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"SLAVERY: Crimes Against Humanity" A lecture by Professor Sir Hilary Beckles"
Sir Hilary Beckles gives a veritable history lesson about slavery in the Caribbean and in the Americas at large, one that would never be taught in US classrooms or appear on movie screens. He articulates a well-documented argument about how Britain and other European countries used slavery to build their empires on the backs of Africans, proud human beings who were worked to death and not paid a cent for their hundreds of years of labor servicing the economic interests of white supremacy.
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An American pastor, Scott Lively, faces charges of “crimes against humanity” simply for opposing the homosexual agenda and exercising his First Amendment rights? An exclusive news-making interview with Brian Camenker of Mass Resistance.
"Flint: Crimes Against Citizens"
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The question of who knew what and when is rendered impotent. The Governor, Municipal Administrator, state health officials and the EPA. THEY ALL KNEW ONE YEAR AGO.
"Is it extreme to posit that local and state officials and the Environmental Protection Agency knowingly allowed the poisoning of tens of thousands of Flint residents? Perhaps. But it is irrefutable that they knew that residents – primarily African Americans and the working class – were drinking, bathing and cooking with poisonous water for six months before authorities warned them of risks. . . . EPA water expert, Miguel Del Toral, identified potential contamination problems with Flint’s drinking water last February " - OUR COMMON GROUND Voice, Dr. Marsha Coleman Adebeyo and Kevin Bender. The Guardian January 22, 2016 .
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Conversation with AUSA Scott McBride re: crimes against whistle-blower Lidya Radin
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, HONOR CRIMES, AND IMMIGRANT WOMEN: THE COMMON FACTOR
Domestic violence in the US, honor crimes in those “other” countries: are they really so different? And what can this mean for women who immigrate to the US and have experienced both? What are the connections, what are the commonalities, and what are the realities for women of all cultures when it comes to victimization by intimate partners?
Jessica Winegar says the 18,000 women killed by abusers in the US between 2003 and 2014 are no different from the women killed in the Middle East or South Asia. She is the Harold H. and Virginia Anderson Chair in Anthropology at Northwestern University. Her research specialization is in the Middle East, and she has written widely on issues of gender, Islam, and global politics. Penny Venetis is Executive Vice President and Legal Director of Legal Momentum and as Clinical Professor of Law, and Director of the International Human Rights Clinic, at Rutgers, she specialized in civil rights and international human rights impact litigation. She instituted women’s rights projects in the Rutgers Law School clinics, developed human trafficking advocacy projects, and recruited and supervised pro bono attorneys from major law firms to work on the Clinic’s landmark cases.
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In this episode of "Bringing Voices To Power" I speak with retired detective Ken Williams from Massachusetts of the Non-Profit Organization "Law Enforcement Against Prohibition" about their organization's fight against prohibition. Cops, prosecutors, judges and everyday citizens are joining together to fight back against the failed, dangerous and expensive "war on drugs." You can join their free action alert and news e-mail list at http://www.CopsSayLegalizeDrugs.com/ to educate yourself and support their fight.
Join Teal Gray, Jonathan Emmett, Sophia Jones, Sarah Beth Wied Green and Mark Elliott Fults for a Roundtable discussion on how we can educate and promote change as we talk about :
1. People getting bolder in their bullying, using the Internet and social media to hide behind
2. Hate Crimes
3. The divisive and inciteful negative nature of this political election
The allure of society's shiny objects of fame, counterfeit freedoms, influence, pleasure and power has driven many to refute and suppress God's truth to "pursue their own imaginations" (Isaiah 65:2), causing deception. Consequently, deception's misery has broken and imprisoned many with the enemy's tool of shame—and they're looking a mess. But consequently, there is a special opportunity for the Body of Christ to receive the broken. They're being released from their literal and/or spiritual prisons as new creations in Christ Jesus through the sharing of the Gospel. How will we receive them? With joy? Or like they have the cooties? Consequently, we have problems AND opportunities. Which will you be part of? Join us! U2's video "Song for Someone," featuring actor Woody Harrelson, gives insight on this topic. We'll also play new song "Water," by our brother in Christ and My Light Ministry addiction interventionist, Selepri Amachree.
Though we've steadily produced written content to equip you in God's Word, Voices Against the Grain is excited to return to you on the radio after a year's hiatus from our show. We needed the time to refresh. This Wednesday, our ministry founder and show host, Nicole D. Hayes, will share with you a "What's Going On" conversation as she reviews select national and world events from 2015 to present day. Though evil abounds, so do opportunities to share Christ's Love. She will share God's Word to help us remain steady in unsteady times; how to be light in darkness, to engage and not retreat. Please join us!