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Using a new microphone, Dr Jonas, your host, discusses Back to School issues seen by Family Physicians, in Ohio. After reflecting on August and September in the office, he gets philosophical (no surprise) about the role of the Family Physician including some comments about clinical decision through the patient-physician "human" relationship.
He floats through a few Tweets on Twitter before reading part of the AFP Community blog by Jennifer Middleton, MD about the role of the Family Physician.
At the end he plays the banjo a few notes and sings parts of a couple songs he wrote as a way of testing the new microphone.
Check it out. .
ARE BLACK PEOPLE TO BLAME FOR POLICE BRUTALITY & RACIST TREATMENT IN AMERICA? ARE THE POLICE TO TOTALLY BLAME? WHAT CAN BE DONE ABOUT THIS? ARE BLACK PEOPLE REALLY WILLING TO CHANGE THIS SITUATION? WHAT CAN WE EXPECT IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWER TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTAL0 FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Today on Coffee with Conrad
Many throw the word "racist" around at the drop of a hat. While extreme racist, will embody it and the Al Sharpton's of the world will call them out, there is a class of people who get confused. Can you make an "off-color" joke and not be called out for it based on ignorance? Some may think its funny. Many others will hit the roof because of the offense. What if you don't understand? Should people just "lighten up?"
Is this racist? The Life Full Circle Radio staff heard this questions a lot this week. So much so that we decided to make it a part of the Life Full Circle Radio conversation this week. What makes something racist? What is the difference between racist and not knowing? Where is the line between racist and stereotypes?
To help us answer these questions we will have Dr. Jeffri Anne Wilder on as our guest to help us maneuver through these social land mines.
Join Miguel Lloyd and your favorite Life Full Circle Staff This Saturday At 10am and join the conversation.
Tiger announces he's withdrawn from Ryder Cup contention, why I say it's the right choice. Is this the end of Tiger? Will he catch Jack's streak?
NBA Schedule released today. We will talk about the notable games. Also take a brief look at the Cavaliers schedule.
SUMMERSLAM! I give my predictions.
All that plus your calls and tweets (@patcle330 on Twitter).
Lets get weird.
Join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul as he speaks with attorney activist Michael Coard.
Michael Coard will discuss how voters and city officials decided after being sued for police brutality it was more feasible to shutdown Jennings Missour's Police department.
Michael Coard — lawyer, activist, teacher — on defending the bad guys, fixing the city’s court system, hating on hip-hop, and forever changing the way you see George Washington
Criminal defense attorney Michael Coard is in constant motion. One minute he's involved in a high-profile cop-murder case; the next, he's hosting a radio show on WURD; then he's off to teach a hip-hop music course at Temple. His biggest project of late? Fighting the National Park Service to reinterpret American history. A North Philly kid who once dreamed of a baseball career, Coard harbors the highest hopes for his hometown even as his work keeps him ensconced in our city's underbelly. Over lunch at Butcher & Singer, we talked about why he does it all, and where he draws inspiration.
Join The Gist of Freedom with host Roy Paul as we discuss how Darren Wilson's Former Racist Ridden Police Department in Jennings Mo., was Disbanded- EVERY officer Was dismissed!
We'll also discuss the East Louis Massacre of 1917, 100 Blacks Clubbed, Burned and shot to death.
The Booker T. Washington, Marcus Garvey, Saint Louis Massacre and Malcolm X Connection.
Complaints and lawsuits were piling up against the force for using unnecessary force.
"The city council voted six-to-one to close the Racist Ridden Police department and have St Louis County run its policing. The city council concluded that the force had been discredited with the local population and dismissed EVERY OFFICER.
There was a fundamental disconnect between the police force and the community they were supposed to be protecting. (The officers in the photo are not from Missouri)
City council member Rodney Epps told the Washington Post that 'the straw that broke the camel's back' was an incident in which an officer shot a woman who'd been stopped for a traffic violation.
'She had a child in the back [of the] car and was probably worried about getting locked up. And this officer chased her down Highway 70, past city limits, and took a shot at her. Just ridiculous,' he said.
In another, an officer beat a woman on her own front porch.
The city council concluded that the force had been discredited with the local population and dismissed every officer.
One woman, Cassandra Fuller, described to the Washington Post an incident in which she'd called police for help after a car smashed into the parked van in front of her home and was thrown to the ground and kicked for making a joke.
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