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TONIGHT JUNE 24 2015 WE HAVE THE PLEASURE OF BRINGING YOU TWO RECORDED SESSION BY CHAIRMAN OMALI YESHITELLA FROM THE UHURU MOVEMENT.
SESSION ONE IS TITLED UNDERSTANDING THE SCIENCE OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
SESSION TWO IS TITLED YESHITELA SPEAKS ON THE HONORABLE HUEY P. NEWTON
PLEASE LISTEN IN AND TAKE GOOD NOTES. WE ARE CONTINUING TO BUILD ON THE DIALOGUES, LEARNING SESSIONS AND RELATIONSHIPS WE HAVE ESTABLISHED IN THE PAST, SO THAT WE MAY BUILD IN THE FUTURE.
PLEASE ASK QUESTIONS, REACH OUT TO US BECAUSE WE ARE ALL LEARNING TOGETHER.
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Before we reinvent the wheel, let's look back at and study the work of some of our bravest and boldest forerunners, such as the Black Panthers. A party that was formed to combat racism and oppression during the 60's.
Join Asha Zuri and Alex Primo, Thursday June 18th at 9 pm EST, as we dissect the aggressive philosophy and insightful programs that these brave men and women brought to our much ignored and mistreated communities across the country.
Whether it was mass organization/mobilization, survival programs, self-defense, feeding the children, or Black Nationalism and Black Pride, the Panthers were a breath of fresh air to many neighborhoods where complaints were many and answers were few.
So tune-in as we discuss the contributions of Huey P Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, Stokely Carmichael, Fred Hampton, Kathleen Neal Cleaver, and Angela Davis.
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OK we are back, moving is a pain... Well one after another, it just don't seem to ever stop. As we have been talking and building the NU CODE for several months now, we can clearly see why we need it. Brother Dr Umar Abdullah Johnson done violated the code.....No not the NU CODE, but his own code regarding relationships. No room for "CULT OF PERSONALITY" EVERYBODY got to answer. Of cause at the same time South Carolina is producing some killers.
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The Week is winding down on the Revolutionary Suicide Autobiography we have until Thursday to continue analyzing this wonderful work. I believe this work gives more of a microcosmic view of Huey the man and Revolutionary than any other of his works. To Die For the People is more an analysis of his speeches made for the public to hear, this work is more of his personal life and thoughts. "Black men and women who refuse to live under oppression are dangerous to white society because they become symbols of hope to their brothers and sisters, inspiring them to follow their example.”
? Huey P. Newton, Revolutionary Suicide
"Any unarmed people are slaves, or are subject to slavery at any given moment."
Huey Newton quotes
Many times we were warned by Huey the fate of the unarmed Black Population was dangerous and signified the people having no power over the right to defend themselves against aggression. This is what brought about his death after leaving prison and earning a PHD in Social Philosophy, proving not only that he was not a criminal but gained the recognition deserving of a scholar, he no longer was able to carry a gun for his own safety. Huey Newton Killed; Was a Co-Founder Of Black Panthers in OAKLAND, Calif., died on Aug. 22.His body was found lying in a pool of blood on a street in an Oakland neighborhood where residents say they fear they are losing the fight against drug dealing and poverty. Dr. Newton, who earned a Ph.D. in social philosophy from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1980, was shot several times, at least once in the head, said Officer Terry Foley of the Oakland Police Department. The shooting was reported to the police at 5:29 A.M. The 47-year-old Dr. Newton was taken to Highland Hospital, where he was pronounced dead less than an hour later. A
“The history of our families is entwined just as a piece of cloth is woven. Our parents and fore parents were all bound together by birth families and marriage into others, but we are all bound by bloodlines that make us all related to one another. These families all lived in towns and communities that surround each other. Some of the town names are Warren, Banks, Pleasant Hill, Gravel Ridge, Childs, Green Chapel, Hard Shell, Jersey, Hermitage, Johnsville, Morobay, Palestine, Mt. Olive, Vicks, Hampton, and Harrell. Some of the names of families who lived in those communities are Hampton, Davis, Belin, Hall, Tatum, Johnson, Lovett, Strong, Wilson, Pickett, Webbs, Phifer, Fall, Green, Momon, Trotter, Newton, Wheeler, Jones, Henry, Harmon, Childs, Woods, Boswells, and Gardner.“ Kathleen Hampton-Lee (from her Histories of Families 1800-1992 in the 1992 Milwaukee, WI Family Reunion)
To those who traveled far and wide or just down the street, the Families welcome you to St Louis 2015 Family Reunion. We hope to help you create a great memory of these three days and leave here as you arrived…family. Organizer-Host, Ms. Fannie (Davis) Fuller will be our guest. Her co-organizers, daughters Deinene Thomas and NaToya Fuller will be here to add their opinions of the festivities. Rich Tycoon will give talk about his “My Family” song. Many more surprises, so stop on by.
This Blog Talk Radio show is sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group’s website at http://hcofa.net/ and our host third book, entitled, The Episodic Thoughts of Hamp at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478746232
AMAZING GRACE - the song, words written by the English poet and clergyman John Newton (1725–1807). He was an officer on slave ships. In 1748, a violent storm battered his vessel off the coast of County Donegal, Ireland so severely that he called out to God for mercy, a moment that markedhis spiritual conversion. He was no longer comfortable in his role in the slave trade. He quit in 1754.GRACE: love and mercy, a way of moving that is smooth and attractive and that is not stiff or awkward; : a controlled, polite, and pleasant way of behaving; graces : skills that are needed for behaving in a polite way in social situations; disposition to or an act or instance of kindness, courtesy, or clemency; to confer dignity or honor on; TO ADORN OR EMBELLISH; From Merriam-Webster Dictionary
Tonight June 26 at 6pm eastern please join Brothers of the Sun as we wrap up this weeks dialogue and learn more about Huey P. Newton and Revolutionary Dialectics. Please chime in. See you in a few! 917-889-8059
Our final reading from Huey's chapter on Patrolling on today's show will be delayed until 11pm daylight savings time. Because of the nature of this broadcast I choose to share this information with those who are really intrested in the 10 point plan and how it was started. "I started rapping off the essential points for the survival of Black and oppressed people in the United States. Bobby wrote them down and then we separated those ideas into tow sections, "WHAT WE WANT" and "WHAT WE BELIEVE." We split them up because the ideas fell naturally into two distinct categories. It was necessary to explain why we wanted certain things. At the same time, our goals were based on beliefs, and we set those out too. In the section on beliefs, we made it clear that all objective conditions necessary for attaining our goals were already in existence, but that a number of societal factors stood in our way. This was to help the people understand what was working against them.
All in all, our ten-point program took about twenty minutes to write. Thinking it would take days, we were prepared for a long session, but we never got to the small mountain of books piled up around us. We had come to an important realization: books could only point in a general direction; the rest was up to us. This is the program we wrote down:
Prepare yourself for chills and maybe tears. Carolyn Rossi Copeland, the producer of Amazing Grace the Musical will introduce you to the story behidn the song, Amazing Grace. John Newton, who wrote it, was a British slave trader who became a slave in Africa, before escaping and giving his life too goodness. The show opens tonight, Thursday June 25 at the Nederlander Theatre in New York City.
The 12 Steps. They are good for what ails you. No matter what is going on in your life, admit you are powerless over it and ask a higher power to raise you above it. Bill Wilson and his wife Lois were trailblazers in the creation of AA and AL Anon. Go visit their home in Westchester County, NY - it's the Stepping Stones Museum.
Thank you for listening. Let me know what you think!
This show will air Sunday, June 28 on 100.7 WHUD
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The 2015 NBA DRAFT is upon us. Join the panel this Wednesday evening at 9:00 est and listen to our prognostic airing of the draft. The first three picks are seemingly no brainers, but 4 thru 30 may feature plenty of surprises. Nevertheless, we're going to tackle the NBA's off season jewel INtheZONE style. During the second half of our podcast, we're going to rep our NFL squads to the fullest as we fend off each co-host and their eminent criticism. Last but not least, MR. TOM BRADY, will he receive four games as originally rendered or will Goodell cave to the prince of the empire. Dont miss this podcast, because we're bringing our "A" game.
Kristina Rake is a deacon of the United States Old Catholic Church. She received her Master’s Degree in Theology from the prestigious Andover Newton Theological Seminary near Boston and has been teaching scripture, theology, and apologetics to adults for over 15 years. In her own search for the Christianity taught by the Apostles, she found the Catholic Church and converted in 1999 after attending seminary for one year. She became Director of Adult Formation for a Suburban Chicago Parish of over 15,000 people. Deacon was in charge of all adult programming at the church, from adult education series to retreats and community events.
One of Deacon’s responsibilities was the R.C.I.A. program in which adults seek to convert to Catholicism. Here, Deacon Rake worked with people from all religious backgrounds: from Jewish converts to atheists to evangelicals to Mainline Protestantism to no religious background at all. Her experiences teaching Catholic Theology to people from such diverse religious backgrounds grounded her firmly in Catholic Apologetics. Deacon Rake was asked by groups all over her diocese to speak on a variety of apologetics topics and, for 15 years, she taught theology, scripture, and apologetics in area parishes.
In 2014, Deacon Rake entered the United States Old Catholic Church under Archbishop James Long. She was ordained a Deacon on November 8th, 2014, and continues her studies and formation for the Old Catholic Priesthood. She lives in Chicago with her husband of 15 years, Mark, her two human children and her two furry Chihuahua boys