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3600seconds, hosted by columnist Chris Stevenson, is a political talk & interview show dealing with important issues affecting our world.

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In these times of still-ongoing hate towards African Americans by young white boys like Dylann Roof and George Zimmerman to members of the nations law enforcement precincts, host Chris Stevenson feels it's time to re-examine a book released in 2003 based on a highly-publicized tragedy in June of 1998; "Hate Crime: The story of a Dragging in Jasper Texas." The savage murder of James Byrd Jr., (49) whom was walking home from a party when three white men in a pickup truck offered him a ride. They drove Byrd out to a lonely country road, tied him to a logging chain, and dragged him 3 miles to his death. Today young white boys are stalking blacks while walking home from the convenient store to going to a black church and sitting through a prayer and discussion before opening fire on them. The more things change... Chris will interview King about those alleged changes. Joyce King is a former reporter and anchor for a CBS radio affiliate, and an award-winning 20-year broadcast veteran. "Hate Crime" is her first of two books. She also writes guest columns and opinion pieces for USA Today, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Dallas Morning News. She is also a native Texan assigned to cover the story, which drew international media headlines. According to Random House: "In Hate Crime, she provides a chilling re-creation of the slaying and the subsequent trials. But she also moves beyond the details of the case to provide insight into the minds of the murderers, the Texas prison system in which they developed their virulent racism."
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Downtown residents of Buffalo are feeling pushed-out more and more over the past few years, and most of this has to do with an initiative launched years ago that has little or nothing to do with them, but affects where they currently live... more

Chris discusses Cariol Horne and reads a letter of support written by 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement who Care. Over the course of the past several weeks some news about a Buffalo Police Officer saving a man from a chokehold he was... more

Bobby Brooks Wilson returns to our show during his busy schedule. Of course Wilson is best known to be the son of R&B legend Jackie Wilson, and one you see and hear him you'll notice the similarity doesn't end there. Bobby... more

Can a mother use her children as a pretext to start trouble with a customer... even if she's a stripper? Chris plays the video of Janelle Ambrosia's tirade to the young black man for "scaring" her chidren by starting his car. Later when given the... more

Part-2 of Chris' discussion of the troubled Buffalo, NY agency Gateway-Longview. Key members of the advisory board will again disclose an ongoing pattern of trouble in several areas. Gateway by their own account is a child and family... more

This is actually Chris' 2nd interview with George Hasiotis, a partner of the Greater Buffalo Sports Entertainment Complex (GBSEC). The first interview was on 5/11/13 and George will update us on where they are at this point and what... more

Chris interviews several insiders, whistleblowers and City of Buffalo officials regarding Gateway-Longview, a longtime children and family service agency. Chris has written the first of several columns on Gateway and is looking to peer... more

Chris interviews rap producers and artists from Buffalo that have come together. Nova Red (Code Red Productions/Flawless Crimes), All High is a group of High school kids hailing from Performing Arts. Their representative will be Kyree... more

The subject of Motown is back on 3600seconds as our guest is Peter Benjaminson; the Author of "The Lost Supreme: the Life of Dreamgirl Florence Ballard." (2008) This is Benjaminson's 2nd appearence on our show, he is the... more
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