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Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* White House Invites Homosexual Activists to Greet Pope Francis
* 107 Dead After Crane Collapses At a Mosque In Mecca On September 11th
* Office Depot Apologizes After Refusing To Print Pro-life Fliers
In the early hours of Saturday, Aug. 8, Amber Monroe of Detroit became the 12th transgender woman of color to be killed in 2015 Amber was only 20 years old and a student at Michigan's Wayne State University. She was also a good friend of Bre Campbell a Detroit and national activists for Transgender rights. She knew Monroe from the Horizons Project, which specializes in HIV/AIDS prevention and care for adolescents at Wayne State University. The loss of Amber and the other transgender woman murdered in 2015 (22 as of October,2015 most under age 37) moved Campbell beyond grief to action with the Trans Sistas of Color Project.
Continuing to recognize leaders under 30, CAN WE TALK FOR REAL co-hosts Teresa “TerryBoi” Jackson and Michelle E. Brown welcome on Wednesday, December 16, 2015 Bre Campbell Executive Director and Ahya “Yah-Yah” Nicole and John Campbell founding members of the Trans Sistas of Color Project (TSOCP).
TSOCP was established in 2015, in response to the growing numbers of Trans murders. This group of concerned community activists endeavor to uplift, impact and influence the lives of transgender women of color in Detroit. Executive Director Campbell explained that “TSOCP fills in the gap, creates space and influences Trans women of color through programming, resources, services and engagement in order to improve our quality of life.” TSCOP’s Trans centric programming, services and resources are built around the goal of creating a 24 hour drop in center for Trans women of color in Detroit.
Join us Wednesday, December 16, 2015 at 8:30est/7:30cst pm, call into 347-215-8985 and Press 1 to speak.
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Join your host and townhall moderator Phil Waite for a discussion on how we as citizens can become freedom activists and act as our own citizen's lobbyists. It's K Street versus Main Street!
We will also discuss why economic freedom is important and how the IRS and Capital Cronyism is destroying the middle class in America.
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One does not have to have an Ivy League degree to know 2016 will be giving us a ride more frightening than any roller coaster ever made! From the 20167 Presidential Elections, the rise and activity of domestic "militias", record sales of guns/ammunition, police in the cross-hairs of the media/politicians, Christians and westerners in the cross-hairs of various terrorists groups, and......
Who ever said life is boring is crazy! Join us "In the Pickle Barrel" today as we look at why 2016 will be a year to forget; I mean remember; I mean....
This nightly or gramming features black voices from around the globe fighting for human rights against #StateSanctionedDiscrimination and Poverty! #BuildWithUs The year will feature stories, ideas, goals and concerns within the #BlackLivesMatter protests happening across America! What are your thoughts on tonight's topic? Call In or Join the livechat!
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We have seen marching and chanting in the streets of U.S. cities where police have killed unarmed citizens. We've heard demands for social justice. We have also heard demands for jobs and economic opportunities. All of these things are possible with new leadership in the houses of government, which can open the doors of economic opportunity for young entrepreneurs who are prepared to introduce products and services to the global marketplace. The question is, are the youth who provide the energy of protest prepared with a strategy to run the cities by choosing and electing leaders with a new and better vision of how to create a fair and just society? Today's guests, 16 year old activist Lamon Reccord and 16 year old ordained minister Rev. Zachary Love discuss strategies for empowerment. Coach Ernest Radcliff discusses the responsibility of adults to provide guidance and mentor ship to today's youth.
You won't want to miss The People's Town Hall at 11 am CST. Jim Napolitano, a candidate for Montgomery County Sheriff,will be my my guest in the town hall today! Jim has over 30 years of experience in law enforcement including his time in the Secret Service leading teams of hundreds of agents to protect presidents, leading security teams for international oil companies, or serving as chief of police of the city of Montgomery. Join your fellow patriots in the town hall and call some friends and invite them.
Political season moves into full gear and that means it's time for activists to get off the bench and into the game. Join your host and town hall moderator, Phil Waite as we plan the strategies to make certain WE THE PEOPLE have spoken during Campaign 2016!!
The Presidential election is already underway. Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Kentuck Senator Rand Paul have already entered the arena. We know others are already primed, ready to enter the race as well. From Gov. Rick Perry to Sen. Marco Rubio and Gov. Scott Walker, the Primary is going to be highly contested.
Join us as we get to know the details of each campaign and candidate. We'll share our insight and commentary and hopefully, ask some questions about the candidates that need to be answered.
We will have special guests with expertise in the election process and will have Grassroots activists from across the country on the line.
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