Care, and North Carolina redistricting. Special Guest Leslie Jones discusses Historically Black College and University (HBCU) Presidents visiting the President, critical issues facing HBCUs, and the importance of the existence of HBCUs. Don’t forget to visit, Like, and Subscribe to our page on Facebook (www.facebook.com/blackwomentalkpolitics)


Black Women Talk Politics Episode #2

Sheila and Sabriya recap James Comey, Jeff Sessions, The K – 12 Budget Cuts and the Commission on Voter Integrity. Special Guest Michelle Hudgins discusses the importance of understanding the language (code words) used by politicians. In the “Word on the Street” segment Natasha Wilkins discusses what she is hearing from people as she travels across the United States. Visit us at www.facebook.com/blackwomentalkpolitics/ and be sure to follow and like our page.



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