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Join Us Live! on February 1 on a live webcast for a discussion on the Pakistan India Global Peace Vigil coverage. Organizers of the vigil will be discussing the details and impact of the peace rally held in a number of cities across the world.
We will be taking live calls, chat questions and tweets (#sstpeacevigilcoverage) to discuss how the story is being covered in Pakistan, the situation on the ground in Delhi among other issues. The episode is part of a series of webcasts called Sneakers Smell True. A radio project to bring the journalist community in South Asia closer and help in better understanding issues and stories as reported by colleagues.
Tonight on "The Bee Moe $lim Experience" on Lawless Radio After Dark, we will be discussing race relations in America. How do we go about improving race relations among Americans, specifically White and Black people, in the wake of all of the recent news? Call us at 347-237-4990 and let's discuss it! Follow us on Twitter at @TheBMSExp, @LawlessENT, @LawlessAdults, @BeeMoeSlim and @mzelite1973!
TONIGHT INDIA MOREL IS DOING A SPECIAL 1 HOUR BROADCAST TO DISCUSS
THE DARREN WILSON INTERVIEW TODAY AFTER THERE BEING NO INDICTMENT
IN THE MIKE BROWN SHOOTING.
TUNE IN WITH HER AND GUEST CO-HOST JAMES ACEVEDO AS THEY DISCUSS
THE INTERVIEW AND THEIR REACTIONS TO IT.
LIVE AT 1:00AM EST ON DOLLHOUSE RADIO!
“I am delighted that Alan Gross has been released from Cuban confinement in an exchange that also involved the release of an Americans spy in jail for 20 years, along with three convicted Cuban spies in America going back to Cuba; and I am thrilled that President Obama will open negotiations with Cuba to resume full diplomatic ties more than 50 years after they were cut off. Special thanks are due to John Kerry who made normalized relations with Cuba a priority when he was nominated for Secretary of State by President Obama. I am also thankful for the direct assistance of Pope Francis and the Vatican and the help that Canada rendered over the last 18 months to make this day possible.Rev Jesse Jackson Sr
11 am Wednesdays (Eastern), "Talk 2 Carter," host Kevin Carter
"Police and Community Relations." Joining Kevin Carter today is Deputy Chief George Nader, of the Prince George's County Police Department. They will be discussing how police departments, and the communities they serve, can move forward in a positive way, to foster greater trust and safety. Call (602) 753-1726 to contribute your thoughts!
Tune into the The Relations Slow Jamz and Adult Talk Show this week as we go into the topic of "settling in relationships". Join Lady J and Mr. Naz in the "Grown Zone" experience and some of the best R&B Slow Jams of today and yesterday. It goes down at 7:00pm (EST)
Tune into The Relations Slow Jamz and Adult Talk Show "Can you stand the rain?". Join Lady Jackie and Mr. Naz for a evening of great slow music and adult conversation relating to the many trials and tribulations that people go through in relationships. Also tune into our new spoken word segment with poet "Krosswordz" as he brings his exclusive word on the topic. Tune in or join into the show at (646) 478-4507 at 7:00pm (EST)
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Join the Empowering Word Talk Show Host Team as they discuss the current events impactimg our land here in America. You don't want to miss this show on tomorrow! Listeners may call in with comments or concerns! Tune in at 6:30 pm as Mr. Corey Beauford shares highligths and the rest of the team share their perspectives!
Tune into the Relations Slow Jamz & Adult Talk Show with Lady Jackie and Mr. Naz as we go into the another show on the topic of Imagination. Also check out some of the best in yesterday slow jamz classics at 7:00pm.
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The Grand Jury has deliberated, the decision has been made, yet people still cry for justice. So we ask ourselves what is justice? Is it the political indictment of a man or the lynching of an innocent? The events that followed the announcement of the Grand Jury were filled with tear gas, gun fire, burning and looting; so someone please tell me how destroying the livelihood of your community brings justice.
We mourn the loss of a child, a parent, a community a police department and even an officer, must live with the events that fomented these events but at what point do we look at the root causes of the matter and change them? Is it the income disparity, the broken families, the lack of education or simply the color of ones skin that matters; or all of these? I for one would like to know, I would also like to know where we go next.
Join me for a no holds barred review of the events and people that make our world the place it is. Have you been holding it in? Wouldn't you like to put things in place?
Politically Incorrect with Warren Markowitz, Its My World You Just Live In It.
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