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We will be talking to community organizer Charles who has been watching the Vallejo Police.
The mother of Guy Jarreau's will be on our show to explain how the Vallejo Police Murder her son in cold blood. Guy never had a gun in his hand. Bunnie, cousin to Guy Jarreau, jr. and a leader in the Civil Rights movement in Vallejo with "God First!", and organization founded by Guy Jarreau's mother which is working to seek justice for all victims of community fascism in Vallejo including People's Programs such as aid to the homeless. She updates us on the latest weapon in defense of the people... a CLASS ACTION lawsuit which will enable folks to seek justice on an equitable level by joining with the lawsuit their reality of murder and terrorism by the Police.
The Vallejo Police Murder Mario on Sept 2, 2012. Rev. Harris took 300 people to march on the Vallejo Police Department. Why did two white police officers shoot 30 times at Mario and jump on top of the hood of the car and shoot inside the car striking Mario body. Mario never had a Gun.
This Is What Mario Sister Has To Say!!
To love is to risk not being loved in return. To live is to risk dying. To hope is to risk despair. To try is to risk failure. But the risk must be taken, because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing. The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, and is nothing. He/She may avoid suffering and sorrow, but she/he simply cannot learn, feel, change, grow, love, live. Chained by his/her certitudes, she/he is a slave, he/she has forfeited her/his freedom. Only a person who risks. is free.
If the Vallejo Police had nothing to hide , why did they steal evidence from the crime scene? Why did they plant a fake gun on Mario? Why did Vallejo Police hold Mario’s family hostage in their home? Why did they change the crime scene?
Why did they lie to the press about Mario being a parolee? Most importantly why has it taken so long to take witness statements.
( most of the witnesses still have not been interviewed)
The Vallejo Police Department dosen’t want to see proof that they are corrupt because they already know.
I’m just curious to know who in the community wants to see proof that the Vallejo Police Department.
Rev Floyd D. Harris Dr. Jean Kennedy will interview the father of the young man who was shoot by Vallejo Police In Cold Blood. Vallejo Police Department has been killing it citizen at will. The father Mike will explain how the Vallejo police shoot his son feets and arms off.
Rev. Harris has been organizing in the community to empower the community at large on how to fight back.
You can go to you tube and watch the Vallejo Police Murder his son in cold BLOOD! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-wZJGMU3hZk
Rev. Harris did a live Interview with the father:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uAeYXj4UGgc
Rev. Harris took 300 black people to march on the Vallejo Police Department: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xb8Ayro-h2E&NR=1&feature=endscreen
Guy Mother Tells Vallejo City she is filing a class action law suit: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzUT1Ud19YE
Rev Harris stands W mother:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAFXH68QKGM&feature=relmfu
Rev. March On Vallejo District Office: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nucdIV2ygWE&feature=relmfu
Guy mother gave a power speech at Vallejo Town Hall Meeting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xnN1dbPlNk&feature=relmfu
Uncle Bobby Speaks truth to power: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuept1dlhBE
NVT West returns to the air for a special look at the music of the one and only legendary Bobby Womack. We will look at his early recordings to the hits of the 70's and 80's. We will also check out the music from the 2012 comeback album, "The Bravest Man in The Universe". Joining The Saint for this special episode will be Vallejo's music maestro and producer, Blacc Spirit and the return of Original Collective member, Dr. Ande,The Successful Diva. Plus the usual refinements of NVT West and a little on the upcoming Beat Maker Competition.
The mother of Guy Jarreau's will be on our show to explain how the Vallejo Police Murder her son in cold blood. Guy never had a gun in his hand. Bunnie, cousin to Guy Jarreau, jr. and a leader in the Civil Rights movement in Vallejo with "God First!", and organization founded by Guy Jarreau's mother which is working to seek justice for all victims of community fascism in Vallejo including People's Programs such as aid to the homeless. She updates us on the latest weapon in defense of the people... a CLASS ACTION lawsuit which will enable folks to seek justice on an equitable level by joining with the lawsuit their reality of murder and terrorism by the Police. You Tube links for Guy Jarreau:
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MTV's Real World Explosion: Arielle
Arielle is originally from Vallejo, CA. She is the co-founder of a defunct social media website called "GenJuice" and attended the University of CA Berkley. She has recently switched her career path to horror filmmaker and model. In episode 5, Arielle is one of the only ones happy about her ex being in the house, but soon grows tired of arguing with her when Ashley has problems accepting Arielle's androgynous lifestyle. She later has to confront her own personal issues about people thinking that she is a male to female transgender in episode 7. She is the voice of reason int he house and who people can come to with their problems.
Join Host Author and Activist Anita Wills on her Show Freedom Speaks.
This weeks show is focused on the Unjustified KIlling of Twenty-Three Year old Mario Romero by Vallejo California Police Officers. Romero, an African American was brutally shot and killed by Vallejo Police Officers In the early morning hours of September 2, 2012. He and his brother-in-Law, were in a car sitting in front of their house, when the Tactical Force came upon them. The Vallejo Police Officers admit they never identified themselves , never asked for Driver's License, Insurance or registration. They were, in fact told to raise their hands at the same time they were fired upon. The Officers reloaded their clips several times as witnesses screamed for the officers to spare the lives of these two innocent men who. Their screams were to no avail as the police continued to spray their car with bullets living out a scene from a video gam. One officer jumped on the hood of Mario Romeros car to get a better aim at him. Two innocent unarmed men that they intended to kill not hurt but kill. The community of Vallejo is outraged by the excessive force that has been used on the citizens of Vallejo, California and all of the coincidences in the stories. The family of Mario Romero have spoken out against their murder of their loved one, and are now the target of the Vallejo Police Department. In the meantime Organizations like the NAACP sit sillently by as the Police continue to pick our young people off, One By One!
His sister Cyndi Mitchell and others from the community will join us to share their story.
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Juwon Lee, AKA Macwon, was born in Vallejo, CA in December of 1998. Macwon started making beats at the age of 6. He was introduced to the production software, "Fruity Loops", by his older uncle. He was later introduced to "Propellorhead Reason" production software. At the age of 8 Macwon began writing and recording music (songs).
Macwon got the chance to have 2 of his productions played live on a local radio station. His music was given multiple complements which inspired him to further pursue a possible career in music. Later, the local radio station began holding, "Stage Time". At stage time Macwon was able to practice performing to a live audience every week. After several weeks of impressing audiences at, "Stage Time", Macwon was invited to his first professional live performance held at Solano Community College in Fairfield, CA. Macwon was loved by the audience and received an award for his performance.
Macwon later began performing at birthday parties held at Ozcat Radio in Vallejo, CA.. He also performed for thousands of people at the Black Expo in Oakland, CA. Juneteenth and 4th of July festivals in Vallejo, CA. All while still at the age of just 8 years old.
Michael Vernon Cooper born and raised in Vallejo California has the distinction of being the founder of the world re-noun funk gold recording artist "CONFUNKSHUN", and remains vital in contemporary music today. When ConFunkShun briefly closed shop between '86 to '93, Cooper shined on a string of solo hits including "Shoop Shoop", " Prove My Love", and "Dinner For Two" on his Warner Bros. LP's,and again in 2003 on his NCA Lable " THIS HEART OF MINE" ,and ”ARE WE COOL”.He periodically tours as a solo act, promoting his Cds while continuing to head up and perform with Confunkshun. “My sound has stayed essential because the guys and I still actively tour. My musical inspiration comes from God, my audience, my family and from life. My sound has fueled a generation and that same generation fuels my sound! “ says Cooper.
Tenina Stevens BKA Suga-T is a native of Vallejo, CA. Growing up with five brothers always kept her full of life and willing to take chances. She teen parented two children and faced many challenges. Teen parenting, domestic violence, violent behavior, gun violence, alcoholism, low self-esteem and later music male chauvinism all took form at one point in her life. Life challenges gave her a chance to become an overcomer motivating her to gain her own independence in the music industry as an executive producer and founder of Hip Hop Mom Productions. She became a well-known and well respected national artist, executive producer, actress, speaker and song writer. After getting enough strength to leave an abusive relationship and unhealthy music brand, she used her creativity to go back to school completing an AA in Business and BA in Psychology. This strong but sweet icon worked her way to become a fragrance production company of Suga T Fragrance while serving as a motivational speaker with a focus on youth and families empowering women and girls to reach their highest potential. This nontraditional fragrance production company is a support to social causes as well as character building opportunities. Suga-T Fragrances highlights the “Sprinkle Me Collection,” named after her and her brother E-40’s Multiplatinum Hit. “Sprinkle Me” is a Guinness Book friendly item as the biggest brother and sister duet ever in history!
Suga-T joined her family's recording label Sick Wid It Records as an executive and artist. During her over twenty years with (brothers E-40, D-Shot and cousin B-Legit) The Click, she showcased her catchy phrases; writing numerous hooks of song and rap which have become urban anthems such as Hurricane, One Love, Sprinkle Me and Ooh, Ooh, Ooh. Initially, the group released a single entitled Captain Save A Hoe, street anthem and Billy Bad which was a social conscious message..tune in for more