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Our Black News on Blog Talk Radio On Saturday - April 4, 2020 at 9:30AM (CST), be prepared for Minnesota’s #1 Black Talk Radio program “The Ron and Don Show” to join the online blog, “Our Black News (dot) com” – both are part of the parent organization “The Independent Business News Network” (IBNN). This Saturday on Our Black News join Don Allen (IBNN), and special guest co-host Jonathan Mason for cutting-edge news, editorial opinions, and cognitive-logic when discussing issues and challenges facing Black Minnesotans and other cultural groups. The Ron and Don Show is now “Our Black News-MN” on Blog Talk Radio. Phone lines will be open at (347) 426-3904 for your questions and comments. (In the future, Our Black News will broadcast Monday-Saturday in the evening.) R.I.P. Mr. Ronald A. Edwards (Friend, mentor, and local grandfather to my boys) Historian and multi-media platform host Ronald A. Edwards said, “Since I’ve been here (Mr. Edwards is 80-years old), Black-Americans on the north side suffer from insufficient housing and jobs, he said. In the early days, garbage often went uncollected. That is the history of North Minneapolis (Edwards, 2019). Note: Mr. Ronald A. Edwards was the longest seated chairman of the board for the Minneapolis Urban League when they had over 200 employees, two-schools, housing, and many other functioning programs – unlike 2020. This program is based out of Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN and all advertising inquiries should call (612) 986-0010. (Four 60-second slots are available; minimum three (3) shows.)

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It's Saturday, October 24th, ten more days before the national election. People are thinking, picking sides, attacking, and not understanding that we're all in this together. Join us Saturday at 9:30 AM for the best in black talk radio, "Our... more

Join Our Black News and cohosts Don Allen, Jonathan Mason and special guest host Anthony Scott for this in-depth interview with Lisa Neal-Delgado running for MN House 59B (north Minneapolis). On Saturday, October 17th at... more

Join Don Allen and Jonathan Mason with special guest host Mr. Anthony Scott as we talk about current events, politics, education, business, protests, and the economic plight of Black America. Saturday mornings at 9:30AM (CST) on Our... more

With an inexperienced local campaign staff and a few MNGOP hired help (that's how they direct the money) Republican Lacy Johnson, endorsed by the MNGOP will be our guest on Saturday, October 3rd at 9:30AM on Our Black News.... more

Join the team of Don Allen (IBNN and Black Politics in Minnesota) and Jonathan Mason (Mason LIVE, Mason in the Morning) for another episode of Our Black News LIVE this Saturday at 9:30AM (CST). The listener call in number is (347)... more

Earlier this week in north Minneapolis - two men, one 17-years old were shot. The 17-year old died on the scene, while his friend struggles for his life. The Republican Party of Minnesota remains silent. Sources tell "Our Black News"... more

Join Don Allen (USA Radical Black and Black Politics in MN) and Jonathan Mason (Mason in the Mornings and Mason LIVE) at 9:30AM (CST) on Saturday morning for another episode of Minnesota's #1 Black Talk Radio program "Our... more

Our Black News would like everyone to take a moment and pause; the messages of unity, peace, #BlackLivesMatter, Anti-Racism, and non-violence towards one and another are falling on deaf ears. The demographic –... more

There are significant challenges in the Twin Cities - local politicans and community leaders have "pandered out" and our youth from 15-25 have dismissed any notion of leadership, responsibility, or hope. Our phone lines will be open... more

The Vote 2020 system is proving to be the United's States most controversial election cycle ever. Oh, the blame can be spread around equally, Republicans and Democrats. Let's talk about what the post-election normal should look like,... more
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