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If you though slavery was abolished in the 1800's then, you have another thing coming. In the 21st Century, right here in the Grand United States of America we have a slavery problem of mass proportions... We call it The Prison Industrialization Complex and it affects Blacks, White, Latinos and those without means to have an attorney represent them in cases all across this country. With the prison systems going toward privatization fill quotas and sentences are “creative” to say the least. Hence, the “New Slaves.”
Join us and our special co-host Max Parthas of the New Abolitionists Radio station on Black Talk Radio Network, as we delve into this topic head on.
Max comes to us with many years of hands on experience and from the trenches of today’s topics of race, politics and the Prison Industrialization Complex. He is a husband, father, friend and prolific poet. You may remember him from a previous show on Howelegant and Toi talks on the Mask of Racism.
With the upcoming elections, the status of race relations and equality in America, you can expect that we will have a powerful conversation on this subject and those that directly relate to slavery and it’s metamorphosis in the United State of America!
Come prepared to learn, be challenged and called to task by our dynamic co-host of the evening! You will not be disappointed.
Every year, the president and Congress meet to set refugee quotas for specific countries. "By its very nature, it’s not a legal process; it is a political process,” says Bill Frelick, the director of the refugee program at Human Rights Watch. A vulnerable group of refugees who do not have a big profile and do not have a “special” connection to the United States, are left out. Acceptance of refugees is a popularity contest that is politically driven.
When Saigon fell in 1975, the U.S. had no comprehensive refugee policy. When refugees from the South China Sea started arriving, the government passed the 1980 Refugee Act, giving way to a universal definition for what it meant to be a refugee, and founded the resettlement program that exists to this day. The Vietnamese exodus continued through the '90s until the U.S. formally closed its resettlement program in 1994.
By 2007, the U.N.’s refugee agency called the Iraq exodus the "largest long-term population movement in the Middle East since the displacement of Palestinians" in 1948. But at that point, the U.S. had admitted fewer than 1,000 Iraqi refugees.
There are currently 2.6 million Afghan refugees. But in the last 20 years, the U.S. has taken in less than 20,000.By 1994, 2.3 million Rwandan people had fled the country. The U.S. has taken in less than 1,500. The 1999-2001 civil war in Liberia resulted in 640,000 refugees. The U.S., has accepted about 33,000.
Out of the more than two million Syrian refugees, the United States has taken in a total of 90 since that country’s civil war began.
Soviet Jews have been steadily streaming into the U.S. for decades surpassing their relocation to Israel. The Lautenberg Amendment, a special 1989 law, even granted refugee status to Jews from the former Soviet Union without having to prove specific persecution.
Join Daniel and Johnnie for an inspirational and thought provoking discussion about “Oneness” and why it is a much different conversation than the diversity dialogue taking place in board rooms today. What does the conversation have to sound like before companies and society come to realize what unconditional love and acceptance can mean to the bottom line and to our global community? Why are millennials and the youth representing Generation Z already 10 steps ahead of many of today's C-Suite leadership teams, and what will it take to get passed the obligatory quotas and unaccepting environments that seem to be the norm.
Are innocent citizens actually being arrested in order to fulfill police department arrest quotas? Which police departments have arrest quotas? Are arrest quotas a necessary tool to make certain officers are performing properly? These questions and many others about arrest quotas will be answered in our discussion of arrest and ticket quotas.
Join Johnnie and his inspiring and insightful special guest, Jean Nitchals as they discuss if the impact of our society's definition of success: money, status, titles is sending the wrong signals to women in the world today. How might diversity "quotas" be holding us back from tapping into the potential of women? Are we able to be confident in our own vulnerabilities to allow women to feel safe reevaluating their personal career decisions and ambitions? Could this gender neutral topic be one we can all benefit from and have a more mindful approach to work/life balance? Due to the overwhelming number of listeners that joined the last time Jean joined the show we graciously welcome her back! Her experience working in a fortune 50 environment as a finance wizard, long track record of as a proven change expert, entrepreneur and business owner, master in creative problem solving and international duathlete will certainly make for a rich and healthy conversation.
This week on ‘Behind the Headlines’, your hosts are joined by Harrison Koehli, Sott.net editor and co-host of ‘The Truth Perspective’ radio show on SOTT Radio Network. We’ll be discussing Europe’s ‘migrant’ problem, the public outpouring of support, and what the Powers That Be will do about it.
Tune in for all that and more this Sunday 6th September, 2015, from 2-4pm EST / 7-9pm GMT / 8-10pm CET
Welcome to the WVEB presentation of Black By Color Only, a division of Truthsharks Radio. I am your host and friend, DJ Southeast Vince, comin' at ya' all the way from a place called Durham, NC. On this show, I will tackle the isues that affect today's black race such as politics, economics, morals, principles, and whatever. If you have a question or comment, feel free to call in and state your case, just be sure to season your comments well with respect. So come listen to a man who is black, Christian, and conservative.
One thing I understand is that being a police officer is somewhat of a thankless job. Why do people feel the need to disrespect them? Do they really have racial quotas? Is the police force largely racist? I will discuss this subject on the next broadcast.
It will be June in 2 weeks from today. June is the 6th month of the year. Half-way through and I wonder how many of you have stayed motivated, stayed on track to goals you set for yourself at the start of the year? Whether you called them new year resolutions or not, there is a strong chance there were some goals set, even if they were set for you by a boss who gave you quotas to meet, or a Coach who gave you a road map to something.
You decide on a goal, you know up front it is not going to happen overnight, yet somewhere along the way, you give up and go home. Huh???
How do you stay motivated?
How do you stay on track when your goal is still miles away from completion?
Resting and reviewing is important. Just do not sit on that plateau and make that your new permanent level.
Hebrews 10:25 "Let us not give up the habit of meeting together, as some are doing. Instead, let us encourage one another all the more, since you see that the Day of the Lord is coming nearer." (GNT)
TIP! Hang with others on the same journey as you. Meet together and make it a habit! When you meet, encourage each other as the goal comes nearer and nearer"
Let's talk Getting Stuff DONE!
Today's show will be on the entitlement of the settlement of land after the CIVAL WAR as payment for the bondage of the African man in The United States. Who was the right given to and the reasoning behind it. I have read several claims by White Racist that this was not a legal move because they never gave the African Freedmen titles and deeds to the land. Well I learned that that is Civil Law and that all Federal Laws and mandates supersede all Civil Laws or State Laws. So it is evidently Moot on that point the land belongs to us and it should have been given to us the way it was promised. With out the jurisdiction of any one other than ourselves. No taxes or leans should be levied not a single Black descendant of the African Freedmen should have lost their land because it should have never been under the U.S. Governments Jurisdiction. No more than the Settlement of Lybiria in West Africa for those who returned to the Motherland. So analysts will say that I am wrong but this order is proof that I am right and that the REPUBLIC of NEW AFRICA should be the Southern States which land was granted to the African Freedmen who not only worked as slaves but fought as Soldiers. We are entitled to the land and should be allowed to be our own nation we have tried to live with this Government and it has been a failure beyond belief. Where we still struggle with joblessness and abject poverty and have College Degrees, but are still faced with Quotas that make or Education and our Degrees obsolete. It is time for a new Nation to rise from the ashes of the old oppression.
Join Patty Azar and SVP of National Bank of Arizona as they discuss how to transform your story into a thriving business. Listen as they discuss how to use social media to build a business worthy of funding and the many options for funding available at your finger tips. Patty will also spend time answering the most talked about issues impacting your success and joy.
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How Society is divided by Political ideology - left and right and Racial lines
Politically the left and right are at each other's throats, to the point that if one says black the other says white. Some examples, Netanyahu getting re-elected and the reaction from it; the left championed occupy movement and villified the Tea Party and the right did the opposite, not voting for Obama is racist, Abortion - if you are pro-life - you imprison a woman in her body if you are pro-choice you are a murderer,...
Racial Divisions: Everything is about race, elections are broken down by race, gender, age,... if you want to marry your own race or religion it is considered racist by some, Jackson and Sharpton, when Trayvon Martin was shot - Zimmerman was a white hispanic but no one cares when blacks kill each other; Affirmative action, quotas,...
Reverse discrimination against white - AA and quotas, there is Black history month and Ebony magazine, Latin Grammy's and hispanic heritage month, gay pride parade,... nothing for whites except white privelage - check your privelage, whiteness project, accusations of too many whites on wall street, Madison avenue, corporate America, ... White men are the most discriminated institutionally
Interesting and exciting topics. Eye openers. Topics this evening include my thoughts re Senator Tom Cotton who penned the letter signed by 46 Republican Senators to Iran, Venezuela being rabble roused by Maduro who tells his people the United States is on the verge of invading Venezuela, the bad guys have found another place to launder dirty money, and police quotas being for real. Always an interesting perspective on everyday issues.