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  • 00:30

    Malik Music

    in Music

    This show will play all music made by Malik. A recording artist from Portland, Oregon.

  • 02:02

    MALIK ZULU SHABAZZ- INSIDE THE iNTERNATIONAL WAR AGAINST POLICE TERRORISM

    in Current Events

    Black Power Radio airs 8:00 pm est - Inside the front-lines on the International War against Police Terror


    the UN Human Rights Council chastised the US over its epidemic of police violence, discrimination, needless killings, and general neglect, following through with recommendations made in its first review in 2010.


    The Universal Periodic Review (UPR) takes place every four years to scrutinize the human and civil rights practices of each of the UN’s 193 member nations. Delegates from 117 countries took the opportunity to lambaste the US’ record of civil rights violations exacted by its brutal and racist police forces.


    We will explore this and what the New Black Panther Party has to say as a solution


    * Attorney Malik Shabazz President, Black Lawyers for Justice our special guest
    Live Q and A international discussion 646- 478-4447


    Monday NIght 8:00 pm est www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomordeath

  • 02:04

    Joel Gilbert Filmmaker To Discuss His Recent Interview With Malik Obama.

    in Politics

    Filmmaker and leader in getting the truth out, Joel Gilbert will be the guest.


    Joel Gilbert is the director and writer of the political documentaries, Dreams from My Real Father (2012), Atomic Jihad: Ahmadinejad's Coming War and Obama's Politics of Defeat (2010) and Farewell Israel: Bush, Iran and the Revolt of Islam (2008). Dreams from My Real Father was featured at the Republican National Convention in Tampa (2012). Atomic Jihad was screened at the CPAC Conference in Washington D.C. and won the Hudson Institute Film Festival in 2010.


    Joel Gilbert is a nationally recognized voice exposing Barack Obama's hidden background and Marxist agenda for America. He appears frequently on national radio shows including Michael Savage, Mike Huckabee, Monica Crowley, Alex Jones, Jerry Doyle, Jeff Rense, and Rusty Humphries Show. Gilbert is president of Highway 61 Entertainment in Los Angeles, and is a graduate of the University of London (London School of Economics and Political Science, School of Oriental and African Studies, BA 1986) and George Washington University (MBA 1991). Gilbert has also produced historic insider films on Bob Dylan, and is a contributing editor for www.familysecuritymatters.org. Gilbert has a "professional hobby", performing as Bob Dylan with original Bob Dylan band members in the world's only Bob Dylan tribute band, "Highway 61 Revisited".


    This will be an action packed show. Callers welcome.

  • 03:02

    Everything w/KathyB,Malik Bostic, Tammi Walker, Tem'Ti Sahu Ra, Minister Ed Ward

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us tonight for another amazing segment of Male Boxx Sundays as our Hosts welcome exciting and dynamic guests into the studio.


     6:15- Dr. Malik Bostic


    Dr. Bostic has served as an Educator of the Social Sciences in the Atlanta Metropolitan area for over 10 years.  As an educator, Dr. Bostic?? experienced a period of deep self-analysis.  He realized the failing trend in education is not necessarily within the dogmatic practices employed by the public education boards, but rather how individuals view themselves and others by what is taught.  Dr. Bostic realized an instructional approach that yields desired results needed to be implemented; an approach which focuses on the individual's role in learning, rather than the individual being categorized by the current standards of learning and production in the workplace.


    7:15 Tammi C. Walker & Tem Ti SahuRa


    Tammi has been able to maneuver through some very tough ordeals such as: surviving cancer twice, the passing of both of my parents, leaving an abusive relationship, etc. and feels in her heart that it is not what happens to us but how we respond to our challenges. 


    Tem Ti SahuRa


    As early as Tem's mid-teens & during his business college years, Tem followed an urge to understand ‘purpose,’ & how to heal if issues resulted from not fulfilling that purpose. The ending of a turbulent relationship became the catalyst for change that set Tem’Ti on his current path. 


    8 pm-Minister Ed Ward


    Join Minister Ward as he continues Part 2 of last weeks discussion, Standing In The Gap ll.


    Call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933.  You've heard it here from your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network.


     

  • 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.

  • 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.


     


     


     


     


     


     

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  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Today we will continue with the speech Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz on Feb. 13, 1965****"They call it a humanitarian project and that they're doing it in the name of freedom. And all of this, these glorious terms, are used to pave the way in your mind for what they're going to do. Then they take Tshombe. You've heard of Tshombe. He's the worst African that was ever born. The lowest type that was ever born. He's a murderer himself. He's the murderer of Lumumba, the former prime minister of--the first and only rightful prime minister of the Congo. He's an international--he's a murderer with an international stature as a murderer. Yet the United States government went and got Tshombe in Spain, and put him as the head of the Congolese government. This is criminal! Here's a man who's a murderer, so the United States takes him, puts him over the Congo, and supports his government with your tax dollars. Now--they hired him to occupy the position as head of state over the Congo--a killer! He is a hired killer himself! His salary's paid by the United States government. And he turns--his first move is to bring in South Africans, who hate everything in sight. He hires those South Africans to come and kill his own Congolese people. And the United States, again, pays their salary. You know, it's something to think about. How do you think you would feel right now if some Congolese brothers walked up to you--and they look just like you, don't think you don't look Congolese. You look as much Congolese as a Congolese does. They got all kinds of Congolese over there. How would you feel if one of them walked up to you and asked you about what your government is doing in the Congo.

  • 00:23

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    05/31/2015*****They use the press. That doesn't mean that all reporters are bad. Some of them are good… I suppose. But you can take their collective approach to any problem and see that they can always agree when it gets to you and me. They knew that were giving this affair--which is designed to honor outstanding Black Americans, is it not? You'd find nothing in the newspapers to give the slightest hint that this affair was going to take place. Not one hint.


    Why? You see, you have many sources of news. If you don't think that they're in cahoots, watch! They're all interested, or none of them are interested. It's not a staggering thing. They're not going to say anything in advance [about an event] that's being given by any Black people who believe in functioning beyond the scope of the ground rules that are laid down by the "liberal" element of the power structure. Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz 


    What constitutes a slave, this is the description of the White Establishment Government that oppresses us. "1. The descendants of all who were stolen by John Hawkins and others on the coast of Africa!  The law of heredity slavery, as defended by Henry Clay and Mr. Gholson, and as practiced by the entire community of slaveholders, identifies their slaveholding with the slaveholding of John Hawkins, and bases their claim of property upon his! If this is not so, the they are guilty of commencing the process de novo, and of kidnapping the innocent helpless infant  "upon their own hook!" This is called being born to a slave inheritance! This is the "innocent legal relation!" THE AMERICAN SLAVE CODE IN THEORY AND PRACTICE:.... WILLIAM GOODELL pp.272  This is what they would like for us to accept and this is what we wholeheartedly reject. No man should have the control over another mans life or posterity

  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Today we will discuss how the press has twisted the truth to creat these TRIAL BY THE PRESS cases of brutal Police Murders of Black People. I am going to try and broad cast from my iPad today, the show is going on the Road. My have a surprise for the audience.5/30/2015*******One of the shrewd ways that they use the press to project us in the eye or image of a criminal: they take statistics. And with the press they feed these statistics to the public, primarily the white public. Because there are some well-meaning persons in the white public as well as bad-meaning persons in the white public. And whatever the government is going to do, it always wants the public on its side, whether it's the local government, state government, federal government. So they use the press to create images. And at the local level, they'll create an image by feeding statistics to the press--through the press showing the high crime rate in the Negro community. As soon as this high crime rate is emphasized through the press, then people begin to look upon the Negro community as a community of criminals. Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz.THE AMERICAN SLAVE CODE in THEORY AND PRACTICE: its distinctive features shown by its statues, judicial decisions, and illustrative facts.WILLIAM GOODELL  2.)   Free peopled of color may be and continually are brought into Slavery, in this country, in a variety of ways. Some of these ways have been already specified, incidentally, while treating of other topics. Some will be specified hereafter. And they will be clustered together and averted again, in a chapter on "The Liberties of the Free People of Color."  In the mean time, the topic demands attention here, in our inquiry concerning the subjects of slavery, and we shall cite some particulars which need not be repeated again. 

  • 00:34

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

     


    No, since they federal government has shown that it isn't going to do anything about it but talk, it is a duty, it's your and my duty as men, as human beings, it is our duty to our people, to organize ourselves and let the government know that if they don't stop that Klan, we'll stop it ourselves. And then you'll see the government start doing something about it. But don't ever think that they're going to do it just on some kind of morality basis, no. So I don't believe in violence--that's why I want to stop it. And you can't stop it with love, not love of those things down there, no. So, we only mean vigorous action in self-defense, and that vigorous action we feel we're justified in initiating by any means necessary." Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz 1965. The idea here is that the Klu Klux Klan and the Police are the same force.