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Dr. Lila Robinson hosts Kevin D. Barnes, Sr., father of three young black men, and pastor of the Abyssinian Missionary Baptist Church, in Oakland, CA, shows African-American fathers and mothers how to do something that they have been struggling to do -- successfully raise young black men. This book will show parents how to guide their sons through every stage, from infancy to manhood. If you are trying to raise young black men, or know someone who is, Listen Live as we discuss living and raising
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Special Guest: Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Ph.D. is the Director of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture and a former associate professor of history at Indiana University. Dr. Muhammad's book The Condemnation of Blackness: Race, Crime, and the Making of Modern Urban America, published by Harvard University Press, won the 2011 John Hope Franklin Best Book award in American Studies. He is now working on his second book, Disappearing Acts: The End of White Criminality in the Ag
TO NIGHT ITS ABOUT STAYING FOCUS AND EDUCATION .AND IF MY PARENTS ONLY KNEW? SO HAVE YOUR YOUNG PEOPLE CALL IN TONGHT, ON CANNON ON FIRE. 7-9PM 347 843 4212 ALL ABOUT MOTIVATING THE YOUTH TO GO GET IT, TO BE STRONG, AND GET ON FIRE FOR EDUCATION . BUT YOU HAVE TO CALL IN TO BE ON LIVE. 347 843 4212
Case after case we have seen many of our black youth being murdered and killed in some form or fashion either by their own race or by the hands of a white man. What is it about these young black men that the world fears? We'll discuss that on tonight's episode. Hope you will join us.
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After spending five years on death row for a crime he did not commit, Omowale Ketu Oladuwa transformed himself to become a scholar, writer, prolific poet and Master of traditional Afrikan drumming. With over 25 years of community activism he has served as mentor and surrogate father to dozens of young Black men and women. Join me as we discuss his incredible journey to elder-ship and his views on the current state of Black Men.
CareGiverStory.com is proud to interview as our special guest The Reverend Kevin D. Barnes, Sr. Dr. Barnes was born and raised in Donaldsonville, Louisiana. He is married to the lovely Brenda Barnes and is the father of three sons, Kevin Jr., Keith, and Kenneth Barnes, and grandfather of five. Dr. Barnes received his license to preach in 1986, attended Bay City Bible Institute, and the Sacramento Theological Seminary Bible College where he received his B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. He was
ASA Family, please tune in as the Young gods discuss Black on Black violence.. You will hear from a youth perspective what it's like to grow up seeing your peers murdered, gang violence, feeling unsafe in their communities and much more,, Join in the conversation or be a part of the listening audience... CALL IN # 347-857-4514 also via www.blogtalkradio.com/hereafterisnow
Please join Vida Starr & Emelyne Thursday 5:00PM PST/7:00PM CST/8:00 EST as they discuss domestic violence in the black community. There will be a panel of women discussing this extremely important topic along with paying homage to someone we knew who just lost her life to domestic violence.
A very near and dear friend was killed last night by her husband in a murder-suicide. Angelina was a good woman and good mother whose life was cut brutally short, but we want to help her three orphaned children however we can. All of the money raised will go towards the children's educations. A donation of any amount or simply spreading the word is invaluable. Thank you. ~Emelyne
Chris Lighty. Don Cornelius. Lee Thompson Young. These are just a few well known names of black men that have recently committed suicide. They are not alone.
The CDC reported in 2010, suicide among young black males ages 15-24 was the 3rd leading cause of death, and black men are five times more likely to take their lives than black women.
Join us on this upcoming episode as welcome the producing and directing team of "Face of Darkness", a documentary focused on raising the awareness of depression in black males. Squeaky Moore and K.T. Nelson will discuss what inspired them to create this film, as well as how we can bring help to the hopeless.
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