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What do our children have to be proud of as black children in America? We can fool ourselves and try and make believe we love being black but most black people in America, if they were honest with themselves, do NOT like being black in America.
Why would we like being black? What are the benefits, if any, of being black in America? Yeah! I know, some people say..."I love being black to make themselves feel better, but in reality, if they could change themselves to a different ethnic group...they would.
BLACK IN AMERICA
On September 22, 2013 during a romantic getaway to Myrtle Beach, Hollywood actors Dennis White and Cherie Johnson found themselves pulled over in Latta by two cop cars; the trip only got worse from there. Being Black in America is still an issue and tonight we had a “Voice for Justice” for Dennis and Cherie and all others mistreated and discriminated against for the color of their skin.
Dennis and Cherie - M.O.R.P.H. = The Movement Opposing Racial Peofiling & Harassment. www.themorph.org.
Learn more about Cherie at http://www.cheriejohnson.net/#!
Learn more about Dennis at http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1436194/resume?ref_=nm_ov_res
Learn more about us at http://nwcave.org/
Intro music: " As Days Go By" from ABC's Family Matters. Performed by Jesse Frederick. Music by: Jesse Frederick Bennett Salvay & Scott Roeme
The death of Trayvon Martin highlights profound questions of race, ethnicity, and reputation in America. Why did George Zimmerman call the police most every time he saw a black male in his neighborhood? What is the reputation of blacks males, and why?
We're bringing NERDY back! We will discuss our favorite nerdified content on BBC America that is fully devoted to all things Dr. Who, Orphan Black, and The Nerdist! If you're a geek that loves any or all of these shows, you don't want to miss this one!
Black America: Can you answer “The Tough Questions?
Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Author of "Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions" invites Black Americans to write their own stories. To be the keepers of their own history. To define their culture. To speak for their race. To contribute to the survival of Black America.
Visit www.AskingOurselvesTheToughQuestions.com to answer some of the questions found in the book and add questions that may possibly be added to the next book scheduled for publication March 2014.
Black America, it is time to get tough.
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Being black in America is something that alot of us have to deal with. What does it mean to be black in America from a female's perspective. This episode will explore the highs, lows, the obstacles and victories that black women go through. You don't want to miss this episode.
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