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Poethnic Justice Podcast

Poethnic Justice Podcast

By The Stormy Poet Compositions
Family, The Poethnic Justice Podcast seeks to utilize and promote the power of literature and literacy for the purpose of challenging and eradicating the systemic oppression of black society. Via the language arts and social commentary, the members of this podcast will seek to formulate strategies geared toward empowering black society against the many threats it faces and towards eradicating racism from society, permanently. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet
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So...Systemic Racism Is Bad. Just What Are You Gonna Do About It?
Poethnic Justice Family, I hope this day bids you well, and welcome to another addition of #PoethnicJustice. There are no shortage of mouthpieces available to talk about how bad racism is and how we need to get rid of it. The question seldom asked is, just how are we to effectively accomplish that?   Is it by spreading more love and understanding?    Is it by having more diversity and inclusion?    Is voting for the Democrats the answer?    Is better education the solution?    Why has racism persisted so long in our society, and how did it come to  exist in the first place?    In this edition of #PoethnicJustice, I discuss how my 1st underground book and 3rd written book, "Code of Conduct Suggestion Guide for Surviving, Comprehending, & Fully Dismantling Systematic Racism/White Supremacy", answers all these questions in full. I do so using verifiable and factual information, not on feelings and theories. To retrieve your copy of the most controversial document in America, free of charge, e-mail "I want a copy" to tsp@TheStormyPoet.com (You will never be put on any e-mail lists, and your e-mail address will never be shared). This book is ONLY available by request. It's time to #GetCodedUp. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet   Published Books & All Media Platforms: https://linktr.ee/TheStormyPoet
01:10:47
May 12, 2022
War Documents Against Racism: A Synopsis of Malcolm X's Autobiography
Family, In this edition of the Poethnic Justice Podcast, I'll be giving a synopsis of Malcolm X's biography and why I feel it is one of the best books ever written and why I feel it is one of the most important and strategic war documents in existence that can be utilized to successfully combat systematic racism. Please feel free to join this much-needed discussion in the comment section below. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet   Published Books & All Media Platforms: https://linktr.ee/TheStormyPoet
25:51
April 15, 2022
How Anti-Black Racism Is Global: Khalid Muhammad Breaks It Down
Shouts out to ReelBlack for supplying the orginal clip on YouTube. Word. Our master teacher, Khalid Abdul Muhammad breaks down how anti-black racism is not just an American thing, but that's it's also, equally, a phenomenon that expands beyond US borders to all the 4 corners of the Earth. Many people will ask, "Why are black people so hated everywhere?" My answer to that is, Neely Fuller and Dr. Frances Cress Welsing already explained that. If you want to know the true answer as to why racism exists, you'll actually care enough to put in the work, on your own, to understand how it works.
00:50
April 15, 2022
Buck Breaking Review: The Importance of Investing in Black Media
In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I review the groundbreaking documentary, Buck Breaking.     Order Your Copy Here: https://buckbreakingmovie.com/ One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet   Published Books & All Media Platforms: https://linktr.ee/TheStormyPoet
40:49
April 15, 2022
The Importance of Black People Knowing How To Carry out Plans: 3 Simple Tips To Make You a Better Planner
Family,   As black people, living under a system designed to bring constant chaos to our lives, it's important we, as a collective, know how to counteract that system with effective planning and strategizing skills.  As the old saying goes, "Winner plan to win; losers fail to plan." Systematic racism's goal is for us to fail in every area of society.  We live under a system that constantly seeks to distract us and to keep our energy spent on activities that either don't better us as a people or that are to our detriment. I wanted to give 3 simple and practical tips I utilize in my own life that have brought me success, and I believe these are useful practices we can all take advantage of to produce counteractive elements to the system of anti-black racism. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet
13:12
April 15, 2022
The Lack of Black Writing Support Groups: Supporting Each Other Like White Writers & Readers Do
To My Fellow Black Wordsmiths, I took this audio from one of my writing meetings I host here in Tarrant Country, TX called Wordsmiths & Readers of Tarrant (WRT), a group I started so local writers and artists in the area could have a place to actually discuss and explore the craft of the language arts. The splendid young lady I'm speaking to goes by the pen name Nai Williams (http://tiny.cc/fxavtz). Our meeting dialogue gravitated towards the issue, being that we're both black writers, of how black novelists and poets don't have the same types of support networks and peer groups white writers have, which makes it extremely difficult for us to stay motivated as artists. In this edition of Poethnic Justice, where I like to cover how literary art is an effective tool in fighting white supremacy, we discuss some solutions to this dilemma that all black writers face. Please feel free to join the discussion. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
09:03
April 15, 2022
The Different Ranks of Racism & the Purpose They Serve
Fellow Comrades, What are the different types of racists, and what roles do they serve in maintaining the white power structure?  In this edition of the #PoethnicJustice podcast, I break down all the racial dynamics and how to identify what someone who is against black society looks like.  You're all welcome to join the discussion. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
01:09:37
April 15, 2022
Who Told Black People To Celebrate Holidays & Why
Family, Can we, as black people, even articulate why we celebrate holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Are we doing so because it benefits us in any way as a group?  If so, how does it benefit us by celebrating holidays we didn't even create and that are even meant for us?   Let's discuss. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering to you in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
11:03
April 15, 2022
Eliminating Jealousy Culture from Black Society
Comrades, In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I wanted to break down jealousy culture in black society. Being that black people have been historically and modernly starved for resources, we often see another black who is prosperous and excelling as them somehow "taking away opportunities from us."   Where did this mindset of how we feel about each other originate?   This mindset is cancer to our progress as black people, and I wanted to provide what I feel is a solution to our culture of despising the success of those who look like us.  Please join in the conversation. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering to you in some way, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet
13:27
April 15, 2022
How Black People Mastered the Art of Distracting Themselves
Family, When it comes to the issue of dealing with racism/white supremacy, unfortunately, out of cowardice, too many black people have mastered the art of distracting themselves in order to not avoid dealing with the biggest threat to their existence head-on.  This edition of #PoethnicJustice breaks down how, while black people might be busy distracting themselves from the issue at hand and not looking for a fight, white supremacy is definitely looking for a fight with us.   And, it's a fight that will inevitably end up at your doorstep. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found the information you've heard in this edition to be enlightening, practical, or empowering, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet
19:16
April 15, 2022
Biden Being Elected Makes Black People Targets
Family, In this edition of #PoethnicJustice, I discuss how Biden being elected actually puts black folks in immediate danger, as a collective.     Please feel free to join us for this program, and make sure to share this vital information with your family and friends. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet 
11:34
April 15, 2022
The 6 Things About Racism That Confuse Most People
This is a clip of Neely Fuller brilliantly articulating everything that has ever confused you about how racism works and why understanding racism is so difficult in the first place.
06:11
April 15, 2022
The Myth That Correct Punctuation Hinders Poetic Creativity
To My Black Writers, Over the years, I've heard many writers express how they feel confined and limited in their creativity by using proper punctuation, and, in my early writing days, I felt the same way. However, as I matured in my craft, I found there are ways you can utilize punctuation to both enhance the message being conveyed in your work and to expand your creative boundaries. If you're a writer out there, I would love to know what you about the discussion.   One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet p: (817) 382-1108‬ e: tsp@thestormypoet.com If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
05:53
April 15, 2022
Overcoming Your Fear of Writing and Sharing Your Literature
Family, This is a piece of a recording I captured at one of my W.R.T. meetings in Fort Worth, TX. If you're an up-and-coming writer who finds yourself terrified to share your story with the world, the conversation the gang and I had will provide you with some perspective on where those fears come from and how to overcome them. Don't let yourself be your own worst critic. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
33:29
April 15, 2022
How Anti-Black Propaganda Operates: The NY Times Attack Against Reparations
Brothers & Sisters, The NY Times released an article where the author appears to genuinely be reporting on black Americans' stance on reparations, and, to the untrained eye, most would take it at face value. However, in this edition of Poethnic Justice, I dissect this piece from top to bottom, and I present the evidence that proves this was a hit piece aimed at black Americans.    (NY Times Article) ‘We’re Self-Interested’: The Growing Identity Debate in Black America: http://tiny.cc/qwi4fz If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a financial contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
01:33:52
April 15, 2022
Too Tired To Deal with Racism: How We Waste Energy
Family, In this edition of Poethnic Justice, I wanted to break down the ways in which we squander the precious energy we need properly deal with the threats and challenges that lie before us, as a people. Our committed and consistent time and efforts are vital if we want to make any kind of progress, and the powers that be are aware of this. So, in this broadcast, I break down the ways they distract us and the ways they're constantly implementing tactics to waste our time and energy on non-constructive activities. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a financial contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
32:13
April 15, 2022
Origins of Racism: Why White & Black Were Invented
Greetings Family, The majority of us already know that the system of racism/white supremacy expresses itself in every area of our society.  However, when the subject of racism is discussed, the focal point tends to be the symptoms of it rather than its root cause.   Typically, the expression of racism in our society gets chalked up to people just being ignorant or people who have some inexplicable hatred or bigotry for non-white people. Very seldom are the questions asked, how did this concept known as racism (white and black) even get started?  And better yet, why was it created?    In this edition of #PoethnicJustice, I delve into the origins of systematic racism, why the concept of black and white was created, and how it has been able to persist for so long, even though it was created hundreds of years ago. Source: (Inventing Black & White - https://goo.su/rqeyWSw). One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a financial contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
57:11
April 15, 2022
Generational Trauma: All Black People Need Therapy
Greetings Family, Living under a system of racism has brought about an immense amount of situational and generational trauma to the group classified as African Americans.  Rather than seeking counseling or therapy for the mental issues that arise from having to deal with that trauma, we oftentimes negate the effect this chronic trauma has had on our psyche.   And, we discourage others in our group from getting help by saying things like "Well, all you need to do is let go and let Him do the work," "I'll pray for you," or "You're a strong black man/black woman, you got this."  In this edition of #PoethnicJustice I decided to share my own experience with a mental dissociative disorder in the hopes I can inspire other black people to educate themselves on how our mental health is a determining factor in the quality of our lives and in the hopes encouraging black people to not feel guilty for seeking help for issues they cannot help themselves with. I would love to hear everyone's feedback on the matter. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet Affordable Counseling: https://www.betterhelp.com/ Free and Low-Cost Counseling in Fort Worth, Texas: https://www.opencounseling.com/texas/fort-worth Find an African-American Therapist: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/african-american If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a financial contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet Patreon: https://patreon.com/thestormypoet
41:43
April 15, 2022
Loving Away Systematic Racism Doesn't Work
Family, I made this presentation in response to a comment that was left in regards to an article I posted entitled, "Black People, It's Time To Get Armed." (https://t.ly/J5SP), which expressed the need for black people to take advantage of their right to bear arms a means of protection in a society that is hostile and violent towards us. As has been the case historically and in the modern-day, black people have been encouraged by the dominant society and other non-black groups to seek peace and understanding with those who mistreat them, to turn the other cheek when they've been systemically abused over the span of centuries, and to not take a proactive stance in anticipating and expecting that violence will be done to them or their loved ones while living under a state of systematic racism.   Often, I hear individuals express, if we could just all come together and hold hands and somehow get those who desire to mistreat black people that we are just as human as white people, that there is some way to "love away" the system of white supremacy. My question to that sentiment: What is love?  Should we love the top percentile of white families who hoard the majority of this country's wealth--wealth that was built up through free African chattel slavery and Jim Crow which didn't allow African Americans effectively compete economically?  What's love got to do with it? To me, as I state in the podcast, "love" equals "justice." Are people ready to advocate and put in the kind of work it takes to bring about that justice? One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a financial contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet  CashApp: $thestormypoet
17:19
April 15, 2022
Why Reading Daily Will Save Your Life
Family, The whole reason I set up The Stormy Poet Compositions platform was to promote messages such as the one presented in this program. Reading, on a daily basis, has scientifically been proven to have tremendous benefits to your life. It's often thought of as boring or tedious, not as being an investment of time to enrich yourself on so many levels.  The companies that govern all you see and hear have conditioned you to be that way.  The more mindless we are and the more we're unable to sit down in a quiet room and focus on one thing, the more impulsive we become as consumers. There is a reason they call television "programming."    It's time to, as a society, change the way we think about literature in general.  As the old saying goes, "The pen is mightier than the sword," and it's time for us--especially black people in particular--use that weapon, both in what we take and what we communicate, to empower ourselves. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People. PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet  
38:01
April 15, 2022
Black Male Privilege Is a Racist Concept
Family,   In this edition of the #PoethnicJustice, I present evidence disclaiming the dangerous and detrimental myth of black privilege.  As a black collective and as a country in general, it's vital we stop allowing these planted false narratives to distract us away from dealing with the unjust system of race America does all its business under.  And to do that, we have to learn how to recognize what they look like. The "divide & conquer" tactic the dominant society has used for decades in America (since the end of the Civil Rights era) has been consistently utilized to promote division and disorganization among black men and women.  When the men (the warrior class of black society) and the women (the nurturers and the teachers) are unable to move as a cohesive unit, then, there are no relationships. When there are no relationships, there are no marriages--then no children, no family, and no communities standing in solidarity behind the core principle that the system of white privilege/anti-black racism must be eradicated from the face of this Earth. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet If you've found what you've heard to be enriching, informative, practical, and empowering, please consider making a monetary contribution to this platform (any dollar amount). This type of media only exists because of you, The People.  PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thestormypoet CashApp: $thestormypoet
12:35
April 15, 2022
Why Reparations Must Be Lineage-Based (The Grio's Michael Harriot debates Congressional candidate Marcel Dixon)
Gregg Marcel Dixon is running for election to the U.S. House to represent South Carolina's 6th Congressional District. He recently debated The Grio's, Michael Harriot over an article he published entitled "Top 10 reasons why lineage-based reparations is a bad plan." Mr. Dixon, masterfully, goes into withering detail on how a race-based justice claim for reparations would not hold up Constitutionally in the courts and why how making race the basis would be ineffective at addressing the legacy of chattel slavery in America and unfair in that it would provide those who are not heirs of that legacy restitution they do not need and are not owed to them. Every person who descends from American slavery who sees the value in Gregg Dixon's message and cause SHOULD donate to his campaign. As Dr. John Henrick Clarke so eloquently put it, a people who do not protect their advocates will have no advocates. One Love & One Justice, The Stormy Poet
02:09:45
April 14, 2022
W.R.T. Initiation: Literacy's Importance to Black Progress
What was the real reason reading and writing were made illegal during slavery? I would argue, that there is a power in the language arts that the white supremacists who orchestrated the human bondage of slavery were aware of.    Furthermore, I wholeheartedly believe there is an effort being put forth to keep black people's eyes constantly glued to their cell phones and  Netflix and to keep us focused on doing any and everything other than being able to adequately articulate and verbally address what our specific problems and needs are. When you're able to identify and articulate specifically what and who the enemy is, the more effectively you'll be in eliminating that enemy from existence, which is exactly what the dominant society wants for black people.   This physical and virtual-based group (W.R.T.), which folks can attend virtually or physically, was one created for all writers to have a  central place to commune and respectfully exchange ideas. But, its main function is to give black writers a place to have a support group, as white authors have.   This is a place where you, as a black writer, can come and get the group support you need that white writers have the luxury of having. Whether it'd be on Twitter Space or in person, you're more than welcome to join us!   One Love & One Justice, TheStormyPoet.com
29:49
April 12, 2022