• 00:31

    A Unified Front! Inside the "March for Justice"

    in Current Events

    On December 13th, people came together to march against police brutality. On this week's episode of "The Rod Stevie Show", we will discuss the impact these protests will have, the numbers who came out (both real and the par numbers), as well as mention the detractors of this movement. Dr Weldon Mcwilliams will be our guest for the evening!

  • 00:45

    Human Rights for Prisoners March - Forced Plea Bargains

    in Politics Progressive

    Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal. Call-in no. (818)572.2947.
    ~ Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
    ~ Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.

    Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.

  • 01:57

    Our Take On The DC March! And What The Heck Are Barkley & Geraldo Talking About?

    in Current Events

    Luqman Nation represented at the Washington, DC March Against Police Violence.  We'll have some thoughts on our experience.


    Also, we'll talk about Charles Barkley's comments about how hard Black people make it for other Black people to succeed. And we'll address Geraldo Rivera's comments on LeBron James' protest in solidatiry with Eric Garner.


    We might have some time for more topics after that, but we should have a pretty full discussion!  


     

  • 00:10

    Healing Black Communities Part 2 - March in Washington DC and New York City

    in News

    The discussion continues Healing Black Communities Part 2 | We will be examining the marches for justice in our judicial system.  This weekend Saturday, December 13, 2014 in Washington DC and New York City; people marched and chanted Black Lives Matter and around the world demonstrations of colored people lives (black, brown, red or yellow) being valuable and worth keeping alive has hit homes. 


    This is a universal problem (worldwide) and we "the people" the masses, need to take heed at the whole picture and not half or the portion that only affects us. The reactive behaviors towards societal issues that keep a group of people oppressed has come to its head; we the people will no longer stand for supremacy behaviors; it’s not white, it’s not European but the selective few called the elite that needs to be stop and it doesn't matter what color or culture it stems from.


    FOR FREE TICKETS TO JOIN US @ http://www.eventbrite.com/o/real-talk-radio-100-candidad-7826183467


     

  • 00:45

    The Justice for All March

    in Politics

    “We are here today because we must have this nation deal with the fact that, just like 50 years ago, the states have taken a position to rob the human rights and civil rights of citizens,” he said. “You can castigate the leaders; you can try and divide us by generation,” he said. “You may bury us, but you didn’t know you were burying seeds. We’ll grow stronger and last longer.”Rev Dr Sharpton


     

  • 02:24

    3 BADGES AND PASTORS

    in Politics

    CO-HOST RON MARCH WITH MORE INSIGHT 

  • 02:45

    Are we at a PROTEST or Are we preparing for the PHOTO OP?

    in Entertainment

    Hey there Tea Sippers! We are now 8 days away from Christmas, Hanukkah has started, Kwanzaa is 9 days away and everyone is in the "holiday" spirit, BUT there are a few things going on in the world that you want to talk about....SOOOOOOO  today is another edition of "Don't Come out of a Bag" Wednesday where YOU are my CoHost.  You know the rules, we can talk about any and everything right here, right now..BUT if you decide to come out of a bag on me.. I will come out of a BIGGER BAG on you...ya feel me???



    Since when does The March on Washington have VIP Passes?:  There has been a huge explosion on the social media sites with the recent march having VIP passes to stand near the stage. WTF?? 
    I'm Not Gay No MO....I am DELIVERT:  I'm sure you've seen the YouTube video by now and I have a few things to say about this....It's very sad what we go through from "church folk" AND how the gay children are jumping all over this child.... I will explain.
    The Sony Leaks:  WTF is going on with this???  I really think that this is a disgruntled employee who had it IN for Ms. Girl who is behind all of the texts.
    Beverly Johnson says YES HE DID:   Now, we have a famous BLACK face added to the list of women who claims Bill Cosby allegedly drugged them.  What are your thoughts about HER allegations?


    This is going to be a RED HOT pot of tea baby.. so make sure you have PLENTY of CRUMPETS!

  • 01:32

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 989

    in Self Help

    SPECIAL TOPIC Night - "For Our Kids" - Deborah Maddison, and Tracy Baxter, Canadian activists from British Columbia, will lead this evening's discussion about the Rights of Children and Families in North America. They'll present the topic "Mass 'Murder' by Family Court." Joining them will be advocates Anthony Brasher, Vincent Shiele and Vernon Beck to discuss the tragedies and failures of the Family Court System. The epidemic of systemically being abused by family courts has caused many injured individuals to take their own lives, or sometimes the lives of others. In fact, thousands are attempting (or succeeding) at taking their own lives in desperation every year. As a result of the system's failures, an incredible 79% of people involved in the Family Court System report experiencing some form of health injury, whether physical, mental and / or emotional. We will be discussing some of the horrific cases of suicides and murder-suicides that come out of our structurally violent family court system, and how, at so many levels, these tragedies could have been prevented. We will also hear from special guest Ashlee White Blandford, daughter of Darin White, from Prince George, British Columbia. His suicide in March of 2000 was a huge eye-opener to many, highlighting the brutalizing effects of our Family Court System. ~~ Every two weeks a new THEME will be presented in this series, with frequent special guests speaking from their own experience. ~~ Please see our web page at: www.NAASCA.org/ForOurKids or write to: naasca.forourkids@gmail.com

  • sIgNoThETiMeS w Queen Tahiyrah & Stephen Biko w The UAC for Justice&HumanRights

    in Motivation

    We know all too well how the African Nation is portrayed in main stream media, including but not limited to television, radio, music videos, modern day hip hop, literature and in many city newspapers and magazines.So from December 19, 2014 to March 19, 2015 we are asking that all of you BLACKOUT MAIN STREAM MEDIA! But we need your help to make this successful.  WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!! 
    Please call in and recommend Books, Videos, Documentaries, Websites, Groups and Events for people to take advantage of to replace what they will be “missing” with things that will help to enlighten, engage and empower them, their families and the commUNITY!  917-889-8059

  • 00:29

    Wanda's Picks Radio Special

    in Art

    Today we have an opportunity to speak to playwright, Julie Hébert, and cast members: Susi Damilano and Carl Lumbly. TREE, directed by Jon Tracy, has its Regional Premiere at the San Francisco Playhouse, January 20th to March 7th, opens January 24, 2015.

    Winner of the Pen Award for Drama and Backstage Garland Award, Tree is the story of three generations divided by race, culture, and time. The play has contemporary resonance, posing questions about family and what it means to “be related.” “I set out to write a play about race and ended up writing a play about family,” said playwright Julie Hébert about Tree. “About the inescapability of family, of being known over time, of recognizing yourself in others, of continuing relationships after betrayal and suffering. We keep each other honest. Sometimes it’s funny, sometimes painful – and so it is with this play.”

    The story explored in Tree unfolds when a southern white woman shows up at the home of an African-American man in Chicago and claims to be his half-sister, impelling them to confront a shared past. In their search for the truth, they must navigate the fragmented memories of the man’s aged mother to discover where their roots intersect.

  • 02:00

    Should All Prisoners Be Released Except Those Who Committed Violent Crimes?

    in Women

    Debtors Prison was an institution used by the ruling class in Europe to punish people who could not pay their debts. Living under an oppressive system of high taxes and fines, of course the jails became overcrowded with debtors who could not pay. Many were given the opportunity to work off their debts as "indentured servants," temporary slaves who worked until the debt was paid off. Most were languishing in Europe's overcrowded jails until they were given an opportunity for release. The catch: they had to leave the continent and go and settle what Europeans called "the new world" - America. Many came to America, and the rest is history. But, what happened is that the descendants of those earlier prisoners have recreated the same system in present day America. Many of those incarcerated are serving time simply because they didn't have money. Sometimes people are jailed for unpaid parking tickets causing, unknown to them, a suspended license. Often the "crime" was the sale or use of marijuana (a substance which is now sold legally) and they couldn't pay bail or couldn't pay a good lawyer. Our jails are overcrowded, and prison is just a thinly disguised slave labor business. It's time to stop it. Only violent criminals need to be locked away to protect society while they undergo rehabilitation. Should all other non violent prisoners be released, provided the opportunities to become productive citizens, and honorably pay any debts owed


     

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