We Must Use Social Media As A Tool For Revolution! – The LanceScurv Show

Dr. Vibert Muhammad & LanceScurv speak on the possibilities that Social Media hold in unlocking the potential for communication, connecting and learning on a higher level to advance our people.

We must learn how to use this powerful tool effectively and be aware of the distractions and engineered pitfalls that are placed shrewdly to manipulate the thoughts of the people.

Social Media makes it so easy to lose ourselves in its vast magnificence so we also have to practice discipline to not allow it to take over our lives to make us isolated from the very people who we love.

Thank you for taking the time to absorb the truth within on this episode of The LanceScurv Show.

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  • Elay Understood says:

    OMG! THANK YOU♥♥You’re right! Its very exciting to do. sharing on social media sites such as You Tube…smh but I often have a tough time figuring out what to talk about next….

  • drt5000 says:

    I heard Fareed Zakaria talk about how some foreigners are getting degrees in the U.S. and taking their expertise back to their home countries. That’s what we as black people should on as well. We should treat ourselves as what we are: a nation.On a more personal level: People like me who are not favored by the politics of their own community (people pointing the gay-finger or the white-finger, etc.) could still do it by setting up shop in or near other under-served communities, black college communities, etc,This is nothing new. We do it all the time, subconsciously. It’s just that it would be better if it was a conscious thing of ours to always view ourselves as our own country. And despite all the hype out there about our lack of this and that, really, we’ve got all the tools we’ll ever need. God will always provide the rest.

  • drt5000 says:

    What if YouTube starts charging, what if Google starts cracking down on black thought, etc., etc…. Lately, now that I’m preparing to be on here in a slightly more meaningful way, I’ve been thinking about that a lot.

  • drt5000 says:

    I’m a Christian but… know what I miss about FAMU and Tallahassee? That delicious Nation of Islam food I used to order for delivery!

  • Ghalyah Ghalyah says:

    Check out this video on YouTube:

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