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Each November on Transgender Day of Remembrance, we mourn the loss of our transgender sisters and brothers and pledge to end transphobia but sadly our work is not done. Although Janet Mock, Laverne Cox, and others are opening doors for the transgender community, too many of our brothers and sisters every day must face discrimination, violence and transphobia on the job and in their communities.
Joining CAN WE TALK FOR REAL co-hosts Terry and Michelle on Wednesday August 12, 2015 is Carter Brown, founder and director of (BTMI) Black Transmen Inc. With its sister organization Black Transwomen Inc., they are leading the way in Black trans-advocacy. Through the Black Trans Advocacy Program, the Black Transmen Inc. & Black Transwomen Inc. and Black Trans International Ball/Pageantry System organizations have joined together in the only social justice program developed to collectively address inequities faced in the black Trans human experience.
Besides sharing the history of BTMI and information about its annual conference in Dallas, TX each April, Carter will discuss the “hot button” items for Trans Advocacy, resources for the Trans Community and how the LGB community can be better allies to their Trans Brothers and Sisters.Carter Brown is also a loving husband, son, and brother. He was a stellar employee BUT HE WAS FIRED FOR BEING TRANSGENDER! He will share his personal account of being fired for being Trans and how his experience is being used to shed light on the continued challenges facing the LGBTQ community in the workplace
Slut Shaming is a form of social stigma. Is this now a "thing"? Yes, and not just to Amber Rose. According to many it's a serious societal problem. Are men just stupid or are "fast tail" women having their cake and trying to eat it too?
Tune in tonight and call in with your thoughts. Tune in tonight. Call in: 323-870-4064. You're welcome to join the discussion.Tim Black's Wolf Pack make some noise! Seriously! Join the SHOW!
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Todd Harrison debuts with Nick and Erik to talk black men and how to rectify the most glaring issues they continue to have.
It's Who We Got Wednesday
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On October 6, 2015 Black Urban America has its first evening show. Starting at 8pm Great show planned with Mr. Maurice Patterson from the society of Black Engineers is our special guest. Join us at 8pm. Live call in (347)989-0180. We can change the way we think with information, knowledge, wisdom and understanding!
Black Love &Relationships will be on the air this Tuesday October 6th at 6 PM EST. discussing
Social media: how much is too much and are you getting enough?
Our special guest Apryl Beverly the "Word Stylist" will supply the listeners with her story, and how she decided to leave her job to become and entrepreneur.
She will also give great tips on maximizing and sharpening your marketing skills. We hope you can join us!
Black Love and Relationships is a place where we promote love and unity among melanated brothers and sisters. Our commitment is to promote love, peace, and unity between all of the survivors of the global diaspora. Every week we will bring you hot topics that delve into the Black experience.
We will discuss relationships, hardships, and solutions. Join SiSi Harry and a special guest every Tuesday at 6:00 PM PST as we explore, discuss, and sometimes debate Black relationships, Black family, Black history, and Black culture. Feel free to call in with any questions you may have regarding these topics.
Call in at (917)889-2830
join us tonight as we Speak on the state of Black liberation!! Can translating in the hieroglyph save us? Why is it that we refuse to talk about and address sufficiently the system of racism white supremacy!! What are the youth yearning for ? Also what is a revolutionary ?? And much more be in the house it's going down!!
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
#BluePill #RedPill #WakeUp
Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST as we converse with Daryl Bates & Dr. Keisha Pitt, founders of The New Black Codes.
We began The New Black Codes after realizing that our community was in serious peril. With the media in frenzy over the recent crimes against our community, we decided that something had to be done, and done now! We didn’t want to just sign a petition or talk within our family and friends about all the issues our community has. We believed our community needed real change. We researched the statistics on our wealth, assets, family life, and health compared to other racial groups. The results were so alarming we got to work right away. We believe this change can only come with improving all of these categories. We cannot play victims any longer because the laws keeping us back has been removed. We now must be the players in this game.
Besides thriving to improve our community, personally we enjoy spending time with our family and friends. Dr. Keisha Pitt is a successful chiropractor and Daryl Bates is a thriving business owner. Both have a love for learning and charity.
The US has 5% of the world's population but 25% of the world's prisoners. Criminal Justice Reform comprehensive legislation aimed at recalibrating prison sentences for certain drug offenders, targeting violent criminals, and granting judges greater discretion at sentencing for lower-level drug crimes. Lets talk about INCARCERATION and how it destroys communities, households and the country from the inside out.