Max and Yusuf are joined by The Queen Mother of Benin, West Africa to discuss international prison systems and the modern slavery abolition movement from…
The Black Talk Radio Network is a media platform that curates, cultivates, and produces media content in various formats specifically targeting the African-American, African, and African Diaspora audiences. It is an invitation-only platform and does not offer hosting or distribution services to the public. The platform has been ranked number one by Feedspot three years in a row in the categories of Black podcasts and African Diaspora podcasts.
The platform is managed by the NC-based non-profit media organization Black Talk Media Project. The BTMP was founded in 2008 to address a specific concern about the lack of authentic voices in media content that targets the Black community. It was also established safe digital spaces where Black people can engage in media creation.
BTMP assists individuals, organizations, and groups representing disempowered communities to establish platforms to replace the localized media that has been destroyed by corporate media conglomerates creating and maintaining monopolies in media production and distribution. Using the multitude of free and affordable software solutions and the internet, oppressed and depressed communities can at least give voice to their own thoughts and independent analysis on the issues impacting the village.
Black Talk Media Project
PO Box 65, Mt. Holly, NC
Phone or Text Msg: (704) 817-2161
Monday – Friday 11 am est to 7:00 pm est.