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BLACK PEOPLE HAVE A REASON TO BE ANGRY. IN THIS COUNTRY, WE HAVE A HISTORY OF BEING BEATEN, HUNG, MURDERED, BRUTALIZED AND SPAT UPON. WE'VE SAT, WALKED, MARCHED, BEEN THROWN IN JAIL, FOR A BETTER LIFE. WHAT OTHER CULTURE IN AMERICA HAS EVER BEEN KILLED FOR TRYING TO LEARN TO READ OR WRITE. NOT EVEN THE INDIANS WE DENIED AN OPPORTUNITY TO BE HUMAN. MATTER OF FACT , THEY WERE PAID TO FIND US AS WE FLED FROM OUR CAPTURES AND TURN US IN. REAL BLACK TAL
OUR HISTORY IN THIS COUNTRY, HAS ROBBEED US OF OUR HEALTH, FAMILY,WEALTH, BUSINESSESS, INVENTIONS, CREATIONS AND WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BE OK WITH THAT. REAL BLACK TALK
FIRST LETS TALK ABOUT WHAT WE'VE BEEN THROUGH, HOW ITS AFFECTED US. WE NEED TO BE CONFRONTED WITH WHERE WE ARE AS TO WHERE WE SHOULD BE AS A PEOPLE IN AMERICA.
JOIN THE CONVERSATION AS WE A PEOPLE BEGIN THE JOURNEY OF RISING FROM THE ASHES OF INJUSTICE, JIM CROW AND RACISM
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OUR ISSUES, OUR PEOPLE,...THE BLACKS IN AMERICA HAVE BEEN MISLED, MISGUIDED AND ABUSED FOR FAR TOO LONG...IT'S UNIMAGINABLE TO UNDERSTAND THAT AFRICANS BROUGHT TO THIS COUNTRY WE'RE NOT ALLOWED TO KEEP THEIR LANGUAGE OR LEARN A NEW ONE..WE HAVE EVERY REASON TO BE ANGRY...
FROM SLAVERY TO JIM CROW TO CIVIL RIGHTS TO RACISM , WE ARE STILL TREATED AS SECOND CLASS STEP CHILDREN. WE'VE BEEN BEATEN,BITTEN,HOSED AND SPAT UPON...AIN'T NOTHING CHANGED. ;LAWS HAVE CREATED SO WE COULD NOT CREATE, INVENT,INITIATE,PASS ON OR MARRY INTO THE WEALTH OF THIS COUNTRY.
WE HAVE SUFFERED AND CONTINUE TO SUFFER AT OUR PERSONAL EXPENSE. OUR FAMILY,HEALTH,EDUCATION,BUISNESS,COMMUNITY AND EVEN OUR LEGACY. ONLY NOW CAN WE ACT IN OUR OWN MOVIES, PRODUCE OUR OWN RECORDS, RUN DOWN THE FIELD AND JUMP OUT THE GYM,,,AT THE END OF THE DAY WE STILL A NIGGER...SHOT DEAD WITH A BAG OF SKITTLES.
ON REAL BLACK TALK RADIO WE WILL ENGAGE EACH OTHER TO DISCUSS, LEARN, BUILD, PLAN, ACHIEVE AGREE AND AGRRE TO DISAGREE WHILE WE RISE FROM THE ASHES OF WHICH WE'VE BEEN LAID
Let's get to know the CEO of Black Talk Radio "up close" and "personal". Please welcome our honored guest, Mr. Scotty Reid in his debut interview with Lady Justice of GenXTalkUrNews.
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Join your host for tonight Dj One Black Man as he takes you back with some old school slow jamz. This show is dedicated to the beautiful ladies of Black Talk Radio, you know who you are. If you don't know about Black Talk Radio you'd better ask somebody! It's Black Talk Radio Baby!
Welcome to "Truth" for the Holidays. This special will allow our audience an up close look at "Unity", as well as, allow our audience to share their "Holiday" memories of family. Something that is far to overlooked in the 21st Century.
On behalf of GenXTalksUrNews & Black Talk Radio, we are sending out prayers to Brother Moorbey, whom suffered a heart attack over the weekend. Brother Moorbey is the creator of both "Black Unity & Assata", amoung other phenomenal task. We wish Brother Moorbey a speedy recovery at the hands of God.
Welcome to the Black Talk Radio Network member spotlight show with your host Scotty Reid aka One Black Man!
The first half of the show we will be speaking to new BTRN member Homer T. Williams Jr. Mr. Williams is a musician who wants to bring good music back to the mainstream.
Homer T. Williams, Jr. is an Arranger, Composer and Producer who was born May 5, 1961. Music was a part of Homer’s life very early. At the age of 5 his talent for percussion was obvious, at nine years old becoming a member of the Wicomico Youth Orchestra the violin became the next in a long series of instruments that Williams would make his own. Soon he would discover the keyboard and it wasn’t long before original orchestrations were swirling around this complex young man’s mind. 2 years into his formal training Homer was piecing together intricate rhythms and melodic string patterns far beyond his teachers. Gifted with an ear for beautiful orchestration and spirit driven rhythms, Williams now blends God given talent with technology to create a sound like no other.
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We hope that you will tune in as we spotlight this talented brother and feel free to call in.
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Your Dj for tonight is Scotty T as he puts the flashlight on the Psyhco-Funkalicious old school funk, comedy and a hot remix. Check Out David Spates. Call in and give a shout out for your show and find out about Black Talk Radio Baby!
What is Black Talk Radio? Quite simply it is a phrase that has been around since the first radio station was created that featured Black disk Jockey’s spinning records featuring Black Music artist primarily for a Black listening audience.
In the 1960’s Malcolm X said that media is the most powerful entity on the planet because it has the power to control the minds of the masses. There is a direct link between the deviant behavior in the Black community and the media that it used to target it. As we enter this new millennium, a new era in new Black media is at hand, the only question is will you be a part of the process in working towards a solution for the Black community.
In 1967, Martin Luther King Jr said Black radio hosts were the opinion makers of the Black community and played an integral role in the civil rights movement.
Where is Black radio, specifically Black Talk Radio today and where is it headed. Is it benefiting the Black community or as Minister Farrakhan once said, it is still controlled by white men?
Dj Scotty T is back on the late night tip pumping out the Ole School Jamz. Tonight we on that Reggae trip so if you like Reggae stop by and lets take it back. Join Us Tonight at Black Talk Radio! A new revolution in Black Media.
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