SORT BY Relevancy
in Self Help
Tune in to The OC Show as we disscuss: "Unlearn Fear of Young Black Men"
Question of the night: Why are trained police afraid for their lives when encountering young black men?
Special guest Lakisha Smith will be joning us to add her voice to this thought - provoking topic.
We're also giving away a beautiful spring wreath provided by "Designs by Moe" to one lucky caller!
Join the conversation tonight 8pm (CST) / 9pm (EST) as we discuss "Unlearn Fear of Young Black Men"
Call/Listen (347) 324-5327
Your Radio Network
"Your Radio Your Conversation" ©™
Tonights episode is features a 15 minute segment on topics that are current relative to black men. todays guest is John Lolly, a Senior at Temple University. He is studying Communications and is looking to graduate in the Spring of 2015. John hs participated in many community programs and activities. He is an avid proponent of education, community development and hopes to one day go into politics.
In recent studies, it's shown that most young African American owns approximately 3-4 pairs of over priced sneakers. And in this review, it reveals that most young men spend between 500-10,000 dollars per year on Nike shoes especially! We're going to break these numbers down, along with other starteling facts about how the black families are spending their precious dollars on what with who?
Albert Phillips is a business owner, youth advocate, and freelance journalist. He has a B.S. in Journalism and graduated summa cum laude from Morgan State University. His writings primarily focus on black culture, business, and Hip Hop. Currently, he is a columnist for The Kapital Magazine, owner of FreeDUMB Apparel, and case manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Greater Chesapeake. His writings have appeared in various newspapers, new websites, and blogs including NewsOne.com, Black Enterprise, and The Afro. Albert’s current interests include youth advocacy, networking with black enterprises, and writing provocative stories to help influence the revolutionaries of today.
Today we are going to focus and highlight some of the positive young men in our community that is doing the work of our God Almighty. We often time sterotype our young men in today's society, but today show will show and hightligtht that is not for ALL Men. We have real men and real inspring young men doing the work of our God. When society say that most young men are destined to end up in jail, we got a few men that saying they destined to have a lasting relationship with our God and claim their seat with our Father. Tune in today for an exciting show featuring new music from Michael Boykin and Mighty Voices and special guest that is inspired by Michael Boykin, The Spiritual Voices Of Warsaw!!!!!!
Our prayer leader is First Lady Trina Jenkins of the First Baptist Church of Glenarden. She will be praying for destiny of our young men. They seem to follow what is convenient instead of committing to their destiny.
Yah Ammi, Amir Ross, and Latoya Williams will host tonight's broadcast of Black Lives Matter radio show. On tonights show, Host Yah Ammi will begin with an interview with our special guest, Sophia Stewart, writer of both The Terminator and The Matrix film franchises. For the second segment of the show, we will discuss the responsibilities of Black fathers in America in combatting social injustice, and also give credit to all the black men who are doing their job. Tonight's broadcast will end with a Revolutionary Poets segment during open mic, in which artists from around the nation will call share a piece of their work with the listeners. Some of our poets include Amazin' Grace, Judah Holley, and other artists.
Social Injustice Affecting Black Lives; Past, Present, and Future.
For Political, Economic, and Social Development of All Minority Families.
Official Twitter Page #BlackLivesMatter Founded in Ferguson, MO. Become members & support young activist serving black communities for social justice. #BLM
Offical Black Lives Matter Social Media:
1. Social Justice Anthology
2. Social Justice Cd Project
Introducing Young Black Nation, to the public, family and friends. We welcome all to tune in and be introduced to our future generation of focused, talented and gifted black youth of tomorrow. The broadcast is hosted by one of our brightest youth, Ms. Olivia Nash.
Black on Black Love is a place where we promote love and unity among melanated brothers and sisters. Our commitment is to promote love, peace, and unity between all of the survivers of the global diaspora. Every week we will bring you hot topics that delve into the Black experience.
We will discuss relationships, hardships, and solutions. Join Abasi West and SiSi Harry every Tuesday at 7:00 PM PST as we explore, discuss, and sometimes debate Black relationships, Black family, Black history, and Black culture. Feel free to call in with any questions you may have regarding these topics.
Call in at (917)889-2830
In reality PIMPING is one of the most vilest crimes in America, yet this underground profession seems to be celebrated in RAP and STREET CULTURE. Where does this obsession with PIMP CULTURE stem from? What about HUMAN TRAFFICKING? Is it just about the money, or do other factors play a role in man's oldest profession? We ask the questions America's afraid to answer! At the top 2nd hour for our MONEY & POWER 15 (11:00-11:15am), we bring in CPA, Jeri Forbes, from Forbes Accounting to discuss how she prepares entrepreneurs and employees working in cash industries (barbers, hairstylest, waiters, strippers, etc.) to get approved for HOMEOWNERSHIP. "All I Ask Is That You Think"
in Pop Culture
When Black Men Talk, you may be surprised what comes out of these conversations. Join your host, Mark Elliott on this provocative call in talk show that will explore the male perspective on life, love, and relationships. When Black Men Talk on Sunday evenings at 9pm to 11pm est on WYDL Radio - Blogtalkradio
Join Host Live Chats
There are no live chats in progress