Tag: Elementary Genocide

Necessary Blackness Ep. 63: Prison, Power & Persecution w/ Born King Allah

 

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz speaks to Born King Allah to discuss “Prison, Power & Persecution” and the 16 victories, in 16 different states, the National Office of Cultural Affairs was able to obtain in its fight to have the Nation of Gods & Earths recognized as a God Centered Culture, and not a designated gang, or security threat that prison officials erroneously used to paint a false narrative. Born King Allah shows and proves how he was able to convince a judge that the New York Department of Corrections motives consisted of deception and fraud.

In the 2nd half of our interview, Born King Allah talks about the misconception of mainstream media and individuals who associate others with being a member of the 5% Nation when they have no affiliations with us, other than studying our teachings. Born King issues a stern warning to Star of Star In The Morning for fasely accusing Charlamagne Tha God of being a member of the Nation of Gods and Earths.

 

David Banner Explains Why He Doesn’t Want To Be Equal To White People

David Banner explains why he doesn’t want to be equal to White people in the award-winning docu-series Elementary Genocide. Available at www.ElementaryGenocide.com

Necessary Blackness Ep: 59 Kim Kardashian Uses Her Privilege of Whiteness To Attack Rapper RhymeFest

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, we talk with journalist, radio personality and host of Civil Rights & Civil Wrong, Marcia Leavy about how Kim Kardashian uses her privilege of whiteness to attack Rapper Rhymefest, while attempting to attach herself to Black Culture. The situation concerning Roseanne Barr referring to the former senior advisor of former president Barak Obama to ‘Muslim Brotherhood and Planet of the Apes”.

 

 

Elementary Genocide Docu-Series Nominated For Sa-Neter TV Award

I feel honored to be nominated for a Sa-Neter TV Award for my contribution to the world of documentary filmmaking. It goes down July, 7th in NYC. The Sa-Neter TV Awards will celebrate our unwavering warriors, undefeated scholars and the best and brightest among us.

 

Atlanta Film Screening & Community Dialogue – Elementary Genocide 3: Academic Holocaust

Elementary Genocide, Rahiem Shabazz

Elementary Genocide III: Academic Holocaust
Community Dialogue and Film Screening
Saturday, January 27. 3:00 p.m.
The Auburn Avenue Research Library in collaboration with Rasha Entertainment Inc., will host a screening of Elementary Genocide III: Academic Holocaust. The latest installment of the Elementary Genocide series, produced by journalist and filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz. This powerful documentary continues to examine the “school-to-prison pipeline,” the systematic intersection of draconian school disciplinary strategies and law enforcement policies that funnel African American children out of public schools and into the juvenile and criminal justice systems. This event will include a post-screening dialogue with filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz.

This event is free and open to the public at 101 Auburn Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30303.

Necessary Blackness Podcast Ep. 41: Meek Mill Probation Violation… Loving Our Son & Raising Our Daughters

Necessary Blackness Podcast returns with the ‘Fitted Hat Philosopher’ Rahiem Shabazz and special guest Ebone Gee to talk about the injustice handed down to Meek Mill, whether we are loving our sons and raising our daughter and much more.

Necessary Blackness Ep. 37: Helping Inmates Get “Free On The Inside”

 

Necessary Blackness Podcast sit down with Jen Nicole to talk about the compelling story of Eccentrich Richardson, who is a poet, writer and cultural-arts programmer in Pompano Beach, Fla., who somehow finds the time to save the world in her spare time. Her “Free on the Inside” program goes inside Florida’s toughest prisons and helps inmates find beauty, power and, hopefully, themselves.

Facing a decade and a half in prison couldn’t stop her. Losing a loved one to suicide didn’t destroy her. Battling loss and pain while raising three children was not enough to make her quit.

We also discuss the story about a mom, who became angered about students who wrists were taped and placed in a dark room to experience the trauma of slavery. We discussed the pros and cons of such experiment and if it has a place in today’s classroom.

Resource: Huffington Post

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Necessary Blackness Ep. 35: Armelia Cartier Talks Activism, Volunteerism, The Black Women & DACA

 

Necessary Blackness Podcast sits down Amelia Cartier to discuss Activism, Volunteerism, The Black Women and DACA. Ms. Cartier works tirelessly to improve the lives of youth and women in Atlanta through sacrifice and contribution. This public servant and community activist, who grew up gang-related in LA, recognizes the importance of standing in the gap and making things better for those around her.

A strong proponent of our youth, she is current volunteer with the Fulton County Youth Commision, Positive Growth Boys Home, Inc., Positive American Youth, and Girls Giving Back, Inc., Her involvement allows her to directly address the significant issues plauging our youth through the influence of programming, curriculum, community involvement and mentorship.

Armelia’s experience allowed her to minister to families and travel on spiritual missions to Korea, Haiti, African and the Philippines.

Necessary Blackness Ep. 29: Michael Imhotep Speaks About St. Louis Riots & Red Summer of 1919

 

In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz sits down with Michael Imhotep (The African History Network). Michael Imhotep is a talk show host, researcher, lecturer and writer covering politics and pertinent issues facing Black America.

Michael Imhotep discusses African-American resistance in the era of Donald Trump, voters suppression, reparation and how elections have consequences. We also spoke with the historian, Michael Imhotep about the St. Louis Riots of 1917 and the Red Summer of 1919.

Marcus Garvey spoke out in anger against the lynching and beatings Blacks suffered at the hands of Whites. “This is a crime against the laws of humanity; it is a crime against the laws of the nation, it is a crime against Nature, and a crime against the God of all mankind.” He also believed that the entire riot was part of a larger conspiracy against African Americans who migrated North in search of a better life: “The whole thing, my friends, is a bloody farce, and that the police and soldiers did nothing to stem the murder thirst of the mob is a conspiracy on the part of the civil authorities to condone the acts of the white mob against Negroes.”

 

 

Necessary Blackness Ep. 5: A Candid Conversation With ZaZa Ali

Necessary Blackness Ep. 5: A Candid Conversation With ZaZa Ali

This week, Rahiem Shabazz sits down with author, speaking, activist ZaZa Ali for a candid conversation to discuss, Christmas, Spiritual War, Police Brutality and much more…

Tune In Each and Every Wednesday at 6 PM

*** This week we are broadcasting earlier because of traveling schedule***

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