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On today's program, we will discuss "Racism In America" Alive and In Color. Up for discussion is the recent incidents at Wild Wings in Charleston, South Carolina to the young honor student in Bloomington, ILL that was BEAT DOWN by the local Police for no REASON AT ALL. Our host, Elijah'Isaiah X said ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! He will give marching orders to the masses.
And we will make a case, why a Legal Shield membership is necessary for ALL COLLEGE students that travel out of State.
This is going to be a great show today.
Tonight's episode is about racism in America. Since the Zimmerman trial, eyes have been awakened and now people are really starting to pay attention to racism. I mean it hasn't been this much national exposure to racism since the OJ trial.
There seems to be a lot of tension starting to build over racial profiling and racism in general and it doesn't seem to be letting up anytime soon. One thing's for sure, how it plays out is all up to the people and it starts with discussing the matter in hand.
It's time to wake up people! So join Tay Real & Nizzy Nay as we dive in on this discussion.
Tonight is part 2 to the Thursday night show "Racism In America". We'll be picking up where we left off and touching on the things that we didn't get to touch on so make sure you tune in and if you didn't get the chance to hear Part 1, make sure you check it out as this will be the continuation.
From Facebook Rants to Twitter Tantrums The Zimmerman Case will go down in history as being one of the most provoking trials of all time. Posts written in haste on Facebook display the true feelings of people of all races. Both their fears and frustrations are revealed as well. Tweets Tweeted behind the safety the internet has to offer reveal an anger that has all sides up in arms. I want to give all of you a chance to discuss the Zimmerman case, the verdict AND the issues of racism in America. Is racism being fueled by eager politicans who want only to use it for their own agendas? Does the mainstream media have any place in the courtroom? Does the mainstream media report the truth or only their version of it? Most importantly what are we doing or NOT doing to combat racism in America and what more can we do? Are we being used against each other as fuel in the fire? Where is all this anger coming from? What can we do now to move on? No matter what your race is, what your view is, I want you to call in today with your feelings and view. Your voice needs to be heard and will be heard today. Think, Listen Talk, Learn and Empower,,join me Christine Corda today as we delve into this very important subject on "Kiss Me I'm Psychic,The Psychic View" Call in ~ (323)-580-5689
Racism in America: A Political and Moral issue? Racial prejudice is an insidious moral and social disease. Historically, a race of people is defined as a population with distinguishable biological features. When we see an individual with different outward appearance, we characterize him/her by what we are told by family, friends and the media. Racism is difficult to characterize; however in its immoral victimization, social concerns are raised which must be dealt with by political means to preserve the society. Too often, the government’s response to social issues is inadequate and problems compound and grow worse. This is the situation with racism in America.
Thoughts of men cannot be legislated; secret hates and prejudices within an individual are not mitigated enacting laws, but behavior can be modified. When there is a law that dictates that no one will be denied employment due to race or ethnicity, the employer must abide by the law, however, all over America, applicants are carefully scrutinized and incorrigible employers will filter out prospective employees who are consider “less desirable” without explanation. Can America, a nation of diverse peoples ever be able to unite without prejudice and fear, the twin roots of racism?
The Zimmerman trail has sparked race conversation all over America once again and today we are going to dig deep into the roots of it from all perspectives, so grap your spft drink and your hat and join the ride of truth in conversation.
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With Republicans blocking everything President Barack Obama and Democrats propose, is it because of racism? Institutionalized racism is the topic of discussion in this 30 minutes. We'd love to hear your thoughts?
Join political pundits and social commentators, Dave Franklin and Lori Picarella, as they take your calls on the subject.
We'll be expanding to the 60 minute format starting Thursday, September 12th, 2013. We look forward to your continued support and calls. Thanks for sharing the blog and our radio show on Facebook and other sociasl media. 2014 is around the corner and liberals must energize now so we take back the Senate and House of Representatives.
Can we do it? Yes we can!
Racism in America? Top news stories of the week!!!!
Racism has existed throughout human history. It may be defined as the hatred of one person by another -- or the belief that another person is less than human -- because of skin color, language, customs, place of birth or any factor that supposedly reveals the basic nature of that person. It has influenced wars, slavery, the formation of nations, and legal codes.
During the past 500-1000 years, racism on the part of Western powers toward non-Westerners has had a far more significant impact on history than any other form of racism (such as racism among Western groups or among Easterners, such as Asians, Africans, and others). The most notorious example of racism by the West has been slavery, particularly the enslavement of Africans in the New World (slavery itself dates back thousands of years). This enslavement was accomplished because of the racist belief that Black Africans were less fully human than white Europeans and their descendants.