Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST

Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST

Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST

Weekly Topic  

Discussion about a specific weekly topic with guests.  

Food For Thought

The Food For Thought Segment will include positive thoughts and tidbits for listeners to use as motivational and inspirational guides as they continue on their journey to reach higher ground.

The In The News Segment will focus on noteworthy issues in the news and will include a brief discussion on the issue.

In The News

Unsung Leaders/Change Agents Recommendation Form 

Recommend an Unsung Leader/Change Agent for recognition by completing the form below.


Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST

Complexity Talk Radio  - Complexity Live

We do more than simply talk about issues, we develop solutions.

The  “Unsung Leaders and Change Agents”  Segment applauds and gives recognition to the many unsung leaders and/or change agents, etc. who represent the change needed in the world.  Unsung Leaders and Change Agents are those who work within businesses, communities, organizations, and individually to help make a difference in the lives of people of color. However, the world may not be aware of their work, accomplishments and passion to bring about change. The work of Unsung Leaders and Change Agents includes but is not limited to:

  • Race relations
  • Business opportunities
  • Colorism
  • Community organizing
  • Diversity and multiculturalism
  • Economic wealth
  • Education
  • Equality
  • Girls/Women of Color
  • Boys/Men of Color
  • Health
  • Higher ground
  • Racial unity
  • Social justice
  • Unity
  • Volunteering
  • Youth

 This new and exciting segment will air on the
third Wednesday of each month with each Unsung Leader and/or Change Agent appearing as a guest (when possible) to share their story.   Each Unsung Leader/Change Agent will share their focus, work and contributions to society as they relate to people of color.

To recommend an Unsung Leader and/or Change Agent, please complete the Recommendation Form  on the right side of the page.

We must celebrate, give recognition and support members of society who represent the change needed in this world!

Be a part of the change that is needed!

Complexity Live  

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The needed dialogue about race and color!

About Complexity Live

Complexity Live airs each Wednesday at 8:00 pm EST and is hosted by Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth.  Complexity Live features guests and live discussions (that are never sugar-coated) focusing on complex issues in society including colorism, racism, race relations, defying negative stereotypes, breaking down race and color barriers,  issues affecting girls and women of color and people of color, racial unity,  mixed race identity, social inequality, diversity, education, cultural concerns, socioeconomic issues, personal enrichment, moving forward, positive thought processes,  among other complex issues and societal ills.  Dr. Culbreth ends each show with a possible solution for  the issue(s) realistically.   

"The problem of the twenty-first century is still the problem of the color line ."   (Culbreth,  2006)


Real talk in real time about real issues with real solutions!

Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST

Monthly Segment

Wednesday at 8:00 p.m. EST

Talk radio discussing complex  issues  in society and issues affecting people of color, straight to the point with no chaser because one size does not fit all!

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No portion of any content (including, discussions, content, ideas, etc.  from Complexity Talk Radio's episodes may be used in any form without written permission from Complexity Talk Radio, Inc. 

Race Review    

The Race Review Segment includes discussions about race relations including racial unity and  moving forward in society. 

Poetry In Motion  

Dr. Culbreth is known for ending each segment with a poem. Well, get ready for an inspirational poem relative to the weekly show topic.  Each poem will enlighten, encourage and empower you.

Listeners may also submit poems for Dr. Culbreth to read live during each show.  Submissions may be sent to 

"For the problem of the twentieth  century is the problem of the color line."    (DuBois,  1903)