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    Saturday, July 18, 2020

    The Grindhouse @BTalk 100-Sunday 6pm; Icon John Lewis & March Comics; Disney's Black Panther is Racist?; Capt. Marvel's Sister? & More!

    We're back at AGAIN! Listen to the latest installment of Afronerd Radio's The Grindhouse now heard exclusively at BTalk 100-airing this Sunday at 6pm eastern.  Listen to your favorite AFROnerdist broadcasters discuss the following issues:  another icon passes, famed Civil Rights activist and politician, John Lewis succumbs to pancreatic cancer at 80; and then there was his foray into the world of comics with his March series;  in another "Karen" moment, a Lowe's worker was forced to remove his Black Panther t-shirt because a white patron perceived his garb as being racist (really?);  an upcoming Captain Marvel comic purportedly will introduce the titular character's half sister for the first timeChina reopens their movie theaters but with some expected caveats how long will America follow suit?;  Stargirl actress, Anjelika Washington recounts her own encounter with a blackface incident:

    Dburt has a cautionary tale relating to the current real life horror story concerning the accused killer of young NYC tech millionaire, Fahim Saleh;  more on the Lady A vs Lady A (formerly Lady Antebellum) debacle;  sigh.....still more Marvel (Disney plus, specifically) delays;  shocker...another graphic novel translation wins via Netflix-The Old Guard written by Greg Rucka and for the film version, helmed by black female director, Gina Prince-Bythewood breaks records on the popular streaming platform;  Dburt has a conniption when he heard that the Prince estate will be releasing a remastered (and expanded) version of the late music genius' opus, Sign 'O The Times containing a whopping 63 unreleased tracks;  and in an alternate music conversation, is music business mogul, Steve Stoute correct in asserting that if popular Canadian rapper, Drake were to go independent, it could spell the end of the conventional music industry?;  more on virtual SDCC and how it will proceed without Marvel and DC in attendance;  don't expect to go to a music concert until 2022, so says a top touring exec;  And lastly, back to back stories involving the capitalizing on missed markets-syrup and sunscreen. 'Nuff said.  Call LIVE at 508-645-0100. 

    I am a woman, a mutant, a thief, an X-Men, a lover, a wife, a queen.  I am all these things.  I am Storm, and for me, there are no such things as limits.-Ororo Munroe 


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