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Join the Gist of freedom and guest Marian Douglas-Ungaro as we discuss the history of African American Resorts! Join us in NYC www.MalcolmXfilmfestival.com The Fox Lake resort community was developed specifically for African Americans in the 1930s. Similar to other ethnic groups, African Americans chose to build their own institutions because they enjoyed the fellowship with their family, friends and colleagues. These enclaves were not established for us by us simply because we were rejec
Tonight we will be discussing the New Jim Crow and its effects on our society. Also the week in review, sports highs and lows. Current events. And of course the GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN. Yes we will be going in hard on this one. Check us out tonight @ 7:30. Real Talk all the Time.
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.
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
Welcome to THE CROW AND MOORE SHOW hosted by Vincent Crow and Lisa Moore. Join us every Sunday night for an "interactive" talk show experience like none other! Current events, news, sports, movies, "advice", and of course YOU!
Listen to The African History Network Show, Thurs. Oct. 31st, 8pm-11pm EST as we discuss, the essons learned from TLC Documentary “Crazy, Sexy, Cool”. @TheAHNShow #TheAHNShow
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1 Hour – Did you see the movie about R&B/Hip-Hop Group TLC, “Crazy, Sexy, Cool” on VH1? They talked about their terrible contract they had and how they went bankrupt even though they sold 10 million albums? We’ll also share an article from Rapper/Actor/Producer David Banner which gives money advice to aspiring entertainers.
2nd Hour – 10 Ways We Know The Ancient Egyptians Were Black
3rd Hour – Also recent article discussed how most European-Americans (White People) think that African-Americans are better off financially than they actually are.
Detroit: Friday, Nov. 1st - Sunday, Nov. 3rd Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show is doing 3 lectures in the Detroit area. All of them are FREE - Donations will be accepted. The African History Network will have DVDs on Sale. PLEASE bring the youth. If they don't show up it's because you didn't bring them. This message will Empower and transform them. Visit http://tinyurl.com/k2vfa8e for more details.
Listen to The African History Network Show Thursday, 8pm - 11pm EST at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/TheAfricanHistoryNetworkShow or visit www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
My name is Diana Boone, and what follows is my life story. it's been said that every life is a journey, an exploration, and a sense of discovery.Things are shaped by the paths we choose, but also by those paths that are chosen for us. Sometimes these paths are clear, and somstimes they are shrouded with foggy mists.These mists are the things that keep us from seeing the truth_ These are life's secrets. Sometimes we walk with our heads held high, and sometimes we stumble through the darkness. As we go on this journey, we meet other people, and their actions affect us in many ways.But some of that journey is inward, and much of this is controlled by the outward paths we choose. Sometimes these paths are smooth, like a newborn baby's skin. Sometimes they are rough' like a craggy road. Sometimes we come to a dead end and have to start over. And sometimes roadblocks are deliberately set in our way. That's what happened in my life. I grew up in a time of roadblocks and obstacles that society set in my way. This was not unique to just me. Growing up black in the Jim Crow South made it like this. But other things, secret things from unexpected sources, were also placed before me. These things were family secrets, and it has take me most of my life to fine out the truth about them.
40 Acers and Some Bullshit –Black History & Black People in White America
Our biggest downfall to date is our inability to understand the importance of our Black History. There is no other story more complex of that of Black people in the United States of America. I LOVE studying about it and sharing what I know with anyone who has an interest.
Generations of people survived, fought and died to give us the freedoms we enjoy today. Slowly we are losing hose freedoms. I think we owe it to our future to do at least half as much as the leaders of the generations past have done.
Learn from where our freedom comes and never forget. I won’t let you forget, every Sunday at 1:30PM PST!]
Join Rory and Sheila for a candid conversation with Dr John Jackson to discuss the study of the African American male and Shawn Dove, campaign manager for Open society, a program for Black Male Achievement. This is a show you don't want to miss!
the revolution of the mind continues...every week the MadMen bring the illest news/political story of the week and break it down to its core. Who can we put a case on in this Barney's situation?Barney's? It's never been a black friendly place. The Black shopper? How about suppor
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?