Delivering conscious commentary on issues affecting our community and businesses, as well as events happening on a social, political and global scale. Broadcasting live every 1st and 3rd Sunday morning of each month from 10am to 11am eastern standard time. www.BlackPillRadio.com
Teaching While Black
Teaching while black. Why is it important for black children to have black teachers working in the classroom and in the administration office. How can non-black educators learn from black educators so that they can teach black children more effectively? What does it mean when teachers say, Teaching While Black. We will talk about the book and the documentary, about Teaching While Black. And we will answer the question, is the public system failing black students and is it truly designed to educate black student?
Why actors believe Webseries are important to Black Cinema.
Actors from various hit web series share their stories of success and why being an actor is their calling. They will also discuss why web series is important for the growth of black cinema and how it gives content creators a voice that is not controlled by major corporations. Lastly, the actors will share advice and tips for aspiring actors and content creators.
Why does homelessness exist and how can we fix it.
This broadcast is about homelessness, affordable housing, and mental health issues as it relates to homelessness. Our panel will share their personal experiences with being homeless, as well as how they are battling these issues and helping communities overcome homelessness and lack of affordable housing. Gentrification is also a factor in homelessness, and we will discuss how the effects of gentrification are having on our communities.
What Black Men need to know.
Our panelist share advice for Black Men about family, business, health, education, spirituality, and more. Our panelist will speak about their life experiences with being raised by black men, working with black men, dating black men, being in business with black men and more. The objective of this broadcast is to help usher in a standard and code of conduct to help establish better relationships and communities which will be led by Black Men.
Are Black Men being persecuted by the Media?
In today's climate of being politically correct, the gender wars, and the women's movement, many people are feeling pressured to choose sides. Yet the issues and events that we are all currently having to deal with and that are playing out in the media are more complex than we want to admit. But there seems to be a consistent narrative being pushed by the media which is that Black Men while making up a small percent of the American population, seems to be the face of many of the issues. My question is, are Black Men being purposely persecuted by the Media?
Womens Movement and the Black Female
Should Black women have a women's rights movement that is separate from White women? Are both groups of women speaking as one group or are there differences in the needs and wants that make it necessary for Black women to have a separate movement. If White women's issues are with White men, then where does the Black man stand on the issues of women's rights when it involves equal pay and legislation.