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The Negro Motorist Green Book
Can you Imagine what kind of society we were living in that required us to have a special book to provide us with safe locations to stop for gas, rest, or food? Join us, Alex Primo & Asha Zuri, Thursday, January 21st at 9 pm EST(8 CST, 7 MST, 6 PST) as we discuss the wonderful creation of brother Victor H Green, the Negro Motorist Green Book.
These types of travel guides were necessary during the Jim Crow era because African Americans were subject to acts of discrimination and occasional intimidation as many businesses refused to accept them as customers. African American motorists, for example were warned to avoid sundown towns which required minorities to be outside the city limits before sundown, hence the name. African American travel could be fraught with risk and guides like the Green Book were an important resource.
Plus brother Dennis Jefferson will be dropping by for another Healthy Matters update.
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Remember, Keep It Real And Keep It On Point! #One
There is an old saying, “be careful what you ask for, you just might get it!” When he arrived at the new school, the principal nor the teachers had no clue to who he or his grandmother were, to be frank they did not care.
I’m sure at the time he was thinking, “Now this is true freedom!” Freedom to skip class without his grandmother ever finding out, run around with the wrong crowd, smoke and talk back to teachers as well. He finally got a taste of that cookie, needless to say guidance, direction, and purpose went out the back door!
Hearing his story got me to thinking about our lost ones of today. If we had the Negro guidance like my mentor was/is to me, we would not have lost our way.
The Negro lost it’s fight when crack came along, it also lost most of it’s power in a paternity lawsuit, because of babies out of wedlock. The negro lost his best friend “my brother’s keeper” in a neighborhood shootout and left town for good when “ashamed” talked “shamed” into doing a reality show starring “immoral” and his family.
Join Anthony and I as we discuss "THE NEGRO VS THE NIGGA"
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Join Rasta B and Smoke as we build on the Un-Civil war within the Black Race. Black man vs Black man, Black man vs Black women, Black Man vs Black Child, Black Women Vs Black Child, Black Women vs Black Women & Black Child vs Black Child. Let's build on issue's that need to be addressed within the race and solutions that will lead to unity!
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City activist and dad, the Rev. Bobby Joe Cooper, Charles Chuck Harris (sports writer for the Shreveport Sun, and author of the book: METERS BY LOON) and i will discuss issues affecting the Black (Hebrew Israelite) community. Rev. Bobby Cooper has worked for many years to improve the inner-cities in Shreveport. We will discuss where he believe we are now after so much work has been done by so many of our people.
Happy Black History Month: Is BHM Still Relevant to America? The Tim Black At Night Show 2/1/16 - Call in 323-870-4064 Tim Black At Night Show airs everyday 9P Est.Tune In! http://www.TimBlackTV.com
A discussion with DR. AL-TONY GILMORE, Show tribute to Dr. Cater G. Woodson, "The Mis-Education of the Negro".
NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and ask questions, about governance, educational policy, finances, resources, and the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores, therefore public schools are incapable of providing quality education.
"We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices. These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities were poverty and race are the dominant elements. This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."
Diana Daniels, Executive Director, National Council on Educating Black Children
Abibifahodie (Black Liberation),
The response from our interview with Brother EJ Jones has been so overwhelming that we figured we'd bring him back to discuss the SuperBowl, sports, and the role/responsibility that Black athletes should have to the larger Black community.
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Who do you admire in the history African Women and Man of Earth?
I dont know much about Black History so for me this information instills pride in a people.
Descendants of former African enslaved people needs to know that history to restore that pride. With pride come respect and honor. When you don’t know who you are and where you come will leave you open to except distorted facts about who you are. It is important you know where you can from so you know where you are going.
Seeking more knowledge reduces the amount of self-hatred within the people the share my features. Stacey Dash recently let black folks know she is with white folks in destroying who she is mainly coz they are paying her.
For the month of February, in order to bring back True Black Power / True Africa Pride for the Month of February my show will be devoted to Nationhood and our Elders that pushed this message from Marcus Gravy. We must refine the message for today and still push for Nationhood today!