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THE BUTT NAKED TRUTH ON THE HORROR OF SEX TRAFFICKING!

The Black Reality Think Tank hosts a discussion directed and produced by the “After Seven Radio Group.” Their special guest is Ms. Shayvon McCullum, Founder and Executive Director of a sex trafficking support group called “Secure Bridges.” This powerful and passionate discussion will surely enlighten others to support the community’s efforts to fight this horrible condition.

HOW DO WE EXPLAIN AND TEACH AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN ABOUT WHITE TERROR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE AND BLATANT RACISM IN AMERICA PAST AND PRESENT?

Should the history of terror, lynchings, bombings, and murder of Black people by whites be taught at home and in schools? If so, to what level of intensity and depth must the educator pursue? Should we let the children view lynching images as an exemplary model for teaching? Or, should we wait until they are older, in order not to risk implementing some type of trauma response? These and other questions will be explored in this edition of the Black Reality Think Tank.

The host Dr. William Rogers and his guest, Ms. J LeShaé Jenkins, Executive Director at BOOM – Building Opportunities & Opening Minds and several of the programs educational summer interns will discuss “Teaching African American Youth About White Terror Racism.”

“Awaking the GENIUS in Black/Afrikan American Adults and Children with Pan-Africanism and AfriKanCentered Education”

Elders of SANKOFA COUNCIL MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN
Black/Afrikan Development Psychology Focus
((Seeing Ourselves Through the Lens of Our Ancestors)

THE DISCUSSION TOPIC:
“Awaking the GENIUS in Black/Afrikan American Adults and Children with Pan-AfriKanism and AfriKanCentered Education”

Guest: Terrence Tyler – Educator and Member of Africans on the Move Community Organization
Derrick Rogers – Educational Consultant in the area of AfriKanCentered, Liberatory and Alternative Education, Retired High School PrincipaL
Host: Alfonzo Watkins

HOW LONG WILL BLACK LIFE CONTINUE AS A CIRCUS LIKE “SIDESHOW?”

Why do we continue to allow them to use us as a sideshow? Making us feel less than others. If black lives matter, start acting like it. Stand up and take a stance. Come join the Black Reality Think Tank Weekend Edition with co-host Lawanda Chambers and Leola Williams where your voices can be heard and you can breathe.

WHY IS MY BLACK DANGEROUS TO YOU?

In order to recapture. resurrect, and rescue the minds of African people in America all corners of our community must speak out. This week’s discussion is the voice from the battlefield. The “After Seven Radio Group” interviews a young man whose blood brother’s life was “snuffed out” by a police officer. He turned his anger into action and now has created an organization to support family victims of murdered Black people.

The discussion is navigated by a group of millennial women who gives the listener a “birds-eye view” of the battlefield. Let me say the view is bloody.

IT ALL MUST FALL!!!

IS THIS NECESSARY?

YES, because of Structural Racism: It ALL must FALL!!!

The Black Reality Think Tank will discuss this unfolding phenomenon in America. Our panel of community activists and thinkers will explore the methodology relating to the deconstruction of structural racism.

Structural Racism is a system in which public policies, institutional practices, cultural representations, and other norms work in various, often reinforcing ways to perpetuate racial group inequity. It identifies dimensions of our history and culture that have allowed privileges associated with “whiteness” and disadvantages associated with “color” to endure and adapt over time. Structural racism is not something that a few people or institutions choose to practice. Instead, it has been a feature of the social, economic, and political systems in which we all exist.

Program Host Dr. William Rogers

INVISIBILITY AND THE BLACK MALE

Black Men keep getting killed by the police while we keep killing each other. We are invisible to them because we are invisible to ourselves and each other. People talking about they didn’t know racism still exist. Are you blind? Look around your board rooms and see who is in leadership.

The Black Reality Think Tank Weekend Edition with co-host Lawanda Chambers and Leola Williams leads a discussion with a diverse community healing panel on this topic.

Host is Dr. William Rogers.

Redefining and Resurrecting Black/Afrikan Manhood, and Fatherhood Moving into the 21st Century.

SANKOFA ELDERS COUNCIL OF MILWAUKEE PRESENTS

Black/AfriKan Developmental Psychology Perspective
Seeing Ourselves Through the Lens of Our
Ancestors:
“LET THE ELDERS SPEAK”

This weeks Black Reality Think Tank Weekend Edition Part 2 will host a Special Fathers Day Conversation-

Redefining and Resurrecting Black/Afrikan Manhood, and Fatherhood moving into the 21st Century.

Bro. Alfonzo Watkins, Executive Director of Sankofa Elders Council, leads a discussion on this topic. 

WHITE SUPREMACY AND THE NAZIFICATION OF AMERICA

“To be a Negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a rage almost all the time. ”

― James Baldwin

Some historians argue NAZISM is not a foreign idea in American politics. Some even say that the roots of German Nazism come from America. If these things are true, what does it mean for Black people in America?

A LIFE AND DEATH STRUGGLE FOR BLACK MOTHERS AND THEIR CHILDREN

SANKOFA COUNSIL OF MILWAUKEE PRODUCTION

“LET THE ELDERS SPEAK”

The Black Reality Think Tank’s Weekend Edition Part 2 will dialogue with a powerful “Queen Mother,” (Dr, Janine James) who is an MD and has delivered over 3000 babies during her 40-year career. She will be interviewed by Brother Alfonzo Watkins, Executive Director of the Sankofa Council of Milwaukee on issues of infant mortality and nurturing our children in the Womb through Birth and Beyond.

Infant mortality is a key measure of a nation’s health, reflecting socioeconomic conditions, maternal health, public health practices, and access to high-quality medical care, among other factors. Major causes of infant mortality include birth defects, low birth weight, and preterm birth, maternal pregnancy complications, and sudden infant death syndrome.

The mortality rate among black infants is high—more than double the rate for white and Asian groups.

The program host is Dr. William Rogers.

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