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Previously broadcast July 15th & 16th, 2011
Black History Tours~ Live @ African American Heritage Tour
Listen to interviews with Dr. Sherry Dupree and Harris Rosen of the Rosen Hotel's who hosted the group.
This tour is designed to attract education professionals and other cultural history enthusiasts.
XO Jane contributor Chaka Cumberbatch raised eyebrows with her profound article about her experiences as a black cosplayer. She will discuss her experiences as a cosplayer and the stigma attached in the black community. Chelsea M the creator of Cosplaying While Black will be on the podcast, and Jamila Rowser from the Girl Gone Geek blog will also talk to us about women of color who adore the act of cosplay! This is one podcast you do not want to miss!
BGN will interview a panel of black coders in the tech industry. All types of coding to software programming, android and iPhone app programming, and so much more. If you are in the dark about what coding is all about, this is the podcast for you! We will also talk about how significant coding is to the black community and how this skill can enhance our culture.
Please join us as we discuss stereotypes and the victimization of black women.
What are some of the stereotypes of black women? Why are black women targeted? When did this begin? How do we change the narrative? The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show by clicking the big, blue S during the broadcast. You can also set a reminder for yourself by clicking the link, clicking reminder and set for a time most convenient for you. Time: 10AM PST/NOON CST/1PM EST.
This is B.T.
So, who is the Black Thinker? Just black people? Not hardly!
Maybe 20-30 years ago Black Thinkers were black people.
This show will talk about and take calls from listeners about how to maximize Black Thinker possiblities.
And, yes, Black Thinkers can Black, White, Puerto Rican, Asian, Indian and all ethnicities in between.
We will demonstrate why the Black Thinker has more potential than he or she might realize and, how Black Thinkers can harness their power and natural talent.
Don't miss this show and please feel free to call in and/or leave comments.
Today on the BLACK POLITICAL BUZZ broadcast we'll continue our discussion on the growing problem of Division w/in the BLACK American Community via BLACK ELITISM, & explore Solutions to repair this breach.
My topic is in response to how rudely CHARLES RAMSEY (a BLACK Man) was treated by BLACK ELITES who Disrespected him after he Courageously helped to FREE three Young Women & a little Child previously held Captive by Monstrous, Child Abductor/ Rapist ARIEL CASTRO.
Historically speaking, Well-educated BLACK People were not labeled as "BLACK ELITES", instead they were simply regarded as members of the American BLACK Community who sacrificed their lives and often endured extreme Racism while pursuing High School Diplomas & College Degrees.
In fact thousands of BLACK American Citizens walked miles & miles in the Hot Sun, Rain and sometimes in the Snow just to attend School because they knew that Education was their ticket to Liberty and Opportunity in this Country.
The late Dr Martin Luther King Jr was a Great Well-Educated BLACK Man, who Cared deeply about Education and used his Good Fortune to help Uplift the Collective BLACK American Community.
Dr. King knew the American BLACK Community was only as strong as the weakest link, thus he sought to erase weak links by working hard to help the entire BLACK Community become Self-Sufficient via Education & Opportunity.
The American BLACK Community has grown Cold, become very Selfish, Vindictive, Hateful & appear to be hell bent on destoying one another versus helping to Uplift our Collective Community
What factors created this rift among us?
Where did this Divisiveness come from?
How can we repair this rift among us and once again become a Strong, United people??