Black Reality Think Tank Weekend Edition, co-hosted by LaWanda Chambers and Leola Williams, will lead a discussion on what can happen “when justice is denied, poverty is enforced, ignorance prevails, and there are attempts to rob and destroy hope in America.
The program host is Dr. William Rogers.
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By blackreality — 7 months ago
Dr. Martin Luther King popularized the notion of the “Beloved Community.” King envisioned the Beloved Community as a society based on justice, equal opportunity, and love of one’s fellow human beings. He warned us “if we did not learn to live together as brothers & sisters we would die as fools.
Is a “beloved community “ possible in the age of ‘45,’ declining stock markets, high unemployment, Coronavirus, etc? Can a beloved community be created? If so how and by who?
The program host is Dr. William Rogers.Post Views: 678
By oshi427ade — 2 years ago
The Black Reality Think Tank is honored to have as our guest conversationalist on this week’s broadcast, Mr. Gene Peters.
Mr. Peters is a Historian, Educator, Educational Consultant, and noted Heritage Collector. His private collection is called “THE GENE ALEXANDER PETERS COLLECTION OF RARE & HISTORIC AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTIFACTS.” He is also President of The Schomburg Corporation (the officially chartered, independent advisory affiliate to the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture) headquartered in Harem, NY.
Mr. Peters was recently invited to curate and feature a custom: “SLAVERY IN NEW YORK CITY: The African Burial Ground Tribute Exhibit” for the National Black Theater in Harlem, NY!!
The production entitle “UNHEARD VOICES,” conceived, developed, and produced by 4x Emmy award winning writer & playwright JUDY TATE, is a powerful, original, monologue play in which featured actors “Give Voice” to the 419 unnamed African and African American men, women, and children who are buried in the “rediscovered” colonial era burial ground in NYC, originally named, ‘Negroes Burying Ground’ or ‘Negroes Burial Ground’ (@1690 – 1794).
OUR ANCESTORS LEFT AFRICAN PEOPLE A GUIDE IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH A PAN-AFRICAN AGENDA!!! WHY DIDN’T AFRICAN PEOPLE IMPLEMENT THAT AGENDA?By blackreality — 5 months ago
Can a Pan-African program work effectively in 2020 and beyond? Why didn’t African people follow the Pan African vision and agenda of Edward Wilmot Blyden, Sylvester Williams, Marcus Garvey, Martin Delaney, W E B DuBois, Malcolm X, and others?
The Black Reality Think Tank will host a discussion with Brother Wayne A. Young, Publisher of a Pan African Journal entitled “Port of Harlem” (www.portofharlem.net) and Brother Alfonzo Watkins CEO of the Milwaukee African American Elders Council, a Pan African action group of community activist.Post Views: 863