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  • 00:10

    ProjectNOLA: Crime and crime abatement in New Orleans

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    Let's discuss crime in New Orleans, and how we can work together to make New Orleans a safer place

  • 02:00

    Knicks Mobb Deep Show: New Orleans/Charlotte Recap

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    Broadway 2 Meadowlands presents: New York Knicks Focus hosted by Robert Melofchik (@RobbyJerzee) and the Knicks Mobb Deep Crew The Bowtie,Cheerleader tackler,ADJ Guru and Ms Knicks as co host.

    The Crew will review Knicks games.Sunday victory New York 95 New Orleans 87 and New York  Charlotte  Call the show(646) 668-8698 and give your opinions.


  • 01:19

    LIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS: Post Game Round Table NY Giants (Vs New Orleans Saints)

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    LIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS:  Bleed Blue Show - NY Giants Round Table Post Game reaction.  Call 929-477-4171 after Week 8 between the New York Giants vs New Orleans Saints.  We will be discussing the win or loss of Week 8 of the NFL season.  With Week 8 out of the books, is there any joy to be had from Big Blue Nation.  Any concerns the fans should have?  What did you like from the game?  What did you dislike from the game?  Where does the team go from here?  The good..... the bad.... the ugly? All your opinions and thoughts are welcomed to the Giants Round Table

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  • 00:31


    in Politics

    "The psychic distance between love and hate could be the mechanical difference between a smile and a sneer, or it could be the journey of a nervous impulse form the depths of one’s brain to the tip of one’s toe.  But this impulse in its path through North america nerves may, if it is honest, find the passage disputed: may find the leap form the fiber of hate to that of love too taxing on its meager store energy—and so the long trip back may never be completed, may end in reconnaissance, a compromises, and then a lie..... "

    This myth of the creation of the white race, called “Yacub’s History’” is an inversion of the racial death-wish of American Negroes today.  Quite simply, many Negroes believe, as the principle of assimilation into white America implies, that the race problem in America cannot be settled until all traces of the black race are eliminated.  Toward this end, many Negroes loathe the very idea of two very dark Negroes mating.  The children, they say, will come out ugly. What they mean is that the children are sure to be black, and this is not desirable.  What they mean is that the children are sure to be black, and this is not desirable.  From the widespread use of cosmetics to bleach the black out of one’s skin and other concoctions to take Africa out of one’s hair, to the extreme, restored to by more  Negroes than one might wash to believe, of undergoing nose thinning and lip-clipping operations, the racial death-wish of american Negroes—Yacub’s goal—takes its terrible toll. What has been happening for the past four hundred years is that the white man, through his access to black women. has been pumping his and genes of the blacks—i.e., has been fulfilling Yacub’s plan and accelerating the Negroes on death-wish." SOUL ON ICE by Eldridge Cleaver

  • 00:38


    in Politics

    Tonight our show will be about those SELF HATING NEGROES, oh yeh you know them. “The psychic distance between love and hate could be the mechanical difference between a smile and a sneer, or it could be the journey of a nervous impulse in its path through North American nerves may, if it is honest, find the passage disputed:  may find the leap form the fiber of hate to that of love too taxing on its meager store of energy—and so the long trip may never be completed, may end in a reconnaissance, a compromise, and then a lie.  

    Self-hatred takes many forms; sometimes it can be detected by no one, not by the keenest observer, not by the self-hater himself, not by his most intimate friends. Ethnic self-hater himself is even more difficult to detect.  But in American Negroes, the ethnic self hatred often takes the bizarre from of a racial death wish, with many and elusive manifestations. Ironically, it provides much of the impetus behind the motivations go integration.  And the attempt to suppress or deny such drives in ones psyche leads many American Negro to become ostentatious separationists,  black Muslims, and Back to Africa advocates.

  • 01:15

    New Orleans Pelicans Season Preview with Mason Ginsberg

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    Mason Ginsberg (@MasonGinsberg) of Bourbon Street Shots joins Nate Duncan (@NateDuncanNBA) to preview the New Orleans Pelicans' season. Topics include: How much better Anthony Davis can get, whether the team can take the next step defensively under Alvin Gentry and assistant Darren Erman, and health, health, health.

  • 00:31


    in Politics

    Tonight and the rest of this week we are going to discuss Cleavers NOTES ON NATIVE SON.  In this we will discuss the theory of self hate and displaced love for those who are your enemy and enemy to the thought of a life of liberation for Black People. "After reading a couple of James Baldwin's books, I began experiencing that continuous delight one feels upon discovering a fascinating, brilliant talent on the scene, a talent capable of penetrating so profoundly into one's own little world that one knows oneself to have unalterably changed and liberated from the frustrating grasp of whatever Devils happen to process one.  Being a Negro, I have found this to be a rare and infrequent experience, for few of my black brothers and sisters her in America have achieved the power, which James Baldwin calls his revenge, which outlast kingdoms:  the power of doing whatever cats like Baldwin do when combining the alphabet with the with the volatile elements of his soul.  (And, like it or not, a black man, unless he has become irretrievably "white-minded, " responds with additional dimension of his being to the articulated experience of another black---in spite of the universality of human experience.) 
    I as I imagine many others did and still do, lusted for any-thing that Baldwin had written.  It would have been a gas for me to sit on a pillow beneath the womb of Baldwin's  typewriter and catch each newborn page as it entered this world of ours.  I was delighted that Baldwin, with those great big eyes of his, which one thought to be fixedly focused on the microcosm, could also pierce the microcosm. And although he was so full of sound, he was not noisy writer like Ralph Ellison.  He placed so much of my own experience, which I thought I had understood, into new perspective."  SOUL ON ICE by Elderidge Cleave


  • 01:00

    Ep 17: Fixing The New Orleans Saints

    in Football

    Nick Underhill & Adam West discuss what's gone wrong for the 2015 New Orleans Saints and what can be done to fix the team going forward.

  • 00:33


    in Politics

    The murder of Malcolm X, the exile of Robert F. Williams, who was forced the flee to Cuba with the combined terrors of the FBI and the minions of Southern justice snapping at his heels, and the exile of the late W.E.G.  Du Bois, who, in the sunset of a valiant life, made three symbolic gestures as a final legacy to his people (renouncing his American citizenship, ‘returning’ to Africa to become a citizen of Ghana, and cursing capitalism while extolling communism as the hope of the future) —these three events on the one hand, and on the other hand the award of a Nobel Prize to Martin Luther King and the inflation of the image to that of an international hero, bear witness to  the historical fact that the only Negro American allowed to attain national or international fame have been the puppets and lakers of the white power structure—and entertainers and athletes….

    It is against the back ground of the traditional role of the Negro entertainer and athlete in racial crisis and the rebellion against that tradition — that the Muhammad  Ali— Floyd Patterson fight for the heavyweight championship must be viewed."  Soul On Ice by Eldridge Cleaver 

    "Malcolm X knew that he needed a prominent ally to help him launch a new organization once his permanent suspension became public.   It so happened that Cassius Clay, scheduled to fight Sonny Liston  for the heavyweight championship of the world, was a good friend of Malcolm X, one of the few people Malcolm X ever invited to this house….." JUdas Factor Karl Evanzz

    "The broad support for Muhammed Ali among negroes had nothing to do with the black Muslims’  racist ideology.  Even the followers of the late beloved Malcolm X, many of whom despise Muhammad Ali for the scurvy remarks he made about the fallen Malcolm….." Soul On Ice

  • 00:33


    in Politics

    “As Malcolm lay on the stage dying , his pregnant wife removed form the inner pocket of his suit coat the note with the names of the five men he believed who assassinated him.  She stuck it in her purse, showing it to no one… Two weeks later, on February 25, a Kenyan government official who supported Malcolm X’s U.N. petition was assassinated. According to press reports, Pio Pinto was sitting in a car outside his home with his three year old daughter when three assassins walked up to him and shot him to death.” Judas Factor BY KARL EVANZZ

    “I ran a regular public relations campaign for Malcolm in Folsom. I was to it that copies of his speeches were made circulated among Negro inmates. I never missed a chance to speak favorably about Malcolm, to quote him, to explain and justify what he was trying to do.  soon I had the ear of the Muslims, and it was not long before Malcolm had another ardent defenders in Folsom.  In a very short time Malcolm became the hero of the vast majority of Negro inmates. Elijah Muhammad was quickly becoming irrelevant, passe." Soul on Ice by Eldridge Cleaver.

    “ In our time, Malcolm X is the supreme example. His live and accomplishments galvanized a generation of young Black people; he helped us take a great stride forward with a new sense of ourselves and our destiny.  But meaningful as his life was, his death had great significance, too. A new militant spirit was born when Malcolm died. It was born of outrage and unified Black consciousness, out of the sense of a task left undone. 

    "In light of this, I was able to stand back a little and consider my own death. When Black people saw Black Panthers being killed not only by the police but also by the judicial system, they would feel the circle closing around them and take another step forward. In this sense, my death would not be meaningless."  Huey P. Newton

  • 00:35


    in Politics

    Initial Reaction on the Assassination of Malcolm X

    After Malcolm made his pilgrimage to Mecca, completing a triumphal tour of Africa and the Near East, during which he received the high honors of visiting dignitary, he returned to the U.S.A. and set about building his newly found Organization of Afro-American Unity.  He established the Muslim Mosque, Inc., to receive the Muslims he thought would pull away from Elijah. The Muslim Mosque would teach Orthodox Islam, under the direction of Sheik Ahmed Hassoun from the Holy City of Mecca.  Grand Sheik Muhammad Sarur Al-Sabban, Secretary General of the Muslim World League, had offered the services of Shei Ahmed, help Malcolm X in his efforts .......
    "So now Malcolm is no more. The boot lickers, Uncle Toms, lackeys, and stooges of the white power structure have done their best to denigrate Malcolm, to root him out of his people's heart, to tarnish his memory.  But their million-worded lies fall on deaf ears.  As Ossie Davis so eloquently expressed it in his immortal eulogy.   "If you knew him you would know why we must honor him: Malcolm was our man hood, our living, black manhood!  This was his meaning to his people. And, in honoring him, we honor the best I ourselves..... However much we may have differed with him -----or with each other about him and his value as a man, let his going from us serve only to bring us together, now.  Consigning these mortal remains to earth, the common mother of us all, secure in the knowledge that we place in the ground is no more now a man---but a come forth again to meet us. And we will know him then for what he was and is ---- a Prince ------our own black shining Prince!----- who did n't hesitate to die, because he loved us so." Ossie Davis 
    We shall have our manhood. We shall have it or the earth will be leveled by our attempts to gain it." SOUL ON ICE, by ELDRIDGE CLEAVER 

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