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  • 00:31

    Kareem Says Ben Carson is Terrible for Black Americans

    in Politics Conservative

    Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has generally been regarded as a serious-thinking man when it comes to social issues. Then TIME magazine gave him an op ed column, and he proved to be just another clueless liberal. HIs latest column has the unmitigated gall to say that Dr. Ben Carson would be "terrible for black Americans." Really? Seems that no one could be worse for black Americans than Barack Obama and his devastating leftist policies. Kareem also claims that Carson's reluctance to accept the climate change orthodoxy is proof that he would be a bad president. This is too juicy. We will discuss from all angles.  

  • 02:10

    Black Americans, Police Brutality and Race in the Millennium

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth and Mr. Bobby Seale ( original 1966 Founding Chairman & National Organizer of the Black Panther Party) for a thought provoking interview and discussion on Black Americans, Police Brutality and Race in the Millennium.  A show you do not want to miss. We will discuss the plethora of issues plaguing  Black Americans in the millennium, killings of Black people/other people of color, and moving forward in unity. 


     

  • 02:24

    Why they say Black Americans are not African

    in Entertainment

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    In this episode we talk about Why they say Black American are not African


     

  • 01:57

    but massa good to us : How Black Americans Support and Finance Modern Slavery

    in News

    the revolution of the mind continues....


    but massa good to us ... How Black Americans Support and Finance Modern Slavery


    Unbeknownst to many Americans, slavery was never abolished. The 13th amendment to the constitution states it plainly. The methods have changed, but the practice is the same. 

    Now the slavery is called fancy names like "mass incarceration" and the plantation is now "the prison industrial complex"...

    And we Black Americans support it. In thought and with our finances .. Most without even realizing it. Black support for modern slavery of Black Americans is entrenched in our everyday life.

    Tune in Tuesday night at 10pm if you are ready to wake up and see the matrix. 


    Won' be home, no problem.  Text WYMS to 67000 and get the listen in number sent directly to your phone 5 minutes to showtime

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  • 02:09

    Black Americans refusing to remove the special Blinders

    in Politics Progressive

    When will our people wake up or remove the lens the stop you from seeing facts. 

  • 00:24

    The History of Black Americans and the Black Church #28

    in History

    Our Scripture verse for today is Matthew 19:14 which reads: "But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven."


    Our History of Black Americans and the Black Church quote for today is from Lee June, a professor at Michigan State University and the author of the book, "Yet With A Steady Beat: The Black Church through a Psychological and Biblical Lens." He said, "The possibility and reality of becoming someone new is offered by Jesus Christ when one is placed in the true church. Second Corinthians 5:17 states: 'Therefore if any man [person] be in Christ, he [or she] is a new creature [creation]: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.' This is a profound message of the Gospel and true church. Imagine slaves who were humiliated and treated as less than persons but had within them the message of being a new creation in Christ."

  • 01:42

    Black Culture Vultures - Are Black Americans Misappropriating African Culture

    in News

    the revolution of the mind continues...


    "Black America, please stop appropriating African clothing and tribal marks." writes Zipporah Gene in a scathing editorial which asks...can Black people culturally appropriate one another?


    Do African Americans insult the cultures, history and spiritual faiths of African tribes when they wear their marks patterns and religious symbols (and almost always int he wrong way). 


    The MadMen return tomorrow night with the debate of all debates. Have Black Americans been just as guilty of misappropriation when it comes to African culture or do Black Americans have the right to claim anything from the entire continent because it is the land of our ancestors?

  • 00:23

    The History of Black Americans and the Black Church #25

    in History

    African Religious Life, Pt 2; Churches of Free Negroes, Pt 3; Black Churches Led by Blacks, Pt 2


    Our Scripture verse for today is Psalm 46:10 which reads: "Be still, and know that I am God: I will be exalted among the heathen, I will be exalted in the earth."


    Our History of Black Americans and the Black Church quote for today is from Lee June, a professor at Michigan State University and the author of the book, "Yet With A Steady Beat: The Black Church through a Psychological and Biblical Lens." He said, "Hope is also a needed element for an enduring life. Those who decide to live rather than commit suicide often have a high degree of hope. Hope is still taught in the Black Church. Hope is an integral part to the true Christian message and is reinforced in healthy Christian settings. Hope thus has deep spiritual and psychological meaning and implication. Psychologically, hope may be defined as a belief that leads one to strive for a certain outcome with the expectation that the outcome will occur."


    In this podcast, we are using as our texts: From Slavery to Freedom, by John Hope Franklin, The Negro Church in America by E. Franklin Frazier, and The Black Church In The U.S. by William A. Banks.


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  • 02:26
  • 00:23

    The History of Black Americans and the Black Church #24

    in History

    Our Scripture verse for today is Romans 12:15 which reads: "Thine, O Lord is the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty: for all that is in the heaven and in the earth is thine; thine is the kingdom, O Lord, and thou art exalted as head above all."


    Our History of Black Americans and the Black Church quote for today is from Lee June, a professor at Michigan State University and the author of the book, "Yet With A Steady Beat: The Black Church through a Psychological and Biblical Lens." He said, "The historical situation of Blacks in America—mainly one of slavery and oppression—under normal circumstances would break one's spirit. But Blacks, armed with a hope in and vision of God and an opportunity to assemble together even under the rubric of the church as an 'invisible institution,' were able to encourage each other and to focus on the true Christian message. This life-giving message is deeply undergirded and sustained by and through hope. Even today one of the favorite hymns sung in many churches is, 'My Hope is Built on Nothing Less than Jesus' Blood and Righteousness.' Other historical songs as well as sermons infused with the good news of Christ were steeped in the element of hope."


    In this podcast, we are using as our texts: From Slavery to Freedom, by John Hope Franklin, The Negro Church in America by E. Franklin Frazier, and The Black Church In The U.S. by William A. Banks. 


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