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Ronald A. Edwards breaks his silence on the National and local (Minneapolis) NAACP. n 2003, Mr. Ronald A. Edwards exposed the national and Minneapolis NAACP with information about millions of dollars gone missing from the coffers. Later the same year, the national NAACP expelled Edwards for life. The national office thought by expelling Edwards, he would no longer have the creditability to talk about issues of the NAACP. They were dead wrong. For more than 40 years, Ronald A. Edwards has been a mainstay in print, television and radio. He now my co-host on the award winning BlogTalkRadio program, “The Ron and Don Show,” broadcast weekly every Wednesday at 8:30 pm.
Don't miss this program as the dynamic-duo of Don Allen and Ronald A. Edwards take to the airwaves. There will be no stuttering, mindless pauses or questions that are stupid. We deal in fact.
Minnesota's black leadership caste is in trouble. While elected officials put together the "game plan" for the black community, poverty pimps, huslters and clergy continue to look for that all mighty dollar bill at the sake of community progress.
Co-hosts Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen bring you the best in Black Talk Radio on #BlogTalkRadio on Wednesday, Jan. 28 at 8:30 p.m.
Former Cincinnati NAACP branch president Mr. Jim Clingman joins us tonight to discuss the Cincinnati Branch NAACP members win Temporary Restraining Order against NAACP headquarters.
Also on tonights program:
Dreams of $26 million diminish for north Minneapolis spokespersons…new hustle: Public Safety - It has come to our attention the proposal delivered to Minnesota governor Mark Dayton for $26 million to cure the black communities ills is a thing of the past. Minnesota’s black elected officials must be held accountable for political tomfoolery.
Sen. Jeff Hayden and other black elected officials dismisses Council on Black Minnesotans legislative agenda
In an IBNN News exclusive we learned today that Minnesota senator Jeff Hayden (DFL – and Black), will not be supporting the state Council on Black Minnesotans legislative agenda, but has took up camp with the Minnesota Asian Council to back, support and do whatever he can to make sure the Asian council is successful during this years legislative session. I’ll let you marinade on that.
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Take your medication and make sure refills are available at your local drug store. Summit Academy OIC’s Louis King, a decorated Army veteran, advocate for education in the black community and businessman will be our special guest on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 8:30 p.m.
By The Ron and Don Show
On last weeks program, hosts Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen tore open a hornets nest on the $26 million dollar proposal submitted to governor Mark Dayton last month. There are many questions about who will actually get money on behalf of Minnesota’s black community and why there are no job descriptions, outcomes or meaningful dialog with local community members about the proposal. Mr. Louis King will join us at the top of our program (8:30 p.m.) to answer questions within his fold.
This show will also cover:
A local preacher has contacted IBNN NEWS to threaten the editor-in-chief with bodily harm. Although this preacher does not know there are forces beyond his comprehension watching his moves and monitoring all conversations.
What’s happening with the Minneapolis NAACP? No notices sent out to members will spell disaster for any election.
#pointergate: A waste of time and a distraction from the real business of the black community.
The Minnesota African American Museum and the pending lawsuit – what happened to the money?
Ferguson, Missouri – how many black folks must die before we will overcome? The latest updates live from our sources in that city.
University Campuses: Black men need assistance. The campus atmosphere has rejected black-male masculinity in favor of protecting rights for sexual orientation.
Join us on Wednesday for a real look on what’s happening in the black community locally and nationally.
Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards (Black Focus, The Minneapolis Story) and Don Allen (The Independent Business News Network and Black Politics in Minneapolis) as they discuss the latest world news, politic, accountability and economic development in the minority-ethnic communities of the United States.
The University of Kansas Hospital said a person who came into the hospital with a high fever and other serious symptoms has been placed in isolation and is undergoing tests. IBNN NEWS along with the RonDex Group has reporters live on the location that will call in and explain to listeners the current situation.
At the 9 o’clock hour, Minnesota gubernatorial candidate Hannah Nicollet will join The Ron and Don Show. Candidate Nicollet will bring us up to speed on why the Duluth Chamber and the Duluth News Tribune are not doing their jobs by allowing political candidates to dictate who is in their debate. We will also discover why candidate Nicollet cannot be dismissed in 2014.
The phone lines will be open, your calls are welcomed.
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