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Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Author and Lecturer Dr. Umar Johnon of Hidden Colors 1 & 2 will be our guest.
We'll discuss his new book "Psycho Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD War Against Black Boys" and his return to Detroit, June 7th-9th for "The Meeting Of The Minds 2".
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Tune in to the Pan-African Journal African American History Month program on February 23, 2013 from 6:00-8:00pm. The program is entitled "A Revolutionary Perspective on the Emancipation Proclamation and the Civil War."
The program will feature Tachae J. Davis, Workers World Youth Fraction organizer and contributor to the Can't Jail the Revolution blog. Also Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire and host of the Pan-African Journal will be the keynote speaker.
This event is being held in Detroit.
Glenda R. Taylor is a writer, editor, poet, organization and Community development specialist, philanthropist, and cultural historian who has an extensive knowledge of American history as it relates to African-American history and culture. The author of eight books, Taylor has been featured in The New York Times for her exhibits on American history and culture and in 2010, she was selected by the New York Daily News as one of America’s Great People.
Weekly we address PANDEMICS that have infiltrated the land.
IF 2 1/2 TIMES MORE AFRICAN AMERICAN WOMEN ARE LIKELY TO BE KILLED THAN WHITE WOMEN BY THEIR PARTNERS, WHY DOES THERE SEEM TO BE SUCH A "SILENCE" IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY? WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT IT?
African American women are losing their hair at alarming rates. Black women's scalps have been characterized as a "chemical wastelands."
Our guest work with The Healthy Hair Project™ (HHP). HHP aims to fight hair loss, create safer technology and re-grow the hair of 1 million African-American women through their “Green Sciences.” They recently met with members of the Congressional Black Caucus to discuss the hair loss epidemic, working to impact federal changes in regulation.
Kimberly Weekes is a senior fundraising professional with over 20-years experience in philanthropy, human service management and "Go-Green" sustainability. She serves as HEALTHY HAIR PROJECT CEO - Project Coordinator, as well as, East Coast Division Consultant of Elijah's Blessing Community Service of Baltimore, MD.
Additionally, Cristina Williamson is Blogger and Coordinator for HHP Donate A Hair Story Program. HHP is collecting 1000 hair loss stories to tell OUR stories from OUR perspective.
The ladies will focus on the results of HHP's ground-breaking research and the heartbreaking outcome in terms of chemically induced hair-loss, disease and deaths.
Join us: Monday, October 28, 2013 | 12:30PM | Call-In: (917) 889-8070 | Listen Online: http://ow.ly/q7q1v
Is there a distinction or different characteristics associated with the African American Woman and finance?. Let's listen in today as Aaron discusses this topic based on his relationship working with women and their money. As always we encourage you to tell a friend about the show. Let's get started, pen and paper... Call in we welcome the conversation.
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TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Monday, Jan. 12th, 2012 8pm-11pm EST. We'll discuss "The Distortion Of The Image Of African-American Women". Why does the media usually portray African-American women as being oversexed, obsessed with physical attributes like hair and makeup, obese, single, bitter, etc.? We'll discuss a recent article from The Final Newspaper that asks this question. In our 1st hour we'll be joined by Dr. Bruce Lander
Will The Shortage of Available African American Men Force African American Women To Marry Men Of Oth
What used to be undercover is now out in the open - men of other ethnic groups desire black women. Is the idea of marrying only within one's "race" obsolete? If so, with the shortage of available African American men, will African American women be forced to broaden their choices? With high profile men such as the former Mayor Richard M. Daley dating a younger, attractive African American woman, Dr. Adele Cobbs, perhaps other women will consider other options. How will African American men respond if particularly the successful African American women no longer seek them out as potential mates? What social impact could this have? Is this a step toward progress and a less "racially divided" society?
7 Keys to the African American Resurrection It’s time to Take Control of Your Life’s Destination…. Time to Return to the Greatness that Once was Ours Time for a Resurrection of Mind, Body, and Soul Come take the journey and get the answers to your questions! Learn the knowledge, tools and techniques required to Navigate Your Existence! Join me tonight @ 8 pm EST as I welcome Author, Speaker, Evolutionairy, Miracle Trainer Omiyale Jube of www. NavigateYourExistence.com to tap in. REALLY TAP IN!!!
347.205.9089 is the call in number & bring a pad & pen because jewels will be being dropped from heaven.
Blogger & Breastfeeding Advocate, Rose Bush of Minimees4.com interviews 2 African-American Mothers, providing a detailed account of: their experiences, support received and plausible benefits of Breastfeeding,
Dispelling the Myths!
The most frequent targets of this accusation are those receiving government funding or that solicit private charity to work on issues on behalf of various disadvantaged individuals or groups, but who never seem to be able to show any amelioration of the problems experienced by their target population. Some even suggest that that if profit were eliminated as a factor, greater steps in the alleviation of the oppressive situations could begin to truly occur. These organizations target and exploit