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Tonight are going to look at current issue and decode them. There's been a lot of false flags and fuckery need to be addressed. Tonight we will look through black eyes and with Moor Light. Join us at 6pm ct 7et lines are open 437-850-8030 lets build fam
Please join host, Watson Prunier - @Battle4FreedomX along with the #QARGirlsLive, Angie & Katianna LIVE @ 10:00pm EST
I myself have had enough of the infighting that has been running wild on Twitter this past year, what it has become, is nothing less of complete and utter contempt for the beloved Conservative party. I have been on a mission to “out” Michael Vanderwall aka @TempestMagnum for whom and what he is. A social media bully that lives on the evil he can inflict on others, and the joy he seems to gain out of doing these God awful things to people he, in all honesty doesn’t know.
I took issue with Mr. O’Halloran’s new website sendthewetbackshome.com, And once again we see another so called ‘Conservative’ following in the footsteps of radical liberals, and there tactics just to make a buck. You see, this is Mr. O’Halloran’s lively hood, his money maker and one of his many “get rich” schemes that he has spent most of his life working at; only to meet failure at every turn.
I will continue to use every means afforded to me by the justice system to have these men brought to justice for the things he has done, and said. I will fight for the ones that have no voice, the men and women that live in fear of these men.
I spent Tuesday afternoon and night helping out with an event addressing Ebola in Africa and its ties to capitlaism/imperialism/racism. I'll talk about my experience at the event as well as give updates on the rebellions happening in the wake of the two non-indictments of murderous cops.
Calls are welcome on these or related topcs, as usual.
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ARE WE REALLY SURPRISED? WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON RACSIM IN AMERICA
This show is dedicated to the Universe....If we could one day forget about our nationalities of where we were born or what color or religion we are then maybe, just maybe we can tap into our spiritual conscious to began seeing each individuals as God first created us all.. "OUT OF LOVE..
Tonight we will be have a Interview with Mr.Sam Simmons, LADC
Mr. Simmons has over 24 years of experience as an behavioral consultant specializing in working with African American males. Sam is highly respected for his work around African American historical trauma and the successful Community Empower Through Black Men Healing Conference around the country. He is also co-host of "Voices” on 89.9 KMOJ FM.
Our Historical Trauma Work
When discussing the ills and disparities within the African American community, such issues as violence, drugs, poverty, and emotional, physical, and spiritual health are often discussed. When systematic oppression isn’t being questioned as a barrier, community accountability and African-American men’s lack of accountability often comes to the forefront. African American’s traumatic history andAfrican American men’s trauma is overlooked and/or called an excuse.When African American trauma is not addressed the cycle of pain can continue and the community suffers tenfold.
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These days, everything and everybody takes on the form of a stereotype. Some can be innocent assumptions while others can be downright detrimental. In this episode host Anah Mae is discussing the cause and affect of stereotypes as well as some of her own acquaintances with them. She is also discussing current events within the George Zimmerman trial. Does racsim still exist? If so how much of an impact does it have on every day life? Tune in to find out what her views are.
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Racist! Prejudice! Loud and rowdy unions! Sexism! Election season brings out the not so good, bad and ugly.
Join me this morning as we discuss these old tools of politics.
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My guest tonight is Dr. Tamesha Bullock-Former Educator at Spring Branch ISD. Resides in Houston Texas.
Studied Instuctional Leadership (Education) at Argosy University Online
Past: Grand Canyon University and Sam Houston State University
In our second hour we'll discuss the latest in Entertainment:
Tamera Mowry's racsim rant on her marriage; Gabrielle Union finally speaks about her engagement and the success of Being Mary Jane, The latest on Teleka Patrick & Marvin Sapp's Story Line Twist, The movie 12 Years A Slave Wins at Golden Globes all this and more on the all new Source Radio Network
On the next episode of Destroy nRebuild Radio, we examine the nature of our Consumption habits. Are Afrikan peoples too materialistic nowadays? If so, what does it stem from? Do they play a roll in our values and economic standings?
All this and more on the next broadcast...
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