May 31

Necessary Blackness Ep. 20 Black Power or Gun Powder

 

In this episode, we discuss the recent killings of Black men by white racist supremacist who are encourage by the current administration occupying the White House. From the killing of Tamir Rice, to the race soldier execution of unarmed Black men in the streets.

May 14

Necessary Blackness Ep. 19: They Told Me Not To Tell Pt. 2

 

In part 2 of the mini-series, Necessary Blackness speaks with Johnny Lee Gaddy a former student at Arthur G. Dozier Reform School. After walking in the shadow of silence for 50 years, Mr. Gaddy decided to tell his story in his new book, “They Told Me Not To Tell”. Necessary Blackness goes one-on-one with Mr. Gaddy to talk about his quest for justice and how we can help him. Johnny Lee’s will to survive is a testament to his strength and courage. Now let’s help to tell his story.

May 10

Necessary Blackness Ep. 18 – They Told Me Not To Tell: A Tale of Modern Day Slavery

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In this week on Necessary Blackness Podcast, we sit down with Antoinette Harrell a genealogist, activist and peonage detective to discuss the brutal treatment, rape and dehumanizing conditions at the now closed, Arthur G. Dozier Reform School in Marianna, Florida. Antoinette, details the harrowing and ugly truth of a school now existing in obscurity in the minds of society, except for those who endured the hardship.

In part 2 of the mini-series, Necessary Blackness speaks with Johnny Lee Gaddy a former student at Arthur G. Dozier Reform School. After walking in the shadow of silence for 50 years, Mr. Gaddy decided to tell his story in his new book, “They Told Me Not To Tell”.

Apr 26

Necessary Blackness Ep. 17: Dhoruba Bin Wahad – Militarized Policing & State of Black America

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This Wednesday, (4.26.17) at 6 PM on Necessary Blackness Podcast, Dhoruba Bin-Wahad former Black Panther Party, Black Liberation Army and also political prisoner, discusses the Militarized Policing of America, the state of Black America and the Stealth History of Revisionism.

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Apr 19

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 16: Amaduez Christ Talks “Out of Darkness”

Necessary Blackness Podcast had the honor of sitting down with  Filmmaker Amadeuz Christ to discuss his movie “Out of Darkness”.

The film examines the untold history of African people, the African cultural contribution to the nation of the worlds, and the events that have contributed to the conditions of African people of today.

Apr 12

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 15: Educational Racism In The 21st Century

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz sits with Professor. Ed Garnes to talk about racism in the academy, his work as an African Therapist/Counselor and educating Black men.

 

Apr 05

Necessary Blackness Ep. 14: The Higher Education Cartel

 

In this episode of Necessary Blackness, Rahiem Shabazz talks about ‘The Higher Education Cartel’ and Ebone’ Gee joins him in the studio to discuss the closing of Rikers Island and how is responsible for the incident on I-85 in Atlanta.

 

 

Mar 29

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 13: “Getting Your Financial House In Order

 

In this week’s episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast we are joined in the studio with Ebone’ Gee to discuss why we need to get our financial house in order. Many of us have good work ethics, but lack discipline when it comes to finances. How many of us got life insurance? Why its important to have a living trust? And how to look out for funeral homes that seek to rob and scam those who are mourning the lost of a love one. We discuss this and more.

Mar 25

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 12

 

 

In the latest episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast Episode 12, Rahiem Shabazz talks about the missing girls crisis happening in Washington, D.C. and the lack of coverage from mainstream media. Shabazz, also gives his opinion on Donald Trump’s intentional interference with contractual relations between the NFL and Colin Kaepernick and why we must support Kaepernick. The situation with Wclef being detained and handcuffed by LAPD is also discussed.

Please be sure to check out our archives on Itunes, Google Play, PodOMatic, Iheart etc. If you’re interested in being featured on our broadcast or having your commercial air, you can email us at Rahiem.Shabazz@Gmail.com

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Mar 20

Letter To Our Contributors & Supporters

As you know we are in the final phase of post-production and are in need of securing funds to reach our goal. We would like to thank all who donated and those with future plans on donating. Without, the generosity of so many this would not be possible.
Since we solely rely on donations from individuals, we ask that you continue to spread the word across your social media outlets about our latest campaign, by encouraging your family and friends to contribute to this worthy cause. Please post the “Proud Sponsor” Badge on your social media and continue to spread the word.

The latest installment of the “Elementary Genocide” documentary series, will help parents and all concerned citizens of the community to understand the dynamics affecting our public school system, and to help a start a conversation about methods to improve the likelihood of success.

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