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Washington, DC "Watch Party" hosted by Global Policy Solutions, LLC

2007-07-24T08:38:44.436-07:00

What: Watch Party When: 10p.m. EST, July 25, 2007 Where: 1830 11th Street, NW, Suite 1 Washington, DC 20001


Global Policy Solutions, LLC
1830 11th Street, NW
Suite 1
Washington, DC 20001
202-265-5111



NAACP Youth Council, Prince George's County Maryland Branch - HGM Watch Party - Bowie, Maryland

2007-07-24T08:36:53.642-07:00

Who: NAACP Youth Council, Prince George's County Maryland Branch

What: "Hot Ghetto Mess" Viewing Party

When: Wednesday, July 25, 2007, 9:00 p.m.

Where: Bowie, Maryland

Contact: Youth Council Advisor Sara Dawson at 301-502-5642 or Robin
Williams at 202-256-5254



Hot Ghetto Mess is scheduled to premiere on BET on Wednesday, July 25,
2007

Although it has not yet aired, the Charlie Murphy/Reggie Hudlin
(Friday) project has generated lots of media notice and opinion.



The title - Hot Ghetto Mess - arouses negative emotions. The
comments about the show on BET*s own website are overwhelmingly
negative. The website of the same name shows photos of young children
in situations that experts believe border on child abuse * such as
children with guns and beer cans in their mouths. BET says that the
television show is not a carbon copy of the website.



We want you to evaluate the show. We will send our responses of the
show to Debra Lee, President of BET. If the show has no redeeming
social value, sponsors will be notified.

Space is limited. Contact: Youth Council Advisor Sara Dawson at
301-502-5642 or Robin Williams at 202-256-5254



National Congress of Black Women, Inc Host Hot Ghetto Mess Watch Parties( Multiple Cities)

2007-07-24T08:35:34.416-07:00

National Congress of Black Women, Inc. will host watch parties in the cities
isted below. Space is limited so please RSVP. Contact Marvelle at 202.678.6788 (office). E-mail to grandma at hotmail dot com.

Philadelphia
Baltimore
Detroit
Oakland County, Michigan



DENTON,TX Watch Party, Hosted by Fran and Ciara at TWU

2007-07-22T14:05:27.641-07:00

Fran and Ciara are throwing a watch party at TWU.

If you attend TWU or North Texas State, you can find out more about the time and the location by contacting them.

fran
OMOHETHERU at aol dot com

ciara
ProEuphemist at aol dot com



National Congress of Black Women Watch Party, Wachington DC

2007-07-20T08:41:18.657-07:00

NCBW MEMBERSHIP ADVISORY

WHO: National Congress of Black Women, Inc.

WHAT: “Hot Ghetto Mess” Viewing Party

(Viewing parties are being held across the nation in cooperation with

What About Our Daughters.)

WHEN: Wednesday, July 25, 2007, 9:00 p.m.

WHERE: Southwest Washington, D.C. (TBA—NCBW Members Only)

WHY: Hot Ghetto Mess is slated to premiere on BET on Wednesday, July 25, 2007

    Although it has not yet aired, the program has generated lots of media notice and opinion.

    For many, the very title - Hot Ghetto Mess - arouses negative emotions. The comments about the show on BET’s own website are overwhelmingly negative. The website of the same name shows photos of young children in situations that experts believe border on child abuse – such as children with guns and beer cans in their mouths. BET says that the television show is not a carbon copy of the website.

We want our members to evaluate the show. If the show has no redeeming social value, sponsors will hear from us.

Space is limited. For more information, or to RSVP, call NCBW at 202/678-6788.



Atlanta Watch Party, Hosted by Rainbow PUSH

2007-07-20T07:54:19.928-07:00

ADVISORY WHO: Rainbow PUSH Coalition What: “Hot Ghetto Mess” Viewing Party Viewing parties are being held across the nation in cooperation with What About Our Daughters. When: Wednesday, July 25, 2007, 9:00 p.m. Where: Billiards Room, Fox Sports Grill Atlantic Station Corner of 19th and Market Streets, Atlanta Why: Hot Ghetto Mess is slated to premiere on BET on Wednesday, July 25, 2007 Although it has not yet aired, the Charlie Murphy/Reggie Hudlin (Friday) project has generated lots of media notice and opinion. For many, the very title - Hot Ghetto Mess - arouses negative emotions. The comments about the show on BET’s own website are overwhelmingly negative. The website of the same name shows photos of young children in situations that experts believe border on child abuse – such as children with guns and beer cans in their mouths. BET says that the television show is not a carbon copy of the website. We want Atlanta to help Rainbow PUSH evaluate the show. If it is merely funny, we’ll send roses to Debra Lee, President of BET. If the show has no redeeming social value, sponsors will be notified. Space is limited. For more information, or to RSVP, call Tina Jones at 404 525 5663.[...]



Press Release - Bishop Carolyn Tyler Guiidry, chair of the Social Action Commission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

2007-07-19T22:25:29.054-07:00

jdupontw@aol.com - email ame-church.com – website

July 19, 2007 For Immediate Release: Contact Chair – Bishop Carolyn Tyler Guidry (213) 574-4332

SAC Officer - Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker 213/ 494-9493

NO MORE INSULTS MASKED AS ENTERTAINMENT

(Los Angeles) The continuing releases of degrading and inappropriate television shows, movies, music, and videos that are masked as entertainment are being unveiled by various groups, and today we thank Gina McCauley of What About Our Daughters for bringing “Hot Ghetto Mess” to our attention, says Bishop Carolyn Tyler Guiidry, chair of the Social Action Commission of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.

This show slated to premier on July 25, 2007 has aired promos that depict women of African descent in an extremely negative light and undercuts decades of efforts to de-program the citizens of the world and eliminate the negative imaging from the slavery era through the early 1950s. The caveats or disclaimers that these portrayals are “not the norm” or that they are “designed to entertain” are inexcusable and unacceptable. Our young women are correct – they deserve respect!

Today we urge BET and VIACOM to re-consider this release; take it back to the drawing board and find more appropriate humor imaging. We urge corporate sponsors to send a resounding message that their firms will not be associated with this irresponsible programming by withdrawing sponsorship. We urge all people of conscience to contact the producer and any associates of this show to express your displeasure and urge them to “stop” until all stakeholders can be heard. We urge every young person to create an eblast to spread the word.

The time to act is now – No more insults!



Media Inquiries -

2007-08-03T05:02:34.857-07:00



Hi! I'm Gina McCauley, the creator of the What About Our Daughters? blog.

If you are interested in an interview, you should e-mail WhatAboutOurDaughters at gmail dot com. Please indicate your deadline. and PLEASE read the inaugural post of the blog from April 18, 2007 it is in the archives in the side bar at the bottom of the page. Please also at least scroll through the archives for the month of July as they will address MANY of the questions you have.



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2007-07-16T14:50:41.456-07:00

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