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  • 01:24

    Black Lives Series Pt6: Conversations on Police Brutality

    in Culture

    The World of Ideas Show tonight 4/19/15 @8:30PM EST. After the weekly review of the week, host Kasaun Henry introduces Part 6 of the “Black Lives Series.” On this episode, Kasaun presents and discusses interviews with clinical psychologist Arthur Whaley, award-winning filmmaker Roderick Giles, and Rob - a high school educator and social worker in NYC. They share their thoughts on the relations between the community and law enforcement, including problems, their causes and their solutions.


    The "Black Lives Series" is an exploration of a number of significant Black-American themes and issues that shed light on the state and future of black people in the twenty-first century. Some of these are, black identity, black solidarity, black culture and its triumphs and flaws, black education, incarceration, leadership and more. Kasaun attempts to clear the midst of the flawed perception of race and culture in America and lay down a path for positive change.

  • 00:45

    Live With MJ! Interviews World Series Champion Art Shamsky

    in Entertainment

    Tune in tomorrow (2/26) at 3:00pm as Live With MJ! host, MJ Pedone interviews World Series Champion and former New York Mets star Art Shamsky. 


    Be sure to follow Art on Twitter @ArtShamsky and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Art-Shamsky


    For more information about Art, visit: http://www.artshamsky.com/

  • 00:58

    Feldman World Review

    in Politics

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  • 01:37

    Real TalK.... "Let's Change the WORLD"

    in Radio

    Every Sunday, we offer information, education, motivation and inspiration. We offer regular, everyday people an opportunity to have their voices heard. Normally, it is only the rich and famous who get to be heard.

    This week will be no different. Bring your opinions and your passion. Bring your humor, as well as your personal stories and testimonies. Also, bring your open minds and your willingness to consider new ideas and different perspectives. 

    This is the show where ordinary people, who want to make a difference, tune into, call in to and enjoy...

    Join 'The Movement'... Just dial 818-739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere. Or just click this link, of-course.

  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Here is an article taken from a News paper coming out of South Africa Yesterday. "Shackled, four men who allegedly stabbed Emmanuel Sithole to death at the weekend smiled at their loved ones, even sharing a joke, as they were led to the holding cells of Johannesburg's Alexandra Magistrate's Court.


    "They were laughing just like that as they walked away from killing my brother," wept Sithole's sister Thando Sithole.


    "They hunted him down like a dog. They killed him like a dog in the street. And now they laugh.''


    Speaking after Mthinto Bhengu, Sizwe Mngomezulu, Ayanda Sibiya and Sifundi Mzimela appeared in court, Thando Sithole was unable to contain her rage.


    "We want justice. We want them to get life. They must get life for taking a life. They must never taste freedom again."


    Sithole's younger sister, Jordina Masia, who was with Emmanuel when he was attacked, said she had pleaded with the men not to hurt him. "I begged. I cried. I asked them not to. They killed him because when they took his cigarettes without paying, Emmanuel confronted them, demanding payment. Just like that they killed him."


    A series of photographs in the Sunday Times chronicling the Mozambican trader's murder in Alexandra on Saturday continues to enrage South Africans.


    That rage, compounded by Monday night's shooting of a Zimbabwean couple in Alexandra, prompted the government to deploy hundreds of troops to the township and other xenophobia flashpoints, including in KwaZulu-Natal.


    Late last night, about 400 police, supported by heavily armed infantry soldiers in armoured vehicles, shut down large sections of Jeppestown, Johannesburg." With the greatest of scrutiny and disbelief I am watching as the Fall of African Unity begins


     

  • 00:32

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

     


    "Wherever our people are, we're fighting. We're fighting against a worldwide vicious system that hooks us in. We must break this system." Stokely Carmichael "Africa is ours. It belongs to us. Mother Africa produced us. Steve Bantu Beko "Briefly defined therefore, Black Consciousness is in essence the realization by the black man of the need to rally together with his brothers around the cause of their oppression - the blackness of their skin - and to operate as a group in order to rid themselves of the shackles that bind them to perpetual servitude.  Blackness is IMPORTANT DONT LOOSE SIGHT OF WHAT YOU ARE CREATED OF, WHAT YOU ARE CREATED TO BECOME. A Whole united People, 360 degress of Knowledge.


    In ARABIC DAWAH the letters are equal to 360 which is also the diameter of all spheres or circles which is how protons, newtrons and electrons move.   As you see it is in accordance with your scriptures that say "In the beginning there was Blackness.   Allah which we see in all the scriptures is of BLACKNESS. Created himself before he created light.


    "Inspired by our common determination to promote understanding among our people and cooperation in all matters pertaining to their survival and advancement, we will support the aspirations of our people for brotherhood and solidarity in a larger unity transcending all organizational differences; Malcolm X.   How can we become a Whole Black People killing each other?  What has created this idea in the minds of African People today? Is not the White Establishment killing us fast enough? Or has it become a world of the Willy Lynch syndrome Niggars?

  • 00:33

    World Wide Africa The Voice of the Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    This weeks music will be Alpha Blondie of South Africa In trying my best to keep the dialog open between Africans World Wide I have moved the time slot and the days for World Wide Africa the Voice of the Pan African Movement.  My show will air Monday's 6pm-6:30pm, Tuesday's 6pm-6:30pm Thursday's 6pm-6:30pm, Friday's 6pm-6:30pm, Saturday's 11am-11:30am and Sunday's 1pm-1:30pm.  If you are able to call in on these days please do and let us continue to break the wall of Silence set up in our African Communities that make us venerable to all kinds of madness (646)564-9987.  If we continue to study our condition and talk about solutions and implicate those same solutions as best we can in our own parts of the Globe then and only then can we expect changes.  But for us to sit around just talking and filming our problems and doing nothing to help change the situations that create the problems in the first place is Hypocritical. So call in and voice your Solutions I will be waiting to hear from all of you, even if it is just on the music.


    hy•poc•ri•sy(h?'p?k r? si) n., pl. -sies.1. the false profession of desirable or publicly approved qualities, beliefs, or feelings, esp. a pretense of having virtues, moral principles, or religious beliefs that one does not really possess.  You can not pay for the virtues that it takes to be a leader for the people I do not care if you ascend to the position like Goodwill Zwelithini or self appointed and not elected.  It is just, immoral to be in the public eye and make your living off the backs of the peoples suffering, never extending a helping hand unless it is profitable to you and causing them more suffering. I am an educator, I receive a salary that is modest and when I can I spend my money in the way of Allah, and towards the education of the people.

  • 00:31

    World Wide Africa the Voice of the Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    In light of the present turmoil in Southern Africa we must take a look at what Hisrtory has to say about these differences.


    "A deeper look at the long term differences tht have developed inthe Black Community due to the Willy Lynch Slave Brreaking Methods ised by the White Establishment in slavery and Colonization.  once I make them plain to you, you will understand wht is the problem today with African People the world over and why there is so much Black on Balck Crime.  This problem of Xonophobia, self hatred is ingrained in us because of how we were psycologolically conditioned in the past. There are 3 categories that the Jamacain Slave holder Presented to the Virginia Plantation owners on how to deal with African People and Negro Indegenous people called Indians in the Americas.  "I have outlined a number of differences among the slaves: and I take these differences an make them bigger. I use fear, distrust, and envy for control purposes.  These methods have orked on my nodest plantation in the West Indies and it will work throughout the South.  Take this simple little list of differences, and think abouth them.  On top of my list is Age, but it is there only because it starts with an A: the second is Color or Shade, there is intelligence, size, sex size of the plantations, status on the platatntion, attitude of the owners, whether the slave lives in the vally or on a hill, east, west, north, south, have fine hair, coarse hair, or is tall or short. Now that you have a list of differences.  I shall give you an outline of action-but before that I shall assure you that distrust is stronger thatn trust and envy is stronger that adulation, respect or admiration.  These are the obsticles we are faced  with in the African Community World Wide, Self hate and mistrust on each othe on issues thta should have been resloved peacably without killing one another.


     


     

  • 01:58

    Disney World Junkie Podcast Episode 10

    in Entertainment

    Join the Disney Maniac Frank Goodman and his partner in crime Mike Zevon for the latest edition of the Disney World Junkie Podcast!

  • 01:02

    Black Lives Series Pt5: Women Talking About What Black Means to Them

    in Culture

    The World of Ideas Show tonight 4/12/15 @8:30PM EST. After the weekly review of the week, host Kasaun Henry introduces Part 5 of the “Black Lives Series.” On this episode, Kasaun presents and discusses interviews with various women in Harlem, NYC who share what being black means to them. 


    The "Black Lives Series" is an exploration of a number of significant Black-American themes and issues that shed light on the state and future of black people in the twenty-first century. Some of these are, black identity, black solidarity, black culture and its triumphs and flaws, black education, incarceration, leadership and more. Kasaun attempts to clear the midst of the flawed perception of race and culture in America and lay down a path for positive change.

  • 01:01

    Earth Month Series – Preserving the Planet is a Family Affair: Mommy Greenest

    in Environment

    Rachel Lincoln-Sarnoff


    Ready for this tagline? "We guard the nest of the world." Mommy Greenest is rapidly becoming THE resource for healthier parenting with less judgment - because the founder and our guest, Rachel, believes you shouldn't have to be a scientist to raise healthy kids. Rachel brings quite a bit to the credibility table in this arena. She is the former CEO of Healthy Child Healthy World, was editor of Children magazine and then had three children of her own. She who does not sleep is also the designer of Bird in Hand upcycled accessories and author of The Big List of Things That Suck. Rachel was featured in Los Angeles and Lucky magazines and has appeared on "The Today Show" and "CNN Headline News," among others. Rachel is actually a repeat guest and I  am proud to interview her about her finest role ever - so far. This show sponsored by Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.