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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C.) the Host of REVIVE!!! 8/30/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

Wednesday Edition”

#TrendingTopics #CurrentEvents

#REVIVETEAM

This episode on REVIVE is entitled Wednesday Edition of #REVIVE. We’ll be discussing trending topics, current events, and more! You don’t want to miss this conversation, join in on the fun!

GUEST:

Suzann Christine: Suzann Christine is classy, creativity, and raw talent. She was the 2012 Philly Hip Hop Award winner for “Best Female R&B Artist“. She offers her fans and followers fun yet relatable R&B/Soul/Pop music. This singer/songwriter has won the hearts and ears of thousands within her hometown of Philadelphia and throughout the country. Suzann Christine prides herself on having an “outside of the box” mentality when it comes to music and creativity, but still focusing on positivity and giving back to the community.

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WEDNESDAY 8 PM-10 PM!!!  

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C.) the Host of REVIVE!!! 8/23/2017

 

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

Brand Like A Boss

#SocialMedia #Marketing

#Business

This episode on REVIVE is entitled “Brand like a Boss” we will discuss how to monetize your social media, different ways to market yourself and your business, and more!

GUEST:

Ashley Williams: Ashebrand is the result of when business and design combine forces to become one. Ashely and Brandon two siblings have been working hard to become a figure in their communities and attain their dreams in the jobs they work in. Ashely has been in the communications field for a long time, getting her degree in communications and her previous experience working in various radio stations, it only made sense for her to push towards a career in PR,Branding and Marketing . Ashely has a vision to turn Philadelphia into a huge market of entrepreneurs that she will lead. Likewise, Brandon has been dealing in graphic design since high school and has a wealth of experience working with small businesses. The two eventually formed a team together in order to help small businesses get off the ground as soon as possible with the help from a growing business who understands your troubles and decisions that must be made in order to reach the level of success you want to reach.

Nadiyah Young: Nadiyah Young is the founder and CEO of Forever Young Scholars (FYS). Forever Young Scholars is a youth development organization focusing on empowering, engaging, and providing our youth with meaningful mentorship, quality education, and resources needed to succeed.

D’Narius Lewis: D’Narius Lewis is a motivational speaker, speaking coach and author, real estate investor. D’Narius’ straight-from-the-heart, high-energy, passionate message motivates and engages all audiences to step into their greatness, providing them with the motivation to take the next step toward living their dream. D’Narius Lewis rose from homelessness to social media influencer; from community activist to community leader. D’Narius is also the author of two successful books, “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” and “The Criminals Of A Personality”.

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C.) the Host of REVIVE!!! 8/16/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

“Statement of the GAME!”

#ProfessionalAthletes

#NFL #NBA #NCAA

It would be amazing to hear your perspective. So please call in we want to hear what you guys out there have to say always. Once again this show is for the people. We here at REVIVE thrive off of communication. So call us at (215)490-9832. This episode of REVIVE will be an open forum so all perspectives can be heard through great conversation.

This episode on REVIVE is entitled “Statement of the GAME!” We’re going to be talking about everything in the sports industry including going from college to pro, the influence of professional athletes, and the NFL and NBA!

GUEST:

Rob Parks: Rob Parks is a Sports Journalist who covers both the NBA and NFL. He is from the Cleveland, Ohio area but currently resides in Miami and Washington D.C. . Rob Parks is a very passionate Sports Journalist who provides an unique perspective!

Troy Wilmore: Troy Wilmore  is a veteran radio talk show producer, host and remote engineer for 25 years. Troy has worked with the legends of Philadelphia, Cody Anderson, Georgie Woods, and many more. Troy is currently the senior producer of Reality Check hosted by Charles Ellison 4-7p Mon-Thursday on WURD radio 900am and 96.1 FM in Philadelphia.

 

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C.) the Host of REVIVE!!! 8/13/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

“SUNDAY EDITION “

#TrendingTopics

#CurrentEvents

#REVIVE

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This episode on REVIVE is entitled the “SUNDAY EDITION” on #REVIVE we’ll be discussing trending topics, current events, and more! You don’t want to miss this conversation, join in on the fun!

GUEST:

Black Gold Project: Black Gold Project is a non-profit organization that creates programs and events to cultivate unity, empowerment, and positive activity within the Urban community. Black Gold Project liberates the mindsets of descendants within the African Diaspora, and teaches one another the value in everything curated by the community.

Omar Tyree: Omar Tyree is a New York Times bestselling author, the winner of the 2001 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work—Fiction, and the 2006 Phillis Wheatley Literary Award for Body of Work in Urban Fiction. He has published more than twenty books on African-American people and culture, including five New York Times bestselling novels. He is a popular national speaker, and a strong advocate of urban literacy. Born and raised in Philadelphia, he currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Margot Sandy: Margo Sandy is a Product Development Engineer, Amazon Bestselling Author, Owner of In The Now, LLC (an engineering consulting firm) and Co-Founder of 828 Movement, LLC. Margo and her friend developed this 828 Bracelet to honor the important historical events that happened on August 28th. It honors the lives lost along the way in the continued fight for equality and a hope for the future. With this 828 Bracelet that was just launched 15% of the Net Profits will go to Urban Area schools across the US. Their first donation will be in Birmingham, Alabama on August 28th. They have opened up their site for Pre-Orders and the product will in your hands in October!

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C) the Host of REVIVE!!! 8/09/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

Reclaim Your Property”

“Its time we Buy Back the Block”

#RealEstate

#Community

#TabM0neyHabits

It would be amazing to hear your perspective. So please call in we want to hear what you guys out there have to say always. Once again this show is for the people. We here at REVIVE thrive off of communication. So call us at (215)490-9832. This episode of REVIVE will be an open forum so all perspectives can be heard through great conversation.

This episode on REVIVE is entitled “Reclaim Your Property, Its time we Buy Back the Block.” We will be focusing on how we can buy back our communities, how we can maximize on the properties in our communities and more! We need you to be apart of the discussion!

GUEST:

Anthony A.Lee: Anthony Lee has been a full-time Real Estate Professional and Licensed PA agent since 2013. Lee’s area of expertise is Residential Properties. Providing the highest level of integrity and personalized service are the keys to Anthony Lee’s success. He utilizes the latest technologies, market research and business strategies, along with his drive, persistence, creativity and knowledge to exceed the expectations of his clients. Lee’s real estate passion serves to invest his expertise and experience in his community, and for this reason he has sought to expand his resources and network by joining West Philadelphia Real Estate (WPRE) in June of 2016.

Kerry Andrade: Kerry Andrade is the CEO of Hip Hop Real Estate, a multi faceted organization with professional real estate and media services. Hip Hop Real Estate is the product of Mr. Andrade’s lifelong passion as an advocate for youth and young adults. HHRE GROUP ORG is a Boston-based non-profit 501(c)(3) youth development organization established in 2010. With the help of a number of organizations, community leaders, business owners and individuals HHRE GROUP ORG offers its participants a variety of program services and activities including academic tutoring, team building, networking, public speaking, broadcast & print journalism, film & video production/editing and more.

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If you truly knew what the N-word meant to our ancestors, you’d NEVER use it. It was used and still can be used to make us hate ourselves

@BrandoStarkey

 

 

A few years ago, I read slave narratives to explore the lives of black agricultural workers after the end of the Civil War. The narratives came from the Federal Writers Project of the Works Progress Administration, a program that employed researchers from 1936 to 1938 to interview former enslaved people, producing more than 2,300 narratives that, thankfully, reside online and are fully searchable.

Those whom the law defined as property recounted various unique human experiences — their daily horrors and monotonies, how they freed themselves or learned of their emancipation, the surge of exhilaration upon securing freedom, and how they endured life on the edges of a white supremacist society in the decades thereafter.

As I pored over the narratives, I was struck less by their experiences, as heartrending as they were, than by how their experiences sculpted their self-perceptions. The best explanation of what I gleaned, what social scientists called internalized oppression, describes the psychological trauma that ensues when a person from a stigmatized group believes those negative stigmas.

White folk indoctrinated them into accepting their supposed inferiority. These narratives illustrate the success of this campaign of mental terrorism, and no word conveyed the depth of this internalized oppression more than “nigger.” Now, whenever I hear the epithet, a visual and emotional representation of the heinous process by which a people — my people — were induced to think they were less than trespasses into my thoughts. After years of habitual use of “nigger,” I banished it from my speech to honor the humanity that many never saw in themselves.


The internalized oppression revealed itself in various ways. Sometimes the former enslaved people clearly, perhaps subconsciously, considered themselves subhuman, just like how their former owners regarded them. Jim Allen, for example, dubbed himself his master’s “pet nigger boy” and a “stray” and thought himself privileged because he could sleep on the floor beside his master’s bed. That he likened himself to a fortunate mangy mutt or frisky feline crushed me. The word laid bare a worldview that held black folk as a lower order of being, as when Irene Robertson claimed her former master Mr. Sanders was mean, in part, because “he beat his wife like he beat a nigger woman.”

“Nigger” also signaled antipathy toward fellow black folk. After the end of slavery, Mattie Mooreman went north to Wisconsin with a white family for whom she worked. Members of the family wanted her to go to the circus to watch a black boy’s performance. She told her interviewer, “Guess they thought it would be a treat to me to see another niggah. I told ’em, ‘Law, don’t you think I see lots, lots more than I wants, every day when I is at home?’ ” But read how she talks about the family’s baby, whom she constantly watched over, fearing, irrationally, someone would kidnap him: “No matter what time they come home they’d find me there. ‘Why don’t you go in your bedroom and lie down?’ they’d ask me. ‘No,’ I’d tell ’em, ‘somebody might come in, and they would have to get that baby over my dead body.” Her eyes fixated on the white baby, but she saw too many niggers.

A barrage of dispiriting uses of the word bloodied me as I combed through the narratives. “The Ku Klux kept the niggers scared.” “The Ku Klux did a whole lot to keep the niggers away from the polls. …” Slaves owned by “nice” masters are repeatedly called “free niggers.” “Niggers ain’t got no sense. Put ’em in authority and they gits so uppity.” “I’se just a poor old nigger waitin’ for Jesus to come and take me to heaven.” Slave traders are called “nigger traders.” Defiant enslaved people required the service of a “niggerbreaker.” “Nigger dogs” aided the recapture of those who escaped.

Perhaps more depressing, ironically, was that circumstances sometimes led them to opt against calling a black person a nigger. William Porter stated that “some of the Tennessee niggers was called free niggers. There was a colored man in Pulaski, Tennessee, who owned slaves.” A black man who kept others in bondage — he’s a “colored man,” yet those who were owned were “niggers.” I instantly thought of a moment from the O.J.: Made in America documentary when a white woman who saw black people talking to Simpson uttered, “Look at those niggers sitting with O.J.” Simpson delights in hearing this because she “knew I wasn’t black. She saw me as O.J.” Porter’s outlook matched that of both the racist white woman and the unspeakably racially deranged O.J.

Since reading those narratives, I’ve noticed this mindset when perusing the remarks of freed people in other contexts. For example, before the trial of Rufus Martin, a black man who stood accused of the 1903 murder of Charles Swackhammer, a woman whom the Fort Worth Star-Telegram referred to as an “old negress who occupied a front seat in the court room” bellowed:

It’s the white people that is to blame. They know that they got to make niggahs work or they ain’t no good and they know as long as they ‘low niggah men to loaf aroun’ low down saloons they ain’t goin’ to work. This man come from a good niggah fam’ly — one of the best I knows of, but the p’lice ‘lowed him to loaf aroun’ without workin’, and to drink and gamble, till he just got to be no good and thought he didn’t have to work. The p’lice ought to raid them low down niggah saloons every day and every night till they make every blessed one of the niggah toughs go to work or else send ’em all to the county road. Them saloons is what makes bad niggahs and the white folks is to blame for it, ’cause they let ’em run.

That Martin sported a reddish mustache, light hair and skin so bright he could pass for white almost certainly colored her perception that Martin came from a “good niggah fam’ly.”

Black folk rescued the word from the smoldering debris of a virulently racist land, reclaimed it and renovated the slur into a celebration of black comradery — defenders of contemporary usage of “nigger” repeat this. When this tale collides with reality, however, it shatters as a misreading of history — the current use of the word is owed less to white folk calling black folk “nigger” and more to black folk who thought they were niggers and said so. Black people have hurled the infamous word for nearly as long as white folk have. It exists within black speech now because it existed within black speech then. The uncomfortable truth must be confronted: Absent the internalized oppression of those who called white men and women their masters, “nigger” would probably not be a part of black folk’s lexicon. We black folk are reclaiming it not from bigoted white folk but from our ancestors, who, sadly, deemed their blackness a badge of inferiority.

I seek not to usher the word to the gallows. I harbor no aims to kill it. I can still bump a Young Thug track or chortle at a Dave Chappelle routine. “Nigger” does not bar my enjoyment of popular culture. My soul, though, winces whenever I hear it. The decision for black people to include it in their vocabulary, nonetheless, remains personal, and I reject the criticism of black folk who continue to wield it.

I write only to summon the words of former enslaved people from beyond the grave to express that “nigger” is haunted by the ghosts of hate and the more spiritually chilling ghosts of self-hate.

Brando Simeo Starkey is an associate editor at The Undefeated and the author of In Defense of Uncle Tom: Why Blacks Must Police Racial Loyalty. He crawled through a river of books and came out brilliant on the other side.

 

https://theundefeated.com/features/if-you-truly-knew-what-the-n-word-meant-to-our-ancestors-youd-never-use-it/

“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C) the Host of REVIVE!!! 8/02/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

“Relationships 101”

#TrueLove #BlackLove

#Relationships

#YoungLove

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This episode on REVIVE is entitled “Relationships 101” as we discuss lust versus love, dating, true love, situationships, and more! We need you to be apart of the discussion! Does TRUE LOVE really exist?!

GUEST:

BLAC LOVE MATTERS: What happens when a young educated (…and sometimes ratchet) black couple moves from Detroit to white ass New England in search of a better life? Well, we about to tell you…The Black Love Matters Podcast have hilarious and raw conversations about love while being black.  From finding your inner Barack and Michelle (or Jay-z and Beyonce) to your spouse eating the last of the ice cream to building a better life without losing your roots, Niram and Niambi tackle all these matters and more.

Tyrone Blassingame: Tyrone Blassingame has been studying acting for five years. Besides studying under some great acting coaches, some of his work includes a episode of “How To Get Away with Murder” produced by Shonda Rhimes. Tyrone likes being on camera but loves being behind the Camera even more. After writing his first project “Peyton’s Court” he never looked back. After that came Short film/ Poem Visual who he teamed up with partner Ja’Nell Hall-Ragin titled “Hand Up, Don’t Shoot”. Which address the issue of Police Brutality. Now Tyrone Dropping Newest project a Web-Series Called “The Break-UP”. This Romantic Comedy is full of laughs and real situations that Tyrone believe the people will relate to.

Julie Wadley: Julie Wadley is a certified life and relationship coach and the owner Eli Simone, LLC, a boutique matchmaking and coaching firm for Bold, Brilliant, Beautiful, Black Women. Trained at both the Matchmaking Institute and Relationship Coaching Institute, Julie has learned that the ability to love and be loved is one of the strongest forces of nature, yet one of most overlooked and underrated life goals. Infusing her no-nonsense, cut to the chase personality, she challenges successful professionals to get back to basics on building a fulfilling life. Her mission is to empower individuals to find and keep love by assessing individual goals and customizing strategies to achieve them. Her goal is to bring out the best in people so they can bring out the best in others. Julie has been a featured relationship expert on NBC, CBS, FOX, The CW, Ballantyne Magazine, Elevate Lifestyle Magazine, and MadameNoire online magazine, to name a few. Her workshops, eCourses, and programs offer a multitude of practical techniques to “Bring Love to Life.” Her podcast While We Wait, created in 2017 is dedicated to helping women turn their dreams into goals “in the meantime”.

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C) the Host of REVIVE!!! 7/30/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

“HAS TRUMP GONE TOO FAR?!”

#Politics #LGBTQ

#TransRights

#Trump

 I need you all to be apart of the conversation!

#Revive

#POC

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This episode on REVIVE is entitled “HAS TRUMP GONE TOO FAR?!” Join us for this thought provoking conversation as we discuss this current administration and everything that has been done so far.

GUEST:

Susan Maasch: Susan Maasch is the Executive Director of the Trans Youth Equality Foundation. TYEF is a national nonprofit that advocates for transgender youth ages 2-18. Their mission is to share information about the unique needs of this community, partnering with families, educators and service providers to help foster a healthy, caring, and safe environment for all transgender children. The organization educates at medical and educational conferences, designs support groups around the country and trains schools. She is the proud mother of a transgender child.

Kyle Smith: Kyle Smith is a transgender youth that grew up being supported by TYEF. After being part of their programs for over 8 years, he now serves as Board Advisor. Kyle lives in New England and majors in Public Health and is an artist. While taking a year off of college he is enjoying designing and co coordinating TYEF’s first Trans Youth Arts Conference in Boston at Harvard University. This conference will use the arts to pull together transgender youth from all backgrounds and communities, with the premise that the arts build community, add beauty to our lives, reflects on our society, and  encourages sharing,expression and healing.

Ray Gibson: Ray Gibson, is a 59-year-old Black transgender man, and a veteran of the United States Air Force. Ray is also certified as a public speaker.  He has a Bachelor of Information Technology that he received in 2006. Ray has been in transition since 2012 and has continued to research transgender identity. Although retired, Ray continues to work as an advocate for transgender rights and racial equality.  Ray is a mentor to men and women around the world and an in demand speaker.

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C) the Host of REVIVE!!! 7/26/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

“Winning Wednesday”

 #TabMoneyHabits #TrendingTopics

#WeeklyThrills

 I need you all to be apart of the conversation!

#Revive

#POC

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This episode on REVIVE is entitled “Winning Wednesday’s!” We will be discussing the latest trending topics, current events and the weekly thrills. Call in to enter for a chance to win some #REVIVE gear! Also tune into #REVIVE for #TabMoneyHabits!

GUEST:

Iris Mendez: Iris Mendez is a licensed mental health professional, certified wellness coach, speaker, and blogger dedicated to spreading awareness on mental and physical health through mental health treatment, physical health empowerment, nutritional education, and specialty focus of mindfulness. She enjoys empowering and motivating her clients to live healthier, happier, holistic lives; mind & body.
“Change begins in your mind.” -IRIS MENDEZ

Troy Adkins: Troy Adkins was born and raised in the “Uptown” section of Philadelphia, PA. Troy’s fashion journey began after the tragic passing on a longtime friend and supporter. He attended a local event, in a leather custom VOLARE shirt, paying homage to his brawny brother. Soon after everyone began inquiring about the brand, and soon after his first pieces were born. A well dressed board room hustler, took a conscious and innovative approach to the practically non-existing Big & Tall fashion industry in early 2015. The aesthetic of the brand is clean cut silhouettes with the influence of the streets.

Kevin Tarr: Kevin Tarr is an entrepreneur and a self taught mobile developer that builds Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality apps for the iPhone and Android mobile devices. He is the head of his own technology company, “NerdInventions LLC”., where he programs and codes his mobile apps. So far, he has built three apps for the iPhone. “Hashtag Cinema VR”, an immersive, social media, movie theater experience in Virtual Reality. “Zenus VR”, a virtual reality first person shooter video game in outer space and Zoobler, a 2D retro, critical thinking video game in outer space. Kevin Tarr is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University where he attained his Bachelors Degree and Columbia University where he attained his Masters Degree. He speaks Spanish and is currently teaching himself French and Russian.

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“Proof of Consciousness” (P.O.C) the Host of REVIVE!!! 7/23/2017

Today’s REVIVE show topic is entitled:

“The Sunday edition”

#CurrentEvents

#Politics

#TrendingTopics

 I need you all to be apart of the conversation!

#Revive

#POC

It would be amazing to hear your perspective. So please call in we want to hear what you guys out there have to say always. Once again this show is for the people. We here at REVIVE thrive off of communication. So call us at (215)490-9832. This episode of REVIVE will be an open forum so all perspectives can be heard through great conversation.

This episode on REVIVE is entitled “The Sunday edition”  We will be discussing current events, politics, and more! You don’t want to miss this unforgettable episode!

GUEST:

Keith Taylor, Jr. : Keith Taylor, Jr. is a graduate of Jacksonville University where he received his masters degree in Business Administration and undergraduate degree in Political Science and Aviation Operations. During his time as an undergrad student he was elected Vice-President and President of Student Government.  He also was appointed President and got re elected as President of the Black Student Union. In the spring of 2016, Keith was elected treasurer of the Jacksonville Young Democrats.  Recently Keith co-founded a blog that focuses on politics.

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