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On tonights show we will discuss Practical Afrikan Sovereignty and the tangible and measurable steps toward freedom and independence on an individual and group level.
There is a reason why modern leaders tend to focus more toward marches and boycotts. Not only is it because we were miseducated into thinking that these two strategies were the back bone of success for the celebrated Civil Rights Movement but also because there is no way to measure whether these stratgies were successful after the fact. All you have to do to claim success on a march is to have a sufficient amount of people show up. For a boycott, all you have to do is hope let the natural ebb of a bad economy and the poverty of your base show that the numbers are down. Even then, they will not be using THEIR statistics. They will be wholly dependent upon the numbers of their advesary. Have you ever heard a movement report what their economist concluded after a boycott?
On today's episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss some of the latest news including the Anonymous' list of active KKK members; a racist rapist cop on trial; the youth's protest in support of officer Ben Fields being fired for beating up a young female student; interracial dating horror stories; Halloween and racist Europeans plus more. There will be much cracka shenanigans to discuss today. Join us.
Jolivette Williams of The Wombman's Song Community Experience and co-producer on The Afrikan Knowledge Network discuss the year's past programs with her husband Charles Williams as well as the future of both the Afrikan Conversations program and the Afrikan Knowledge Network.
Everybody is screaming "Black Power!" and there have been two Million Man Marches in 20 years, but...there is an old saying in politics that goes, "Whatever you subsidize you get more of."
Why don't all of these people screaming, "Black Power!" and "Nationhood!" at the top of their lungs put their money where their mouth is?
On this show will discuss the hypocrisy of refusing to invest your money in Nationhood while simultaneously paying taxes to support the Land, Infrastructure and Nationhood of your enemy.
We will also discuss why the lack of an Afrikan American fund are the absence of a suggestion of one is an indictment against so-called "Black Leadership."
Also, what exactly would an Afrikan American fund accomplish for Black Afrikan people in America?
I've been in the cultural conscious, Black Afrikan Progressive and nationalist movement for years. In that time I've come across a lot of strong, intelligent and resilient Brothas and Sistas who I both love and respect. Either they have gracefully bowed out, retired, or just found there personal way within our current socio-economic & political context and decided to disengage in the every day activism of "the struggle."
A substantial percentage of these soldiers have been left bitter, angry, disappointed, sad, depressed and in some cases left hating their own people or anything having to do with "Black Issues."
I want to talk about why we have lost these powerful soldiers in our fight for nationhood and independence and how our lack of cultural cohesion and a sense of urgency is the reason why we will continue to lose more.
In 2006 she co-founded Poetic Advisory, LLC. as well as founded the Annual Juneteenth Culturefest in Montgomery, AL... And in 2012 she produced and directed a year-long mini-tour of Ntozake Shange’s "For colored girls who have considered suicide when the rainbow is enuf". A Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault survivor; Author, Poet and Motivational Speaker; Joi is an advocate who teaches workshops on how to heal through writing.
Join Host Tracy L. Bell at 6:30 p.m. on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she sits down with Joi Miner to discuss her books, her passions and latest novel, "Side Piece Chronicles".
Karen Tucker, Author of the children's book "Brown Little Me" will be having "Conversations" with host Tracy L. Bell on why a "Black Friday" Boycott is necessary. Why it is important and crucial for "People of Color" or a "People with purpose" to combine in abstaining from, or prevent dealings with consumers or government, as a means of intimidation or coercion.
Join us"LIVE" on the air at 6:30 PM as we take your calls on this subject at 917-889-7872. This conversation starts as the holiday season of spending take flight.
Join Host Tracy L. Bell, live at 6:30 PM EST on "Conversations Of A Sistah" as she sits down with Auhor Theresa Hodge, who just released a multicultural best seller, "Noelle’s Rock" A BWWM Holiday Romance.
Theresa Hodge is an Alabama native - loving mother, wife, sister, aunt and friend who loves to read almost as much as she loves to write fictional stories. She has found writing to be therapeutic, especially during the loss of her oldest sister from breast cancer, which birthed her first book series, Ask Me Again. If Theresa can bring a smile to your face and encourage someone else along her journey, she considers it a blessing beyond measure.
Her first multicultural romance novel, was released on October 15, 2015.
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