Mahogany Shades

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Hosted by Gary S Smith (Shed Kheru Tehuti Sa Ra) B.S in Political Science from Tuskegee University, Mahogany Shades is opinion editorial driven show where diverse views of the African-American/African Diaspora will be explored to giver the listener different arguments to draw their own conclusions the issues that confront our people. As a host, scholar, writer Gary Smith wants this show to be in spirit of The Bill McCreary Report and Like It Is two local New York black public affairs show to give voice to his people. A self described Gary S Smith (Shed Kheru Tehuti Sa Ra) is a neo race man who draws from totality of black thought with a focus on nationalism and traditional civil rights issues. This blog talk show understands that within the black community exist diverse views and perspectives we do not view diversity as a weakness but in fact our greatest asset. This show wish to embrace the various outlooks that are found with in the black community and lay down the foundation for syntheses of perspectives to move forward the black community. This show will display intellectual prowess, commitment to highlighting protract struggle while striving to opening hearts, minds and ears of our people, to build a deep love for ourselves, for the desire to transform our people. In the words of the late Malcolm X I want this show to help us find "a common solution to common problem." What this show is about lies in the words of Chinweizu "making repairs, self made repairs, on ourselves: mental repairs, psychological repairs, cultural repairs, organizational repairs, social repairs, intuitional repairs, technological repairs political repairs, educational repairs, repairs of every type that we need in order to recreate sustainable black societies". Our weekly dialogue is modern edict that Fredrick Douglass laid down for us where he lamented mobilize, mobilize, mobilize and that mobilization precedes organization. Why name and have a show calle

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