BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2015 - "Human Rights Demand" began a discussion on Wednesday, January 28, which continues throughout February: "Secret War on Black America and Victims' Families." Please call (347)857-3293 Wednesdays at 9pm EST to participate. Family members of victims often experience retaliation in the form of financial persecution, police harassment, arrests, or even murder, especially if they expose and oppose wrongful convictions or wrongful deaths. In the bad old days, crosses would burn in Black survivors' yards to warn them against seeking justice after lynchings. Retribution sometimes happens to non-relatives and unrelated supporters, i.e., attorneys and civil/human rights advocates.
Guests: Randy Short, Bob Darby, Elaina Porter. Short is a noted human rights advocate who frequents international news shows sharing knowledge about the causes and effects of systemic racism. Darby came of age as a privileged Caucasian Southrner in the early 60s. Darby was repulsed seeing Blacks dehumanized and deeply disappointed by the hypocrisy of his Georgia town. Porter's a human rights defender. Guests discuss systemic racism in America and its effects.
Our Black History Month program series is announced in this article:
Part 1 is archived at Blogtalkradio at this link
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass
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