• 00:31

    Enslaved

    in Current Events

    Freeing our mind from the things that hold us hostage...

  • 00:58

    Politics Done Right on KPFT - Enslaved by economic system of a dependent wealthy

    in Politics Progressive

    We hear a lot about income inequality and wealth disparity. We all know it yet we don't seem engaged likely because many think making a change is impossible. When we unchain our minds we will. We get it done by learning. We get it done by sharing what we learn. We get it done by usurping a wealthy centric economic system.


    The new Republican buzzword to counter middle-class economics proposed by President Obama is envy economics. One can be sure that they tested the phrase. Today we discuss how to unchain ourselves from our enslavement to the wealthy.


    http://politicsdoneright.com/2015/02/enslaved-by-the-wealthy/

  • 00:40
  • 03:34

    Nigga Church #160: ENSLAVED BY IDOL WORSHIP!

    in Religion

    The Pursuit of Life, Liberty, Property and Puss Eye


    Please OPEN UP YOUR NIGGA MINDS! Bring yo NIGGA BIBLE Its "THE NIGGA CHURCH" w/ The Conscious Nigga of Comedy--The Honorable RITE REVEREND DAT NIGGA presiding aka SOOPA NIGGA: The Conscious Nigga of Comedy. Rite Reverend DAT NIGGA is Founder of The Nigga Church (a Church OF Niggas, Started BY a Nigga. FOR Niggas Everywhere)! Afta putting on his CAPE he emerges from the CHURCH BASEMENT as SOOPA NIGGA and takes to the PULPIT to SPIT that Insiteful SHIT that is dedicated to FIGHTING against the Social, Sexual, Politikal, Medical and Religious Hypocritical Bullshit of the day that the Powers That Be are tryna Force The Peeple to Swallow!!!! So stay tuned for a Funny, No-Holds Barred, Profanity, Cuss-Filled, Offensive-On-So-Many-Levels night of decoding of world and national news, politics along w/all kinds of Shit Talking & Truth Telling! One thang fa sho you aint never heard a REVEREND like this befo!!


    (a nigga church production

  • 02:03

    Does Black Love Really Matter? Our enslaved ancestors fought for it

    in Relationships

    We hear about sticking together, looking out for one another and embracing the concept of “Black love." Why is this so important to us?  Noted in Essence Magazine. 


    When it comes to African-Americans, it is mentioned that love is a very complicated and often an evasive concept. Our enslaved ancestors had to fight for love and sneak it in when our captors were not looking. As Bell Hooks says in "Salvation: Black People and Love," post-slavery movements to secure true freedom often made our men feel like they needed to be “fighters, not lovers." They did not always see that it was possible to be tender and romantic with love in the home, at the same time that they were strong and battle-ready when dealing with the enemy outside of it. And while women contributed a great deal of nurturing, they also struggled with balancing the demands of work and love. We have often experienced forced separation from our partners and our families that has made love an even more traumatic concept.


    Is this what has been tangling us up?  Let's talk!

  • BLACKNIFICENT LINE OF DIVINE PSYCHOLOGICAL REPARATIONS with ELEVATED ELDER

    in Self Help

    BLACKNIFICENT LINE OF DIVINE PSYCHOLOGICAL REPARATIONS, SEPARATE LAND RESERVATION AND AFRICAN SPIRITUAL REVITALIZATION


    WHERE WE BELIEVE THEY STOLE US THEY SOLD US THEY OWE US REPARATIONS PAST DUE UPON REQUEST

    INTRODUCING MAAT UNIVERSAL TRUTH AND JUSTICE INITIATIVE 25 150 400  TWENTY FIVE YEARS OF ECONOMICAL SUPPORT FOR ONE HUNDRED FIFTY YEARS OF EMANCIPATION WITHOUT COMPENSATION AFTER 400 YEARS OF FORCED SLAVERY AND UNREDEEMED SUFFERING

    THIS EDITION WE WILL BE ADDRESSING VARIOUS NATIONAL UPDATES AND ASPECTS OF THIS IMPORTANT SUBJECT

    I AM YOUR HUMBLE HOSTESS ELEVATED ELDER QUEEN SISTAH ASHIA ALKEBULAN

  • 00:46

    Sapphire JBlue chats with Piper G. Huguley -Historical Romance & The Lawyer's L

    in Radio


    “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. 6 In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6 


    Oberlin, Ohio – 1844 

    Lawrence Stewart is a rare man. Raised with his grandmother’s Miami Indian tribe, as a Negro he has consistently walked between two worlds most of his life. He devotes his time and study to becoming a lawyer, fully intending to obtain justice for the ousted Miami Indians. No Negro man has accomplished these things before, but he is not daunted. He studies for his exams as he rides circuit through the backwoods of Ohio, handing out justice to people who cannot easily reach a courthouse. His life is perfectly set until one June day…. 

    Aurelia “Realie” Baxter made her way from enslavement in Georgia to the free land Lake Huron in Ohio. Far from happy as a slave doing the bidding of a woman cooped up in a house all day, Realie is a bona fide tomboy with a special gift with horses. Now, she is so close to freedom in Canada, she can smell it, but her plans are interrupted when Lawrence shoots her…by mistake…. 

    Lawrence cannot study encumbered with the care of an enslaved woman, but he’s responsible for her injury… 

    Realie wants to get to Canada, but Lawrence won’t let her get away in trying to help her… 

    One chance meeting can change your life from what you thought you wanted….to what you really need. 
     

  • 00:41

    Living Life Through The Eye of Source

    in Spirituality

     


    As a spiritual being having the physical experience it is our greatest desire to convey a message of encouragement, enlightment, and elevation, in hopes that we may assist all in the cultivation of your spirituality.  It is our intentions to free the mind from the misunderstandings of who you are.  Without  a sense of awareness most are enslaved by the attachments of people, places, things and ideas. so we ask that you come as you are, listen with a honest, open and willing heart. Namaste 


     

  • 00:14

    Living Life Through The Eye Of Source

    in Spirituality

    As a spiritual being having the physical experience it is our greatest desire to convey a message of encouragement, enlightment, and elevation, in hopes that we may assist all in the cultivation of your spirituality.  It is our intentions to free the mind from the misunderstandings of who you are.  Without  a sense of awareness most are enslaved by the attachments of people, places, things and ideas. so we ask that you come as you are, listen with a honest, open and willing heart. Namaste 


     

  • 00:26

    Living Life Through The Eye Of Source

    in Spirituality

    As a spiritual being having the physical experience it is our greatest desire to convey a message of encouragement, enlightment, and elevation, in hopes that we may assist all in the cultivation of your spirituality.  It is our intentions to free the mind from the misunderstandings of who you are.  Without  a sense of awareness most are enslaved by the attachments of people, places, things and ideas. so we ask that you come as you are, listen with a honest, open and willing heart. Namaste 

  • 01:05

    Voices of the Earth welcomes Susan Savion, "Quoting Matilda"

    in Spirituality

    In honor of Women's History Month, I am terrifically pleased to welcome author, Susan Savion to this week's Voices program. We will be speaking about her new book on Matilda Joslyn Gage, Quoting Matilda.  Though Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton are well-known historical names, that of Matilda Joslyn Gage usually evokes the response, "Who?" Yet, this amazing woman contributed equally for many years as part of a triumvirate with Anthony and Stanton. Matilda was involved in the women’s movement from 1852 until her death in 1898.  She was best known for her feminist and suffragist activities, but she was “written out of history” for many years, because she was considered by her peers to be too radical in all she proposed to accomplish. Inspired by the Haudenosaunee women who were her neighbors and who adopted her into their Wolf Clan, she was determined to gain the rights of property ownership, governance and equality of power for her 19th century sisterhood. She fought for the rights of Native Americans and enslaved persons and anyone else impacted by government control.


    Join us for what promises to be an engrossing conversation! Live on Wednesday, March 11th at 7 pm Eastern, 4 Pacific and then as an archived recording at this same link.


    http://www.matildajoslyngage.org/


    Go here to view Sue's book and to order a copy!


    http://www.authorhouse.co.uk/Bookstore/BookDetail.aspx?BookId=SKU-000938883

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