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  • 00:36

    15 Minutes of Me. Police Brutality; Racial Injustice; America @ War with Itself

    in Radio

    For those who are interested in a more comprehensive analysis of the disproportianate, poverty, Injustice, Racial Profiling, Police Brutality and Killing that Black People are suffering.

    Also, for those who refuse to believe there is a problem. And finally, for those who believe that this is simply a matter of Racism, both Institutional and otherwise or White Supremacy. 


    The information and opinions I will share will be based on years of 'Unlimited Education' Research, Surveying, Testing and Workshops in the field, combined with my own personal life experiences and basic, common sense. 

    Some of what I say will not be an easy pill to swallow. In fact, I suspect that out of all the groups effected, i.e. People of all different races, Police Officers, Judges, Parents, Community Leaders, etc., most all will, at some point, become uncomfortable with what I have to say. But, in the end, we must all take our share of the responsibility for what is wrong within our own communities and what is wrong in our nation. Finger pointing is not the solution, unless we are willing to point that finger at ourselves... 

    Just dial 818-739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere or just click this link on Saturday, May 16th, at 3:00 PM, E.S.T. And spend 15 minutes listening to me...

  • 00:35

    THE REAL CHURCH (UNCUT): RACIAL INJUSTICE

    in Motivation

    Call In (646) 929-0300 TONIGHT @ 7:00PM(E) for the Vibrate and Elevate Network’s newest  segment: THE REAL CHURCH UNCUT! Host Pastor Tray and Shantell Smith of Experience The Mission and co-host Ms. Controversy Byrd of PNC Consulting Firm and of the Vibrate & Elevate NETWORK will deliver a supernatural show about " RACIAL INJUSTICE!" Be sure to tune in for our current event spill, Angels & Demons of the week, our Highway to Hell lesson, T.A.B.U [Telepathically Assertive Bold & Unapologetic] excerpts, & Community Connection highlights.


    FOR BOOKINGS CALL: 786.972.8695 OR VISIT WWW.PNCCONSULTINGFIRM.COM 

  • 00:49

    Introduction to the Injustice System

    in Politics

    I started the Injustice System in 2002.  Came to Blogtalk in 2009.  In 2011I went to _______ but now I'mmmmmmmmmm back.

  • 01:51

    American Injustice and Racial Divides

    in Current Events

    Join host Kay Quinn as she spotlights the injustices and racial divides that still exist in America today while  community youths are vowing to show their expressions by hosting a concert in homage to Trayvon Martin, the young 17yr old Florida teen who was gunned down and murdered by the neighborhood watchman.
    REAL Talk is a community oriented show that focus and engage dialog on very real issues that repeatedly plague and disenfranchise local communities.  It is designed to open the lines of communication to address the hard issues many are afraid to discuss in this climate of racial divide.
    We can no longer afford to walk around and ignore the elephant in the room.  This is our time to engage the proverbial elephant head on. 
    Follow Kay on Twitter.  Like us on Facebook and buy her book "How Much Does God Co$t"  to show your support!
    Are you ready?  Let the conversations begin...

  • 02:03

    The Compact for Racial Justice

    in Politics

    Originally aired 11/2011


    http://www.arc.org/facingrace
    From Facing Race 2008's Plenary 3, held on Saturday, November 15. The Compact for Racial Justice offers concrete strategies and policy proposals to reverse racial disparities and move our society towards full equity, inclusion and dignity for all people. The Compact transcends talk of personal prejudice with compelling evidence of institutional racism and realistic proactive solutions. It seeks to engage a broad multiracial base of activists, opinion leaders and policymakers in making government and powerful institutions accountable for eliminating racial inequality in our schools, hospitals, courtrooms and workplaces.

    Moderator: Tammy Johnson, Applied Research Center http://www.arc.org

    Rinku Sen, Applied Research Center http://www.arc.org
    LeeAnn Hall, Northwest Federation of Community Organizers http://nwfco.org/
    John Jackson, Schott Foundation for Public Education http://www.schottfoundation.org
    Andrea Batista Schlesinger, Drum Major Institute http://www.drummajorinstitute.org
    Karin M. Wang, Asian Pacific American Legal Center http://www.apalc.org/


    Rinku Sen: Locating Justice

  • 01:37

    Justice and Injustice is not as simple as Black & White... Part II

    in Radio

    Part I was an AMAZING show! Part II promises to be EVEN BETTER!


    Black People in the United States of America are protesting the injustice they feel they have been suffering. Many White People don't understand why Black People aren't outraged at the recent killing of two Police Officers. 

    Where is the disconnect? And why are some turning to violence? What are the real underlying problems and what are the solutions? People are dying, neighborhoods are being destroyed and fingers are being pointed. But who is to blame? Those who express anger through violence or those who many Black People say pushed them to violence? Who needs to take responsibility for what?

    On this show, we would really like Black People and White People with courage to call in and let's talk things out... 

    Agreement is never required on our show, but courtesy and respect are, so there is never any reason to be silent. 

    The show airs this Sunday, April 30th, at 7:00 PM, E.S.T. Just click this link or dial (818) 739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere...



     

  • 01:38

    Justice and Injustice is NOT as simple as Black & White

    in Radio

    Black People in the United States of America are protesting the injustice they feel they have been suffering. Many White People don't understand why Black People aren't outraged at the recent killing of two Police Officers. 

    Where is the disconnect? And why are some turning to violence? What are the real underlying problems and what are the solutions? People are dying, neighborhoods are being destroyed and fingers are being pointed. But who is to blame? Those who express anger through violence or those who many Black People say pushed them to violence? Who needs to take responsibility for what?

    On this show, we would really like Black People and White People with courage to call in and let's talk things out... 

    Agreement is never required on our show, but courtesy and respect are, so there is never any reason to be silent. 

    The show airs this Sunday, April 30th, at 7:00 PM, E.S.T. Just click this link or dial (818) 739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere...

  • 00:30

    Is rioting a proper response to injustice?

    in Politics

    Discussion on the injustice of Black people in america by the poice and other systematic enemies. Also the impoertance of nation building and different elements of a Nation. Callers are welcome to share perspective.
     

  • 02:35

    Dixon D. White on "White Racial Responsibility" & Racial Healing

    in Politics Progressive

    Quite often, there are people who can be described as "a person for a time such as this."  

    Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Teddy Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X and so many others come to mind. Looking back on the context of their times in history, we loft them into super human statuses and forget that they were born like the rest of us and they have died like we all will.

    What unites all of these names from our history is the common trait that they had the courage to stand up, speak up and "ACT UP!!"

    That last phrase Act Up comes from our featured guest for this episode of The #SocialSpitballShow.

    Dixon D. White is a self-described redneck and reformed racist. Dixon has many experiences to draw from to elicit truth about race, which is, in part, that we cannot ignore it away. Dixon calls on fellow White Americans to embrace their "White Racial Responsibility" to speak up and ACT UP when they see racial hurt.

    I personally love the term "Act Up" because it makes me think of a child misbehaving, but also the clever bumper sticker that says that "Well-Behaved Women Never Make History." It's true & fitting because we need to step outside of our "comfort zone" of complacency and condoning of a terrible history of racism and violence in this country.

    This history of racism and violence manifests itself as much today as in the past. Racism is not over. We need to stand up to racism. With courageous folks like Dixon White speaking up and acting up on the subject, we can be sure to bring more healing and common ground.

    Won't you tune in and hear from this amazing & inspiring man and others like him? Barbara and I are excited to get this conversation going...

  • 01:30

    Ferguson and St.Louis, Racial injustice and Abuse of Power continues......

    in Entrepreneur

    We will continue last week's conversation on the Racial tension in  St. Louis and Ferguson in the wake of the killing of Michael Brown and how it is currently polarizing the City of St. Louis and creating anxiety in the community. Does this struggle for justice by the Black community today reflect the struggles of the Jim Crow south.  Is the Justice system in St. Louis determined to follow Justice Tanner in the Missouri case of Dred Scott by holding that a Black Man has no rights that a White man is bound to respect.  Join us as we talk about the grand jury, other events and how this tragedy has stirred the world and especially the Youth to call for Justice and further highlights the need for "Unity in the community"  


    Our guest will include Ferguson based attorney's Jerryl Christmas and Athil Muhammad along with disaster preparedness expert Saddiqq Muhammad. 

  • 01:23

    Ferguson and St. Louis a Conversation about Racial injustice

    in Entrepreneur

    Ferguson and St. Louis have a history of racial oppression much like most of America. Racial Profiling and discrimination have been common practice in the  Gateway City.  Some commentators have referred to St. Louis as the New Mississippi. Is  this a fair depiction?   Join us for this episode as we talk about some of this history and also speak with our guest local Ferguson attorney Jerryl Christmas and other Ferguson based community activist and residents of the surrounding areas as we discuss this community, in the wake of the killing of Mike Brown. We will further discuss how this tragedy has stirred the world and especially the Youth to call for Justice and further highlights the need for "Unity in the community"