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Is it wrong to be indifferent about if gays or blacks getting rights? We'll discuss that as well as comparisons to blacks getting their civil rights in the 60's to what gays are trying to do now. Also on the list of topics to discuss will be sibling rivalries. It's understandable when it comes to children, but what happens when it occurs with adults? All of these things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinons."
We take a look at the black community's views on the LGBT community and vice versa while comparing and contrasting the civil rights struggles of each community.
Join, The Gist of Freedom host, Preston Washington as he welcomes Civil Rights Hero Florence Tate! Mrs. Tate is still going strong, but back in the day, she was a member of Civil Rights group CORE, 1963-66, then became a SNCC fundraiser and Southern Ohio campus liaison 1966-68. In addition, she served on Dayton All iance for Racial Equality (DARE) from 1966-69. In an article in hopeforwomen.org she said: “The country has gone backwards from the time of Dr. Martin Luther King&rsquo
This week on Standing Firm we will be discussing a new poll on whether Americans view same-sex marriage and homosexuality as a civil right. You will be surprised at the results. Standing Firm will discuss the impact this is having on the Church and the implications for the future.
There is a current movement for animal rights in America, and numerous problems across the nation with Animal Control. Briefly, these duties are in many cases regulated to non-profit organizations with no effective oversight. This is certainly the case in Delaware. The fourth most corrupt state in the Union has a system where all complaints against Animal Control Officers and Shelter operations get directed to the Board of Directors in charge of same. Clear conflict of interests. Th
Tonight's discussion will be on the erosion of the constitution with examples taken from recent events in Delaware. We will be discussing how corruption can only thrive in an environment where civil rights are suppressed. Delaware's Strange Fruits hbcuinstitute.org Deacons for Defense We will Shoot Back! Armed resistance in the Mississippi Freedom Movement.
This show featuring Ricardo Jones discusses statistics, profiting from the pain of the discriminated, and Black Listing in the federal government.
Are cases being set aside based on the color of the victims? Can we expect justice from the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission? How do employees there feel themselves? We will explore this and other issues.
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Join Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips as he discusses a recent Polish study that found that vaccine adverse events are disproportionate to vaccines' elimination of childhood diseases, new federal regulations that give the Pentagon sweeping domestic police power, an Arizona mom's success in getting laws passed allowing her to adopt a child despite not vaccinating her own biological children, a Winsconsin bill that would ban mandatory flu shots for healthcare workers, the psychological barriers to successfully sharing the truth about vaccines, and much more!
Join The Gist of Freedom live on location, UNESCO Cnference with attorney Harvey Herman, as we discuss attorney Activist, Virgil D. Hawkins and visit his monument in Florida.
In 1949, Civil Rights Activist, Attorney Virgil D. Hawkins, as a student applied to the University of Florida (UF) law school but was denied entry because of his race. He was urged to attend law school outside Florida but refused and sued the state, which responded by establishing a law school at FAMU. While he was admitted to FAMU’s law school, Hawkins continued his fight for acceptance at the University of Florida. Although he was unsuccessful, Hawkins’ long-fought battle led to the ultimate desegregation of the University of Florida. Hawkins received his law degree from the New England College of Law more than 20 years after applying to UF. The FAMU College of Law was founded in 1949 on the main campus in Tallahassee. After graduating 57 lawyers, the law school was closed by the state of Florida in 1968. The Florida Legislature voted to reopen the law school in 2000 and Orlando was selected as the location. The reestablished FAMU College of Law opened its doors in 2002 and is now housed in a state-of-the-art facility in downtown Orlando’s Parramore neighborhood.
Please join us as we recap the year and discuss UnSung Heroes of the Civil Rights Movement. Who is Medgar Evers? Who risked their businesses and lives to support the civil rights leaders on the front line? Who continues to be overlooked and underappreciated? The call-in number is 310-982-4273. You can also Skype into the show. Time: 10AM PST/Noon CST/1PM EST.
Rabbi Ben Kamin is joining Bill today on KOKS Radio to talk about your kids and their civil rights. From the Emancipation Proclamation to the assassination of Martin Luther King, the civil rights movement has traveled some rough roads. Despite the fact that countless white Americans across the nation supported these difficult changes, many Americans of color feel that it is their movement and that the great work of Dr. King was for and by black America. The reality is that for civil rig
QuestioN: Should TRANSGENDER BOYS be allowed to use the GIRL's RESTROOM?
The Parents of Coy Mathis have filed a complaint with the Colorado Division of Civil Rights, accusing the School District of Discrimination against their 6 year old Transgender Son. The Parents maintain that the child has identified himself as a girl as early as 18 months of age. After seeking professional help for Coy's Depression from Licensed Therapists, at age 4, both Parents were informed that Coy identified with being a girl; therefore, was Transgender. After acknowledging his Gender Crisis, both Parents agreed that Coy was severely depressed when forced to wear Boys clothing and identify himself as a Male. Both agreed that when Coy was dressed as a Girl, he was happier; therefore, the allow him to live life FULL TIME as a Girl.
Now, at 6 years old, Coy Mathis has been removed from school by his Parents stating that his Civil Rights have been violated by the School for prohibiting him from usage of the Girl's Restroom. Until recently, the First Grader attended school,daily,dressed in Girls' clothing and Students, Teachers and Staff agreed to identify with him FULL TIME as a girl. After allowing Coy to use the Girl's Restroom since Kindergarten, School Officials recently decided that it was no longer acceptable; furthermore, they agreed to accomodate Coy by allowing him to use a Private Bathroom. Following this decision, Coy's Parents were offended and felt that their Transgender Son was being unfairly singled out and would become object for ridicule if he were forced to use a separate Bathroom.
At what age does a child begin to UNDERSTAND their Sexual Orientation? Are Elementary School aged children TOO YOUNG to be exposed to a Transgender situation? How do PARENTS/ SCHOOL STAFF explain Transgender issues to OTHER Elementary School aged Children?