Irami Osie-Frimpong form The Funky Academic fills in for Yvette Carnell form Breaking Brown to discuss why memorial day should be celebrated by Black people, as well as the impact of Tiger Woods on Black Society, an interview with Dr. Nathan Connolly from Johns Hopkins University,
The Black Authority, Jason Black, goes into detail on what the confederate flag really represents and why you see it popping up all over the country. Specifically, in places that historically had nothing to do with the confederate army. The confederate army and flag in
Professor Black Truth salutes the B1 brigade for the collective effort to push Black media that exposes the people that have spent their lives destroying the cultural discourse in the Black community. “If we are going to have a black media, it must say the
Historically, the best Hip-Hop hipped you to what was going on in your community and the music (beats) made you hop, a universal sound that pulled people together from all around the world. This alchemical music genre has resulted in the uplifting of the consciousness of
In a recent interview on the Advise Show, Phillip S. interviews young you-tuber Janice JNice. Janice is a first generation African-American with parents from Cameroon, she is the sister of a Yale graduate and is currently working on her PHD in organizational psychology. Janice gives
Attorney and Emmy Nominated Producer Antonio Moore reviews the recent Hollywood Reporter interview of Media Mogul Tyler Perry. In the piece Perry states “I don’t think it’s black and white, I think it’s green. It’s just about,Where’s the money?” In this video lays out the
California Attorney Antonio Moore from ToneTalks sits down with Yvette Carnell from Breaking Brown to dissect Boyce Watkin’s highly problematic message. In true ToneTalks fashion, Antonio Moore brings us data, unlike Boyce in this case.