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The Steubenville verdicts are in: Trent Mays and Ma'like Richmond have been found guily of raping a 16 year old from neighboring Weirton, West Virgina.. But the story hasn't ended with the verdicts: the viscious attacks on innocent people in Steubenville cotinue. Guest Jill Watkins is a Steubenville resident. She and her son has been attacked after her appearence on Dr. Phil and the attacks continue after the verdict.
OH³=Old Hip Hop Head!
Join me today as I change the pace a little on the show and begin my look and dedication to hip hop.
Music is a big part of my life and thankfully, my mother exposed me to all genres of music from Jazz, Funk, Rock, Pop, Soul and Classical, but I introduced her and many others to the world of Hip Hop.
Today's show will be mostly music with a little commentary marking my look at Hip Hop and how it has changed the world of music. This change has been good in some cases and bad in others, but no matter what your ethnicity, culture, socioeconomic status or age, Hip Hop permeates your world. Please join me as I share some tunes from this Old Hip Hop Head’s collection and please be aware that some of the music I play may not be suitable for all ears...this means Parental Discretion is advised!
The F-Word Experience takes on the Ohio trial that is dominating the news and drenched in controversy, the Steubenville Rape Case. Two Ohio high school football players have been accused and are currently on trial for raping an incapacitated 16-year-old girl in August of 2012. The case drew national attention when photos and video documenting the assault appeared on Twitter and Facebook. We will examine the facts of the trial and discuss the controversy surrounding the events in question. You won’t want to miss this gritty and eye-opening discussion.
Alexandria Goddard has put herself at the center of the Steubenville story. We talk to someone who knows her; Behind The Yellow Tape blogger Joey Ortega.
Chumash Elder Choqosh Auh'-ho'-oh (website) is our pre-recorded guest.
The Hopi Ten Chumash elder Choqosh Auh'-ho'-oh some years ago was summoned by a prestigious group of Oraibi Hopi elders.They told her they have a message for her to share.
They said, "You've been telling people the 11th hour is approaching. Tell them it is here, and there are things to be considered."
They gave her a 10-point Hopi Checklist to consider:
Where do you live (not just geographically)?
What is it that you do?
How are your relationships?
Are you in right relation with the Earth?
Where is your water?
Know your garden (and nature around you).
Speak your truth; it is time now.
Be good to each other.
Don't look outside yourself for the leader.
This could be a good time.
Tonight we discuss the Steubenville high school rape case and subsequent protests which are making news nationally. Earlier today a raucous crowd of protesters lead by several Anonymous activists gathered in front of the Jefferson County Courthouse to demonstrate their frustration with the handling of a high school rape investigation. Allegedly two members of the Steubenville High School football team are charged with raping a 16-year-old fellow student at a party last August. Demonstrators
Today we will be interviewing Rosa Oh of The Oh Group, which is an Interactive and Communications Agency in Dallas, TX. They offer a multiple touch point marketing solution specializing in: Branding, Marketing and Advertising, Custom website design and development on a CMS, market strategy, Asian Marketing, market research, creative direction, national and international publications, public relations, video, social media strategy (certified) and search engine optimization (SEO), and back into the interior design space as well.
The message Sunday from Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine was clear - it's not over."I have reached the conclusion that this investigation cannot be completed - that we cannot bring finality to this matter -without the convening of a grand jury," DeWine said at a press conference Sunday at the Jefferson County Justice Center following the conviction of two juveniles of rape.The Herald-Star