When you hear the term, "Black Woman" - what comes to mind? Sapphire? Superwoman with no emotion? Career climber with no need for a man? Welfare Mom? These are all ways that African American women have been stereotyped. Now, Black women define themselves in a national survey done by the Washington Post and the Kaiser Family Foundation. Find out what African American women think about career, relationships,personal finances, religion, discrimination and who they are. We'll talk about the survey with Washington Post Reporter Krissah Thompson, and get reaction and perspective from Black women in Hampton Roads, including NSU Associate Professor of Social Work, Dr. Colita Nicholas Fairfax; Ms. Denise Goode, who works for the federal government; Development Consultant and Relationship Coach, Ms. Alvean Lyons; and Miss United States, 2011, Ms. Ashley Smith. Plus, we'll talk with some of the Tuskegee Airmen about their reaction to the movie, Red Tails. It's all on Another View, Friday, January 27 at NOON on 89.5 WHRV-FM, or stream us at whrv.org.