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Broadcasting from Northern California, the show explores diverse viewpoints of Black Thinkers.
State your case about topics of race, politics, economics, leadership, employment, relationships, etc.
Why did we start "Black Thinkers"?
First, it would silly to believe that all black people think alike.
Second, if you heard someone that felt like "you", maybe the world would be a different place.
Third, and not least, we want our callers to "make their case"!
It is our opinion that there's a lot of rhetoric out there in the public domain. Just because you have a microphone or camera in front of you does not mean what comes out of your mouth is truthful.
Another word that comes to mind is "hyperbole". Please look up this word.
Folks, stuff people say whether it is a preacher, politician or a statistician is either true or not true. However, the power of persuasive language mesmorizes us to hear what we want to hear and not what we need to hear.
You will hear the words, in question form, WHY and HOW, a lot!
The host, who goes by the initials, BT, is a Florida native of Haitian descent, whose parents were drug dealers and addicts in 1970's. After spending 10 years as a military serviceman and 12 years in corporate America in California, BT began to reflect on why people think like they do. BT has gained a lot of great insight at the age of 52 .
BT started a consulting business that advises business owners on how to improve operations.
People BT admires include: Jesse Jackson (from the 1970's), Ronald Reagan, Denzel Washington, the late Donna Summer, George W. Bush, the late Margaret Thatcher, Dr. Ben Carson (from his 1992 book, "Think Big"), Colonel Allen West, and in some economic aspects, President Barack Obama.
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