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Only got 3hrs sleep last night, and not enough time in the budget to make up for it today. Needless to say, I'm ill prepared, but am still unlocking the room for your questions, comments, topics ... OR, you'll be hearing some great Indie Music, rocking it this Saturday Night!
Ever notice how the issues of pets can sometimes mirror ours? Things like being powerless over sudden turns in health, fear, confusion...Trying to stay calm, or keep our bearings in the face of crisis? Understanding the problem and then adapting to new solutions, even if we don't like the available or most prudent options? That's where we were in the overnight, and I had a chance to reflect on it today in my exhaustion. Perhaps not as many differences between man and beast as we might think...
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Host Doretha Mary from the 13th colony and Host Tehuti of Your Bookstore for Justice, interviews Mr. Neely Fuller Jr., author of The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept. Mr. Fuller provides information for the individual about what a person can do and say in day to day life to produce justice. Justice meaning no one mistreated and the person needing help the most receives the most constructive help in all areas of people activity in society including economics, education, entertainment,labor, law, politics, religion, sex and war.
The matter sometimes referred to as the 'Race' problem is the original, basic initial unfinished business among people of the known universe. To eliminate any major problem among people we must first eliminate the problem of Functional Racism which is White Supremacy. Not all white people. The White men, women and children who practice and promote mistreating Black and all non-white people because of greed and this thing called 'Race'-a political strategy.
We'll resume our counter-racist lab examination, that was begun during the August 02, 2014 broadcast, of the most effective use of the word, "culture." In addition to Penelope's written submission, there were four very thoughtful live participants during that discussion: Gwendolyn; Kofi, the founder of World Afropedia; Universal Jones, the founder of Justice Lab Radio, and Allen. Each of these terrific thinkers has agreed to return for this broadcast.
We'll start by comparing the definition for last proffered by Kofi that "culture" is "whatever a person does that benefits people" to that suggested by Neely Fuller, Jr., author of the seminal work, The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept a textbook/workbook for Thought, Speech and/or Action for Victims of Racism (white supremacy).
If listeners may have suggestions different than those discussed during the previous broadcast, they are encouraged to call in!
It will be an open line compensatory call in style broadcast. I will share my thoughts on the following:
ABPsi (Association of Black Psychologist) Conference
Hidden Colors 3
The Social Network Challeges
Fear Based Culture
The continuous terrorism on Black Folks
Black Male and Black Female Relationship Broadcast
Question from a listener: When another black person tells you a white person who does/says something racist is ignorant about racism, how do you respond? I'm curious to know because when I speak to other black folks on this topic, one of the first things they say is that whites are racist because 1)they're not around black people, or 2) base their opinions of black people on the media.
Call in and participate....
In the mean time...
Tonight we will be discussing Neely Fuller Jr.'s book; "United Independent Compensatory Code: A Textbook/Workbook for Victims of Racism/White Supremacy (1969)." "The Code."
According to Neely Fuller's Jr. writings; "If you do not understand White Supremacy (Racism), what it is, and how it works; everything else that you understand will confuse you."
Fuller defines White Supremacy as a system that dominates all non-white people "in the known universe" in nine areas of people activity: economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war.
The Code also states that there are (logically speaking) only three major classifications of people: white, non-white, and white supremacist. The Code is one of the sources of inspiration for "The Isis Papers" written by Dr. Frances Cress-Welsing.
Fuller's book also recommends "Ten (10) Basic Stops" that he thinks non-white people should employ in order to minimize intra-racial conflict:
1. Stop "Snitching"
2. Stop "Name Calling"
3. Stop "Cursing"
4. Stop "Gossiping"
5. Stop "Being Discourteous"
6. Stop "Stealing"
7. Stop "Robbing"
8. Stop "Fighting"
9. Stop "Killing"
10. Stop "Squabbling Among Yourselves and Asking Racist (White Supremacist) to Settle Your Problems
This, Is Black Wall Street...
Live each and every Tuesday night, it's The Press Coverage Podcast with Jon Presser on the National Gridiron Network and NGSC Sports.
Hosts Jon Presser, Matt Falkenbury and Shukri Wrights bring you quick hits and analysis on the NFL's AFC East and NFC East teams.
This week: The NFL draft order is officially set, as the league announces compensatory draft picks, the Jets adjust their quarterback depth chart, and much more.
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This broadcast will be simulcast on the CREE Seven venue, hosted by Cree. It was inspired by the last episode (Can I Be Heard: Tragic Arrangements!) airing there on 3-13-14 .
After listening to the thoughtful commentary of the callers and host on that episode regarding the coupling of black people with non-black people who are generally/usually not considered white by persons who function, at all times, as black, i.e "undeniably black," Cree decided to express her views on the matter and, hopefully, clarify and refine the logic on the matter.
These views held by Cree will not be entirely new to those who have listened to previous broadcasts on her venue regarding a calculus/definition of who is white and who is not white.. These views differ from that published in the United Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept: A Textbook/Workbook for Victims of Racism (white Supremacy) by Neely Fuller, Jr..
When possible, emotions should match conscious logic. And, when they cannot, if logic is not given priority, it is Cree's judgement that the exchange of views should be halted. This an an exploration as to how long an exchange of views on thos matter can be conducted with these rules of engagement.
Monday, March 16, 2014 @ 7PM Pacific/9PM Central/10PM Eastern/ 2AM UK. Call-in#: (646) 668-2462
***Please Note*** CREE made a few statements tha she believes are inaccurate and has asked to amend them. Broadcast Amendending Inaccurate Statements w/ CREE (aired 3/20/14) is the program where you can fine the correction of the statements.
Learn at the feet of our elder.
Dr.Neely Fuller Jr's basic premise is this:
"If you do not understand 'white' supremacy (as racism)--what it is, and how it works--everything else that you understand, will only confuse you".Dr. Fuller breaks down his idea of there being 3 basic types of people in the known universe, that being
In his explanation, white people are "people who classify themselves as 'white' and have been classified as 'white', accepted as 'white'... and who generally function as 'white' in all of the nine major areas of activity." He defined non-whites as "people who have been classified as 'non-white', and/or who generally function as 'non-white' in their relationship with each other..." Last, white supremacists/ racists are "people who classify themselves as 'white', and who generally function as 'white', and who practice racial subjugation (based on 'white'-'non-white', at any time, in any place, in any one, or more of the nine major areas of activity."
We will discover all of these things and more with Mr. Neely Fuller, Jr.
Be ready for class!
in Self Help
Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, delivers a mini-course on personal hardiness, the three C's associated with personal hardiness (challenge, commitment, control), three learning methods for improving personal hardiness (situational reconstruction, focusing, compensatory self-improvement) and how to use personal hardiness to bounce back (i.e. be more resilient) from work stressors, especiallly those associated with unimpressive bosses and negative co-workers.
Back in March I had the opportunity to talk with David and Tina Long regarding their son Tyler’s Bullycide in 2009, and their tireless efforts stop bullying and make schools accountable for our children’s safety.
As you will recall, David and Tina have appeared on The Ellen Show, 20/20, Nightline, and many other programs. They both spoke at a caucus on bullying in Washington, D.C. and as David states in the film Bully, “My voice is not going to fall silent. I will go to my grave until a difference is made.”
But will this all change now that the school which Tyler attended has sought to silence them by seeking compensatory damages relating to the courst costs associated with the Long's action seeking to hold the school accountable for their son's death?
Today we will find out the answer to this as well as other questions in this tragic story.
Chapter 1: Immigration Bill Sees First Markup in U.S. Senate
Comprehensive immigration reform took another step towards becoming reality today as the Senate judiciary committee started reviewing amendments to a bill intended to give a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented residents of the United States. We talk to Niels Lesniewski, Reporter for Roll Call where he covers the U.S. Senate.
Chapter 2: House Hearing on Benghazi Incident Reignites Debate Over Security
The debate over what happened in Benghazi , Libya, has reignited following testimony by Gregory Hicks, the deputy chief of mission in the US Embassy in Libya at the time. We talk with Susan Ferrechio, Chief Congressional Correspondent, The Washington Examiner.
Chapter 3: House Passes Labor Bill Providing for Compensatory Time Over Overtime Pay
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that would allow companies to give employees who work overtime compensatory time off rather than require them to provide overtime pay. The bill will likely have a much harder time in the Democrat-dominated Senate. What are Republicans looking to get from this? We talk to Jack Rasmus, Political economist at Saint Mary’s College and author of “Obama’s Economy: Recovery for the Few.”