The Decoding Society

DeAngelo Starnes

United States, EnglishPolitics

Founded by lawyer/journalist DeAngelo Starnes, the Decoding Society is a public service to the 99% from a populist and activist perspective. It also is an information exchange and discussion forum that encourages critical examination of the media and politicians' and corporations' actions. The mission of the Decoding Society is to counter the System of White Supremacy by neutralizing and reversing its impact on the world. Therefore, it seeks to fill in the holes of information dissemination to the public, which serve to manipulate thought/speech/action. We examine current events within the perspective of the nine major areas of people activity: economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war. The Blog Radio show times are Mondays, 6:30p EST - 7:30p EST and Saturdays 1p - 2p EST. Mondays are called "Media Watch" which is a review of how the media is treating major stories, trends, and events in the world. Saturdays are called "Brown Bagging on the Corner," which is a round up of the week's current events.

On-Demand Episodes

01:57

A Women Power Month discussion: "Battling Beyonce': The Struggle for Social Identity Among Sistahs" We're gonna talk the negative impact of "exceptionalism," is "bossy" another way of saying "uppity" and what the fk is Paul Ryan... more
01:34

Brown Bagging on the Corner: Black Panther-oriented show - Senate rejects Obama nominee to head DOJ Civil Rights Division because he defended ex-Black Panther Mumia Abul-Jamal; former Black Panther Marshall Eddie Conway freed... more
01:37

Brown Bagging on the Corner about athletes and domestic violence, wilding out in Florida, legislating the use of the term "Nigger/Nigga" in sports, and gentrification. 1p EST The call in number is 347-857-1436
01:14

Media Watch: State of journalism and whether journalism is still journalism or a euphemism for gossip and salacious "news." 6:30p EST The call-in number is 347-857-1436. With Tim Eure
01:37

Brown Bagging on the Corner: on the dearth of jazz radio in DC featuring Nicole Crawford-Tichowanna and Bijan Bayne. Our Black Power Month recognition also examines whites as curator/arbiters of Black art/culture, the tragedy of judges... more
00:59

Media Watch with Ernest Champell on Chris Christie's issues and media coverage of top stories including the Super Bowl
01:31

Kick off of Black Power Month includes a critique of the President's SOTU speech and a snapshot of the State of Black America. Plus college athletes organizing - should the rest of non-organized American workers follow suit? 1p EST... more
01:11

Sista commentary on 2013's impact on 2014 moving forward. Also, an in-depth discussion on 12 Years A Slave as a historical document and cinematic experience. 6:30p EST The call in number is 347-857-1436.
01:33

Catch up on news that occurred over the holidays plus the relativity of earnings in the form of whether athletes are getting paid so much money they have forgotten standards of conduct and performance whereas other folks who want to work... more
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