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Amapola Dry are an Electro Tango project based in New York City. Originally from Buenos Aries, Sofia Juan & Martin Fuks talk about their journey with the Tango. Amapola is mystery, passion and vaudeville. Music from the planetary suburbs - About love and disappointments. Of mixed races by nature, Amapola Dry music drinks from the corners of the world to create its own and personal folk, a merge of different tendencies and cultures.
Finally, the Black Business Man self realizes, and accepts the mantle from a group of our entrepreuneurial ancestors here in America. Oklahoma in the late 1800's gives yet another bittersweet slice of history: a thriving town for black business is destroyed, literally, as a false accusation of a white woman against a black professional ends in the utter destruction of an economic infrastructure.
After over a century of delibitating socio-economic blows, the black community now rises from these ashes like a Phoenix, and taps into both the Spirit and Socio-Economic inheritance and influence left to us by entrepreneurs of a bygone era, but with a message more relevant today than when they were at their pinnacle; we are introducing and implementing the principles of Dr. Claude Andersons POWERNOMICS, as well as presenting Spiral Funding in an effort to manifest Economic Justice, bringing forth a more successful and competitive black-america.
So tune in and join us on our mission of discovering what has driven us in our money-making efforts. We are embarking on completing the RE-CREATION of that thriving economic center, on a National and International level as we reconnect with having businesses from MORE INDUSTRIES that cater to US, and as we expand into the Motherland - economically. Black Wall Street International is sounding our trumpet, and calling all cars, to join us in re-making and remodeling our hearts, minds, communities and BANK ACCOUNTS and bringing back in real - time, the neighborhoods, businesses and marketplaces built BY BLACKS, for BLACKS. This is a modern-day expression of commUNITY, decent values and the success from COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS of GETTING PAID as a people!
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Join your favorite radio host Liz Black as she interviews author and poet Titus Porter. Be sure to like him on facebook and email him at Golden98child@aol.com for more info.
Please join us as we discuss black pain, humanity, stereotypes, and misconceptions.
Am I not human?
Do I not feel pain?
Do I just hide it well?
Sometimes I cry...
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