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TONIGHT: Sat. July 5, 2014 on "NU Day"
Why is there an increase in police terrorism (excessive force/brutality) and racial profiling of Black women? AND: What can we do/must we do to help stop the historical significance and great legacies of Black Music from being misrepresented, whitewashed, and flushed down the drain. ALSO: Connecting The Dots: "GENTRIFICATION, EDUCATION, & CRIME ESCALATION"
Joining us on the "LIVE LINE" is "DR STRANGE" from the ZULU Nation
Tonight: Sat. June 28, 2014 on "NU Day" Tonight's Topics will include:
WHO IS TAKING THE ORGANS FROM OUR DECEASED LOVED ONES?
"Black Music Month 2014" Conclusion- Where is Black Music in North America going today?
Black Women's Defense League's 2014 Summer ACTION Initiatives
Why Women of African Descent Must Make Their Presence, Positions, and Power Clear and Unstoppable
BC ALERT "WE NEED YOUR HELP" Alicia Fox was found shot to death in Detroit. Her two children are still missing.
AND: Kwame Ture' READY FOR THE REVOLUTION
Bradley Simmons, a native of New York City, began playing Afro-Cuban and African percussion when he was 9 years old. From that point on and through his teenage years, he traveled throughout the City seeking out percussion teachers from Haiti, Cuba and Africa in an effort to enhance his understanding of these rhythmic forms, styles and techniques. Bradley soon became a consistent and sought after Conguero and shekere player for community and religious events including weekend long Bembes, weddings and many other cultural events. Bradley not only developed as a percussionist; he became a knowledge base for that which had preceded him, by the transfer of knowledge through the Afro-Cuban and African oral traditions.
Bradley was soon very busy doing on-Broadway plays including: "Timbuktu" with Eartha Kitt and Melba Moore;
Bradley performed in nightclubs with Eartha Kitt, Gregory and Maurice Hines, Miles Jaye and Oba Babatunde. He has recorded and played with The Fatback Band and with drummer Norman Connors. Bradley has also appeared on Television including the Mike Douglas Show and the Cerebral Palsy Telethon. In 1990 and 1996, Bradley directed his own show at the National Black Arts Festival in Atlanta and in Durham, NC, respectively, called "Cultural Journey: The Elements of Percussion".
Bradley is the former Music Director of the Chuck Davis African-American Dance Ensemble of Durham, NC and has taught throughout the United States; including at the Larocque Bey School of Dance and the Gloria Jackson School of Dance in NYC. He has taught percussion classes and drum clinics at Berkeley School of Music, Boston MA; Texas Southern, Houston, TX; Wichita State University, Wichita, KS and North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC.
Bradley is a Musical Director at Duke University in Durham, NC, where he teaches West African Music and History
JOIN US ON KNOW THE LEDGE RADIO AS WE CONTINUE OUR PROLIFIC BUILD WITH THE AUTHOR OF "GOD GENES DECODED" ,HIGH PRIEST OF THE VOODOO RELIGION & LECTURER BABA NU MENSA TONIGHT HE WILL BEGIN TO EXPOUND IN DETAIL ON THE WORLD'S THREE MAJOR RELIGIONS,CHRISITIANITY, JUDIASM & ISLAM, THEIR ORIGINS AND WISDOM.
Tonight: Sat. June 21, 2014 on "NU Day" JUNE IS "BLACK MUSIC MONTH" What do you think about Black Music today?
The Summmer Soltice: How To Make Make It Work For You. AND: Political Prisoners Updates and More on Black Male/Female Relationships. On the "LIVE LINE" Continuation from last week's dialog with Dr. Maurice Henderson and other guest from last week's program who were also featured at the June 14, 2014 Mini Forum on Black Male/Female Relationships that took place in Philly.
Also: Learn more about the MWM "Lil' Sistahs" and "Saving Our Daughters" Programs
Tonight: Sat. June 14, 2014 on "NU Day"
June is Black Music Month: Join us for a candid dialog on music today and its impact on our People and an examination of the entertainment industry. AND: Black Male/Female Relations: What we must do to improve this and why we must not let others be involved in this process. Joining us on the "LIVE LINE" for this dialog is Dr. Maurice Henderson, Director of the Black Family Week (Black Male/Female Relationship Forum-Philly) and the National Black Writers Tour.
ALSO: Political Prsioners update and more...
Sevan is one of the most diverse and enigmatic speakers of our time. He raises the bar for what is generally discussed by mental, spiritual, and physical advisors. Bomar is rapidly gaining explosive recognition with his unique message. Specializing in linguistics, etymology, and ciphering, James extracts the esoteric meaning within language. Having spent years in deep study diving through symbolism, occult sigils, and geometry, James has become an expert in defining what is beyond the veil.
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Host - Lokesh Baba
Tonight Sat June 7, 2014 on "NU Day"
Political Prisoners Reports: Updates on Imam Jamil Al-Amin and others. ALSO: Building Pan Africanism and Black Nationalism Movements for TODAY. What an we/must we do to obtain greater victories. AND: "GENTRIFICATION" The dialog continues with an OPEN MIC and online strategy session. Joining us on the "LIVE LINE" Bro. Masai
Remember: The African Women's Army is being formed and papers are now being accepted for the Queen Mother Moore Weekend coming July 25-27, 2014 in Philly. Find out more about these two MWM initiatives and more
Join Houngan Baba Nu Heri Mensa Ogun for an insightful look at the Nile Valley Civilizations of Africa and their influence on the Western World. As long as we have the existence of a western world with a dark skinned population at the bottom of their Caste System it is crucial to understand how the culture of these people have survived in many ways in the Western World.
Tonight on Sat. May 31, 2014 on "NU Day" "Education, Miseducation, and Alternative Education" Students demonstrate in Newark and Camden NJ in protest of school closings and takeovers. BUT, When will we go back to focusing on having Our Own "independent" schools? ALSO: Now that the Occupy thing has died down, what's next? While foreclosures and evictions have taken place, nationwide, and many have felt the effects of what the banks and other exploiters inflicted upon unsuspecting citizens, the role that Gentrification has and is playing now is not only evident but extremely dangerous for the future of communities of African descent throughout the US
AND: Is it time for "BlacX Consciousness 21"? ABSOLUTELY !!! Learn more tonigt.
On the "LIVE LINE" Bro. Mongolisa and Sis. Cynthia Johnson
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