The Best of Black Womanhood in Indie Music, Books, and Internet Media
BAP Living Radio, a Talkshoe.com radio show, will host a panel discussion that explores the best of Black womanhood in indie music, books, and Internet media in July.
PR9.NET June 25, 2008 - Washington, DC - BAP Author Ananda Kiamsha Madelyn Leeke will host the second episode of BAP Living Radio, a monthly Internet radio show that airs on Talkshoe.com, on Sunday, July 6 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. The theme is "Exploring the Best of Black Womanhood in Indie Music, Books, and Internet Media" (web sites, social networking sites, blogs, podcasts, radio and television shows, and YouTube videos). A guest panel featuring the following women will share their expertise:
1) Khadijah Ali-Coleman, writer, educator, performer and co-founder of Liberated Muse Productions, an arts-based planning group coordinating the Capital Hip Hop Soul Fest in Washington, DC - www.liberatedmuse.com and http://capitalhiphopsoulfest.com
2) Corynne Corbett, a blogger, writer, editor, former editor-in-chief of Heart & Soul and Mode, and founder of That Black Girl Site and My Black Girl Site, a magazine-style blog collective and a social networking site in New York, New York - www.thatblackgirlsite.com and www.myblackgirlsite.com
3) Shawna Renee Madison, a radio host/producer, blogger, and founder of Cocoa Mode in Washington, DC - www.cocoamode.com
4) Monica McInyre, an independent musician (cellist), lyricist, vocalist, and creative director of the Black Women's Arts Festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - www.monicamcintyre.com and www.bwafphilly.org
5) Diane Williams, an author, radio host, founder/publisher of 22nd Century Press, and co-founder of Black Author Showcase social networking site in Upper Marlboro, Maryland - www.22ndCenturyPress.com, www.blackauthorshowcase.com, and http://blackauthors.ning.com
Listeners will have an opportunity to ask the panelists questions and engage in a lively discussion. Before the program ends, listeners will be invited to participate in the What's On Your Mind segment which will give everyone a chance to talk about their concerns. Visit www.talkshoe.com/tc/18598 to listen to the live broadcast.
BAP Living Radio affirms and supports the lives of women of African descent who self-identify as Black American Princesses (BAPs) and Educated Black Women (EBW). BAP Living Radio features programs that offer BAPs and EBW information about and a platform to discuss topics relevant to their lives. Topics of discussion include self-love, self-care, spirituality, health, finances, beauty, fashion, art, music, culture, films, travel adventures, fun events and activities, personal hobbies, books, magazines, education, community service, politics and news, careers, creativity, fitness, feminism, womanism, food, lifestyle, sexuality, relationships, family, green living, home decor, and entrepreneurialism.
Leeke created BAP Living social networking site (http://baplivingforbapsandebw.ning.com) and BAP Living Radio in response to positive feedback from readers of her debut novel, Love's Troubadours - Karma: Book One. Love's Troubadours - Karma: Book One tells the story of Karma Francois, a thirtysomething California-born BoHo BAP (Bohemian Black American Princess) with Louisiana roots and urban debutante flair. The book shows how a woman uses therapy, yoga, meditation, art, music, poetry, and support from family and friends to confront the effects of her poor life choices and embrace a spiritual journey of healing and love. The book was published by iUniverse, Inc. and is available on Amazon.com, Barnesandnobles.com, Borders.com, Target.com, and Bookamillion.com.
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