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For all persons who wish to evolve the will AND/OR ability to replace the system of racism (white supremacy) with a system of justice for the establishment of peace and, then, the maintenance of correctness.

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(Originally scheduled for 7/09/14 but could not be heard by callers or listeners. That technical issue has now been resolved) This episode will pick up the converstaion where it was left at the end of the 6-29-14 episode entitled "Black Men, Black Women, Bed-wenches & Nig@erstock." In order to address this problematic behavior for the black collective today, we will discuss the seemingly hundreds (maybe even thousands) of years black men have been drawn to and, perhaps, even preferred white and other non-black women. Is this a preference hard-wired into biology? If it is, what's next? If it isn't, what's next? Lets' get to the root of this thing >>> Pun intended. Why is it that, despite being told the contrary, Cree has the nagging suspicion that HAIR, not even skin hue, is the most important qualifier or disqualifier of a black woman's beauty for most black men? If she forgets, remind the host to tell the story of the white Brazilian waitress that chased the host and her husband down the street.
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On-Demand Episodes

This episode is a continuation of a lengthy discussion recently/currently held on the Facebook group page for another BTR program with a counter-racist objective, The Justice Lab. The objectives of this episode were to: clarify the... more

We'll start out talking about the curious circumstances and results of Game 1 of this year's NBA Final game between the Miami Heat and the San Antonio Spurs. After that we and/or our callers will exchange/share views about this religion of... more

This is a re-broadcast of an interview of Horace Butler, the renowned author of the book, When Rocks Cry Out. This interview originally aired on Inner Light Radio on April 1, 2014 in preparation for Mr. Butler's first live lecture in... more

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, PhD, is a professor of sociology and a council member of Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Duke University. He is the author of several books including the acclaimed Racism without Racists:... more

SeedPlanter and his partner, Dee Tee, are a twenty-something, heterosexual, black couple who will share how they handle the challenges of being recognized by strangers, friends, and kin as having affection and respect for one another.... more

LBM and Cree co-host a discussion about how black people can prepare to have offspring and, then, prepare those offspring to be viable. Specifically, we discuss: How many of us actually planned for their offspring - what has been the... more

Author, trainer, husband & father Ifayomi Grant who resides in England returns to the CREE venue to discuss his latest book, What's Love Got to Do with It? Or, Is Marriage just for White People?" Mr Grant is the author of six other books... more

This is the requested follow-up to the October 6 episode featuring a pre-recorded talk by author Nicolas Vaca. That episode was entitled, "What's That? A Non-white Alliance with Latinos? ".Dr. Muñoz is Professor Emeritus in the... more

Tying together the questions of the wandering black phallus, genetic extermination, and black womens' withdrawal of support of black men who do not reciprocate active support for us. LBM co-hosts.
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