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Saturday Nov 21st, 9pm est/8pm cst, join O-God, Solarmind, & Sistah Renèe, on 'IN THE BLACK RADIO'! We'll be discussing 'The Genesis of Black Liberation Movements in Amerikkka', featuring special guest, ! As usual, we'll be going in & dropping powerful information. Listen/Comment/Question @ (619) 924-0694 press 1 to speak, or hear us online by clicking the link>>> http://www.blogtalkradio.com/intheblackradio/2015/11/22/the-genesis-of-black-liberation-movements-in-amerikkka-feat-zion-lexx
Reggae music is known for the socially conscious message. Step into the studio with Hopeton Brown as we discuss the challenges faced by the youths. Tonite, we will speak with Olive Peart, author of young adult novels.
Special Guest - OLIVE PEART
Wednesday - 25 November 2015 @ 9 pm EST
Hopeton Brown - Socially Conscious - Reggae Movements
This is your host,Mix-o-Rap with a open discussion about how drugs and violence has affect our community as a whole,we will have guest speakers talk about their addictions, and how they have overcome this madness.Tune in every Saturday at 10 am to give your views and ideas to help out this madness of insanity.To join in the discussion call (323)580-5689 ,this is a open mic discussion so if you are an addiction counselor, or an recovery addict,or a release inmate from prison who got lock up for being a user instead of a new charge.Its time for change,so now is the time!
Please join us Sunday at 10AM CST as we discuss radicalism, revolutionaries, and grassroots movements.
What is a movement?
What is the difference between the Feminist, Stonewall, Black Power Movement/Civil Rights Movement of the 50' and 60's and our current movements (BLM, M4BL, Campaign Zero, OWS, ISO, etc.)?
What were the goals of past movements?
What can we learn from movements of the past?
Did the movements of the past improve our communities and status in the USA?
Are there any movements that we need to continue that were started and put on the backshelf?
This and much more.
Hot16realtalk is proud to welcome Brooklyn NY rap artist Mitchell Aimess.Aimess is a up-incoming Mc with lyrical prowess.and style.His flow is a throwback to the days when having bars matter.Rap music is at a crossroads,and this is what the rap game needs.If you are a fan of the 80's and 90's rap music this interview is a can't miss.Listeners will also get a change to hear some of Aimess classic hits.Tune in with your boy Rapbrownn,and help me bring hip-hop back.This is not just radio its radio revolution.
Rap music is amazing in its influence and popularity. Far ,ore than just a musical style, rap and the sub-genres of rap have created distinct cultures with specific expectations, status symbols and norms. But while some rap artist have worked hard to buck the trend, much of rap music seems to be heading down a scary path of intolerance, self destruction and violence. Therefore most people automatically stereotype rap music...why is that? Has today's hip-hop music gotten so vain and negative to where some people have a bad taste in their mouth when it comes to rap music? Most critics may have some valid points, but today's rappers claim to be so gangster! Let's talk about it....Tune in and GetHeard.
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