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Black Teen Empowerment Radio is an collaboration between the Black Talk Media Project, National Black Teen Empowerment Expo and Better Baltimore Youth. The aim of the program is to foster dialogue about how African-American communities can better support youth and to discuss issues impacting Black teens and their families. Program airs live broadcasts on Sunday's at 3:00PM EST. The views and opinions expressed by the hosts, guests and callers do not necessarily represent those of the Black Talk Media Project™, National Black Teen Empowerment Expo, Better Baltimore Youth, Sponsors or Advertisers.

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Paul Porter and Ministah Paul Scott join us again for another broadcast educating the community on the dangers of Pabst Brewing Co newest poison to hit the Black community which they blatantly admitted that were targeting with the fruit... more

The Black Teen Empowerment Crew welcomed Madeline Long-Gill to the program Sunday to discuss recent developments in new Internet-based technologies and the non-profit group Every Step Counts which addresses... more
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Teen Bullies and their Victims Stopping The Violence

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Black Teen Empowerment Radio Click Gere To Listen We discussed Teen Bullying, how to prevent it and how to keep teens from becoming victims of bullying. Our guest today is Dexter Humphrey of JASA Enterprises. JASA... more

Sister Tamorah Shareef Muhammad and Sister La Tika Daania Muhammad talk about Modest Models Inc. Scotty Reid had the opportunity to talk with Sister Gaetane Borders of Peas in their Pods, an organization that assists in alerting... more
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Martin Luther King Jr. The Civil Rights Movement & Youth

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January 15th was the birthdate of Martin Luther King Jr and on Monday the nation honors him with a national holiday. Dr. Kings dream was that one day this nation would be a better place for future youth regardless of their creed, color or... more

Today on Black Teen Empowerment Radio, we will discuss whether parents or caretakers should whip teens under their care. A video of an Uncle whipping his teenaged nephew with a leather belt is the subject of healthy debate in the... more
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Can The Black Community Take Back The Airwaves?

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There may be a ray of hope when it comes to the Black community and media. Congress recently passed the Local Community Radio Act that should soon be signed into law by President Obama. Many media advocacy groups were upset... more

Tune in for our last live broadcast on Blog Talk Radio. Black Teen Empowerment Radio has a new broadcast home! A National Center for Health Statistics report documents reduced teen pregnancies across all ethnic groups. However,... more

Today on Black Teen Empowerment Radio we will discussing ways that our youth can be engaged in positive actives to enrich themselves and their communities. Our youth have many pitfalls they must navigate to stay on a path of success... more
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