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- 07/10/18--09:53: _Black Reality Think...
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- 09/12/18--14:05: _Sex Abuse and The B...
- 07/21/18--21:43: Why I don’t understand the black affluent class
- 07/23/18--12:21: Afrikan Perspectives With Dr Kokayi Patterson 7-23-2018
- 07/25/18--12:13: Afrikan Perspectives With Co-Host Frank Jones 7-25-2018
- 08/16/18--14:16: UP YOU MIGHTY RACE! YOU CAN ACHIEVE WHAT YOU WILL
- 08/16/18--15:14: PUTTING GARVEY’S PLAN IN ACTION
- 08/20/18--13:41: The Secret to Keeping Black Men Healthy? Maybe Black Doctors
- 09/12/18--14:05: Sex Abuse and The Black Family
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“Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 7/15/2018 at 7:00 PM, our guest was Psychotherapist, Author, Professor, Dr. Carlton Payne. The discussion centered around violence in the black community, and solutions to move our people forward.
The Black Reality Think Tank will feature one the great African American poets and writers of our time, Marvin X. Jackmon. Because of X’s affiliations with Black Panther activists of the day (Huey P. Newton, Bobby Seale and Eldridge Cleaver) and his work in Black theater with Ed Bullins, X is considered one of the […]
The black middle class is talking of values and civility as many Americans of colour continue to languish in poverty. by Donald Earl Collins Sen Cory Booker pauses while speaking at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US on July 25, 2016 It’s amazing how similar middle-class and well-positioned African Americans are to […]
By Richard Brody July 20, 2018 Ivan Dixon’s “The Spook Who Sat by the Door,” from 1973, displays the bedrock of racist attitudes and assumptions that renders racist policies both inescapable and irreparable. Photograph from Everett Ivan Dixon’s 1973 film, “The Spook Who Sat by the Door,” which is playing at Metrograph from Friday through […]
“Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 7/22/2018 at 7:00 PM our guests was Activist, President, Black Farmers and Agriculturalists Association-Memphis, Thomas Burrell and Activist, Farmer, Bishop David Hall. We learned more about the lawsuit filed by Black Farmers against the Stine seed company, for fake seeds being sold to our Farmers in the Black […]
We must address the issue of domestic violence in the African American community now. The Black Reality Think Tank will convene a panel of specialist from the Alma Center in Milwaukee. Using the best research available, the center has developed a group of core programs to support men who desire to live a more productive […]
Liberate the minds of men and ultimately you will liberate the bodies of men. Marcus Garvey On this past weekend 800 African American, Latino and Native American men led a peaceful march through the downtown area of Memphis, Tenn. These were religious men who were concerned about the level of violence, poverty and lack of […]
Liberate the minds of men and ultimately you will liberate the bodies of men. Marcus Garvey UP YOU MIGHTY RACE! YOU CAN ACHIEVE WHAT YOU WILL. On August 17, 2018, the African world will celebrate the 131st birthday of the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey. The Black Reality Think Tank will host the second part of […]
“Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 8/19/2018 at 7:00 PM (EST) 6:00 PM (CST) our guests was Texas Activists, Historians, Reginald Moore and Sam Collins II. The discussion centered around three decades of work by Mr. Moore lead to one of the discoveries of 95 bodies of our ancestors buried in a mass grave in […]
A scene from Bridgewater Interiors L.L.C., one of the “BE100s” (Image: Bridgewater Interiors) In many ways, 2017 proved to be both triumphant and bumpy for the nation’s largest black-owned businesses. Several companies on this year’s BE 100s had robust revenue growth. Others struggled with increased competition, customer retention, and setting themselves apart from larger mainstream […]
In an intriguing study, black patients were far more likely to agree to certain health tests if they discussed them with a black male doctor. Image Dr. ChaRandle Jordan was one of the doctors who participated in the study. “It’s something they don’t teach you in medical school — taking that extra step because you […]
By Deneen L. Brown The Washington Post Exhibition at the Hampton History Museum. The first documented Africans to arrive in the English-speaking colony of what would become Virginia, arrived in August 1619 on the “White Lion,” a Dutch man-of-war ship carrying enslaved cargo from the West Coast of Africa. The arrival of […]
The idea of the Pan African movement had begun in the late 19th century when many African diasporans started to connect with each other. Through their interactions, they realised a dying need to bridge the gap between African Diasporan civil right activists and educated Africans fighting for the freedom of colonised states and countries. Activists like W.E […]
“Time For An Awakening” for Sunday 9/02/2018 at 7:00 PM (EST) our guest was Founder of The Historic Black Towns and Settlements Alliance, Mr. Johnny Ford . More than 1200 Black settlements, and towns were established in the United States between the late eighteenth and early twentieth centuries, we learned about some of them, and the ones […]
This week’s guest on The Black Reality Think Tank is Bill Doggett a well respected published historian, archivist, and lecturer specializing in African American Performing Arts History. In 2015 Doggett was commissioned by The Recorded Sound Division of The Library of Congress to produce a project on Race and Early Sound Recordings for The National […]
A major focus of the Black Reality Think Tank involves supporting efforts to rebuild the Black Family. We have conducted several conversations in the past exploring issues and examining possible solutions that will support healing. Today’s conversation will examine the explosive impact of sexual abuse on the Black Family, individuals, and community. Today’s guest is Ms. A’sista […]