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  • 00:58

    The My Big Girl Panties Show with Khari Toure

    in Motivation

    Born and raised in Oakland, California, Khari first began writing poetry as a young child while living in foster homes. He transitioned from poet to spoken word artist in 2006, and won several poetry slams for his performances. In 2006, he went on to publish a poetry book, release a spoken word mixtape, and performed at some of the top spoken word venues in the country, including Spoken Soul Sessions in New Orleans during the Essence Music Festival, Nuyorican Poets Café in New York, Soul Cypher in Oakland and Cafe Nuba in Denver. In 2010, Khari released his first official album, Victory, fusing spoken word, neo-soul, jazz, gospel and hip hop. In 2014, Khari released his sophomore spoken word album, Through Thick and Thin, as well as his book, Curvy and Confident, which is a self-empowerment guide for women to help them overcome low self-confidence, negative body image, and insecurities. Khari is also the creator of the "Curvy and Confident" page on Facebook which has over half a million followers.

  • 01:58


    in Motivation

    TONIGHT IS THE FINAL LISTEN-IN SESSION DURING THE 90 DAY BLACKOUT OF MAINSTREAM MEDIA Kwame Touré, once known as Stokely Carmichael (June 29, 1941 – November 15, 1998), was a Trinidadian-American activist active in the 1960s Civil Rights Movement, and later, the global Pan-African movement. Growing up in the United States from the age of eleven, he graduated from Howard University. He rose to prominence in the civil rights and Black Power movements, first as a leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), later as the "Honorary Prime Minister" of the Black Panther Party, and finally as a leader of the All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party.

  • 00:31


    in Lifestyle


  • 01:10

    Chelsea, Liverpool & Mancs lose, Citeh, Swansea, AFC & Saints surge + Transfers

    in Sports

    Chelsea continues miserable start to the new season in losing another match and losing their key transfer window target John Stones. Can Jose right the ship after the Blues' worse start since the early 1970s? After showing promise with two wins and a draw in their first three games, Liverpool gets buried in a 0-3 drubbing to West Ham.  Is Brendan Rodgers the right manager for this team? After not being scored upon in three games Manchester United give up two goals in five minutes in their loss to upcomers Swansea City - and what was that fiasco about in the De Gea/Real Madrid transfer falling apart due to paper work snafus at the eleventh hour? With Arsenal scoring just three goals this season and "own goal" accounting for two of those, Arsene Wenger responds by aquiring no field players in this summer's transfer window - is this same old AW routine wearing thin on Gunner fans again? Wholesale changes again at Southampton: after getting their first win this week against mighty Watford can the Saints pull off another successfull complete player overhaul? The panel picks their Blacksheep/underdog teams for the season - Swansea, Sunderland, Leister or maybe Bournemouth? Having walked into a Santa Monica bar while being in the USA for a work project and meeting scourserCraig, fellow scouser liverpoolGary jumps on the pubcast and starts pitching the banter from word one - great to have you on the show Gary!  We discuss all this and more in the latest version of the famous Two Yanks v Brits Soccer Show!

  • 03:19

    "No Homo Fly Zone" in the Black Nationalist Community: Can We Do It?

    in Politics

    The Black Nationalist/PanAfrikan/Haitianist community is under heavy seige.  Our entire liberation culture is being invaded by white-sex offenders like Gay-Z Coco (Gadzi Kodjo), Cleo(patra) Manago, and others.  It's time for us as Black Power advocates who respect the great work of Nat Turner, Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Queen Mother Moore, Kwame Toure, & Dr. Khalid Abdul Muhammad to regulate who can and cannot claim PanAfrikanism, Black Nationalism, and wave the Red, Black, and Green flag.  

    It's time for us to decide whether or not we are truly serious about our Racial ascension.  If we are, we have to not only "No Fly Zone" the Ray Hagins' of the world, but we have to make sure that we run all of the white-sex (homosexuality and pedophilia) freaks out of the Black Power movement.  And there's no further reason for us to wait.  It's time to take action and push back on this white-sex community.

    We'll discuss whether or not we are strong enough and organized enough to "No Fly Zone" this Gay-Z Coco and others who are desecrating our movement.

    We'll See You on the Battlefield!

  • 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

  • 00:56

    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  

  • 01:00

    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.


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  • 00:23

    Toure Roberts, Stephanie Perry Moore, and Terry Bams on BC Book Review Show #237

    in Books

    The authors that we are featuring today are: Toure Roberts, author of "Purpose Awakening"; Stephanie Perry Moore, author of "Real Diva/Man Up"; and Terry Bams, author of "I Married My Best Friend". The purpose of this show is to highlight wholesome Christian books, promote them to our audience, encourage you to buy these books for yourself and for others, and most importantly, to see people come to Christ and lives changed for the glory of God.

    MUSICAL SELECTION: "Take Me to the King" by Tamela Mann, "Beautiful, Beautiful" by Francsca Battistelli, and "Do Life Big" by Jamie Grace

  • 00:31


    in Lifestyle


  • 02:05

    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