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Real Black News

Real Black News

Raqiyah Mays

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Episode 105 of Real Black News features Black and Native American activist/author, Queen Yonasda, who talks about the Native American vote that helped Biden win despite some tribes voting Republican. She shares an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors who contracted cancer, corporate terrorism, Revolutionary Healing, and her biggest fight as a single mother battling lung cancer. Other topics include Morris Brown University, an update on #EndSARS, the first Black astronaut on SpaceX, and more of the top five empowering Black news stories of the week.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 105 Queen Yonasda - Native American Activist

EEpisode 105 features Black & Native American activist/author, Queen Yonasda, who talks about the Native American vote that helped Biden win despite some tribes voting Republican. She shares an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors who contracted cancer, corporate terrorism, Revolutionary Healing, and her biggest fight battling cancer. Other topics include Morris Brown U, an #EndSAR update, the first Black astronaut on SpaceX, and the top five empowering Black news stories.

73 min1 w ago
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Ep. 105 Queen Yonasda - Native American Activist

Ep. 104 Raqiyah Mays - Celebration!!!

EA special celebration of the historic win of President-elect Joe Biden and the first woman, Black, and South Asian VP-elect Kamala Harris. Correspondents from across the nation and world chime. ATL-based reporter Ronda Racha Penrice discusses Georgia. Paris-based journalist Epee Dingong the state of emergency lockdown in France. Brit Jatali Bellanton talks NY, the UK, & how Biden’s win will affect money. Plus Black gun clubs created at churches and the top five empowering Black news stories.

47 min2 w ago
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Ep. 104 Raqiyah Mays - Celebration!!!

Ep. 103 Chivon Dean - Ruff Ryders

ECo-founder of Ruff Ryders Records Chivon Dean thinks back on her time starting the label with her brothers Waah and Dee, provides tips on building a family business and LLC. And she discusses her journey transitioning from hip hop into social services along with providing an outlook on DMX’s mental health struggles. Entertainment reporter Ronda Racha Penrice recommends what to watch on TV or VOD to relieve pandemic boredom, the election, & the top five empowering Black news stories of the week.

80 min3 w ago
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Ep. 103 Chivon Dean - Ruff Ryders

Ep. 102: Dr. Monique Morris - Pushout

EDr. Monique Morris, Author & EP of the Documentary "Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools" discusses her work, how she’s raised daughters, and tips for parents on how to work with schools and prepare their children to deal with bias in school systems – whether virtual or in person. Former investment banker and CEO of Kids Who Bank, Jatali Bellanton, joins the The Black Wall Street Report to share investment advice based on who wins the Nov 3. Plus the top 5 Black News stories.

89 minOCT 26
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Ep. 102: Dr. Monique Morris - Pushout

101 The Rza - Wu-Tang Clan

EThe Rza reflects on raising his son during the pandemic, lessons learned from fathering multiple children, the future of Wu-Tang: An American Saga, politics, hip hop, and directing his new film Cut Throat City. Civil rights lawyer and Pres. of Democrats for Education Reform, Shavar Jeffries, discusses the Black male vote and some brothers not vote blue. Journalist Ronda Racha Penric shares new TV shows & films. Plus the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.

71 minOCT 19
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101 The Rza - Wu-Tang Clan

Ep. 100 Hip Hop Pioneer Sheri Sher, On the Record

EEp 100 features a celebration of listener love and a conversation with legendary hip hop pioneer, Sheri Sher, founding member of the Mercedes Ladies, the first all-female Hip Hop group. A domestic violence and sexual assault survivor featured in the movie "On the Record" Sheri shares why she didn’t initially come out against Russell Simmons, how she works to heal, the problem with calling the police on Black men, Black girl tears, WAP, and some of the top five black news stories of the week.

90 minOCT 5
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Ep. 100 Hip Hop Pioneer Sheri Sher, On the Record

Ep. 99 Author James McBride, The Good Lord Bird

EScreenwriter and NY Times bestselling author of "The Color of Water" James McBride, whose TV show based on his novel "The Good Lord Bird" premieres on Showtime in October. McBride discusses the problem with most slave narratives, why his story about abolitionist John Brown is different, Breonna Taylor, and how he creatively focuses during times of trauma against Black lives. Journo Ronda Racha Penrice talks film & TV. Other topics include Eric Garner, Delaware’s first elected Muslim, and more.

46 minSEP 28
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Ep. 99 Author James McBride, The Good Lord Bird

Actor John David Washington, Tenet

EE 98 features Golden Globe-nominated actor and star of the movie Tenet, John David Washington, sharing details of being the first black lead in a Chris Nolan film, acting tips from his parents Pauletta & Denzel Washington, managing his asthma, and dyslexia, the first time he was called the N-Word, and this week’s top 5 Black news stories. Former investment banker and CEO of Kids Who Bank, Jatali Bellanton, joins The Black Wall Street Report with leads on grants and loans for Black Businesses.

45 minSEP 14
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Actor John David Washington, Tenet

Kierna Mayo, Journalist #ChadwickBoseman #RIP

EEpisode 97 of Real Black News features veteran journalist, writer, editor, executive producer, and showrunner of the Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, Kierna Mayo. She discusses the state of Black media, sexual assault in hip hop, her appearance in the movie On the Record, and the sexuality awakening. Other topics include Chadwick Boseman, All Black Lives Matter, Africa eradicating polio, and more.

67 minAUG 30
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Kierna Mayo, Journalist #ChadwickBoseman #RIP

EP. 96 Chikesia Clemons, Activist

EAlabama activist Chikesia Clemons discusses her run for city council after physically and emotionally surviving the trauma of a viral police assault at Waffle House. Chikesia shares how she bounced back, community issues, solutions, advice for assault survivors, & conversations had with her daughter. Other topics include the Jacob Blake, the NBA, March on Washington, reparations rejected, black college enrollment, ongoing Kentucky protests for Breonna Taylor, and more.

60 minAUG 23
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EP. 96 Chikesia Clemons, Activist

Latest Episodes

Ep. 105 Queen Yonasda - Native American Activist

EEpisode 105 features Black & Native American activist/author, Queen Yonasda, who talks about the Native American vote that helped Biden win despite some tribes voting Republican. She shares an update on the Dakota Access Pipeline, water protectors who contracted cancer, corporate terrorism, Revolutionary Healing, and her biggest fight battling cancer. Other topics include Morris Brown U, an #EndSAR update, the first Black astronaut on SpaceX, and the top five empowering Black news stories.

73 min1 w ago
Comments
Ep. 105 Queen Yonasda - Native American Activist

Ep. 104 Raqiyah Mays - Celebration!!!

EA special celebration of the historic win of President-elect Joe Biden and the first woman, Black, and South Asian VP-elect Kamala Harris. Correspondents from across the nation and world chime. ATL-based reporter Ronda Racha Penrice discusses Georgia. Paris-based journalist Epee Dingong the state of emergency lockdown in France. Brit Jatali Bellanton talks NY, the UK, & how Biden’s win will affect money. Plus Black gun clubs created at churches and the top five empowering Black news stories.

47 min2 w ago
Comments
Ep. 104 Raqiyah Mays - Celebration!!!

Ep. 103 Chivon Dean - Ruff Ryders

ECo-founder of Ruff Ryders Records Chivon Dean thinks back on her time starting the label with her brothers Waah and Dee, provides tips on building a family business and LLC. And she discusses her journey transitioning from hip hop into social services along with providing an outlook on DMX’s mental health struggles. Entertainment reporter Ronda Racha Penrice recommends what to watch on TV or VOD to relieve pandemic boredom, the election, & the top five empowering Black news stories of the week.

80 min3 w ago
Comments
Ep. 103 Chivon Dean - Ruff Ryders

Ep. 102: Dr. Monique Morris - Pushout

EDr. Monique Morris, Author & EP of the Documentary "Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools" discusses her work, how she’s raised daughters, and tips for parents on how to work with schools and prepare their children to deal with bias in school systems – whether virtual or in person. Former investment banker and CEO of Kids Who Bank, Jatali Bellanton, joins the The Black Wall Street Report to share investment advice based on who wins the Nov 3. Plus the top 5 Black News stories.

89 minOCT 26
Comments
Ep. 102: Dr. Monique Morris - Pushout

101 The Rza - Wu-Tang Clan

EThe Rza reflects on raising his son during the pandemic, lessons learned from fathering multiple children, the future of Wu-Tang: An American Saga, politics, hip hop, and directing his new film Cut Throat City. Civil rights lawyer and Pres. of Democrats for Education Reform, Shavar Jeffries, discusses the Black male vote and some brothers not vote blue. Journalist Ronda Racha Penric shares new TV shows & films. Plus the top 5 empowering Black news stories of the week.

71 minOCT 19
Comments
101 The Rza - Wu-Tang Clan

Ep. 100 Hip Hop Pioneer Sheri Sher, On the Record

EEp 100 features a celebration of listener love and a conversation with legendary hip hop pioneer, Sheri Sher, founding member of the Mercedes Ladies, the first all-female Hip Hop group. A domestic violence and sexual assault survivor featured in the movie "On the Record" Sheri shares why she didn’t initially come out against Russell Simmons, how she works to heal, the problem with calling the police on Black men, Black girl tears, WAP, and some of the top five black news stories of the week.

90 minOCT 5
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Ep. 100 Hip Hop Pioneer Sheri Sher, On the Record

Ep. 99 Author James McBride, The Good Lord Bird

EScreenwriter and NY Times bestselling author of "The Color of Water" James McBride, whose TV show based on his novel "The Good Lord Bird" premieres on Showtime in October. McBride discusses the problem with most slave narratives, why his story about abolitionist John Brown is different, Breonna Taylor, and how he creatively focuses during times of trauma against Black lives. Journo Ronda Racha Penrice talks film & TV. Other topics include Eric Garner, Delaware’s first elected Muslim, and more.

46 minSEP 28
Comments
Ep. 99 Author James McBride, The Good Lord Bird

Actor John David Washington, Tenet

EE 98 features Golden Globe-nominated actor and star of the movie Tenet, John David Washington, sharing details of being the first black lead in a Chris Nolan film, acting tips from his parents Pauletta & Denzel Washington, managing his asthma, and dyslexia, the first time he was called the N-Word, and this week’s top 5 Black news stories. Former investment banker and CEO of Kids Who Bank, Jatali Bellanton, joins The Black Wall Street Report with leads on grants and loans for Black Businesses.

45 minSEP 14
Comments
Actor John David Washington, Tenet

Kierna Mayo, Journalist #ChadwickBoseman #RIP

EEpisode 97 of Real Black News features veteran journalist, writer, editor, executive producer, and showrunner of the Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, Kierna Mayo. She discusses the state of Black media, sexual assault in hip hop, her appearance in the movie On the Record, and the sexuality awakening. Other topics include Chadwick Boseman, All Black Lives Matter, Africa eradicating polio, and more.

67 minAUG 30
Comments
Kierna Mayo, Journalist #ChadwickBoseman #RIP

EP. 96 Chikesia Clemons, Activist

EAlabama activist Chikesia Clemons discusses her run for city council after physically and emotionally surviving the trauma of a viral police assault at Waffle House. Chikesia shares how she bounced back, community issues, solutions, advice for assault survivors, & conversations had with her daughter. Other topics include the Jacob Blake, the NBA, March on Washington, reparations rejected, black college enrollment, ongoing Kentucky protests for Breonna Taylor, and more.

60 minAUG 23
Comments
EP. 96 Chikesia Clemons, Activist
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