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COVID-19, VIRTUAL LEARNING, ECONOMIC DISPARITY, AND POLICE KILLINGS: WHAT WILL BE THE RESULTS OF EDUCATING BLACK STUDENTS IN THIS TYPE OF ENVIRONMENT?

Is there a sinister motive behind the development of this type of environment? How do we place this environmental condition within a historical context? Is this environmental condition a continuing agenda of White racism? What action does the Black community need to take so that families and children are not damaged? These questions and others is the focus of our discussion

THE NATURE OF PURE UNADULTERATED EVIL

He was known by his white comrades as “Dynamite” Bob. To Black folk everywhere he was known as the face and spirit of unmitigated evil.

“Seeing Ourselves Through the Lens of Our Creator”

The Black Reality Think Tank and The Sankofa Council of Elders will commemorate the day in 1963 when the ‘sun refused to shine” in Birmingham, Alabama and four little girls plus others lost their lives based on domestic terrorism and the “dark heart’ of Dynamite Bob. Many aspects of this day will be discussed as we seek to liberate African people from the grips of white terror.

The Sankofa Council of Elders program is hosted by Alfonzo Watkins. Dr. William Rogers is the guest host for this production.

The Sankofa Council of Elders program is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank.

ABUSE IN THE WORKPLACE

Black Sista Talk conversation this week will address “Abuse in the Workplace”. Are you working hard or hardly working. What has been your experience with employers and the way they have treated you or are treating you? Remember this is a place where you can breathe!

UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD OF HEMP AND MARIJUANA

Powerful discussion on the good, bad, and the myths of marijuana/hemp with none other than “Mr. Hemp Milwaukee” Mike McGee Jr.

Family Trauma, Is it Love, or is it Just Dysfunctional?

Black Sista Talk conversation this week will address “Family Trauma, Is it Love or is it Just Dysfunctional?” Join us for the discussion.

Host LaWanda Chambers

“I WILL NOT TAKE MY KNEE OFF YOUR NECK AND HERE IS WHY!!!”

America has a long history of negative police behavior toward its “Black and Brown” citizens. Why? Why won’t it stop? What are the circumstances that created this attitude in America? Why is it that marches, protest, candlelight vigils, and political activity has failed to correct this ongoing problem? Will our children continue to face this problem 25 years from now? What can we learn from the history of groups such as MOVE, the Black Panthers, Nation of Islam, Republic of New Africa, SNCC, SCLC, Black Lives Matter, and others who have given their lives fighting to remove that proverbial knee or foot off of the neck of Black and Brown people globally?

The Black Reality Think Tank will address these questions from a historical, economical and political perspective. Guests include Dr. Bruce Bridges, James Pugh, and the Black Reality Think Tank community panel.

The host is Dr. William G. Rogers

“MENTAL ILLNESS” STIGMA

Black Sista Talk conversation this week will address “Mental Illness/ Health in the Black Community.” Looking at how this stigma is holding us back from understanding who we are.

Host LaWanda Chambers.

After Seven Radio Program is an afilliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Group,

Makes Me Wanna Holla Makes Me Wanna Scream

Black Sista Talk conversation this week will address Wrongful Convictions and the Effects on Mental Health and Society.

The discussion host is LaWanda Chambers.

Black Sista Talk is an afilliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Group.

REVERSED GENDER ROLES

Listen to the ladies of “After Seven” as they discussmale/female relationships among the millenial generation.

The “After Seven” Radio program is an affiliation of The Black Reality Think Tank Radio Group.

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