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Tonight: "The Soul of Black Folks: Rediscovering A Critical Truth" Guest: Dr. Tommy J. Curry
Professor of Philosophy, Critical Race Theories and Africana Studies
"Transforming Truth to Power, One Broadcast At A Time"
Solutions, ideas and notions of the critical issues facing the Black community so that " . . . it may Achieve itself". We present serious Black scholars, philosophers, thinkers, activists and grassroots leaders of our time. Informed and forward looking discourse in a safe sanctuary for "Black truth".
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Dr Ouida Harding chats with Liz Black about her up incoming curise Worship on the Waters Nov 7th- Nov 9th on the beautiful Norwegian Gem. There will be seminars, a talent show, get fellowship and so much more. To book your cabin call 212-330-8177
For this show we introduce you to the very talented Jackie Gray. Emerging artist, Jackie Gray, brings a combination of sultry vocals and piano mastery to her debut album, creating a genre all her own. An authentic singer/songwriter, Gray’s music is a tribute to the vintage-era songstresses of the past. Her soulful yet torch/jazz-inspired voice has a timeless sound that was made for both an antique gramophone and a modern radio.
A Nashville transplant, Gray ventured from Seattle to the Music City in 2011, originally anticipating breaking into country music. After teaming up with 27-year music veteran and producer, Jim Reilley, she spent the last several years crafting a style that blends decades and genres into one sound.
With smoky, impassioned singing and an updated nod to the great musical standards, Jackie weaves a tapestry of intelligent lyrics and delightful original ,yet familiar music. Host Mitch Ruth, will ask Jackie about the journey to her unique style, the differences between making music in the Pacific North West and Nashville, and what is coming up in her musical career. Mitch may also get to ask the fabled question, "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it; what is the best beginner piano method book to use with a six-year old?"
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Jackie Gray Kickstarter Campaign https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1304472801/the-jackie-gray-kickstarter-campaign
Jackie on Spotify https://play.spotify.com/artist/7G8Pe8fcuBJIOBkZa9XKsi?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open
Jackie Kallen stops by to discuss favorite boxing movies as well as her experience as the first U.S. female boxing manager. Kallen was the inspiration for the main character in Against the Ropes, starring Meg Ryan, Tony Shalhoub and Omar Epps. Adding to the fun, BTR hosts Wacko Bob, Chuck Skull and Chris Dinkins plan to call in and share their picks for "best boxing films."
With so many exciting movies about boxing available now, it will be interesting to see which motion pictures these four guests will pick as the cream of the crop. Amond the contenders are such films as Ali, The Boxer, Cinderella Man, The Fighter, Girlfight, Hard Times, The Hurricane, Million Dollar Baby, Raging Bull, Resurrecting the Champ, Rocky and Someone Up There Likes Me.
Bill has been rather vocal related to Black people in america and what ails us, he has been held up by white america for the things he has said, denigrating and putting down the people who supported him to the place he sits. Still He is a Black man, does he not deserve our support?
Why suddenly the witch hunt, why has white america chosen THIS time to bring this forward, is it Distraction from the Mike Brown case??
How about the OJs and Bill Cosbys that have seemingly abandon their own once they sat at the table of whites, do these people still deserve our support or do we let them get chewed up by the master they snuggled beneath?
TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show Thursday, Nov. 6th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST with host Michael Imhotep. We’ll air our interview with Dr. Claud Anderson, author of “Black Labor, White Wealth”, “PowerNomics” and featured in “Hidden Colors 2”. We’ll discuss The Black Freedmen – Indian Treaty of 1866 and how to play the game of Politics to WIN.
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Ish just got real. This week the Black Geeks review the 3rd installment in The Hunger Games franchise, "Mockingjay - Part 1", directed by Francis Lawrence. It's all out war for Jennifer Lawrence's Katniss Everdeen as she becomes the official symbol of the Districts' rebellion against The Capitol. Featuring a very strong supporting cast, including the late, great Philip Seymour Hoffman, Mockingjay-Part 1 is a bona fide action flick replete with explosions, psuedo-military combat jargon, and a very high body count. Tune in today at 3:30 and find out if this is worth your $16 or you should wait till it's streaming on Netflix in 3 months.
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