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  • Is Being Black a Crime? The Double Standards of Privilege...

    in Motivation

    This evening, Seven and Mz OptimiZm will discuss the sad yet relevant topic of race...is being BLACK a crime?


    Chime in as we talk about :


    The Napa Valley Wine FAIL, 11 Professional women from a Book Club  were degraded as they were asked to depart from the Wine train...because they were laughing.


    The WDBJ On Air Shooting- Wrong is wrong, but is the Black shooter already being tried by the public and suggesting the DEATH PENALTY? Where was that same reaction as it relates to the Emanuel 9?


    The "Oh so Kind" Walmart Greeter Mary Bertetto targets two black men as they shopped...with backpacks on.


    The Two sides of the "Border" Are minority Countries being pushed back and pushed out while European and Mediterranean Countries are being turned a blind eye?


    Is there a trend of unfair acts related to African Americans? Has it become ILLEGAL to be....Black?


    Chime in and let us know YOUR thoughts


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  • 00:32

    Being Black..........A Secret Society?

    in Radio

    Is being black like being in a secret Society? Heres why i ask, the other day i saw a dude crossing the street and another car almost hit him. At that moment he looks at me and we Knod. My daugther said, "what was that?" and i replied, " That was him saying did you see that s@#t?! and me sayimg Hell yeah!! This got me to thinking just when i thought the black society was dying we RISE!! Call in 607-203-5357

  • Being Black in America....the Black Experience

    in Culture

    Lets talk about it....from the disproportionate incarceration rates, the educational system, racial profiling....to shopping while black...whats YOUR experience? And what are the positives? our culture, our resilience..etc...JOIN US FOR A CONVERSATION...347-855-8692

  • 01:09

    BEING BLACK

    in Entertainment

    Black 

  • 01:09

    BEING BLACK : THE GIFT AND THE CURSE

    in Lifestyle

    THE GIFT AND THE CURSE ABOUT BEING BLACK, ESPECIALLY IN AMERICA. TUNE IN 8PM EST.

  • 02:00

    The pressures of being Black

    in Entertainment

    Do you find it hard being a person of color at times? Stop and frisk, Profiling, Mean Commentary on the TV the Radio and the internet? Share your stories with the Zaiyah's House Family and lets all try to find a solution to these age old problems.

  • 01:00

    Rachel Dolezal and Being Black/Transracial & Does Your Church Need Security?

    in Lifestyle

    The revelation that Rachel Dolezal, now former head of Spokane, Washington’s NAACP chapter, is white but identifies as black has prompted a social media and cable news blitz as the country tries to make sense of a person who has artificially constructed her racial identity. Many have dubbed her as “transracial,” while others have decried that “transracial” is not actually a thing. Caught in the crossfire is a group that actually does identify as transracial, but whose identities and experiences in no way relate to Dolezal’s fabrications.


    What do you think? Can people be “transracial”? Does this truly exist?


    Several days ago a man walked into a church with a gun and killed 9 people in cold blood. This was a very tragic incident.  With that said, does your church need to consider security? 


    What do you think? We want to hear from YOU!


    Thank you for the continued support.


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  • 01:01

    NAACP Leader Have Been Lying About Being Black, BEYONCE OVERRATED?

    in Entertainment

    (CNN)The race of one of the most prominent faces in Spokane, Washington's black community is under question after her estranged mother claimed she is white but is "being dishonest and deceptive with her identity."


    Rachel Dolezal, 37, is the head of the local chapter of the NAACP and has identified herself as at least partly African-American. But her Montana birth certificate says she was born to two parents who say they are Caucasian. The parents shared that document and old photos with CNN.


    "We are her birth parents," Lawrence Dolezal told CNN on Friday. "We do not understand why she feels it's necessary to misrepresent her ethnicity."


    CNN tried to reach Rachel Dolezal for comment by emailing and calling her, but was unsuccessful. The Spokane Spokesman-Review. newspaper reported, though, that she has framed the controversy surrounding her racial identity in the context of litigation over guardianship of her adopted brother.


    According to court documents obtained by CNN, Rachel Dolezal's adopted brother, who is black, sought emancipation from Ruthanne and Lawrence Dolezal in 2010. The adopted brother, now 21, said the Dolezals used "physical forms of punishment" and had sent his brother and sister away to group homes because they didn't cooperate with the couple's religion and rules.


    The adopted brother wanted to live with Rachel Dolezal "in a multiracial household where black culture is celebrated and I have a connection to the black community," the court papers said. The papers did not specify Rachel Dolezal's race.


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  • 01:12

    THE CRIME OF BEING BLACK FEATURING THE UNITED NATIONS OF CONSCIOUSNESS

    in Entertainment

    The current narrative of the police state is to shoot first, blame later. Police are now shooting people then coming up with reasons to validate their brutality afterwards. After they have concoted a reason for the shooting they the police department then sets out to assinate the charector of the person they had shot. This is the demonic repeating cycle of police terrorism. While the circumstances may be different all of the people being shot share one commonality. They are all Black. Why are the footsoldiers of the establishment so hell bent on destroying the original people? Why are we funding the madness they are perpetuating? Why is it illegal to be aboriginal? THE CRIME OF BEING BLACK. 


    The staff of the non profit grass roots orginization, United Nations of Consciousness,  will be talking about there mission, hashtag activism, and blackeconomics


     


     

  • 02:04

    TIRED OF BEING BLACK

    in Self Help

    TIRED OF BEING BLACK
    Butterfly Evolution welcomes Author Rodney Jordan -
    Never Judge A Book By Its Title….  "TIRED OF BEING BLACK" offers a fresh perspective on the struggles and stereotypes of the black race from a man who personified most of them growing up but then turned his life around to become a school teacher, a basketball coach and a positive role model to hundreds of students and athletes. 
    In his literary work, Jordan draws heavily from his experiences growing up in an urban area largely defined by drugs, violence, teen pregnancy, and welfare.  Jordan disrespected and rebelled against all authority figures in his life which led to him being forced out of his mother's home at the age of twelve.  Tired of being Black exposes negative stereotypes that Black Males like the young Rodney Jordan often perpetuate through their actions, reactions and lack of actions. 
    Men and Women of all races, grab as many young people as possible... 
    You Do Not Want To Miss This Show! 
    Join us Tuesday October 1st 8PM CST.  Listen by selecting the link or by calling 818-691-7406.  To speak with the host or our special guest select the number 1.
     

  • 02:08

    TIRED OF BEING BLACK PART 2

    in Self Help

    NEVER JUDGE A BOOK BY ITS COVER


    Butterfly Evolution welcomes Author Rodney Jordan back to the show!


    TIRED OF BEING BLACK offers a fresh perspective on the struggles and stereotypes of the black race from a man who personified most of them growing up but then turned his life around to become a school teacher, a basketball coach and a positive role model to hundreds of students and athletes. Yet there are some that expect Rodney to speak a certain way, to dress a certain way and to be a father to many but a husband to none.


    In his literary work, Jordan draws heavily from his experiences growing up in an urban area largely defined by drugs, violence, teen pregnancy, and welfare.  Jordan disrespected and rebelled against all authority figures in his life which led to him being forced out of his mother's home at the age of twelve.  Tired of being Black exposes negative stereotypes that Black Males like the young Rodney Jordan often perpetuate through their actions, reactions and lack of actions. 


    Men and Women of all races, grab as many young people as possible and join us Monday February 17th at 8PM CST. Listen by calling 818-691-7406 or by selecting this link.