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“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott. Friday 5/29/20 “Freestyle Friday” Open Forum

“Free Style Friday”, Open Forum format for the week of 5 24-20. Discussion with listeners on the weeks hot topics and conversation. Information, insights, dialogue, and solutions from a Black Perspective.

“TO VOTE OR NOT TO VOTE?” IS THAT A LOGICAL QUESTION FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS IN NOVEMBER 2020?

THE BLACK REALITY THINK TANK WEEKEND EDITION

We are proud to launch our first-weekend edition broadcast today Saturday 4/25/20 at 4 pm eastern, 3 pm central, 2 pm mountain, 1 pm pacific.

Host producers Leola Williams and LaWanda Chambers will lead a stimulating discussion with our community panelist and listening audience on the value of voting for African Americans.

WHAT IS THE ECONOMIC and POLITICAL VISION FOR THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY IN 2020?

The Honorable Elijah Muhammad in his book “Message To The Blackman” states,

“The devils reared the poor so-called Negroes for 400 years and put fear in them when they were babies. They (the devils) kept them apart from their own kind coming in from abroad, so as to deprive them of any knowledge other than what he (the devil) has taught them.”

The book of Genesis in the Old Testament states, Genesis 15:13-14

13 Then the Lord said to him, “Know for certain that for four hundred years your descendants will be strangers in a country not their own and that they will be enslaved and mistreated there. 14 But I will punish the nation they serve as slaves, and afterward they will come out with great possessions.”

Do we have the 2020 vision to understand these passages and build/heal our community?

The Black Reality Think Tank community panel will explore our concept of foresight, vision and clear thinking on tonight’s program.

The program host is Dr. William Rogers.

POLITICS WITHOUT ECONOMICS IS LIKE A SYMBOL WITHOUT SUBSTANCE. Malcolm X

African American communities throughout the nation are preparing for a season of electoral politics. What are the outcome expectations for the African American community? How does the community ensure it’s agenda is considered?

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