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A Call to Conscience


A Call to Conscience

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"A Call to Conscience" is an audio and video series featuring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and a host of others to convey a deeper understanding of his philosophy and teachings.

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where are the ways of old?

Started by Wht Choc. Last reply by Cali Jul 3, 2010. 3 Replies

Today I attended Immortal Soulz bike blessing.  The family atmosphere, bringing God back into our family lives, good food, good people, and the bike games were hilarious.  That's what I remember…Continue

The Don't Kill a Dream, Save a Life Gun Turn-In was Saturday. Chicago Gun Turn-In Nets 4,050 weapons

Started by Money. Last reply by PIAGIRL May 12, 2010. 6 Replies

Even Chicago police Superintendent Jody Weis was shocked by what the department collected during its gun turn-in event.More than 1,000 weapons were turned in during the program's first half-hour on…Continue

Ultimately, Who's Responsibility is it?

Started by Money. Last reply by Vahnilla Voudou Apr 25, 2010. 5 Replies

The black community is your community. No government grant will improve things in your community. You have to do it. You have to do it.What are your thoughts?We just talkin yall! So don't trip.Continue

MLK III named CEO of The King Center

Started by Money. Last reply by Money Apr 9, 2010. 2 Replies

Martin Luther King III will take the reins as president and CEO of The King Center.He replaces Isaac Newton Farris Jr.In a news release, Martin Luther King III, Dexter Scott King and Bernice King…Continue

Men to Boys

Started by Money. Last reply by Doug Jones aka Fresh Apr 7, 2010. 8 Replies

In his award winning film What Black Men Think, Janks Morton opened new doors for open and honest dialogue amongst Black Men and Women. By shattering myths, stereotypes and misperceptions about…Continue

Nina Simone: Why (The King of Love Is Dead)

Started by Money. Last reply by The Therapist Apr 5, 2010. 1 Reply

I received this from Dorothy Tillman, a native of Montgomery, Alabama and foot soldier in the civil rights movement as a member of SCLC. She was brought to Chicago by Dr. King to help organize and…Continue

Male Role Models

Started by PIAGIRL. Last reply by Mike Diaz Apr 3, 2010. 15 Replies

Do the males in our communities play an important impact on our youth. If so, Why is it that most of the organizations that are trying to reach out to our children (African American) are of other…Continue

The Formula for Success.

Started by Zurriane. Last reply by Wht Choc Mar 15, 2010. 1 Reply

Please note that failure is not, a single a single big event.  Failure is the inevitable result of an accumalation of things like poor thinking, poor planning and poor choices. So failing is nothing…Continue

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Comment by T-MONEY on May 20, 2013 at 11:37pm
Thanks for da add
Comment by Money on March 6, 2011 at 5:14pm
Is the black agenda America's agenda?
Comment by CHARLIE HU$TLE on November 25, 2010 at 3:18pm
Comment by Dawn T. Beatty-Walker on November 24, 2010 at 4:53pm
Comment by Wisdom on November 24, 2010 at 4:33pm
Comment by Ebonyiceman on September 28, 2010 at 7:39am
I sat and listened to the Honorable Minister Farrakhan when he spoke on the Tom Joyner boat.He has a powerful message as to what we all should be doing in this short time we have on earth.
Comment by Money on June 2, 2010 at 7:15pm
Cathy Hughes sits down with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan for an exclusive TV One On One interview.
Comment by Money on April 15, 2010 at 10:35am
I like that Phil Gray. That's right on time!
Comment by Phil Gray on March 31, 2010 at 11:25am
Jump on in Southern Star, Love is tha Essence, Love is Colorblind, Bring tha LOVE to the Children, Do it.
Comment by Southern Star on March 31, 2010 at 7:39am
As an educator in the public school system, I believe that everyone should ban together to help all youth become more successful. We need to unite as a society and teach the youth how to become responsible and accountable for their actions. As a caucasian teacher in the public system, it breaks my heart when I hear a young African American tell me that I can't mentor or help them because I am different. My heart and mind are there for them as well as the other students that sit beside them. In order to improve the melting pot country that was created so long ago, barriers need to disappear, teach the culture and keep history alive, but teach love and peace can extend beyond the "black community." Yes, we have a shortage of black male role models. However, if we teach students to embrace change then a role model can actually come from all walks of life. I, too, raised a young man and struggled. I often had to rely on my dad or brothers to assist when he "fell by the wayside". He still has issues of anger because his Dad was not in the picture. He eventually bonded with males outside our race and community...he connected with men and peers that had similar dreams - music. So, let's teach connection with others that share the dream - not just the color of their skin. Sincerity, love, and support can come from anyone that truly has these teenagers best interest at heart. Ultimately, though this support comes from home - mom, dad, uncle, etc.

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