Counter-racist Evolving Engineer (cree)

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Sinopsis

For all persons who wish to evolve the will AND/OR ability to eradicate the SYSTEM of racism (Anti-Blackness).

Episodios

  • Book Discussion: Josh Wickett and CREE on The Rising Tide of Color

    Book Discussion: Josh Wickett and CREE on "The Rising Tide of Color"

    22/01/2016 Duración: 02h47min

    In Memorium of Dr. Frances Cress Welsiing:  March 18, 1935 - January 2, 2016A Million-Midnight Salute to a black woman of towering intellect, dedication, intent, and stamina.The uploading of this archived broadcast (from May 16, 2010)  was inspired by a Facebook post by Michael Moore acknowledging that he had received in the mail the book under discussion in this broadcast.  Mr. Moore said that, in her final  lecture,  Dr. Welsing  recommended that every black person read it.. Mr. Wickett attended many of Dr. Welsing's lectures at the monthly Welsing Institute held at Howard University and filmed a few of them.   The host considers both Mr. Wickett and Dr. Welsing to have made major contributions toward the eventual solving of The Problem. Additionally, a caller, "Mark," inspired an evolution in Cree's framing of the role of genetics and/ or other forms of DNA in the practice of racism (white supremacy/anti-blackness). 

  • Archived 2010 Interview of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

    Archived 2010 Interview of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

    21/01/2016 Duración: 02h09min

    In memorium/remembrance of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, I upoaded this January 16, 2010 interview she and I did. It has some odd [ wink emoticon ] technical glitches and disconnects that Dr. Welsing tolerated with grace that one could not expect from most other well known persons. With the help of Gus T. Renegade, the host of another counter-racist program, we completed the interview via 3-way phone connection. For that reason, I thought even the tech interference proved constructive in demonstrating an understanding of the system of racism/anti-blackness.

  • June 2015 Current Events Round-Up/What is a Black Person

    June 2015 Current Events Round-Up/What is a Black Person

    28/06/2015 Duración: 02h56min

    A discussion of the explicitly racist behaviors of the last 12 weeks or so prior to this broadcasts and an impromptu  discussion of reactions to persons born to a white and black parent (about 1:57):This 2nd quarter of 2015, white folks have been covering a lot of stories about explicitly racist acts: The Atlanta school-teachers conviction and incarceration; Freddie Gray's murder by police and investigation; Walter Scott's murder by police and investigation; the pool incidents in McKinney, Texas and Fairfield, Ohio involving  the abuse by white police officials of black female children/teens; Rachel Dolezal & family; the white terrorism in Charleston, South Carolina and it's attendent events; and, maybe more.   

  • LGBTQ Matters: A Conversation with junior burchall

    LGBTQ Matters: A Conversation with junior burchall

    10/05/2015 Duración: 02h04min

    junior burchall, M.Ed., is a freelance writer, public speaker, curriculum consultant and Literacy Specialist. He is the founder of the Fihankra Home Academy, an Afrikan-centered homeschool located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A devoted husband, he is also the father of two high-energy, irrepressibly brilliant, Afrikan boys. Burchall is the author of “Freedom’s Flames: Slavery in Bermuda and the True Story of Sally Bassett” and “Dame Lois: The People’s Advocate”. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his latest work, “Look For Me in the Whirlwind: A Story of Marcus Garvey”, tentatively scheduled for release December 2015. Burchall has said of himself, "I am 100% committed to the full liberation of ALL Afrikan people. which means that - if I am not an ethically inconsistent hypocrite and coward of the highest order, that is - I must be similarly unswerving in my advocacy for Afrikans whose lives are under threat because they are what we today would call 'gay', or 'bisexual', or 'transgender', or 'int

  • Advanced Black Thinking  Doing, Part 2: Kofi Lion

    Advanced Black Thinking & Doing, Part 2: Kofi Lion

    02/04/2015 Duración: 02h58min

    The founder of World Afropedia known as Kofi Lion returns to help us get a more in-depth understanding of topics he introduced  to us two weeks previous: The digital dark/ecliptic age in contrast and comparison to previous dark/ecliptic ages;crytocurrency and how black people might create and use our own;the political history and logic of of Mandombe script; The mechanics of Wikipedia, i.e, what happens in cyber-backrooms to create what much of the world comes to know as "fact" on a subject and ways to mitigate the racism that results from these mechanicsSuggestions on how to make money on the internet.You can support Kofi's outstanding work by patronizing his ecommerce sites:Afikyiri Edjua ( Backyard Market)Afropedia on Amazon Market Place ( A wide variety of texts particularly suited for parents homeshooling or supplementally schooling black children and teens including some classic titles.)