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The subject of colorism within the black community is orginated back in slavery. The slavemaster would rape African women and produce biracial children. The children were lighter skin tone and was treated better than darker slaves. The slavemaster established colorism but in 2015 we are still dealing with this issue. We are all black at the end of the day but this issue can't die. I notice colorism is more of a issue with the women in our community. We need to explore this issue on the show tonight.
The current american culture isn't something we should be proud of. We don't support what we used to as a nation and it's taking a toll. We have advanced in technology but declined as family units. We accept laziness and mediocrity as a excuse. The government even rewards those that choose not to work in the form of welfare. Parent are in fear to discipline the children and the push for education isn't what it used to be. The most uneducated people are celebrated today as heros and role models. As parents a lot fo us just accept a passing grade instead of a A or B and nothing less. What can we do to change society and to increase education in this nation
What has happened to men today in America? Men are constantly complaining on women and begging them to change. Men have become too emotional and get their feelings hurt as if they are women. We want to address the current state of men and what can be done to change the culture.
Racism is wrong and all should stand against it. Those that are bold and couragous will be attacked severely. This country supports those that want to keep the system of white supremacy going. Anyone that dare take a stand against it is viewed as a enemy. It doesn't matter what race you are just don't buck the system.
A recent figure came out that 70% of men ages 20-34 aren't married. Many people are starting to ask why. Men have realized there is no benefit to marriage. Due to feminism ruining the traditional family and unfair family law courts men have pushed back. Where does that leave women that want to get married? Let's find the answers
It's our business to tell your business, using a few Audios on where are all our black owned businesses, and what happened to the black business and what solutions we as black people need to get back in gear, not just to participate in buying, but money power; ownership of black owned businesses and participate in buying from our black owed businesses in our own communities where we live.
Features on audio telling issues and solutions on black owned businesses:
TheAdviseShow--Blog Talk Radio
Maggie Anderson, CEO of Empowerment Experiment--Financial News
Phyllis Hyman on Black Owned Business--ebonyjet.com
Please join us to hear how we can become an impact in owning black businesses (101) in our black communites, if we just come together...I hope you become inspired to be active in revitalizing these efforts to be relevant in the Economic Movement in! Efforts and Credits of the "Economic Movement" go to Mr. and Mrs Min. Kujenga Ashe in Columbus, Ohio!! Money reserved matters...in black communities!
To listen in...call 347-884-8684
Black Americans will suffer some form of discrimination in their lives. This usually happens to you in elementary school. That one event where you notice that you were treated different for the color of your skin has an lasting effect on you. Nothing about you is celebrated until it is done by someone with white skin. Their are different rules for black people and white people. Most black Americans know they have to live with that kind of treatment. Some blacks feel self hatred will ease the discrimination until they find out the hard way. We must reveal the hidden things in order to be healed of the disease called racism.
The march in Selma was a historic event for our community. Many brothers and sisters suffered at the hands of the police on bloody sunday. The recent movie Selma shared with us a piece of history that isn't taught in American schools. A few things have changed for our community since that great march. We have the first African American president and have made great advances in our community. Sadly some of the same issues from 50 years ago we still deal with today. How can we improve and make progress? Why are racist still and forever obsessed with us as black people?
There are many people that love to play the victim. They blame everyone else for their problems,failures and shortcomings. When your in a state of a victim you can't move on in your life to do something worthwhile. There are those in the black community that feel racism and white supremacy cripple us. Even though it exist there is no excuse to play the victim. Many former slaves and those that went through Jim Crow south rose above it to make their mark in history. No matter what we are responsible for ourselves at the end of the day. Will you focus on progress or wanting someone to feel sorry for you? The choice is yours.
The Department of Justice just released it's report on the Ferguson police department. The report only confirmed what the people been saying. Black people were victims of racial profiling,intimidation,harassment,and oppression. This report is systematic racism at it's purest form. Where do we go from here? What actions shall we take as a community since we have this information?
The second show in the Black Genocide series we will speak about thugs. They are a public menace and can't co-exist in our communities. Thugs deal drugs,rape women,kill and rob innocent people. The sad part is some black people will blame racism and lack of finance to justify why thugs kill in our community. It's time for blacks to take their community back. Our community will never survive if those that make it leave and never look back. We must ask,Why our leaders refuse to address this problem? They stand up when it's a racially motivated killing but don't see them when another black person kills black people. We can't stand strong and not address all the issues.
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