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Jesse Williams, Actor, Activist: A Call for Action
Jesse Williams, best known for his role as Dr. Jackson Avery on the ABC Television series Grey's Anatomy, accepted his BET 2016 Humanitarian award with a speech that rocked African Americans to the core. Jesse’s acceptance speech embodied the true grit of racial injustice, police brutality and cultural appropriation that we all needed to hear, digest and answer the call for action. For most, his speech brought out the “can do and will do”, but for some, it was nothing new.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to address the questions, “Why does it take celebrities to light the fire for us to become involved or wake up to what’s going on?” And why aren’t there more celebrities taking action to the call of activism?
Join Toni Breedlove and Rollin’ Dee on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, at 8pm PDT/11pm EDT, as they discuss Jesse Williams’ speech, and how we answer to the call for action when it comes to racial injustice and cultural appropriation.
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A New Way Of Being hosted by Avatar Galextra.
An Avatar's fight to stop injustices to herself and her family who have been abused and attacked by the powers that be in canada, even going as far as harassing and gangstalking her and her small family in her own home.
The African People are also being Targeted and abused by the powers that be , going as far as using them against each other, as well as using them against the avatar as a tool to persecute her and her family
Military Rule "Radical Reconstruction" 1867 - 1877
Rejecting the lenient reconstruction measures initiated by Presidents Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, the U.S. Congress, under the control of the Radical Republicans, passed the punitive Reconstruction Act of 1867 on March 7, over Johnson's veto. This act sought to rebuild the governments of the Southern states in the Northern mold and ensure the civil rights of the freed blacks. The members of the existing state governments in the South, made up of the leaders of the Confederacy, were removed, and the states were placed under the military rule of the U.S. Army. No one who had supported the Confederate government was allowed to vote or hold political office. As a result, the state governments were controlled by scalawags and carpetbaggers and the military rulers of the Radical Republican Congress.The South was divided into five military districts, with a U.S. Army general in charge of each. Virginia, the first district, was commanded by Gen. John Schofield. The second district brought North and South Carolina under the command of Gen. Daniel E. Sickles, and Gen. John Pope oversaw the reconstruction of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida in the third district. The fourth district, comprising Mississippi and Arkansas, was commanded by Gen. Edward Ord, and in the fifth, Texas and Louisiana came under the control of Gen. Philip H. Sheridan. Some 200,000 U.S. soldiers were stationed throughout the South to preserve order and carry out the dictates of Congress.(1)In the spring of 1864, the Knight Company overthrew the Confederate authorities in Jones County and raised the United States flag over
the county courthouse in Ellisville. The county was known as the Free State of Jones, and some say it actually seceded from the Confederacy,He waged guerrilla war against the Confederacy and declared loyalty state of jones.
Join us Wednesday July 26, 2016 at 8est on George Jackson University Radio. You can listen in by calling 3478267332 or online by logging on to www.blogtalkradio.com/georgejacksonradio. On this broadcast we will have Khalid Raheem, a highly regarded community activist with an extensive background in addressing complex urban issues related to human development and social justice. As a youth, Khalid joined the Philadelphia chapter of the Black Panther Party in early 1970. He immersed himself in community organizing and community service via the Party's various campaigns and programs. As the black liberation movement intensified, Khalid was subsequently arrested and incarcerated for over ten years. In prison, Khalid embraced the teachings and practices of Islam which provided him with a much needed spiritual component. Islam strengthened his commitment to personal development and social justice. While incarcerated, he also continued the struggle to establish and expand prisoners rights, while challenging the existence of barbaric and inhumane conditions of imprisonment. Upon his release, Khalid hit the ground running. He has worked professionally with various agencies and organizations throughout the Pittsburgh area, serving as a counselor, program director, youth worker and consultant. A skilled community organizer, Brother Khalid has been involved with numerous local and national initiatives and organizations including: the National Black Independent Political Party (NBIPP), Pittsburghers Against Apartheid, Community Mosque, Inc., the African American United Front, the Million Man March Local Organizing Committee, the October 22nd Coalition, Citizens for Police Accountability, The Jericho Movement, and he is also the founder of the New Afrikan Independence Party (www.newafrikan.org)
Tonight, Beyond the Veil returns after much anticipation! Join us tonight for a brief show, as we hit the bullet points of recent events and give our analysis to contrast that of the mainstream media. What we aren’t being told enough about regarding the Orlando shooting? And what fabricated distractions have flooded the internet as a result? What’s the big picture on #Brexit and the global economy? Tune in tonight at 7pm Central as we run though this for you and pull the veil off of the truth.
Join hosts, Dr. Faith and YoTrip on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 6:30 pm to reflect on the recent tragedies to strike the Orlando community. Just last week, forty-nine victims at the Pulse Night Club died at the hands of Omar Mateen, a man who vowed alliance to the terrorist group ISIS. That same weekend, Christina Grimmie a gifted and talented contestant on The Voice was shot by an irate fan. The families of the victims are in mourning, left with unanswered questions, and started the difficult burial process of their loved ones. The Orlando community is resilient and there is not much that we cannot overcome together. Tune is as we discuss the journey to healing for the Orlando community. Don’t miss this empowering radio show!
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