• 01:13

    “I Have a Dream” Season Finale Beverly Black Johnson with Malik Yoba

    in Culture

    Season One - Show II - I Have A Dream


    - Beverly Black Johnson with Malik Yoba  Malik Yoba co-starred opposite Terrence Howard in Fox's hip-hop industry drama pilot Empire. Abdul-Malik Kashie Yoba (born September 17, 1967), better known by his stage name, Malik Yoba, is an American actor and occasional singer.  Malik played Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, in Betty and Coretta.


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:32

    Ep 67 -YSS - Zayn Malik leaving One Direction

    in Youth

    In this episode Annie and Sarah discuss what to do if your child is distaright about the one directions spilt. They disucss, the good the bad and the ugly when it comes to Zayn Malik.


    Join Sarah Newton (www.sarahnewton.com) and Annie Fox (http://www.anniefox.com)  as they answer the fundamental question, what makes youth successful? What empowers them? What makes them want to change? Why do they behave the way they do and most importantly, how can we positively impact and influence them? Together, Sarah and Annie have over 40+ years experience in the youth field. Sarah, an ex-police officer in London, started her consulting business 14 years ago and is well known worldwide for her TV and radio work. Annie is a parenting expert who has been answering teen email questions since 1997. Join them on The Youth Success Show as these two seasoned experts  share their ideas, thoughts, perspectives and tools to help youth thrive.

  • 03:03

    Critical Discourse: Omawale El-Hajj Malik Shabazz (Malcolm X)

    in History

    As Saturday, February 21st. will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Brother/Minister/Revolutionary Malcolm X.


    Yet given his magnanamous impact, it was as if this was only yesterday.


    A rough and horror-filled childhood and aimless, early adulthood, set into motion his pathway to becoming a most excellent helper of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad and the NOI.


    But, it was the challenges that came with such a responsibilty and in many ways, a manifestation of what we as black people in America have become after slavery, that caused the bitter and unfortunate separation from the NOI.


    But being the man he was, molded in the finest steel and timbre, Malcolm remained committed to the struggle for Freedom, Justice and Equality, here in the DIaspora and abroad, in his desire to unify the Inigenous African with the African-American.


    On Critical Discourse, we will examine his life and legacy, never overlooking his devotion to Al-Islam añd his global, de-colonized mind, which even today, far outshadows the host of present-day charlatans, passing as leaders, commissioned to lead our people into the  morass of spiritual, moral and intellectual bondage.


    For what we learn about the life and death of Omawale Malik Shabazz, helps us to appreciate our own past, present and future.

  • 02:00

    Music & Moor With Latifa Ali, Omar Abdul Malik

    in Art

    Latifa Ali is a film and radio producer who brings various guest and discussions to the airwaves addressing the creative arts of the day. Omar Abdul Malik, the Cambridge Center for the Study of Religion and Public Policy.

  • 02:00

    The Mind of Tek

    in Radio

    Tonight on Re-Evolution Radio we bring to The Mind of Tek. Join sister Tek Amoya and her Co-Host Brother El Fuser and Brother Malik and a very special guest as they bring to you the topic of abortion. Join us as we discuss this very controversal topic and share your opinions with us. Re-Evolution Radio is on every night at 10p.m est. #TuneinandDropout

  • 01:58

    NBA, MLB, NHL, & Indie Music - Powered by 'I Am The F---ing Mob' on Amazon

    in Sports

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  • 01:15

    You are pretty for a dark girl: Colorism

    in Religion

    Join Dr. Malik Raheem with his special guest, Br. Malik Aziz. The conversation will be a detailed discussion on the issue of Colorism. Are individuals who are lighter complexion more attractive, intelligent, and moral. Join the discussion: (646) 649-1116. I will be broadcasting live on the air, 1/31/2015, 3pm pst, 5pm cst, and 6pm est! Listen in athttp://tobtr.com/s/7298459. ?#‎BlogTalkRadio?. This will be a detailed discussion on the issue of Colorism. Are individuals who are lighter complexion more attractive, intelligent, and moral. Join the discussion: (646) 649-1116. 

  • 01:58

    Re-Evolution Radio presents G14 Classified

    in Radio

    Tonight on Re-Evolution Radio's "G14 Classified" Brother Malik discusses, the destruction of the family life and the ideology behind it in this new millenial generation. This promises to be a very intriuging discussion, join Brother Malik and his panel as they shed light on G14 classified.

  • 00:45

    Intersectionality of Race, Religion, and Gender: Islam in Black Community

    in Religion

    During this chapter of the journal of Dr. Malik Raheem, I will discuss what Islam means to the Black community. Unfortunately, the voice of African American Muslims is silence by mainstream media. I will be joined by Maryam “Umm Juwayriyah” Sullivan. She is an American Muslim poet, novelist, playwright, journalist and performance artist. Sullivan’s novel The Size of a Mustard Seed is the first published Islamic Urban fiction title. Join the conversation at (646) 649-1116. 

  • 00:57

    Interpersonal Relationships: Attachment Styles and other relationship issues

    in Religion

    This show will discuss attachment styles and how these influences our relationships. Dr. Malik Raheem will discuss theories rooted in psychoanalytic thought, the treatment of couples using an object relations approach is based in the idea of the power of the unconscious.  Unresolved childhood concerns, still “lurking” in the unconscious effect present choices..with guest speaker Dr. Gadsden.

  • 02:03

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PANAFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    This weeks show will be about the formation of new groups that wish to be a part of building a nation for African Americans.   The PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT  has gained momentum over the last 30 years.  From the time Malcolm, El Haji Malik Shabazz started the mirror image of the Organization of African Unity, the Organization of Afro-American Unity, the support is overwhelming that is given by the Africans who live in America. After leaving the Nation of Islam El Haji put all of his influence over the Nationalist and the Muslims who followed him to form the Organization of Afro-American Unity. His words and Ideas still ring true, and no matter what has been said or done to our Beloved Leader we continue the struggle. These were his words to us on June 8, 1964 three moths after leaving. "So it was our intention to try and find out what it was our African brothers were doing to get results, so that you and I could study what they had done and perhaps gain from that study or benefit from their experiences. And my traveling over there was designed to help to find out how. " If we do not go to Africa and study how they have achieved their results, the only way we can build a nation is to study Nation building. It is illogical to declare you a Nationalist if you are ignoring these facts. Should we continue the Movement by reviving the OAAU  "Barely a month after his selection, Mr. Carmichael, then just 25, raised the call for black power, thereby signaling a crossroads in the civil rights struggle. Increasingly uncomfortable with Dr. King's resolute nonviolence, he sensed a shift among some younger blacks in the direction of black separatism. Many were listening sympathetically to the urgings of Malcolm X, who had been assassinated a year and a half earlier, that the struggle should be carried out by any means necessary." 


     


     


     

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