Voice of Reason (special guests Corey Holcomb, RizzaIslam & Bobby Glanton-Smith) Why he won’t Go to Church in 2019?

SG: Corey Holcomb, RizzaIslam
& Bobby Glanton-Smith

“Man·Sions/man(t)SH(ə)n/:
Why he won’t Go to Church in 2019?
In 2019 is (Western)
Religion still Necessary for Black People? Continue reading

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Last Show Of 2018

Rounding out 2018 the first year of the Yanadameen Godcast, the panel welcomes Detroit’s own Champtown who has released a documentary titled “The Untold Story of Detroit Hip Hop”.

The cast look back on some of the events of 2018, discuss what music releases of this year they still play, and debate whether political correctness is eroding freedom? Continue reading

“Why Was Black Generation X Fatherless?: A Brief Statement On Why Many Black Men “Left” the Family In The 1970s” by T. Hasan Johnson, Ph.D. – Black Masculinism and New Black Masculinities

Great read….If I had not met my wife, I most def would have retired from dating, which I kind of did in a lot of ways….. divide and conquer is working…

I have known pissed off Black men all my life. The permanent scowl I saw them wear taught me much, but it wasn’t until young adulthood that I found out the plethora of reasons why they—no, WE—wore it. In a short period of time between the 1960s and 1970s, the following policies became ensconced in law, dramatically changing reality for Black males nationally. Continue reading

10-16-18 The Corey Holcomb 5150 Show – Older Women w/Younger Men, Cruises, & Guest Suggestions – YouTube

Looks like D and her low key BS is coming to a head from the YT comments…

Note: We had some audio issues on this show.

via 10-16-18 The Corey Holcomb 5150 Show – Older Women w/Younger Men, Cruises, & Guest Suggestions – YouTube

Black Love in 2018 – A Model of Love during Economic Scarcity

Attorney Antonio Moore discusses the layout of love in the African American community as we enter 2018 and the shrinking of black wealth nationally.

Drakism And Our Emotional Breakdown https://allhiphop.com/2013/10/14/drak…

The larger question is have our relationships fell prey to emotions that are out of control entirely? In-between all of the the Instagram selfies and Facebook self portraits, has the development of the identity of ME and pseudo self dependence created a clash with our ability to connect with one another intimately? To understand the argument you must first start with an understanding of intimacy, not the physical cuddling or emotional coddling. The part where you are open enough to care to your core for someone else as a mate. I see an emotional gap between people in modern American relationships across race, whereby we did not just lose functional roles with the casting away of many social values over the last 30 years. We had an emotional break where (in some cases) as framed within Drake’s lyrics, men sadly now shed more tears than women when it’s decided it’s over, and more often than ever women fight far too little to get the connection back.

via Black Love in 2018 – A Model of Love during Economic Scarcity – YouTube