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Today we will be blessed by God and the Honorable Min. Louis Farrakhan on the Willie Lynch letter.
The Nation of Islam under the leadership of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is the catalyst for the growth and development of Islam in America. Founded in 1930 by Master Fard Muhammad and led to prominence from 1934 to 1975 by the Honorable Eiljah Munammad, the Nation of Islam continues to positively impact the quality of life in America.
Minister Louis Farrakhan, born on May 11, 1933 in Bronx, N.Y., was reared in a highly disciplined and spiritual household in Roxbury, Massachusetts. Raised by his mother, a native of St. Kitts, Louis and his brother Alvan learned early the value of work, responsibility and intellectual development. Having a strong sensitivity to the plight of Black people, his mother engaged her sons in conversations about the struggle for freedom, justice and equality. She also exposed them to progressive material such as the Crisis magazine, published by the NAACP.
Popularly known as “The Charmer,” he achieved fame in Boston as a vocalist, calypso singer, dancer and violinist. In February 1955, while visiting Chicago for a musical engagement, he was invited to attend the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day convention.
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Two NYPD police officers shot & killed in revenge for Ferguson, Garner grand jury verdicts; NYC cop killer spoke Arabic, had Muslim Brotherhood slogan posted on his Facebook page; Al Sharpton & NAACP flee accountability for NYC cop slayings - pathetically; NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio also has blood on his hands; The culpability for inciting the murder of two cops reaches to the highest levels of media and government; and Which side of the aisle is more racist than the other? It’s not even close.
King Yashua leaves no room for compromise as he shatters the bastardized term "colourd" as it is labeled towards black America or anywhere else in the african diaspora...He especially takes the the traitors in the n.c.c a.p to task over there claiming this title and applying it to black america...
There is a white male, maybe more than one abducting little black girls in Minneapolis. Co-host Ronald A. Edwards called the Minneapolis Public Schools and asked why an “AMBER ALERT” or “ROTO-CALL” was not done. School officials said it did not meet the threshold. The Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Schools have failed children of color one to many times. Join us as we talk about education, some history about Minnesota and current events.
#148: Kim Schuette, Head Coach, Purdue, visits TCRS. In 2014, Schuette led the Boilermakers to a sixth-place conference finish and the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals in her first season. Purdue went 27-28-1 including a 13-10 mark in conference play. The Boilers won five of their eight league series and posted three wins over Top 25 foes, downing No. 4 Michigan, No. 10 Texas and No. 12 Minnesota. The season, which saw the squad play 14 games against Top 25 foes and 14 opponents that advanced to the NCAA Regionals, also featured a no-hitter by junior Alex Whittemore and a program-best five All-Big Ten honorees. A program-record six players garnered All-Region accolades, while a record 14 players earned Academic All-Big Ten nods and senior outfielder Andie Varsho was tabbed with first team Academic All-America honors.
Hosted by Candice Frederick, Kimberly Renee, and ReBecca Theodore-Vachon, "Cinema in Noir" covers the latest casting news, reviews, and interviews with the best and brightest talent in film. On this edition, we discuss the recent Screen Actors Guild, Golden Globe, NAACP Image and AAFCA award nominations. We also chat with director Lexi Alexander.
THE CLIO EXCHANGE EXPRESS will this week focus on a conversation that will deal with the issue of relationships that have gone seriously wrong between law enforcement and the African American community. The tragic circumstances of young black men losing their lives when they encounter law enforcement has grown to a near epidemic porportion. It has consumed the airwaves as many within the community, who just happen to not be African Americans, are beginning to look beyond the haze and see that there is a systematic problem and it is tearing the nation apart. It is resurrecting the old hatemongers who thrive on the negative issues surrounding race. The cottage market of peddling racial hate has reared its ugly head and is spreading like wild fire because we have allowed ourselves to be lulled into thinking that this kind of anamis was dead. When in fact, it was simply hibernating and growing stronger.
On this show we will engage in conversation with Dr. Jeffery Johnson, Senior Pastor of Mt Calvary Baptist Church in Fairfax, Virginia; Shirley Ginwrite, President of the Fairfax County NAACP; and, Jimi Bethel who is a former Washington DC police officer. The conversation will deal with the issues affecting our community and the challenges facing law enforcement officers as they attempt to serve in their role. This is a time when people who are standing for RIGHT... need to come forward and challenge the forces of WRONG.
Listen/Call in as Don Adams opens the phone lines & brings to light social injustices happening in your neck in the woods, but most importantly he constructs & puts into place a game plan dedicated to combating the unequal justice system happening not just in the States, but abroad.
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SEE ALSO: Did You Know 1 In 3 Black Males Will Go To Prison In Their Lifetime?
FACTS: Approximately 12%-13% of the American population is African-American, but they make up 40% of the almost 2.1 million male inmates in jail or prison (U.S. Department of Justice, 2009). Census data for 2000 of the number and race of all individuals incarcerated in the United States revealed a wide racial disproportion of the incarcerated population in each state: the proportion of blacks in prison populations exceeded the proportion among state residents in twenty states; the percent of blacks incarcerated was five times greater than the resident population.
In an August 2013, Sentencing Project report on Racial Disparities in the United States Criminal Justice System, submitted to the United Nations, "one of every three black American males born today can expect to go to prison in his lifetime".
The 7 Steps to Freedom for Conscious Leaders - The Life Business System show is designed to assist socially conscious entrepreneurs with starting and managing their life as if it was a business. On the show we will discuss the following:
Book Title “Life Business Systems – The Seven Steps to Freedom”
Establish a Life Plan
Giving Back Plan
Build Social Capital
Build a network of their Stakeholders
Become a Conscious Leader
6- Month Action Plan - A Revenue plan for leveraging $5000 into $50,000 in 6-months.
Discover their purpose in Life/Higher Purpose for their business.
Christopher King (King) - who goes by King is the President of the DC Chapter of Conscious Capitalism and author of a new book titled" Connecting With Intent - Why Social Capital is more Valuable than Financial Capital". He is the founder and CEO of King Connections.
Meet today's Coach:
Omar Tyree is a New York Times best-selling author, journalist, lecturer and publishing consultant who has won a 2001 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literature and a 2006 Phillis Wheatley Literary Award for Body of Work in Urban Fiction. He was also awarded a 2010 HBCU Legends Award for his tiresome work in urban literacy. Tyree has published twenty-five books on African-American people and culture with more than two million copies sold worldwide that have generated more than $30 million. His six New York Times bestselling books include the recently published Mayor For Life; The Incredible Story of Marion Barry Jr. in Washington, DC. Tyree is a well traveled and popular speaker, born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, who now lives in Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife and two sons. Learn more at OmarTyree.com.
In Satsuma, Alabama, my family, the Johnson family is living in a Petite APARTHEID state. We are separated from the larger Anglo community by a privacy; (2) we are only allowed to ENTER our HOME and PROPERTY from the BACK; (3) all of the services provided to all other at their FRONT DOOR, are provided to us at our BACK DOOR - subservience; (4) when remove the barriers to the FRONT of our HOME we were ARRESTED and charged with a CRIMINAL MISDEMEANOR; and (5) are again downgraded to only being able to ENTER our HOME PROPERTY from the BACK.
Therefore, based on the aforementioned definition, we are (a) being systematically oppressed by the Anglo-American (dominant) governance of the City of Satsuma, (b) our human rights, civil and constitutional rights are being denied to us because of our RACE, and (c) our social rights/privileges are curtailed due to this inhumane treatment, and the actions of those who are effecting this state of injustice.
Only a handful of Minneapolis NAACP members received notice about an upcoming election scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7. This election was to elect a new president and executive board. Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen as we examine what has happened to the Minneapolis NAACP.