Carter Woodson

THE ROOTS OF BLACK MIS-EDUCATION

A people’s indigenous culture anchors them to reality and it must be the starting point for all learning.  Hence placing children or centering them within the historical setting, is key to fostering educational excellence.          “Wade Nobles

The program host is Dr. William Rogers.

IN ORDER TO SURVIVE WHITE TERROR ONE MUST LEARN THEIR HISTORY

A people losing sight of origins are dead. A people deaf to purposes are lost. Under fertile rain, in scorching sunshine there is no difference: their bodies are mere corpses, awaiting final burial.

Woe the race, too generous in the giving of itself, that finds a road not of regeneration but to its own extinction. Woe the race, woe the spring. Woe the headwaters, woe the seers, the hearers, woe the utterers. Woe the flowing water, people hustling to death. Ayi Armah, TWO THOUSAND SEASONS

As we begin the recognition of African Liberation Month, The Black Reality Think Tank community panel will discuss the significance of understanding our journey in a world that often denied our right to exist.

The host is Dr. William G. Rogers

CARTER G. WOODSON AND HIS QUEST TO TO GIVE THE “KISS OF LIFE” TO BLACK HISTORY

The Black Reality Think Tank will discuss the work and legacy of this intellectual giant. The program will broadcast live tonight 2/18/20 on www.timeforamawakening.com at 8 pm eastern time; 7 pm Central; 6 pm Mountain; and 5 pm pacific time.

One can also listen via telephone at (225)490-9832.

The program host is Dr. William G. Rogers.

THE BUTT NAKED TRUTH CONCERNING EDUCATION AND AFRICAN AMERICAN PEOPLE: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Why do we continue to let other cultures educate our children? What was the plan for educating enslaved Africans after the implementation of the 13th amendment? What was the “Negro Question?” What suggestions do our ancestors and African minds offer to correct the miseducation of African people? Tonight’s discussion will embrace many of these questions.

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