White Terrorism

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! POLICE KILLING BLACK MEN AND WOMEN – BLACK FOLK KILLING BLACK MEN AND WOMEN! WHEN DOES IT STOP AND WHO MUST STOP IT?

Listen as community activist explore these questions & possible answers.

Program host is Dr. William Rogers.

How does the community “think tank” that question in order to arrive at a workable solution. Join the Black Reality Think Tank radio broadcast on Tuesday 2/23/21 as we explore the possibilities of a workable solution. Broadcast streams live on timeforanawakening.com ar 8pm eastern time, 7 pm central, 6 pm mountain, and 5 pm pacific The host is Dr. William Rogers.

How does the community “think tank” that question in order to arrive at a workable solution. Join the Black Reality Think Tank radio broadcast on Tuesday 2/23/21 as we explore the possibilities of a workable solution. Broadcast streams live on timeforanawakening.com ar 8pm eastern time, 7 pm central, 6 pm mountain, and 5 pm pacific The 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

HOW DO WE EXPLAIN AND TEACH AFRICAN AMERICAN CHILDREN ABOUT WHITE TERROR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE AND BLATANT RACISM IN AMERICA PAST AND PRESENT?

Should the history of terror, lynchings, bombings, and murder of Black people by whites be taught at home and in schools? If so, to what level of intensity and depth must the educator pursue? Should we let the children view lynching images as an exemplary model for teaching? Or, should we wait until they are older, in order not to risk implementing some type of trauma response? These and other questions will be explored in this edition of the Black Reality Think Tank.

The host Dr. William Rogers and his guest, Ms. J LeShaé Jenkins, Executive Director at BOOM – Building Opportunities & Opening Minds and several of the programs educational summer interns will discuss “Teaching African American Youth About White Terror Racism.”

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