• 01:04

    Conversations with Intelligent Black Men

    in Culture

    This is the NEW re-engineered "Conversations With Intelligent Black Men" brought to you by Digital Wisdom with host, Taq'uee Hicks aka "Black Neo" freeing minds from the matrix with technology.


    Prepare for paradigm shifting truths and information that addresses the miseducation of people of color. Our mission is to inspire and empower those who dare to embark on the never-ending quest for TRUTH and FREEDOM. ALL are welcome. Join us as we discuss the topics most black people are unaware of, don't know enough about or just don't talk about that are critical to the improvement of the black community. Call in toll-free at (855)445-9707

  • 01:00

    Conversations with Intelligent Black Men

    in Culture

    This is the NEW re-engineered "Conversations With Intelligent Black Men" brought to you by Digital Wisdom with host, Taq'uee Hicks aka "Black Neo" freeing minds from the matrix with technology.  


    Prepare for paradigm shifting truths and information that addresses the miseducation of people of color. Our mission is to inspire and empower those who dare to embark on the never-ending quest for TRUTH and FREEDOM. ALL are welcome. Join us as we discuss the topics most black people are unaware of, don't know enough about or just don't talk about that are critical to the improvement of the black community. Call in toll-free at (855)445-9707  

  • 01:36

    Break Every Chain: The Keys to Success for Black Men

    in Business

    The time for Black Men to rise up is now.  Our communites, families and lives are at stake.  We have the solutions and we will talk about that tonight.  If you are a Black Man or you know one you need to join us on this show.  


    Our guest is Cheyenne Bostock.  He is a Life and Relationship Expert.  He is also the author of Food, Sex and Peace of Mind and Break Every Chain.  He is a regular guest on the Bill Cunningham show, writes for the Huffington Post and has been featured on Fox News.  


    Join me, Shawn Hill and my co-host Louiseza Sanderson as we tackle this tough subject.  I am an author, speaker and talk show host.  I am also the founder of BlackWealthCreation.com.  My wife and I work to help others achieve financial freedom.  We work primarily with women to help them create increase their income so they can spend more time on their calling.  Contact me on Facebook at my fan page BlackWealthCreation.


    Louiseza Sanderson is a business consultant, writer, and founder of MindYourBlackBusiness.com.  As a consultant and a small business owner herself, Louiseza came to realize that while there were many small business resources there were few that provided a platform for micro and small Black owned businesses.  The vision of Mind Your Black Business is to help businesses grow and prosper. Follow her on Twitter.


     

  • Innovative Black Men

    in Relationships

    Innovative Black Men” Introducing original conversation and creative thinking on great ideas in relationships and dating. We will discuss innovative ways to reach your target market and how to expand your brand in business!

  • 00:59

    What Did They Find On The Black Side Of The Campus At Dozier Reform School?

    in Family

    55 bodies were found at the infamous Dozier Reform School in Marianna, Florida. Cadaver dogs were used to help locate the bodies. Several men like Johnny Lee Gaddy tells of stories of abuse that he suffered at the state-run school.


    Johhny Gaddy was 11 years old in 1957 when he says police picked him up in Dade City and sent him to Dozier. He says guards would send dogs after boys who tried to run away, and he never saw several of them again. What’s more, he was counseled not to talk about what he saw…


    “And when I was taking the garbage to the pit, and I told the guy, ‘That looks just like a boy’s hand right there, ” says Gaddy. ” He said, ‘Johhny, don’t ever say that again. If you don’t want to be like that, don’t ever say that again.’ So, everything that we seen and heard, we just had to not see it and not hear it.”


    Please host Antoinette Harrell and her guest Johnny Lee Gaddy as they discuss this topic,


    http://youtu.be/fF0xcDzCmyM

  • 01:04

    Conversations With Intelligent Black Men

    in Culture

    This is the NEW re-engineered "Conversations With Intelligent Black Men" brought to you by Digital Wisdom with host, Taq'uee Hicks aka "Black Neo" freeing minds from the matrix with technology.  


    Prepare for paradigm shifting truths and information that addresses the miseducation of people of color. Our mission is to inspire and empower those who dare to embark on the never-ending quest for TRUTH and FREEDOM. ALL are welcome. Join us as we discuss the topics most black people are unaware of, don't know enough about or just don't talk about that are critical to the improvement of the black community. Call in toll-free at (855)445-9707  

  • 01:00

    Black Men Return Back to Dozier Reform School for Closure

    in Family

    Several black men traveled over 300 miles to Marianna, Florida for  the first time in over forty-years to bring closure to the childhood memories that still haunted them. They were beaten and abused as boys at Dozier Reform School. 

    As they walked the ground on the black side they were haunted by the childhood memories. They looked around the campus with tears in their eyes as those memories came flooding back.  

    "When I look at these cottages, when I look at the kitchen, all these memories come back, " said Huntley. "My feet come back, when I got my toe cut off, comes back."


    John Bonner, Johnny Gaddy and Arthur Huntley was among the black men who traveled back to Marianna, Florida to hold a candlelight vigil for the dead boys. 


    "It makes me feel good to come back here and do this for them," said Arthur Huntley President of the Black Boys at Dozier Reform School. "It gives me deep satisfaction to be here today."


    Several of the White House Boys join in for the candlelight vigil. Micheal Sapp and Andrew Puel offered up a special prayer for deceased boys. 


    Please join host Antoinette Harrell and her special guests, Black Boys at Dozier Reform School and some of the White House Boys for a discussion on this subject.

  • 01:52

    THE EMASCULANATING OF BLACK MEN

    in Entertainment

    BLACK MEN ARE BEING BORN SOFT.. AS A BABY'S BOTTOM BUT WHY.. WHY IS THERE A SEEMING LESSER AMOUNT OF STRONG ALPHA MALE LEADERS.. WE WILL SPEKA WITH BISHOP RICK WALLACE AND DISCUSS JUST THAT..

  • 02:05

    Black men doing positive things

    in Education

    Sad to admit I didn’t think that Existed


    What negative media has taught us about Black Men in today’s world? I was told by a young woman who SWU is helping to promote her product; that she is shocked to see and hear about everyday black men helping others in a positive way. How do you see black men? Are you star struck and only see celebrities as being the only role model for the youth or minority community? Are the only black leaders you recognize Preachers, celebrities (entertainment or athletes), or black leaders only from the past and not in today’s society? Call in to Silent Words Unleashed to let us know what you think. We encourage all to participate on the show. We don’t just talk about it, we listen to learn so that we can educate others what matters most in their community


     


    Questions 1 – How do you see black men in society today? Please be open and honest


    Question 2 – Do you only recognize black men that are famous such as celebrities or hold a high status in society/community?


    Question 3 – Why do you think or believe black men don’t do positive things? Is it because of what the media says or the stereo type of black men?


    Question 4 – What do you think can be done to change the image/perception of black men?

  • 00:43

    Conversations With Intelligent Black Men

    in Culture

    Taq'uee & Jaycee, Join us as we discuss the topics most black people are unaware of, don't know enough about or just don't talk about that are critical to the improvement of the black community. We go deep and reveal what is being "swept under the rug" Call in toll-free at (855)445-9707

  • 01:00

    State of the Union: Black Men in America

    in Culture

    Public enemy #1. There’s no question that the black man is the most feared, scrutinized, and negatively targeted group in the United States. The systematic destruction of the black community has always began and ended with the male. As years as passed, there has been some progress in certain areas, but for the most part there has been regression on all fronts. Today we will discuss the state of the black man in our society. The roles we play. How we’re viewed and treated. Most importantly, how do we move forward? Solution based radio!

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