Big Ben Show – 16.04.15 (with Andrew Muhammed, Prof Paul Reynolds & OBV)

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Big Ben Show – 02.04.15 (with Teena Lashmore & Yahaya Kiyingi)

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Big Ben Show – 19.03.15 (with Lee Jasper & Rashid Nix)

This was week 2 of me presenting the Big Ben Show alone without Lester Holloway. Guest were Activist Lee Jasper and Green Party Candidate Rashid Nix Green Party. Its no holds barred people.

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Women and The Vote – Mine and Other Voices

I was asked to write a blog for this months edition of GRIT. A monthly blog highlighting issues affecting women. The organisation is headed up by Reena Ranger, Founder and Chairwoman of Women Empowered.   As it coming up to election

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ElevateHer – #CASSWomen

I’ve been involved in the organisation of an event, by and for women to be held on Monday 16th March at University of East London, CASS School of Education. For more information, Click Here The event was inspired by my

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Stagnant Pond?

Stagnant pond…L & D That’s the claim Are we? Stag-a-nant Oooo-oor… Are we waiting, wanting for more? (I’ve  been called cynical before.)   L&D….Can’t You See I’m doing this for you…not me L&D….Can’t You See I’m doing this for you…not me  

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Have You Heard??

It’s the networked age. There is so much stuff. For me its always personal. All opinions are my own. On any given day. I do not fight (unless provoked.) Love is far better, in my experience. Much love, s0ngb1rd

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"I tell Black men's hidden stories, and separate them from the stories others impose on them." - Dr. T. Hasan Johnson Created by Dr. T. Hasan Johnson of CSU Fresno's Africana Studies Program, the concept of Black Masculinism highlights the need and value of progressive Black Masculinities in the Black community. Although they are all around us, many overlook progressive Black men and focus only on problematic expressions of Black masculinity. This site is a mixture of reflections, current events, popular culture observations, and meditations on progressive Black masculinities. Also, every spring, students in my Fresno State course AFRS 130T: The Black Male Experience post their Black Elder Projects, exhibiting a wide variety of examples of the myriad ways that Black men exemplify progressive masculinities that often go unrecognized in relation to their representations in popular media. This site was created in order to help people imagine Black masculinities in a less restrictive, more humane fashion.

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