Necessary Blackness Podcast

Necessary Blackness Ep: 123 – RED PILL Speaks Black Society, Spiritual Growth, Hip-Hop & Healthy Living

Necessary Blackness Podcast got a chance to go live with Red Pill on Youtube and Facebook. We talked about the state of Black Society, Spiritual Growth, Hip-Hop & Healthy Living. Tune in, Like, and Subscribe.   The post Necessary Blackness Ep: 123 – RED PILL Speaks Black Society, Spiritual Growth, Hip-Hop & Healthy Living appeared first on Elementary Genocide.

Dr. Carmen Johnson Speaks on Being Framed & Sentenced

  Today we are interviewing Carmen Johnson who was falsely accused and sentenced for Residential Mortgage Fraud. Maryland native served 57 months in prison followed by five years supervised release. Carmen R. Johnson, PhD, community activist and humanitarian, and is here with us today to discuss the why she was targeted, falsely accused and the aftermath of the situation. The post Dr. Carmen Johnson Speaks on Being Framed & Sentenced appeared first on Elementary Genocide.

Necessary Blackness Ep: 120 – PLANDEMIC COVID-19 No Need To Panic

Necessary Blackness Podcast had the opportunity to interview Keidi Obi Awadu on his recently released book, “Panic: What the Coronavirus Pandemic Tells Us About the State of the World”. Brother Keidi spoke in-depth about the fear and anxiety caused by sensationalist news headlines giving misinformation on COVID-19. Rahiem Shabazz and Marci Li got a chance to speak to Black America’s most notable dissenting voice against the COVID-19 pandemic and why he is against vaccines. The post Necessary Blackness Ep: 120 – PLANDEMIC COVID-19 No Need To Panic appeared first on Elementary Genocide.

Necessary Blackness Ep: 118 – ReCap of the ‘Foundation Black American Conference’ FBAC2020″

Necessary Blackness Podcast received the distinction of being present at #FBAC2020. Rahiem Shabazz had the honor of speaking to the sold-out crowd mass incarceration, the war on drugs, and the connection between slavery, capitalism, and the prison industrial complex, all of which are discussed in his award-winning documentary series, “Elementary Genocide“. Rahiem Shabazz also delved into what it means to be a Foundation Black American (FBA). The event was attended by Shabazz along with his Co-Host Marci Li.   Great acknowledgment should be given to Tariq Nasheed for having the insight and courage to pull off this heroic event. Peep the recap and don’t miss next year’s event!!!! IG: @RahiemShabazz IG: @4EverMarciLi     The post Necessary Blackness Ep: ...

Necessary Blacknesss Podcast Ep: 117 – Blue Lives Matter A Protective Class?

  In this episode of Necessary Blackness Podcast, Rahiem Shabazz and Marci Li discuss the recent shootings of 2 Los Angeles Sheriffs. Joe Biden tweeted that the act was “Unconscionable” while some celebrate in the streets. What’s the proper response when “the open enemy” is on the receiving end of Karma?   The post Necessary Blacknesss Podcast Ep: 117 – Blue Lives Matter A Protective Class? appeared first on Elementary Genocide.