Scotty T. Reid is a visionary creator and activist who established the Black Talk Radio Network in 2008, pioneering a safe digital space for the Black community to voice their perspectives and concerns. Additionally, he serves as the esteemed founder and president of the non-profit media organization, Black Talk Media Project, which was registered in North Carolina in 2008.

He started hosting the podcast BTR News in 2008 and interviewed hundreds of guests from activists, politicians, educators, and business leaders on various social/political topics and issues. In 2013, Scotty T. Reid furthered his impact on society by launching and co-hosting the acclaimed podcast, New Abolitionists Radio. This groundbreaking and award-winning podcast has had a profound influence on the criminal justice system, leading to constitutional amendments in several states that removed exception clauses permitting slavery and involuntary servitude in prisons. While the show isn’t being actively produced, its podcast archives continue to impact listeners on the topic of 21st-century slavery and human trafficking in the United States.

Scotty’s commitment to fostering open dialogue and creating positive change continues to inspire and empower countless individuals, making him a driving force in the fight for justice and equality.

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Scotty T Reid, founder of the Black Talk Radio Network and Black Talk Media Project, has been a beacon for Black voices since 2008. With his podcast BTR News and the influential New Abolitionists Radio, Scotty delves deep into pressing social and political issues, notably driving changes in the criminal justice system. An unwavering advocate for justice and equality, his work continually sparks crucial conversations and transformative change.

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16 Replies to “Black Talk Radio News w/ Scotty Reid”

  1. Greetings Elder Scotty, Iam member of LISTENING to your radio station , keep the Revolution Alive ,I need that poet Abolished clip u talk about on Black Monarch

  2. BTR News – Combatting Academic Terrorism w/ NC 2019 Social Studies Teacher of The Year.
    This was one of your best talks. You laid down definite, true perspectives on white supremacy. You have an enlightened mind for sure.

  3. Usually I never comment on blogs but your article is so convincing that I never stop myself to say something about it. You’re doing a great job, Keep it up.

  4. Hopefully, people will vote with the condition of measurable results (quid pro quo) from any politician black or white.

  5. Hello, I was wondering if you accept press releases from anyone, IF yes, can you tell me the closing date to send in a press release to your station ?

  6. Hi Scott I enjoy your show . i listen all the time .please keep doing what you are doing .I am looking forward to become a great support in the near future

  7. Prince monies went to political stuff..
    Jada PICKETT Smith came and gave money to our States Attorney so they and Sew seeds to our Oppressors

    1. And we should invest money in politics, all special interest groups do it, the private prison industry. Big Tobacco, you name it. o I don’t see a problem with Prince investing money to affect politics, I know he was not putting it behind politicians but he also funded things for the poor. They said he did a lot for people in Minneapolis. I’m not sure I get your point, we have to play the game of politics. Politics control everything, and sometimes people do the wrong thing not knowing because they were fooled. People gave money to elect a new DA in Philly that may get Mumia out of prison. My issue is with those who do nothing but take and never give back in any kind of way. I also wished you had called in as scheduled, what happened?

  8. Christians usually pray to the L-rd not to charge their enemies w/the sin of murder; however, I never read in the scriptures where true believers told their enemies they forgave them. I am going by memory, and maybe, I missed a verse or verses. Still, I do understand, to a degree, the victims’ family members… just not the timing. They need our love not our hate.

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