• 02:40

    Pastor Ray Hagins Defends the Murder of Michael Brown & the "Homosexual" Overthrow of the Mike Brown

    in Politics

    While millions of Afrikans from around the world are tuned into the Mike Brown organizational movement, the smallhats and "homosexuals" have moved themselves to the front and are refocusing the energy of our youth.  While our young people are hitting the streets with the purpose of planning to wage war on the wicked terrorism of the blue shield, they are being fed "pro-homosexual" propaganda and being encouraged to support "gay rights." 


    In short, the white-sex offenders have taken over the Mike Brown movement from the front.  While our Brothers and Sisters are being shot and brutalized in the streets fighting for justice, the "homosexuals" are using their money and influence to take the attention off of police brutality and turn it towards vicious sodomy.  They are basically sodomizing the legacy of our Brother Mike Brown.

    Even Jesse Jackson recently begged the "homosexual" movement to come to the aid of the Brown family.  Mike Brown was a heterosexual, young Black man.  It is our resposibility as Black men and women to produce retribution for him - not some filthy sodomites. 


    Let's talk.

  • 00:46

    Blue Eyes on African American History

    in Politics

    Author Philip Reiss of Blue Eyes on African American History will be my guest on 12/7/14 @3pm EST.


    Our conversation will cover Philip's career and discussion about his book. We will also talk about the recent uprising in Ferguson Missourri and with Eric Garner.


    Until Bayard Rustin’s lecture in the fall of 1962, no other person had brought author Philip Reiss so far toward gaining an understanding of what it was like for African-Americans living as second-class citizens in this nation, which sponsors a pledge calling for “liberty and justice for all.”


    The Rustin lecture became Reiss’s point of departure on his quest to learn more fully of the African-American experience; it prompted him to become aware and to truly understand that the entire nation shared responsibility for the dilemma of deep-seated injustices that African-Americans constantly faced. In Blue Eyes on African-American History, Reiss provides an account of a white professor’s learning and teaching about African-American history from 1970 to 1999 at a SUNY community college.


    Reiss includes specifics of how and why he took on the challenge of teaching African-American history and discusses the historical events he deems critical for understanding of that history. His study relates the impact of economic exploitation facilitated by racism and how these twin evils are central to the African-American historical narrative.


    Along with factual history, this volume intersperses some of Resiss’s experiences as a young boy, as a young adult serving in the military, and as a professor teaching his course. It provides unique insight into a turbulent time in America.

  • 00:43

    Suspense Radio - with Louis Bayard

    in Books

    Suspense Radio welcomes Louis Bayard to the show to talk about his latest release "School of Night".  In "School of Night" Louis brings two decades together to expose one massive secret.  Louis continues to be one of the under estimated historical fiction writers today.  However he was named in People magazine as one of the top authors today.  Check out the behind scenes action of "School of Night" with Louis Bayard.  Time to get your fiction on!!

  • 00:59

    American Vernacular Midterm Madness 2014 continues...

    in Politics Progressive

    Today's topic: Midterm Madness 2014


    AV's Midterm Madness 2014 is in full swing and we want to be sure you are fired up and ready to vote. With voter suppression laws being struck down across the nation there has never been a better time for American people to show their solidarity and patriotism by voting for leadership that is inclusive and progressive. 


    American Vernacular invites you to tune in and join the conversation as we address the political, economic, social and cultural issues facing our nation from an urban perspective. Affectionately referred to as America's favorite "angry, black Woman" Sandra Booker hosts this hard-hitting and no holds barred show for the most provocative hour on internet-radio. Monday - Friday, 3:00PM PDT. 


    Join our "Remember in November" campaign to encourage all citizens to participate in the political process by registering to vote and VOTING in the upcoming midterm elections to ensure the strength of our democracy and make our nation a more perfect union. Your vote is your voice. 


    Visit us online at http://www.americanvernacular.org for information on upcoming guests and other special events. 

  • 02:48

    Civil Rights Movement Series - Slavery to Today & Beyond Pt. 2

    in Culture

    Please join us for our three part series on the Civil Rights Movement.


    Part 1 will discuss slavery to W.E.B. Dubois.


    Part 2 will discuss W.E.B. DuBois to the Poor Peoples Campaign.


    Part 3 will discuss the Poor Peoples Campaign to today and the future.


    While we strive to cover as much material as possible, this is not a comprehensive overview of these important events.  We challenge & encourage you to study beyond what is shared on this program. 


    To join the conversation, you can dial 310-982-4273 and press 1.  You can also Skype into the show by pressing the big blue S next to the telephone number at the top of the page.


    You can also set a reminder for this episode.


    Until then, take care...BFT

  • 01:56

    Say It LOUD: New Songs For Peace (Actually Old)

    in Politics

    Pacifica Radio Archives and The Polemic Consortium presents "Say It LOUD: New Songs For Peace."


    The Polemic Consortium is Mark Torres, Gomez, Bulldog
    Music composed by Gomez and Bulldog
    Mixed and produced by Mark Torres


    01. Ed Asner
    02. I Want All of My Daughters to be Like Maxine Waters (D-CA), Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)
    03. Damn Some Money - Muhammad Ali
    04. Bin Bush - Michael Moore
    05. Father Knows Best - Gore Vidal
    06. The Problems Have A History - Tariq Ali
    07. Afrodiva - Angela Davis
    08. Living in America - Fannie Lou Hamer
    09. The Gift - Thich Nhat Hanh
    10. Silence of the Media Lambs - Greg Palast
    11. Lily Tomlin
    12. Stephen Rhode / Maxine Waters


    13. Huey Newton
    14. Dr. Helen Caldicott
    15. Che Guevara, John Coltrane, Wounded Knee, George Jackson, Mumia Abu-Jamal
    16. Malcolm X, James Baldwin, Adriene Rich, Langston Hughes, Alice Walker, Angela Davis
    17. H. Rap Brown, Fannie Lou Hamer, Elijah Muhammad, Bayard Rustin, Rosa Parks, Paul Robeson, Jean-Bertrand Aristide
    18. Cesar Chavez, Dolores Huerta, United Farm Workers, Voice from the Chicano Moratorium
    19. Lily Tomlin

  • 01:30

    (A Repeat) SOUL FORCE IN ACTION-Bayard Rustin

    in Spirituality

    January 16, 2012 marks the celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We honor Dr. King and the many heroes and s'heroes of the Civil Rights Movement for their demonstration of SOUL FORCE IN ACTION. We particularly acknowledge Bayard Rustin, the hidden brilliant strategiest behind the Nonviolent Direct Action of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).
    Rustin was a co-founder of SCLS and he taught the principles and practices of Nonviolent Direct Action to Dr. King and  the key participants in the boycotts and marches between 1955 and 1968. Raised as a Quaker by his grandmother, Rustin was anchored in peaceful approaches to conscientious elimination injustice and inequality. As well, he traveled to India to explore the "Truth Force" (Satyagraha) practice of Mahatma Gandhi in the Indian Independence Movement.
    Dr. Hazzard discusses Bayard Rustin's SOUL FORCE/TRUTH FORCE tactics and his fundamental principle summed up in this Rustin quote: "To be afraid is to behave as if the truth were not true.”
    The crux of the conversation is "Activating Your SOUL FORCE as a Spiritual Activist.

  • 01:00

    That Time of Year Again- THE ESTEEM AWARDS

    in Entertainment

    Tonight, July 2, 2014, CWT4R co-host, Ina, Michelle and Terry will welcome back Esteem Awards Founder and Publisher of PrideIndex.com, Philip Esteem. Philip started working in the community with Black Pride (Chicago in 2005) he began networking and was being introduced to people that were doing good things in the community and never really recognized as they should have been. After a short time Philip founded the Esteem Awards and some of the pass awardees included organizations such as The Lambda Literary Foundation & GLADD as well as Youth transgender Eboni Warren Watts, Lori Branch, The gay Magazine, Gay Radio.com, Wanda Sykes, Sharon Bridgforth, GBM News.com, and our very own Michelle E. Brown, just to name a few. He also publishes PrideIndex which is a new flavor of web media sharing local information and national resources for the LGBTQ.THIS YEAR AWARDEES INCLUDE: Craig Johnson, Sanford E. Gaylord, David Bridgeforth of DBQ Magazine, Trisha Lee Holloway of Howard Brown, Simone Koehlinger, Gregg Shapiro of boi Magazine, brklynboihood.com, colorlines.com, The Trevor Project, About Face Theatre, The Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition (BRC), and Can We Talk For Real, Blog Talk Radio just to name a few. The ESTEEM AWARDS is awarding some of the LGBTQ best, Saturday at Sidetrack beginning at 2pm don’t be late. More diamonds in the LGBTQ Community, Learn  how you can nominate one you know for future awards.


    Call 347-215-8985 show starts at 10:30 eastern and 9:30 central. Press 1 to SPEAK

  • 00:31

    Pro fighter Melanie Lacroix

    in Sports

    After a six year absence from the sport, Melanie Lacroix is getting back in the cage at BAMMA USA March 8th. She will take on Brooksie Bayard in her return to the cage.


    We will talk to Lacroix about preparing to return to MMA, being a mom, and  shaking off cage rust. 

  • 01:35

    Saturday Wake Up Call - Rustin's Vision Behind MLK Dream

    in Spirituality

    Topic: Bayard Rustin's Vision Behind the MLK Dream March
    Bayard Rustin was the architect of the Non-Violent Direct Action tactics of the Civil Rights Movement in America and the engineer of the famous March on Washington. Bayard Rustin taught Dr. King, Dr. Abernathe and the rest of SCLC nonviolent direct action strategies, and he played the central role in organizing the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Rustin was kept in the background as some organizers considered him a liability because he was openly gay.
    Today, we look at the Vision Behind the Dream Dr. King spoke about and we ask this question:
    What is the difference between A DREAM, AVISION, AND AN ACT OF CREATION?
    We ask this in the context of remembering the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
    I believe a dream hovers, a vision focuses, and an act of creation brings the thing into reality.
    Join us to talk about what this means.
     

  • 01:04

    Love 101: Love and Tragedy

    in Culture

    Turquisha Peacock was a victim of child molestation and abuse, partner violence and one of the worst tragedies known to man -- the death of her 4-year-old girl Rahkel. After a gun went off inside a parked car where she had been sitting with two other children, Rahkel was shot and later died in Miami, Florida's Jackson Hospital.
    Listen to our interview with Turquisha Peacock and Roseline Bayard.
    Tasha Phipps is Miss Love 101, teacher, counselor and life coach extraordinaire. She and her sidekick Andre Harrison, author of From a Fatherless Father to his Sons, dole out Passion Tips of the Week and their frankest advice for lovesick twentysomethings. Need some love advice? Send your letters to tasha@newdmagazine.com

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