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Thank you for joining this segment of The Struggle Continues. Tonight, our special guest is Bro. Timothy Ford, tel. 347-489-0917, of the United African Coalition in Brooklyn, NY.
We look briefly at the aftermath of the not guilty verdict in the murdering, no, let's keep this real - I mean "Lynching" of Treyvon Martin. Marches and protests abound, this land we call home and America, is emotionally and racially polarized. Bro. Tim, a twenty-year veteran of this struggle and movement, will help us understand the phrase, "Shut It Down." What does it mean? What methodologies are used? Is this an effective and practical solution? How do we get the message out to the public? Join us as those questions and more are answered. Ask your own questions or share your experiences.
To set the tone, before Bro. Tim join us, I will take a few moments to pay homage to our victims of the dreadful plague known as "policitis." In the 16th, 17th, and 18th Centuries our people were "Stolen" from Africa, now, our people are "Stolen" in a different way.
Let's face the facts, yes problems are abound and our struggles are real. If we are not killing us, then seemingly everybody else awaits their turn to take us out.. The madness must stop and today provides a great place to start.
Our goals are to save lives and change the mindset of a people by raising their levels of consciousness. Free yourself then turn around and free someone else!
Check-mate, Bones X
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