Host, William Rogers
HISTORY AND PHILOSOPHY OF BLACK FACE IN AMERICA
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What is it about “blackface” that feeds the soul and spirit of White America? What ethical and moral platform supports this behavior.
The Black Reality Think Tank will discuss many of the racial innuendoes underpinning the practice of “blackface.”
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By oshi427ade — 2 years ago
JUST BREAK THE DAMN LOCK!!!
YOU CAN DO IT!!!
Host Dr. William Rogers and guest Ms. Jamie LaShae
Yes brothers and sisters there are steps that you can and we can take to break the lock on the minds of African people in America. In the words of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey put to music by the great Bob Marley, “emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none can do it but ourselves.
The Black Reality Think Tank group which consist of program organizers, listeners and contributors have reached an agreement on how we can make it happen. On tonight’s program we will reveal the plan and provide an example of how it can be done.
Program airs live at 8pm eastern time on Tuesday 5/15/18.
Studio Line: 215-490-9832
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By blackreality — 1 year ago
Much of John Singleton’s work focused on the Black male image, his voice and his environment. Singleton’s films such as Boyz in the Hood, Baby Boy, Poetic Justice, Hustle and Flow, and Rosewood all embrace the Black male narrative.
The Black Reality Think Tank welcomes one of the great literaryvoices in America, Marvin X. Jackmon, a by-product of the 1960-70 Black Arts Movement. Mr. Blackmon has critiqued the cinematic message of Mr. Singleton as it relates to the Black male in America. .Was Mr. Singleton on point or did he miss the mark in captivating the Black male narrative?
This program will aired 5/21/19
Mr. Blackmon will discuss his understanding and the impact of John Singletons work. He will also share with us his development of an institution called “The Academy of da Corner” located on 14th and Broadway in Oakland, California, where he serves as Chancellor.Post Views: 794
LEAD, FOLLOW OR GET THE HELL OUT OF THE WAY: PROFILE OF THE GARY CONVENTION OF 1972 AND BLACK LEADERSHIP IN AMERICA.By blackreality — 2 months ago
The Black Reality Think Tank host a conversation on leadership in Black America then and now. Guest include renowned author/educator Dr. Bruce Bridges and International recognized poet/author, and participant of the original Black Panther Party Brother Marvin X. The discussion will focus on the “leadership” platforms of the National Black Political Party convention held in Gary, Indiana in 1972, the Black Powermovent of the ’60s, and the emergence of the Black Lives Matter movement of today.Post Views: 875