There is extreme danger in having a media section. The Internet is pretty much irrevocable so everything in this section pretty much rules out any chances I have for ever running for public office (thank God) or being respected by my future children.
Politickin' Radio Show
My husband Andre and I host a weekly internet radio show/podcast on
Thursdays at 7:30 am PST
. You can stream the show live, call-in and even chat with us. It's a mixed bag show where we discuss any and every issues/topic. Show info and archives at
and listen live
Here NPR's "News & Notes" Appearances:
"The McClendont Report" on WVON 1690 in Chicago
Jun 02. 2007
~1 hour interview with my husband and I. I lost the audio link, sorry. Will find it soon.
The Capital Region People Radio Show
(WYJB B95.5 FM in New York)
May 8. 2005
Apr 30. 2005
The show's theme was "The Conservative Movement Is a Big Tent." I got to play token black for a day. The joy. Not a fan of "republican" (or "democrat") radio stations,
in general. Audio link is broken, hallelujah! There will never be proof tha tit happened! The Toward Tradition Radio Show
Jan 29. 2005
Runtime: ~45 minutes
This was to be an interview with Rabbi Daniel Lapin on KTTH radio in Seattle, but his younger, less radio-experienced daughter interviewed me for most of the show. I discuss my decision to leave college and all that jazz. This is an old interview so the link may no longer work.
The Cheap Gospel
Mar. 2004 [audio]
An address to a group of college and high school
students on the perils of lifting up the standard in a loose
culture. This was recorded when I was 22. That's all I'm gonna say. Youth, it does things to you.
The Spirit of Sonship
Oct 03. 2001
I had the privilege of being a guest speaker an inner city church in Seattle during the turbulent times in our country known as post-September 11th. This was recorded when I'd just turned 20. Seriously, listening to yourself babble at age 20 is the stuff that keeps a person humble.
The Tyra Banks Show
Aired August 2007 (add link)
Writing things on the Internet will find you in some strange places. This time around, my husband and I were invited on to the Tyra Banks Show to discuss my heavy luggage addiction. I wrote a piece about what a horrible packer I am. The funny thing is, I spent most of 2008 and 2007 on airplanes so I'm a much better packer now than I was when I went on the show. Much of what they did was just theatrics anyway. Nevertheless, here is a clip from the very end of our third segment. They didn't put our first two segments on YouTube, and I surely didn't tape it. To this day I haven't seen it though most of our friends have.
Blogging Black Brothers and Sisters
The National Review Online
Seaspot Magazine (my former bi-monthly column)
New Black Magazine (will add links)
Modesty Zone (will add links)