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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!
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.
Call in @ 657.383.0365 and press 1 to be heard. You can also tune in online on our chat platform.
Texas Biker Radio - All for 1 Rally & Protest -- 06/01/2015
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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
Tensions are high in this time of Social Unrest where Protests, and Rebellions have taken center stage after numerous black men, women, and children have lost their lives at the hand of police violence all over the the country and worldwide. The spark of change has lit the flame inside the hearts of our youth in Baltimore City.We will discuss Practical and Spiritual solutions with our hosts and special guests. We invite you to join in this very important discussion. Where do we go from here? What do we do? How do we rebuild? We can not stand aside idly doing the same things any longer. Now is the time for positive action!
Protest poetry takes on many different forms, yet one aspect remains constant; this style of poetry aims to share a specific message about an issue that is important to the writer. Usually, these poems address social or political issues and are designed to spur dialogue and examination, release creative tension or frustration or in many instances, challenge the status quo on the particular issue or concern. For example, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., led a revolutionary nonviolent protest movement that called upon the nation to end the centuries-old racist and unjust treatment against African-Americans. Poets, before, during and after this era demonstrated through their work the requisite power and much-needed determination to call for long lasting change. More importantly, society still needs poets to draw attention to current and ongoing issues as well as to call the audience to action. So poets, call-in and share poetry or thoughts about issues that matter to you.
Alex Getachew, a noted community activist will join us live to provide commentary and share additional context for the discussion. So please join us for a stimulating evening of great poetry and dialogue!
Real Talk 1 Drs. Arrest Warrant Issued For Dr. Harris After Protest at Fresno Police Department. Dr. Harris was followed after protest and 4 motorcycle cops pulled him over.
Paul Kengor-He is a professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. His latest book is The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor. The professor talks about Black Pastors Protest Margaret Sanger at Smithsonian.
Alexis Levinson-Senior political reporter at National Review, where she covers the 2016 presidential and Senate races takes us to the eye of the GOP Presidential storm.
Steve Evans-The Movie Guy reports live from Hollywood, CA on the weekend's box office, with Straight Outta Compton and MI5 coming in 1 & 2 once again. Plus, this week's coming attractions.
Barbara Tako-The breast cancer and melanoma survivor, author, organizing/de-cluttering genius and motivational speaker discusses Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools.
Stacy Washington-A member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network, and a local talk radio host in St. Louis, Missouri talks about the bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online.
Horace Cooper- Adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator, asks, "Is the activists narrative that blacks are treated unfairly leading to disgruntled blacks who ultimately go off the edge?"
Join Dr. Kit O'Toole (author of Songs We Were Singing) Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series http://www.johnlennonseries.com as they discuss John Lennon's political protest anthems. They'll exmaine 4 of John's impactful solo creations and pose the question: Are these songs righteous or rubbish? What makes a successful protest anthem? And did John hit or miss the mark? Find out when Kit and Kaboodle (Jude) get together for an hour of informational and fun debate.
It is the night before the Protest
when all through the city
People were praying
for equality for all
Equal justice for all
no matter the shade of humanity you are
It is the night before the Protest
the air crackles with hope
some live in the pain of yesterday
others live in the hope that is tomorrow
Be people of uniform
or those that have been black and blue
The Majority should never decide for the Minority
The people are
you and I
as the voice of one
Meet me at the Sheriff's office
7 pm on Friday
Protest for Change
Eric Harris was the reason
see you tomorrow