Sunday, November 30, 2008

Alphonso Rachel Will Be CBW's Special Guest

Please join me on Tuesday December 2nd at 9:00 pm EST because my special Roundtable guest will be ZO!!!! Ya'll know I am his fangirl so I am so happy to be able to chat with him on Tuesday. Please call in to 646-716-6204 or click on icon to listen live Listen to Conservative Black Woman on internet talk radio

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Alphonso Rachel and his truly amazing work check out "Why I'm a Conservative Republican"

9 comments:

JudyBright said...

I'm soooooooooooooo jealous. He's so cool.

JudyBright said...

Oh yeah, what time on Tues?

Conservative Black Woman said...

Whew Thanks Judy!!! How could I forget that...9:00PM EST.

Pamela said...

I will try and listen to this one. I will probably be working:)

Conservative Black Woman said...

Pamela~I hope you will be able to tune in. If not you can catch it on archives.

I like your sassy new avitar!

Pamela said...

Thanks:) I took that picture with my laptop. I wanted a new picture since I changed my hair style this past summer. I took eight and sent them to friends. This one and a couple of others got the most votes. Most of them could not decide on a single one.

I will be working at home so unless some serious IT madness is going on I should be on. I was glad to read his bio on his website. You can see he really believes what he communicates on his videos. He is definitely an example of what he preaches.

Meredith said...

I can't wait either! I will clear my schedule. What topics are you going to discuss?

Conservative Black Woman said...

Meredith~I am so nervous I'm not sure what I'm going to discuss. I'm interested in learning which came first for him-- his acceptance of Christ or conservatism. Not that one would naturally lead to another but I'm just curious about both his ministry and his politics.

Pamela said...

Great question for Zo. It seems like many blacks came to conservatism as a result of their faith. At least that seems to be a lot of the foundation for their politics. I especially think of Star Parker. At least it appears that Christianity definitely played a part in her switch in her political views.

I am really looking forward to this podcast.