While humorous, sarcastic and sometimes harsh, Dominique the Dame brings to the forefront America’s contemporary views on race, sex, drugs, religion and technology through her listeners who call into her show “Real Talk.” The radio program takes on a greater meaning when Dame mobilizes her listeners in a race against time to save the life of a pregnant teenager.
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