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Today on EBC†RADIO your host Richard Haas will be critiquing a new clip by Pastor Steven Furtick from Elevation Church. The name of the clip he will be looking at deals with a sermon that Furtick preached on the 5th of December about "The Part We Must Play in Our Faith." Later in the show Richard will be talking about what is known as the "Evangelical Industrial Complex." Ever hear of it? If not make sure to stay tune and listen in and learn.
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DOES THE SCHOOLS PREPARE BLACK BOYS FOR PRISON? IS THERE A SYSTEM THAT DISCRIMINATES AGAINST BLACK BOYS? WHY ARE BLACK BOYS DROPPING OUT OF SCHOOL AT AN ALARMING RATE? WHAT DO PUBLIC SCHOOLS ACTUALLY TEACH BLACK KIDS?
IS IT TIME TO PULL BLACK BOYS OUT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL? WHAT EFFECTS DOES THE MEDICINE HAVE ON BLACK BOYS? JOIN YOUR HOST THE ORIGINAL GOD AND SOLAR MIND AS WE EXPOUND ON THE PRISON INDUSTRAIL COMPLEX!!
Join us as we discuss the prison system, prison workers, and comparisons to slavery Thursday March 5 at 6:30 pm on SIRA Media Radio
The term "prison-industrial complex" (PIC) is used to attribute the rapid expansion of the US inmate population to the political influence of private prison companies and businesses that supply goods and services to government prison agencies. The term is derived from the "military-industrial complex" of the 1950s. Such groups include corporations that contract prison labor, construction companies, surveillance technology vendors, lawyers, and lobby groups that represent them. Activists[who?] have argued that the prison-industrial complex is perpetuating a flawed belief that imprisonment is an effective solution to social problems such as homelessness, unemployment, drug addiction, mental illness, and illiteracy.
The term 'prison industrial complex' has been used to describe a similar issue in other countries' prisons of expanding populations.
The promotion of prison-building as a job creator and the use of inmate labor are also cited as elements of the prison-industrial complex. The term often implies a network of actors who are motivated by making profit rather than solely by punishing or rehabilitating criminals or reducing crime rates. Proponents of this view, including civil rights organizations such as The Rutherford Institute and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), believe that the desire for monetary gain has led to the growth of the prison industry and the number of incarcerated individuals.
This episode was originally broadcast on April 7, 2011
This week on Beyond the Veil, we will have a very special guest Collette Flanagan! She is the founder of the Dallas organization Mothers Against Police Brutality, or MAPB. She has been touched very personally by police brutality and it has sprung her into action to fight back. We will discuss her organization, as well as the growing problem with police brutality both in the Dallas area and nationally.
The United States contains 5% of the world population, and yet houses 25% of the worlds incarcerated. Because of this we will also be looking into the Prison Industrial Complex and the impacts it has had on society.
And lastly, we will also present to you the Leak of the Week, courtesy of WikiLeaks!
Rap Report Card Radio Show - #16 (Rap Music & Private Prisons - Secret Relationship) by KBIZ Complex
Description: Rap Report Card Radio Show #16 examines the supposed letter written by a record industry insider that supposedly reveals the secret relationship between the Private Prison Industry and Rap Music record labels. Myth or Reality? The letter is examined and discussed. This is the 16th show hosted by KBIZ Complex focusing on the music industry and advice for musicians.
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Rap Report Card - #1 (State of the Industry) by KBIZ Complex
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Rap Report Card Radio Show - #15 (Brand Consistency) by KBIZ Complex
Description: Rap Report Card Radio Show #15 examines the steps a recording artist could take to maintain their brand's look and feel so that it is consistent with their music and its message. Recording Artists will learn what it means to have brand consistency as well as the concrete steps involved in creating a consistent musical brand. This is the 15th show hosted by KBIZ Complex focusing on the music industry and advice for musicians.
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Rap Report Card Radio Show - #9 (Coalitioning) by KBIZ Complex
This episode was orignally broadcast on April 14,2011.
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