Necessary Blackness Podcast talks with Blue Pill about the senseless killing of rap icon Nipsey Hussle and the Geometrically Ordered Divinity (G.O.D) as it relates to the soul transitioning to the spiritual realm.
Mar 14 2019
Necessary Blackness Podcast sat down with Aunt of Elijah Nichols,
The sentencing of Elijah Nichols is a tragedy and reeks with racist implication from Judge Joey
Judge Joey Showalter is known for holding fundraisers and speaking on behalf go local and state Republican candidate and is a staunch
We are asking for everyone to sign the petition and to help in the family fundraising efforts to bring Elijah home.
Oct 24 2018
Necessary Blackness Ep: 71 -Gardening While Black: 3 White Woman Accuse Black Community Activist of Stalking & Harassment
Mainstream media interest have always been to capitalize off our story and plight, but never highlight the solution to pressing issues Black America face. So Community Activist & Gardner Marc Peeples aka Truth of Detroit reached out to Necessary Blackness to explain the fabricated charges levied against him, and why the judge admonished the three white woman that falsely accused him of stalking, harassment and being a pedophile.
“They get to ruin my life, say anything they want, and then they get to go on with their lives”, he states. In recent weeks we have witness of rash of white women calling 911 to report crimes that didn’t happen in order to get individuals arrested.
As a Black man who seen the need to change the blighted condition of his community, Truth wanted to make sure the East side of Detroit did not join the growing list of urban communities that are quickly becoming a food dessert.
Check out our exclusive one-on-one interview as we discuss not only gardening while Black, bit the decades of discrimination and land grab Black farmers are facing in America.
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Sep 05 2018
Necessary Blackness Podcast sits dowin with Andre Norman, who is known to many as The Ambassador Of Hope, Andre’s experience and expertise is what empowers him to help people turn their situation around. Andre travels around the world to serve as a mentor and listening ear for so many in need. He has made an impact working in the countries of Honduras, Bahamas, Sweden, Guatemala, Liberia & Trinidad. With inclusion being the center of his solution based efforts.
From illiteracy to gang activity, Andre’s childhood prepared him for nothing less than a life of crime and violence. This behavior eventually led Andre to be sentenced to over 100 years in prison. A natural-born leader, he quickly rose to the top of the prison gang where he managed gang activities from within the confines of a maximum security prison. During his 2 year stay in solitary confinement. Andre had an “epiphany” and he made the decision to turn his life around. He had a simple dream, attend Harvard University and become successful.
Aug 29 2018
Necessary Blackness Ep: 67 Tracey D. Syphax Talks Criminal Reform, Investment, Re-Entry & Million Dollar Game
Necessary Blackness Podcast sits down with Tracey D. Syphax who is an award-winning journalist, entrepreneur and activist to talk about criminal reform, re-entry, investment and how to tap into the million dollar game. Mr. Syphax talks about why he felt the need to develop a culturally responsive course to help returning citizens to become an entrepreneur. He delves deep into his past to explain past mistakes and the lessons learned to help propel him into millionaire status, and how he came from the “Block To The Boardroom”.
Learn & Peep The Game!!!!
Aug 15 2018
There has been a long history of contention between Korean business and Black customers and employees. Most famous was Latasha Harlins, Latasha Harlins, a 15-year-old who was fatally shot by 51-year-old Korean store owner Soon Ja Du in 1991. After a scuffle over orange juice, Du killed Harlins as she was walking away. She served no jail time. In 2018., nothing has changed my timeline and inbox is filled with incidents from all over the country. The recent assault on an elderly lady in Brooklyn, N.Y. illustrates that the Korean community does not respect black people or their spending power. A few days later, in Tulsa, Oklahoma a disurbing video was released showing an Asian beauty store owner physically assaulting a Black woman because presumably her child, walked out of the store with a keychain. The woman allegedly caught the child with the keychain and returned it. However, the man “followed her out of the store harassing her and telling her that she needed to keep a better eye on her kids.” After an exchanged of words the man punched her in the mouth leaving her bloody and crying in disbelief.
In order to put out fires you got to deal with the people who own the water….You need money to get power and you need the power to protect the money. We have the money now we need to seize the power!!!!
May 23 2018
Houston Restaurant in Atlanta is in the news again, but this time it’s for engaging in racist treatment and physical assault after a police officer dragged three black actresses out of the restroom, through the restaurant and thrown outside in the bushes. Atlanta’s rapper and activist, T.I. has called for a boycott of the restaurant chain in response to the incident that landed the women in jail with one of them suffering injuries including a black eye. Brittany Marie Lucio, Asia’h Sharrell Epperson (American Idol, Greenleaf) and Erica Walker say they were assaulted by an Atlanta police officer, Jay Guzman, who moonlights as a security guard at the restaurant. The ladies reportedly entered the restaurant after it was closed to use the bathroom. The officer admits he grabbed Lucio by the wrist and tried to “lead” her out the back door, but the video footage paints a much more violent picture of the ladies being man-handled and their attorney insists the officer threw them into the bushes.
May 02 2018
In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, we discuss the guilty verdict of Bill Cosby and how the guilty verdict is more about dismantling his legacy then it is about the rape charges. The Bill Cosby verdict is warfare by legal means. Cosby had money, but he didn’t have power. White supremacy has arbitrary power to disregard the law, Cosby became a victim of that law. This is not to say Cosby is not guilty of rape or to disregard victims of sexual assault, it’s more about how the system works.
Apr 23 2018
In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast we talk with community activist Kalonji Changa to discuss the community building and the recent fiasco with Starbucks and whether boycotting is the only alternative.
Mar 21 2018
In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, we offer valuable insight on everything from race relationship, pop culture to politics, and issues that matter to Black people. This episode is hosted by Rahiem Shabazz and the special guest is Shannon Young.