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It s Your Time

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Black Montreal's and Canada's source for information,interesting conversation and discussion on subjects relevant to our community and the Black diaspora. Host Brother Karriem Shabazz hopes to empower, enlighten and educate our community on the important topics of the day. Listen in... It's Your Time!

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Excerpt of Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad teaching on the assassination of Malcolm X at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec Canada May 23rd, 1993.

2013 is the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" Speech in Washington D.C. However, in my opinion, the final moments of "I've Been to the Mountain Top" were his most POWERFUL, meaningful words ever. It was his... more

In this broadcast we hear clips of Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad's lectures at Concordia University on May 23rd and 24th in1993 in Montreal, Quebec. It was FIRE. He taught 2 days in a row. The 1st Night was on Malcolm X and... more

Did you celebrate Christmas? What about New Year's? Or Kwanzaa? Why or why not? We discuss the history of these holidays and their relationship to Black communities. Live call in show or send us your comments and I'll read them on... more

In wake of Super storm Sandy, we discuss Aton Edward's Survival manual Preparedness Now as well as the mental, emotional and phyiscal stress emergencies can cause and ways the Black communities in Canada can... more

Some of our Black youth in Montreal are living under the threat of violence if they do not engage in criminal acts. Many are not speaking to their parents or even their friends about it. We talk with Ugo Uche, contributor to Psychology Today,... more

October 2012 marks the 115th Birth Anniversary of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad (1897-1975 Peace Be Upon Him) Too many people have jumped to false conclusions about him without actually ever hearing or studying him. As a result... more

We continue our discussion with Duke Eatmon, music historian and writer on whether Black athletes and entertainers have an obligation to give back to the community and be socially active and conscious. Bro. Duke lays out the seldom... more

Do Black athletes and entertainers have a responsibilty to give back to the Black community? Are they obligated to be socially responsible? Harry Belafonte recently criticized Jay Z and Beyonce and his comments generated reactions of... more

Bro. Karriem Shabazz continues the conversation with B.U.M.P. (Burgundy Urban Mediation Project) and their work in Little Burgundy with Black youth. We discuss the relationships between Black youth and police, school and family and the... more