Class Act Radio is an internet radio produced by Cheeseburga, that feature conversations on black culture, dating/relationship lessons learned, and trending stories. Originally from New York and broadcasting live in Phoenix,Arizona, Class Act Radio highlights local arizona artists and public figures, while playing Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Soca, Afro-Beats, Dancehall and more! Tune in live every Saturday, 6pm-8pm PST (9pm-11pm EST) on RadioPhoenix.Org and comment your thoughts on the topics live on air! Studio Line to call is 602 354 8823
Class Act Radio 36 "Breast Cancer Awareness & Black Woman"
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer affects more women than any other type of cancer and is the leading cause of cancer-related deaths among women. African American women have a 31% breast cancer mortality rate the highest of any U.S. racial or ethnic group. Learn about other contributing factors that cause breast cancer and advice on lifestyle changes to minimize chances of developing breast cancer.
The first hour of Class Act Radio features music by Ty Dolla Sign, DVSN, Donnel Jones, Lil Kim, Neyo, Dej Loah, Inayah, and more!
The second hour of Class Act Radio features Caribbean music from Machel Montano, Patrice Roberts, Kes, Kerwin Dubois, GBM Nutron, Olatunji, Nadia Batson, and more!
Class Act Radio 35 "The Cuffing Season Playbook"
October is the beginning of cuffing season! Fall weather, pumpkin spice, and the annoying auntie who asks every thanksgiving "when are you going to settle down?" Dating during the pandemic has been hard for some and a strong cuffing season could be a shot at long-term happiness or short-term fun, overall this playbook is your guide to securing bae. Tune in to learn more about signs of cuffing season red flags, advice on how to have the best cuffing season ever, and what to do if you want cuffing bae to take you seriously.
The first hour features Hip Hop and R&B by Usher, Next, Amerie, Beyonce, Alegra Snoh, Vivian Green, Tems, and more!
The second hour features afro-beats, reggae, dancehall, soca, and kompa by Konshens, Vybz Kartel, Demarco, Aidonia, Machel Montano, Patrice Roberts, Dexta Daps, Fadda Moses, Carmi, Teddyson John, Kes, and more!
Class Act Radio 34 "Haitian Asylum Seekers & The United States Have History"
More than 15,000 Haitian asylum seekers and migrants recently made the news after trying to enter the United States. Images from Del Rio, Texas began to surface of border patrol agents riding horses and using whips on Haitian migrants. Many were polarized however this type of treatment is nothing new for the United States and how it treats Haitians. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, between 2018-2021 only 4.62% of Haitian asylum seekers were granted asylum by the U.S. The lowest rate among 84 groups during the study.
Tune in as I share additional infomation and history on the relationship between the United States and Haiti.
The second hour features music from Machel Montano, Kes, Kerwin Dubois, Olatunji, Beenie Man, Mr.Vegas, Konshens, Aidonia, Patrice Roberts, and more!
To support Haitian Migrants & Aslyum Seekers
Haitian Bridge Alliance
Black Freedom Factory
Haitian Immigrant Bail Assistant Project (HIBAP) helps pay bail to free detained refugees, asylum seekers, TPS holders, and other undocumented immigrants.
Houston Haitians United has worked to connect and uplift Houston’s Haitian community. Now, the organization is on the ground helping run a shelter where volunteers are providing Haitian food and supplies, translation services, COVID tests, and even hairstyling.
Undocublack is a support network that advocates for undocumented Black immigrants by building community, providing education and training, and organizing for immigrant rights and racial justice.
Border Kindness was founded in 2018 in response to the caravan of migrants from Central America. Since it has continued to provide food, shelter, medical services, transportation, and legal services for asylum seekers, refugees, and migrants of all kinds. The group is offering support services to Haitian asylum seekers who have passed through the border.
Val Verde Border Humanitarian Coalition provides food, supplies, and transportation to newly arrived refugees who have gotten through border patrol.
Black Immigrants Bail Fund is a collaborative effort from the Haitian Bridge Alliance and the Detroit-based African Bureau for Immigration and Social Affairs whose ultimate goal is to end the mass incarceration of Black immigrants.
Detention Watch Network is a national coalition whose goal is to abolish immigration detention in the United States. It recently hosted a national day of action to stop the deportations and continues to organize for the rights of immigrants.
World Central Kitchen is an international organization that goes wherever there are hungry people to feed. It’s currently on the ground in Del Rio, feeding hot meals and fresh fruit to Haitian asylum seekers.
Class Act Radio 33 "Can Lying To Your Partner Ever Be Justified"
A Tik Toker recently went viral after revealing she and her boyfriend have been living in an apartment together for a year, which he pays the rent and major finances. What he doesnt know is that girlfriend and Tik Tok user @jaynedoee0 is the owner of the building and all the rent money he pays goes directly to her! Her boyfriend does not know this and continues ot pay the rent. Some people have applauded her for the move while others have criticized her for lying and using her boyfriend for his money.
As people are divided on this I name 8 ways how lying to your partner can end you relationship.
The first hour features music from Aaliyah, Blxt, Chris Brown, Beyonce, Amerie and more!
The second hour feautures Beenie Man, Mr.Vegas, Lady Saw, MAchel Montano, Nadia Batson. Kerwin DuBois and more!
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Class Act Radio 32 "BossCee"
BossCee pulls up to Class Act Radio to talk new music, navigating the pandemic as a music artist, and provide commentary on Kanye West's Donda and Drake's Certified Loverboy. Originally from Brooklyn,NY BossCee says her sound is inspired by artists like Foxy Brown and Pop Smoke. BossCee says when you listen to her music it's going to make you want to go to your Ops crib and beat the s*** out of them. Go to your baby father or baby mother house and just slap the s*** out of them just because.
Follow BossCee on Instagram @ _bosscee
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Class Act Radio 31 "Why Do We Hurt The People We Love Most"
To be a better person we have to look within. Some times we hurt people close to us and do not take our fair share of responsibility when things end bad. On this episode of Class Act Radio, I talk about some of the ways we hurt people close to us. Whether its hurting them before they hurt us, self sabotage, or simply because they are around us the most, its important to talk about what we can do to keep and maintain the relationships important to us.
Talk segment starts at 26:42
First hour of Class Act Radio features R&B, Hip Hop, and Afro beats.
The second hour of Class Act Radio features Reggae, Soca, and Dancehall