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PNN - Progressive Activists address progress made so far in 2016
News Director Rick Spisak and Associate Producer Brook Hines bring the voices of Activists to thirsty ears;
Our political commentator Brook Hines with be producing a segment here at PNN and bringing us the Racial Justice Committee of Organize Now, they will be discussing their “decriminalization campaign” in Orange County, the Black Lives Matter movement, and how YOU can get involved right now in your community. [ www.orgnow.org ]
We will be joined by Kofi Hunt long time progressive activist who will bring his perspective on the issues of 2016.
Adam Weissman one of the Spokespersons of “TradeJustice New York Metro and Global Justice for Animals and the Environment” will address the ongoing TPP negotiations now as we stand on the dangerous shore of FAST TRACK.
We will also be joined by Dr. Alina Valdez who will address her run for office District 25.
Please join Vida Starr as she puts the decriminalization of marijuana on blast. They will discuss a variety of topics and scenarios surrounding this controversial topic.
MC Brooks will be her guest co-host this evening.
The dial-in number is 310-982-4273 and press 1 to speak with the host.
Welcome to the UnCommon Christianity podcast, affectionately known as The UCC Show!
Race Relations. Police Brutality. Animal Cruelty. Gay Rights. Marriage Equality. Refugee Rights. Marijuanna Decriminalization. Political Correctness. Reproductive Rights. Climate Change. Gender Identity. Sex Trade. Human Trafikking. Homelessness.
These are just a sampling of concerns addressed by Social Justice... But what is Social Justice? More importantly, how are Christians to handle it?
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Congresswoman Bass discusses Justice for Girls & Women: The Sexual Abuse to Prison Pipeline
Start:October 8, 2015 11:00 am
End:October 8, 2015 12:30 pm
Location:2237 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20510
Join Sherri Jefferson. She will discuss Congressowman Bass' meeting to eridicate the sexual abuse to prison pipeline. Is Congress doing enough? Can they amend the Trafficking Victims Protection Act and the Justice for Trafficking Victims Act to address mandatory decriminalization and preventing victims from being detained? Can they enact a Fair Criminal Records Reporting Act to delete the records of victims? Join me as we disuss some of the outcomes of from her hearing held in D.C. and the proposed recommendations of the African American Juvenile Justice Project that was submiited by Sherri Jefferson.
This week on Understanding the Law, we will discuss the pros and cons of decriminalization of prostitution. We will speak with a professional who advocates for decriminalization and explore the legal and social issues involved. Make sure that you join us on Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 10 AM EST as we discuss this delicate and controversial topic.
Elisabeth Fernandez-Kimmel is a minority rights advocate in Washington, DC. She will be joining us live to discuss her support for decriminalization. Ms. Fernandez-Kimmel recently earned her JD and advocates for sex worker rights, persons who experience intimate partner violence, and persons living with HIV.
Links provided courtesy of Ms. Fernandez-Kimmel:
Repeal of Prostitution Free Zones
Canada v. Bedford
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Join The Commissioner Ed Gray, producer Big C and friends at the Living Room Cigar Lounge 1902 S. Lamar St, Dallas, Tx 75215. Call (646) 668-8917 to listen in and be a part of the conversation from where ever you are.
For more information:
The War on Marijuana in Black & White
Decriminalization of Weed in USA
Never Get Busted
What does Jamaica have to lose from the decriminalization of marijuana/ganga for personal use? Why does ganga continue to be vilified despite the volumes of scientific research which have demonstrated its medicinal value? Are there any mitigating socioeconomic factors which haven't been taken into consideration in this discussion? Could Jamaica's heavily religious society have anything to do with it?
The team of Yardie Skeptics plans to roll the fattest spliff and puff the smoke to high heavens this Sunday, November 17th at 12:30pm. Join us and we just might pass the chillum your way! We'll be joined live in studio by Dr. Damion Blake, adjunct professor in political science at Virginia Tech to discuss the competing issues at stake.
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Yardie Skeptics Radio
"The home of the ackee of rationality and the saltfish of skepticism."
This week we will follow up with cultural appropriation, decriminalization of weed, married at 1st sight, and other topics I'm sure you'll love!!!
Artist: G True
Welcome to Weedsday Wednesday! Everything you ever wanted to know about medical marijuana!
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Cannabis Interviews, strain reviews, product reviews, news and information about anything and everything medical marijuana related in Tucson, Arizona and the world at large!
Get up to date, live information about what's happening with all of the marijuana laws of our state, the dispensary process, clubs, education centers and everything happening in our exciting little trail dust town!
Tonight's TEAMDAR Radio goes for a very controversial show tonight, as we talk some of the most hard hitting topics possible. Join us for what may be an uncomfortable discussion.
On tonight's show:
With the General Assembly considering a repeal of the "Rain Tax", Anne Arundel leaders propose a repeal in their own county but a Republican may be the one to keep this from happening. We'll discuss.
The illness of a well-respected Annapolis figure is being exploited by the pro suicide movement to promote their death agenda in Maryland. We will have an extended discussion of an issue we have been warning for months would be coming to the fore.
Contrary to what you may hear, not every legislator in Annapolis in moving to legalize marijuana. Some bi-partisan efforts are underway to responsibility deal with the failures of last year's decriminalization bill. We'll share those proposals and why they are a good idea.
With the season's first significant snow expected, we discuss the most annoying things about winter driving.
Grand Rapids City Procesutor Bill Forsyth is trying to sue the City of Grand Rapids for passing Prop 2 in the past election that would decriminalize Marijuana. The people of Grand Rapids have voted and he is trying to take away your vote. TUNE IN THIS THURSDAY AT 6:30PM. As we discuss this matter. We will be taking as many calls as we can getting your feed back on this!!! TUNE IN AND VOICE YOU OPINION!!