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Tune in tonight to Listen to exclusive interview between Pyramid Youth Incentive CEO Abu Muhammad and Furqan Shabazz. Pyramid Youth Incentive is a grassroots organization that is enriching minds and character of our youth. Based in Bedford Stuyvesant brooklyn.
Tonight Sat. November 14, 2015 on "NU Day":
Sisters will now either really Stand Up.or They need to Shut Up. The weekly reports of the violations of our women and girls is alarming and very disturbing. Talks, rallies, conferences, etc. are good but these things are obviously not working. The National Million Woman march and Universal Movements has a major holistic plan
What will you do to support the "National Campaign for the Elimination of Violence and Abuse of Women and Girls of African Descent?
Tonight we will review and discuss the death of Ralkina Jones, 37, who died in a Cleveland Ohio jail on July 26, 2015 and now her death has been ruled accidental. ALSO: There is another Black woman (Sister) that has been almost beaten to death by an ex-boyfriend., Theresa Adair in not expected to live.
AND: Get Ready for the political event of the year "The National Black Women's olitical Convention" 2016
Also, Learrn why it is so important for MWM to be at he upcoming African Union (AU) Convention that is taking place Nove 19-22, 2015.
Also, Hear a Mumia Abu Jamal update from Bro. Wali Smith a Prison rRghts and Prison Reform Advocate
And nn the "Live Line" with Dr. randy Short and more...
The Topic tonight will be RACISM, we will have clips from the following:
1 Francis Cress Welsing
2 Song Lay Low (Paris)
3 Mumia Abu Jamal
5 Song Why is that (BDP)
6 Dave Chappelle
7 Dixon White
8 Rasheed Shabazz
9 Song Brown Skin (India Arie)
10 Truf Bros. Radio
11 On the Media
Please give us your comments about the show, your thoughts are very important to us. Contact us www.trufbrosradio.com or hit our Facebook page at Truf Bros.
Join us tonight at 8est for George Jackson University Radio with our honorary and special guest Greg Thomas, a political activist and university professor who has just returned to the United from Palestine. Mr. Thomas along with Dr. Fayed Abu Al-Hajj, the head of the Abu Jihad center, Dr. Issa Qaraka, the head of the Committee of Prisoner Affairs, and Sahar Francis, the director of Addameer (Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association) were among others on Oct. 20, 2015 in Palestine at The Abu Jihad museum at Al Quds University hosting an international exhibition titled “George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine.” It is the first international exhibit of this center for prisoner movement affairs located in the Abu Dis village of Jerusalem. The exhibition links the Palestinian prisoner struggle with the struggles of other political prisoners around the world. It aims to raise international awareness about the reality of prisoners in general and what the Israeli Occupation State is doing to harass Palestinian prisoners in particular. The ceremonial opening of the exhibition was preceded by a symposium focused on George Jackson, the Black revolutionary prisoner of North America, and his connection to Palestinian struggles, Palestinian writers and Palestinian prisoners. His belief in the Palestinian right to self-determination, a strong belief shared by his comrades, was a central topic of discussion. So tonight on air we are please to be joined by Mr. Thomas as he shares with us all the details about this monumental occasion.
Lafonda Forever Johnson is a singer, songwriter and entertainer. She currently sings in her choir at the Center of hope International church, she is an international Singer and has performed and toured in Asia and the middle eastern countries such as Dubai, Abu dhabi, Qatar, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and China, and has also performed twice on B.E.T. 106 & Park and Major venues in New York City such as B.B. Kings, SOBs, has won UMA Award for “Best R&B Female” and currently has music on iTunes. She has studied at The Choir Academy Of Harlem, majoring in Performing Arts and has acted in Off-Off Broadway Musical "Carefully Taught."
Follow Lafonda on Instagram @LAFONDAFOREVER.
Jason Jones is a married father of 2 girls and the Founder of DaddyUp. DaddyUp is the idea that in order for our children to become great, we as Men and Fathers must reach our ZENITH in order to lead them into LIFE.
How can we expect our daughters to know what a Real Man is without showing them what one looks like? How can we expect our sons to be better than us without showing them the blueprint of becoming a man? How can we expect GREATNESS from our children without becoming GREAT ourselves?
There was a preiod when being a DEADBEAT DAD was the norm. When doing the bare minimum to raise your child was expected. A time when we as MEN dropped the ball and put too much responsibility on Mothers to be Fathers. The goal of DaddyUp is to get us back to a place where being a FATHER is the #1 responsibility. A place where we as Fathers realize that it's no longer about us and make every effort to LIVE FOR OUR KIDS and STRIVE TO BE BETTER.
Follow Jason on Instagram @_DADDYUP.
TONIGHT: Sat. Oct. 31, 2015 on NU Day It's On..... "THE MILLION WOMAN MARCH 20" The official announcement has been made and the national coordination and preparations have begum. Introducing the long awaited Raising Up the Mother of Civilization" program and more. JOIN: The "A Million Black Woman Rising" Movement and get ready for the umplementation of Phase 1 of the "BLACXPRINT" 2020: The Pro/Direct Action Plan. for Power, Prosperity, and Peace . Find out how you can get involved. Tonight's Topics will imclude:
Have We Had Enough of Seeing Our Women & Girls Abused? Are Sisters gonna take a stand?
Will the "MWM 20" get equal support? Are our Sisters readyfor a global Movement?
Mumia Abu Jamal Update and report on Major Tillery
The EARTH KEEPERS & ECO Freedom Project-: Phase 1- Property
The African Awareness Association trip to Cuba is coming. Learn more about this great cultural, educational, and historical experience On the "LIVE LINE" Sis. Kamilah Iddeen
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2015-- RALPH POYNTER SAYS WHATS HAPPENING? --"The anatomy of oppression and colonialism demands the separation from false prophets who make meaningless demands. Our demands are freedom for our political prisoners, ourselves and community control of public schools, if there are any left."
An update analysis of the 2016 ELECTION CAMPAIGN.- Poynter, Minnerly, Meyers, Pinkney, Siracuse
UPDATE on California Campaign to support our Political Prisoners was a success---Poynter, Stewart
A report on the 3 DAYS OF PROTEST& RESISTANCE in NYC to STOP POLICE TERROR --- Davis & Guests
Weekly Commentary from former Political Prisoner & Black Panther--Larry Pinkney
MOTHERS CRY FOR JUSTICE
1. Muadi Mukenge, Program Director For Sub-Saharan Africa, Global Fund For Women; Member of Board, Priority Africa Network, joins us to talk about the Congolese Independence Day Program, Sat., June 27, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 397 Euclid Ave, Oakland. Her talk is entitled: “Women’s Participation in the Peace Process in the Great Lakes Region: Insights From A May 2015 Visit To The Congo.” The fundraising event is sponsored by Congolese United Association (831) 324-3337.
2. Theodore Lush joins us to speak about the Montgomery, AL, Maafa Commemoration, Sat., July 12, 2015, 10 am. For information visit RememberTheAncestors.com
3. Dr. Johanna Fernández is assistant professor of history at Baruch College of the City University of New York and a former Fulbright Scholar. She is editor of Writing on the Wall, Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu Jamal (City Lights, 2015) and of the forthcoming book When the World Was Their Stage: A History of the Young Lords Party, 1968-1974 (Princeton University Press). She is the writer and producer of the feature length film, Justice on Trial: The Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
4. 38th Annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival, July 17-26: Amy Mueller, Artistic director, and featured playwrights: Tearrance Chisholm, Hooded or Being Black for Dummies; Kara Lee Corthron’s Welcome To Fear City. Visit PlaywrightsFoundation.org
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Pam Africa, International Friends and Families of Mumia Abu Jamal; Ramona Africa, MOVE Organization re: Bay Area Tour in San Jose at Evergreen Valley College, Montgomery Hall (Friday, 10/16, 12-4), Freedom Archives Hall, 518 Valencia St., SF (10/16, 7 PM); Niebyl Proctor Library, Oakland (Sat., 10/17, 7 PM); Sun., 10/18, 2-5 pm, 2251 Florin Rd, Sacramento, CA 95822 - Suite 126
2. From the archives: Long Distance Revolutionary, dir. Stephen Vittoria (2013)
2. Tiearea Robinson, Lecturer at a lecturer, Dept. of Africana Studies, Cal State University, Dominguez Hills, Friends of the Negro Spirituals Heritage Keeper 2015.
4. Jeff L. Lieberman, Re-Emerging Films, director, The Amazing Nina Simone which opens in New York with an art exhibit, Oct. 15-18. www.amazingnina.com
Song: To Be Young Gifted and Black from Youtube
1. Israeli soldiers killed six young Palestinians on Friday in the Gaza Strip as they opened fire to quell crowds that hurled rocks and rolled burning tires close to the fence separating Gaza from Israel.
2. Islamic State fighters have seized villages close to the northern Syrian city of Aleppo from rival insurgents, despite a Russian air-and-sea campaign that Moscow says has targeted the militant group.
3. A month after the leader of al-Qaida said that the Islamic State and its leader are illegitimate, a recording of Ayman Zawihri was released on Monday, documenting an even harsher tirade against ISIS and the man who refers to himself as the Caliph of Islam, ISIS chief Abu Bakr alBaghdadi.
4. The US State Department denied reports that it issued Israel an ultimatum this week threatening not to veto a UN Security Council resolution declaring West Bank settlements illegal if Israel announced new settlement construction.
5. North Korea's supreme leader, Kim Jong-un, has said his country could defend itself in any war started by the US.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is Psalm 69.
Our second coming quote for today is from Geoffrey B. Wilson. He said, "The brightness of Christ's advent will reveal the true character of those things which were previously hidden by darkness."
Let's put a weekend compilation show.
I've aggregated a few clips that I think you'll dig.
After this show, I'll have the clips available individually on the Father Teresa Soundcloud page here.
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We have a clip from BBC womans hour going after some #Misogynoir Exposed.
We have the read talking about Safe Spaces for black folks.
We have short clips from Prison Radio with Mumia Abu Jamal.
And we have, at the center, Dominique Hazzard letting her voice be heard.
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