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  • 00:25

    Enclosed:Thoughts of young Black Men

    in Dads and Family

    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.


     

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  • 00:25

    Young Black Men: The Interview

    in Lifestyle

    Join me as i talk one-on-one with a young black man living in todays society. I won't hold back...I wan tto know what it's like in the REAL life of an almost endangered species!

  • 02:31

    Building a Brotherhood/ Mentoring young black men

    in Social Networking

    Tuesdays are all about building a brotherhood amongst blackmen. It seems Black children between 12 and 18 are lacking Father figures or role models in their lives. Also black men 18 to 30 seem to have an unemployment problem. Why are we waiting on the government when we can create our own jobs and start our own businesses. All these groups talking but folks are suffering. All these issues and more will be discussed on today's show. All shows are archived so if you miss it you can download on a later date. Join us from 6pm to 8pm eastern time on "Its Realtalk Live" on Blogtalk Radio. Join us for the best variety talk show on Radio. Call in at 347-826-9457 to listen and press #1 if you want to speak to the Host. Plus business opportunities and every day life topics in general...You can Join us at blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or Call (347) 826-9457 So come join us today at 6pm

  • 01:31

    Young Black Men: America’s Secret Genocide?

    in Entertainment

    As media personalities it us our duty to speak against injustice and show support for causes sometimes. Tune in this Sunday as we discuss the genocide of our young black men. What happened to the time when black people rallied together? We are losing our sons, our brother's, our fathers, and uncles to a range from street violence to racially motivated homicides. When do we pull up the curtains and join forces to save our men???? Black boys in America have the hardest burden to carry, we need to teach them exactly who they are, what they are worth, and protect them so that they grow to be the Kings they were born to be. Join us Sunday at 9PM EST as we ask...Is this America’s secret genocide? Call us and share your thoughts. 6467168772

  • 01:11

    SSWAG - How do we stop the violence on our young black men?

    in Entertainment

    Where does The Word stand on the issue?


    I believe these policemen are afraid of these young men and women because of a stereo type. Because of this fear, even if they don't see a weapon, if the young man/woman just flinches, the officer pulls the trigger out of fear. It's not right at all, but we as Believers have got to come together and break this generational curse of violence on our people. This is not a natural thing, it's spiritual. Satan wants to kill our next generation of good men/women and he wants the present generation to kill each other out of anger. We must remember who the real culprit is.


    John 10:10 The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.


    Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.


    We must come together as people of God to bring restoration to our present generation and generations to come.


    Galatians 6:1 Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such an one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.


    A spiritual fault is the same as a natural fault line. You don't know it's there until it has caused an earthquake and killed or injured many OR Scientists(Men/Women of God) study a specific area and find the fault line and repair it before it can cause anymore major damage to the area.


    Tune in Thursday, August 14, 2014 at 7pm central


    www.sswagtalkradio.com or www.blogtalkradio.com/niacomplatform or call in 323-693-3830, press 1 if you have a comment or question.

  • 01:00

    Successfully raising young black men

    in Youth

    CareGiverStory.com is proud to interview as our special guest The Reverend Kevin D. Barnes, Sr.
    Dr. Barnes was born and raised in Donaldsonville, Louisiana.  He is married to the lovely Brenda Barnes and is the father of three sons, Kevin Jr., Keith, and Kenneth Barnes, and grandfather of five.
    Dr. Barnes received his license to preach in 1986, attended Bay City Bible Institute, and the Sacramento Theological Seminary Bible College where he received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.  He was elected Pastor of the Abyssinian Baptist Church of Oakland, CA in January 1992.  Since being elected Pastor his primary focus is saving souls and changing lives.  He is faithful and understanding of the flock, and is like the Prophet Nehemiah is a strong leader, a man of character, persistent, prayerful, a brilliant planner, organizer, and motivator.  He is a genuinely humble servant of God and a passionate believer who is thoughtful, willing to listen, learn and to share his knowledge with others.
    Dr. Barnes is the author of Successfully Raising Young Black Men, which has made the Amazon.com Bestsellers List.  Successfully Raising Young Black Men is available wherever fine books are sold, including www.TorchLegacy.com, Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com, and booksamillion.com. 
    SUCCESSFULLY RAISING YOUNG BLACK MEN,INC. 2nd ANNUAL- PARENTING CONFERENCE
       August 4,2012
       8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
       Abyssinian Baptist Church
       528 33rd Street
       Oakland,CA
       94609
       Donation $20.00

  • 02:00

    Do Black Celebrities Have a Responsibility to Speak Up on Violence Against Black

    in Entertainment

    The recent rash of shootings of young black men whose only crime it appears was being black has led to an uproar in the black community. But where are the voices of some of the most influential... black celbrities? Should they have avoice or is that a role limited to black leaders only? Join us for a round table discussion as i welcome guest spoken word artist and writer Taju Shoaga and Ms. Curtis Brooks, the Social Media Maven and co-host of the radio show Find a Way to Make A way, in New York.

  • 01:43

    "Reaching A Generation" - IT IS WHAT IT IS on KLJN 107.7 with Ron E. Jefferson

    in Radio

    Our YOUTH are dealing with so many things that many of us never did growing up! Young Black men lives being senselessly lost, Violence, Frustration, Incarceration, Teen Pregnancies are all at alarming high rates, like never before!


    So what are we going to do about it? What can we do about it?"


     

  • 02:17

    GOONS NIGHT SPAZZ ON DAT AZZ WITH KWEENE BOSSDIVA & JESSICA LOVE

    in Radio

    Tonights show we will discuss the case of Freddie Gray and others like his. We have come to the point of where its becoming a fad to kill our young black men. And now more than ever, its a must we fight back. How many people are willing to fight for something we believe in. If we dont stand for something, we will fall for anything. Allow everyone out there to hear your voice. Then in the aftershow we will turn up and get freaky!! Kweene BossDiva and Jessica Lov

  • 01:59

    A MOTHER'S CRY/ HELP SAVE OUR SONS

    in Lifestyle

    Removing the bandages welcomes two powerful women: Mrs. Linda Usher Mays and Mrs. Marcellia Faltz as they Remove Bandages and talk about the loss of their sons being murdered by the hands of other young black men and how the two of them are still standing.


    When and where does it end? It's time to take our young men back.....ITS REAL!!!!!!


    We are losing too many of our young men, because they have never had that man to speak into them, push them, pray with and for them. They are making decisions that are causing them their lives as well as others. When our men stand up and take their rightful place, then the enemy will fall and have no power.