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SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--NO LIVE CALLS TONIGHT! Catch up on part one of our State of the Black Youth series. Returning tomorrow night with part three. Listen in at 347-327-9967
BLACK YOUTH: MONEY, MENTOR, & MIRACLES
Are black youth to be blamed for their lack of education, or faith, regarding their individual and cultural inadequacies and failures in life and society? Are black adult mentors afraid to unite across America for fear of white retaliation in schools, especially in face of a black President? If not, why are they not progressing. Why don’t we see more Black owned business or Churches financially supporting educational and faith-based driven opportunities to low-income parents and children of poverty and crime ridden neighborhoods? Is there such a thing anymore as black “upper-class” neighborhoods? And if so, why are we not hearing from them in doing their part to help shape our black youth into “educational, faith walking giants”. Join us, via the EYIC RADIO NETWORK. The call-in number for this broadcast on Thursday, 4-3-14 from 8pm to 10:30pm EST is (347) 945-5654. Listen from your cell/computer by clicking this link and share, http://tobtr.com/s/6260829
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ASA~ Family, Please tune in to hear an important message delivered by The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan November 11, 2007 .. As with all messages delivered, we are witnessing the fulfillment of scripture.. Their is still a plot to kill our youth, Trayvon Martin, Oscar Grant, Sean Bell and many more have been killed as we witness their murderer walk free... This tape will be played , if anyone would like to chime in, call # 347-857-4514 .. Let your voice be heard !!!!!
Thru the Eyes of Faith features pt 2 of our Saving Our Black Youth Segment:
The Prison Industrial Complex
Special panel guest:
Jeffrey Muhammad, Chicago
Willie Muhammad, New Orleans
Philip A. Muhammad, Los Angeles
Emanuel Price, Portland
Please joing Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali this Tuesday, March 11th. The topic - Parenting: Empowering Black Youth to navigate racism & strive to BE... Let's fill in the blanks. PARENTS - we want to hear from you. Homeschoolers, single moms & dads, and brothers & sisters who have overcome adversity in the child rearing process. Let's talk about the village and how we can all get along. The call in # is 347-633-9644. 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Peace.
Hello and welcome to the Forum a show about how politics results in policies that impact people. I’m Michael Fauntroy. The Forum premiers every Friday at Noon Eastern on the Tavis Smiley Network on Blog Talk Radio. You can also hear past editions of The Forum by visiting the show page. You can follow me on my website, MichaelFauntroy.com, on Twitter @MKFauntroy, or on Facebook at Michael K. Fauntroy.
Black Youth, Social Activism, and the Post-Civil Rights Generation is today’s topic. Political and social activism is not necessarily willed from one generation to the next. Indeed, the causes rallied around differ from one generation to the next. Sekou Franklin is here to help us understand what has happened to Black youth in the post-civil rights generation.
He is associate professor of political science at Middle Tennessee State University and author of the forthcoming book After the Rebellion: Black Youth, Social Movement Activism, and the Post-Civil Rights Generation
BEGINNING AT 8:00 P.M. CST - JOIN US TONIGHT FOR A SPECIAL PRESENTATION ABOUT OUR MISSING CHILDREN. WE WILL BE JOINED BY WESTERN REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE NATION OF ISLAM STUDENT MIN. TONY MUHAMMAD . OUR HOST WILL BE STUDENT MIN, JAMES MUHAMMAD AND COUNTLESS OTHERS WILL BE JOINING IN THE DISCUSSION ON THIS MOST CRITICAL TOPIC. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO NOT GET INVOLVED. PLEASE CALL IN TO LISTEN, SHARE YOUR VIEWS AND GIVE TIPS ON HOW WE CAN BETTER PROTECT OUR CHILDREN 646-716-5971.
Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, Maryssa Alexander, Jonathan Ferrell, Sean Bell, Shanesa Taylor and Amadou Diallo,...just a few examples of the growing Wal of Fallen Victims who died because of their race. The list above includes people of all walks of life...athletics, teens, workingclass and immigration. All of the were either killed or harshly penalized for non-violent infractions,or no infractions at all because they were victims of racial bias for African-Americans.
As an adult communinty, we're enraged, sickened, paranoid, confused and practically debilitated by the affects of racism. As adults,our outrage comes from place of understanding.What then, are the affects of racismon our youth?
Tonight we have a special guest, Attorney Larry E. Williams, a civil rights attorney, who was Director of the Greater Watts Justice Center in the 70s and 80s. We talk about the inequalities in the criminal justice system and its impact on young black and brown men.
Mr. Williams was born in the Mississippi River Delta Town of Helena, Arkansas in 1944. As a Senior in High School, he migrated to Los Angeles and attended undergrad and grad school at UCLA in the mid-1960’s. He taught English and Speech at Manual Arts High School for one year before attending Columbia University School of Law in New York City from where he graduated. After Law School he became a Reginald Heber Smith Fellow and was the Directing Attorney for the Greater Watts Justice Center from 1972 to 1983 where he directed a staff of thirty. Thereafter, he entered private practice of law, primarily handling Criminal, Personal Injury and Real Estate Matters. He is based in the Crenshaw District of Los Angeles and handles a limited practice in Criminal Defense.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Continuing our series on the State of the Black youth...Internal hatred committed by our own to our own--Common fights over complexions, condescending attititudes between Black men and women, Blacks denouncing their heritage or customs for other cultures, etc...how does these mitigating and contributing factors to our community's breakdown affect our children?
BEGINNING AT 8 P.M. CST. TONIGHT JOIN ME AS I WELCOME BRO. GREG "G-TWO" GIBSON OF THE NEW BLACK PANTHER PARTY , BRO. KHADIM AMIR MUHAMMAD, BRO. KARRIEM N. MUHAMMAD AND STUDENT MIN. ANDRE MUHAMMAD TO DISCUSS " BLACK YOUTH & LAW ENFORCEMENT. WE WILL DISCUSS THIS ISSUE AND WHY OUR CHILDREN ARE BEING ATTACKED AND MURDERED AT THE RATE THEY NOW AND WHAT WE CAN DO TO PREVENT IT. CALL IN TO JOIN THE CONVERSATION, COMMENT OR ASK QUESTIONS 646-716-5971.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Continuing our series on adult issues affecting our youth..Part Three of our series touches on the effects of the independent woman on our youth. African-American women endure the hardest burden of social survival. Parenting, relationships, economic and political issues always result in African-American communities being penalized on some major level. The elimination of the Black man's role via inarceration, police shootings, and conditional public assistance has become a regular routine, has the emergence of "the independent woman' added to the breakdown? And how do our youth fare in this? Join in at 10:30 pm EST toshare yourthoughts.
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