This Week’s Fair Game Topic: Double Standards

Ladies and gents! Let’s talk Double Standards. As much as we want men and women to be equal, we have to acknowledge that sometimes we just are not. Double standards go both ways, sometimes in the woman’s favor and sometimes in the man’s favor.

Pinterest Image - Double StandardsThis week on Fair Game, VickyRo, Pierrea Javon and NellyP explore all the crazy double standards among men and women.

There is the infamous double standard, when a man with a lot of ladies is a “player” and seen as a cool guy, and on the flip side a woman with various men is umm… viewed as not so cool. Can double standards ever shift? What double standards do we see shifting right now in 2015? What double standard do you wish would just disappear? If you’re a woman or a man and there is a double standard that you’re glad exists, let us know!
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Listen this Friday from 6pm to 7pm directly from our home page or join us in the chat room at and tell us what you think about the topic.

“Life may not always be fair, but we are.”
VickyRo, Pierrea Javon and NellyP

This Week’s Fair Game Topic: Role Models

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Celebrities are everywhere you look these days! You can find them on the cover of a magazine, all over the Internet and even on your personal social media accounts. Does the over exposure of celebrities make us feel like we know them personally? Do we admire them so much that we want to be like them? Are these images even something to aspire to? More importantly, is it assumed that when you are a celebrity, being a role model comes with the territory?

This week on Fair Game, VickyRo, Pierrea Javon and NellyP explore the topic of celebrities being role models.

When you decide to own being a role model it can become a huge responsibility. It opens up your actions and choices to extreme criticism by random outsiders. So who really is a good role model? Who is really ready to take that on? Can anything be done to separate the two? And let’s not forget to acknowledge that some people still have role models that they personally know.
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Listen this Friday from 6pm to 7pm directly from our home page or join us in the chat room at and tell us your take on the topic.

“Life may not always be fair, but we are.”

Burger Records In The House

Charlotte Community Radio Wall DecalWell, good people. We’re LIVE on Monday through Friday from 12pm – 5pm with THE Kyle Jason SHOW followed by Voices From The Community with Bridget B..

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Today, we’re helping out at the Burger Records Revolution Show as presented by Michelle Kirk and Elijah von Cramon. For ticketing information and details surrounding the line-up, head over to SEEDS/ blog site. Keep an eye on the Charlotte Community Radio Tweets, Facebook and Instagram posts for references to the music we’ll be playing today and interviews throughout the day.

Want To Get Involved?

Here’s your chance to get in on the ground floor as a volunteer who will help us shape, launch and manage the Charlotte Community Radio Station. Volunteers meet twice monthly to work on our non-profit policy making, funding efforts, community outreach activity, programming, online streaming, and much more. If you’re ready to get started, complete the Volunteer Form & Questionnaire or contact us with questions.

Get On Air!
Anyone wanting to get on air with Charlotte Community Radio should complete our CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS form. Within 72 hours, we will contact you with a request for a face-to-face or phone interview. After the interview, we will invite you to attend one of our Orientation Sessions. Training, show approval and time slot assignment will be part of the next steps and will be discussed in greater detail.

Charlotte Community Radio is a 501c3 non-profit organization run by volunteers. All volunteers, hosts, DJs, and/or producers will be classified as “Volunteer Members” and all volunteers must commit to 40 hours of time (not consecutive) in other areas while demonstrating their commitment to our internet-based radio station efforts.

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Pricing information coming soon.

We’re a 501c3 non-profit organization that runs on community support, grants, and sweat equity so Join Us! Let’s Build It Together!

Our First Volunteer Orientation

Jan 31Charlotte Community Radio will host Our First Volunteer Orientation on Saturday, January 31st from 10am – 12pm. This session will introduce our current group of volunteers and on air hosts to our operating space in NoDa and our policies and procedures, while providing ample time for everyone to get scheduled for both volunteer duties and pre-show training sessions.

If you would like to get involved with our volunteer-run, community-supported, internet-based radio station, fill out our Volunteer Form & Questionnaire and/or the Call For Submissions Form. Our next orientation session will be announced on February 2nd.

Join Us! Let’s Build It Together!