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In 1970, 70.3% of African-Americans between the ages of 20 and 54 were married. In 2008, it was less than 39.6%, according to the National Center on African American Marriages and Parenting. In 1960, 22% of African-American kids grew up in single-parent homes. As of 2013, 55% grew up without two parents. The breakdown of the black family is even greater than before. Join us in discussing African American Culture and how families have been impacted.
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According to The National Center on African American Marriages and Parenting, in 1970 70.3% of African Americans between the ages of 20 and 54 were married. In 2008, it was less than 39.6%. So can someone please tell me what happened to our black neighborhoods and the united black families who once occupied them? We'd like for you to listen and partake in this discussion on how the correlation and variance of these statistics have possibly plagued the future of our culture. Tune in for part II of this topic.
With the amount of kids being born out of wedlock, siblings not knowing/getting along with each other, single parent homes, lack of conversation, multiple entertainment avenues that are not indicative of family etc, it has me wondering about today's Black Families. What happened to the Black family? Are the black families better or worse than they were in previous generations, etc?
Terrorism on American soil didn't just start with the 911 plane crashes. The tragedy of entire neighborhoods being burned to the ground has happened, unfortunately, several times, with thriving African American communities having been attacked for building successful infrastructures of businesses, schools, hospitals, transportation systems, and homes where stable families raised good children. What happened? Today we examine some ugly historical and not-so-long-ago events, as a group of organizers make a trip to Oklahoma to revisit Black Wallstreet, with the hopes of rebuilding this great legacy in cities across America. Our first guest, Jerry Nicolas, reveals some shocking truths about the underlying intention of government agencies to destroy African American families. Later, we'll discuss the tragedy of Black Wallstreet, and other areas of American terrorism on Americans, such as Rosewood, and more recently, the Move massacre, and how those attitudes are manifested in todays police response to protests in Ferguson and Baltimore. What needs to happen in order for African Americans to build viable communities that will be protected and not purposely destabilized and destroyed? Our guests Jeffery Dawkins and Revin Fellows along with Illinois State Representative LaShawn Ford discuss their upcoming trip to Oklahoma to explore the possibilities.
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Join in the black radio as we examine Americas war on the black family!! Labor, law. Politics, religion, sex and war.. We be discussed in great detail! Also what should we do when we encounter police? And much more be in the house it's going down once again!!
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Her goal is to provide Educational Seminars and resources for victims and families dealing with domestic violence, mental and emotional stress, and substance abuse that weaken the family structure and values. These seminars are to help improve parenting skills, promote abstinence among our youth, and provide Christian counseling relating to family values and issues. To strengthen, encourage and motivate men and women. Strengthening the Families Outreach Ministries Programs airs on Tuesdays on Fresh Manna Our Daily Bread Blog Talk Radio.
Today’s Discussion: Issues of Life-Fatal Attractions That Destroys FAMILIES
Most families have had some horrific events that have almost left them without hope, caused their faith to waver in God, and challenge them beyond the limit of human endurance. What can be done to avoid fatal attractions to people who may appear to be harmless but whose venom is still poisonous. Listen to the “Live Broadcast” or the recorded segment anytime after the air date and learn to avoid Fatal Attractions.
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