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The Healing Drum: By Yaya Diallo and Mitchell Hall - Join us as we feature a worldwide best selling book based on a "collaborative project of two spiritually minded men from different cultural backgrounds. This book is noteworthy for its emphasis on the moral significance of music. In this time of unprecedented rapid change,The Healing Drum wisely suggests what music and musicians can do to help create a moral and spiritual world."(Spectrum Review). "Born in Mali, West Africa, and a member of the Minianka (Bamana)tribe, Yaya Diallo was raised in a culture that works,worships,lives, and breathes to the beat of the drum. An instrument for transmitting traditional knowledge among the Minianka, the drum is the focal point of Yaya's life story and his link-through the universl medium of music-with the Western world."-"Exploring the Minianka view of the human being and the cosmos relative to daily work,celebration, herbal medicine, dance,trance initiation and death, in the tradition of the Minianka, music is a remedy for both physical and psychological imbalances, harmonizing the forces of the visible and invisible worlds. Along with excerpts from the book we will discuss the message of The Healing Drum and how it can affect change in the African Diaspora
Listen to this special broadcast of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program will present our regular PANW reports on developments surrounding the Nigerian national elections held over the weekend. In the second hour we conclude our commemoration of Women's History Month featuring excerpts from the speeches and interviews with Fannie Lou Hamer of SNCC and the MFDP. The final hour presents more history of the Civil Rights Movement with an extended presentatiion by SNCC and labor activist Betty Gorman Robinson.
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We will bring you our regular PANW reports on developments in Yemen, Nigeria, the economic crisis in the United States and the ongoing struggle against police brutality. In the second hour we present an interview with Abayomi Azikiwe over Radio 786 in Capetown, Republic of South Africa conducted on March 26 discussing the one year anniversary of the Ebola Virus Disease pandemic in West Africa. The final hour continues the commemoration of International Women's Day with an archived radio interview with Ramona Africa on the history of MOVE and Pam Africa of MOVE speaking at a public meeting in Philadelphia.
TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Monday, March, 30th, 8:00pm-10:00pm EST (5:00pm-7:00pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep. Our guest will be Yolanda Spivey, writer for YourBlackWorld.com. We’ll discuss the Commemoration of 150 African American lynched in America, the weak apology from the SAE Frat student, 8 Community programs that the Black Panther for Self Defense had and more. Call in with your Questions/Comments and listen LIVE at 914-338-1375 or listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/03/31/remembering-150-black-women-lynched-in-america-yolanda-spivey-of-yourblackworld
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Listen to “The African History Network Show” with host Michael Imhotep as we interview some of our top Scholars, Thursdays, 8pm-10pm EST at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow or www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com by phone, when we are LIVE at (914) 338-1375. Call in with your questions and comments. Archived episodes are available for you to listen and are also archived on www.Itunes.com.
There are several issues facing African Americans. Just to name a few, there is racism, high unemployment, poor educational systems, judicial injustices, poorly maintained urban neighborhoods and economic inequalities. There are many variables that factor into these issues. But, what is often missing in the conversation is the accountability, responsibility and power African Americans have to effect change in our communities. We are going to air out our dirty laundry, tell some truths and discuss solutions to bring about the changes we need to reinvent, rebuild and rejuvenate our communities. Join the conversation…we want to hear your thoughts and DON’T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!! Call in or listen in at 646-716-5470.
Join "Africa On The Move" today (Sunday, March 29, 2015), from 7 - 9 PM EST, as we discuss and explore the killing of Brother Cinque D' Jahspora of Jackson, Tennessee and the upcoming event "Black Martyrs' Day. You are invited to join us by dailing in at (323) 679-0841 or join us online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.
"The New Black doesn't blame other races for our issues. The New Black dreams and realizes that it's not pigmentation; it's a mentality. And it's either going to work for you, or it's going to work against you. And you've got to pick the side you're gonna be on." Pharrel Williams
"I'm tired of being labeled. I'm not an African American, I'm an American." Raven Symone
The ‘new Black’ mentality is embraced by some and loathed by others. Is the Black community setting itself up for another wave of division, or can a common ground be found?
Tune in tonight for an interesting conversation on what it means to be ‘Black’ in America.
Family it's time to turn up our community talk and actions. We have a big problem in our balck community and it's call domestic violence. Did you know that according the statistics domestic violence is reported to be the highest in the black community? Intimate partner violence (IPV) as a major public health issue for women, in particular, African American women. The intersection of IPV and institutional racism doubly victimizes African American women as they try to break out of the cycle of violence. The research shows that IPV in the African American community is more common and violent than in the Caucasian community due to structural, cultural community, and situational contexts, overshadowed by institutional racism, that effect the romantic relationships of African American men and women. Research shows that the anger, hatred, and frustrations of African American men, caused by institutional racism, are being displaced onto their wives and lovers. THIS BROADCAST WILL BE HOSTED BY SISTA TRIA & BROTHA SUN RE9
Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else you'll be surprised at some of the weird news stories and what passes for news nowadays!
Hr1 - Indiana Law dissection not what you think.
Andrea Nelson – Pop Culture stories. Don’t pay your school Loans you lose your license
Over the top Selfies. Spring Break no longer safe.
Hr2 - Andrea Nelson - Spring break crazies…
No conversation with the far left on same sex marriage without being called names…
Same Sex couples, Photographers and Bakers, cant we all just get along.
NYC Council person says too many Asians in housing project. Need to get more African Americans in there
Maine forces SNAP recipients to work or volunteer 20 hrs a week, Unemployment goes from 12k to 3k overnight!
Charlie Sheen slams Obama – Fans go running
Banning 30 round clips from video games?
Hr3 – Masculinity and manhood bad for Cisgens In other words men are bad!
Negotiating with Iran or being dictated to by Iran…
What if a gay owned bakery wont print a Christian slogan or scripture on a cake, Then what?
Gay activists pens a piece against forcing establishments to engage in activities against their belief systems
Permission slips for now required to eat Oreos at one school location
A genuine act of true parenting!
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Tonight the Voice of the Kala Nation will talk about the current political state of our community.In researching this show,I found some interesting things out.For one the idea of being American to our ancestors was as foreign as being Chinese.In the 19th century hundreds of black townships were build by our people through hard work and that African American perserverance we were once known for.Question why didn't we make those townships thriving cities?Who was behind the destruction?If you say the Ku Klux Klan and racist terrorist you are only half right.The other enemy of our liberation is the BLACK POLITICAL ESTABLISHMENT!These lying Bloodsucking parasites are the most dangerous force to our freedom.Tonight The Kalagenesis wil take them on and hold nothing back.Our people need someone who is not afraid to tell it like it is.Tonight a fire and brimstone sermon from the Kalagenesis.
Join Host Baron Glass & Co-Host Rheana Nevitt Piegols tonight as they discuss these topics.
7:30 PM - Guest Aaron Sims will discuss be providing information regarding Detroit Mom Forced Children To Put Sister's Body In Freezer. Mitchelle Blair, 35, has been charged with abuse and could be facing murder charges after two of her four children were found dead inside a deep freezer.
8:30 PM - "Passed AND Failed...Again" A video showing an SAE fraternity brother gleefully leading a bus full of SAE pledges in a racist chant, which references lynching and the 'n' word, went viral and caught America's attention in the last few weeks. What happened next was nothing short of a wasted opportunity to have a national conversation on racism in America, which is long overdue. The student who starred in the video gave an 'apology' and many African American community leaders stood behind him and pretended to buy it, at a press conference for all to hear and a photo op for all to see.