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  • 02:00

    Why We Love Being Black

    in Politics

    People of all races love many things about being Black, and they take those things, trying to make them their own, while too many of us look at ourselves with disdain. I believe that Black people need to change our minds about us and begin to embrace the things that are uniquely Black. We have to love those things, while loving ourselves. Black people in America are a special and wonderful blend of horrible oppression, faith, hope, creativity, spirituality and unresolved issues. No matter how bad things are, we still have what it takes to make it better. Haven’t we always? Yes, and I love that about us. For all the problems, the ups and downs of being part of the most challenged race on the planet, there is nothing more beautiful than walking, talking and dancing in the sun as Black people. We are the party and everyone wants to attend. It’s time for us to celebrate.


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  • 02:37

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com


    Tonight's Topic: Emotions or Black Business What Table are you at? 

  • 02:30

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com 


    2nd Hour Minding your Black Owned Business w/Sister Kay Mac 


    This Show will Explore the business of owning a profit and non profit business we will be speaking with different business owners and guests exploring ways of starting and maintaining Your Black Owned Businesses. All questions are welcome! Join Sister Kay Mac in this hour of knowledge and understanding. 

  • 02:05

    The Economics of Being Black w/Prof.Phillip Gillon

    in National

    This Show focuses on:


    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com 


    2nd Hour Minding your Black Owned Business w/Sister Kay Mac 


    This Show will Explore the business of owning a profit and non profit business we will be speaking with different business owners and guests exploring ways of starting and maintaining Your Black Owned Businesses. All questions are welcome! Join Sister Kay Mac in this hour of knowledge and understanding. 

  • 02:11

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com

  • 01:57

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com

  • 02:09

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com

  • 02:08

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com

  • 02:25

    The Economics of Being Black w/Professor Phillip Gillion

    in National

    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com 

  • 01:59

    The Economics of Being Black w/Prof.Phillip Gillon and Sister Kay Mac

    in National

    This Show focuses on:


    How to unify our financial efforts to REDUCE our dependence on federal and state programs;
    Enfranchisement and ‘using’ other peoples social credit systems (Social Security, Income Taxation, State refunds and Federal monies);
    Building business credit, how to use personal credit to build with others;
    Collective bargaining, how to convert debt into a collective form of barter, AND much, much more!


    For more information, on those topic, email Prof. Phillip Gillon at, profphil@politicsandmoneyinc.com 


    2nd Hour Minding your Black Owned Business w/Sister Kay Mac 


    This Show will Explore the business of owning a profit and non profit business we will be speaking with different business owners and guests exploring ways of starting and maintaining Your Black Owned Businesses. All questions are welcome! Join Sister Kay Mac in this hour of knowledge and understanding. 

  • 01:37

    Why are some Black people ashamed of their History?

    in Current Events

    Some of us have seen it and some of us live it. Say she was being black and ashamed of ourpast struggles and Future...but why?

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