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Tune in tonight with ya girl MC Taz and special guest Alex Poetic Soul Johnson lgbtq spoken word artist debuting her new spoken word album Scattered Thoughts and giving us the low down on all poetry and word events in Lafayette, then stay around for our blonde boo yellah_boi14 giving you all he celebrity tea, gossip, and shade to put all the gayin ya day to kick off your Monday right!!!! 6467878636 or hit our social media Instagram @wearerainbowradio @mctaz_rainbowradio @yellah_boi14
Listen to the track record of shows and enjoy. Judge Wyld, Seattle's 1st Man, host of the The Judge Wyld Show on KAVD 103.1 FM is now on BTR. Judge Wyld rants on the many subjects that make your life shallow and stressful. Call in and clash ideas with Judge on Politics, Holidays, Relationships, Parenting, Spirituality, Life, Death, Health, Working, Job, Career, Music, Movies, Law and more! Judge Wyld reserves the right to be judgmental ABOUT YOU. Guaranteed that you are judging Judge Wyld right now!
Seattle's 1st Man, Judge Wyld, experienced talk show host extends his love and intelligence in short impromptu rants to uplift all parents, singles, churches, athiests, sports fans, teenagers, college kids, politicians, school boards, city councils.... Life deserves to be better through intellect and serious thought about why and what we are doing in all phases of life. Think about what you do. This program doesn't sell anything. It's not an infomercial for CDs or books or a spooky spiritual cosmic wacky fringe experience. It's talk from the heart with great passion to expose everyone to intellect and analyzing skills in every part of their lives. Learn early in life and apply intelligence and independent thinking throughout life... and have a blast doing it. FUN Humor Love. Judge Wyld
“He was one of the architects of the Black Lives Matter movement before there was a hashtag, His presence is no longer with us but his voice will remain echoed through the work we and others do in civil rights movement.” Clayola Brown, president of the A. Philip Randolph Institute
“Justice and equality was the mission that spanned his life – from his leadership of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, to his founding role with the Southern Poverty Law Center, to his pioneering service in the Georgia legislature and his steady hand at the helm of the NAACP,” President Obama said in a statement Sunday. “Michelle and I have benefited from his example, his counsel, and his friendship – and we offer our prayers and sympathies to his wife, Pamela, and his children.”
Tune in tonight MC Taz will be bringing you LGBTQ news and stories, also interviewing Adikus S. from the New Orleans chapter of Mr. Friendly organization. Catch this interview to see what is going on positive in Louisiana and how you can get involved. Yellah_boi also at 10 o clock with the celebrity tea gossip and shade you need to make your week!!! 6467878636 or click the link.... instagram: @wearerainbowradio twitter: wearerainbowradio facebook: rainbow radio
Last night I watched a documentary on PBS about Kennedy, Johnson, and the Civil Rights movement. A friend sarcastically observed that I probably think the civil rights movement was conservative and the white supremecists were on the left and that this would probably be the subject of my next book. I thought about it and, here goes!
How is it that the party of Lincoln, a party that led the way in opposing slavery, Jim Crow laws, lynching, the KKK, poll taxes, led the way on integration and voting rights for black Americans, and percentage wise, voted for the 1964 Civil Rights Act in greater numbers than Democrats is now only getting about 10% of the black vote?
Democrats say racism, but any objective observer would quickly discard that explanation given the significant number of popular black Republicans. If even a large percentage of Republicans were racist, certainly Allen West, Herman Cain, Clarence Thomas, Michael Steele, Tim Scott, Mia Love, Condi Rice, Thomas Sowell, Walter Williams, Star Parker, and Larry Elder couldn't exist, much less be popular with conservatives.So why do black people still vote overwhelmingly for Democrats?
Join us this Friday night as we discuss the Charleston Massacre and should Black people let it go and forgive without any asking of forgiveness from the killer or not. With exclusive interviews with a forgiving Christian pastor and 1 more exclusive interview. Hosted by Main Host Michael 6X, Producer/Host Khalifah Muhammad and Host Michelle X.
Tune in with MC Taz and Yellah Boi bring you all the Gay in your Day you need our guest will be the executive director of The Louisiana Equality Foundation and Louisiana's same sex marriage case ! We will cover the upcoming decision by the Supreme Court and how it affects us all!
A show dedicated to "True Life Experiences." The Extraordinary Journey of My Life "Excuse Me," with #BishopNorrisKAllenSr., & Author, one of the most amazing stories you will ever hear on MXMGBTR.
"In 1978 my wife and I talked about a change coming to America. We talked about having to fight for our civil rights all over again by year 2030. I have spoken with "three southern governors," George Wallace, Jimmy Carter and Lester Maddox.
While traveling to fight injustice all over the nation. I came face to face with the Ku Klaus Klan in the seventies in Decatur, Alabama. I served as a Marshal for the national holiday of Dr. King, and served as security for Mrs. Coretta Scott King for over 45 years. I participated in the "First National King Holiday."I called Mrs. Coretta Scott King the Queen of the Civil Rights Movement. I want the world to understand the "three powers that rule the world." I want to encourage the youth, and help them prepare for the future."
Bishop Norris & First Lady Gladys has been married for over 50 years! Congratulations on accomplishing such a milestone "Together!
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Tonight on Re-Evolution Radio's light upon light Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam continues his journey into the life of Malcom X, Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam has received critical acclaim for this biography on the late Malik Al Hajj Shabazz. Follow the journey as Imam Yusuf Abdus Salaam continues, to add up the events that shaped Brother Shabazz's life, as he uses synchronicities, etymology, and truth as his weapons you will not hear a biography on Brother Malcoms life quite like this anywhere else tune in and drop out. This as always is a beacon of light for the seekers.
1 - Our special guest this week is the Beautiful and True Revolutionary Ramona Africa of MOVE. Ramona Africa will be discussing the upcoming 30- year commemoration of the 1985 Bombing of the MOVE Family.
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