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.
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By blackreality — 1 year ago
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.Post Views: 907
By blackreality — 10 months ago
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.Post Views: 775
By oshi427ade — 2 years ago
We must address the issue of domestic violence in the African American community now. The Black Reality Think Tank will convene a panel of specialist from the Alma Center in Milwaukee. Using the best research available, the center has developed a group of core programs to support men who desire to live a more productive lifestyle, be better fathers, husbands and community role models. The programs are Men Ending Violence, Restorative Fatherhood, Wisdom Walk to Self-Mastery, and Reentry Services.
Mr. Kitonga Alexander and James Mosley, the staff of the Alma Center will discuss the cause, effect, and solutions to family violence in our community.
The goals and objective of the Black Reality Think Tank are to study and understand the past, in order to dissect the present and support implementing a meaningful future.