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Often times I hear that Black people(specifically Black Americans/African-Americans) continues to suffer TODAY, because we don't know our culture, being that everything was stripped away from us during slavery. I also hear that slavery CURRENTLY, plays a part in Black men and women socially and economically, I.E. marriage, parenting, unity, support of each other etc. Although slavery(physical sense) has officially been abolished since roughly 1865, do you think it's possible for it to be having an impact? If so, how?
This thinking is interesting because, post-slavery has been some of the most prominent times for Blacks. Families were together, Black businesses were booming, and they were supported by other Blacks, HBCU's were being founded, musical content was more uplifting and empowering, organizations like The Civil Rights, The NAACP, Black Panthers, Women's Suffrage Group etc, were formed. If slavery has that much of an impact on our social and economic status TODAY, why didn't it affect the people of the early 1900's-mid 1900's in the same way?
Please join us tonight as the hosts from TRU RADIO Network come together and join #BLKGOP and Ms. Shell to cover the issue of cell phone slavery. Like it or not people the vast majority of us are slaves to our cell phones and at this moment in time there's no escaping that sad reality.
THEN as we slowly make our way to a hard and honest conversation about ISIS soon we need to cover the hits and misses from the United States of Americas side in the War On Terror.
As usual this is another difficult conversation that must happen. We will see you soon!
Join us as we discuss the Prison Industrial Complex, the Sports Industry and their connection to Black enslavement in North America. Featuring exclusive an exclusive interview with a famous superstar professional athlete. Hosted by Khalifah Muhammad and Michael 6X.
Join 'Africa On The Move' as we speak 'truth to power' on the theme: '21st Century Slavery: The Future of Humanity.' Join us by dialing in on Sunday, April 26, 2015 at 7pm on phone line 323-679-0841, or join us online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/africa-on-the-move
Human trafficking is the modern form of slavery, with illegal smuggling and trading of people, for forced labor or sexual exploitation.
Trafficking is officially defined as: the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring, or receipt of persons by means of coercion, abduction, fraud, deception, or abuse of power of a position of vulnerability for the purpose of exploitation. Human trafficking is not synonymous with forced migration or smuggling.
In the U.S., human trafficking tends to occur around international travel-hubs with large immigrant populations, notably California and Texas. The U.S. Justice Department estimates that 17,500 people are trafficked into the country every year, but the true figure could be higher, because of the large numbers of undocumented immigrants. Those being trafficked include young children, teenagers, men and women and can be domestic citizens or foreign nationals. According to the Department of State's statistics from 2000, there are approximately 244,000 American children and youth that are at risk for sex trafficking each year. Of these children and youth, 38,600 were originally runaways.
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Stella Antley of The Slave Holding Me and Sidney Davis interview tonight Thursday April 30, 2015, 8pm, with host Lesley Gist on the "Gist of Freedom" Blog Radio Program Dial-in 347-324-5552. www.blackhistoryblog.com www.blackhistoryUniversity.com
Will be bringing attention to the Permanent Memorial to Honour the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade at the United Nations unvieling and future plans for its dedication and related issues. We invite you to join the discussion.
Why do people blame THE HOLY BIBLE for slavery in America ?
Most children in America are taught that racial equality began in the United States with the abolition of slavery through the passage of the 13th Amendment 150 years ago. What children are not taught is that there is an exception to that freedom, and the fact that America imprisons more of its population than any other country in the world makes it a very relevant one.
The one statistic that drives home just how much slavery is not a thing of the past is the fact that there are currently more Black men under the control of the American criminal justice system than what were enslaved in 1850. With so many citizens caught in the jaws of the "system", the new Jim Crow of mass incarceration has managed to create life in the nightmare that has become justice in America.
What is the "New Jim Crow"?
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Freddie Gray & The Science of Black "Riots" in America from Slavery to Baltimore - DR. ALLI MUHAMMAD
JUSTICE FOR FREDDIE GRAY SPECIAL SERIES
The scientific History, Reasons, Roots, Psychology & Origins Of Black-African Slavery Rebellions ("Riots") - A Complete History of ("Race") Riots In AmeriKKKa
Dr. Alli Muhammad CGIC-RBPP goes deep into the sciences and history of riots and rebellions in America and the Black-African role and involvement in them. The psychology of "burning" and "looting" and the ongoing struggle for freedom and repair of oppressed people! "REMEMBER WE MOVED FROM ONE-PLANTATION TO ANOTHER, ARE HOLOCAUST VICTIMS WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED REPAIR (REPARATIONS)..." Dr. Alli Muhammad CGIC-RBPP
Baba Osagyefo Olugbala Revolutionary Goon, General Dr. Alli Muhammad M.S., PhD, MD AKA "Super Nigga". Fights for us on many battlefields he is our BOLD REVOLUTIONARY BLACK POWER WARRIOR GENERAL. Dr. Alli Muhammad is the Chief-General-In-Command of the RBPP, the General in Command of the Black Race, Community, Nation and movement. BLACK POWER!!!!!!
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the topic of "Mortgage Slavery". We bsleive that if more people knew about the history of mortgages and their relationship to slavery (past and present) the typical mortgage holder of today would elect NOT to get involved with having any type of "institutional funding" for their private residence,
We shall discuss today:
History of mortages
Alternatives to institutional funding.
Reverse Mortgages and how to pay them off.
Feel free to call in an ask any questions or give us your comments.
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