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Join us as we look into this age old notion that we as Oringal people are constantly accused for wrong doing even in death.
William Ryan coined the phrase "blaming the victim" in his 1971 book Blaming the Victim. In the book, Ryan described victim blaming as an ideology used to justify racism and social injustice against black people in the United States. Ryan wrote the book to refute Daniel Patrick Moynihan's 1965 work The Negro Family: The Case for National Action (usually simply referred to as the Moynihan Report). Moynihan had concluded that three centuries of horrible treatment at the hands of whites, and in particular the uniquely cruel structure of American slavery as opposed to its Latin American counterparts, had created a long series of chaotic disruptions within the black family structure which, at the time of the report, manifested itself in high rates of unwed births, absent fathers, and single mother households in black families. Moynihan then correlated these familial outcomes, which he considered undesirable, to the relatively poorer rates of employment, educational achievement, and financial success found among the black population. Moynihan advocated the implementation of government programs designed to strengthen the black nuclear family.
Are black people as a whole in a war in 2014? Have we made any progress as a people? What are our successes as a people? Is there a suc thing as Police Brutality? Are we hating on each other? do we suffer from the crab in a bucket mentality? What lessons can we learn from past history?
What about Ferguson, MO? What about Officer Darren Wilson? What about countless others? Are we a coward people?
Why are many blacks so passive? Do we carry willie lynch on today? We will discuss all these topics with special guest
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#BREAKINGNEWS Just confirmed JOSEPH SAULTER AA, BA, MA will be beating the digital drum today. As CEO he oversees gaming and development for Entertainment Arts Research, one of the first African American owned 3D Video Game companies! Call In, Ask and Share (646) 716-7994 or join in the chat.
Joseph is also an musician, actor and video game designer, co-founder of The Urban Video Game Academy, president of the DeKalb Council of the Arts, chairman of the Diversity Advisory Board at the International Game Developers Assoc and a full-time faculty member at the Art Institute of Atlanta in the field of audio production.
As the official radio broadcast of the Urban Tech Fair, from blog to radio, Jim Neusom brings to conversation some of the awesome, interesting, historical, and down right technical digital information he shares online...From people of color in Technology to S.T.E.A.M., latest tech trends and strategies that empower us and our communities.
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Today on The Brunch We will address police brutality, a lot of controversy has been on the police depts. in the united states, The question is Are they abusing their power ? Lets talk about the recent events involving police officers and unarmed me ... #ferguson, #savannah #losAngeles #utah #newyork
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Tonight we will look at the assault on blacks in America. We will exsplore the hidden agendas and hand behind this plan. Every second our brothers and sister are being beating and killed by law enforcement. Also,were to look at the violence being exsposed in the media and there secret agenda aswell. Join us at 6pm ct 7pm et for Mo Light Radio Bro.Anthony El and Meshiha Ras Hu co host as we go in Family open line
It's almost a given that after truly studying the relationship between the Asian proprietors have with the Black community that there has existed a tension that was born out of a definite disrespect.
This sense of disrespect was doled out in abundance to the very people to whom the Asian businessman has profited greatly from.
Sure, the answer is for those who are treated as scum to build their own economic system in order to uplift themselves up and away from depending on anyone who considers them not to be worthy of respect.
But in many cases this attitude from the Asian business people who get their riches from what is garnered from Black support has only increased because they seem to feel that no matter how Blacks are treated by them that they will still bring their hard earned money to them each and every time.
Not only is this arrogance displayed to the consumer, but it is also inflicted on those who actually work for them to help them get to that envied place of financial freedom that has been the benchmark of the American Dream.
Most Asians who have rooted their businesses in the Black community know that many are waking up to the condescending attitude of these people and have begun to back away from bringing their dollars to support them when they can do business with their own people.
.......because the bottom line is how many of these Asians bring THEIR money to support Black businesses?
Everyone supports their own, but the modern day Black man and woman seems to be so caught up in the mental delusion that everyone will support them back the way that they've always brought their money to others.
Listen to this very real situation and understand why the time is NOW to WAKE UP!
Support Your Own!
Hell! They do!
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Concluding our series tonight with a discussion on the collective list of hardships imposed upon Black America and its relationship to a healthy and profitable capitalistic dominant society. From economic budget cuts to exaggerated criminal sentences, is this a blueprint for profit by systematic erasure of Black America? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Understanding the Phenomenon
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More Black Athletes have been in the news recently for “abusive actions”
From The Ravens Ray Rice to Cardinals’ Jonathan Dwyer (domestic abuse) Adrian Peterson (child abuse)
To punish or protect
Michael Vick Harassment
Is the media painting a picture to justify the killings of unarmed people such as Eric Garner?
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American Vernacular presents Black Man Down: The Killing of Michael Brown and the Souls of Black People. This episode takes an unflinching look at the spike in killings of unarmed Black men and women by police in America, the public's indifference to it and the rising cost of it to taxpayers. Does this emotional disconnect highlight a different form of racism in Anglo-Americans that runs far deeper than we're willing to admit and how does a civilized society overcome that? We will also discuss the militarization of police departments, including the use of drones on American citizens, and what this potentially means to your righs under the U.S Constitution. Tune in and join the conversation at 619-768-2924
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Despite the severe impact of the Great Recession, Blacks’ economic clout continues to energize the U.S. consumer market. The Selig Center estimates that the nation’s Black buying power will continue its dramatic rise — $316 billion in 1990 to $600 billion in 2000, to $947 billion in 2010–to $1,038 billion in 2012, and a projected $1,307 billion in 2017.
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