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Public AccessTV Talk Show Host Jeff "DJ Gatsby" Wilson Hits The Blog Talk Radio Scene With His New Show Who's Who In African American Literature. The New And Innovative Show Comes On The Heels Of The Up-Coming Book & The Successful Website Which All Go By The Same Name. DJ Gatsby a/k/a The Voice Of Urban Lit Invites You To Meet & Greet Some Of Todays New & Upcoming Authors As Well As Poets, Comics, Singers, Rappers, Actors & Celeb's From Mu
On this Episode We will talk to Mr. Tambuzi about the significance of African American History. Mr. Tambuzi is one fo the the people who influenced me to do more and be more. Mr. Tambuzi is a co-founder of the Affordable Housing Coalition of San Diego and served as its first treasurer. Additionally, he served as consultant to the Southeastern Economic Development Corp. (SEDC); working on employment and job readiness issues, and Christ Church of San Diego, Inc., as program co
Nationally Certified School Psychologist, Author and Lecturer Dr. Umar Johnon of Hidden Colors 1 & 2 will be our guest. We'll discuss his new book "Psycho Academic Holocaust: The Special Education & ADHD War Against Black Boys" and his return to Detroit, June 7th-9th for "The Meeting Of The Minds 2". Visit www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com for a wide selection of African History DVD lectures & CDS.
Today On Help Relationships 102, we show the unique susceptibility that peer pressure has in the life of the young African American Daughter. Indeed, youths of every race and ethnicity are subject to its influence, but what makes the African American daughter especially vulnerable to its seemingly irresistible demands, to the utter destruction of her future. And what shaping power does peer pressure play on her journey to becoming a "Mad Black Woman"?
Join us as we address the unaddressed issue of the life shaping power that peer pressure can have in the life of the African American daughter!
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The African American Economic Recovery Think Tank founding members Stanley L. Scott and Edward Exson Sr., commission this 2014 and beyond Agenda. As compassionate leaders our lifetime goal to find and direct the strength of character and self-empowerment within the African American community; we will address the key components needed to achieve this holistic transformational agenda. This paradigm shift has a millennium affect that will endowed African American families and communities to achieve full equality in America and the world.
"History shows that it does not matter who is in power... those who have not learned to do for themselves and have to depend solely on others never obtain any more rights or privileges in the end than they did in the beginning." -- Dr. Carter G. Woodson
“African Americans have forgotten the hard road of slavery our ancestor's traveled to get us to this point. It's a shame we have allowed the values that once strengthened us to be replaced with materialistic consumption and the "I" mentality embraced by class division. We who assume we have attained equality in America are "stuck on stupid" and blocking the way for true equality in education, healthcare prevention and prosperity for the majority of African Americans.”
TODAYS GUESTS ARE AUTHORS CHRIS HENRY & TUMEKI GRIFFIN Chris Henry said this about his book "Out Of Work", This is a story about a guy who settled in a position at Allen Shields. After a few years of ass kissing, he got a big promotion that placed him right at the top, except now he's managing a warehouse full of people who hates his guts. As a result, Lionel changed overnight and became the meanest boss anyone co
Tune in to the Pan-African Journal African American History Month program on February 23, 2013 from 6:00-8:00pm. The program is entitled "A Revolutionary Perspective on the Emancipation Proclamation and the Civil War." The program will feature Tachae J. Davis, Workers World Youth Fraction organizer and contributor to the Can't Jail the Revolution blog. Also Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire and host of the Pan-African Journal will be the keynote speaker. This e
Umi Hankins will facilitate a dialogue with guest presenters Kalimah Johnson and Lauren Collins as they explore some of the historical and current challenges of sexual assault in the Detroit, Michigan African American community. Additionally, they will discuss current alternative culturally specific sexual assault prevention and intervention strategies that are being implemented locally and that assist with healing from emotional and physical trauma.
Today on HELP! Relationships 102, we talk about the effect that the hopeless community of the "HOOD" has on an already hopeless and searching African American young man! Wounded by his relationship with his wounded parents, he search for in the street life that which he could not find at home, to his own statistical destruction!
Is there any hope for our lost African American sons?
Join us as we address the unaddressed issue of hope for the hopeless African American son!
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