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A young sister recently uploaded a video about her experience with some black people. They felt due to her well spoken speech she was "trying to be white". Some black people feel stuggle and ignorance is a badge of honor. If you want to do well for yourself then that is a problem. They will call you a coon,sellout,self hater and many other names. Where did this mentality come from? Why some black people feel being black is living poor and destitute? We want to address this topic in the show
This show will allow callers to call in and share their gripes and complaints. I make many YouTube videos that rub people the wrong way. I wanted to give them the opportunity get things off their chest. The first show did so well that people kept emailing me to do another one. So we will try to do this once a month from now on.
This is the first time we will do a show where the people can talk about anything they would like. I have encouraged people who don't agree with my videos to call in. No matter the subject we will discuss it on this show tonight. I wanted to give people the opportunity also speak with me about issues they are having personally as well. Make sure you join the conversation.
The current state of the black family is not a good one. Most of our children are being raised or were raised without a father. The void of not having a father in the household has greatly damaged our community. Never in the history of our people have we seen the level of disrespect,whoredom,immoral and rebellion in our children. We want to focus on the internal and external things that caused this. Our guest will be Nomja Muhammed from Nomja Reflects. She is a writer and advocate of the family. The vast knowledge this sister has on this subject will bring answers and solutions to our problems. Our goal is to heal and repair our broken family.
America has advanced in many ways concerning the issue of race. Slavery was a legal institution that America must continue to recognize. Slavery was abolished in America but the issue of race never went away. The civil rights movement sought to bring a end to discrimination and equality. The movement had great success but many lives were lost. The presidency of Barack Obama is something many in this country black or white thought would never happen. Many felt racism was over with once he stepped in office. I wish that were the case but racism have gotten worse in 2014. We are seeing things happen today that we thought we got past. We seen the response to George Zimmerman and how it tore the country apart. The shooting of Mike Brown by Darren Wilson have created another divide. Police are doing clearly racist acts and when blacks speak up it's a problem. Why can't we move past racism? We have so many issues to deal with as a people yet the problems of the 1800's won't go away.
Black Americans feel bothered by the stealing of our culture. No matter what it's viewed as wrong,nasty,low class and negative. The moment someone outside of the black community do the same exact thing it's praised. It's viewed as something trendy,exotic, and innovative. A black person can rap or sing for years and get no promotion or billboards. The moment a non black person does it they get it all in a short period of time. They don't have to even be the best just sound half way like a black person. A lot of black people feel they love our culture but don't want us doing it. We want to explore this topic and frustration from our callers
The current state of the black community can't be fixed. It has been broken so long that generations deem the broken state normal. Sometime things must die to bring in something new and better. This show will focus on letting go the old to make room for the new. We will also discuss things we need to do to build a greater community
Tonight we will speak on parents that was abusive to their children. Many people grew up with mental,verbal and physical abuse. Due to their childhood some of them suffer in their relationships,personal life or overall mental health. Mental and verbal abuse is something we don't speak on very much. Physical abuse is seen by everyone but no one sees the mental scars upon children. Some have acted out in violence,unhealthy sexual relationships,and the need to be accepted or fit in with others. One thing we want to bring is a platform for others to vent or get advice about their situation. I will also share things from my childhood as well.
The topic of domestic violence been in the news. Ray Rice was shown punching his then fiancee in the face. Hope Solo was charged for hitting her sister and nephew. US District Judge Mark Fuller beat his wife and was charged. Solange Knowles fought her brother in law Jay Z and wasn't even charged. Some in the public feel domestic violence is wrong for men but give excuse to women. Another group feel if the abuse is on tape it makes it worse. If we are going to say domestic violence is wrong then why do we have the same people giving excuse to something that wrong. We want to speak about this tonight and get some answers.
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