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The New Brown America: The Changing Racial Composition in America"
Host: Dr. Donnamaria Culbreth
Guest: Ms. Jakara Hubbard
Does it seem like racism in America has increased since the election of Barak Obama as President of the United States in 2008? Well, it certainly seems so. What is it like to be Black in today's "post- racial" America? We'll be discussing that and more today, along with some awesome political poetry pieces on Eddie Caine Radio.
JOIN ME C AND GUEST CO-HOST GT TONIGHT 3/27/15 AT 9:00 PM EASTERN TIME
AS WE DISCUSS WORLD PROBLEMS SUCH AS RACIAL PROFILING, THE JUSTICE SYSTEM, & WHATS CONSIDERED IN AND OUT.
WE WILL ALSO FREELY DISCUSS SOME OF THE STUPIDEST THINGS SEEN, HEARD, AND SAID IN 2015 SO FAR.
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Peace and Blessings,
This evening on the Porch we will discuss how predictive programing and an ever ready Boule' class play roles in creating apologetic, sympathetic, and forgiving Negroes that stagnates any ground we make in racial politics. We're going to talk about how that creates the climate for the ongoing condition of our community. We're going to dive into recent events such as the apology of Levi Pettit, president of Oklahoma University's Sigma Alpha Epsilon who was recently recorded singing a bigotted song about lynching Black people as he was escorted to the news conference by State Senator Anastasia Pittman and a hoard of other forgiving blacks and look at the history of such behavior and the collateral damage that does to the progression of Black liberation.
So,make sure that you tune in and if you feel strong enough about it call in! So, make sure that you tune in to this week's episode of From the Front Porch with Professor Carl Tone Jones on The Initiative Radio Network at (914) 803-4571 at 6:30pm Est Friday evening.
You can also listen to the live broadcast by clicking on the link below.
The Science of A Lynching & the various fear tactics used to keep Black people "in line" - A History of Terrorism & Extremism Against the Black Race and Black Community
As promised on last weeks broadcast, I am spotlighting this epidemic that is RACISM, that is still, even in the year 2015, rampant and prevalent in today's society. With modern day lynchings, pampant and blatant racial profiling by SOME law enforcement, racial chantings by fraternity members at major universities, and these are just to name a few. But, there's a much bigger picture, and I will shed light on the types of RACISM to include racial discrimination, institutional, economical, symbolic/modern, cultural, and othering. The intent of this broadcast is to inform, discuss, and offer solutions. Hope you'll join in.
BROTHERS AND SISTERS ... TAKE CARE OF YOURSELVES
Health disparities between African Americans and other racial and ethnic populations are striking and apparent in life expectancy, death rates, infant mortality, and other measures of health status and risk conditions and behaviors.
When you look at the 10 Leading Causes of Death for African Americans, you find that most of them are substantially preventable by making some lifestyle changes. The question becomes, do we, as a people, have access to that information and secondly why are we in this situation in the first place.
Join Alex Primo, Asha Zuri, and Joe Whitfield Thursday at 9 pm EST as we explore the sicknesses and ailments that plague our people and some possible ways to remedy them. We will look at common issues such as Heart Disease, Cancer, Stroke, and other health concerns of Melanated people.
African Americans in 2009 had the largest death rates from heart disease and stroke compared with other racial and ethnic populations.
From 2007-2010, the largest prevalence of hypertension was among adults aged 65 years and older, African American adults, US-born adults, adults with less than a college education, adults who received public health insurance (18- 64 years old) and those with diabetes, obesity, or a disability, compared with their counterparts.
The prevalence of obesity among adults from 2007-2010 was largest among African American women compared with white and Mexican American women and men.
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And as always,remember to keep it clean and keep it on point. #One
Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday, March 26th, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is award winning jeweler and metalsmith George Sawyer.
We welcome your participation! Log into the chatroom or send a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter if you have a question for George during the interview!
George Sawyer is the Society of North American Goldsmith’s winner of this year’s Award of Excellence in Jewelry and Metal. He is the originator and internationally recognized master of gold mokume gane or "wood-grain metal".
George Sawyer designs Mirror ImageTM wedding and commitment rings, earrings, pendants, men's jewelry, custom pieces and other unique wearable fine art.
Looking at George Sawyer’s mesmerizing work is like gazing at clouds – you can see almost anything: water, wood, silk.
“I have always loved the refinement, color and subtlety of Japanese art. Here are some historic pieces of Japanese art metalwork, all
relating to the art of the sword, that have inspired my work.The pieces have a wonderful harmony of composition, color,
sculptural shape and fulfillment of purpose.”
Good evening everyone. Thank you, for joining our New Beginning 22nd Contest Episode broadcast of ‘You Are “The One” Essay Contest.’ I’d like to take this opportunity, tonight & give a multi-shout out to all my family, friends, business partners, sponsors, business friends & my listening audience… thank you for all the LOVE. Compose an essay 500 words or less relating to an experience of yours (past, present or future) to a song of your choice on the new CD release “The One” by Chris Jasper, recognized scholar, multi-talented producer, composer, singer, song writer, musician, Hall of Fame Inductee, former member of the Isley Brothers & Isley Jasper Isley Groups & recipient of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Hear It Now Live Radio airs snippets off the album “The One” randomly throughout the contest opening & closing date. Features include songs from Chris Jasper’s personal vault. Essays in video format must be on disc, no links accepted. Discs are subject to virus/disc analysis. A disc/electronic submission containing a virus, malware, spyware or malicious code will be disqualified & may be subject to civil/criminal action. Details/Official Entry Form will be posted on entertainmentenclosed.com and the link is available on chrisjasper.com, we will show case your talent & let’s have fun. Entries will be submitted to the official email address: firstname.lastname@example.org or to the official physical mailing address: You Are “The One” Contest, P.O. Box 90055, Columbia, SC 29290. No mailing costs will be reimbursed. Strict adherence to the Official Rules will be followed. Good Luck Everyone!!
Much Happiness and Much Love…
It's hight time that we keep matters simple, folks. Welcome to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review broadcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm. Join your hosts Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they decipher the following current event stories: thanks to Gawker.com, it appears we get further insight into the mystery man that operates one of the leading international shock sites, WorldstarHipHop.com; picking up from where we left off from the last show, Dburt believes that he has coined the naming of a theory he dubs steamroller or "locomotive" politics pertaining to the Dolce & Gabbana designer babies controversy (incl. a daughter of a same sex couple that ironically does not support gay marriage); Is ESPN's Stephen A. Smith right about Blacks needing to defect to the GOP (Dburt says "yes" but you knew that); Japan chooses a Blasian Miss Japan and many on the homogeneous island are not pleased; highlighting news of a 100m set aside for African tech entrepreneurs with hopes of creating a million jobs in the continent; X-files returns to FOX after a 13 year lapse. And lastly, more racial stories that are national and international in origin (Starbuck's failed race initiative; Brazil's colorism microaggressions and a Chinese restaurant in Kenya refusing Black patrons...in a Black country). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
(NOTE: Today’s March 22, 2015 is a prerecorded repeat show on racial images in worship)
Imam W. Deen Mohammed gave us C.R.A.I.D. early in his leadership (circa 1978) and it was quite effective. C.R.A.I.D. is an acronym for “COMMITTEE for the REMOVAL of ALL IMAGES that attempt to portray the DIVINE”.
There is Facebook discussion on racial images in worship. This noble effort is investigating the best methods for reviving CRAID. What do you think about C.R.A.I.D. in today’s world?
Another Facebook group I manage is titled "GIVE GOD NO COLOR." (https://m.facebook.com/groups/136138373208123)
It has been widely received and opened the following exchange:
Last winter one of our Focolare friends shared with me a beautiful report. While planning for their annual "Day of Christian Unity" the company that supplies the artwork for this special day sent them a very; as she described it, "a very white American looking image of Jesus." However due to her being a part of our FB group "GIVE GOD NO COLOR" and her love for our concern she called the supply company and told them that they could not accept such an image or any racial depictions. This is very significant. We thank Allah for bringing Imam W. Deen Mohammed and the blessed lady Chiara Lubrich and their respective communities together as ONE! This is a way to advance the message of C.R.A.I.D. to an audience that we could probably never reach.
Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday March 22, 2015 as we discuss C.R.A.I.D; its history and relevancy today. (NOTE: This is a prerecorded repeat show)
From the SAE scandal, to the UVA issues steming from the Rolling Stone article and the arrest and beating of an honors student, colleges are on alert as more incidents or racial and gender discrimination and injustice become prevalent. As we continue into March Madness, are we seeing a trend on major college campuses of injustice? Or has social media placed long standing issues to the forefront?