SPAR with Jamila Bey: the show in which Jamila Bey discusses all of the topics that many were told should never be discussed in polite company.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— What do you get when a bunch of devoted Americans decide to raise some money to help the women of the Lone Star State protect their constitutionally protected right to reproductive choice?
By Jamila Bey
WASHINGTON (VOR)—We have two special guests today to discuss the need for inclusivity in science realm. Dr. Danielle Lee, The Urban Scientist, is a biologist and expert in animal behavior, mammalogy, and ecology. Dr. Chris Emdin is an Associate Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University. Both join the Sex Politics And Religion hour to talk about the fact that there's much work being done to make science more inclusive.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Progressive news talk media has been left wanting since the demise of the Air America Radio network, which existed just from 2004-2010.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— A viral comedy video is illustrating to New York state residents that women often don’t get the same legal protections as men.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— A number of disturbing stories in the news this week have required analysis in terms of race and gender.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Melissa Fabello, editor of “Everyday Feminism” and a sexuality educator, makes her debut on SPAR with Jamila.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— For the first time since starting to cover the issue of school vouchers in Louisiana, the show will not be arguing about science standards!
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Last Saturday night brought some relief for all who are tired of watching a man in a dress on SNL whenever the skit calls for a black woman character.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— The BET network aired the annual “Black Girls Rock” awards ceremony.
WASHINGTON (VOR)— Tomorrow the Supreme Court hears a case which can be summarized thus: Will a New York town be able to start its municipal meetings with prayers?