Category Archive: Podcast

Jul 09

Necessary Blackness Ep: 110 Prof. James Smalls Talks African Sacred Science & Prince Hall Masonry

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz speaks with Professor James Smalls. The Pan-Afrikan activist and speaker take us back to our roots so we can reconnect to the cultural traditions of our ancestors. He delves into the high science of the cosmos to explain how the totality of God is inside of …

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Jul 02

Necessary Blackness Ep: 109 Author P.S. Divine Talks Survival Preparedness, Police Brutality & Martial Arts

Necessary Blackness Podcast interviews author and martial artist P.S. Divine about his urban crime and suspense thriller, “Baby Bye”.  We also talked about survival preparedness and why it’s important for Black society to be prepared to grow our own food, defend ourselves, and if necessary to live off the grid. We also discuss the original of martial arts and how it has its origin in West Africa.

Jun 26

Necessary Blackness Ep: 108 – Defunding The Police vs Decentralize The Police

    Necessary Blackness Podcast sat with community activist and 3rd generation freedom fighter Kalonji Changa, to discuss the difference between defunding the police vs decentralizing the police. We spoke about the need for a residency clause and instituting an autonomous community public safety council to control everything from the fire department and EMS. Podcast: …

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Jun 17

Rapper T.I. Speaks on Racial Injustice & Police Brutality

Activist Marcus Coleman and a host of young social justice warriors lead the protest to seek justice for Kendrick Johnson, Jamarion Robinson, Shali Tilson, Anthony Hill, Oscar Cain and so many more victims murdered by Atlanta Police. Rapper T.I. joined the march to the Capitol and spoke about the need to keep the pressure on the establishment and how we forced them to acknowledge the pain and suffering we experienced for years. He ended with advising the protestors of their consumer power and to no longer spend money outside of the community. Rapper T.I was joined on stage by Mysonne and Tamika Mallory of Until Freedom.

Jun 01

Necessary Blackness Ep: 107 Atlanta Uprising- Reporting From The Frontline

  Martin Luther King Jr once stated in an interview, “A riot is the language of the unheard.” This was in 1966 and nothing has changed since he uttered those prophetic words. That language is being heard and spoken in just about every major city in America and has reverberated to several international countries. Atlanta …

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May 21

Necessary Blackness Ep: 106 – Bro. Knowledge Speaks Commerce & Trade

In this episode we caught up with Bro. Knowledge to speak about Commerce & Trade and how we must become our own fiduciary financial advisor when we start our business. We also talked about how the United States is a bankrupt corporation. The flag is a commerce flag, not a national flag. And all the …

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May 07

Necessary Blackness Ep: 105 – CPS Legal Kidnapping of Black Children: Is Your Child Next?

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, we speak with Bekura Wallah Shabazz about Child Protective Services (CPS) illegal kidnapping of her granddaughter Sevyn and how they ignored the law, violate constitutional rights and fabricated evidence with a brazen arrogance totally without fear of reprimand, reprisal or consequences for their illegal actions.

Apr 08

Necessary Blackness EP: 104 – w/ Maria Richard “Business, Economics, & Wealth Building”

Necessary Blackness Podcast interviews marketing strategist and owner of Management 24, Maria Richard about the unimaginable impact the Corona Virus is having on Black Entrepreneurs and how we can upscale our business and create the next wave of Black Entrepreneurs. Mrs. Richard details four recession-proof businesses and how you can survive unscathed. For More Information: …

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Mar 23

Necessary Blackness Ep: 103 -The Truth Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know About Madam C.J. Walker

The over-fictionalization done in this movie constitutes an opposition to the truth and was intentional. Kasi Lemmon, the director utilized the same approach when directing “Harriett” and we were equally enraged.

Why embellish the truth to create a story arc when the original story was just as fascinating and inspiring?

Feb 27

Necessary Blackness Ep: 102 – Blood Sport & White American’s Obsession w/ Guest Crumb

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, we spoke with Crumb of CrumbTV on Blood Sport and White America’s pleasure for cruelty and suffering.

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