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The Motion: Black women are becoming more undesirable.
Supporting the motion: Sergeant Willie Pete, KobeNbaWest and KaptanSolo. Arguing against the motion: BlakeBarbieDoll,BMVLiarsDown and Xtraimmot.
Session one is the Opening Statement:Each member of Both teams will present an opening argument lasting no longer then 5 minutes.
Session two Questions and Answers: Each member of each team will be given the opportunity to present a question to the opposing team. Each member of the opposing team will have a maximum of 2 minutes each to respond to the question.
Session 3 is Crossfire: Each member can present a question to a select person. The person receiving the question gets 2 minutes to answer and person who originally presented the question gets a 2 minute response.
Session 4 Free For all: Everyone will be unmuted and can ask questions to whom ever they see fit with no time limit restrictions. Very little moderation.
Session 5 Questions from the Callers: Callers will finally be allowed to present questions to a team or individual team members.
Update: Sarge Willie Petes commentary in response to the debate (http://www.generation-x.net/viewVideo.php?video_id=575&title=I_GIVE_UP_ON_BLACK_WOMEN)
Join myself, your host, True Father along with brother Shaka Timbuktu as we welcome the President of Black Wall Street Phoenix Rochelle Candler to discuss the upcoming Diaspora Day! Rochelle Candler is fully dedicated to supporting Black Owned businesses and uplifting the African Diasporic Community. Her goal is to be instrumental in connecting the African Diaspora with the Motherland so that we can build an economic base that will change our condition world wide!
Black Wall Street Phoenix in association with the Arizona Caribbean Cultural Association, the African Association of Arizona, and many other community partners; will celebrate its first annual Diaspora Day. This will be an historic day bringing together people of African Descent from all across Arizona.
This is an opportunity to learn about different cultures, beliefs, customs, foods and music and an awesome opportunity for you to introduce your business/organization to new communities and expand your customer base. We encourage people of all ethnic, socio economic and religious backgrounds to participate. It goes down Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
We will also have Nation of Islam student minister of Muhammad Mosque no. 32, Charles Muhammad of the 10,000 Fearless Chapter in Phx calling in to discuss the wonderful and needed things they are doing in the community like their upcoming Clothing Drive on Saturday Call in number is (773) 897-6420
Jim and Jennifer welcome Jordanna Eyre to the show. As founder of Modern Day Sorcerer and the first ever online Sorcerer School, Jordanna works with leaders and visionaries of all shapes and sizes to help them return to the threads of their soul’s calling and the deep knowing that they’ve felt since they were young, and intertwining that calling with the realities of life and business. Through grounding intangible wisdom and deep feeling into tangible growth, strategy, and easy-to-apply transformation, Jordanna guides leaders to stand strong in their calling in a way that is well received by the world and aligned with their deepest desires.
ENVISION THIS: African vodun is universal to all of humankind in its spiritual and psychological benefits.
Mami Wata has a mission is to educate those interested in authentic African Vodun and to help dispel the myths associated with it as well as assist those in their own personal journey towards their service of the spirits regardless of race, creed, color, sexual orientation or gender. Mami studied traditional medicine and psychology in Africa and became a priestess. She is author of the book Thy Name is Vodun.
Understanding that traditional African priests are healers as well as spiritual leaders and aware that conventional psychology was inadequate for the African American in some cases, she wanted to examine that which had been lost, to them as a people during the slave experience, so as to re-integrate these things for the spiritual and psychological healing of African Americans today. “However, what I found was that since all of humankind was born of spirits and originated from the continent of Africa, vodun, which means “spirit” in the Fon language, is universal to all of humankind in its spiritual and psychological benefits.”
Mami’s professional background comes from the two fields of Education and Psychoanalysis. While she returns to Africa periodically, most of her time has been spent in America teaching about the African spirituality of vodun from an insider’s perspective and assisting those who wish to serve the spirits on their spiritual journeys. She is part of one of the largest Mami Wata Dan temples on the West Coast of Africa…Temple Behumbeza…(Cotonou) Benin, West Africa.
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Black Whalers, with genealogist Earl Depass!
Whaling: Opportunities for African Americans Four Whalers of African Descent The whaling industry, created several black abolitionists, entrepreneurs & philanthropists! Whaling Centered until the 1870s in New Bedford, employed a large number of African Americans. This was in part due to the Quaker tradition of tolerance in the New Bedford area, but more importantly, to the large demand for manpower in an expanding industry requiring unusually large crews. Some black seamen in the business were Americans, from the Northeast and the South, some were from the West Indies, and a significant group was from the Cape Verde Islands off the African coast. Whatever their origin, black seamen found acceptance as hard workers and skilled mariners in an industry that was physically demanding, dirty, and often financially unrewarding. When the center of the industry moved to San Francisco in the 1870s, African Americans continued to form a large percentage of the crews. The whaling business was no doubt the largest employer of African Americans seamen on the West Coast until it ended shortly before World War I.
Brother Agyei interviews Azie Faison, former Harlem Cocaine Kingpin, author, and rap artist. The street classic movie "Paid in Full" was based on his life. He formed the legendary rap group "Mobstyle" in the 80s. He along with Brother Agyei wrote his Essence Bestselling memoir, "Game Over: The Rise and Transformation of a Harlem Hustler" in 2007. Azie was recently featured on the nationally televised VH1 special, "Planet Rock: The Story of Hip Hop and the Crack Generation." Tune in and listen to Azie tell the truth about the drug game in America, the role he played in it, and why he now devotes his life to steering youth away from his former lifestyle. You have to hear his story to believe it! Feel free to call in with questions and comments....
In 2006, I authored a book called How to Make a Negro Christian. It exposed the life's work
of one Dr. Reverend Charles Colcock Jones. He gave a sermon and authored a book in the mid-1800's called The Religious Instruction of the Negroes. While he didn't live to see the fruits of his labor, this "Apostle of the Blacks" created the template that ALL future enslaved Afrikan owners would use to transform once mighty Afrikans into the grovelling christians we are today. This book discussion will serve to correct the record that we came over here as christians en masse...actually only until the early 1900's (gregorian calendar) did the Afrikan masses embrace this foreign, spiritually incarcerating doctrine. This will be a lively analysis and may spawn multiple parts.
We will discuss the correlation between sex and spirituality with Tantra master Shantam Nityama . Find out how men and women can come together for conscious healing through sex. Stay in touch with your innermost being during sex so as to awaken your spiritual consciousness.
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