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ANATOMY OF OPPRESSION & COLONIALISM- PART X
What should the Primaries teach us?(Black Lives Matter: The truth unfolds) Readings, writings & Updates from Political Prisoners.- We are upgrading & intensifying our efforts and trying to pull together every group & ALL organizations to FREE OUR POLITICAL PRISONERS NOW. What is Human Nature?- A Round Table discussion. Organizing against unnecessary immunizations Excerpts from the Black Activist Writers Guild by Black Panther & former political prisoner.
Eyes Wide Open cohosts Michael Handley and Rheana Piegols welcome Texas State Representative Mary E. González.
New laws passed in the 2015 84th Texas Legislature take effect on September 1, 2015. We'll discuss these new laws, other legislation passed by the 84th Texas Legislature, and more with Rep. Gonzalez. In November 2012, Rep. Mary Gonzalez was elected State Representatives for Texas State House District 75 -- an area that includes east El Paso County, the fastest growing part of southwest Texas. Mary was raised in Clint, Texas, graduating from Clint High School. Mary received her Bachelor Degree from the University of Texas at Austin and her Master's Degree from St. Edward's University. Currently, she is pursuing her Doctoral degree in Curriculum and Instruction - Cultural Studies in Education at UT-Austin. Rep. Gonzalez has worked at the National Hispanic Institute, the University of Texas at Austin, and as the Assistant Dean for Student Multicultural Affairs at Southwestern University. Rep.Mary Gonzalez has announced her reelection campaign for 2016.
American Vernacular is back with our weekly installment of Political Hodge Podge as we discuss the political, economic, social and cultural issues facing the nation from an urban and secular perspective. Tune in and join the conversation. Visit us online at www.americanvernacular.org
Every speech about Black issues ends up in talk about crime, prison talk, education, missing fathers, you need to vote. These problems come from slavery and the foundation of institutional racism which is an orchrestrated substitute for slavery. All challenges in Black communities are not about crime, and criminal records. When a father cannot get hired because his name is Jamal, his family is left without necessities. With time family situations are changed temporarily if not permanently. Institutional racism is the White rebellion to freed slaves. Wealthy White men legalized a new slavery, institutional racism. Via policing, politicians controlled freed Blacks. With merchants wanting free labor, BlackCode laws enabled the imprisonment of freed Blacks to be used for free labor. Black prisoners provided free labor and free labor today. When Blacks are not hired today, Whites are saying we don't pay Blacks for their services. When Blacks are not able to operate successful businesses today, Whites are saying we don't pay Blacks for their goods.
Only the latest much publicized multiple gun murder...this time in Virginia...raises the curtain on guns-don't-kill v. gun-control-laws-save-lives choruses. Let's get real this afternoon.
That doesn't go any place. Shout over the fence.
I'm a progressive sort. Let's go to fundamentals. The U.S. is absurd in number of mass gun killings (more than 4 at a time). worldwide. What is to be done?
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Liberal Fix interviews guest James Kilgore, author of Mass Incarceration: A People's Guide to the Key Civil Rights Struggle of our Time.
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