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LET’S NOT ONLY CELEBRATE KWANZAA BUT ALSO LET’S PRACTICE AND LIVE IT!!!

Tonight on the Black Reality Think Tank radio program, we will discuss methods on ways to make this practice a REALITY.

Kwanzaa is an African-American and Pan-African holiday that celebrates family, community, and culture. It is observed from December 26 through January 1 and its origins may be found in the first harvest celebrations of Africa, from which this holiday takes its name. Kwanzaa is derived from the phrase, “matunda ya kwanza,” which means “first fruits” in Swahili, a Pan-African tongue that is the most widely spoken language of Africa. The first-fruits celebrations are recorded in African history dating back to Ancient Egypt and Nubia, with references, both ancient and modern, appearing in other classical African civilizations, such as Ashantiland and Yorubaland, and among societies as large as empires…
Kwanzaa was conceived and developed in 1966 by Dr. Maulana Ron Karenga, an author, and scholar-activist who stresses the need to preserve, continually revitalize and promote African American culture.

“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott 10-27-19 special guest: Documentary Filmmaker, Producer, Jeremiah Camara

http://www.timeforanawakening.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Time-for-an-Awakening-with-Bro.Elliott-10-27-19-guest-Filmmaker-Jeremiah-Camara-mp3.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:43:49 — 75.2MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Email | RSS “Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 10/27/2019 at 7:00 PM (EST) 6:00 PM (CST) our guest was Documentary Filmmaker, Producer, Jeremiah Camara. Is there is a correlation between the number of churches in the Black Community coexisting...

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I AM SO TIRED OF BEING BEATEN DAILY! WHO CAN I TURN TO?” The crisis of domestic violence against males.

According to domestic violence therapists, 40% of domestic violence victims are men and they won’t. seek help.

Tonight (10/22/19) the conversation on The Black Reality Think Tank will focus on male victims of domestic violence. Our discussion will center on the “what, who, and why” of this major crisis. We will also address the question “why don’t male victims seek help?”

Special guest is Dr. Alice Belcher, Ph.D. Std., D.Div., M.S., B.A who.is the founder and leader of Christian Women Perspective Ministries and CEO of Impact Coalition for Families. Inc. a Wisconsin based 501(c)3.

STOP: IN THE NAME OF LOVE! DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY.

Tonight (10-8-19) on the Black Reality Think Tank Kitonga Alexander, Dr. Alice Belcher, and James Mosely will discuss community efforts to HALT this cancer that destroys families. The program airs at 8 p.m. eastern time

HEALING THE BLACK FAMILY FROM THE YEARS OF CAPTIVITY AND TORTURE

Tonight’s discussion will review the horrible impact of enslavement on Black families today.

“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott, Sunday 9-08-19 guest Dr. Runoko Rashidi

“Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 9/08/2019 at 7:00 PM (EST)  our guest was Historian, Lecturer, Anthropologist, Dr. Runoko Rashidi.  Along with taking about some of his recent travels and primary research, we discussed all things “Black” on the continent and the diaspora with our special guest, Runoko Rashidi.

“Time for an Awakening” with Bro. Elliott, Friday 9-06-19 guest Akil Parker

“Time For An Awakening” for Friday 9/06/2019 at 8:00 PM (EST) our guest was Activist, Educator, Akil Parker. The methodology of “Histematics” as a teaching tool for our children, was one of the many topics discussed with our guest.

“Time for an Awakening” with Bro.Elliott Sun 8-18-19 guest Shakina Chinedu

“Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 8/18/2019 at 7:00 PM (EST) 6:00 PM (CST) our guest was Shakina Chinedu of the African Diaspora Returnees Association. Sister  Chinedu told us about the organization , primarily set up to offer help and support to diasporians returning home and to campaign  for general citizenship, and how it relates to us here in the Diaspora.

UNDERSTANDING THE ROOTS OF TERROR, FEAR, AND TRAUMA IN THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.

Our guest is an enterprising community activist who has been engaged for many years in the quest to bring enlightenment and support on the subject of trauma for African communities throughout her immediate area. Her name is Ms. Bonissia Ayan from Greensboro, North Carolina She works personally with individuals and groups who desire clarity on this subject. She will share her experience in this conversation.

Trauma and the African Family in America

How does the black family heal from the horrors of slavery and Jim Crowism? What are the specific steps that must be taken for the healing process to be effective? This episode of the Black Reality Think Tank will address these questions and others as we begin to assemble a detailed path of understanding and healing.

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