Headlined, The War Report on Public Education, February 12, 2017

Broadcast Date: 
February 12, 2017
 
Please join Internet radio host Dr. James Avington Miller Jr. for the second of a four part series for Black History Month. The series is exploring the 400 year struggle for freedom, justice, and equality affecting African Americans, and how these struggles have contributed to their current social, cultural, social-economic status in the context of a political economy within America.

This week Dr. Miller will be teaching about the origins of the student movement that changed the face and nature of higher education institutions, and gave birth to AFRICAN AND AFRICAN- AMERICAN STUDIES.

Part three on February 19 will expose the origin of racist ideology, racist political theology, white supremacy, and white racial rage.

The final show on February 26 willl focus on the rise and fall of the black middle class elite. Dr. Miller will share his own introduction and induction into this group (their children of high school and college age). when he was a senior in high school.

Do not miss Dr. Miller's critical examination of the African and African American experience.

Please tune in on Sunday and learn the origin story - where it all began.

Listen to Part 1 - The Origin Story - This show will open your eyes and you will see that we owe our nation's existence to the first Black Americans. They are our pride and the way they were treated is our shame.
http://bbsradio.com/podcast/war-report-public-education-february-5-2017

Knowledge is power!

RESISTANCE MATTERS
RESISTANCE IS NOT FUTILE
RESISTANCE IS THE HIGHEST FORM OF EXPRESSION OF DEMOCRACY
RESISTANCE IS SURVIVAL