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TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT Tonight as we welcome Professor Biko Agozino, healer, author and Professor of Sociology and Africana Studies at Virginia Tech University.
Originally from Nigeria, Biko is truly an Igbo Renaissance man. Biko was inducted into the ancient African healing arts as a child by his parents who were priests and healers. His subsequent training in scientific research methodology enabled him to observe bio-feedbacks and discover effective drug-free methods for preventing many ailments.
In addition to Biko's roots in the art of healing, he also has a foundation in Sociology, Criminal Justice and African Studies. Some of his international literary works are Counter Colonial Criminology: A Critique of Imperialist Reason, Editorial: Control Freak Criminology and A.D.A.M. Africana Drug-Free Alternative Medicine. He also served as a professor at The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago. See his curriculum vitate here.
In the book A.D.A.M. and during this engaging interview he will share insight on the art of listening to your body, the roots of disease and the art of keeping healing simple.
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People that have been told that they must take medication for the rest of their life. The imprisoned that have health concerns. Medical Students Truthseekers Nature Lovers Like always, have your pen and paper ready.
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As our Special Guest will be Stephen Biko, Entrepreneur, Visionary and Revolutionary, we are working to free our people, but we first have to free our minds. Stephen is a Problem Solver and he is looking for other Problem Solvers. Are YOU a Problem Solver? Interested?
Then you DO NOT want to miss this!! Call in 347-857-1759
Problem Solvers United (PSU) 10-10-50 https://www.facebook.com/groups/430040900383993/
The gold exterior circle represents The Universal Principles that all humanity knows and respects. The black circle represents Black people from all areas and walks of life. The black arrows coming into the center, represent the problem solvers bringing their various skills, talents and intelligence into performing 10-10-50 every month! Our unified efforts is what produces the green arrows coming from the center and representing life, growth, development and progress on a mass level. The red background represents our struggles, the blood of our people that has and continues to be shed under oppression. It's a clear reminder of the cost that's been paid and the debt and duty we owe to our Ancestors and our most valuable resource as a people, Our Youth and Future! Let's Make Black History with 10-10-50
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Class is in Session now listen in and learn.........Truth has come ti you~
Steven Biko said "Being black is not a matter of pigmentation but a reflection of a mental attitude." What is a mental attitude= a complex mental state involving beliefs and feelings and values and dispositions to act in certain ways. Now we must define, what is our mental attitude that will reflect our true Nature and our true self? Being Black to me is being God! It’s living beyond the scope of our oppressor and into the life we were created to be in the beginning. It's finding and restoring our righteous mind. We are the first people in our God's creation we are his children, just as Black is not a color it is the essence from which all color comes! We are the original people we are Gods but we live and die like mortals! Truth has come to you~ Maurice D Muhammad
Leaders are not born they are made by hard effort” a quote by Vince Lombardi. Join CWT4 when two up incoming leaders Brent Hamlet and Cherno Biko talk about the issues and that they are passionate about. These young people have joined the movement to bring about change and awareness in the LGBT Community. They will talk about the growing movement among young people who will take the reins and keep it alive. Brent Hamlet prides himself on being a dedicated agent of change. His particular interests range from but are not limited to LGBT issues, Women issues and Voter issues. Brent wants to makes sure the voices of the young people are heard through registering people to vote. Also joining CWT4R is Cherno Biko Actor, activist and (now) writer is a first-generation Columbus native and a graduate of Ft. Hayes’s Black Box Theatre Company. She comes from a long ancestral line of human rights advocates, most notably, Uncle Steven Biko, who founded The Black Consciousness Movement. As such, this legacy of activism seems inherent to Cherno’s DNA.Cherno has spent time helping to make campuses safer places than in class, by facilitating LGBT panels, Gender and Sexuality 101 Workshops and Safe Zone Trainings. She has and currently is working on issues that are affecting the Transgender community. Cherno serves as a member of Trans People of Color Coalition, The National Black Justice Coalition, and The National Center for Transgender Equality, Cherno also is a life-long member of the NAACP. Believing and living the vision of TransOhio, Biko is dedicated to making the world a safer place for all people to live authentically.
Join PSU Reality Radio tonight with hosts Stephen Biko and The 5'4" Giant Gethro Dalce, along with other members of Problem Solvers United as we discuss this timely theme and vital question. It's been said that The Revoltion will not be televised and now we've heard that The Revolution will be televised. So which one is it? Is it the Revolution or the Re-Evolution. Listen in and find out for yourself. Our critical condition as a Global People dictates some analysis and affirmative actions, to put in place lasting solutions to our community problems. The Problem Solvers among Us must Unite! For more info on PSU and the S.aving O.ur S.elves Plan contact us: email@example.com or 404-840-7332
Tonight: Wed. December 25, 2013 on "NU Day": Elder Exploitation: Black/African elders/seniors in our communities, nationwide, have become victims of gentrification, manipulation, and other violations of their civil and human rights. Who will stand up for them? Hear tonight how one group is doing that and how you can get involved. ALSO: The New "Jimika" Crow: Why there is an increase in the incarceration of women of African descent, nationwide, and why there is so little interest in the academic world as well as in the social justice activist and advocates arenas. AND: We continue our tribute to Steven Biko and provide insight into the "NU Black Consciousness Movement" that is rising up in the US
Tonight Mon. Dec. 23, 2013 on "NU Day" Continuing our tribute to Steven Biko and the dialog on the Black Consciousness Movement, yesterday and today. Also: What is: The New "Jimika" Crow and why is the mass incarceration of women of African descent played down. AND:
Elder Exploitation and Abuse: How can we help to better protect our elders from losing their homes and being taken advantage of?
Tonight: Sun December 22, 2013, a "Special Edition" of NU Day. A tribute to Steven Biko.
And: Bringing in the Winter Solstice and How You Can Tap into some of its Positive Benefits.
Also: The New Jimika Crow: The New Target and Plan for Mass Incarceration of Women of African Descent in the US
sPOLITICAL ANIMALS--The political godfather of gay rights--Mayor Richard Daley Sr.
BIKO--The forgotten South African opponent of Aparthaid--Author --"BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL!"
The Book of Matt--Self identified gay author exposes the media and political fraud perpetrated in the Matthew Shepard brutal drug fueled murder
Derzinsky--Bloody Felix--the creator of Communist Russia's CHEKA-NKVD-KGB SECRET POLICE
December 20th Births -deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
TOPIC: Nelson Mandela's Unfinished Reconciliation
I am struck in this moment by the simplicity of our view of historic icons and the challenging complexity of a true analysis of their impact beyond the symbolic. In many ways, Winnie Mandela did more to bring an end to Apartheid than Nelson Mandela if truth be told. That is not to negate his profound importance in a delicate moment of transition in South Africa. I doubt than anyone except President Mandela could have kept the Peace and initiated a yet unfinished process of reconciliation. Still, there were so many foot soldiers from ambulance drivers who secreted rebels out of the country when needed to maids and hosts of children and teenagers who sacrificed their education, plus Walter Sisulu, Oliver Tambo, and Steve Biko; from journalists, the US Congressional Black Caucus and university students demanding divestiture to international human rights organizations, President Nyerere of Tanzania, leaders in Nigeria, and the people of Zambia. And there were many more yet unnamed. Nonetheless, we duly honor a great soul and a powerful symbol of universal rights and human dignity. Madiba Mandela shall forever remain the icon of change in South Africa. Such a change, no doubt, can only happen with the collective will and action of a people, not a single person. "Amandla!" (Power) "Awethu" (to us, the people) And we salute him still.
Tonight: Wed. September 18, 2013 on "NU Day"
The ONLINE "Black Women's POWER" Forum and Pre-Political Convention Strategy Sessions Continues (Sept. 15-22, 2013) Tonight's topics will include The MWM BLACK PRINT " IN THE BLACK" and The BBB-Co, EconomicFinacial Developmetn and /Holistic Wealth Building for Africans in the 21st century in North America and Beyond.
AND: How Can The UNity of Black/Africana Women Help Change The Present Destructive Behavior and Course in Our Communities?
Also: Tribute to Steven Biko: The Connection Between the US System of Attempted Global Off White Supremacy and South African Apartheid