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WORDS MAKE PEOPLE - On Sunday April 10, 2016 from 1-3 p.m. EST
Join me, Michael Saahir and my co-host Mustaffaa Abdullah in discussion with our special guest Dr. Amiri Al-Hadid of Nashville, TN and Brother Ameen Muhammad of Los Angeles, CA as we discuss: AL-ISLAM and AFRO-CENTRICITY at HCBUs (Historically Black Colleges and Universities).
Imam W. Deen Mohammed stated that “Afrocentricity, minus Islam, is a cheat!” Those words still strongly resonate in the mind, heart and souls of his followers. On many collegiate level campuses African American history departs have been created or expanded to include deeper studies on the contributions of, and the diaspora of African and her children.
Dr. Al-Hadid served as chair of Tennessee State University Faculty Senate, chair of Africana Studies and is a professor. He is active in the National Council for Black Studies, the Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations, and the Association of Social and Behavioral Scientists.
Brother Ameen Mohammed is the author of the book, “AFROCENTRICITY, MINUS AL-ISLAM, CHEATS--: EXPOSING THE CONSPIRACY TO ROB AFRICAN AMERICANS OF THEIR MOST PRECIOUS HERITAGE”
A challenge many Muslim college students face is the aggressive methods many college history professors use as they charge, “Islam as being a slave-making religion.” On many campuses there are attempts to totally remove Islam from African studies.
This version of WORDS MAKE PEOPLE will address these challenges including what should we be doing to address these concerns.
We welcome you to listen by calling 714 816-4673; you can press 1 to speak with host. Or listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2016/04/17/al-islam-and-afro-centricity-at-hcbus-historically-black-colleges-universities
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. March., 22nd, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Will Afro-Cubans & African Americans Be Able To Financially Benefit From Improved U.S./Cuban Policies?
1) We discussed President's Obama historic trip to Cuba and what it means for Afro Cubans and African Americans. 2) More violence at a Donald Trump rally this past weekend in Arizona. An African American who is a Trump supporter attacked an Anti-Trump protester. 3) Recap of the Congressional Hearings on Thursday, March 17th where Gov. Rick Snyder was grilled by Congress. 4) We shared an excerpt of Dr. Marimba Ani's remarks at the Memorial Service for Dr. Frances Cress Welsing this past Saturday in Washington, D.C. 5) This date in African American History.
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This week we talk with writer and director of one of my all time favorite movies SLC Punk, James Merendino. We talk about the SLC Punk franchise, The music around the movie, and the long awaited sequel SLC Punk 2 Punk's Dead. We also talk about the process of putting together a sequel like this almost 20 years after the original and the ever changing punk scene.
So join Saucey, Odell and James for all the Verbal Sex And Violence we can Time Bomb into Your Crazy Fucked Up EarHoles.
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Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with cohost Tanya McLain-Pruitt discuss Out of control EGO.
Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with cohost Tanya McLain-Pruit discuss Human nature and the truth.
Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with cohost Tanya McLain-Pruitt discuss Living in Denial of the truth. Please join us to discuss this topic, with our special Nigerian Guest Dakore Akande.
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Join Holly Stephey & Spencer Drate as we talk to Queens Museum guest curator Marc H. Miller , Monte Melnick (Ramones' tour manager) about the Ramones two-part exhibition celebrating the lasting influence of punk rock progenitors the Ramones.The exhibition's two parts will share many key objects drawn from more than 50 public and private collection across the world, each will explore the Ramones through a different lens: In 1976, the Ramones changed music forever with the release of their self-titled debut album. Their minimalist tunes, slapstick lyrics, buzzsaw guitars, and blitzkrieg tempo became the wellspring for a genre of music and a strain of culture.Timed to coincide with the 40th anniversary of that album’s release, Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk explores the lasting influence the punk rockers had on their hometown, from their start in Queens to their history-making performances at CBGB, highlighting their musical achievements, and placing a special influence on the dynamic synergy between New York City's music and visual arts scenes in the 1970s and 1980s.The Queens Museum in New York and GRAMMY Museum® in Los Angeles have announced they are partnering to present an unprecedented two-part exhibition celebrating the lasting influence of punk rock progenitors the Ramones.Hey! Ho! Let's Go: Ramones and the Birth of Punk will be on view at the Queens Museum from April 10 through July 31, 2016, and will open at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles on Sept. 16, 2016, on display through March 2017.
Madeleine Holly Rosing come on the show to talk Steam Punk and the Comic, Boston Metaphysical the comic that will change you life!
We talk Steam Punk to could lovecraft stories be done as Steam Punk
Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with her cohost Tanya McLain-Pruitdiscuss lack of Gender Equality, with a special guest.
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Queen Mother of Afro Beat Sandra Izsadore along with cohost Tanya McLain-Pruitt discuss BLACK Folks and the Church. We will also discuss why many BLACKS don't vote.
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