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In addition to the endless whispers, under-the-table talk and front page news disasters about the tragic state of our Black youth, Our youth have been projected as worthless inanimate objects that are openly used for target practice, classified as thugs, animals, monsters, criminals, and everything that detaches them from innocence or humanity. While absolutely nothing can compare to the deplorable criminal acts and injustice served to address these acts of crime against our youth by White America, the moral negligence, finger-pointing and degradation suffered by our youth in Black America remove our youth's chances of fighting back and putting the lies to death. Join us tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967
Continuing our discussion on the state of the youth in Black America and the roles we play in it...
Universally, the unpopular teen will engage in behavior or activities that may seem uncharacteristic to the teen or outrageous to society. For Black youths, the universal standards of popularity are doubled, as just being Black is projected as a disgusting quality, and the horrors they endure because of their race is being divided up between being denied that it exists by Whites who are too uncomfortable thinking that anyone in their community are racists, and Blacks who are too afraid to "rock the boat" in White America. Throw in the generational changes made in the Black community village, and you are left with a volatile group of individuals facing big issues with small aresenals and no experienced leaders to guide them through the process. SInce it's clear that one half of the world has no interest in their betterment, how much of a role does the shunning and inaction of Black AMerica play in the creation of poor self-esteem in its own youth?
WHO IS BREEDING A (DE)GENERATION OF ELDERLY BLACK YOUTH? WHAT ARE ELDERLY YOUTH? WHY IS THIS BEING DONE TO BLACK YOUTH TODAY? HOW ARE THEY AIDING IN THIS? WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE.INTEL NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Black young people are at a crossroads. Which way will they choose? With guest interviews of young members of the Nation of Islam, Bro Trebor X and Sis Halima. Show hosts: Khalifah Muhamma, Michael 6X and Nadirah Khalifah.
Real Soul Music Talk Crew brings you another great discussion about the topic on education. Host DJ JanoG and Co Host Mr. Yeyo and crew will elaborate on the matter at hand. We will discuss why so many black youth do not want to be doctors, lawyers, political leaders and etc. Please join the movement and we do not judge anyone. (936)564-9972 call-in.
An Original Show Team will discuss the concerns and plight of black youth and young adult as well as talk about the shooting in #Ferguson, the rioting and the leadership and residents role to bring resolution.
This week’s broadcast episode of Real Talk with Rick and J. Rich will focus on the mis-education of black youth in America. The current educational system in America is designed to ensure that our young black men fail. The current system misdiagnoses a disproportionate amount of black boys with certain psychological, learning disabilities, such as ADHD and mild mental retardation. These diagnoses are highly subjective, meaning that they are simply based on the opinion of the school psychologist that makes the diagnosis. There is no objective scientific data or tests that can substantiate the diagnosis.
The first thing to understand is that diagnosing young black boys with learning disabilities is big business in America. First, the school district gets between two to three times more money for every student that is diagnosed with a learning disability and subsequently classified as a special education student. Second, your child does not have to be in a special education classroom to be part of the special education program, so it may not be as obvious. Third, whenever a child is diagnosed with a disorder, such as ADHD, they will be prescribed medications to help manage it, meaning that pharmaceutical companies are able to profit off of their back.
This runs even deeper. National statistics reveal that three out of every four black males will drop out of high school before earning a high school diploma. This is by design; it is important to understand this...
We will speak on these issues and more, this Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at 8:00 pm. I hope that you can join us. For more information, visit our Facebook page.
Abibifahodie (Black Liberation),
If you've seen the video below, then you know that the police in this country are pushing Black people to the point of responding to violence and terrorism. In this video, young Black children were leaving a party and attacked and terrorized by police officers. One officer pulled out his gun on a young man who was bracing to protect a young Sister who was slammed on the ground by the officer.
Tonight we're going to discuss the real necessity for Black men to organize a way to bring an end to police terrorism without unleashing King Alfred on our people. It's a sticky situation and one that we need to deal with successfully. And the million dollar question on the table is, "Where are the Black men?"
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--NO LIVE CALLS TONIGHT! Catch up on part one of our State of the Black Youth series. Returning tomorrow night with part three. Listen in at 347-327-9967
This week on The Conversation Cafe™ A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will talk with celebrity & entertainment blogger Ray Cornelius, who keeps us "in the know" about the latest in entertainment news. In the second half of the show A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will discuss “The Real Angle of the Educational System and How It Impacts Black Youth” with Nationally-known author and public speaker, Tunette Powell.
Tunette Powell has received a host of prestigious public speaking awards, including being named the top persuasive speaker in the country in 2012, as she has traveled throughout the country motivating and encouraging young men and women at schools, colleges and universities, and nonprofit organizations. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, Powell has dedicated her life to being the change she wishes to see. Powell published her long-awaited debut memoir, The Other Woman – a bold and emotional memoir about her father’s drug addiction and the impact it had on her life. In 2013, Powell shared her story on Oprah’s Lifeclass for Daddyless Daughters. The odds were stacked high against Powell, but she healed through telling her story, letting it go and creating a new story to tell. And she intends to spend the rest of her life helping other women and youth find hope and healing.
For more information about:
Ray Cornelius visit: Website: www. raycornelius.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/Ray-Cornelius Twitter: @RayCornelius75 / Instagram: instagram.com/raycornelius.
Tunette Powell visit: Website: www.tunettepowell.com / Facebook: facebook.com/tunettepowell Twitter: @tunettepowell
Listen in LIVE and call in to join the dialogue by calling (773) 897-3986. You will be empowered, educated and enlightened. “Remember…“where there’s no dialogue, there’s no conversation!” #TheConversationCafe
On this show we will breakdown the emerging war on black youth with a perspective on the ferguson event and the connection it has to the More than a vision like experience of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. What are the connections? What are the far reaching scope of the vision to today's war on black youth.
Is Ferguson a Microcosm of a Greater Macrocosm ??
PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST SPEAKER BROTHER PTAH 2015 WILL TOUCH ON WILL THE BLACK YOUTH NOT GRADUATE SCHOOL TO GO TO PRISON AND BECOME THE WHITE MAN FRANKENSTEIN WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST
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