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Whistleblowers is presented in coordination with Marcel Reid and the Whistleblowers Summit July 30, 2016!
As of this date: Tom Villsack's USDA has blocked all communications from whistleblowers.
Guests: Heidi Turpen and Atty: Michael McCray
In May 2015 Heidi started her first season as a Forestry Technician in the timber program on the Sequoia National Forest in Region 5,
California. Heidi was directed to live in coed barracks that included at least one male firefighter who insisted upon using the women's toilet
and shower. From the start Heidi endured discrimination in the form of vicious rumors, sexual innuendo about sleeping with coworkers, and
multiple incidents of a sexually hostile work environment. As the season went on Heidi was faced with sexual harassment by an Engine Captain in
front of other employees. She later discovered that he had been identified as a “repeat offender” and had been accused of work place violence by a subordinate employee. In another situation she and another female coworker were yelled at and intimidated by another male firefighter. She discovered this employee was also a repeat offender who had been accused of harassment and work place violence against women.
She reported the harassment and as retaliation from management, Heidi was subjected to an illegal Forest Service law enforcement search of her barracks with a drug dog. She discovered the Law Enforcement Officer had done this to another woman who had reported harassment.
As ran act of retaliation Heidi was left alone in the wilderness while on duty by her crew leader without a radio or GPS unit. This was a safety issue.
Today is the 414th day that Rev. Edward Pinkney of Benton Harbor, Michigan sits in prison doing felony time (2 1/2 to 10 years) for a misdemeanor crime he did not commit. When they first tried to arrest Rev. Pinkney they surrounded the block where he lives, blocked off his street to traffic and sent in a SWAT team. Why did they need that kind of force? Did they intend to silence him by adding his name to the growing list of those murdered by police terror? Luckily they just missed him. He had taken his wife out for her birthday.
The fact is no one charged with something as small as petition fraud, a misdemeanor, gets that kind of response. This shows the lengths to which corporate dictatorship in Michigan will go to crush anyone who opposes them. Rev. Pinckney was the first one to warn the American people about the dangers of the emergency Financial Manager system. The validity of those warnings have come true in the poisoning of Flint, Michigan. With the eyes of the world now upon Flint and the heartfelt outpouring of aid being sent there, let us not overlook or forget the plight of rev. Pinkney. FREE REV. PINKNEY NOW.
The New Black Panther Party, is proposing a NATIONWIDE campaign to combat the terror, brutality, and murder of black people committed by the racist forces aimed at targeting black people. There is a national concern over the lack of self love and resources for young black males/females, and the cycle of violence that has been learned from white America's racist power structure. The Campaign is on! A nationwide tour of duty is on the table to combat violence against black people.
Find out what's needed to make this a success, and we want to hear from people worldwide on what success looks like for black people in this effort. call: 646 . 478. 4447 www.blogtalkradio.com/freedomordeath
347-989-8767 Saturday 2.6.16 1pm PT 4 ET
Tune into Blackistand Radio as we highlight some of the MANY Black pioneers of medicine, technology, business, education etc.
Of course we will also give background history of Carter G Woodson, creator of Black history week which evolved into what we know now as Black history month.
We will also go over the Black Panther 10 Point Program, the RBG Code of Conduct, & the NOI what the Muslims want.
You are welcome to add-on and Build via phone 347-989-8767 or chatroom.
Jim Basnight is a journalist who published a Husky hoops subscriber only blog at www.huskydigest.com and has worked for Rivals/Yahoo and 710-ESPN Radio Seattle. With a decidedly NW focus, Jim covers everything from the newest potential star on the play grounds and gyms in this rainy region to the greats of yester year. This week Jim welcomes Garfield High School (Seattle WA) head coach Ed Haskins.
That's right we have an all new segment "Friday Nigth SpotLight" where we shine our spot light on our youth who is doing some amazing things in and out of the school, Tonight we shine our spot light on Mosley Senior J'Nyiah Daniels who took the city by storm last night as she scored 42 points moving the Dolphins to the Region Semis ,
Paul left Athens, seemingly unsuccesful there. He next arrived at Corinth, the bawdy underbelly of the Mediterranean. "Blue collar," "red neck" and "lusty" might well describe this city. So decadent was Corinth that any young girl throughout the region who pursued the path of moral looseness was said to have "Corinthianized."
Yet, in this worldly city, Paul's message seemed to resonate with many. He spent 18 months there, impacting many people and much surrounding territory.
While in Corinth Paul had encounters with synagogue leaders, with Roman Proconsuls and with tent makers. Luke records interesting details of all three.
Also--and this is big--Paul began writing letters that were later collected into a major section of our New Covenant documents. Both letters to the Thessalonians were written while Paul was here at Corinth.
We'll enjoy this chapter.
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Feb 1st, 2016
place: Black Power Radio Time : 8:pm est 7:cst 5Pst
" Do black lives matter to black people- How art shapes reality?"
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347-989-8767 tonight @ 8pm PT 11 ET
Join Supernormal Goddess & Jay Dizzle in this second episode of "50 shades of Black" where we'll be discussing the dynamics of cheating and the pit falls set up to destroy Black Love & Black families.
Rather you're single, married or dating, we want to hear from you. Join the conversation by calling 347-989-8767 or listen via the chat-room.
We must build on Black Love, relationships and communication.
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Your co-hosts are excited to celebrate their one year anniversary of the Brown-Eyed Perspective and will talk to Ms. Tenesha Duffy, Elementary School Teacher, and one of the educators on the Department of Education's 2016 Delaware Dream Team as she discusses excellence in the field of teaching. We will also hear from Deneen Moore-McDonald to talk about geneology (tracing your roots). As the hosts continue to educate the community we will also talk about the legacy of Tommy Coveleski and the coverage of sports in the Cape region since 1972 from Mr. Dave "Fredman" Frederick, Sociologist and Sports Encyclopedia.
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