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TASS Full Show | Stripper’s Bill Of Rights, LSU Tigers vs Racism, Tyrese Calls Out Joe Biden, and MORE

podcast April 2, 2024


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On the eve of their Sweet 16 matchup, a Los Angeles Times article by Ben Bolch (Bowl-ch) labeled the UCLA Bruins as “America’s Sweethearts” and the LSU Tigers as “Basketball Villains and Dirty Debutantes.” In other news, Governor Jay Inslee signed Washington State’s “Strippers’ Bill of Rights” into law, aiming to provide comprehensive workplace protections for adult dancers. Meanwhile, in Tennessee, Governor Bill Lee signed a law that removes police reforms implemented by the city of Memphis after Tyre Nichols’ murder, including lifting a ban on stops for minor offenses like having a broken taillight.

 

Additionally, Israel’s largest protest since the start of the war with Hamas saw demonstrators calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and new elections. And if you have AT&T, you may want to check your credit report, as a recent data breach affected more than 70 million current and former customers. Stay tuned to the Amanda Seales Show for more Blackurate news updates and discussions on current events.

 

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FOLLOW ALONG AS WE COVER:  

(3:06) – Blackurate News: Governor Jay Inslee signed Washington State’s “Strippers’ Bill of Rights” into law, aiming to provide comprehensive workplace protections for adult dancers.

 

(7:34) – Black Around the World:  A bill that would stop discrimination against people based on their hair texture, color and style is advancing in France

 

(11:24) – 60 Sec Headlines 

Story 1 – Israelis took to the streets this weekend in the largest protest since the start of the war with Hamas.

 

Story 2: In Tennessee, Governor Bill Lee signed a law that removes police reforms implemented by the City of Memphis after Tyre Nichols’ murder.

 

Story 3:  If you have AT&T you may want to take a good look at your credit report after a recent data breach affected more than 70 million current and former customers.

 

Story 4: This week, New York lawmakers could pass a law decriminalizing adultery.

 

(14:30) – Callers on the Phoneline

 

(17:25) – We Up, We Up, We Up!

 

Happy Birthday!

 

Quavo

 

R.L. 

 

Devale Ellis 

 

Posthumously

 

Rodney King

 

Traci Braxton

 

(20:13) – Blackurate News: Earlier in the show we told you how New York lawmakers are planning to reverse a law that made adultery illegal in the state.

 

(25:20) – More Blackurate News: Christopher Dorsey, also known as BG from the Hot Boyz, faced a potential return to prison for allegedly violating the terms of his supervised release.

 

(30:02) – Big Up, Let Down  

 

Big Up – Goes to Ernie Hudson’s genes

 

Let Down – Goes to Tyrese’s phone carrier for giving this man more data.

 

(35:01) – We hear from callers

 

(37:04) – On This Day (Date): In 1984, John Thompson made history as the first black head coach to win an NCAA championship.

 

(38:37) – Blackurate News: On the eve of their Sweet 16 matchup, a Los Angeles Times article by Ben Bolch (Bowl-ch) labeled the UCLA Bruins as “America’s Sweethearts” and the LSU Tigers as “Basketball Villains and “Dirty Debutantes.”

 

(42:37) – How Black Do You Feel

 

(45:20) – And Another Thing

 

(46:35) –  The Word of the Day…

 

(48:45) – Politicians Say the Darndest Things

 

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