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In this episode, Historian and Social Analyst, Jason Richardson and Dr. Rick Wallace Ph.D., a leading thinker in theology and psychology, will examine the current state of the black family in America and the impact it has had on the plight of Black America in general. The show will cover a number of subtopics, including:
The emasculation of the black male image
The exodus of black men from the home
The role that black women have played in the emasculation of black men
The massive impact that the devastation of the black family nucleus has had on black youth.
The impact that colonization and slavery has taken on the black psyche and its subsequent impact on the black family internationally and here in America
Finances in the black home
The excessively high divorce rate among blacks
The decrease in the amount of black marriages.
The primary objective of this show is to identify and engage the enigmatic issues that are plaguing the black family, and presenting solutions that are both, preventative and reactionary. Both Rick and Jason have developed a reputation for shooting straight from the hip, and their unique styles have proven highly effective in garnering the attention of many families who are looking for a better way.
Tune in for a powerful and enlightening show.
I was that guy who ran through countless of women and didn’t care about the carnage I walked away from, until karma came knocking at my door and refused to leave until I answered.
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The one thing that will awaken a man, as the one I’m writing about, is pain. Through my heartache, I found my passion and purpose to push others forward.
The moment I laid down my will and selfish desires. I gained my life back.
Be EPIC and know I don’t regret not one pain sent out. That pain, along with my own pain, has helped thousands. If I’ve pushed one, I’ve pushed a million. Stay encouraged
Ever wonder why it seems that Black women carry the brunt of our community issues rather than the Black man. We'll answer that question and more on this segment.
Real Life w/Real Talk invites you to join us for Season 4! With hosts D. Smith, Yarima Karama and Real Talk Tiff, get ready to go deeper than we've EVER gone before! Brace yourselves for Real Conversations with Real People! RLwRT is ALWAYS Real Talk!!!
Join us in a candid discussion about the Black family Father with special guest, Auther David Perdue!
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What is it about s*x that will make a man potentially give up his wife, his children, his home, his family, possibly even his friends?
Join us on The Legacy of a Nation - Joshua Generation Network Radio - every Wednesday night at 9:30 pm as we discuss the different aspects of living Black in America.
Joshua Generation supports The King's Town Family Foundation & Trust, a conglomerate network of individuals and business owners who come to the table for love, support, teaching, exploration, and a spirit of learning how to use our past as Black Americans as leverage to gauge and guide our futures.
We know our history, let's get to know our future like we never have before.
This Network is a teaching tool with an emphasis on removing toxic relationships like white racism and black self-hatred from our minds, hearts, families, neighborhoods, and cultures and moving forward into more holistic Black relationships. We can no longer afford to beat one another down and entrap each other over white assimilation and deviant behaviors in this American society, and if we cannot relearn love and trust and respect of one another, we have no hope of survival. None whatsoever.
Moreso than black unity, the bottom line is Black Family and Black Trust, keep and care ... all that family has ever stood for in the history of mankind.
Our ancestors were The Moses Generation, we are The Joshua Generation.
It does seems that Black people put up with more in politics than do their white or other counterparts. Today we explore this. we must talk about the power of the tribe and the power and influence of tribal leaders. We will also explore the lack of expected respected and the cultural beatdown the liberal left has exacted on Black America that give the tribal leaders carte blanc to say anything in any manner they wish to their Black constituents.
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