The Mind Beneath the School

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Underground talk about the school system of Philadelphia, Pa. and its affect on the Afrikan children, teachers, parents, and the Philadelphia community

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I hear my students use it all the time in school. Not just Afrikans born in Amerikkka, but all my students. I have been making a conscious effort not to use it around family and friends myself. What is it about this word? We treat it... more

I have worked with many extraordinary people. Kelli Everett, whom I affectionately call "Mama E" is one of those on that short list. She is Director of Academic Enrichment at "Ask for Tutoring" her brainchild. I look forward to interviewing her... more

Jury Duty is complete and now I can voice my opinion. You don't want to miss this Afrikans. I will walk you through the jury process for the next 2 shows. This system was not intended to give us justice. We must be involved to give this... more

Tonite on the Mind Beneath the School Im starting a new series. "What does it mean to be Afrikan...The Process". I shall begin with "The Importance of Trustory..Do Your Own Research".Just me and my music tonite. Join me, call... more

Anthony Monteiro is a Distinguished Lecturer in African-American Studies and Associate Director of the Institute for the Study of Race and Social Thought at Temple University, where he teaches courses on African-American social and... more

Pam Africa is the head of International Concerned Friends and Family of Mumia Abu-Jamal, the Philadelphia-based organization at the center of the international movement seeking Abu-Jamal's release. She and Ramona Africa are also... more

This Tuesday will be an abbreviated edition of "The Mind Beneath the School". I will briefly go over this week's events and the up and coming guests that will appear on my show in October and November. I am truly blessed to have a line... more

On my next show I am honored to have one of Philadelphia's Afrocentric warriors Dr. Iya Adjua here with me to give her views on Philadelphia Public Education. Dr. Adjua is the current president, (Shenuti) of Afrocentricity International chapter in... more

I will air the interview I had with MK Asante author of the autobiography "BUCK" and the film documentary "500 Years". We will discuss his walk in the public school system and how this helped him in his journey to become a successful... more

Tonight's show will be dedicated to the information gathered from the Labor Day union meeting vote and the result of this closed meeting. I will have live interviews from PFT members and maybe a few words from PFT President Jerry Jordan.... more

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