(VIDEO) Van Jones talks about his friend Prince the humanitarian

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com Friday, April 22nd, 2016, 10:29 PM EST The sudden death of Prince Rogers Nelson on Thursday, April 21st, 2016 has hit many people around the world very hard.  There have been non stop news reports of people remembering Prince for being a musical genius but also a kind, gentle person and a real humanitarian who donated a lot of money to help various groups and causes.  As his friend Van Jones explains in this interview from CNN with Don Lemon, because of his Jehovah’s Witness religion…

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Legendary music artist Prince found Dead at age 57

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com Thursday, April 21st, 2016, 1:43 PM EST, Updated 2:52PM EST Listen to podcasts of The Michael Imhotep Show The legendary artist know to the world as Prince has died today at age 57 TMZ is reporting.  His publicist has confirmed this with NBCNews. The announcement on Thursday afternoon of the death of Prince came a few hours after authorities in Carver County, Minnesota responded to Prince’s Paisley Park estate in the town of Chanhassen. He we was a 7 time Grammy Award winning artist and played…

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Hidden Colors 4 Extended Preview – The Culture of Harming Black People

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com Monday, April 18th, 2016, 10:37AM EST Listen to podcasts of The Michael Imhotep Show Director Tariq Nasheed has educated a lot of African Americans and people of African descent around the world with his blockbuster trilogy “Hidden Colors”.  For that matter, there have been people of other ethnic groups and races who have seen the films as well.  People around the world have been watching these documentaries, studying and have been truly effected positively by thousands of years of African history they did not know existed…

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Dr. Greg Carr – Jackie Robinson, The Color Barrier & The Destruction of The Negro Baseball Leagues

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com Friday, April 15th 2016, 11:55PM EST Today is the anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the unwritten “Color Barrier” in Major League Baseball on April 15th, 1947 for the Brooklyn Dodgers.    On April 13th, 2016 Michael Imhotep on “The Roland Martin Show” interviewed Dr. Greg Carr, Chair of The Afro American Studies Dept. at Howard University.  Michael Imhotep is the founder of The African History Network as was guest hosting “The Roland Martin Show”.   They discussed “Jackie Robinson, The Color Barrier and The Destruction of The Negro…

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(VIDEO) Rev. Jesse Jackson Spoke Loudly Against Clinton Crime Bill In 1994

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com Wednesday, April 13th, 2016, 1:38 PM EST, Updated 2:03 PM EST As we revisit the 1994 Crime Bill signed into law by President Bill Clinton on Sept. 13th, 1994 and championed and partly crafted by Sen. Joe Bidden, it is important to look at the voices who were opposed to the bill.  In this video clip from a Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) Event Weekend in Sept. 1994, Rev. Jesse Jackson expresses outrage over the Bill and the impact it will have on the African American Community. …

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Kathleen Cleaver – Why We Wear Our Hair Like This – 1968

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com April 12th, 2016, 12:07 AM EST In this short video, Kathleen Cleaver one time Communications Secretary for The Black Panther Party for Self Defense discusses why African American were wearing their hair naturally in the late 1960s.  She was once married to Eldridge Cleaver who was the Panther’s Minister of Information.  Kathleen Cleaver explains how for years African American women had been shown countless images of White women with straight hair and light eyes and they were told this is what beauty was so they tried…

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A History of How The War On Drugs Has Been A War on People of Color

by Michael Imhotep, TheMichaelImhotepShow.com Friday, April 8th, 2016, 10:01AM EST This is a shocking look at how far back in history the ‘War on Drugs’ has been used as a tool to oppress African Americans and people of Color.  Ethan Nadelmann is the founder and executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, a New York City-based non-profit organization working to end the War on Drugs. Listen to podcasts of The Michael Imhotep Show When we look at the history of Drug Laws in this country we see that the laws…

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