• KINGS IN THE MORNING/News/Bill Cosby/Racism & Slavery/Who We Are/WILD WEDNESDAY

    in Radio

    Gather around your radio to get the ultimate in broadcasting on the Internet. Multiple flavors, complicated situations, entertainment, information and comedy of all sorts with KINGS IN THE MORNING.  This show has been going strong for over 3 years and remains the most listened to show consistantly.  Here we go, talking about who shot who and why, what's with politics today, is Obama doing a good job?  347-205-9366.  Should immigrants get a free pass?  And where are the reparations for the Black man in America?  Why can't we talk about race in one breath and create comedic events in the others?  Interviews, conversation, and more.


    And immediately following KINGS IN THE MORNING is WILD WEDNESDAYS with Johnny Davis.  He has an assortment of blends and presentations that will rock your world, gently, or jazzly - Drifting back with crates of electricty.  Are you ready for mental expansion?  WILD WEDNESDAYS will serve you suave - 347-205-9366.

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    NMEMINDZ: The Willie Lynch Letter

    in Education

    Please join Professor Griff & ZaZa Ali this Tuesday, December 23rd as we dive into "The Willie Lynch Letter - The Making of a Slave". Was the letter a falsity, created by the CIA? Is it a fraud? Lastly, is the behavior real & were the techniques utilized by slave masters during slavery? The call in # 347-633-9644. 8pm EST / 5pm PST. Peace!
     

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    AmongstFriends: Mental Health in the Black Community

    in Entertainment

    Amongst Friends is a group of friends who get together to discuss the everyday nuances of life.  We talk about it all.  Love, Sex, Politics, TV, Movies, Education, Religion & Sports!  Nothing is too taboo for this crew. This show will make you laugh, scream, gasp, think, wonder, and respond. Come chat with us for a spell and LET IT ALL HANG OUT. Join us every Wednesday night @8pm and be Amongst Friends!!!

  • 00:59

    American Vernacular Political Hodge Political

    in Politics Progressive

    American Vernacular is a 60-minute, public affairs problem that discusses the political, economic, social and cultures issues facing our nation from an urban and secular perspective.  Each Monday we feature Political Hodge Podge as we tackle the hot button topics of the day.


    As part of our belief that all people should be heard, AV presents "Everyday People" where we invite someone from the public to be our guest opine on any subject they like, uncensored and unedited. Freedom of speech for all! Musician-turned-journalist Sandra Booker, and affectionately known as "America's favorite angry, black woman" hosts this hard-hitting and no holds barred show. Tune in and join the conversation with the nation. 3:00PM PT, Monday - Friday. Visit us on line at www.americanvernacular.org


    American Vernacular is urban radio for urban people, progressive radio for progressive people and radio for we the people. 



    American Vernacular is produced for the Booker Group. © 2014 All Rights Reserved. 

  • Did racism cause slavery, or did slavery cause racism? -Medical Slavery -

    in Current Events

    The Western cultural construct of human rights provides inherent and inalienable rights to all, regardless of culture and tradition . I came to this conclusion because of the fact medical assault exists. How does suppression tie everything together in the states ? Good question . I have some thoughts on the matter - I want to hear yours. Discussion of the #CDCwhistleblower will happen .  Why does he (Dr. WIlliam Thompson ) matter so much in our culteral paradigm so much now ? Let us discuss - call in 646 716 7259 . All calls taken - All voices hold value .

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    On Christmas Eve 1855, Couple's Bold Strike For Freedom, Commandeered Arsenal!

    in Education

    On Christmas Eve 1855, Barnaby Grigsby and his wife Mary Elizabeth, took the slaver's best team of horses and his carriage, packed it with knives and guns, and fled slavery. Grigsby and Elizabeth were married.


    William Still was the Black abolitionist from Philadelphia who was described by the New York Times as "The Father of the Underground Railroad". He commissioned Harriet Tubman's rescue missions. This famous abolitionist literally wrote the Underground Railroad book. The book which explained the story, narratives often in the words of the participants in the effort to escape slavery.


    Click to Listen To The Gist of Freedom is pleased to present to you "The Bold Strike For Freedom" an excerpt from William Still's Book, The Underground Railroad with guest Erik Estep!

  • 01:33

    MINORITIES INTERACTIONS WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT!!!!

    in Environment

    MINORITIES INTERACTIONS WITH LAW ENFORCEMENT!!!! We will be disscusing the treatment of blacks from slavery to now.

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    SpokenHeard with Maximus Parthas and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Maximus Parthas (Born in 1964 in Paterson, NJ) is a Modern Day Abolitionist, Activist, Spoken Word Artist, and Mentor. He is a visionary who doesn’t mind speaking his mind and facing the ugly truths of modern day slavery head-on via the use of public platforms such as social media, broadcast radio, spoken word poetry, and videography. Parthas endeavors to enlighten and educate his audiences by gifting them with poetic images that leave them searching for truth.

    His “In your face” honesty and passion act as a double edged sword that will force you to open your eyes and see the world for what it is (minus the rose-colored glasses); especially when it comes to the topic of Modern Day Slavery and the Prison Industrial System. He has won numerous awards, accolades and is a well-respected in the Spoken Word Industry both nationally and internationally. He has appeared on stage with poetry giants, Emmy, Peabody and Grammy award winner(s), Hollywood Actors and Hip-Hop artists alike. His work has appeared in anthologies, CDs, and numerous publications.
    Maximus Parthas currently lives resides in Columbia, SC.

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. In this program we will feature our regular PANW reports some of which address the shooting deaths of two New York City police officers as well as other issues. In the second hour there is an examination of the colonization and enslavement of Native and African peoples in the western hemisphere focusing on Spain and Britain. The final hour features a lecture by documentary historian Eric Foner discussing the deep and systematic role of racism and slavery in the development of the United States and the role of the abolitionist movement in the early to mid 19th century.

  • From the Front Porch with Professor Carl Tone Jones

    in Culture

    A detailed look into the plight of the African Diaspora here in America and throughout the world.


    Upon obtaining his Master's Degree in Social Studies-Citizenship, Jones worked vigorously in the Philadelphia Public School system. As a professor, he also teaches courses in the area of Community Leadership and Humanities. An accomplished lecturer, writer and public speaker, Jones has become a beacon of hope within the community as he strives to continue his focus concerning the improvement of the socio-economic and political conditions of the African born Americans as well as descendants of the African Diaspora. He continues to work with at-risk youths helping them to develop and utilize critical thinking skills through his workshops and lectures.  This show will explore the issues of our times as we continue to expose the obstacles in our way of cultural, political and socio-economical liberation from the clutches of systemic racism white supremacy. As Dr. Neely Fuller once stated, "If you do not understand white supremacy everything else you know will only serve to confuse you."

  • 01:19

    Chief Langley Returns with Part II- Indian Slavery & Racial Reclassification

    in Education

    Chief Langley Continues with Part II of Indian slavery and Colonial Racial Reclassification of Indian People.  Writing Indian Tribes out of history. Indian slave raids and slaving wars. Follow the slave trades and Chief Langley takes you on the Trans Atlantic, South Pacific and the Middle Passage Slave Routes. Learn the Rice, Sugar, Cotton, Indigo and Tobacco corps trade.   Slaves the occuplied plantations,  Who, What, Where and When, Chief Langley discuss the genealogy of three indian sisters that married three of three races.  Chief talks the importance of knowning ones own history. Learning to research beyond the walls of time. crossing the rivers of understanding.  Living beyond hope.  Remembering your oral stories and using them as road maps to navigate through time.  Breaking the silents of ancestor secrets.  Whose who in your family tree.  Gettaway from the nonsense. Bringing life to hope.  who was speaking in tongue and what were they saying. Indian culture and spiritual practices inside the Colored Methodish and A.M.E. Church. Studying and understanding burial practices.   Communicating with your ancestors beyond the walls of death. 

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