A Dicussion on the Black Press in America
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By blackreality — 9 months ago
Bro. George Floyd cried out to the womb before Officer Derek Chauvin took his life. The Black Reality Think Tank Weekend Edition has chosen today’s program to reach out to the “wombs” of our community and speak on the crisis of our Black Men and families Co-hosts LaWanda Chambers and Leola Williams lead a discussion with a diverse community panel, seeking their viewpoint and guidance concerning the survival of African’s living in America.
The host of the Black Reality Think Tank is Dr. William Rogers. The Black Reality Think Tank Weekend Edition is sponsored by the Sankofa Historical Society.Post Views: 753
By blackreality — 6 months ago
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. RogersPost Views: 380
By blackreality — 3 months ago
This week’s guest, Thursday 12/3/20, Chief Lance Jones & co-host Sister Boniswa of “Melanin Live” (the most talked-about new online radio broadcast) is proud to welcome a leader of the 21 century among our people who uplifts, motivates, and inspires change in the hearts and minds of black men worldwide- Captain Dennis Muhammad Founder of the Peace Keepers.
In 2009, an anti-gun violence meeting ended with boots on the ground. After gathering at the Tremé Community Center, 75 men walked around the community, meeting, greeting, and talking with neighbors. Before it was over, 100 citizens agreed to join forces to do something about the senseless killings and assaults that became the new normal in many neighborhoods.
Join us as we talk with Captain Muhammad on galvanizing Black Men to the role of protectors of their neighborhoods.
Melanin Live” is an affiliate of the Black Realty Think TankPost Views: 235