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WHO IS BREEDING A (DE)GENERATION OF ELDERLY BLACK YOUTH? WHAT ARE ELDERLY YOUTH? WHY IS THIS BEING DONE TO BLACK YOUTH TODAY? HOW ARE THEY AIDING IN THIS? WHAT IS THE SOLUTION TO THIS IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE.INTEL NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
An Original Show Team will discuss the concerns and plight of black youth and young adult as well as talk about the shooting in #Ferguson, the rioting and the leadership and residents role to bring resolution.
This week’s broadcast episode of Real Talk with Rick and J. Rich will focus on the mis-education of black youth in America. The current educational system in America is designed to ensure that our young black men fail. The current system misdiagnoses a disproportionate amount of black boys with certain psychological, learning disabilities, such as ADHD and mild mental retardation. These diagnoses are highly subjective, meaning that they are simply based on the opinion of the school psychologist that makes the diagnosis. There is no objective scientific data or tests that can substantiate the diagnosis.
The first thing to understand is that diagnosing young black boys with learning disabilities is big business in America. First, the school district gets between two to three times more money for every student that is diagnosed with a learning disability and subsequently classified as a special education student. Second, your child does not have to be in a special education classroom to be part of the special education program, so it may not be as obvious. Third, whenever a child is diagnosed with a disorder, such as ADHD, they will be prescribed medications to help manage it, meaning that pharmaceutical companies are able to profit off of their back.
This runs even deeper. National statistics reveal that three out of every four black males will drop out of high school before earning a high school diploma. This is by design; it is important to understand this...
We will speak on these issues and more, this Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at 8:00 pm. I hope that you can join us. For more information, visit our Facebook page.
The current protests for our Brothers Mike Brown and Eric Garner have been taken over by groups of organized smallhats (white so-called jews), socialists, "homosexual" activists, hippie-styled white rebels, and white liberals. Is this a repeat of the 1960's when the smallhats integrated the Black Power Freedom Struggle in order to pacify and ultimately destroy it?
Are the Black youth who're leading this organizing effort having the wings clipped off of their efforts through this sophisticated process of integrating their movement? Has the "homosexual" agenda creeped its way into the mainstream of the Mike Brown/Eric Garner Black resistance movement?
Tune in to this program and share your thoughts. This is a program you don't want to miss.
On this show we will breakdown the emerging war on black youth with a perspective on the ferguson event and the connection it has to the More than a vision like experience of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. What are the connections? What are the far reaching scope of the vision to today's war on black youth.
Is Ferguson a Microcosm of a Greater Macrocosm ??
This week on The Conversation Cafe™ A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will talk with celebrity & entertainment blogger Ray Cornelius, who keeps us "in the know" about the latest in entertainment news. In the second half of the show A.Raquel & Mahoghani Dawn will discuss “The Real Angle of the Educational System and How It Impacts Black Youth” with Nationally-known author and public speaker, Tunette Powell.
Tunette Powell has received a host of prestigious public speaking awards, including being named the top persuasive speaker in the country in 2012, as she has traveled throughout the country motivating and encouraging young men and women at schools, colleges and universities, and nonprofit organizations. In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, Powell has dedicated her life to being the change she wishes to see. Powell published her long-awaited debut memoir, The Other Woman – a bold and emotional memoir about her father’s drug addiction and the impact it had on her life. In 2013, Powell shared her story on Oprah’s Lifeclass for Daddyless Daughters. The odds were stacked high against Powell, but she healed through telling her story, letting it go and creating a new story to tell. And she intends to spend the rest of her life helping other women and youth find hope and healing.
For more information about:
Ray Cornelius visit: Website: www. raycornelius.com/ Facebook: facebook.com/Ray-Cornelius Twitter: @RayCornelius75 / Instagram: instagram.com/raycornelius.
Tunette Powell visit: Website: www.tunettepowell.com / Facebook: facebook.com/tunettepowell Twitter: @tunettepowell
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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
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 !!!!!
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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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