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    in Lifestyle


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    World Wide Africa The Voice of the Pan African Movement

    in Politics

    "Since we have to fight for land, it makes sense to fight for the richest land, which you'll be able to develop much quicker, thus, build your strength much faster. In order to take land, you must follow a revolutionary formula. You must seize the land, hold the land, develop the land and then expand. You have to seize, hold, develop, and expand. You seize, you hold it, you develop, and you expand. I don't think we could seize much land in America but, even if we could, I know we couldn't hold it. And even if we could hold it, it's certainly true that we could not develop land in America as rapidly as we could in Africa, which is the richest continent in the world." This is what Kwame Toure said about our duty as africans, and it holds true for today. It does not stop untill  we have our land back. He also nails the problem in these next lines why we should stop thinking the fight is only to be fought by Continental Africans only. "Many people when they try to analyze the problems of the African in America calls it a problem peculiar to America. They take the history back to the Africans when they came to America. That's absurd. The problem didn't start in America. The problem started in Africa when the first white man came to rape us of our continent and of our people. That's where the problem started. That's the roots of the problem. The first white boy that came there and tried to get us had to fight. That's where the problem started. America is only an extension of the war. A tangent, if you will. But the problem didn't start in America. It started in Africa. We fought in Africa, we fought in the slave ships, we fought in America, we fought during slavery, we fought after slavery, we've been fighting, we continue to fight because it's only an extended war. That is all. We are fighting today." The Race War has always been in affect wake up

  • 01:01

    Wayne Dupree: Toure, Racism & the Economy

    in Politics Conservative

    The gutsy, Conservative Report talk show host on always lands on the "right side" of the issues. Wayne's energy, charisma and seasoned professionalism score high points with audiences who understand that in this day and time, where liberals are trying to run roughshot over the nation, we need to have more dissenting voices. 
    This week we talk about the Fiscal Cliff, Black Racism, Toure and the Republican Party. And please check out NewsNinja2012.com
    Call in at 914-338-1776

  • 02:00


    in Education

    Join the Dino Dean Show Sunday March 1st @ 5 pm CST. Dino will be speaking with author, motivational speaker,  historian, tour operator, and owner of Day Clean the African Soul & Day Clean Journeys Dr. Amir "Jamal" Toure. Dr. Toure is known as the people's historian and will be speaking about some little known Black history plus a whole lot more. Make sure you tune in with pen and pad the people's historian will be in the house. Also the trio of Demetrius Harris, Michael Timmons, and Tre' Anthony Garrison better known as the new powerhouse R&B group 4EY The Future will be with us. They will be introducing themselves and talking about their hot new single Scoot Ova which is in heavy rotation on MTV and VH-1.This will also be a Get It Off Your Chest Sunday. The call in number is 646-200-0067. Join the Dino Dean family for smart uncompromising conversation!!!     

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    the Family Meeting

    in Self Help

    “SOONER OR LATER” __90 day rule or the 3rd date?

    This week’s show asks the question, is there a time period when  (Relationship Activities) can begin.  "The 90 day rule. Do you think he abstained for the 90 days or do you think he was having sex with a former lover?

    Statistics say women have sex by the 3rd date, what's that all about?"  And if we have time, "Re-marriage" Would you marry the same person twice.  

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    Toure of MSNBC bullies Martin Luther King III LIVE on MSNBC TV

    in Politics Conservative

    Toure of MSNBC bullies Martin Luther King III LIVE on MSNBC TV.


    TWITTER @briancraigshow

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    MEET M.A.M.A. MEMBERS - Toure' Muhammad

    in Current Events

    This program is dedicated to presenting the M.A.M.A. members and the many ways Muslim Americans are participating in media and the performing arts. This week meet: Toure' Muhammad  

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    in Lifestyle


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    #HosieNation 3.0 w/@LeeCrowe - Football & Slander Edition

    in Comedy

    You already know what time it is.  It's time for people to get their feelings hurt.  We will talk about your team, your loved ones, and you know we are talking about @Toure out here catfishing everybody!  Come on in here......#YouWontLikeIt

  • 01:33

    Sean-Toure Hip Hop's Golden Child

    in Entertainment

    In 2011 Sean-Toure' was awarded The Baltimore Scene’s 2010-2011 Music Producer of the Year.Since his first stage performance in 1992, Sean has shared the stage opening shows for some of Hip Hop’s greatest recording artist of all time such as, Little Brother, KRS One, Chip-Fu, Nas, Wayna, Mos Def, The Fugees, INI, Pete Rock, GangStarr, A Tribe Called Quest, Common, Bilal, and many others. Sean has also produced authorized and unauthorized remixes for artist in the Music Industry.
    In March 2010, with his independent multimedia company Sean Toure' Music Group and Rosachi Music Group,  released a free downloadable remix album called The Sean-Toure' Remix Project featuring remixes he's done
                His debut solo LP Soundchanneler, The Invisible Man hit stores nationally, internationally, and the Internet in October 2011
    2 Hit Singles (A Day In the Life ft. Kev Brown and AB Rock and In the Heat of the Night ft. Y.U.) off the Soundchanneler album. Both songs exploded on the music charts shooting up to #1 on the International College Radio Charts. Since that time Sean’s name has continue to be mentioned with some of the industries best artist.
    We get indepth with this artist and find what drives him and keeps him afloat in this world of music, passion and circumstance

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    Is Racism A Mental Illness?

    in Women

    "Racism is as American as apple pie" is the highly publicized quote from student activist Stokely Carmichael (later Kwame Toure) during the 1960s protest movement. As supporters of white police officer Darren Wilson collect money for his defense in the killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri, members of a white supremist hate group send out a message referring to Michael Brown as a "N-----r Thug" and praise the work of the Ferguson police department in killing him.  For them, Darren Wilson is a hero. Racial hatred is as American as apple pie. But is it also a reflection of serious mental instability, an irrational fear that could prompt people to commit violent acts? Is it a condition to be isolated and treated, the way one treats those who suffer from schizoprenia or dementia, or any other mental illness that produces delusional thinking? Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. referred to the racist whites that threatened his life as "our sick white brethren." Those who are treated badly by sick racists often spend a lot of time trying to convince themselves that they are worthy of respect, rather than recognizing that the illness is within those who do not know how to respect others. A healthy mind has the capacity to recognize the good in others. A sick mind does not. Would you vote someone into office who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and might become a serial killer? Then why allow those with the mental illness of racism to continue to get elected as mayors, appointed as police chiefs, or sit in courtrooms as judges? Should racism be identified and treated like a mental illness? If so, shouldn't the responsibility for removing mentally sick people from positions of authority rest on those who are mentally well?

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