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Featured Blog Posts – February 2011 Archive (6)

The Importance of Creating a Black Talk Radio Network for the Global Black Community

“Celebrating what would’ve been Dr Martin Luther King‘s 82cd birthday and in doing so we should all be mindful of the power of his words. We should be mindful of King’s words as we continue to dialogue about what sort of responsibility those who speak to the public have especially via broadcast medium.



In 1967, Dr. King delivered a rare and powerful speech in Atlanta to NATRA (National Association of Television and Radio Announcers). The members of this important African American… Continue

Added by Scotty Reid on February 25, 2011 at 1:19am — 4 Comments

The African Union May Send Troops To Libya





By Scotty Reid



The African Union has condemn the violent crackdown on protestors seeking regime change in the north African nation of Libya which has been ruled by Muammar al-Gaddafi, since he rose to power through a military coup in 1969.



After popular movements overturned the governments of Dictators in Tunisia and Egypt, both of which borders Libya…
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Added by Scotty Reid on February 24, 2011 at 7:27pm — No Comments

Black Talk Radio Yesterday, Today & Beyond

Black Talk Radio Yesterday, Today & Beyond



What is Black Talk Radio? Quite simply it is a phrase that has been around since the first radio station was created that featured Black disk Jockey’s spinning records featuring Black Music artist primarily for a Black listening audience.



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According to Urban Radio Nation:





“America's first black radio station with an all Black on- air staff that programmed Black…
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Added by Scotty Reid on February 20, 2011 at 8:35pm — No Comments

Independent Online Black Radio Stations



blacktalkradiobaby@gmail.com



New media technology has afforded an opportunity for Black online radio producers to create online Radio stations through collaboration. This is an opportunity for meaningful voices discussing meaningful topics to be heard by wider audiences and an opportunity to bring meaningful music to the masses in an effort to eliminate the economic and mental control that corporations hold over Black people.



As written in the…
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Added by Scotty Reid on February 20, 2011 at 5:30am — No Comments

Fredrick Douglass was not Your Modern Day Black Republican - Black History





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Fredrick Douglass was born a slave, educated himself, freed himself and went on to become one of the greatest African-American freedom fighters. He used his intellect to outsmart slavers and was a part of the Underground Railroad which worked to help fugitive enslaved Africans escape to the north and freedom.



Fredrick Douglass was also associated with the Abolitionist movement and it was Douglass who… Continue

Added by Scotty Reid on February 18, 2011 at 5:34pm — No Comments

Robert Williams - Negroe with a Gun - Black History



photo: John H. Williams/ITVS



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As Africa and Arab nation rebel against their oppressors, some, not many, are asking if the black community is prepared to rebel against the oppression, enslavement and brutality that it still faces in America. Right wing extremist and their House Negroes continue to assault the Black community with coded and not so coded racist propaganda. They are openly hostile to a black President who has…
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Added by Scotty Reid on February 16, 2011 at 9:30am — No Comments

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