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A roundtable of wisdom, where people from all across the planet, from all walks of life, and from all religious and sacred traditions, convene for spiritual conversation. Real people. Raw talk. Relevant issues.

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This is the story of the distinction between the Bourgeoisie and the Proletariat - the capitalists who actually OWN the means of production and reap surplus value from that production (profit made by the Proletariat, but not given to them!)... more

This is the story of the "grapevine telegraph" - the informal, spontaneous word-of-mouth communication system used by Negro slaves in Civil War America to keep up-to-date on current events, and to stay one step ahead of their... more

This is the story of Black content creators and the telling of our own stories. This is also the story of a resume I received from Detroit, some 20+ years ago, when I was an associate producer with Discovery Channel, and the person who sent... more

This is the story of one open door at a time. This is also the story of an earth angel, who opened a major door for me, back in 1989. [TRWBS #233 - Sugar Blues - April 15, 2017.]

Darren Dante Bonner breaks down the word "resurrect." [TRWBS #233 - Sugar Blues - April 15, 2017.]

This is the story of the beginnings of Blaxploitation. This is also the story of, perhaps, the biggest "pusherman" in your life - and the drug he is selling you: white gold, also known as sucrose, processed and refined sugar. This is,... more

This is the story of the evolution of a "conscious" Black man. This is also the story of bearing witness; and ancestral memory; and cultural retentions; and reclamations of spaces and narratives that may have inspired shame or pain;... more

This is the story of the spiritual power of a Black male teacher/educator. Featuring: Brother Kwesi. Chicago. Teaches on the West Side.

This is the story of a young brother (with three college degrees) who teaches art in a middle school in suburban ATL. [TRWBS #231 - The Spiritual Power of a Black Male Teacher/Educator - March 18, 2017.]

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