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  • 02:03

    Countering the Conspiracy Against Black Males

    in Culture

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    This episode Global Peeks looks at the state of the Black male and some counter moves against the onslaught against the life and future of the Black male. We sit down with Houston based activist and coummunity organizer Deric Muhammad. Mr. Muhammad is an author and convenor of 'Smart'N Up!' Black Male Summit to be held May 21, 2016 in Houston TX.


    You can learn about Mr. Muhammad at www.dericmuhammad.com. and RSVP the Summit

  • 01:35

    DNR Radio 178 - Real World Afrikans

    in Politics

    On the next episode of DNR, we talk about ourplace in this world. Our reality we live in. The Double identity of African and so called American. Knowing the self and the pressures of being African or black. All this and much much more. Tune in!

  • 02:21

    O YE DRYBONES : Is the Black CON-scious Movement DEAD OR ALIVE ? AFTER 30YRS

    in Current Events

    ONE OF THE MOST TROUBLESOME FACTS IN THE STUDY OF
    history over very long periods of times, such as several centuries, is that a truth may slowly emerge, period after period, until it clearly forms itself into a truth impregnable, a fact nowhere explicitly stated as such in the mass of data covered. As one continues to move on down through the centuries, countless events and situations may continue to make supporting additions to what has already been established as an unassailable fact. Yet that truth may be so repugnant, so utterly void of any rational or intelligent reason for its existence that hardly any historian would wish to state it in his work.Dr. Chancellor Williams {1974}(1)  "The last recession has had a severe and disproportionate impact on African Americans and minority communities," according to Marc H. Morial, president of the National Urban League.(2) In its January 2004 report on black unemployment, the Urban League found that the double-digit unemployment rates in the 14 months from late 2002 through 2003 were the worst labor market for African Americans in 20 years.(3)The term "deindustrialization" came into everyday use in the 1970s, when a wave of plant closings changed the employment landscape. From 1966 to 1973, corporations moved over a million American jobs to other countries. Even more jobs moved from the Northeast and Midwest to the South, where unions were scarce and wages lower. New York City alone lost 600,000 manufacturing jobs in the 1960s.(4) The article discusses the loss of close to nine million acres of land by Blacks in the U.S. since 1910 mostly due to ignorance and deception from whites. Legal and financial assistance to rural Black landholders are provided by the Emergency Land Fund (ELF). Over 130 cooperatives across the South have been set up by the Federation of Southern Cooperatives (FSC).

  • 00:44

    Sunday's Message: Christ's Supremacy Far Above Principalities & Powers

    in Lifestyle

    Join us on the broadcast for Sunday's Message entitled: "Christ's Supremacy Far Above Principalities & Powers. Tune in and be blessed.

  • 02:38

    debunking of the Coptic language pt 4

    in Culture

    Coptic literature is the body of writings in the Coptic language of Egypt, the last stage of the indigenous Egyptian language. It comprises mostly Christian texts dating after the 2nd century AD, but also includes Old Coptic writings that predate the Christian era. There have been only a few attempts to comprehensively present Coptic literature[1] Religious literature Edit The writings of Anthony the Great, Pachomius and Shenouda the Archimandrite are among the earliest examples of Egyptian Christian literature in Coptic. Shenouda was a popular religious leader who made extensive use of his native Coptic tongue instead of Greek as was the custom during his time. This led to an increase in the use of Coptic and its standardization as a literary language. Most Coptic literature was written in the Sahidic dialect until about the 11th century AD.[2] The earliest original writings in Coptic language were the letters by St. Anthony of Egypt, first of the “Desert Fathers.” During the 3rd and 4th centuries many ecclesiastics and monks wrote in Coptic. The first Pope of Alexandria to write in both Coptic and Greek was Pope Athanasius. Much Coptic literature is now lost, as the Copts began to use Arabic. Texts such as the Apocalypse of Samuel of Kalamoun deplore the loss of Coptic; but are themselves now only extant in Arabic.

  • 01:43

    Bump Radio With Ya Girl L.A. Drena

    in Music

    Tune in tonight as L.A.Drena Goes Live with Lil Whit of Full Bred ENT Promoting Hot  2 disc CD 2 disc mixtape/album entitled Self Centered Spinning Hot Independent Artist And interviews,Hot Out of the Box TABOO topics RIP AFENI SHAKUR 


    How would you decribe AFeni Shukur and Why?

  • 01:57

    THE SUPREMACY OF THE KING JAMES 1611 AUTHORIZED VERSION HOLY BIBLE

    in The Bible

    We live in a world over 350 different versions of the Bible, and they all have one thing in common. They are all different and in conflict with each other. The King James Bible is the one that all other versions are compared to, and rightly so. On this episode of Rightly Dividing, we conduct an honest and thoughtful comparison between the King James Bible and many of today's popular "best sellers". The results will surprise you, and in many cases shock you. Do YOU have the words that God wrote? Find out by tuning in!


    STUDY GUIDE: THE KING JAMES AV 1611 BIBLE VS. THE NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION


    "The words of the LORD are pure words: as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times. Thou shalt keep them, O LORD, thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever." Psalm 12:6,7 (KJV)


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  • 03:00

    SBPM-ATL Dr. Phil Valentine Black Athletes New Playbook Metaphysics

    in Politics

    Black Athletes Need  A New Strategy To Fight White Supremacy. Is It METAPHYSICS 


    NBA Playoffs 1st Round Recap


    Kentucky Derby (What Happen to All The Black Jockeys)


    NFL Draft, How Many Black Athletes will Hit It Big


    Bow Tie Fashion Honors Black Baseball Players


    Which Black Athlete Should Be Put On The $20 Dollar bill 

  • 02:05

    Lil Kim, Colorism, Self Hatred and White Supremacy/Did Prince Have A Will

    in Culture

    Listen to the podcast “Lil Kim, Colorism, Self Hatred and White Supremacy/Did Prince Have A Will” from “The Michael Imhotep Show”, Wednesday, April 27th, 2016


    Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com and for the podcasts.


    1) We did a recap of the Tuesday primaries in 5 States. What's next for Sen. Bernie Sanders?  2) Hip Hop Artist Lil Kim recently posted Instagram photos that were unrecognizable.  We dealt with Colorism, Self Hatred and the Effects of White Supremacy.  3) Tyka Nelson, Prince's Sister said to her knowledge, he did not have a will.  What does this mean for his $300 million empire?  4. Detroit you win a National Chess Title. 5) This date in African American History.


    Visit www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com for DVDs by Michael Imhotep and documentaries like "Hidden Colors", "Out of Darkness" and "Resurrecting Black Wallstreet The Blueprint".


    https://www.facebook.com/events/1085860484803893/


    BALTIMORE: FREE EVENT - Sat. April 30th, 2016, 6:00pm-10:00pm Reality Speaks Of Solviaz Nation Event presents a presentation by Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network, "Redistributing The Pain: How African Americans Historically Fought Back With Economic Boycotts & Cooperative Economics".  Pleasant Hope Baptist Church, 430 East Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, MD 21212

  • 01:48

    Lil Kim, Colorism, Self Hatred/Prince, Activism and Dr. John Henrik Clarke

    in Culture

    Listen to a Special Broadcast of The Michael Imhotep Show, Sat. April 30th., 11am-1pm EST with host Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network on Blog Talk Radio. We will also broadcast on Facebook LIVE. Visit our Facebook FanPage "The African History Network" to watch LIVE at https://www.facebook.com/The-African-History-Network-186625219983/. 


    1) Hip Hop Artist Lil Kim recently posted Instagram photos that were unrecognizable.  We dealt with Colorism, Self Hatred and the Effects of White Supremacy. Lil Kim is suffering from low self esteem. We have to protect our daughters from this type of behavior. 2) Harriet Tubman is going to be the new face of the $20 Bill. Is this a good thing since African American Women are devalued in this society?  We'll discuss why this is a slap in the face to African American Women. 3) Since Prince passed on April 21st, 2016 a lot of information has come out about his humanitarianism, philanthropy and knowledge of history. We discuss Prince being Unapologetically Black, studying Dr. John Henrik Clarke and more.  4) This date in African American History - Muhammad Ali refuses the draft.


    http://theafricanhistorynetwork.net/Events


    BALTIMORE: FREE EVENT - Sat. April 30th, 2016, 6:00pm-10:00pm Reality Speaks Of Solviaz Nation presents a presentation by Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network, "Redistributing The Pain: How African Americans Historically Fought Back With Economic Boycotts & Cooperative Economics".  Pleasant Hope Baptist Church, 430 East Belvedere Ave., Baltimore, MD 21212

  • 01:05

    The Armageddon Diaries Vol.1 Pt.2

    in Current Events

    This is Volume 1 Pt.2 of our series titled "The Armageddon Diaries"- This show is a continuation of our last show, but goes further into details on the current state of economic, political, geopolitical, & cultural affairs globally. We will examine a host of issues and get right down to the "why's", When's" ,"Where's" ,"hows". We will also connect this to prophecy and show you the workings of God in all of these things that are now unfolding in America and around the world.- We hope that you join us and tune in!