01.09.16 Brothers Helping Brothers Radio Show: Do We Need Tougher Curfew Laws? (SoundCloud Audio)
A discussion of the "mayhem at The Mall" and the need for a youth curfew.
01.06.2016: The Freedom, Justice & Equality Report–No to 28th Street Bakos Liquor
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01.02.2016 Brothers Helping Brothers Radio Show: Ringing in the New Year–What's Your Favorite Scripture?
Forgive the first minute or so, a bit garbled and rough. The challenges of getting in and out from show to show...
One Mo'pinion: Thoughts At The Close of 2015 (Thought, Blog)
It's a struggle to get our minds right in preparing for the mission to do for ourselves, our people, our communities and our future. This demands that we organize how we seek to live, think and act upon reaching the goals that we seek to accomplish. Under this idea, let us order our steps and think about how we want to work toward improving the quality of life, health and economic empowerment of West Louisville and do so recognizing that we live in a 21st century global economy.
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Habari Gani? Kujichagulia!
Kujichagulia: To define ourselves, name ourselves, create for ourselves, and speak for ourselves.
Let the residents of West Louisville be the ones to determine the future and direction of our communities. It is in our hands if we seize it.
12.26.2015 Brothers Helping Brothers Radio Show: Are There Enough Good Black Men For Marriage? (SoundCloud Audio)
With special Sister Helping Brothers guest Lailah Hampton-El of KYLA and the Afrikan Village to talk with us on Black Men and relationships!
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