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Our purpose is to offer shows involving education for a higher consciousness. We provide topics that impact your life. This is not your typical radio show; we seek comprehensive understanding through group discussion. Join Robert Williams and Clarence Holman Sunday and Wednesday night for talk radio 9pm CST.

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African Americans feel nothing has changed since the early 60's. They remain at the bottom of the social and economic well in America. In fact, we have for centuries attempted to become equal to our white counterpart. Nonetheless,... more

Trumpenstein is purposely killing himself with fear. He's afraid of the fire of politics and has begun too exit stage left. Join us as we discuss the pathetic soon to be former president candidate suicide.

The controversy remains that All Lives should matter in our society. Nonetheless, African, Latinos Native Americans remain at the bottom of the well. Derrick Bell once said, ?Few whites are ready to actively promote civil rights for... more

The omision of our Afrikan history in the curriculum of the United States educational system has affected whites as much as it has affected the so African American. They are completely ignortant to the greatness of Africa and the... more

Do The White Thing:Help Stop Racism , by having open and honest dialogue and consider the fact that the plague of racism is real. Police brutality is nothing new it has been happenings since the orgination was established, don't be blinded by... more

In the event of my Demise when my heart can beat no more I hope I die for a principle or a belief that I had lived 4 I will die before my time Because I feel the shadow's depth so much I wanted 2 accomplish Before I reached my death I... more

"Simply put, Blacks people must look at everything from a dual standpoint, rather than a singular one. (I suppose this logic probably also works with women, especially black or nonwhite women. Or gay people. Or transgender people.... more

The Invisible Dragon presents social investigators Clarence Holman and Robert Williams. Join the discussion on topics from the NBA Championship, Orlando Shooting, Donald Trump, and much more. We're delighted to have you call in... more

." In William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, this quote is used as a way to argue that the names of things do not matter, only what things "are". The "Black" community has undergone numerous cultural and social evolutions to be where... more
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