Remembering Fredrick Douglass
With the black American community in disarray with further and further disconnection with our ancestors and forefathers expressed in our destruction of the nuclear family and moral decay, Tony El discusses the status and plight of today’s blacks in America, particularly the black youth, and remembrance of the late great Frederick Douglass with the founder of the Douglass Leadership Institute, Reverend Dean Nelson.
Why Trumpism Still Resonates
President Donald J. Trump still command crowds of hundreds and thousand at every speaking event. Two years after the most controversial election in a lifetime, his base still reveres him and champions his claims of being fraudulently ousted as U.S President. Why is he still a force to reckoned with in American politics?
Why Do The Churches Choose To Be Silent
In these very socially turbulent times, with drastically declining church attendance across the nation, with more people seeking spiritual guidance, and fewer young people seeing religion as irrelevant, one has to ask the puzzling question, why are the churches not outwardly present and engaged as they have been in the past during similar periods?
Black America, The Problem Is Us II
With the stories of high visible black male entertainers Jessie Smollet and Will Smith making headlines due to highly negative imagery, we need to understand that this is a purposeful agenda to devalue and minimize the Black-American community as a whole and the black male in particular. But our cannibalization must stop from within.
Don’t Forget About The Gold
A comprehensive up to date presentation on the importance of gold in the financial success of the nation and the American people.
How Money Works
Tony El talks with John Withers of How Money Works Literacy Campaign about the book How Money Works- Stop Being A Sucker, the organization, its goal, and its purpose in combating the troubling state of financial and economic literacy education in America.