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Somewhere in America, right now, Black Women are asking Black Men, each other and anyone who will listen how to find a good Black Man to date. The easier question is how do they NOT date Black Men? In other words, what are the things that Black Women should avoid when dating Black Men so that the dating process can actually progress into something more?
The question has to be asked: How many Black women want to date a Black man who talks incessantly about how whorish, greedy and bitchy Black women are? Think about this when dating Black Men.
For my Sisters who still have faith in us, leave the negativity campaign for the girl’s night out and approach us with hope, open dialogue with a positive, productive goal, concern for the future of Black relationships, and Black families. We have plenty to discuss outside of how horrible you may think we are and many of us are still hopeful about Black women.
On the next episode of "The Bridge," Darryl James will provide insight to Black Women on how NOT to date a Black Man. Co-hosts, Tracy Powell, Marcus D. LeGall, III, Dr. John Hamilton and DJ Gates join James on one of the smartest radio shows on the Internet.
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The Butterfly Evolution welcomes Rev. Anthony Martin to discuss the anticipated release of his new book, Stop Killing Me Black Man. This literary work dissects the principle issues of black on black death and destruction from a biblical perspective. Think you've heard it all...THINK AGAIN! Rev. Martin is prepared to knock you off your feet with the untold truth about something that has been plaguing our nation for decades.
Rev. Anthony Martin received his bachelor's degree from Samuel Kelsey Bible Institute and has spent much of his life as a community organizer. He has helped numerous young men turn their life around and become successful in different aspects of life.
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Just another black man executed by police?
August 16th, 2014
Will this be just another black man executed by police or will we finally do something about it? Yesterday Michael Eric Dyson admonished President Obama for a rather neutral statement on theexecution of Michael Brown. Is it time for the President to engage?
One of my previous CNN iReport colleagues and friend David J White thinks so. He wrote on one of my posts the following.
David J White Even with all the nefarious shit Obama has to endure via the#RacistGOP, he should have further engaged the nation on egregious police brutality on African Americans. Over the period of a month, we’ve witnessed: Black woman being pummeled by a CHIPs officer, a group of #RacistRogueCopsin NYC, choke a man to death, and now the shooting death of an unarmed teen in #Ferguson. The time for #PBO to address RACE is NOW.
I few months back I wrote the piece I was Trayvon Martin the day I came to America. It is amazing that all black men still are.
What are your thoughts? Let’s talk. I will also be following our hash-tag #PoliticsDoneRight on Twitter.
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We continue to ask the question, “What is it about the Black Man that is so threatening”? This second part series is to continue what was not discussed before.
In the events of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and other young men, it was related that they displayed actions to be threatening, and were gunned down as a result. But what about the Black man in everyday life? One who holds down his responsibility to his family, his career, and to his community – what threat does he garner to others in everyday life? How does society close the door on the stereotypes that seem to follow BLACK MEN?
On this week’s episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we will address these questions with Black men who will give us raw and untamed answers.
Please join us on Wednesday, August 27, 2014, at 9:00pm PDT/ 11:00pm CDT/ 12:00 Midnight EDT, for “MEN RAW: The Threat of the Black Man”.
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This week on Real Talk with Rick and J. Rich we will be discussing the mass extermination of the black man in America. Although the term “mass extermination” may seem somewhat superlative in defining the plight of the black man in America, statistics reveal that the term may be more accurate than most realize.
According to numbers released by the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, black men are dying at the hands of law enforcement officers at a rate of two per week. When white vigilante and security officers are considered the numbers rise to one every 28 hours.
Unfortunately, the systematic extermination of black men extends beyond our young men being gunned down by law enforcement. Below, you will find several methodologies that are being used to minimize the impact of the black man in the black community.
The feminization of the black male image (promoting homosexuality among black men)
The Miseducation of the black male
Devaluation of black life promoting black on black violence
Creating division between the black and black women
We will talk about these issues on this episode of Real Talk with Rick and J. Rich.
1 Corinthians 13:11 When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.
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