• 00:30

    How to help Historically Black Colleges and Universities

    in Education

    This week show we talk about how we can help our Historically Black Colleges and Universities. We must help our ancestors who helped us and help the ones that are trying now to help us. But they can help themselves as well we are one. And questions please call in our guest line at  (347) 327-9705 

  • 00:21

    The Importance Of Community Colleges

    in Goals

    Join the Bougie Girl as she discusses the impotance of community colleges.

  • 01:01

    From Negro to Nation: Black History & the Gullah/Geechee

    in Culture

    Tune in as Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) continues the online celebration of Black History/African Heritage Month 2015.  On this episode, Queen Quet will discuss the "Book of Negroes" as well as going from Negro History Week to Black History Month and how the story of the Gullah/Geechee Nation has taken the story of people of African descent in North America from negro to nationhood.

    Tune een fa yeddi we sho-Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio!



  • 00:45


    in Spirituality

          NEGROES, BLACKS & COLORED: The DRED SCOTT vs. SANDFORD decision was supposedly superseded by another decision named the Slaughter House case(s) and eventually by the 14th Amendment. However, this is not true, the Slaughter House case(s) simply provided safe guards and the 14th Amendment was never fully ratified; hence, leaving us in limbo once again or rather back to square one about out Citizenship. How are we not Citizens in our own land? (Note: The Constitution for the united States of America, the Constitution of the United States of America and the U.S. Constitution; all have been hijacked as the supreme law of the land and the UCC [Uniform Commercial Code] now superseded it. The UCC [Uniform Commercial Code] is Admiralty Law, which ultimately leads to Colorable Law or Color of Law, meaning, the appearance or semblance, without the substance, of legal right. State vs. Brechler, 185 Wis. 599, 202 N.W. 144, 148).

        You have to use the Treaties, because the 13th and the 14th Amendment did not help us. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 did not help us. None of these so-called Rights (“Act” of “privileges”) help us. Our people are still classified under the Negro Act of 1740 (Note: “WEBSTER’S DICTIONARY” definition). Therefore, we must be recognized as human being (not in the since of the Jews [Goyim]) first with Human Rights tied to Indigenous Rights.

  • 00:43


    in Education


    Our guests are Executive Director Kim Tobey and Professor Rick Vaughn of Rio Salado College

  • 00:39

    The Mark Del Negro Show

    in Film

    Filmmaker Mark Del Negro (Blood Reservoir, The Undead) will be on the show to discuss his film career 

  • 02:03

    Discrimination within the Negro Race: Light vs Dark

    in Culture


    I have outlined a number of differences among the slaves, and I take these differences and make them bigger. I use FEAR, DISTRUST, and ENVY for control purposes. These methods have worked on my modest plantation in the West Indies, and it will work throughout the SOUTH. Take this simple little list of differences and think about them. On the top of my list is "AGE" but it is only there because it starts with an "A"; The second is"COLOR" or shade; there is INTELLIGENCE, SIZE, SEX, SIZE OF PLANTATION, ATTITUDE of owner, whether the slaves live in the valley, on a hill, east or west, north, south, have fine or coarse hair, or is tall or short. Now that you have a list of differences, I shall give you an outline of action- but before that, I shall assure you that DISTRUST IS STRONGER THAN TRUST, AND ENVY IS STRONGER THAN ADULATION, RESPECT OR ADMIRATION.

    The black slave, after receiving this indoctrination, shall carry on and will become self-refueling and self-generating for hundreds of years, maybe thousands.

    Don't forget you must pitch the old black VS. the young black males, and the young black male against the old black male. You must use the dark skinned slaves VS. the light skin slaves. You must use the female VS the male, and the male VS, the female. You must always have your servants and OVERSEERS distrust all blacks, but it is necessary that your slaves trust and depend on us.


  • 00:43

    "When Teacher Education and STEM collide": COMMUNITY COLLEGES IN TEACHER PREP

    in Education



    "When Teacher Education and STEM collide"

    Professor Billy Hix of Motlow College ( Lynchburg TN) where he runs the STEM program and works with K-12 Educators ...and in his spare time is a NASA consultant is the guest of Cindy Kelley, NACCTEP past -president and VP of Academic Affairs at Motlow, which is still in Lynchburg TN. Please note my use of the word "still" as Lynchburg is the home of Jack Daniels. 



    www.carolina.com  @carolinabio

  • 02:04

    The Posttraumatic Negro aka Slave w/guest Keachia M. Bowers

    in Current Events

    Keachia Bowers is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern and founder of Movements for Change, LLC where she provides educational and community workshops that facilitate life growth and transformation. Originally from White Plains, New York, Keachia has been providing community development projects to her South Florida community for the past 19 years. Her work in the community addresses issues related to cultural awareness, health advocacy, adolescent changes, family dynamics, peer pressure, suicide, women’s empowerment and more.Keachia holds a Bachelors degree and a Masters Degree in Social Work with a concentration in children and families and a Child Welfare Certificate. Currently, a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern with the State of Florida. Also Dr. Jeheudi Mes Onyemachi Vuai As a clinician, Jeheudi Vuai, is both a neuropsychologist and school psychologist. He holds the Diplomate in School Neuropsychology from the American Board of School Neuropsychology (Inactive). He teaches in the School of Arts and Sciences, Department of Psychology and the School of Education, Department of Counseling and School Psychology  and Agbeko-Kwasi (A.K.) Aheto-Tosu, Ph.D. is an educator and author whose work centers on helping people confront and transcend real life issues on human relations with focus on culture and diversity, leadership development and conflict management.http://www.mymovementsforchange.com/

  • 00:12

    For Profit Colleges Are They Good or Bad?

    in Education

    We will discuss whether or not for-profit school help or hinder students. The discussion will highlight  a new for-profit school in the news and debate the merits of its new model for college education and if it really helps students learn the skills they need to succeed in today's competitve  job market.

  • 02:00

    What is in YOUR Spirit, do you even know? with Yahya Bandele (re-cast)

    in Religion

    (Original Air Date August 03, 2014)

    Yahya Bandele is the Founder and Chairman of The C.O.F.A.H Network and the Creator, writer and director of the best selling Documentary on amazon.com "Hebrew or the So-Called Negro" Yahya will discuss current events, history, science and Geo-politics from a scriptural Hebrew Ysralite scriptural perspective. We also encourage caller participation and feedback

    View Yahya’s Feature Films https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=FLdws1o2agoBw-nqaYBjG9Yg

    View Yahya's Daily Video Blog https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv4Ov4g0N91ikDd5zHMAmvxr2Fyhf9s7v

    Yahya's Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/yahya.bandele

    To learn more about COFAH log on to http://www.cofah.com


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