This is an interview with Khalilah Camacho Ali (Former wife of Muhammad Ali).

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CBBRN Banner LogoThis is an interview with Khalilah Camacho Ali (Former wife of Muhammad Ali) and Bobbie Johnson (Third Ward Committee). It was just a great interview. Not because of me, but because she and Bobbie knew the real Black Chicago.

It was just very laid back and open and free.

How fortunate I’ve been be able to meet the people that I’ve met and share a few words with them on these shows.

WOW!  Thankful.

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Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Producer

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A whitey’s guide for darkies — Ben Trovato

White South Africans, much like white sharks, are one of the most misunderstood animals on the planet. They have a reputation for unpredictable behaviour and non-Caucasians are often afraid to venture into their territory for fear of being attacked. Some, however, are merely inquisitive and will circle warily before racing off in their Hyundais. Others, […]

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Tough Question #6

TOUGH QUESTIONS #6

Define marriage. 

Define the role of a husband.

Define the role of a wife.

Have you ever had a discussion with your child about choosing a mate?

What are we teaching the next generation about these roles and how these roles fit into the survival of our people?

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Tough Question #1

“Can you answer “The Tough Questions.”

TOUGH QUESTION #1

Imagine that you are a Black man and the year is 1955. You’re walking down the street in the community known as Bridgeport in Chicago and four white men pull up beside you in a Chevy.

Are you afraid?

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Welcome to The Tough Questions.

Time to ask The Tough Questions.
Time to ask The Tough Questions.

The Book Is. . .

“Black America: Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions”  by Sonja Cassandra Perdue is a formalized, five-part “Q & A” discussion that began in July 2010.

This series of books will challenge Black America to collectively engage in a dialogue designed to initiate solutions to our collective concerns and issues.

“Asking Ourselves The Tough Questions” is for personal conversations, family dinners, bus rides to work, class study, mornings in the neighborhood coffee shops and those private moments.

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