Dear Today,

#thatisall

Signed,

Debating on quitting but then I remember I have bills. 

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When Is the Right Time for Black People to Protest?

Gotta love Trevor Noah for getting to the whole truth and the point! 

What Men Think: ‘The Way We Love’ 09/28 at 10pm by GFT Radio

 

PicsArt_09-26-06.36.35The Men of G.F.T Radio are taking over once again to bring you ‘What Men Think’! On this episode, of What Men Think, we’re exploring the topic of Love, Relationships and everything in between. So join Clint, Stylez and our special guest, Alex & Jibril , as we discuss ‘The Way We Love’!

Do men value love or respect more?

How do men handle cheating?

Why some men stick around but never intend on marrying?

What makes a man ready to settle down?

What type of woman is today’s man looking for?

All that and so much more. Join in on the discussion by calling in (657) 383-1155, phone lines open up at 10:15pm. You can also live tweet us @gft_radio using the hashtag #GFTRadioMen

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Music Mondays: More Than A Woman

THANKS TRUMP

​Commander Cheeto clearly failed to educate himself on the reason why Colin Kaepernick protested the national anthem. His comments about “not mentioning or saying anything about race” shows how misguided or chooses to be naive which means he is part of thr problem. We shouldn’t be surprised because we saw that he didn’t care about us, women and ppl of other nationalities this was highlighted on his campaign trail and now in his presidency. Trump you helped Colin and his supporters more than you even realized, so thank you for opening that hole in your face and not thinking!! On behalf of the Americans who understand that #blacklivesmatter.

What Does “Thank You For Your Service” Mean to a Black Soldier?

AfroSapiophile

Serving While Black

Hello Everyone.

I’m a Soldier currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, roughly 17 years.  I plan on doing 20.  Might as well at this point. I’ve fought in both the Middle-East (Iraq) and Central Asia (Afghanistan), and would have no problems going to any of our warzones again, despite the fact that I should tend to my family on the homefront more.

I’ve also served as an Equal Opportunity Non-Commissioned Officer (EO; prevention of racism, sexism, and discrimination concerning) as well as the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Non-Commissioned Officer (SHARP; prevention of sexism, rape).  The reason why I bring this up, is because I stand as an African-American Soldier who is trained as an anti-racism and anti-sexism service member.  I really do stand against racism and sexism while in service.

Would you still “thank me for my service” if I told you that if…

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