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  • 00:25

    ups:THROWBACKS"

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    THE URBAN CRY LLC 2013
    "URBAN AMERICA DOESENT HAVE TO BE SELF FULFILLING IN ITS OWN DESTRUCTION. EVEN IN THE STRUGGLE THERES A STANDARD IN MOST OF US"-
    Zion
     
     
     
     

  • 00:21

    ups: "E PLURIBUS. THE REACH. EL HAJJ. THE INTROSPECT"

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    UPS RE AIRING DEDICATED TO ROGER "WICHO" LAWSON
     
    The Sekou Generation EST. 2012 Founded By Zion Antoni The Sekou Think Tank:
    http://sekouway718.wordpress.com/

  • 00:45

    The Total RESPECT Cafe Radio Show

    in Education

    Our Children have many obstacles to overcome before maturing into adulthood.  Some are personal, while others are societal
    Tune in to the The Total RESPECT Cafe Radio Show,call us up and talk to Dr. Doreen Loury, Professor at Arcadia University and the Founder of the Black Male Development Symposium
    While college may not be for all children, all children should be prepared to take advantage of such an opportunity
    Tune in and find out what WE can do to help our babies,  and to   raise parental engagement in this arena!

  • 01:00

    The Black Male Development Symposium on The Voice of Heru

    in Culture

    This week’s guests will be representatives from the Black Male Development Symposium (BMDS). The BMDS is an annual event held at Arcadia University in Glenside, PA promoting resources and information that support and improve the lives of African American boys and men, and, in turn, the entire African American community. This year’s symposium will be held on Saturday, May 15th from 8am until 5pm.
    For more information, visit the BMDS website at: http://www.blackmaledevelopment.com

    More details to come…

  • 01:00

    Man Up For Your Health! Pt. 2

    in Culture

    In recognition of Minority Health Month, The Frator Heru Institute (TFHI) and The Black Male Development Symposium (BMDS) present a pre-symposium panel discussion on African American men's health on Sunday, April 25, 2010 from 6p.m. - 7p.m. Joining us on air will be panelists Aaron Boyd, coordinator of the Community First EMS Awareness Initiative and a Philadelphia Fire Department Fire Service Paramedic and Justin Wooley a social activist, political strategist and egineer for social change from Chicago, IL. These experts from across the region will discuss the numerous health issues that impact African American men and their families. The goal of the discussion is to offer factual information that dispels myths and inspires healthy lifestyle changes. This discussion is a follow up to the pre-symposium panel discussion scheduled for Saturday, April 24, 2010 from 1p.m. - 3p.m. at The FHI (1046 W. Jefferson St. Lower-Level / Philadelphia, PA 19122).

  • 01:00

    Man Up for Your Health! Healthy Men Move Our Communities Forward

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    In recognition of Minority Health Month, The Frator Heru Institute (TFHI) and The Black Male Development Symposium (BMDS) present a pre-symposium panel discussion on African American men's health on Sunday, April 18, 2010 from 6p.m. - 7p.m. Joining us on air will be panelists Anthony C. Johnson, Baltimore, Kevin S. McPherson-El and Hasaan Campbell. These experts from across the region will discuss the numerous health issues that impact African American men and their families. The goal of the discussion is to offer factual information that dispels myths and inspires healthy lifestyle changes. This discussion is a preview of the pre-symposium panel discussion scheduled for Saturday, April 24, 2010 from 1p.m. - 3p.m. at The FHI (1046 W. Jefferson St. Lower-Level / Philadelphia, PA 19122).

  • 01:01

    Beyond The Bricks Pre-Town Hall Discussion

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    Todays show focuses on the plight of African American males in relation to the education system in America. Our guests will be panelists from the upcoming "Beyond The Bricks" town hall discussion, taking place on Saturday, November 6 at Community College of Philadelphia. Guests include Dr. Doreen Loury from the Black Male Development Symposium (BMDS), Thomas Butler from Project Grad, Yumy Odom from The Frator Heru Institute and others. The BTB National tour includes a viewing of the documentary "Beyond The Bricks by film makers Ouida Washington and Derek Koen followed by break-out session in which particpants are encouraged to brainstorm specific issues and devise practical, immediate action steps.

  • 02:00

    The HC Live & Direct presents Dr Doreen Loury & the Black Male Development Symposium

    in Education

    Join The Harambee Connection as the Voice of Umoja, with Discussions for Empowerment and Liberation engaging in African Conscious Thought and Spirituality and Action.
    Join the HC as we present the Black Male Development Symposium 2010.
    The Black Male Development Symposium was initiated by the leadership of Chicago’s Third World Press, one of the oldest African-American publishing houses in the United States. The venue was established as a national tour that promoted community discussions on the plight of African American Males (AAM). The first Philadelphia symposium was held March 2004 as the community outreach project of the Annual Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education. The attendance at the first symposium was expected to be 300-400 attendees. Those numbers were surpassed with well over 700 attendees. The simple adage “If you build it they will come,” continues to drive the attendance numbers of the symposium that now boosts well over 1100 attendees during the annual event. It must be noted that the Philadelphia symposium, to date, is the longest running and the largest attended BMDS event nationally. This is due to the continued and overwhelming support that the event has received every year and the sad and inescapable truth that AAM live at great risk and they, their families and communities are eagerly searching for strategies of survival and empowerment. The Symposium provides a forum for practical solutions by providing presenters and interactive workshops to assist attendees in developing realistic strategies and concrete recommendations that they can put into practice in their respective communities. The BMDS becomes a place of finding practical models of solutions and not just a forum for pontification and “drive-by conversation.” BMDS is currently a non-profit organization under the auspices of The Village Builders Resource Network, with Dr. Doreen E. Loury as the Executive Director/Founder.
     


  • 00:45

    6th Annual BLACK MALE DEVELOPMENT SYMPOSIUM Arcadia Univ. & Village Builders Resource Networks .

    in Youth

    Please join Denise Bolds, MSW and Dr. Doreen E. Loury as we discuss this exciting upcoming event
    May 15, 2010 at Arcadia University, Glenside PA.

    The Black Male Development Symposium was initiated by the leadership of Chicago’s Third World Press, one of the oldest African-American publishing houses in the United States. The venue was established as a national tour that promoted community discussions on the plight of African American Males (AAM).

    The first Philadelphia symposium was held March 2004 as the community outreach project of the Annual Pennsylvania Black Conference on Higher Education. The attendance at the first symposium was expected to be 300-400 attendees. Those numbers were surpassed with well over 700 attendees. The simple adage “If you build it they will come,” continues to drive the attendance numbers of the symposium that now boosts well over 1100 attendees during the annual event. It must be noted that the Philadelphia symposium, to date, is the longest running and the largest attended BMDS event nationally. This is due to the continued and overwhelming support that the event has received every year and the sad and inescapable truth that black males live at great risk & they, their families & communities are eagerly searching for strategies of survival and empowerment. The Symposium provides a forum for practical solutions by providing presenters and interactive workshops to assist attendees in developing realistic strategies and concrete recommendations that they can put into practice in their respective communities. The BMDS becomes a place of finding practical models of solutions and not just a forum for pontification and “drive-by conversation.” BMDS is currently a non-profit organization under the auspices of The Village Builders Resource Network, with Dr. Doreen E. Loury as the Executive Director/Founder.

    For Information: www.BLACKMALEDEVELOPMENT.com