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UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI President TIM WOLFE stepping down amid students' protest is seen as a success, but does the university caving to their demands set a bad precedent? HUNGER-STRIKE Mizzou student, Jonathan Butler, said the university didn't go far enough? Which is it? Soon as Wolfe stepped down, the players went right back to practice, so the question remains will this actually create any cultural change at the University of Missouri by symbolically removing one man? Asking the questions America's afraid to ask on the MENTAL DIALOGUE talk show. At the top of the 2nd hour, during the MONEY & POWER 15 we will discuss the economic impact of the football players joining the protest & refusing to play. Also e will bring in special guest from the activist group "Smart-N-Up" to discuss their upcoming community talk "Bridging The Gap" with the MD audience. ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK
Joing us as our host Pudgy Miller talks with Clarence Henderson who was a part of the first protest in America in Greensboro NC! You do not want to miss a part of this Black History, and this American History!!!! Dial 619-638-8559 to listen to the show or go to facebook.com/kirpradioshow and press on the "we're Live" picture!
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On February 1, 1960, four African American college students sat down at a lunch counter at Woolworth’s in Greensboro, North Carolina, and politely asked for service. Their request was refused. When asked to leave, they remained in their seats. Their passive resistance and peaceful sit-down demand helped ignite a youth-led movement to challenge racial inequality throughout the South.
In Greensboro, hundreds of students, civil rights organizations, churches, and members of the community joined in a six-month-long protest. Their commitment ultimately led to the desegregation of the F. W. Woolworth lunch counter on July 25, 1960.
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It seems as though we are hearing of more and more injustices such as killings of unarmed victims and not guilty verdicts rendered for their accused. As a result the citizens are demanding justice for the dead and their families. Please join the TandKradioshow on Sunday May 3 at 6pm to discuss a modern day plan of action to protest for change!
Choosing a government leader is llke choosing a spouse: you try to select someone whom you believe has your best interest at heart, because they'll be making decisions that affect your life. If you have a government official in office that doesn't care about you, that's like being in an abusive marriage. You feel trapped, you're hurting, and they don't care. We have a collective responsibility to vote for good government leaders. Marching, picketing and protesting may get attention, but it doesn't elect a single government leader. Today's guests, Community Organizer Jedidiah Brown, creator of the investment project The First 50 and Citizens Action Illinois Co-Director William McNary discuss their efforts to organize people to move beyond protest marches and take control of their government by registering and voting.
Tonight we discuss the racial tension at Missouri University and the fallout after the resignation of the school president and Chancellor. We will also discuss the 30 for 30 documentary on Evander Holyfield vs Mike Tyson why it was both good and bad. Oh yeah, I guess the Redskins have to be discussed.
“THIS is all about URANIUM! The feds and the BLM are working to “clear the land” for Australian Portland based, “Oregon Energy” which has big plans to mine most of the SE section of that county, where most of the URANIUM deposits are. This is big money! Why is nobody talking about this?”
Baltimore is just one of the cities highlighted on mainstream media with protest of anger from desmonstrations of senseless murders from police within the African-American communities. With all of the tension going on and the outcry for change for African American, what do we see for the future of African- Americans. This Thursday from 6-8pm cst, your host 38Dee will discuss this matter and how Baltimore is setting that stage for the future and the impact of change.
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American Protest It is time to start taking shit! Fuck all of this BLACK FRIDAY SHIT! It is time to stop taking shit and start taking some shit. Now let me explain. Let's take time to plan, Let"s take time to create people to run for office, Let's take time to vote, Let"s take time to educate our people with the motherfucking truth! Now that is protest you can believe in! That is protest I 'm willing to be apart of,who whats to join me?
A Peaceful Protest, or Two, being HeLd at the Bellingham Washington Wal-Mart, in Dedication to Michael Brown, and perhaps for Wal-Mart Worker Solidarity as well, and I'll be There to Cover it! Remote Podcats, no call-in number, but Live-Tweets when and where I can @BarnCatRadio
Join Dr. Brewer for a discussion about the Freddie Gray Protest in
Baltimore, Maryland after Freddie's untimely death at the hands
of Baltimore police . Learn about the protest through the eyes of an African American man who was there - Bruce Jacobs, author of Race Manners. Why the protest? What does the future hold? What can we do?
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