Ep. 120 of Real Black News features conversations about tracking and fighting White Supremacists with two guests, including the president and CEO of The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), Margaret Huang. She discusses the tactics they use to track hate groups, the history of white supremacists in the military, and where the SPLC stands with the Nation of Islam on their map of hate groups in America (interview begins at 9:46). While lawyer, Harvard professor, and former president of the NAACP, Cornell William Brooks, discusses executive producing the four-part CNN original series The People v. The Klan and the black woman - Beulah Mae Donald - who won the fight (interview begins at 44:13). After taking down White supremacy, we focus on building up our money as a community via crowdfunding with real estate and business lawyer Darryl Scipio and his campaign to build an apartment building - Savers Village - in Newark, NJ, that gives money back to its tenants. He also shares three tips on launching a crowdfunding campaign (interview begins at 1:11:04). Plus, North Carolina A&T’s history-making track team, activists getting Hollywood production deals, and more of the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.
Ep. 120 – Fighting White Supremacy
Ep. 120: Fighting White Supremacy. President/CEO of The Southern Poverty Law Center, Margaret Huang, talks tactics used to track hate groups & where they stand with the Nation of Islam. Lawyer, Harvard professor, and former NAACP president, Cornell William Brooks, discusses executive producing the four-part CNN original series "The People v. The Klan". Real estate/business lawyer Darryl Scipio shares his crowdfunding campaign & tips to launch one. Plus the top 5 empowering Black news of the week
Ep. 119 Jenny Lumet - Writer & Executive Producer
Triumph after Survival: Ep 119 features writer/executive producer Jenny Lumet, who discusses everything from her legendary family and grandmother Lena Horne to how her trauma that came with pointing a finger at a mogul & surviving sex assault inspired the vision when writing her CBS show, Clarice (15:36). Therapist Camille Banks-Lee shares 4 tips for managing all trauma. Other topics include Virginia abolishing the death penalty & more of the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.
Ep. 118 DJ Kuttin Kandi - Asian Community Organizer
Ep 118 features Award-winning DJ and Community Organizer, DJ Kuttin Kandi, on the rise of violence against Asian-Americans, uniting with the Black Community, and tough conversations both communities need to have to build trust to effectively fight White Supremacy. Journalist Epee Dingong reports on Europe’s recent COVID lockdowns, the Variants, & vaccine distribution drama. Plus the rise of ethnic studies curriculums, cannabis companies & HBCUs, & more of the top 5 empowering Black news stories.
Ep. 117 Clover Hope - Author, "The Motherlode: 100+ Women Who Made Hip-Hop"
Ep 117 provides an update on Mississippi's water crisis where some see hints of an end. Councilman DeKeither Stamps discusses. Journalist & author Clover Hope discusses her new book "The Motherlode: 100+ Women Who Made Hip Hop" and how she documents the history of ladies on the mic from Sha Rock and Sheri Sher to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. Plus the weekly White Supremacy Report, LA's Manhattan Beach Black descendants, the 78-year-old sista weight lifting champ & more empowering Black News.
Ep. 116 Mental Health & Wellness
Ep 116 spotlights mental health and wellness with psychotherapist Camille Banks-Lee who shares tips on staying emotionally fit. While entertainment journalist Ronda Racha Penrice talks upcoming TV shows and films to watch for decompression. And Drew Glover, Principle Coordinator for the Selma Jubilee, March 5-7, discusses this year’s virtual civil rights celebration. Plus the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.
Ep. 115 Amin Joseph – Actor, "Snowfall"
Actor Amin Joseph discusses his role as Jerome Saint on season 4 of Snowfall. He talks about the influence of Hollywood legend John Singleton, crack in Black communities, tips for actors, plus some of this week’s top Black stories. Topics include new info on the NYPD & FBI’s involvement in the murder of Malcolm X, Los Angeles’ move to defund and remove police from schools, Togo, the Fight for 15 protests, the NAACP, KKK, & more of the top five empowering Black news stories of the week.
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