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"I am taking your home and I'm killing your wife in front of you and raping your daughter. I am stealing what money you have than taking your sons for body parts before I kill them and send whats left to you to bury."
IDF do this quite often. It is strange that they don't think Palestinians are good enough to be among them but they do use and sell their livers, kidneys, and hearts in transplants into themselves.
Beating the drum today: The Digital Drummers most popular guest non-profit management, community development, and business expert LAZONE GRAYS, JR. returns to the mike. He's also President/CEO of ISBA, Inc. Ask and Share. Call In (646) 716-7994 or join in the interactive chat. As the official radio broadcast of the Urban Tech Fair, from blog to radio, Jim Neusom brings to conversation some of the awesome, interesting, historical, and down right technical digital information he shares online...From Blacks and people of color in Technology to S.T.E.M., latest tech trends and strategies that empower us and our communities. For Urban Tech Fair updates subscribe to The Urban Tech Fair at www.urbantechfair.org and LIKE us at http://facebook.com/UrbanTechFair opening song: POLYMATH
The painful memory of Trayvon Martin, the young unarmed teen who was murdered by the self appointed neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman, has been revived by the insensitivity of those who believed it was acceptable to dress in black face and a bloody hoody for Halloween, 2013.
While the outrage of their poor costume choice has been wide spread over the internet, there are some in the black community that feel blacks are just too sensitive. Are black people just "too sensitive" as it relates to black face and the racial connotations they represent?
Join host Kay Quinn as she and co-hosts Raymond Kirk and Michael Flemons discuss this new fixation on the black face controversy.
REAL Talk is a community oriented show that focuses and engage dialog on very real issues that repeatedly plague and disenfranchise local communities. It is designed to open the lines of communication to address the hard issues many are afraid to discuss in this climate of racial divide.
We can no longer afford to walk around and ignore the elephant in the room. This is our time to engage the proverbial elephant head on.
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Black Americans have always had problems with the media's love affair with Blacks. However, it is this love affair that has tainted the view of Black women with a negative image. The black woman is protrayed as disloyal, dishonest, loud, aggressive, con artist, sexual objects to be disrespected, not worthy of healthy relationships and so much more. This forum will discuss candidly and openly these issues. We will also discuss how the black man has contributed to the negative view of the black woman.
The Black Eye Show is a family oriented but hard hitting, sharing and learning experience for the black community. Dedicated to the black community, the Black Eye Show taps many of the difficult issues challenging the black community today and offers a national platform for African American to share information and help each other. The Black Eye Show is a one hour program that airs on Saturdays, 11am – 12pm EST. The primary topic and survey (poll) for the show can be found on the show’s Facebook page www.facebook.com/blackeyeshow ). We urge listener to visit the show's Facebook page and take the polls and voice opinions. During the show the Facebook page will be monitored for comments and questions. The Black Eye Show will also have frequent guest to help the community and offer excellent tid-bits of information that really matter through show segments such as Black Business Highlights, The Technology Minute and Did You know. Call in and share! The Black Eye Show’s primary goal is to elevate and not intimate. The host of the Black Eye Show is award winning author B.R. White ("B"). Mr. White’s book The Glass In My Throat is his fully documented 25 year of his journey from growing up poor to his transformation to the corner office and life as an executive and entrepreneur. The Black Eye show is FULL BRAIN Radio for the African American Community!
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Tonight we are introducing the implementation of the principles of Dr. Claude Andersons POWERNOMICS, via our new Spiral Funding and our Bonded Signature Loan programs! In an effort to manifest Economic Justice, relief and PROGRESS, we are stepping up to bring forth a more successful and competitive black-america.
So tune in and join us on our mission of having businesses from MORE INDUSTRIES that cater to US as black people! Black Wall Street International is sounding our trumpet, and calling all cars, to join us as both MEMBERS as well as GEO-SPONSORS, in re-making and remodeling our black business financial centers and marketplaces built BY BLACKS, for BLACKS. This is a modern-day expression of commUNITY, higher values and the success from COOPERATIVE ECONOMICS of GETTING PAID as a people!
Find out how we have FUNDS AVAILABLE for business start-ups and expansions ACROSS THE COUNTRY! While simultaneously creating HUNDREDS OF JOBS, and all of this is available to ALL members of BLACK WALL STREET INTERNATIONAL. All you have to do is JOIN for $19.99, and $9.99 per month then submit your business plan and application to our flagship Spiral Funding program! BE SURE TO LISTEN TO THIS SHOW FOR MORE DETAILS!
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On this week’s episode of Love & Life w/ Nic Nice I’ll break down The exceptioNOLES campaign, how it’s different from other alumni efforts & why the issues are bigger than Homecoming Events. I’ll talk about my involvement with the various FSU alumni groups (FSU YAM, BAA, ASC), the behind the scenes politics of getting involved, apathy among black alumni & the business behind being an alumni at FSU. Lastly, I will GO IN on the haters, the crabs in the barrel & so-called "educated" blacks who’d rather point fingers and deflect responsibility, than take action. I’ll also set the record straight and clear up any mistruths, misunderstandings or down right lies being told. If you’re a member of an alumni group or a black alum with questions or comments, I encourage you to call in.
This show will discuss the effects segregation had on black businesses, families, and black unity in the 50’s and 60’s. Was segregation better for blacks? Would segregation be beneficial for blacks today?
“It resumed being a vital black community until segregation was overturned by the Federal Government during the 1950s and 60s. Desegregation encouraged blacks to live and shop elsewhere in the city, causing Greenwood to lose much of its original vitality. Since then, city leaders have attempted to encourage other economic development activity nearby.”
“Not only did African Americans want to contribute to the success of their own shops, but also the racial segregation laws prevented them from shopping anywhere other than Greenwood”
White owned business – $10.3 Trillion
Asian owned business- $513.9 billion
Hispanic owned business- $345.2 billion
Black owned business- $137.4 billion
Black people make up the second largest population in America, are one of the largest consumers, but generate less business income than other races.
The disturbing truth about how Our Oppression creats a fundamentally unfair criminal justice system toward Blacks, and how Blacks are fed into the Prison Industrial Complex.
We take a hard look at root causes of crime and punishment- inequities in arrests, bonds, sentencers, etc.
We will takle controversial subjects as the deep-seeded societal prejudices of some judges, the anti-black biases of some jurors, the black defendant's blind belief in the fact that if they confess everything will be ok, etc. etc.