About Bobbi Booker…

Bobbi Booker is a Philadelphia-based journalist, radio personality and blogger. Ms. Booker recently completed a fellowship in the 2005 National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Arts Journalism Institute in Classical Music and Opera at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications and websites, including Smooth magazine, Philadelphia Weekly, UBO.net and online at The Book Report. She is also a special projects consultant for music, media and literary events. Ms. Booker is a staff writer for the Philadephia Tribune covering lifestyle, leisure and literature and currently co-hosts “Ovations” on NPR affiliate, WRTI-Fm 90.1 Philadelphia.

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3 Replies to “About Bobbi Booker…”

  1. I watched the Lynn Doyle show about the influence of Oprah Winfrey and I was taken back by your comments. I believe that African Americans shouldn’t give fellow African Americans a pass on their conduct or record just because they are black and we don’t want to put a brother or sister down. Giving blacks a pass on their skin color is how we arrived at Clarence Thomas, Colin Powell and Condeleeza Rice. I am a true Oprah fan and I know she has faults like every human being on this earth, but I haven’t been able to find any nor am I looking for individual faults. I am interested in public actions and commitment and truthfulness.

    How could Oprah use television cameras and lighting to trick to the public into thinking she was thinner than what she really is? Oprah needs to bottle that trick and sell it to celebrities and public and make ten times more wealth that she alread has. I could not take in your anti negative comments about Oprah because the venom from your dislike and distrust was so distasteful and unworthy of the intelligence that you appear to possess.

    and Some of your comments

  2. i know every thing is cool with you,freddy you ante nuthing if you dont know freddy sutton.i started that.i miss my pal he always had my back

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