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Why are we NOT talking about, or even so much as focusing on black on black crimes within our OWN communities, but making a huge issue on police shootings of our people?... Are we double standard here? Well within this segment of the show, YOU, as well as others will have the opportunity, to shed some light on this extremely sensitive, and of course controversial subject that has raised the eyebrows of even President Obama, and many more within the walls of Congress!! You will also have the chance to speak with Sharmin S. Turner the Lyrical Expressionist; while she speaks about writing endeavors. You don't want to miss this amazing show.
Join WORDS MAKE PEOPLE on Sunday March 15, 2015 from 1-3 p.m. (EST) as we celebrate our first year on STATION-IWDM. Our topic will be "An Islamic Reply to Police Killing of Unarmed Afr-Amer Males" with Imam Muhammad Siddeeq of Indianapolis, IN.
With the events unfolding of events in Ferguson, MO after the shooting of unarmed Michael Brown plus the numerous other recent shootings and killings of unarmed African American males, what should be the Islamic reply to these killings?
There have been conversations of retaliation against police. Does Islam support such actions? Join us as we address this concern and other topics relating the how Islam instructs us regarding such sensitive community concerns.
NYPD Police officers Rafeal Ramos and Wenjian Liu were both shot in the head and killed Saturday by a man seeking revenge in the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner.
The shooter, Ismaaiyl Brinsley, started the morning off by shooting his ex-girlfriend in the stomach. Following the initial shooting, he traveled to New York City. During his quick trip, he boasted of his plans to kill cops in the name of Eric Garner and Mike Brown via Instagram.
These heinous acts of violence is pure evil. It follows numerous protests in NYC, Ferguson and other cities across the country in the wake of the Michael Brown and Eric Garner cases.
Last week in NYC, protesters chanted, "What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want it? Now," as they marched. It seems their threatening language has become reality.
Our president, the attorney general, Al Sharpton and the likes have all made statements that are only designed to fuel the flames of racial tension in our country.
If we don't put an end to the racial divide in our nation, we will see more police brutality and the ushering in of a new type of police state like we've never seen before. The strategy of divide and conquer will be successful in one of its most primitive forms.
It's time for all Americans to come together and stand up for what is right and what is wrong, regardless of race.
Legalize KILLING GAY PEOPLE. California Lawyer Pushes Ballot Measure.
A California lawyer proposed a ballot initiative to legalize the execution of gay and lesbian people in the state. The measure isn't expected to end up on the ballot, since it's clearly unconstitutional, but it's drawing attention to California's bizarre ballot initiative process. California's attorney general is likely required by law to clear the initiative. But the state's Supreme Court is likely to step in and stop the measure, particularly if the proposal gets enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.
The measure would authorize the killing of gay and lesbian CaliforniansLGBT flag
Under the measure, the LGBT flag could be seen as illegal advocacy. (Shutterstock)
Orange County attorney Matt McLaughlin paid the $200 filing fee on February 26 to submit the Sodomite Suppression Act to voters on November 2016.
The proposal has no chance of becoming law, since it's unconstitutional and would most likely never get approval from California voters, but it's drawn national attention because its provisions are so abhorrent and extreme.
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Tune in to IABT Radio Show for Triathletes on Monday, March 16, 2015 from 7-8 pm EST when IABT Executive Board Members, DrTekemia Dorsey and Keisha Kcr Ragoobir with one of our show host, Wendell Chuck Williams talk about the topic of "Making A Difference for Blacks in Triathlons"
They discuss the organization's mission, vision, and what to expect for the remainder of 2015. Our guests will discuss the history of triathlons, the percenta...ge of involvement with African Americans, and the issues faced triathletes in the sport and being an African American triathletes, and much, much, more.
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Tonight I reviewed the upcoming movie from The National Geoprahpic Channel called Killing Jesus. After that I talked about and gave my opinion on the Indiana Religious Freedom Act. The law was read word for word and Indiana Governor Mike Pence's statement was read as well. Also included was a heart felt post from my daughter Brook encouraging people to do their research and not just believe everything you are told.
Wil & James discuss release of findings of report after investigation of the Philadelphia police department and its use of force policies or lack thereof.
In the past, business owners have provided jobs and everyone was working. Why can't government let us get back to life like it was then? Why don't government just get out of the way and let business owners do what they want? What time period was it when everyone in America who wanted a job, had a job and could purchase all the things they needed? Never ever has there been such a time. I worked over 40 years and I should have accomplished as much as my White counter part but I did not. Why not? Institutional racism. It is a part of life in America. It became part of life when slavery was abolished. Institutional racism was/is White men rebellious act toward government taking away their property, known as slaves. White men decided to not pay people wages whose labor they had gotten for free. And so institutional racism which begin in 1865 is backed up today by jobs numbers for February 2015. Whites 4.7%. Latinos 6.6%. Blacks 10.5%. Oh and by the way. White men got paid by governement to give up their property, known today as Black people and government reneged on 40 acres and a mule the Black people.
There has been many discussions about whether or not integration helped or hurt Blacks. There are many compelling arguments on both sides of this discussion. I'd like to open up the dialogue for different perspectives. Do you want your kids in an all Black/White school system? Do you think integration was a tactic from Caucasains to benefit them? Were Blacks better or worse, OVERALL, when we were segregated?
When having this discussing, there are often two recurring points that are made. When people speak about the Pros, they often point out: Better job and educational opportunities. When they speak about the Cons, they often point out the lost of Black family unity. Which side are you on?
Where are we in America with our local police departments and how they respond and "protect" our communities? Are we moving towards a resolution or degressing rapidly? Join our host Mahoghani Dawn and A. Raquel, along with Entertainment News Correspondent Ray Cornelius of RayCornelius.com tonight at 7pm EST on The Conversation Cafe™. Be ENTERTAINED with the latest in trending news and celebrity entertainment; Be EMPOWERED and Be ENLIGHTENED as Mahoghani Dawn and A. Raquel discuss relevant topics with locally and nationally known guests from various arenas from politics, education and religion to entertainment and music.
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