Guess Who's Coming to Radio??!! on 01/10/13
we have been away for a while, but we are back and ready to present radio which is about positivity, awareness and pro-activity! for us, every day is a new day, not just a new year. it's a new day to grow, learn and engage.
many people have processed at some point, the state of the world around 21 december 2012. while so many were focused on this specific date, what the mayans were actually speaking to, we are seeing come to pass. we are now at an age where we are faced with a crucial decision: to stand for justice or stand for something else. many speak to this idea that we are being deceived by certain foces and yet this remains an idea, when indeed it is fact. there are an incredible number of distractions presented to us, and despite stating opposition to this constant deception people continue to believe the 'official story'.
along these lines we will be speaking with min. paul scott, speaking to the recent PBS special 'the abolitionists' as well as 'django unchained' and by extension 'lincoln'; asking the question of why films about the maafa (the afrikan holocaust) are spoken with primarily european voices, when afrikan directors who speak to the same subject matter are told by film companies that their films are unmarketable. also, in major films regarding afrikan characters and subjects, a european/white star is also a primary character.
"TRUTH Minista" Paul Scott is a minister, writer, lecturer and activist. He has been a guest on talk shows across the country including Hannity and Colmes (Fox News), Fox News Live, Nachman (MSNBC), Hot 97 (NY), The Bev. Smith Show, Mancow Morning Show, Mike Medved Show, Russ Parr Morning Show, Mo in the Midday WVON (Chicago), Tom Pope Show (DC) Newstalk 1010 (Toronto) discussing the issues of Rap, Race, Religion and Revolution. He has been interviewed by many newspapers including the USA Today and the Christian Science Monitor. Scott has lectured at universities across the country including West Virginia University and Clemson. Scott was ordained a Baptist minister in 1998; he later went on to coin the phrase Afrikan Liberation Theology, which is "Black Liberation Theology for the Hip Hop Generation." After forming the New Righteous Movement, Scott formed the Messianic Afrikan Nation in 2003.
he also writes pieces for the STL hop hop site: stlhiphop.ning.com/, which is where you can find his piece on 'the abolitionists', amongst other musings on hip hop culture.
we have so much to speak about in this first show of 2013. we welcome your calls and conversation!