Counter-racist Evolving Engineer (cree)


For all persons who wish to evolve the will AND/OR ability to eradicate the SYSTEM of racism (Anti-Blackness).


  • Book Discussion: Josh Wickett and CREE on The Rising Tide of Color

    Book Discussion: Josh Wickett and CREE on "The Rising Tide of Color"

    22/01/2016 Duração: 02h48min

    In Memorium of Dr. Frances Cress Welsiing:  March 18, 1935 - January 2, 2016 A Million-Midnight Salute to a black woman of towering intellect, dedication, intent, and stamina. The uploading of this archived broadcast (from May 16, 2010)  was inspired by a Facebook post by Michael Moore acknowledging that he had received in the mail the book under discussion in this broadcast.  Mr. Moore said that, in her final  lecture,  Dr. Welsing  recommended that every black person read it..  Mr. Wickett attended many of Dr. Welsing's lectures at the monthly Welsing Institute held at Howard University and filmed a few of them.   The host considers both Mr. Wickett and Dr. Welsing to have made major contributions toward the eventual solving of The Problem. Additionally, a caller, "Mark," inspired an evolution in Cree's framing of the role of genetics and/ or other forms of DNA in the practice of racism (white supremacy/anti-blackness).  

  • Archived 2010 Interview of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

    Archived 2010 Interview of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

    21/01/2016 Duração: 02h09min

    In memorium/remembrance of Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, I upoaded this January 16, 2010 interview she and I did. It has some odd [ wink emoticon ] technical glitches and disconnects that Dr. Welsing tolerated with grace that one could not expect from most other well known persons. With the help of Gus T. Renegade, the host of another counter-racist program, we completed the interview via 3-way phone connection. For that reason, I thought even the tech interference proved constructive in demonstrating an understanding of the system of racism/anti-blackness.

  • June 2015 Current Events Round-Up/What is a Black Person

    June 2015 Current Events Round-Up/What is a Black Person

    28/06/2015 Duração: 02h57min

    A discussion of the explicitly racist behaviors of the last 12 weeks or so prior to this broadcasts and an impromptu  discussion of reactions to persons born to a white and black parent (about 1:57): This 2nd quarter of 2015, white folks have been covering a lot of stories about explicitly racist acts: The Atlanta school-teachers conviction and incarceration; Freddie Gray's murder by police and investigation; Walter Scott's murder by police and investigation; the pool incidents in McKinney, Texas and Fairfield, Ohio involving  the abuse by white police officials of black female children/teens; Rachel Dolezal & family; the white terrorism in Charleston, South Carolina and it's attendent events; and, maybe more.     

  • LGBTQ Matters: A Conversation with junior burchall

    LGBTQ Matters: A Conversation with junior burchall

    10/05/2015 Duração: 02h05min

    junior burchall, M.Ed., is a freelance writer, public speaker, curriculum consultant and Literacy Specialist. He is the founder of the Fihankra Home Academy, an Afrikan-centered homeschool located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A devoted husband, he is also the father of two high-energy, irrepressibly brilliant, Afrikan boys. Burchall is the author of “Freedom’s Flames: Slavery in Bermuda and the True Story of Sally Bassett” and “Dame Lois: The People’s Advocate”. He is currently putting the finishing touches on his latest work, “Look For Me in the Whirlwind: A Story of Marcus Garvey”, tentatively scheduled for release December 2015. Burchall has said of himself, "I am 100% committed to the full liberation of ALL Afrikan people. which means that - if I am not an ethically inconsistent hypocrite and coward of the highest order, that is - I must be similarly unswerving in my advocacy for Afrikans whose lives are under threat because they are what we today would call 'gay', or 'bisexual', or 'transgender', or 'int

  • Advanced Black Thinking  Doing, Part 2: Kofi Lion

    Advanced Black Thinking & Doing, Part 2: Kofi Lion

    02/04/2015 Duração: 02h59min

    The founder of World Afropedia known as Kofi Lion returns to help us get a more in-depth understanding of topics he introduced  to us two weeks previous: The digital dark/ecliptic age in contrast and comparison to previous dark/ecliptic ages;crytocurrency and how black people might create and use our own;the political history and logic of of Mandombe script; The mechanics of Wikipedia, i.e, what happens in cyber-backrooms to create what much of the world comes to know as "fact" on a subject and ways to mitigate the racism that results from these mechanicsSuggestions on how to make money on the internet. You can support Kofi's outstanding work by patronizing his ecommerce sites: Afikyiri Edjua ( Backyard Market) Afropedia on Amazon Market Place ( A wide variety of texts particularly suited for parents homeshooling or supplementally schooling black children and teens including some classic titles.)  

  • Advanced Black Thinking  Doing, Part 1: Kofi Lion

    Advanced Black Thinking & Doing, Part 1: Kofi Lion

    20/03/2015 Duração: 02h59min

    Advanced Black Thinking and Doing This is not a broadcast for beginner counter-racists of any age. However, it may be for YOU if you frequently say and/or agree with the statement, "We need to be focused on solutions." Kofi Lion is the founder of World Afropedia, an unequaled online repository of information about black personages and black peoples around the globe and throughout known history. He didn't just talk about the racism with which Wikipedia is saturated. He did something epic about it. Kofi might be described as a polymath (a person of wide-ranging knowledge or learning.) So, we'll be discussing a range of fascinating topics including the digital dark age; bit coin economics; biological xenophilia (love of genes different than one's own), and; Mandombe script's promise for releasing the innovation of the black mind.

  • $Money$: How to Get  Keep More w/ Travis Keeton

    $Money$: How to Get & Keep More w/ Travis Keeton

    08/02/2015 Duração: 02h03min

    "Simplify, Unify, Multiply" with special guest, Travis Keeton, Financial Educator. Before he turned his attention to the industry of finance, Mr. Keeton had already made a name for himself in the Bay Area of California and in Europe and Japan as a Hip Hop entrpreneur in music and fashion. He'll tell us how everybody else has a group of otherwise ordinary folks who are getting it in and how overcoming our own anti-blackness can provide the same astounding results for us. He impressed me so much in our conversation that : 1) I did business with him, and; 2) I invited hiim to my radio program to offer this constructive information. Mr. Keeton is quite the innovative thinker. Phone in with your question and we'll chop it up.   Every question is valid and none too small.  From a seed does a mighty oak grow. Contact Travis Keeton 2077 gold street, suite 260, Po box 3178 Alviso, CA 95002, US 408.957.7626 510.815.0416 Facebook Twitter YouTube TRAVISKEETON.WFGOPPORTUNITY.COM  

  • Sake to Me Saturday

    Sake to Me Saturday

    16/11/2014 Duração: 02h49min

    I recently saw a short video  by a FB friend, Tha Profit, on the importance of intoxicants to opening up ways of knowing to our Egyptian ancestors in the Americas.  He was under the influence when he made it. So he made his point by demonstration.  I thought it was impressive.  I cannot tolerate cannibis at all and have a very limited tolerance for alcohol. I have the equivalent of about 6 drinks per year.  But, I thought it would be interesting to see how an online conversation  under a light to moderate influence of some sake would go about anything that "black" callers wanted to discuss related to our problems and suggested solutions.   It’s an experiment.  If you decide to participate, please call in either sober or only lightly or moderately intoxicated and be prepared to name the intoxicant.  If it’s not legal, don’t call in because if you lie about being sober or about what intoxicated you, it will invalidate the results.   Also, if you are in recovery for a substance abuse, please do not listen to thi

  • CREE: My Tortured Affair w/ Black Men a Baldwinesque Lens

    CREE: My Tortured Affair w/ Black Men; a Baldwinesque Lens

    12/09/2014 Duração: 02h11min

    Just as the title indicates, I will describe the state of my heart and mind in regards to my socio-political engagement with black men. James Baldwin comes to mind.  But, probably not in the way many will conjure when reading this description.  

  • Culture, Uhhh, Good God Yall... Part Deux (2)

    Culture, Uhhh, Good God Y'all... Part Deux (2)

    15/08/2014 Duração: 02h53min

    We'll resume our counter-racist lab examination, that was begun during the August 02, 2014 broadcast, of the most effective use of the word, "culture." In addition to Penelope's written submission, there were four very thoughtful live participants during that discussion: Gwendolyn;  Kofi, the founder of World Afropedia;  Universal Jones, the founder of Justice Lab Radio, and Allen. Each of these terrific thinkers has agreed to return for this broadcast. We'll start by comparing the definition for last proffered by Kofi that "culture" is "whatever a person does that benefits people" to that suggested by Neely Fuller, Jr., author of the seminal work, The United Independent Compensatory Code System Concept a textbook/workbook for Thought, Speech and/or Action for Victims of Racism (white supremacy). If listeners may have suggestions different than those discussed during the previous broadcast, they are encouraged to call in!

  • Culture, Uhhh, Good God Yall...

    Culture, Uhhh, Good God Y'all...

    03/08/2014 Duração: 02h59min

    ...What is it good for? Absolutely __________?"   Please phone in and give us your definition of "culture." You may also email your definition at least 1 hour before the broadcast to: [email protected] Please remember that an example is not a definition. Examples can leave room for confusion about what a thing is while a definition should not. Your definition should include or lead to a logical answer to the following questions: 1. What is the minimum number people necessary to constitute a culture? 2.Can every person in the known universe practice the same culture? 3. Can a person practice two cultures at the exact same time? 4. What is the purpose of culture? 5. What should be the purpose of culture? 6. What does a person who practices "black culture" or "African culture" or "Moorish culture" or "Hebrew Israelite Culture" do that no one else does? The objective of this broadcast is to determine the best use of the word, "culture," in the process of replacing the system of white domination with

  • Is Gendered Colorism Natural? An Open Minded Analysis

    Is Gendered Colorism Natural? An Open Minded Analysis

    13/07/2014 Duração: 02h59min

    **This program is rated "R" because it may not be suitable for black people of any age who are still in a typically vulnerable stage of self-acceptance/rejection in regards to their hue. It may be psychologically harmful for such people as it reviews scientific literature on the subject in the tiltle of this episode***  This episode will pick up the converstaion where it was left at the end of the 6-29-14  episode entitled "Black Men, Black Women, Bed-wenches & [email protected]" In order to address this problematic behavior for the black collective today,  we will discuss the seemingly hundreds (maybe even thousands) of years black men have been drawn to and, perhaps, even preferred white and other non-black women.  Is this a preference hard-wired into biology?   If it is, what's next?  If it isn't, what's next? Lets' get to the root of this thing  >>> Pun intended.  

  • Black Men, Black Women, Bed-wenches  Nig@erstock

    Black Men, Black Women, Bed-wenches & [email protected]

    29/06/2014 Duração: 02h57min

    This episode is a continuation of a lengthy discussion recently/currently held on the Facebook group page for another BTR program with a counter-racist objective, The Justice Lab. The objectives of this episode were to: clarify the comparitive rates of "inter-racial" sexing/dating/mating/marrying of black men and black womenidentify the primary mental path-ways of this IR behavior for each genderidentify the primary responses encountered by black people who engage or have engaged in this behavior and examine any differences according to genderIdentify solutions to the hurt, confusion, and threat to our survival this behavior casuses black people and identify any differences in these solutions that exist by virtue of gender.

  • Horace Butler 04-01-14 on Inner Light Radio

    Horace Butler 04-01-14 on Inner Light Radio

    03/04/2014 Duração: 58min

    This is a re-broadcast of an interview of Horace Butler, the renowned author of the book, When Rocks Cry Out. This interview originally aired on Inner Light Radio on April 1, 2014 in preparation for Mr. Butler’s first live lecture in eight years on, April 06, 2014.  Details are on the event flier posted to this episode and linked above.  Mr. Butler has done groundbreaking work connecting the  Americas, northeast Africa, southern Africa, and west Africa with the stone and papyrus records of the empire of Ancient Egypt (KMT) and with the Old and New Testaments of the Christtian Bible and Hebrew Torah.     The interview was recorded by Cree as she listened to the broadcast live.  However, the first 3 minutes are missing.  The audio begins with Mr. Butler saying, “One of them [a well-known Christian minister in the Dallas, TX area] came to me and said, “You have it.  I see it. But, I don’t have the heart to tell them.” This interview is rebroadcast with the expressed written permission of Horace Butler and Inne

  • CREE w/ Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, PhD

    CREE w/ Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, PhD

    16/06/2013 Duração: 01h30min

    Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, PhD,  is a professor of sociology and a council member of Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at Duke University.  He is the author of several books including the acclaimed Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America.  He is also the  the author and co-author of numerous other books and papers. Most interestingly for this program, Dr. Bonilla-Silva co-authored a chapter in  Changing Terrain of Race and Ethnicity: Theory, Methods and Public Policy entitled "We are all Americans!’" : The Latin Americanization of Race Relations in the USA.  The center question of this discussion will be the functionality of the term "non-black people" in eliminating the global system of racism (white/light domination).

  • Black PDAR: Public Displays of Affection and Respect

    Black PDAR: Public Displays of Affection and Respect

    31/03/2013 Duração: 02h34min

    SeedPlanter and his partner, Dee Tee, are a twenty-something, heterosexual, black couple who will share how they handle the challenges of being recognized by strangers, friends, and kin as having affection and respect for one another.  Sounds simple doesn't it?  It isn't.  Tune in.  You may recognize the scenarios in your present partnership or one in your past.  We hope you will add to and/or benefit from the knowledge base on navigating these waters.

  • How to Make Generations

    How to Make Generations

    20/01/2013 Duração: 03h00s

    LBM and Cree co-host a discussion about how black people can prepare to have offspring and, then, prepare those offspring to be viable. Specifically, we discuss: How many of us actually planned for their offspring - what has been the consequence of planning or not? How important is marriage prior to having offspring - whether you did it that way or not.  How important is it to be able to help your offspring beyond 18-21 years - what should that help be? What accounts for the greater perception that black women are "sell-outs" when they date white folks compared to when black men engage in this tragic (mis)behavior? The title of this episode is taken from a phrase in Kola Boof's letter two her two young sons which forms the essay, The Authentic Black Man.  

  • CREE w/ Ifayomi Grant - No 2.

    CREE w/ Ifayomi Grant - No 2.

    30/12/2012 Duração: 02h26min

    Author, trainer, husband & father Ifayomi Grant who resides in England returns to the CREE venue to discuss his latest book, What's Love Got to Do with It?  Or, Is Marriage just for White People?"      Mr Grant is the author of  six other books including Nigger, Negroes, Black People and Afikans. We last spoke with Mr, Grant during the riots in the Greater London Area in the summer of 2011. Mr. Gran't books and DVD's  can be purchased at  House of Knowledge.  This book, we'll be dicussing----  "What's Love Got to Do With It?  should be read by every black person wanting to get this male-female formation amongst us correct. Yep, even the most virulent male detractors of the last few episodes will find MUCH to appreciate in this book.

  • The Nuclear Option for Black Women- Part 3

    The Nuclear Option for Black Women- Part 3

    02/12/2012 Duração: 02h53min

    We'll resume our discussion of the gender roles and behavior needed to have a an effective battle formation against our dominators.  The bulk of the discussion is about sexual and emotional motivation.   *The images accompanying this episode are from the 2012 Cannes Film Festival winner, Beasts of the Southern Wild.  They are intended to speak to the vulnerability of black females, the toughness that is encouraged in us by others  due to the system of white supremacy,  and the lethal, malicious white female.

  • CREE w/ Carlos Munoz, Jr., PhD

    CREE w/ Carlos Munoz, Jr., PhD

    30/11/2012 Duração: 02h58min

    This is the requested  follow-up to the October 6 episode featuring  a pre-recorded talk by author Nicolas Vaca. That episode was entitled, "What's That? A Non-white Alliance with Latinos? ". Dr. Muñoz is Professor Emeritus in the Department of Ethnic Studies, University of California, Berkeley.  He was the founding chair of the first Chicano Studies department in the nation in 1968 at the California State University at Los Angeles and the founding chair of the National Association of Chicana & Chicano Studies (NACCS). He is the author of numerous pioneering works on the Mexican American political experience and on African American and Latino political coalitions. His book, Youth, Identity, Power: The Chicano Movement won the Gustavus Myers Book Award for "outstanding scholarship in the study of human rights in the Untied States." The first edition of the book underwent 12 printings and was a major resource for the PBS television series Chicano! History of the Mexican American Civil Rights Movement. Dr.

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