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In this first episode of Social Justice Bullies, we dig into Jason Black's claim that Chicago has a "bastard baby maker" problem because science n' shit. Phoenix Calida comes in and we dig a bit into conservatism and liberalism. Later on, Ricky talks about past behavior that he now knows was wrong. ...this is clearly a first episode. We make the bulk of the program about respondng to a misogynoiristic meme with these silly ass redundant "reaons" why black men are dating non-black women
The Smoking Glass Hour with Baron Glass proudly presents our upcoming guest, ACLU Staff Attorney, Mr. Carl Williams. Be sure to join us tonight at 7:30 p.m. CST. Join the discussion by calling (773) 897-6398 or listen in at The Smoking Glass Hour website.
Carl joined the ACLU of Massachusetts as staff attorney in September 2013. He was previously a criminal defense attorney with the Roxbury Defenders Unit of the Committee for Public Counsel Services. Carl is a graduate of the University of Rhode Island and the University of Wisconsin Law School.
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Due to technical issues, we lost the 8 AM show. This is the edited version of the show.
In this episode, Yaron Brook will discuss the social justice movement and the lack of justice in their philosophy and tactics.
Every week Yaron Brook reviews significant headlines that impact freedom in various forms. Commenting from a philosophical view that man's greatest value is self, he brings unique perspective to the conversation, always ending the show with a positive sense of life.
Social justice imposes on each of us a personal responsibility to work with others to design and continually perfect personal and social development. The term "social justice" was seen by the U.N. "as a substitute for the protection of human rights [and] first appeared in United Nations texts during the second half of the 1960s. At the initiative of the Soviet Union, and with the support of developing countries, the term was used in the Declaration on Social Progress and Development, adopted in 1969.
The Quran contains numerous references to elements of social justice. Charity and assistance to the poor – concepts central to social justice – are and have historically been important parts of the Islamic faith. The notion of social justice first surfaced in Western thought and political language in the wake of the industrial revolution and the parallel development of the socialist doctrine. It emerged as an expression of protest against what was perceived as the capitalist exploitation of labor and as a focal point for the development of measures to improve the human condition.
Many authors criticize the idea that there exists an objective standard of social justice.Some people accept some of the basic principles of social justice, such as the idea that all human beings have a basic level of value, but disagree with the tenet that all people are equally entitled to the respect of their fellowmen.Some scholars reject the very idea of social justice as meaningless, religious, self-contradictory, and ideological, believing that to realize any degree of social justice is unfeasible, and that the attempt to do so must destroy all liberty.
The concept of social justice involves finding the optimum balance between responsibilities as a society and responsibilities as individuals to contribute to a just society. Some scholars have documented that oppression is often allowed to occur in group settings because group members’ privilege is left unchecked and unchallenged. A number of people believe attention to social justice concerns is not within their roles so they do not address issues of member oppression and marginalization . The lack of attention to group members’ diversity is often re-traumatizing to those who have survived socio-cultural oppression.“Oppression”, in this text refers to‘a state of domination where the oppressed suffer the consequences of deprivation, exclusion, discrimination, exploitation, control of culture, and violence.
The United Nations has addressed “human rights” on an international scale and acknowledges that in a number of nations, ”indigenous people” who are entitled to the full protection of the individual human rights system, have their rights violated and often experience poverty and disadvantage to a greater extent than the rest of the population. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People recognize the difficulty in realizing human rights for Indigenous people who have been disadvantaged on a systemic level by historical discrimination and dispossession over past centuries; however, there has never been such an assessment of the condition of the Black American in the United States of America.
Social justice can be defined as promoting a just society by challenging injustice and valuing diversity where all people have a right to equitable treatment and support for their human rights. In conditions of social justice, people are not discriminated against, on the basis of gender, sexuality, religion, political affiliations, age, race, belief, disability, location, social class, socioeconomic circumstances, or other characteristic of background or group membership.
Social justice assures the protection of equal access to liberties, rights, and opportunities.Human rights include general freedom; dignity; life; liberty; security; equality before the law; presumption of innocence until proven guilty; freedom of movement and residence; right to seek and gain asylum from persecution; right to a nationality; the right to marry and have a family; right to own property; freedom of thought, conscience and religion; freedom of peaceful assembly and association; the right to participate in government; the right to work by free choice and to have protection against unemployment; the right to equal pay for equal work; the right to rest and leisure; the right to an adequate standard of living with food, clothing, housing and medical care inthe event of sickness, disability and old age; the right to education; the right to participate in the community and "to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits"; the right to the "protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which [one] is the author. Additionally, people enjoy freedom from slavery or servitude; torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment; discrimination; arbitrary arrest, detention, or exile; arbitrary interference with privacy; among many others.
Today on "It's My House" we shall be discussing how to start a "Social Justice Law Library".
Many nof the repeated "social impact" events that happen..............ie...........traffic stops gone bad, Court results come out in a non favorable way to a very displeased public. Mis-understandings across race lines.
Our solution to that is start a Social Justice Law Library in:
Faith based organizations
By starting these organization you shall be planting seeds of greatness.
Visit our website: www.itsmyhouseonline.com
Call to listen to It's My House Radio @ 712-432-8863
We will discuss the black church, black secular community and its claim of the social justice mantle. Everybody wants to claim that they marched with MLK and had tea with MalcolmX. Was that really the case? Let's talk about this and more.
Were the Black Power Movement and Civil Rights Movement started and maintained by the black church?
Were the Black Power Movement and Civil Rights Movement started and maintained by the secular community?
Were these movements supported and funded by the black church? What percentage? ...and more...
How were black womens issues handled by the church? Were they supportive or patriarchal in approach?
Although women started, funded and maintained these movements, they were pushed to the back. Current movements are being spearheaded by women.
Is that why the response has been dismal from the black church?
Is that why the response has been dismal from the black community?
Is that why the response has been dismal from the black secular community?
Is the old Civil Rights Vanguard attempting to co-opt these movements from the young people who started them?
This movement is inclusive of ALL BLACK LIVES. Is that why you some black men rejecting it? Do they believe that the focus should be on Black men and then they will help the women? Are we falling for that trick again?
That and more.
Dianna Long discusses double ocupation artist showing your art in a group of peers. Being an artist and discussing issues important to you like the isms.
The Truth Advocates, with your host Savvy Macheras and Co-host Travis Gorman, exposing more historical truth and expanding on our first episode! The news segment is just as crazy for this show as it was on the last show, mind boggling for sure. You have to wonder why and how things have gotten so out of control on our planet. We look forward to sharing these two hours with you! Please feel free to participate in the conversation by calling in, joining our chat room and/or through our facebook page. www.facebook.com/thetruthadvocates
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The Truth Advocates, with your host Savvy Macheras and Co-host Travis Gorman, exposing more historical truth and WOW.. this is going to be an INCREDIBLY enlightening show!!!! I would even go so far as to say monumental!!! We will take a step back in time and review some facts regarding the Sandy Hook incident and Ravin Cumberland is back with news that will blow your minds! You don't want to miss this show! I'm so excited I wish it was showtime already!! Join us as more of the truth is revealed!
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