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YOU THINK DRIVING WHILE BLACK IS HARD... IMAGINE DATING WHILE BLACK.
I break down why black women dating world is reportly the lowest. Or is there another agenda too it? I break down that as well. And who you ask are the the 2nd undesirable men. That goes to black men. According to OkCupid and AYI dating stats as well.
I also give dating online tips & treats do's & don't... Some make sure you tune in to my show at 6:00 you won't want to miss this.
We are a group of disabled Veterans who are active advocates for the rights of veterans who have served in the United States Military and their families. We advocate for the rights of veterans. We talk to the the politicians who want to talk to us and we promote Americanism.
Mondays Hosts: Jonathan Bibbins, Michael Fortune And Dr Jorge Anderson
Topic: Open Forum
Tuesdays Hosts: Stephanie Ruscigno
Topic Miltary Sexual Trauma
Wednesday Hotess: Marilyn Wyche
Topic VA Benefits
Thursday Host George Cash/ Michael Fortune
THIS WEEK ON THE DR C ROBERT JONES GALT REPORT
The Real Reason for the Tantrum in Ferguson
Rest assured that the riots, the violence, the looting, and the destruction of private property that has taken place in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of Michael Brown’s death has all been for the greater good. The attention all of this brings will, according to Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson, “make it better for our sons to be better black men.”
Apostle Claver T. Kamau-Imani, is the founder and chairman of RagingElephants. org - a non-profit issues-oriented organization dedicated to growing the conservative voting base primarily through racial diversity. Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani is a dynamic speaker who has traveled the country giving workshops on voter education and citizen activism. His work with the Tea Parties as well as other conservative groups has enabled them to confront the racial stereotypes being charged against conservatives.
A born-again Christian, Apostle Claver Kamau-Imani is the founder and senior pastor of the Corinthian Christian Empowerment Center (CCEC) in Houston.
Apostle Claver is a graduate of Lamar University with a B.S. in mass communications. Claver has years of experience as an announcer and producer on both Christian and secular radio.
Apostle Claver, a 5th generation Texan, grew up in Beaumont within a home of Christ, politics and civil rights. Both of his parents were active leaders in Democratic Party politics, civil rights, community activism, education, charity, and the Missionary Baptist Church.
Currently, Apostle Claver is a member of the Republican Party, a director for the Greater Houston Pachyderm Club, a member of several other conservative-leaning clubs and organizations
This episode is open-discussion and the phone lines will be open from beginning to end. Not only are we addressing Mike Brown, but everything that we know up to this point regarding the activities, conspiracies, cover-ups, racial tension, exposure of police misconduct, authorities unfit to facilitate the proceedings, the inadequite representation of the voice of the people and more.....We need to expose some things and spread the word.....We can show our support right here as well. INFORM THE PEOPLE....With my co-host Michael Bryant Sr. we going to talk about these things as well as finda better way to handle our own responses rather than reacting....Join us !
Listeners are welcome to call in and speak their mind. Some of the popular topics are Christ-Insanity, DIEversity, White Genocide, White Revolution, Race Wars, Black On White Violence, Lone Wolves, Immigration Invasion, The White Man's Bible, Leaderless Resistance, Racialism, and Miscegenation.
Hate is just as Natural as Love. It is NATURAL for you to Hate that which threatens what or whom you love. Nurture Your Hate.
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Join me in a conversation with the man the Beverly Hills Police falsely arrested film producer Charles Belk Mr. Belk shares his story and we discuss how African Americans must continue to speak out about injustice and the disconnect between police and African Americans
Current events super show, did you know some went down over the past little while?
#Ebola is still ravaging Africa, racial tensions are once again high in America, innocent Slurpee machines are being murdered and some parents think it is okay to let little kids fire fully automatic weapons.
People are a$$mad about the #IceBucketChallenge and have raised some good points...none of which mean squat, quit crapping on something has raised peoples attention about a serious illness.
Did you also know that people in the USA still don't give a about Flint? that people are getting shot in Chicago every weekend and the MSM doesn't care?
Kinda sounds depressing doesn't it?
Don't worry, we will put a Canadian spin on it and take your phone calls....maybe.
Be sure to start your evening off right with @Bree_mars and @JoePrich followed by @Cnyr3bel hosting @RebelutionRadio and then little ole me <3
On August 28, 1963, hundreds of thousands descended upon our nation’s capital to make a stand against poverty and racial discrimination. The “March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom” went down in history as one of the most pivotal points of change in our country’s history. One of the most notable highlights of the march was a speech delivered by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., which later became known as the “I Have a Dream” speech. In it, Dr. King cast a spot light on the social, racial and financial injustices that had plagued “the negro” since they had been “made free” exactly 100 years ago, to the day, by the Emancipation Proclamation. This past August 28 marked the 50 anniversary of that historic day and King’s historic speech. A day that is credited with being one of the most significant events that brought about The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act in 1965. But today, 50+ years later, has the dream that so many marched, bled and died for come to fruition? Is the so-called “negro” really free? Have things changed for the better or have we squandered the inheritance of our elders and given ourselves over to a new slave master, sin? Join us, as we search the Holy Bible to interpret Dr. Martin Luther King’s dream
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"Racism is as American as apple pie" is the highly publicized quote from student activist Stokely Carmichael (later Kwame Toure) during the 1960s protest movement. As supporters of white police officer Darren Wilson collect money for his defense in the killing of unarmed black teen Michael Brown of Ferguson, Missouri, members of a white supremist hate group send out a message referring to Michael Brown as a "N-----r Thug" and praise the work of the Ferguson police department in killing him. For them, Darren Wilson is a hero. Racial hatred is as American as apple pie. But is it also a reflection of serious mental instability, an irrational fear that could prompt people to commit violent acts? Is it a condition to be isolated and treated, the way one treats those who suffer from schizoprenia or dementia, or any other mental illness that produces delusional thinking? Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. referred to the racist whites that threatened his life as "our sick white brethren." Those who are treated badly by sick racists often spend a lot of time trying to convince themselves that they are worthy of respect, rather than recognizing that the illness is within those who do not know how to respect others. A healthy mind has the capacity to recognize the good in others. A sick mind does not. Would you vote someone into office who suffered from paranoid schizophrenia and might become a serial killer? Then why allow those with the mental illness of racism to continue to get elected as mayors, appointed as police chiefs, or sit in courtrooms as judges? Should racism be identified and treated like a mental illness? If so, shouldn't the responsibility for removing mentally sick people from positions of authority rest on those who are mentally well?