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Freedom is NEVER Free. It is always paid for on the backs of those who march, fight, negotiate, and die for our rights. From the birth of America to the Civil Rights Movement, the cost of freedom has been staggeringly high. And the cost of justice and fairness exacts an even higher cost.Today marks the beginning of a week of tributes to the foot soldiers who paved the way for freedom and justice in the Civil Rights Movement. This weekend commemorates the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and next Wednesday marks the 58th Anniversary of the brutal murder of Emmett Till. This December marks the 58th anniversary of the beginning of the Montgomery Bus Boycott. ALL of these events come 150 years AFTER the Emancipation Proclamation...reminding us that our fight for Freedom never ended. Our special guest today, Deborah Watts, will share her family’s story as she leads the organization that keeps her cousin’s memory alive...The Emmett Till Legacy Foundation.We’ll also pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, Dorothy Height, A. Philip Randolph and ALL of the 250,000 foot soldiers who defied the odds at the 1963 March On Washington.
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Giving a piece of our minds tonight on Gay Rights, Homosexuality & Civil Rights? Is there really a parallel between what Black People went through and what Homosexuals are going through?
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This week on Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson, Stephanie takes on some of the unfinished business of the civil rights movement by questioning the emotional and psychological legacy of this remarkable historical period and how it relates to current self-perceptions of the modern-day Black community. Did our strategic quest for political and legal equality neglect our need for psychological liberation? Did we push so hard to be equal with the majority group that we psychologically undermined our own unique value and beauty as a people?
Joining us to sort this out is former Tuskegee mayor Omar Neal, activist mother and lawyer Enola Aird, and psychologist Dr. Daryl Rowe. Together we will discuss this issue of emotional emancipation and its ongoing connection with our quest for civil rights.
It is time to gather at the Roundtable as Stephanie Robinson delivers hot topics, deep talk and a little bit of uplift. Roundtable with Stephanie Robinson... pull up a chair.
American Vernacular takes on the issue of voter suppression and how this seems destined to become the new civil rights battle of the 21st century. How can a nation that has proliferated war around the world inthe name of democracy deny any of its citizens the right to vote in fair and free elections? It's time to ask the question. AV announces the launch of Sisters Of Action, a grassroots organization established to get urban women registered to vote.
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Today we take a closer look at Natural vs Civil Rights. We have an Audio Recording of the Right to Travel whiich is the best that I have ever had the pleasure of listening to and which I think is going to be a very good case study for all of you.We also take a look at a Sovereign in Court in Texas and examine what was done correctly or incorrectly.This is going to be a Great One you Dont want to Miss!!
Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson conducts an exclusive interview with Catherine Lhamon, the head of the U.S. Department of Education’s Civil Rights Division on his weekly Hutchinson Report. Lhamon discusses the continuing racial gap in funding, textbooks, and other educational materials in many school districts throughout the nation. She discusses the aggressive measures that her office is taking to bring school districts into compliance with racial and gender anti-discrimination statutes.
New York has had the Stop and Frisk policy in line since 2002, however, the policy is now gaining national attention. Detroit is also in the mix of adopting this policy. In a city like Detroit, because of it's racial make-up, it will undoubtedly appear to be a form of racial profiling. But is it really? Call in this Tuesday at 8pm to comment on the HOT TOPIC ~ "IS THE STOP AND FRISK POLICY A VIOLATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS? Call 760.283.4647 or click www.eblockradio.com to see us LIVE on uStream!! DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW THE CREW ON TWITTER @HoodHowardStern and @RealMonkMoney
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