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  • 01:01

    Racial Climate in America & The Confederate Flag " Her Voice Radio"

    in Radio

    Join Her Voice Radio 6/29/15 at 6:00(pacific) 9:00(eastern) with your hosts Dee Neal & Celeste Watson as they discuss The Racial Climate in America, The Killings in South Carolina & The removing of the Confederate Flag. Will the removing of the Confederate Flag possibly change the mind set of sum? Call in and let's talk about it (347) 884-8239

  • 02:38

    Elijah Hamilton on "Abolishing the System of White Supremacy" & Racial Healing

    in Politics Progressive

    We at The Social Spitball Show always seek to share the truth in stories and perspectives that are not being shared by the national and even regional or local media. Racism in the United States of America has a long history and there are those that seek a "post-racist" America. Our featured guest for this show is one of the leaders in those efforts.


    Elijah Hamilton, a native Californian & Oakland resident, describes himself as a freelance antiracism educator. In one particular video, Elijah, a white American, describes "Why Most White People Don't Speak Out Against Racism" (also the title of the video). You can find this video and others at his YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/AntiRacistUnity/videos. Elijah can also be found on Facebook and on Twitter using the handle AntiRacistUnity.


    In his videos on this YouTube channel and through videos and posts on Facebook & Twitter, he seeks to educate the masses on the misconceptions that have been drilled into our heads for generations. Elijah, like many smart anti-racist activists & educators, says that we need not spend so much time on individual racists, but to work to take down the Racist System in America.


    As he said in a recent Tweet, "One of the problems with white liberals is that we often care more about proving we're good people, than we do about abolishing the system of white supremacy." That's why more white folks need to stand up and speak out for our sisters and brothers of color, in order to move our nation forward together.


    This is the third in our Racial Healing shows. There is plenty to talk about. It is a very important show and should be a great one!!


    Let's KEEP the conversation going...

  • Being Black in America....the Black Experience

    in Culture

    Lets talk about it....from the disproportionate incarceration rates, the educational system, racial profiling....to shopping while black...whats YOUR experience? And what are the positives? our culture, our resilience..etc...JOIN US FOR A CONVERSATION...347-855-8692

  • 02:29

    The Racial History of the Gospel Song "Amazing Grace"

    in Culture

    Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, June, 29th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network.  CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/


     


    1) Did you see President Obama’s eulogy for Rev. Clementa Pinckney on Friday?  What did you think about it?  2) An activist on Saturday today down the Confederate Battle Flag at the South Carolina State Capitol.  Why?  What about the American Flag?  3) Legendary Educator Marva Collins has died at age 78.  4) There have been 6 Black churches in the South that have been set on fire. What’s going on?  5) This date in African American History – Muhammad Ali wins his case against the U.S. for refusing to be drafted in the U.S. Army, June 28th, 1971.

  • 02:40

    Down & Dirty After Dark

    in Entertainment

    Tonight we will be discussing gay marriage and also bi-racial dating... two very controversial topics.
    Please tune in. Show starts from 930-1130... Please call in to voice your opinion openly or anonymously.
    347-838-8809 ; earkandyradio.com
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/earkandyradio/2015/06/30/down-dirty-after-dark

  • 01:05

    "Help4Men Radio Special " New Orleans Government Exposed

    in Politics

    The ATC comminisioner appointed has at least three known pending racial discrimination lawsuits and this commissioner Troy Hebert has denied a U.S. Major with 24 years of service and a disable Black female veteran a liquor license without reason, without any application errors, without any wrong doings after 22 unannounced inspections. Hebert serves at the pleasure of the businesses in the French Quarters, yet, you have allowed the racially motivated person to continue his deception.



    Less than 2% black business owners in the French Quarters
    50% of young African Americans unemployed
    Black Zip codes…. 70117, 70118, 70122, 70126, 70127, 70128 no help after Katrina
    12 Billion was give after hurricane Rita
    108 Billion was given after hurricane Katrina
    Within 32 years there was ONLY 2 Black Mayors… 1st 1978 and the other was in 2010 and his now in prison.
    For every $1000 Whites make in New Orleans. Blacks ONLY make $35.00
    Why is the state allowing an alleged racist (recently reported to have 3 open federal discrimination lawsuits pending) to remain as the head of one of the top revenue generating offices of the state of Louisiana? It's time to call Gov Bobby Jindal and tell him to put ATC Commissioner, Troy Hebert, on the bench. Bring him in and off the field until after these legal cases are tried... (225)342-0991 or (225) 219-2135.


     

  • 00:46

    Trans-Gender?, Trans-Racial?, Or just Trans-Humanity: Part 3?

    in LGBT

    Revisiting this salient sapient topic. Looks like those Nutty Humans are At it AgAiN! What is with this not wanting to be the form of body you were born into? What necessitates these drastic changes to one's own physique and biological identity? Theories? Postulations? Outright strongishly expressed Opionations?

  • 00:34

    Blacks and Whites vs Niggas and Crackers...The real racial problem

    in Politics Conservative

    Since that Jackass shot up the church in Charleston, everybody is wanting to place blame on the Confederate flag, right wing politics, black/white relationships in America and racism as the causes.  You have the race pimps loving the attention because it is keeping them relevant of being important. People are shocked that the President used the N word like he is the only president to have said it.  There is not a problem with Americans of different colors, races, and creeds getting along with each other.  There are small segments of the population that don't get along but based on their skin color the majority are lumped into the same category as the minority.  We will have the discussion about race nobody is willing to acknowledge because they don't want to be politically incorrect or labeled a racist (even though the term racist has been overused).  If you are going to be sensitive about the content, check out one of these liberal shows that want to talk about the problem but don't want to talk about the problem. The Supreme Court have decided that the federal government can pay subsidies to the states that have not set up an exchange even though the way the law is written subsidies should be paid. 

  • 01:00

    Let's Talk Trans!! PART 2: Caitlyn Jenner Vs. Rachel Dolezal

    in Women

    Let's Talk Trans!! PART 2 . a few weeks ago we had a great educational conversation about being transgender.  In Part 2, we dive even deeper  and discuss the new conversations involving Caitlyn  Jenner Vs. Rachel  Dolezal  do they compare?  Is racial identity vs Gender Identity the same? What do you think ? Listen in!


     


     

  • 00:25

    Global Spirit...a new travel show debuts tonight...

    in Lifestyle

    Join host Rick Tocquigny and Global Spirit show executive Zoila Mendoza as they discuss this new travel show and why people travel for pilgrimages.


    Zoila S. Mendoza is a Peruvian Anthropologist and a Professor and Chair of the


    Native American Studies Department at the University of California, Davis. She


    received her B. A. and Licenciatura degrees in Anthropology form the Pontificia


    Universidad Católica del Perú and her Masters and Ph. D. from the University of


    Chicago, also in Anthropology. Mendoza is the author of Shaping Society Through


    Dance: Mestizo Ritual Performance in the Peruvian Andes, (University of Chicago


    Press, 2000) and Creating Our Own, Folklore, Performance, and Identity in Cuzco,


    Peru (Duke University Press, 2008). She has published widely in Spanish and


    English on the subjects of Andean festivals, music, and dance, and ethnic racial


    identity in Peru. She is currently working on a book about pilgrimage, music, and


    dance among Quechua-speaking communities in Cuzco Peru. She has also filmed,


    produced and edited a documentary film about the Lord of Qoyllur Rit’i pilgrimage


    in Cuzco. She received a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship


    in 2010-2011 for this book and film project. Finally, she is a member of the Social


    Science Council of the Fetzer Institute though which she has funded, co-produced


    and co-edited a film about the post-conflict situation in Peru.


    This show is presented by Life Lessons from Family Vacations, debuting this month from Rowman & Littlefield Publishing. Purchase on www.shop.transformedtraveler.com with 40% off discount.

  • 02:16

    Dear White Allies... Pt. 2

    in Culture

    Please join us Sunday 10AM CST as we discuss white allies, their role(s), inclusion vs. accommodation, having our own safe spaces, eurocentrism, and much more.


    We, as a nation, need to confront and address a number of issues. The black community needs allies, not enemies, or white people replacing us.  The erasure of black women by eurocentrism and black men needs to be addressed and rectified.  Black women and girls matter.


    Additionally, the massacre in Charleston has caught the attention of the world.  We must not allow the conversation to be derailed by focusing it on the Confederate flag.  The conversation should focus on racism, white supremacy, institutionalized racism, education, incarceration, economic viability, and more.


    We will take some time at the beginning of the podcast to talk about Rhodesia and our role in a country now known as Zimbabwe.


    The dial in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the hosts.  You can also Skype and set reminders.