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On tonight's episode we will discuss the rise in Baltimore !!!
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Tonight on the Porch we will be discussing the perceptions of Black America vs the Realities that we face. Can we acknowledge the differences between ceremonial accomplishments and true tangible gains that will have long lasting and fruitful impacts on the lives of Blacks in America, or just a select few (Boule?)? We will continue the dialogue about white fear and whether or not there is a legitimacy to it as it has become a popular talking point since this outburst of unarmed Black People being maimed and shot down in the streets of America. These topics and more will be discussed tonight on the Porch!
So, make sure that you tune in to this episode of From the Front Porch with Professor Carl Tone Jones on The Initiative Radio Network at (914) 803-4571 at 6:30pm Est Friday evening.
You can also listen to the live broadcast by clicking on the link below. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mauricemuhammad/2015/04/24/from-the-front-porch-with-professor-carl-tone-jones
Too many times are our women and men both getting played.
Maybe if yall knew the signs of a what a player really is you’ll be able to stay away from these type of people.
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This broadcast will get into the black theology & what it means! Dr. Khallid Muhammad teaches us that whatever you believe or practice, you must develop it from a black theology perspective. He said, " we must build a black united front" a
THE SCLC : Rev Samuel Mostellar, who is the head of the Georgia chapter of the Southern Christian
Leadership Conference (SCLC), has called for Black families to arm themselves against police violence. The irony comes because SCLC was founded by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to help promote social change through nonviolent tactics, frowning upon not just violence, but armed resistance of any kind. Then was suspended
Disgustingly Racist Ferguson Emails
John Hopkins University is under fire for a controversial research study they conducted 65 years ago that allegedly infected hundreds with various s*xually transmitted diseases.
Mumia Abu Jamal in Medical coma & more
We must look into the factors of why black unity has escaped our people & what we must do to put it back together.
We will go through the 10 point program
Dr Khallid Muhammad said " If i'm dead an gone, carry it on!"
Our Guest tonight : David Anderson
David is an Entrepreneur in Atlanta, GA and a 15 year radio veteran. David’s company ENTREPRONEGRO INTERNATIONAL, LLC produces a program entitled “BLACKANOMICS” which is a Business Finance Talk Hybrid in which guest can call in and talk directly to people that are successful in a variety of Business areas. The entire show is step up to exchange entrepreneurial ideas and concepts on a global level. “BLACKANOMICS” not only opens up the can of worms but it spearheads an economic revolution which is taking place in the birth place of civil rights… Atlanta, GA.
NEW BLACK PANTHER RADIO SHOW : LISTEN TO THE BLOGTALK
MONDAY 8PM EST WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM/FREEDOMORDEATH
TOPIC " REVERSING THE DEGENERATION OF TODAY'S MUSIC INDUSTRY"
GUEST - KENNY GAMBLE- Kenneth Gamble, legendary Soul, Funk and Disco producer/songwriter. Inducted into Rock'N'Roll Hall Of Fame in 2008
"Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff were the architects of the Philly Soul sound. Working jointly on songwriting and production, they made Philadelphia the capital of soul music in the Seventies. Gamble and Huff generated a profusion of soulful hits that had a colorblind appeal. They worked with the O’Jays, Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes, the Intruders, the Three Degrees, McFadden & Whitehead, Jerry Butler, Lou Rawls, Dee Dee Sharp, Phyllis Hyman and others. Their biggest hits, topping both the R&B and pop charts, were jazz singer Billy Paul’s “Me and Mrs. Jones”; the O’Jays’ “Love Train”; and the Soul Train theme, behind 15 gold singles and 22 gold albums (8 of which went platinum)."
Well Organized Lie Defeats a disorganized truth Every time