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The Willie Lawson Show - Today we talk about the marginalization of Black Republicans by GOP leadership throughout the country. https://secure.piryx.com/donate/lVpOxuI3/TheWillieLawsonShow/jan
“You may have noticed that all the Nigerian email scammers have become a lot less active lately,” Cruz joked, according to the Houston Chronicle. “They all have been hired to run the Obamacare website.” Obviously Senator Cruz, the Tea-party joker, thinks Nigerians are the cause of the glitch on Obamacare website. We have a lot to say about this nonsense.
We ask you to tune in Saturday October 26, 2013 for this two hour episode from 9:00 A.M -11:00 AM. If you are Nigerian or an African sick of this effort at marginalization of an African nation, then join us in the conversation. Enough already! You cannot miss this episode!
We've seen the news, heard the lyrics in songs and can only imagine what the parents of Trayvon Martin are going through at this very moment. We have to become more conscious of how the music industry, news and silver screen help to reduce the value of the lives of our young black men.
In my discussion with black men, I've come to the realization that they deal with so much so where do they go to talk, to become vulnerable and to be given the respect of manhood. Where do we go from here in the uplifting of our men, the education of a younger generation and standing up for what's right?
Q: Does the dominant, very consistent negative portrayal of the black male contribute to the way our culture is perceived by others as well as we see ourselves?
Q: Do these images that incite fear, hatred and anger serve to further endanger our youth?
Q: Does the aspect of your child "fitting the description" give an armed individual (that is not a law enforcement officer) the authority to stalk, interrogate or detain your child?
Join your Real Talk Family, Host LaTonya Washington, Co-Host Tshombe Tshanti; Docs on Hand Dr. Monica and Dr. Ryeal "Relationship Coach" Sims, our chat room moderate, Juacclyn Nikol along with our special guests and YOU as we delve into the deep....
History is again repeating itself. In the constant battle to divide and conquer the black race and build the steady rise of self-hatred we see the marginalization of men and women of darker skin and the rise of those who are lighter into positions of power and influence.
With this mixture of one lack parent households does this give the power that be an ally and buffer between the races?
Color, as defined by the European in every medium, has continued to influence every other race on the planet, particularly the darkest of us.
From black enslavement until today the old adage; White is right, brown stick around, yellow is mellow and black get back still rings true. The rise of our own prejudice has again manifested itself as the poison it has always been, dividing our people into mulattos, quadroon and octoroons popularized in Louisiana and Florida.
Some black men will choose wither a white or light woman who does not look like his dark-skinned mother not because of love, but because of a deep revulsion of the very womb that birthed him.
Some black women as if reacting to the snub have decided to lighten their children's chance by having babies by white men and other's to fulfill the myth of color and the access to success.
Why do Puerto Rican shun their black heritage?
Why do those from the Dominican Republic consider themselves more Spanish than black?
Why are so man Mexicans leaving their black Abuelita in the closet?
Have we been programmed to hate our seed?
Why does every woman want to look like Beyonce?
Would we have the first African-American President if he looked like Michael Jordan?
While white woman are trying there best to look like a black woman, why are we rejecting our lips, hair and body types?
Do we believe white is right?
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Wednesday, July 31, 6pm EDT:
Tonight's show is composed of two parts. For the first part, Drs. J.J. & Desiree Hurtak will be joining Mitchell to discuss the current global environmental situation as well as the marginalization of indigenous groups, especially in and around the Amazon Rainforest.
Jean Houston will be a guest for the second part of this week's show to discuss Social Artistry and her last book, The Wizard of US, at an extravaganza event in Morningside Heights on The Wizard of Oz at the Palace of Cultural Arts on August 3rd in NYC.
It is to benefit under-served children from the surrounding areas and promises to be a glorious happening. United Palace of Cultural Arts,, 4140 Broadway at 175th Street. The suggested donation is $25. You can Listen on-line at www.abetterworld.tv Or listen by phone! 602 753-1860
On the show today Jay talks about the Trayvon Martin case, public prayer, the marginalization of conservatives, an atheist monument (?) and more.
News, Politics, Current Events and Opinion from an unapologetically Christian-Conservative viewpoint.
This past week several mainstream media showed their true hearts and colors when they viciously attacked Chief Theresa Spence. Tried to fan flames to get peaceful protests to escalate, made snotty commentary of no value other then stroking their own egos and trying to under handily incite hate against First Nations and even Youth. Like past uprising and protests, it is the kids that are responding and emerging as leaders. Which is a good thing. Older generations play other roles, as educators
The Republicans find thier divisions newly revealed in the raw. By exposing the party's vulnerability to potent demographic shifts, The 2012 results have set the tone for the all exclusive party catering to white males, and marginalizing communities of color. This idealology cost the party the election. In an effort to revamp the party's image..Now they are finally forced to deal with America's changing demographics.
This week Dr. Elvira will speak with Gina Stracuzzi, founder of e-Women: International Mentoring Network. They will discuss the importantce of supporting the capacity of women to succeed.
Ms. Stracuzzi worked in marketing communications for the commercial and nonprofit sectors, in U.S. and Europe for many years before deciding to do something different. She was motivated to make this change after adopting her daughter, Talia, from Guatemala and experienceing a country so rich in natural beauty yet struggling with vast poverty and inequities. This left an indelible impression, and guided Ms. Stracuzzi to a career change and fueled her desire to someday help her daughter understand the hardships people in her birth country face. After researching projects and efforts underway at the time to help Guatemala and its people, she came to understand that like a lot of developing countries, Guatemala is a class-driven society in which marginalization, poverty and chronic malnutrition are grimly interconnected. She decided to pursue a career in Global Health Communications by obtaining a graduate certificate in Global Health.
Since then, Ms. Stracuzzi has been working in the health and development field and as a coach to health professionals from around the world. She has traveled to Guatemala professionally, giving her additional opportunity to experience the country and its people more intimately.
Most recently Ms. Stracuzzi started e-Women:International Mentoring Network which provides coaching and mentoring to women in developing countries, like Guatemala, who are starting businesses and careers. Driven by the belief that when a person is mentored, two people grow, eWomen also gives the women who volunteer their time as coaches and mentors the opportunity for a rich and rewarding experience that has a direct impact on the life of another woman.
Having a productive conversation about privilege with someone who doesn’t know what that means is difficult to say the least.
When people first learn about privilege, it can often lead to feelings of defensiveness, denial, or guilt – none of which are helpful to addressing intersectional systems of privilege and marginalization.
Based on Everyday Feminims' article, How To Talk To Someone About Privilege Who Doesn’t Know What That Is, Jamie Utt will talk about how some common challenges people face when discussing privilege.
True Racism? Who's calling the kettle black? We will cover the playing of the race card and what marginalization and race-baiting have to do with this government's agenda, and the controversies in our every-day tackling of issues. Obsessing on race-- IS RACISM.
OUR COMMON GROUND with Janice Graham "Speaking Truth to Power and Ourselves" Tonight: Suzanne Brooks, Author, Activist discuses her new book, "The Constrctive Extermination of Women of Color; Consequences of Perpetual Socio- Economic Marginalization" Suzanne Brooks, is an author, activist and musician. The book, "The Constructive Extermination of Women of Color : Consequences of Perpetual Socio-Economic Marginalization" examines the unique