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An unexplored, taboo and poignantly pivotal element of Africans in americas history is the molestation of the Men, they would choose the biggest, Blackest and most respected Black man and sodomize him in front of the plantation to phsycologically scar them all.
What if any is the effect today?
Does the effeminization of our Black men have anything to do with this?
This history while not spoken of commonly has never stopped for 400 years, even to this day. In 2013when 400,000 households were "polled" 38% of the molestation occured to males. What has this done to the Relationships between Black Men and Women, Children, families?
Talk about it!!!!
You do not want to miss this steering conversation about the plight of Black males across America. Rueben Y. Dockery, Sr., explains from the perspectives of a Parent, Clergy and Social Scientist. Let your voice be heard in the conversation, by tuning in. We will cover hot issues such as risk factors for police arrest; where should the church and community stand, things parents needs to know as they rear black males from birth etc.
It’s an open microphone thing!
Last Week Queen Mojo and I discussed the highly ignored topic of molestation of our males historically, we discussed the effect of relationships both historically and today.Powerful show and a very important topic, how much of the destruction of our families is based on this stimulus, untalked about every day and in every Black family in america.
We as a people can no longer maintain TABOO within our ranks, we must be willing to confront the good, the bad, the ugly in order to ever restore ourselves to the appropriate place.
Lets get it off beloved.
Black males have a unique experience with the police. What is that experience like? Why is it so different? We will hear from young men between the ages of 18-30. Raw and uncut! Hearing their experiences will help us to understand the emotional scars and rage that develops from these abrasive interactions. They need to be heard to be understood. Listen in and call in at 646-716-5470.
This question runs very deep and a question I hear on a daily basis concerning our young black brothers who constantly neglect so many young black women, only to date only the light and damn near whites. We'll discuss this on more on our show later this evening.
Tonight we'll be speaking live with filmmakers Janks Morton who is the writer, director, and producer of the award winning documentary "What Black Men Think" and Hisani Dubose who is the writer, director, and producer of the award winning documentary "The Vanishing Black Male'. We'll be discussing how cinema has shaped the often demonized perception of black men and boys in America.
JANKS MORTON is a groundbreaking international and award winning Documentarian and Social-Political Activist. As founder of iYAGO ENTERTAINMENT GROUP, LLC, he states "the company came into existence to reflect both the conscious and the unconscious soul of Black America. In 2009, JANKS founded Men To Boys, Inc, a national non-profit organization with a mission of reconnecting fathers to sons and mentors to mentees.
HISANI DUBOSE is the founder/director of NJ Movie Maker's Network, a service organization for New Jersey's independent film/video community. They provide workshops and screenings for filmmakers. She is also a Screenwriter/Director/Producer/Author who has also served as a consultant for non-profit organizations for several years. Dubose is the dynamic writing and producing force behind Seven Generations Media, LLP. She has won awards for her documentary, "The Vanishing Black Male" and one of her screenplays placed as a finalist in Director/Producer Francis Ford Coppola's Amercian Zoetrope Screen Writer's Competition.
Is this a Brand New Phenom or is this simply - the American Way? Black Men have been the target of Police Assalut and or Abuse since the days of Slavery; and maybe even before that. This conflict has become even more real in the past Decade. The Media is doing a poor job of covering this Travesty from an Unbiased perspctive; So, Chime into the - CIRCLE OF GOOD! - as we attempt to shed the Light ot Reality on this topic - every Tuesday @ 7pm CST/8pm ET - call in # 917.889.8099 and or contact us @ www.AveryAyers.us
America and the world is racist in policy to black people and at the same time ask why young black males are so angry. The anger comes from frustration and confusion of what to do. THe Kingdom of David will channel that anger to a peaceful love revolution that will bring hope, respect, restitution and reparations to Africa and her children in America and the rest of the world.
This broadcast announces the global revolution that must come from Jerusalem in order to restore hope. There is a war between good and evil and Jerusalem must lead the forces of good against the tyrannical forces of evil that wish to shackled man kind into a global new world order.,
Our fight is not against flesh and blood, but a spiritual battle that will erupt into love, truth and Justice by the establishment of the Kingdom of David.
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Many are baffled as to why there are vicious attacks on young black males across America and the authorities don't seem to be able to comprehend it as injustice. Why is American leadership so blind to what the rest of the world can see so clearly? Today the legendary Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, author of "The Cress Theory of Color Confrontation" and "The Isis Papers" offers a deeper insight into the pathology of white supremacy, the philosophy that is at the very foundation of American society. Later, Mike Holman of Stop Mass Incarceration, discusses the money driven motives behind the racially unjust prison system.
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ARE THESE NEW STRANDS OF MARIJUANA AND SYNTHETIC DRUGS INDUCING HOMOSEXUAL ACTIVITY IN BLACK MEN? WHEN DID THIS START? WHY IS THIS HAPPENING AND WHO IS DOING IT? IS MARIJUANA SUPPOSE TO BE SMOKED? WILL THESE PEOPLE BECOME MORE ADDICTED TO THE CHEMICALS OVER TIME? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
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I will discuss the Mission of my Company: Brother Tracy Gibson & Association, Inc. I started the company and was incorporated in December of 2006, but started research five years prior to that. I want to have a positive and lasting impact on helping our young Black men become productive, responsible, reliable, positive-thinking men who will celebrate their achievements in being an attribute to our entire community istead of being what some in our society call a detriment. We will do this by several components of the company including: gearing Black men to buy from Black companies; read Black writers; appreciate older Black men and Black women in the community; respect ourselves; and stay in school while appreciating the possibility of getting even better educated.