All Press Releases for April 28, 2011

H. Lewis Smith, President of The United Voices For a Common Cause, Inc., Shares His Views About Black America's Use of the N-word on a Radio Program.

The lyrics of rap music is often consumed with the n-word, black NBA players oftentimes can be heard using the term, Black American's liberal use of the term in general will all be the subject of discussion.

    BEVERLY HILLS, CA, April 28, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ -- H. Lewis Smith, author of Bury that Sucka and Founder/CEO United Voices for a Common Cause was interviewed by Dr. E. Faye Williams, National Chairperson of the National Congress of Black Women and host of the Artist First Radio Network program, Celebrity Truth. Mr. Smith was asked to appear on the program as a result of an article he wrote "60 Minutes Byron Pitts and the N-word: The Need for Top Down Re-programming" which can be seen at:

Mr. Smith is also an anti-n-word activist who wages a campaign against Black African Americans use of the pejorative term, therefore, Dr. Williams' interview with Mr. Smith covers not only the Byron Pitts' article but also Black America's use of the n-word soliciting Mr. Smith's views and opinions on such usage.

To hear the 30 minute interview go to the archives at scroll down and click onto Celebrating Truth and once there click onto 4/18/11 (H. Lewis Smith).

The United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc., (UVCC) was founded in April of 2006 by Mr. H. Lewis Smith. UVCC, a tax-exempt, 501(c)3 non-profit organization, was formed for the express purpose of connecting socially-conscious community members with a mutual interest to fight for a common, progressive cause.


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