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What role does the black community play in this plight?
What can we do as a community to save our schools?
On this weeks show, we are going to discuss the relevance of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Back when Cheyney was established in 1837, the purpose of that school and the schools to follow were to educate what were then the African slaves and the newly freed slaves. It was to teach them trades in agriculture, teaching and nursing to name a few. Soon to follow were schools that focused on medicine and the law. HBCU’s have produced American historical giants such as Martin Luther
KIM GRIFFO, PRESIDENT OF UIU LINK IS OUR GUEST
One of the partners in the recently announced AIR.U initiative to build wireless broadband networks in college towns is the United Negro College Fund. UNCF plans to leverage this opportunity to put historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) on better footing with other colleges by building strong broadband infrastructure. Robert Rucker, VP of Planning, Budgets and Information Technology for UNCF, discusses plans to help AIR.U create guidelines and broadband pilot programs for the 500
Dr. Jahi Issa, Professor of African/African American Studies at Delaware State University, will discuss the systematic removal of African American administrators,faculty and students at historically black colleges and universities in the Age of Obama.
The greatest value of attending college, in addition to mastering information that can eventually evolve into a tangible skill, is learning that a vision and an accomplishment are seperated by hard work. However, one need not have attended college to know any of this. Ancestor El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz ( Malcolm X ) didn't pass the eight grade, yet he never lost a debate, even in the midst of Harvard scholars with Ph.Ds. Therefore, the question must be asked as to whether or not the faculty
Join your favorite radio host Liz Black as she interviews author and poet Titus Porter. Be sure to like him on facebook and email him at Golden98child@aol.com for more info.
Believe it or not there are Black female filmmakers who are creating horror films and have an eminent voice in the horror film community. Tananarive Due and Kristina Leath-Malin will be our guests as we discuss gender and race disparities in the horror film genre as well as current projects both filmmakers are working on and their mission to spread the word that Black women are making horror films!
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