Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Black History Month

Black History Month
"Midnights with Jae El" kicks off the February month with the theme of the month - Black History. Jae El will count down the top history-making African Americans, speak of some of his favorite black influences in various medias, and read a selection from Maya Angelou's "Letters to My Daughter" - Jae El's favorite read of the last decade. Spotlighted will be the website, album, author, publisher, MySpace music find, and F'ed up Things of the week. Jae El will offer his tribute poetry to Martin Luther King Jr., and author Crystal Brewton will join in via telephone. Crystal will discuss topics such as the incorporation of interracial relationships into her fiction, she'll talk about her most popular character, the strong black woman named Cassandra Houston, and she'll discuss what it's like being the inspiration behind Jae El's best selling character, the African matchmaking beautician Ashaki. Jae El will also introduce a new weekly topic "How About That!" The focus will be on useful (or useless) information that will astound, surprise, thrill, or frighten you! It's certain to be a fantastic show, and as always - "Midnights with Jae El" is live and uncensored. Anything can happen!
This Friday night at Midnight, CST!

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