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By now, you are aware of the 11 Educators in the Atlanta Public School System who were found guilty of racketeer influence and corrupt organizations act (RICO). What you likely do NOT know, are the facts as recorded by those involved. (Click here to download "20 Facts abut the Great Atlanta Massacre of Black Educators") NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and support what the "right" next steps should be. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation, recognize what is happening, and stand against continued demoralization of our students, teachers, and the public education system. "We believe in accountability. We believe in data that drives decision-making. We believe in these things because we know that those are the principals that best educate black children. This conversation is about black and brown kids and the practices that have been alleged against the Atalanta School Teachers that will be be our featured guests in our series. In part II, we'll further address how these practices have been surreptitiously implemented against high achieving schools and districts in the history of this country." Diana Daniels , Executive Director , National Council on Educating Black Children Join NCEBCTalkRadio on Monday June 1 and June 8 at10AM ET for a special two part series. Click the "LISTEN LIVE" button or dial 714-242-5228 to listen or participate via phone.
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On Monday, February 2, 2015, we continue our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act." This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio is also a ?Gift from the Elders to the Next Generation?... more

Series Inspiration: ?There needs to be a constantly growing and always reviving activist movement across America if we are going to maintain and expand victories and our vision for America. Since MLK Day is upon us next week, we... more

The Kheprw Institute has a "Social Enterprise" known as "KI NUMedia". In this program, young people design and produce social media campaigns based upon social justice themes of today. On tomorrow's NCEBCTalkRadio show,... more

"Open Mic" to hear the voices of our emerging new leadership.....Voices of The Next Millennium. Education, Social Justice, Mass Incarcerations, Health Care, Voting Rights and Labor are topics to be explored. We invite the audience to... more

In preparation for the NCEBC 2015 "YouthSpeakOut" this month and overwhelming urgency to address crimes against our youth in a pro-active, positive, and effective way. NCEBCTalkRadio welcomes Larry Young, Ph.D.... more

KWANZAA December 26 to January 1 Dr. Maulana Karenga, Founder of Kwanzaa - From the beginning, the essential task of our organization has been and remains to provide a philosophy, a set of principles and a program which... more

In follow-up support of ?The Case for Black Male Achievement: A National Conversation on How America Can Elevate Its Prominence by Investing in Black Men and Boys? program that aired on WVON1690 The Voice of the Nation on... more

In preparation for the NCEBC 2015 Youth Speak Out next month and overwhelming urgency to address crimes against our youth in a pro-active, positive, and effective way. NCEBCTalkRadio welcomes Larry Young, Ph.D.... more

In follow-up support of ?The Case for Black Male Achievement: A National Conversation on How America Can Elevate Its Prominence by Investing in Black Men and Boys? program that aired on WVON1690 The Voice of the Nation on... more

Please join our show hosts and special guest P. David Pearson (a faculty member in the programs in Language and Literacy and Human Development at the Graduate School of Education at the University of California, Berkeley). Our... more

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