- "Save Our Black Boys" radio every Thursday @ 7:30 pm Eastern
Two Ways to Listen:
1. Listen in Detroit on Radio - 1440AM
Radio Host, Jacqueline Galloway-Blake interviews Stedman Graham.
(Free books are often given away during broadcasts on Thursdays, not on web embedded shows, as above.)
March 22, 2018
Topic: "Church Programs to Support Young Black Males & Respond to Recent Violence"
Guest: Pastor Bryan J. Stevens, Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Powhatan, Virginia
Topic: "Black History - "Slave Trade in Pre-Colonial Africa"
Guest: Phyllis J. Brown, Author, "Gold-Banded Box" and Traveler to 34 Countries, including 14 African Nations
Topic: "Prayers by Black Men Regarding the PoliceViolence - Pt 2
Guests: Elroy Byam
Topic: "World-Class Pianist & Keyboardist Shares His Path to Success and the Benefits of Music"
Guests: Jemuel & Donna-Marie Anderson
Topic: "School to Prison Pipeline"
Guest: Keith Jones, LMSW
A FEW PAST RADIO PROGRAMS - LISTEN ANYTIME
Since producing the Alton Sterling radio program (click link below to listen), another Black man was slain in Minnesota as well as five police officers in Dallas. We join our nation in denouncing all violence and offering prayers and condolences to the families of all victims -
both civilian and police.
July 7, 2016
Topic: Alton Sterling
Another Senseless Murder by Police
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July 14, 2016
Topic: "Prayers by Black Men - Stop the Violence, Heal the Nation"
Guests: Clarence Brown, Babawale Adepoju, Keith Green, Pastor Darius Holden, Marvin D. Shelton
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Topic: "Felon Voting Rights"
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Topic: "Upward Bound - From the 'Hood' to Ph.D. in the Corporate World"
Guest: Dr. Tobricy Gardner, Program Analyst, Department of Defense
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OUR STORY - OUR MISSION
Nation-wide, our African-American males have not experienced the kind of academic success that is resident in their potential - in their genes.
Graduation rates, test scores and college entrance rates could be higher.
Drop-out rates and suspension and expulsion rates amongst our boys should be lower.
We can do better. Our company is dedicated to improving the academic performance of all students, but especially the lowest-performing students - our Black boys.
The solution is at least three-pronged: Home - School - Community. And so we have developed and implemented a variey of programs and services for each group. Many schools and parents across the nation have already taken advantage of the Save Our Black Boy services.
Our mission is to foster a love of learning in each student. ....To assist educators to skillfully weave culturally relevent information and strategies into everyday academics......and to give parents the inspiration and tools to offer academic support at home.
All of our programs are afrocentric, educational and enriching! Educators and parents in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia, and Georgia have already used our programs.
Students learn to follow their curiosity, to think creatively, and to work both independently and cooperatively with others.
Teachers learn how to celebrate diversity and strive to instill confidence in each child by awakening the "genius in their genes" Workshops teach research-based strategies designed to meet the needs of African-American youth and to give each child support and encouragement to become his or her unique self.
Through instruction that is mindful of their African heritage, Save Our Black Boys students tackle academic curriculum in ways that are engaging, meaningful, and adaptable to a variety of learning styles and fun.
We're prepared to meet the professional development needs of those who serve our African-American youth.
If you are a school superintendent, principal, parent or community-based leader, there is a program designed for your needs. Click "About Us".
To learn more, please click "About Us"