After Seven

FIGHT THE GOOD FIGHT

Current Events Discussion with Founder of Revolution Ready, ReBecca Burrell. We will discuss activism, how people can get involved, and other things. Please join us‼️

Host Shanny B, Mia Marie and Lady V

ALL BODIES MATTER!

Black women are embracing the “body positive” movement as a source of high-quality mental health practice. This movement is not supporting obesity or bad health. It is a positive step toward loving one’s self and feeling comfortable about who you are regardless of your body. composition.

The women of After Seven discuss the circumstances of “body positive” and prejudging a woman because of her body type.

SAVING THE TA-TA’S

Anyone who knows me, knows that the topic of Breast Cancer is very near and dear to my heart – this dreadful disease took my Mama’s life. And not only did SHE battle it, but my Grandma Marie as well. Thank God, Grandma is surviving and continues to fight to stay Cancer free. Please join us as we discuss this heavy topic and how it plagues our sistas!

#OctoberIsBreastCancerAwarenessMonth #SaveTheTaTas #EarlyDetectionSavesLives #ThinkPink

UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD OF HEMP AND MARIJUANA

Powerful discussion on the good, bad, and the myths of marijuana/hemp with none other than “Mr. Hemp Milwaukee” Mike McGee Jr.

REVERSED GENDER ROLES

Listen to the ladies of “After Seven” as they discussmale/female relationships among the millenial generation.

The “After Seven” Radio program is an affiliation of The Black Reality Think Tank Radio Group.

CO-PARENTING AMONG BLACK FAMILIES IN 2020: DOES IT WORK WELL FOR PARENT AND CHILD?

Listen as the women of “After Seven” discuss co-parenting in 2020! Is your co-parenting relationship good or not so good?! How can it be better? Let’s discuss…

It’s all about empowering the Black Family. Listen as the women of “After Seven” discuss their perspective on co-parenting.

The After Seven Radio Program is an affiliate of The Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

DATING WHILE BROKE

The “After Seven” Millenial Radio Group discusses relationship issues that impact their lives and their quest to build strong Black family structures. It is their perspective if young Black Families are going to survive, the process of development must begin at the relationship stage.

Program host: Shanny B- Co host: Lady V; Mia Marie; and Tavi

After Seven Radio Group is an afilliate of The Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

BLACK LIVES MATTER UNLESS YOU ARE GAY!!!

The Ladies of After Seven are committed to breaking down stigmas and bringing the community back together. This week’s topic is a very controversial topic. In this discussion, we hope to bring both sides to the table with hopes to eliminate this divide in our community.

The After Seven radio program is an afilliate of The Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.

THE MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS IN THE BLACK COMMUNITY

The Black community suffers from an increased rate of mental health concerns, including anxiety and depression.  The increased incidence of psychological difficulties in the Black community is related to the lack of access to appropriate and culturally responsive mental health care, prejudice and racism inherent in the daily environment of Black individuals, and historical trauma enacted on the Black community by the medical field. 

The “After Seven” radio group and a guest will discuss this major crisis.

The After Seven Radio Group is an afilliate of The Black Reality Think Tank.

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