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The NCEBC means business! When it comes to the prioritized focus on the academic excellence of African American students, particularly black boys, the NCEBC has a laser focus…and YOU are a necessary part of the strategy for improvement.
On January 20 NCEBCTalkRadio hosts will welcome an all-star line-up of NCEBC “DRUM-MAJORS”.
Dr. Pamela Short-Powell, a stellar African American female Superintendent from California;
Mr. Gene McCallum, one of the founders of NCEBC and masterminds behind the NCEBC trademark (and effective) “Black Male Action Plan”;
Mr. Michael Dennis, Youth Summit Coordinator
Mrs. Billie Sanders College Fair Coordinator
Our local committee members Dr. Carol Henry and Mr. Joe Peychaud
As an Urban or African American community member, you don’t want to miss this! Join NCEBCTalkRadio for 2014 Convention Preview. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from NCEBC representatives in your home state (or region) and understand why your community needs YOU to be a part of this year’s annual convention in New Orleans, LA on April 15-18, 2014.
Join Get Deep and Keep it Real as I interview Carol Mims Galloway about the state of the American School system and African Americans.
Ms. Galloway is the first African- American woman to represent District II, and in 1999 she was also the first African-American woman to represent District B on the Houston City Council where she served three terms.
President of NAACP Houston chapter after city council was elected back to school board.
She was appointed by U.S. Representative Sheila Jackson Lee to the National Commission for African-American Education as the representative for the 18th Congressional District..
Akira Brown and LaTrice Clayburn are the first students to be interviewed in a series entitled, Focus on African American College Students.
Akira Brown, born and raised in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area, is a 19 year old rising sophomore at Northeastern University with a major in Behavioral Neuroscience. Akira’s passions for life and learning are easily recognized by her campus involvement with the Northeastern Black Student Association, Minority Association of Pre-Health Students, and Ujima Scholars Program.
LaTrice Clayburn, born and raised in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area, is a 21 year old rising sophomore at Livingstone College with a major in Business, a concentration on entrepreneurship, and a minor in math. LaTrice’s passions for life and learning are easily recognized by her campus involvement as a LC Peer educator for sex education and drug and alcohol safety. As a sophomore, she will be a manager of the football team and a Resident Assistant.
Today’s African American college students have unique stories, interesting perspectives on life, and they are preparing themselves for leadership in a plethora of ways.
Bordentown School -volunteers needed - restoration underway with volunteer electrical contractor John White! A museum on the once thriving black school's cam[us kknown as The Tuskegee of The North is John's Mission.
The Bordentown school, was originally established in 1886 by Rev. W. A. Rice, a minister of the African Methodist Episcopal Church, as a private institution under the name of New Brunswick Technical School. It was later called "The Ironsides Normal School." in honor of Commodore Stewart the benefactor of t Bordentown's Campus, his 350 acre estate .
Reverend Walter A.S. Rice of the African Methodist Episcopal Church in New Brunswick founded the Bordentown School in 1876 as New Brunswick Technical Institute a privately supported educational entity. Reverend Rice’s mission was to educate African American students of both sexes and train them “in such industries as shall enable them to become self-supporting”. The school was founded just five years after the famous Tuskegee Institute in Alabama was formed. It was known as the Tuskegee of The North"
The school relocated to Bordentown City in 1886, where it was shrewdly renamed and incorporated as the New Jersey Manual Training and Industrial School for Colored Youth. The name change from Technical Institute to Manual Training was an insult to the founders and it was the beginning of the propaganda campaign against black educational institutions, as a continuation of slave labor. The donor of the property, Commander Stewart, the oldest enlistee in the Civil War and an Irish activist demanded in his will that his property be used for training purposes- the State of New Jersey believes they meet the requirements, insofar as they offer training courses to their detainees.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal featuring host Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire
"Africa On The Move" is a Pan-African talk show. It serves as a tool for the voiceless and to direct the people toward their liberation. Join us on Sundays evenings at 7:00 p.m., as we speak truth to power. Listen in at (323) 679-0841 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move.
Rabbi Jeremiah Ben Zaddik Yisrael brings his 50+ years of studies and experience in the esoteric wisdom to explain what evil is where we stand with it and what we have to do to get rid of it in order to set oneself on the path to reach for something hire. It is written, "The fear of YHVH that is wisdom, and the seperation from evil that is understanding" If one doesn't know what evil is or how it works then one cannot gird themselves to wage war against it.
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Tuberculosis isn’t on a lot of people’s radar, but it should be. Technically, there is a global tuberculosis pandemic, with someone dying every 25 seconds. Tuberculosis is also developing resistance to even the most powerful, “last line of defense” antibiotics currently made.
What can you do to protect yourself from drug-resistant tuberculosis? Join me for the next episode of Herbal Prepper Live, July 27, 2014, where I will discuss antibiotic herbs and essential oils, length of care, herbs to ease the symptoms of tuberculosis, the impact of tuberculosis care on your food storage, how to support your immune system, as well as herbs and essential oils to disinfect a sick room.
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Join us Today for a great discussion on the subject of How can we Stop the Mass Incarceration of our African American Men in America. We will be discussing salution to this problem, how did we get back to this New Jim Crow System of Slavery under a different name. Where will we go in this age of Mass incarceration in a supposively Color Blind Society.. Join us today on blogtalkradio/what's on your mind radio broadcast at 6:pm central time.
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