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  • 01:50

    SwagRadio Black History

    in Radio

    Black History

  • 02:01

    Black History Month: Capitalism and The Black Community

    in Politics Progressive

    Capitalism has effected the African American since our arrival in the New World. It shape the instution of slavery. It drove Reconstruction policies. It continues to help grow and oppress the African American. We have made it work for us and it has worked against us. So in keeping with the Black History month theme, Down South and Dirty is going to talk Capitalism and The Black Community. How savy business men and women have shape our economy. How we as consumers have driving this economy and the historical points of intrest that have made our community what is today. From Madame CJ Walker to Oprah we will look at this subject the way you know and expect from Down South and Dirty. So pull up a seat in the seating room because it is cold as a mug in GA....and Let's talk Dollars and Sense. Let Talk Capitalism!! It's Down South and Dirty Baby! Also Join us for our weekly Bern Treatment with Anoa Changa as we talk New Hampshire Primaries and the Democratic Debate and we will talk about Super Delegates Join in on the disscussion on our Facebook and Twitter or call at 657 383 0995. *2min per caller

  • 00:50

    January Jones-Black History Month with Sporty King

    in History

    Meet: Sporty King, speaker, author, humanitarian and humorous guest discussing Black History Month with January Jones. 


    Sporty shares his brilliant poem entitled "HIStory IS OURstory.


    Black History is a celebration of America


    Through its African descent


    It aligns us with God's vision


    Of the melting pot he's sent. . . .


    Also Sporty and January discuss what our world would be like without Blacks.  


    www.sportyking.com


    www.yellowribbon.mil

  • 00:31

    SpokenHeard with Moody Black and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Robert Mullins, Jr. aka Moody Black of Unifyed Sol Poets is a spoken-word and visual artist, actor, and photographer from Spartanburg, S.C. Moody Black is electrifying audiences across the country with his original poems and energetic performances. Fusing a blend of Hip-Hop, Soul, and Poetry, this talented artist delivers a unique rhythmic message in which each new listener finds common ground. Moody Black has been a performing artist since the age of twelve, and has become a prominent force on a multi-regional poetry scene through his enthusiastic live shows and strong work ethic. Moody Black has a created a buzz.  
    Moody Black competed in The Southern Fried Poetry Slam Competions 2004-2007; Competed in PSI’s National Poetry Slam 2004-2007; He ws a Special Guest performer at the 27th Annual Evening of Talent Expressions at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium; he has een a featured artist at the Travelers Rest Arts Commission annual Arts Festival October 6, 2007 in Traveler Rest, S.C./ Stone Soup Story Telling Festival in Woodruff, S.C. on April 17-18, 2009/ The Peace Day Festival in Charleston, S.C. 2008 and 2009/ and along with his wife opened up for Trey Songz at The Carolina First Center in Greenville, S.C. Moody Black won the title of Upstate Poetry Slam Champion of 2010 and 2012, and the 2012 and 2014 Slam Madness Poetry Slam Champion.


     

  • 02:00

    Coming Up for Air

    in Culture

    Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST/11AM EST.  The call in number is 310-92-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts.


    Someone hold my purse as I delve into surly urbanisms, while being unapologetically, politically uncorrect (I know it should read incorrect, but it is my show.), and I reserve the right to create and mispronounce words at my leisure.


    OK, boss, I don't mind shuffling, but I won't scratch my head. ~ Ruby Dee


    More to come!

  • 01:04

    The Hushmo Black Forum

    in Current Events

    The Hushmo Black Forum follows current Events and news relevant to the African-American community. The moderator initiates thought-provoking discussions and conversations for the listing audience throughout cyberspace. Members  and guests of Hushmo's online public  forumt are diverse individuals who have passionate insights and perspectives on African-American issues that range from day to day life, politics, media, history, books, sports, entertainment, style, beauty and more.


     The forum  features a blog for members to post comments and interact. Writers highlight everything from movies to celebrity fashion to local human interest stories and lifestyle advice.The Hushmo Black Forum airs online on Blog Talk Radio every Saturday at 7pm.The  moderator has taken an in-depth look at the prolific African-American activist W.E.B. DuBios and has also reviewed and discussed Jimmy C Cameron's  newly released book "Racism and Hate: an American Reality". Visit The Hushmo Black forum and stay up to date on the latest in African-American culture.when you become a member, you're embracing new friendships and a community to share stories and  opinions."like" The Hushmo Black forum  from our facebook page @ www.hushmoblack.com


     

  • 00:01

    African-American History: Love, Kindness and Heart Health

    in Health

    Are you living well? Are you happy? By now you know there is a lot more to living well than eating well. It also includes what you think, how you feel, what you believe and just what you practice. February is both African-American history month as well as American Heart Health Month. You have learned about Black Tea, Green Tea, and White Tea; you know how to steep water and you should also have a favorite Tea cup. Today, we will look at how emotions, beliefs, feelings, like anger, depression, and fear, affect heart health.  You don’t want to miss it. 


    Have you ever noticed how much better your body feels when you’re happy? Have you ever started to feel weak when you recall a sad memory? If so, then you have experienced how thoughts affect mood and health

  • 00:44

    Misconceptions of Moorish Americans Pt. 3 Final

    in Culture

    This is the last segment dealing with myths of Moorish Americans and Moors.  Why is it important to know law and how to use it.  Also the difference between law and soverignty tactics.

  • 00:31

    MOTHER MARY AND THE MASTERS: Top 10 Suggestions to Create an Amazing Year (Pt 2)

    in Spirituality

    Mother Mary will give her suggestions to create an amazing year! That is Part 2 and the completion on her top 10 suggestions to create an amazing year.


    Host Samarah is an internationally renowed channel for Mother Mary and many other ascended masters. This show is an opportunity for them to share their perspectives and wisdom on everything from global issues to family dynamics to help you create the miracles that you are here to share. Mary Elizabeth Co-Hosts. 

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    Weak Black Men are Destroying the Black Race.

    in Current Events

    Weak Black Men have unfortunately become the norm in visibility all over the world. It is a well known adage that a Strong Black Man will either be killed or neutralized through incarceration, homosexualization or other means.  Although this is a fact, it has now become an excuse.


    The Black Man has found himself the victim of lynching, buck-breaking, homosexual rape, and other terrors for the simple reason that he has failed in his duty as the natural protector of the Black Woman. He is unable to understand that his condition is just a natural consequence of the abdication of this divine, God-given responsibility.


    The only way that the Black Man can regain his manhood, authority and power is by standing up for the Black Woman. This is the only way he can redeem himself.


    Join Nommo Userkaf as he explains why virtually every Black Man with high visibility in the media is weak.  And why that cowardice and lack of manhood is precisely why the system gives him high visibility.  If he is not standing up for the Black Woman, advocating for the Black Woman and intimately associated with Black Women only, then he is a weakling and an active contributor to the Destruction of Our Beloved Black Race.