The Black Reality Think Tank will discuss the meaning and origin of “White Rage” with a community panel of scholars and activists. A focal point of this discussion centers around the research and writings of Dr. Carol Anderson in her book White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide.
Program host: Dr. William Rogers
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By blackreality — 2 months ago
Please join “Melanin Live Radio Broadcast” with host Chief Lance Jones in a conversation with a Black business titan, Joe Dudley Jr., author, speaker, and a 2nd generation entrepreneur. He is currently the President of Dudley Direct, LLC, a business coaching and consulting firm. For 30 years, Joe worked in his family business, Dudley Products, Inc., one of the nation’s leading manufacturers and distributors of ethnic hair care and personal care products. He worked in numerous positions in the company including VP of Marketing and VP of Finance.
At age 7, Joe began his entrepreneurial journey by helping his parents make hair care products in the family’s kitchen. As an adult, Joe was instrumental in growing the company from $5 million to $35 million, and from 150 employees to over 500 employees worldwide. Joe is also an expert at helping business owners finance their million-dollar projects.
The Melanin Live Radio Broadcast is an affiliate of the Black Reality Think Tank Radio Network.Post Views: 201
By blackreality — 12 months ago
What is the Negrocracy and why does it exist? What is it’s history, success, and failure? Why do Black folk want to be like White folk?
The Black Reality Think Tank panel and the radio audience will discuss this concept and offer their suggestions to the questions posed.
The program airs live on www.timeforanawakening.com on 2/25/20 at 8 pm eastern, 7 pm central, 6 pm mountain, and 5 pm pacific.Post Views: 1,030
By blackreality — 1 year ago
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.Post Views: 526