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Black Nationalist podcast strategizing Black Empowerment for the global African community. Click website for more. #BitterMedicine #bittermedz #podcast #blog​

Black Nationalist podcast strategizing Black Empowerment for the global African community. Click website for more. #BitterMedicine #bittermedz #podcast #blog​
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United States

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Black Nationalist podcast strategizing Black Empowerment for the global African community. Click website for more. #BitterMedicine #bittermedz #podcast #blog​

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@bittermedz

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English

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(361) 524-8837


Episodes

We's Sick Boss Syndrome And White Celebrity Suicides

6/10/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss the sickness a lot of Negroes suffer from: the "We's Sick Boss?!" Syndrome. In response to recent high-profile white celebrity deaths (Anthony Bourdain & Kate Spade), we see the excessive outpouring of grief from Negroes in the Black community. Granted, Black folks are the most empathetic people on the planet, but this is pathetic and one-sided. It's called the "We's Sick Boss?!" Syndrome. Feeling obligated to speak for,...

Duration:01:14:40

The War On God!!!

6/3/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss the problem of religion as the Achilles heel of Africans (Back people), both historically and presently. From before any encounters with Europeans and Arabs, we have always overdosed on religion, to little or no benefit. It's time to wage war on God now! Listen to learn more. Our June reading for the book club is "King Leopold's Ghost" by Adam Hochschild. Purchases the book:...

Duration:01:49:14

Psychology And Advertising: White Supremacy Ads Work On The Black Community

5/20/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss Psychology and Advertisements. Ads play on your feelings or emotions by creating positive associations between the product and our behaviors going forward. Emotions are natural; however, very dangerous. Because people rely on emotions, rather than information (mental), to make brand decisions, the emotional responses to ads are more influential on a person’s intent going forward, than on the content of an ad. Advertisers play...

Duration:01:27:51

From Montu Arts To JailHouse/Rock 52 Blocks: A Discussion With Diallo Frazier

5/14/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we have a discussion with 52 Blocks practitioner, Diallo Frazier. We discuss his book “The Tao of 52: The Discovery of the Lost Science. About the Book: “The Tao of 52 is one of the first books of its kind to give the history and philosophy of the Afrikan-Amerikan combat system 52 Blocks. 52 Blocks is the combat system that was developed during slavery, mastered in prison and perfected on the streets. The Tao of 52 gives the reader a...

Duration:02:32:21

#BLACKGUNSMATTER: A Discussion With MAJ TOURE On 2a Rights And Urban Communities

5/13/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss Second Amendment rights and the Black community with Maj Touré. We discuss a number of related topics, starting with the racist history of gun laws enacted against Black/African community in America; to how urban communities can solve the repressive gun laws in their locale; to how the NRA and #BLACKGUNSMATTER can assist in this area; and finally, we discuss how being a hip-hop artist influenced Maj Touré to become a 2nd...

Duration:01:54:02

The Bitter Medicine Book Club Ad

5/12/2018
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Every month we will select a book to inspire The Bitter Medicine podcast listening audience to read along together. At the end of each month, we will host a call-in show for a book discussion. This is a great dynamic way for Black readers to not only enjoy a book, but also have others to bounce ideas off of. Head over to https://goo.gl/ZAKomm and subscribe to our Newsletter for important updates. Join Us TODAY and empower yourselves, your families, and your community! Peace.

Duration:00:01:15

Sankofa And "The Raging Elephant Film": A Discussion With Filmmaker Gunnar Dessources

4/30/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we have a discussion with filmmaker Gunnar Dessources, concerning the process of making a film, telling Black-centric stories, and what it was like filming his directorial film debut “The Raging Elephant”. The Raging Elephant Synopsis: Jean Negus Peralte and Nehunda Winnie Kandake are a typical African-American, loving couple, who live in and love NYC. They enjoy every facet of NYC without, however, really paying attentions to the ugly...

Duration:02:17:28

Starbucks: Heralds of Gentrification/ Ethnic Cleansing/ Genocide in the Black Community

4/22/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss Gentrification. Gentrification is a white way of saying Ethnic Cleansing and Genocide. We begin the conversation with a discussion of recent events where 2 Philadelphia Black men were arrested in a Starbucks for being black. In case you don’t know: Places like Starbucks, Whole Foods, and Trader Joes stores are heralds for gentrification. By the time you see one of these stores pop-up in your neighborhood, it’s no longer...

Duration:01:51:04

EGO: The Black Man's Enemy From Within And Without

4/8/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss EGO. Ego is a person’s sense of self-esteem or self-importance. It is where one pursues their dreams and ambition, often leaving suffering and destruction in its wake. Historically we Africans come from the collective consciousness of the tribe; no individual self. Our identity was a group identity; part of nature and the universe. Technology changed this: as we created new tools and technology it allowed individuals to...

Duration:01:08:43

Race and Economic Disparities [pt2] (The Bitter Medicine x The Pro-Black Perspective) Podcast

3/25/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show, we continue the discussion of a NYT article on "Race and Economic Disparities." with Onitaset of the Pro-Black Perspective podcast. The article can be found here: https://goo.gl/xW95cN In part 1, we began the show with a reading of a 2013 article in The Guardian, called “Why I hate being a black man” by Orville Lloyd Douglas. This article highlights black self-hatred and illustrates how Black people view themselves through the prism of...

Duration:01:24:10

Race And Economic Disparities [Pt1] (The Bitter Medicine X The Pro - Black Perspective) Podcast

3/25/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss a NYT article on "Race and Economic Disparities.". The article can be found here: https://goo.gl/xW95cN We begin the show with a reading of a 2013 article in The Guardian, called “Why I hate being a black man” by Orville Lloyd Douglas. This article highlights black self-hatred and illustrates how Black people view themselves through the prism of white supremacists thinking. The article can be found here: https://goo.gl/MWq2zX...

Duration:01:38:21

A Black Panther Movie REVIEW - NO SPOILERS

2/18/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we give a Black Empowerment review of the Black Panther movie. No spoilers. Chadwick Boseman vs. Michael B. Jordan; Black Panther vs. Killmonger; Black Nationalism vs. Pan-Africanism. Listen to learn more. DONATE 2 THE SHOW: https://goo.gl/pTFiAC Follow Us on: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bittermedz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BitterMedici... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bittermedicine Tumblr:...

Duration:00:59:59

Discussing The Little White Lie Of Race & I.Q. Correlation

2/11/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss the White people lie that Black people have a lower average I.Q., versus every other race. It’s a lie and they know it! They don’t discuss I.Q. scores with each other. The goal of I.Q. tests is to measure intelligence and thus academic potential and likelihood for success. It’s a known fact that intelligence is affected by environmental factors; something that the I.Q. test does not account for. See the issue? Furthermore,...

Duration:01:19:09

The Importance Of Think Tanks In The Black Community

2/4/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss the importance of Think Tanks in the Black community. Think Tanks can be viewed as research universities filled with social engineers and idea brokers working to further the cause of the Black community. Essentially, Think Tanks function to mobilize the expertise of its participants in a way that influences political policy making. Not only is it important to make policies for the here and now, but it is very important to be...

Duration:01:02:38

Discussing African-centered Education, Love, and Activism with Natacha X

1/29/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss African-centered Education, Black Love, and Political Prisoner Activism with Natcha X. Listen to learn more. About Natacha X: Natacha X is an educator, activist and artists who is a warrior for her people. She works tirelessly within the community helping children learn about their history and preparing them for the future. She is the Co-founder of Melanin Mavens, a life style company that helps empower African people in the...

Duration:01:34:55

Mo’Nique Speaks On Netflix, Gender & Racial Equality And Our Alternative To Boycotting

1/25/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss the recent revelation by comedienne Mo’Nique of receiving a low-ball offer from Netflix to do a stand-up special on their platform. The Academy Award winner is calling out Netflix for allegedly offering her $500K for a stand-up comedy special while offering millions to Amy Schumer, Dave Chappelle, and Chris Rock. Mo’Nique is asking the community to boycott Netflix. Amy Schumer was initially offered $11 million from Netflix and...

Duration:01:12:20

The Real SH!TH0LE Country And Why N0RWAY Was Mentioned

1/14/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss the recent alleged comments by U.S. President Donald Trump, that Haiti and Africa are “shithole” countries and that the U.S. should seek to bring in more people from Norway. There is much historical relevance as to why Trump would suggest importing Nordic or Norwegian peoples. Listen to learn more. DONATE 2 THE SHOW: https://goo.gl/pTFiAC Follow Us on: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/bittermedz Facebook:...

Duration:01:08:21

Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) X Black Society

1/11/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we discuss how Blacks globally need to put more effort into STEM field representation. STEM stands for Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics. The STEM field is responsible for over half of the growth of the U.S. economy since WW2. By becoming more STEM centered, we can boost the economics of the Black community in similar ways by creating jobs with higher than average salaries; lower black unemployment rates by creating quality...

Duration:01:26:06

Conscious Snake Oil Salesmen/ Con Artists/ Hustlers In The Black Community

1/8/2018
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https://www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we briefly discuss the history of snake oil salesmen; con artist; hustlers in the conscious community of Black society. Generally, the hustler is the worst of Black society and can be even more devastating in the conscious community. Malcolm X, a former hustler, had the following to say about hustlers: “And because I had been a hustler, I knew better than all whites knew, and better than nearly all of the black 'leaders' knew, that...

Duration:00:49:40

Umar Johnson vs Tariq Nasheed: Conscious Beefs and the Black LEADERSHIP Deficit

1/3/2018
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www.bittermedicineblogs.com – On today’s show we have a simulcast (The Bitter Medicine Podcast x The Pro-Black Perspective) discussing the lack of true Black Leadership. This is a very timely topic as Tariq Nasheed and Dr. Umar Johnson recently had a public falling out. This hurts the Black community, but the Black community is at fault: we never vetted these individuals. We never demanded that these people rise up through the ranks of an organization like the late elders, Martin Luther King...

Duration:01:33:28