Where are the Marcus Garvey’s of today?
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By oshi427ade — 11 months ago
JUST BREAK THE DAMN LOCK!!!
YOU CAN DO IT!!!
Host Dr. William Rogers and guest Ms. Jamie LaShae
Yes brothers and sisters there are steps that you can and we can take to break the lock on the minds of African people in America. In the words of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey put to music by the great Bob Marley, “emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none can do it but ourselves.
The Black Reality Think Tank group which consist of program organizers, listeners and contributors have reached an agreement on how we can make it happen. On tonight’s program we will reveal the plan and provide an example of how it can be done.
Program airs live at 8pm eastern time on Tuesday 5/15/18.
Studio Line: 215-490-9832
Listen live Online and streaming podcast at:
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By oshi427ade — 5 months ago
The Black Reality Think Tank is honored to have as our guest conversationalist on this week’s broadcast, Mr. Gene Peters.
Mr. Peters is a Historian, Educator, Educational Consultant, and noted Heritage Collector. His private collection is called “THE GENE ALEXANDER PETERS COLLECTION OF RARE & HISTORIC AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTIFACTS.” He is also President of The Schomburg Corporation (the officially chartered, independent advisory affiliate to the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture) headquartered in Harem, NY.
Mr. Peters was recently invited to curate and feature a custom: “SLAVERY IN NEW YORK CITY: The African Burial Ground Tribute Exhibit” for the National Black Theater in Harlem, NY!!
The production entitle “UNHEARD VOICES,” conceived, developed, and produced by 4x Emmy award winning writer & playwright JUDY TATE, is a powerful, original, monologue play in which featured actors “Give Voice” to the 419 unnamed African and African American men, women, and children who are buried in the “rediscovered” colonial era burial ground in NYC, originally named, ‘Negroes Burying Ground’ or ‘Negroes Burial Ground’ (@1690 – 1794).Post Views: 107