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The church at large is still growing. We make mistakes. We sin. But we also repent and are changed by the grace of God and the power of the Holy Spirit. We as the church are broken people. As broken people the only way we can be fixed is to have the Holy Spirit reveal the areas in our lives that need to be healed and fixed. King David had this kind of attitude. David committed adultry (broken) but in Psalm 139:23-24; He says Search me, O God, and know my heart. Try me and know my thoughts, and see if there is any unrighteous way in me, and lead me to the way everlasting. David wanted to be righteous but he knew only God could expose his heart. White Christians rarely talk openly about racism, particularly their racism. Yet it exist. All predominately White churches should have a healthy discussion concerning racism. And if necessary,repent, for their racism. In the context of Christian love, the Civil Rights movement should have been sparked by White Christians. They should have called for equality for blacks and any oppressed people.The bible say's we are all one in Christ. Today's show will talk about why there is still racism in the Body of Christ and what we can do.
The Enlightenism light continues to shine brightly on this hot button discussion on Spiritual Racism. Join Malcolm as he continues to shine light on the darkness of racism and its corollary affects on your spiritual development. #ourpowerlieswithin
Malcolm Kelly: Power of Mind Radio - "Power of Enlightenism to Overcome Spiritual Racism: (Part 2)" | Tuesday, November 17, 2015 | 12:00pm PST/3:00pm EST | Listen Online:http://tobtr.com/8076101 | Call-In: (773) 897-6543
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the events surrounding the boycotts and protest that are happening on the campus of Missouri. Missouri's president and chancellor quit but is that a victory for the Black students who attend college there? We will discuss Mizzou specifically but we also discuss the culture of racism that exist on all college campuses in the USA especially when European Americans are the majority on those campuses. Mizzou isn't an isolated incident nor does it location have anything to do with the culture of racism White supremacy that exist on all college campuses. What are the solutions to combatting these European campus devils? Join us.
Racism is a cold war.
As those who have enjoyed the cold war are growing frustrated with more and more people finding out it exists, we're seeing a desparation for it to heat and be an open and honest hot war.
Let's dig into it.
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communications chair of the Minneapolis NAACP, shocked CNN when she told reporter Brooke Baldwin that Black Lives Matter has in essence indicted the Minneapolis Police Department in the shooting of five people during a protest early Tuesday morning.
“We’re hearing two [arrests] at this time, but we don’t necessarily trust that. We know that the police department is behind this, this is our personal belief after receiving witness accounts.”
Truth of How Slavery Started The Black Slave Trade and Racism Dr. Claud Anderson
Truth of How Slavery Started The Black Slave Trade and Racism Dr. Claud ... https://youtu.be/p6xRPqXV_tc via @YouTube
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss racism on college campuses. We cancelled last week's show but felt we need to have a dicussion on the amount of racism Black students have to deal with when attending predominantly European schools. If you've read last week's show description you should have a good idea of the things we will discuss.
We will also discuss the so-called terrorist attack on France and why Black people shouldn't give a damn. Why are Europeans the only people who get to define terrorism? Why do Black people allow double standards when dealing with our tragedies as opposed to other nations? Why do we sympathize with the people who hate us? We will discuss terrorism from a Black perspective.
Ronda Rousey and Charlie Sheen; what do they truly represent? We will discuss these things plus more. Join us.
Today we're going to talk about the refugee crisis. The lies, the facts, the fears, the reality.
And we'll talk about why the negative respons of so many Americans to the refugees resettling here isn't a surprise at all to many African Americans, and other disenfranchised people.
The coffee is always strong. The truth is always unapologetic.
Bring a big cup.
Oh...he's a sellout! Or She think she's too good? It's bad enough in 2015 we're still having issues with color but what does it have to do with love and relationships? This evening will be touching upon the topic of interracial dating and relationships... what's the real issue?
Earlier this week Deport Racism released a video that went viral and left many people on our Facebook page with mixed emotions. Luke Montgomery, a social media marketing activist and member of Deport Racism, will be joining us to discuss the group's motivation behind the video.
Later, Juan Escalante gives us an update on the #RacismIsntFunny campaign.
WARNING: In the first part of the show, our guest uses explicit language.
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