TruthWorks Network Radio

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In a 1985 interview with Janice Graham, the founder of TruthWorks Network, Dr. Amos Wilson said this, “ If we do not persist to talk with each other in respect in regard to our condition  we cannot expect to ever raise ourselves up  . . .  independent conscious talk show like give us that opportunity, to organize, regroup and build consensus and affirmation. It assists us in raising ourselves up  . . .  there are dire consequences when we do not engage in honest and serious dialogue with each other, if we do not ultimately we  head toward total demise.”

TruthWorks Network offers programming which values, maximizes and includes the special perspectives of Black American.  Ours is a platform and microphone for the “Black truth” on America.  It is a place where we come to examine, declare our injury, heal ourselves and prepare for new battles with new solutions.  At TruthWorks, we dare to believe in the Power of Truth.

Talk radio engaging in discussions and providing informed knowledge of contemporary world  political events and issues. Presentation of ideas, research and scholarship as a basis of analysis.  Informed dialogue, hosted by knowledgeable and experienced voices.

This is serious talk radio, focusing on TALK THAT MATTERS.

The Black Voice Radio Collaborative on the Internet

Live and Call-In Talk Radio

Talk radio engaging in discussions and providing informed knowledge of contemporary world  political events and issues. Presentation of ideas, research and scholarship as a basis of analysis.  Informed dialogue, hosted by knowledgeable and experienced voices. This is serious talk radio, focusing on TALK THAT MATTERS.

The Black Voice Collaborative on Blog Talk Radio. Presenting some of the best more concise voices which examine, analyze and explore issues about and for the Black community.  From insightful and in-depth with scholars and activist to authentic discussion about organizational and individual change; our spirit and spirtual barometors; our place in the global village;   Black families, relationships and children, the hip-hop swagger of Black politics and event; and, commonsense, hard-hitting “just damn push-back political smackdown” . . .

Discover     YourSELF   on Truthworks Network Radio

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