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tonight we are talking about Black/Negro Assimilation in America.
Carlos Roncal, CEO of World Language Schools in Dallas, TX; and
Svetlana Peker, insurance broker in DFW area.
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CUBANOS IN WISCONSIN BY SILVIO CANTO JR
Today, we are going to just see what kind of mayhem that Bear and I can conjure up. Also, maybe some topics in the news, also the excitement to hear this awesome story of strength and sheer willpower on the next upcoming guest. We gonna talk some current native issues such as Racism, assimilation, and the Redskins? Enjoy!!
Alvaro Huerta, Ph.D. & Manuel Barajas, Ph.D. Will be discussing immigration and other related topics affecting the Latino community and larger society.
Alvaro Huerta, Ph.D, Visiting Scholar, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center
Author, "Reframing the Latino Immigration Debate: Towards a
Humanistic Paradigm," by San Diego State University Press (2013).
Manuel Barajas, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Sociology, California State University, Sacramento
Heidi Sarabia, Ph.D., just finished her Ph.D. in sociology, UC Berkeley
Sun, Jul 27, 3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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This is "The afrikan Village Community Podcast"
With yours truly moderator and host Jaycee a.k.a. AfroBlack who will use his mic to chucka, chucka' ya wit liberated conscious Truth.......This Saturday's topic and subject matter is titled,
"Did Willy "Lynch" The Black Woman's Independence ?" pt2
This is a subject matter most avoid due to it's controversial personal verbiage that kindles anger and discourse. Afrikan/blacks here in the US and abroad are so disconnected that we refuse to deal with deep seeded psychological issues that are effecting us as a whole. We are a people that can and will adapt and survive no matter the conditions and circumstance but as it stands today our assimilation into this country has destroyed the fabric and psyche of the black community. This is verified in the black community it self by updated statistics on problematic family issues and high divorce rate as well as the high black incarceration and victimization that continues in spite of what we know the system remains the same and yet we continue in hope of a better day.