What Men Said When Six Brown Chicks Asked “How To Love A Black Man?”

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Maze Jackson

 

 

On Saturday, April 9, Six Brown Chicks hosted a panel discussion entitled, “How To Love a Black Man” at the Black Women’s Expo.  Moderated by Brown Chick Gina B., the panel feature six of Chicago’s most interesting Black men discussing what it takes for Black women to get and keep a Black man in today’s society.

Questions were submitted online via social media and live at the seminar.  The topics covered everything from who pays, to sex on the first date, to relationship roles.  Things got hot when the topic of interracial dating came up, and the brothers gave it to the sisters in the raw.  Sometimes things got a little intense, but overall, the men provided the women with real information, even if it wasn’t what they wanted to hear.

If you are looking for a frank conversation on Black relationships, this is a video you do not want to miss!

 

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Black Women’s Expo Seminar- Racially Broke: Wealth in the African-American Community

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Maze Jackson

 

 

Mistress of Ceremony, Helen-Crawley Austin moderated the panel entitled, Racially Broke-Wealth in the Black Community during the 2016 Black Women’s Expo.  The much-needed panel discussed and highlighted the lack needs of for Black people to put style over substance.  The panelists provided insights as well as offered suggestions for the attendees to get their fiscal houses in order. The panelists also gave event attendees advice on how to save money.

Are you tired of faking it until you make?  Watch this video and share with your friends.

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#MazeSaid Podcast featuring Charles Thomas of ABC7 and Kim Foxx

Check out this episode of The Maze Said Radio Show and Podcast featuring Charles Thomas of ABC 7, where we interview Cook County State’s Attorney nominee Kim Foxx.