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Agyei Tyehimba

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My show will feature me discussing my book, projects I'm working on and information concerning current events and politics

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In his return to Blogtalk radio from a 3-year hiatus, brother Agyei provides lessons to make your life more peaceful, effective and empowered. Welcome him back and spread the word!

Join host Agyei Tyehimba and his guest, astrologer Samuel Reynolds, as they discuss astrology and "New Age" spirituality. You will find this episode interesting and very informative!

Black student activism on America's college campuses blossomed beginning in the mid-sixties. Blatant racism in the nation, the influence of Black Nationalism (especially via the teachings of Malcolm X), and an increased sense of cultural... more

Join Brother Agyei and writer Shahid M. Allah as they discuss the New World Order and what this means for Black people. Powerful information you don't want to miss!

Our guest today is Dr. Boyce Watkins, affectionately called 'The People's Scholar," because of his commitment to Black empowerment and his grassroots approach to scholarship. Dr. Watkins is a Professor of finance at Syracuse... more

Brother Agyei interviews acclaimed television news anchorwoman Cheryl Wills. In addition to speaking about her life and career, Ms. Wills will share her observations concerning the media's depiction of Black people, and the influence... more

Like many of you, Brother Agyei loves spoken word poetry. During this episode of "Real Talk," you will hear a few of Brother Agyei's original poems, and many of his favorite poems by other artists. By the way, Agyei's book "Game Over: The Rise... more

Despite the naysayers, doubters, and "haters," Barack Obama's quest to become America's first Black president is becoming more viable, and easier for American citizens to visualize. Regardless of what his detractors think, the verdict is in:... more

In the first part of this series, Brother Agyei draws on his background in education, community organizing, and parent/youth development to: 1. Share his observations on the state of Black youth today 2. identify specific things parents... more