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UBA Radio Presents: Is Black Culture to Blame for Racism? With AJ Woodson & Scott Hampton

In our their first panel discussion United Black America Radio hosted by Asad is the Executive Officer of The Pan-African Alliance, and the Founder of United Black America they are joined by AJ Woodson, Editor-In-Chief of Black Westchester Magazine and Scott Hampton author of the new book Culturism: Why African-Americans Must Stop Blaming Racism For Their Problems and Start Taking Full Responsibility to debate the issue of culturism versus racism.

In this discussion, our two panelists go head-to-head on issues like

Whether the Black community has a bigger problem with our culture than we do with racism
If structural and endemic racism causes police brutality, or if this just a byproduct of a police state given too much power with too little oversight
The issue of sovereignty, and whether Black men and women should demand more authority to govern ourselves
…and whether we need a change of command in Black Leadership

About The Panelists:
AJ Woodson, Editor-in-Chief of Black Westchester Magazine – News With A Black Point Of View and producer and on-air host of the People Before Politics Radio Show. He is a Writer, Author, Father, Social Media Guru whose byline has appeared in The Source, Vibe, Blaze, Village Voice, Amstedam News, Spiritual Minded Magazine and many other entertainment and news publications and websites.

Scott Hampton is the author of the new book Culturism: Why African-Americans Must Stop Blaming Racism For Their Problems and Start Taking Full Responsibility. He has a lifetime of extensive real-world experience on African-American culture.

This debate will have you yelling out loud, but remember: we dont have to be uniformed in our opinion to be unified in our intention! As always feel free to leave your thoughts or feedback in the comment section below.

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