Let's Talk Race Now
By Addi Banks
Bread Of Life Spiritual readings are just the word you need to inspire, encourage and confirm your belief in God.
Let's Talk Race NowJan 29, 2022
Let's Talk Race Now Show Fred Foreman Interview
Let’s Talk Race Now and let’s talk with everyday people. Addi Banks interviews guests from all walks of life to record their race and ethnic experiences. Today, Ms. Banks interviews Fred Foreman, Sr. He is a Motivational Speaker who shares insight on self-unity and he founded One Blood (Movement of Unity), where he shares ways to unit all races.
Bread Of Life Love's Greatest Gift
Love is the greatest gift from God and we witness it through overcoming the astray challenges in our life. Making the blessings to celebrate and use for good.
Bread Of Life Genuine Hope
When the world is falling around us, when COVID and everything that felt normal is challenged, where do we turn? Your faith is on trial. There is genuine hope.
Know Black History Hattie McDaniel
"I'd rather play a maid for $700 a week than work as one for $7 a week." Meet Hattie McDaniel who was the first Black American to win an Oscar Award.
Out of the Rocks Psalms 78
Why we must teach our children and next generations God's Truth.
Bread Of Life The Purpose of Suffering
Comfort and understanding are found in God's word and purposes.
Bread Of Life The Testing
Do you really trust God?
Bread Of Life Current Battles
Be reassured by God's plans for Homeland and lives.
Bread Of Life "Your Life's Passion
Understanding the scripture, "money is the root of all evil."
Bread Of Life "Quarantined By Fear"
The coronavirus has shaken faith with fear. Luke 12 reminds us why we must refocus on God and Kindgom.
Bread Of Live "The Ticking Watch"
Wait on the Lord. Psalms 37 reassures believers that despite attacks, famine, mistreatment, trust and wait on the Lord. The enemy will be put away and the righteous will inherit the land. Because they believe.
Bread Of Life "Waiting For A Blessing"
Habakkuk like us asked how long before or blessings will come? The answer is the same for all.
Bread Of Life "Returning Home"
At the bottom of Identity is Homeland. The place within our heart regardless of residence.
Bread Of Life "Surviving Drought"
When the challenges of life arrive, what do you do? Trust God and stay planted in God's structured plan for you or do you tumble away like the tumbleweed?
Bread Of Life "Do We Matter?"
Life is short and sometimes we feel like a brief blip on life's radar. What is the answer?
Bread Of Life "Fire In The Desert"
Who knows the mind of God? When Moses was charged with leading enslaved people to freedom, God was witnessed in a flaming bush. Extraordinary as the task before Moses, God revealed a plan for his people laid 600 years before. African slaves found placement in a new world for a reason that only God knew. Hear the truths than answer this "why".
IN THE NEWS JAPAN
BLACK LIVES MATTER PUSHES JAPAN TO CONFRONT RACISM
My first presentation of In The News, issues of racism, inclusion and homeland practices begins with an article of bias outside of the United States. This is to emphasize that what we call “racism” for lack of holistic terminology for ethnic bias, is a global concern. Look beyond your territorial borders and understand truths that apply to all nations and all people.
Bread Of Life Getting Here
We question the uncomfortable places we land in our lives. How did I get here? Review Job's story of trial and hope and redemption. Reflect on a people who witness to God's HOPE by continuing to RISE.
Our History Johnson Publishing Company
John H. Johnson was an unlikely candidate for success. Listen to his story of faith, hard work, supporters and achieving the American Dream.
Bread Of Life Father's Ways
1 Samuel 8:3
Our History Black Wall Street Millionare
The notorious Jeremiah Hamilton. What a story.
Bread Of Life Kind Correction
Biblical reading and messages that reflect on race relations.
Our History Beginnings of ADOS Patriotism
In the beginning..... before the Revolutionary War, Blacks in the colonies served the land in allegiance to the country they wished to call their own. They have served in every war since. Now You Know
Let's Talk Race Atrocity News
10 News stories of Black Atrocity news that you need to know. Now You Know
Black Women In History Sara Washington
Know a Black Woman Business Titan. Madam Sara Spencer Washington was that and more. Listen to her story of building businesses, building lives, building community and changing race relations in New Jersey. Then ask, if they can do that why are they not as wealthy as whites and ethnic groups? Answer, generational wealth is built on multiple family member stepping stones. Every generation Blacks get on the rock but foundations are shaken by institutional racism and we must start new rock climbing again. NOW YOU KNOW
Our History Titan S.B. Fuller
What's race got to do with it? Black American Business titan was wildly successful. He stated that it was not about "race" but drive, initiative and understanding capitalism that was your passport to success. Hear his story and your decide if race is relevant. Now You Know
Black Women In History NNBL
Black women and Black men answered the call to entrepreneurship during slavery and immediately after slavery. This continued in every generation since slavery in America. Our culture has never relegated women to leisure class only participants as an ideal lifestyle. Emphasis on being your best by using God-given talents was and is relevant for men and women. Meet the first women representatives of Booker T. Washington's National Negro Business League meeting in Boston, MA in 1900.
Our History "The Rube"
Andrew "Rube" Foster was a Negro baseball player, manager and team owner who was so distinctive that he earned the title “Father of Negro Baseball.” Learn of his life and contribution to America, in spite of. Black Americans have been accused of achieving the impossible. They did then and they do today. NOW YOU KNOW
Our History Mr. Gaston's Resolve
A G. Gaston, The Black Titan of Birmingham, Alabama was not prepared for what he saw from his office window in 1963, but it changed his life. Hear his journey and his turn around story. NOW YOU KNOW
Black Women In History Bessie Coleman
You know the name and have seen her pictures. Now know the life of Ms. Bessie Coleman, Black aviatrix. Now You Know.