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  • 01:29

    In The Streets with Beverley Smith: Died In Custody (Episode 54)

    in Politics

    Gynnya McMillen was 16. It was her first arrest, a family dispute. The authorities used martial arts on her in the detention center. She's dead. Another trans woman is dead, Monica Loera, of Austin, TX. She's the first to be murdered in 2016.  

    The Flint water poisoning atrocity unfolds as we learn that state workers in Flint were provided bottled water, even though they publicly assured residents of the water's safety, while privately mocking and deriding them in emails. Demands and petitions for the governor's resignation flood the Internet. The FBI has begun a criminal investigation into the Case of the Toxic Water.

    5 percent of polluters create 90 percent of toxic emissions. Take a wild guess where those Super Polluter facilities are located. The Navajo water supply is also quite toxic, perhaps worse than Flint's, and the Navajos are wondering why they can't seem to generate any media attention.

    Oklahoma GOP bill would ban suicidal LGBTQI teens from seeking help from queer-friendly therapists. The legislation is the latest in OK Rep. Sally Kern's crusade against gay people. Former Oklahoma officer Daniel Holtzclaw, who was convicted of raping 13 black women and sentenced to 263 years, has disappeared from the Oklahoma Dept of Corrections online database that is open to the public. The authorities refuse to comment, which may defy state law that says that the victims are entitled to know of their offender's whereabouts.

    Five Florida cops face prison for a vicious beating of an unarmed man who had already surrendered. Four officers plead guilty to violating Derrick Price's rights. Last Tuesday, Jan. 26, the fifth officer Jesse Terrell was indicted with charges stemming from the beating which was caught on video. On Jan 27, the video was released to the public. Tues. Feb 2, 6pm Pacific 







  • 00:26

    The What's What on Constructive Discharge

    in Work

    Bottled Business Sense Show

    In order to establish a constructive discharge, an employee must plead and prove he or she was compelled to resign. However, in order for this to be actionable, you must typically demonstrate that you were forced into voluntary dismissal in violation of California law. Join Bill, Rick and Steve for a discussion on exactly what you should expect as an employee contemplating resignation and what you, as an employer, can do to avoid this disconcerting scenario.

    Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com

    Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com

    Rick Moscoso – Captivate365.com

  • 00:30

    LIVE! Cathi---Resignation Letter-More is Less!

    in Fitness


    AH, it's time for you to take your leave, RESIGN from your job and you won't be leaving on good terms.  You've been subjected to harassment and other unfair treatment and have anxiety attacks about being terminated.  Don' want to pursue legal route, you just want out and retain whatever integrity you can and believe it or not, it's your direct manager who has been mistreating you.

    Sound familiar, first don't use your resignation letter for GETTING IN THE LAST WORD.  Not a good idea.  Keep your resignation letter short and sweet.


    Give adequate notice...etc.

    "This job is not an ideal fit"...etc.

    Express some aspects of the job you've enjoyed...etc.

    You've learned a lot...etc.

    Examine your motives carefully...etc.

  • 02:01

    The Holy See's Inter Caetera , The Document on African Americans Ain't African

    in History

    United Nations declares the Holy See Legally responsible and accountable to indigenous peoples for effects and legacy of racist colonial Papal Bulls and doctrines. As the result of a comprehensive shadow report and presentations by members of the Apache-Nde-Nnee Working Group submitted to the United Nations (UN) Committee on the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD) for the Committee's review of the Holy See, the UN CERD Committee has recognized that the Doctrine of Discovery, the Holy See's Inter Caetera and related Papal Bulls are within the legal scope of racial discrimination under International Law and therefore require redress and what does all of this mean for Indigenous of America, tune in to African Americans Ain’t African with the Indigenous One, Buck Wylam and co-host Rick Moon.

    Tuesdays Guest:  Indigenous Divine

  • 02:01

    Social Media - The Complaint Box For Free Labor

    in Entertainment

    Social Media - The Complaint Box For Free Labor

    In The News:::

    Hamburg man arrested for pouring diesel fuel on man


    Residents return to Dothan city meeting to call for police chief’s resignation


    Wheaton College Moves To Fire Professor For Saying Muslims And Christians ‘Worship The Same God’

    Racists praise Utah ‘whites only’ dating website for fighting against ‘black privilege’ and ‘white genocide’

    FedEx Takes Needlessly Cruel Swipe At A Grieving Lesbian Widow

    Speaking to the fellow content creators. 

    Do you ever get those folks who are openly pissy about the fact that 100 percent of your content isn't taylored specifically to them? 
    Do you ever get those folks who seriously are angry with you because you would dare attempt to multitask. 

    HOW DARE?!?!?!


    Hey. It's the free and open internet. 
    Create your own content. 

    We have news. 
    We have comment. 
    Here are links to our patreon and pay pal. 


  • 00:15

    The Chicago Underground Machine w Paul McKinley and Babette Holder

    in News


     CEO of The Hood Report Paul McKinley and Power Player in the Frederick Douglass Foundation and Cousin to Eric Holder, Babette Holder shares why they are calling for the resignation of Chicago Mayor Ralm Emanuel.

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  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on events surrounding the continuing anti-racist demonstrations in Chicago demanding the resignation of Mayor Rahm Emanuel for concealing information related to the police killings of African Americans; a former military officer in Burundi has announced the formation of a rebel army aimed at the overthrow of President Pierre Nkurunzizia; the recently-signed so-called peace accord in Libya will not be enough to bring about peace and stability inside this embattled North African state; the rise of BRICS and its role within the International Monetary Fund; and the question of unity within the Zimbabwe state.In the second hour we listen to the third installment of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Massey Lectures aired over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in late 1967. Finally we hear a lecture from the Oxford series on the relationship between Kwame Nkrumah, religion and chieftancy from Ghana to the United States.

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. During this broadcast we will feature our regular PANW report with dispatches on the burgeoining economic crisis in the Republic of South Africa and the political fallout from the dismissal of the Minister of Finance Nene; the security situation in Burundi has drawn the attention of the African Union and the international community with the deaths of people both inside the capital of Bujumbura and in the southwest region of the Central African state; a United Nations brokered agreement in Libya to stabilize the North African state faces tremendous obstacles in light of the precarious nature of the post-invasion society where the country has gone from being the most advanced in Africa to the greatest threat to peace and security; and the people of Chicago are escalating their demonstrations demanding the resignation of the Mayor Rahm Emanuel as well as the State's Attorney Alvarez amid revelations about police killings of African Americans. The second hour of the program will focus on the recent visit of People's Republic of China President Xi Jinping to South Africa. We will also present a state-owned broadcast analyzing the struggle legacy that created the current dispensation in South Africa. In addition we will continue rebroadcast of the historic Massey Lectures delivered by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. over the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) in late 1967.

  • 00:31

    How the Department of Justice is Eliminating the Civil Rights of Black People #1

    in Education

    *  Why isn't the Department of Justice investigating civil rights problems BEFORE city officials and

        police officers successfully steal from, rape and murder black people?

    Join Ricardo Jones and the Justice Journalist as the review the latest headlines and reports of police corruption and cover-ups.

    Listen as they review recent events informed by their nearly 5 year old revelation: The United States Federal Civil Rights agencies are DESTROYING the civil rights complaints filed by black people.

    For Further Research:

    Former Police Officer Daniel Holtzclaw is Convicted of Raping Eight Black Women


    Protesters Call for Mayor Rahm Emanuel's Resignation Amid Cover-up of Chicago Police Officer's Murder of Black Youth 


  • 03:09

    Eyes Wide Open: DemBlogTalk

    in Politics Progressive

    Mike Collier, the 2014 Democratic candidate for Texas State Comptroller, joins us to talk about Texas' budget on BlogTalkUSA "Eyes Wide Open: DemBlogTalk" with Michael Handley (DemBlogNews) and Rheana Nevitt Piegols LIVE, December 8th @8:30pm cst.

    Among the topics we'll talk about is Texas State Auditor John Keel’s sudden resignation. His resignation will take effect just before the state’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report is issued. His departure may seem inconsequential, but it is worth taking notice of what might be behind his usually timed resignation, mid-audit.

    If the auditor of a major corporation were to resign abruptly mid-audit, the story would make headlines. Shareholders would want to know urgently whether the resignation had anything to do with bad accounting, fraud, or corruption inside the company. Join us for our discussion with Mike Collier on Eyes Wide Open: DemBlogTalk!  Call (347) 855-8118 to listen LIVE on BlogTalkUSA!

    #FeelTheBern Report: The Facebook page Texas For Bernie is up and running!  Check it out here! Like it, share it, and #FeelTheBern