A Dicussion on the Black Press in America
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By oshi427ade — 2 years 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 blackreality — 1 month ago
These iconic images have plagued the African American community in the same manner as the Sambo, Coon, Jim Crow, and minstrel acts did during the early years of American life. Where does this behavior originate? Why does it still exist? Why is it still popular in certain areas of the community? Who suffers the most from these demeaning images.
these and other questions will be explored by the community panel of the Black Reality Think Tank radio program on Tuesday evening 1/7/20 at 8 pm eastern time.Post Views: 305
By oshi427ade — 1 year ago
The enslavement and captivity of African people is a 500+ years system of horror and turmoil. Throughout the contemporary African diaspora, descendants of that system are still suffering in many ways. In order to address these ills and offer solutions depends on being able to understand what was done and how it was done. This understanding can only be achieved through in-depth and careful research, coupled with critical analysis. We must remember that the impact of African captivity embraces every area of human life: history, economic, political, social, spiritual, religious, health, community building, family development, psychology, sexual health, and education. This is not a “light way” process. African people must be consciously consistent in the quest to understand what happened during slavery and how it impacted our lives.
The Black Reality Think Tank is committed to offering a platform and structure to mitigate our understanding of slavery.
Our aim here at the Black Reality Think Tank is to render among African people in America an awareness that we are somebody.
The goal and objective of the Black Reality Think Tank are to study and understand the past, in order to dissect the present and support implementing a meaningful future.