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  • 00:30

    The Activist Show

    in Politics

    Talk radio that walks the talk! This show is about solutions, something our elected officials don't seem to understand.

  • 00:31

    The Activist Show

    in Politics

    Talk radio that walks the talk! This show is about solutions, something our elected officials don't seem to understand.

  • 02:02

    A Street Activist Perspective (A.S.A.P)

    in Politics

    Our guest for this Sunday evening is our own native Houstonian, "Deric Muhammad." Deric Muhammad is an accomplished Houston-based Activist/Organizer who addresses issues on behalf of the black community and other poor and under-served disenfranchised communities concerning Social Justice, Police Brutality, Racial Inequality, and Black Male Development.


    Deric Muhammad believes that man is given power for one reason; "To Serve Others!" Deric Muhammad has been, for years, seen on local and national television stations addressing the tough issues faced by Black people in America. He says that he is unashamed of his love for Black people and thanks God every day for giving him the honor of serving his community. 


    In 2009 he independently produced and starred in a critically acclaimed documentary called “Raising Boys: Tips for Single Moms” that addresses the plight of Black women raising sons in the absence of a father. He recently launched a Houston-based Black Male Initiative called Project FORWARD that focuses on Stopping Inner-City Violence and creating Economic Development. His writings have been published in many newspapers and he has currently released his first self-published book A.S.A.P (A Street Activist Perspective).


    For more information on Brother Deric Muhammad and his work visit his website at www.dericmuhammad.com 


    LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...

  • 00:34

    Rapper and Activist Jasiri X

    in Self Help

    A new millennium leader leveraging the transformative power of Hip-Hop, Social Media and Technology into a new brand of social change.  Jasiri performs nationally and internationally, delivers keynote addresses and speaks on scholarly panels.  Jasiri has worked in underserved communities as a mentor, educator and community leader.  He is a founding member of the anti-violence community organization, 1Hood.  After garnering over 1.5 million YouTube views for his conscious elevating Hip-Hop, Jasiri felt that it was imperative to provide training for young people in new forms of digital media, empowering them to change their own communities and to tell their own, often maligned and marginalized stories.  In 2011, Jasiri founded 1Hood Media Academy in Pittsburgh, where he leads a team of educators and artists in teaching young people media literacy, photography, videography, music production, creative lyricism, entrepreneurship, journalism and other 21st century skills. Jasiri X is a new millennium Civil Rights Activist working closely with his mentor, Harry Belafonte to address social ills of today’s society.  Jasiri is poised to lead a global generation in changing Hip Hop’s bad rap (rep) by staying true to his artistic intention – FREEING MINDS ONE RHYME AT A TIME.

  • 01:02

    Guest tonight is Activist Central's own Mr. Tom Madison

    in Politics

    Activist Central tonight will be a role reversal:  Activist Central's Tom Madison in the Hot Seat for One Hour to talk about his campaign to reform the Oregon sex offender registration laws (OregonActionCommittee.Org) in addition to answering questions about Activist Central talk radio concept, the sex offender registration law reform movement in general, his fourteen year background in helping to reform SOR laws and how he sees today's political activism strategies and tactics in general.  He will be interviewed by Derek Logue of OnceFallen.Com (a SOR law reformer activist website) and other interested switchboard callers to the show. 


    Viva La Revolucion! - The New Militancy of the Oppressed, Degraded & Persecuted on Activist Central talk radio.


     


     


     

  • 01:01

    Activist Daivd Delk, Move To Amend

    in Politics

    Acivist David Delk, Move To Amend Activist
    The People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling in Citizens United and other related cases, and move to amend our Constitution to firmly establish that money is not speech, and that human beings, not corporations, are persons entitled to constitutional rights.
     

  • 01:31

    Search For A Cure - David Scondras, Activist

    in US Government

    "Political Dissent, Protest, and Repression - American Style” = = = = =
    With Special Guest:  David Scondras, political activist, former Boston City Councilman, and Executive Director of “Search For a Cure” a non-profit organization aimed at HIV Treatment Advocacy.   
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    This week's topic will deal with the US Government’s war on protesters, dissenters and the growing repression of various political groups exercising their First Amendment rights by speaking out against the current and recent illegal wars (overt and covert) in the Middle East; those who have stood up to the US Government’s authoritarian laws such as the NDAA 2012/2013 and PATRIOT Act where habeas, privacy and due process legal protections have been eviscerated from our Constitution;  those journalists and whistle-blowers (Chomsky, Hedges, Julian Assange, Bradley Manning and John Kiriakou) who have and continue to stand up against the massive counts of war crimes, treason and felonious wrong-doing by the Bush/Obama regimes;  and also those who led the Occupy protests of 2011 and 2012 who recently discovered that they may have come close to being assassinated by an as yet unidentified group according to the FBI.   America’s political dissenters are in increasingly in dangerous territory but still, they and we must push further ahead.   We want our former democratic society back.
     

  • 01:15

    Alysha Live! Rewind Activist Carole Stiller and Dorothy Johnson Speight

    in Entertainment

    Countdown to the next Alysha Live! Radio Rewind Shiow with my guest activist Carole Stiller, President of the Million Moms March NJ chapter, and Dorothy Johnson Speight, Founder and Executive Director of Moms In Charge Inc. They will be talking to me about their organizations, which is taking a stand against gun violence, and the violence that is happening in many of our communites. They will also be talking about their upcoming march in Washington on June 6, and you don't want to miss that. So listen in  and tell a friend expecially thoes who have lost children or love ones to gun violence, we are going to be talking about this issue and giving you some good information that could help you or a loved one.


    Keep it Locked to the Alysha Live! Radio Show for the Best in Talk Radio!


     

  • 01:01

    USA FAIR with Activist Shana Rowan, Executive Director

    in Politics

    USA FAIR with Activist Shana Rowan, Executive Director – Controversial topic centered around sex offenders in society.  This will be her second appearance on the show (since we had technical problems on April 23rd.)   Bring your thoughts, concerns, insights and questions to Shana Rowan who is fighting against the sex offender bogeyman stereotype by bringing her point-of-view to the airwaves.  Listen in to find out about her mission which is to educate the public about the myth about the high likelihood of re-offending by this dangerous group of people and her advocacy to reform the registry that is based on facts and evidence she claims.  "Sex offenders have one of the lowest recidivism rates of all offender groups in the criminal justice system", she says.  For more info: Www.USAFair.Org

  • 01:01

    Public Citizen with Activist Tyson Slocum Director

    in Politics

    Public Citizen with Activist Tyson Slocum Director, Public Citizen’s  Energy Program -
    Tyson Slocum is director of Public Citizen's Energy Program, covering climate change, coal, oil, fracking, nuclear energy, renewables and commodity market oversight. Tyson Slocum advocates for decentralized, affordable renewable energy for working families. Tyson has expertise on federal subsidies for the energy sector and promotes refocusing such incentives away from the nuclear, oil and coal industries toward rooftop solar and wind energy, energy efficiency and mass transit.
    Listen to Tyson Slocum and me but also please consider supporting their work at http://www.citizen.org

  • 02:01

    "What Is An Activist?" on "A Muslim and A Catholic Wake Up in 'Merica"

    in Politics

    What is an Activist?
    A person who sees an injustice in the world and works hard to fix or right the injustice, but in the 21st century it seems it’s usually a false sense of self-importance.  “Wait, what an injustice in the world…that’s just wrong…I’m going to like that page, or “That one is really heart wrenching and it hurts me…I got to more than just like that one…I’m going to make it my status.” And activism is not just buying apparel to support the cause so that you look cool. Its east to be an activist these days, Right?  All you need is a computer, a mouse and lots of FaceBook friends so that you can broadcast to a large audience every time you like a page or make a nonsense comment.  What if all your clothes were stolen and your FaceBook page were to be deleted?   The hard truth is: Activism isn’t about the T-shirt, sticker, or the bracelet you bought. It’s not even what you talk about on the internet all the time, unless you are actively doing something about it! Being an activist means you “Join The Fight!” Being an activist is; knowing what support really means and your willingness to bear the weight of something…even if it is un-cool. Isa and Common Cal’s first guest is CJ Pearson. 13 years old and he gets it. At 13 years old, CJ Pearson commands a brand, following, and political message that inspires young and old alike. CJ has been featured on Fox News, the Washington Times, USA Today. Joining the conversation in the second hour will be Daniel Johnson from Solutions Institute (Isa’s Bromance) and Brian Engleman discussing the Tennessee, Louisiana, and LA shootings as well as the upcoming Act Con 3. That’s Tuesday night, July 28st at 8:00pm EST/5:00pm PST on “A Muslim & A Catholic Wake Up In ‘Merica.”  Coffee Party USA Radio Network.