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Listen to this special broadcast of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We present our regular PANW reports with a focus on developments in Baltimore where a rebellion and mass demonstrations erupted this week in response to the police killing of Freddie Grey as well as the overall oppressive conditions prevalent among African Americans in this Maryland city. Lee Patterson of the Baltimore People's Power Assembly (PPA) will join us again for another on the ground report about the situation inside the city. There is a review as well of the hidden history of the April 6-7, 1968 rebellion in Baltimore in the aftermath of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., who was martyred on April 4 in Memphis. An appeal surrounding the health emergency of United States political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal is also presented. In addition a detailed discussion on the situation in Baltimore is presented from KPFA.
Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program features our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the ongoing rebellions and mass demonstrations against racist repression in Baltimore and other cities around the United States. In the second hour we will provide an update on the medical emergency of U.S. political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal in Pennsylvania. Also we will highlight an audio documentary on Africa and World War I with a special focus on the East African state of Tanzania.
I met my first African American Athiest here in Las Vegas in 2003, he was my roommate and workmate ! At the time I did not know but he never responded to my words that I spoke out of scripture ! Brother Will was 10 years older then me and grew up in Chicago as he and his family are Christians ! He told me he was raised in a Baptist Church but thay was all said ! In April of 2002 we became roommates at the Southcove Apt on 15 th street & Fremont in Downtown Las Vegas ! What we had in common was we were both African American's, worked Day Labor together and we liked partying ( Crack) and Women ! I liked Will, he was like a big Brother to me and he was very generous and he never said anything about my belief in my Lord or interfere with my daily prayers and scripture study ! How it was revealed to me, we used to quote our beloved Brother Malcom X to each other ! Then one day he said Brother, I don't believe there is a God or a Devil but he never said the reason he stopped believing in a God nor did I asked him ! The thing is, I felt Will was in my Life for a reason, to lead him back home ! This is the Story of Brother William Gardner for Chicago, Illionois RIP- 2011 !
Join 'Africa On The Move' today, Sunday, May 3, 2015 from 7 - 9 PM EST. Today's theme is: 'Why So Many People Feel Powerless or Just Don't Believe In This System?' Join Us by dialing in at (323) 679-0841 or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move. We will discuss other important topics that affect our community with our political panelists; we would like also to hear your perspectives as well.
Often there is discussion and studies regarding black women being single, without a mate. Nobody ever tries to bring forth dialogue regarding ending the crisis. Now African American Women Matters have.
African American men are very liberal about dating outside his race. And is known to be a very staunch supporter of interracial love. I don't have anything against anyone that date outside their race.
I don't have a problem with black women that date outside of their race. I've heard that the black community isn't really supportive and somewhat ostracize black women that date out. It has been said that the black community is willing to embrace white women as an in-law but not a white male as an in-law. Is this true? If why?
Should the black community try to be more inclusive to black women involved in interracial relationships. Should African American women become vocal about ending the single black women crisis? So much 'ratchedness' would end if single black women could find a partner. Let's be civil and discuss this topic. If you think AAWM is wrong to bring this topic to the table explain why.
On this week's episode, in the wake of the civil unrest in Baltimore, the PQW family are hosting a genuine conference amongst out peers. The Art of Genuine Communication, Conflict Resolution and much more will be set at the table. The call in number is (347) 884-8239
Per usual, the PQW family encourages our people to allow your voices to be heard. Internet Gangsters and Cyberspace Snipers (yes; we know you are out there in number and a comfortable distance) can and will be reached out and touched as needed. The pursuit of clarity and solutions continues...
To those black businesses, artists and entrepreneurs abroad, looking to get put on or advertisement; your information must be sent to Platinumqueen1@gmail.com. We take care of our own here as we all must stand up and represent. Also, comments, complaints, gripes, show topics and all things pertaining are most welcomed and will possibly be read on the air. We broadcast live each Sunday at 6PM Eastern Standard Time/3PM Pacific Standard Time. We'll see you there...
The timing is right to have a dialogue about the justice system and the minority community. Join me and 2 guests as we come together to have a provocative conversation on the state of justice as it pertains to the minority community.
African-American Attorney Rosemary Crawford, Esq. who is running for Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas and Hugo Marin, Hispanic journalist will discuss how all of the recent chain of event of police brutallity impact our justice system or may be impacted by our justice system.
You can talk back to us on Monday, May 4 at 11:30 am - 12:00 pm Est. time.
The NEW show was created to bring about a collaboration of voices between African-American and Latina women to discuss the issues that impact our quality of life and matters that matter to us.
The Marketing Pulpit (New York) Radio Show, hosted by radio veteran Dennis Shipman is an intriguing, dynamic and provocative Internet based radio program that fosters cultural consciousness while promoting Pan-African economic empowerment.
Shipman owns a small, 100% Disabled, M/W/BE owned firm (East New York Management, and, its subsidiary, Applied Anthropologics, Inc), which provides consultation, multi-media and talent management and production, with the objective of empowering artists and businesses to employ psychoacoustics – i.e., music and speech- to tell potential clients what they do...
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Many have been unfairly harrassed by police, driving whie black, sitting while black, walking while black, breathing while black, that seems to be the only offense they committed. But blackness is not a crime, and of the 250,000 stop and frisk incidents recorded by police in the first quarter of 2015, the vast majority were African Americans, who were let go without any charges. This is unconstitutional, and today's guests, from the lawfirm of Romanucci and Blandin, will explain the Federal Class Action lawsuit filed on behalf of those who have been unlawfully stopped and searched by police. Rev. Paul Jakes has organized an effort to spread the word to those who have been harrassed without cause within the last two years to enable them to be a part of the lawsuit.
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Tune in as Dr. Monica R. Miller, one of the recognized scholars of African-American religion and culture, joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Show to discuss an important and emerging field of study – religion and hip hop.
Dr. Monica R. Miller is an Assistant Professor of Religion and Africana Studies and director of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Lehigh University who holds research interests in religion, youth culture, popular culture, identity and difference. She is the author of the critically acclaimed book, Religion and Hip Hop and a co-author of the new book, Religion in Hip Hop: Mapping the New Terrain. Her work has been featured in a host of regional and national print, radio, live video, and TV news outlets including NPR, The Washington Post and Huffington Post Live. She has presented her research at colleges, universities, and conferences throughout the U.S., Cuba and Canada.
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In the first hour of the show, Linda Haywood will discuss the book African Americans in US Foreign Policy.
The second half of the show is devoted to a open dialogue about the current situation in Baltimore with my guest Dr, Stephany Rose.
Today we return to the most controversial part of Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz's speech 'MESSAGE TO THE GRASS ROOTS'
"Once they formed it, with the white man over it, he promised them and gave them $800,000 to split up between the Big Six; and told them that after the march was over they’d give them $700,000 more. A million and a half dollars — split up between leaders that you’ve been following, going to jail for, crying crocodile tears for. And they’re nothing but Frank James and Jesse James and the what-do-you-call-’em brothers.
[As] soon as they got the setup organized, the white man made available to them top public relations experts; opened the news media across the country at their disposal; and then they begin [sic] to project these Big Six as the leaders of the march. Originally, they weren’t even in the march. You was [sic ] talking this march talk on Hastings Street — Is Hastings Street still here? — on Hasting Street. You was [sic] talking the march talk on Lenox Avenue, and out on — What you call it? — Fillmore Street, and Central Avenue, and 32nd Street and 63rd Street. That’s where the march talk was being talked. But the white man put the Big Six [at the] head of it; made them the march. They became the march. They took it over. And the first move they made after they took it over, they invited Walter Reuther, a white man; they invited a priest, a rabbi, and an old white preacher. Yes, an old white preacher. The same white element that put Kennedy in power — labor, the Catholics, the Jews, and liberal Protestants; [the] same clique that put Kennedy in power, joined the march on Washington.
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