Tuesday, August 18, 2015.(Call in 1 347 857 3293 EST to speak on air.)
ANATOMY OF OPPRESSION – PART VIII
We supposedly have the inalienable right of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but Black and Brown people live now and have always lived under and around arbitrary authority that is white authority. Control of education is an integral part of democratic organization - a very natural and obvious structure. Community Control of police is against the organization of government control from the top down.
An anatomy of oppression requires an ANATOMY OF COLONIALISM. That is a description of the connections that we have which relates to our ability to access money, that is jobs, education, housing and all the other benefits related to this economic system that we live under.
Jim Crow is not dead but alive and well and growing by the minute. The question for our next broadcast is...Do we have the emotional capacity to deal with this reality?
THIS WEEKS EPISODE WILL REVISIT THE BLACK AGENDA REPORTANALYSIS OF THE BLACK LIVES MATTER MOVEMENT within the context of the anatomy of oppression. Ralph Poynter
(1) Special Report from Mary Neal about her national protest initiative against Police Brutality.
(2) Special poetry reading of Mondo Eyen We Langa by Lynne Stewart
(3) In addition, this Tuesday, we will continue our special discussion led by Dick Minnerly and the radio panelists (Larry Pinkney, Lynne Stewart, Joel Meyers and Ralph Poynter) concerning the best form of government and thefundamental principles of proper government based on Mr. Minnerly’s book, "Human Nature."
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