Anthony Samad: Join us for our Next Urban Issues Forum on THIS FRIDAY, November 20th, 2015, at 7:30 a.m., as this forum will be a serious discussion about the rise of advocacy and activism among Millennials.
Join us for a special “INVITATION ONLY” forum address to Los Angeles’ communities of color and its Civic, Ecumenical and Community leadership on Wednesday, June 17, 2015, at 7:30 a.m.
A panel discussion on female gang diversion featuring a short fill presentation of “Gang Girl: A Mother’s Journey to Save Her Daughter.”
oin us THIS Friday, Nov. 14th, 2014, at 7:30 a.m., as this forum features a discussion on cultural identity and complexion conflict in African American culture. Our Newsmaker will be: Actor, Director, Producer, Author Bill Duke This forum will focus on a more than 200-year-old debate on how Eurocentricity impacts American social constructions of race and beauty in African […]
This forum will focus on how American culture has been complicit in the perversion of police abuse and domestic violence in the 21st Century. Recent events in Ferguson, Missouri (and other cities, including Los Angeles) and the National Football League, has pushed these issues right in our face and forced us-as a society-to confront these LONG TIME social realities.
Anthony Samad: For years our culture has condoned men “manhandling” women that stepped “out of their place,” in the same way society reinforced racial hierarchies when people of color (regardless of what color) exerted any sense of equality.
Anthony Samad: Malcolm X warned us about these people—the interlopers. They appear everywhere under a community premise, but you don’t know who they’re tied to.
Join us THIS Friday, June 13th, 2014, at 7:30 a.m., as this forum features a discussion on how “Power to the People,” self-determination in symbol and substance, changed American culture and the world.
How Soultrain Shaped Social Norms in America: Author Nelson George discusses his book “The Hippest Trip in Amerca”
Anthony Samad: This month’s forum features a discussion on Abuse and Deadly Force under the “Color of Authority” and/or the cover of law.
Arsenio Hall brought the “edge” to late night when a tarnished Presidential hopeful came on the show in June of 1992—wearing sunglasses .
Jordan Davis Murder Mistrial: “Stand Your Ground” is just the latest iteration of anti-social legislation against black males.
Following George Zimmerman: Zimmerman’s infamy will live forever so he’s decided to become notorious. Why not get paid to be the villain?