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Joint Statement from 3 of the Hit and Run Victims at a “Black Lives Matter” Demonstration at Riverside’s Festival of Lights
“We participated in a peaceful 'black lives matter demonstration' to gather with community members to highlight the public law enforcement practices that we believe are the product of systemic and societal racial discrimination. It was a demonstration to bring that message to Riverside, as others
have done and are doing throughout the country.
“Some members of the public openly expressed anger at the mostly black and Latino demonstrators. Protestors were yelled at, a Latina speaker was assaulted by a passer-by, and two men actively and violently pushed and shoved a number of people. And ultimately, we, along with others were plowed into by a white male driving a BMW. These actions only underscore how our society's consciousness view people of color differently.
“We thank the Riverside Police team for blocking off the street as the protest continued and their increased presence may have prevented further physical attacks from those in the public who disagreed."
“The narrative that it might have been accidental, or that the driver was gently trying to get through traffic is not accurate. The vehicle in front of the driver had made a u-turn. A few of us witnessed the female passenger in the car frantically yelling at the driver to stop.
“Finally, we ask for equal treatment and all due diligence by police no matter the race of the suspect or victims, or the reason for the public demonstration.”
Gloria, Nikke and Bobbi
A New York grand jury Wednesday opted not to indict a white policeman in the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man whose last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for protesters who blamed his death on racial profiling and police abuse.
The decision, coming nine days after a Missouri grand jury declined to charge a white officer in the death of Michael Brown, drew swift reactions that reflected the passions that have increasingly surrounded such cases across the country.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other officials, anxious to avoid the violence that erupted in Ferguson after Officer Darren Wilson walked free, urged calm as activists called for demonstrators to converge at Times Square, Rockefeller Center and other landmarks.
De Blasio, whose wife is black, invoked their teenage son, Dante, and said his heart went out to Garner’s family.
“This is a subject that is never far from my family’s minds,” De Blasio said. “I’ve had to talk to Dante for years about the dangers he may face” and the special care he should take in his interactions with police.
President Obama said the case “speaks to the larger issues that we’ve been talking about now for the last week, the last month, the last year and, sadly, for decades, and that is the concern on the part of too many minority communities that law enforcement is not working with them and dealing with them in a fair way.”
“It’s time for us to make more progress than we’ve made,” Obama said. “I’m not interested in talk; I’m interested in action.”
AND MUCH MORE ON THIS CASE SO TUNE IN...
Totally 4 Him is an upcoming contemporary quartet group of four dynamic and dedicated young men of God. The talented young men formed their group and bond in music ministry in 2008 after singing together in church. Carlos Harvey and Michael Harvey Jr (Turk) - who are biological brothers, and Dante Eady and Jesse Eady – who are also biological brothers make up this soul-stirring Georgia based singing group Totally 4 Him (T4H).
Although classified as a “Quartet” group, the fellas have a fresh and contemporary swag in their singing style and their fashionable attire. T4H has a love and respect for the traditional quartet genre, but are on a mission to bring a new and innovative approach to quartet music so that a younger demographic will embrace and become fans of the beloved style of gospel.
Their national debut Gospel radio single “All We Need Is Love”, featuring Gospel great Doug Williams and award winning producer Stan Jones is now available and impacting radio. “All We Need Is Love” contains their blend of traditional quartet and contemporary gospel in which T4H likes to call “Quartemporary”.
T4H’s collaboration with a legendary Williams Brother (Doug) and rising super producer (Stan Jones) is a glimpse of the future of an innovative group of singers becoming change agents in music and in ministry. T4H is currently in the studio working on their new album set to release in 2015.
FORGETABOUT IT! WHEN WE WERE GROWING UP, WE WERE TAUGHT THAT THE POLICE WERE THERE TO HELP YOU AND THAT THEY WERE THE GOOD GUYS - RIGHT!? ! FROM PARENTS NOT BEING ABLE TO CRACK A KID WHEN THEY DO SOMETHING WRONG TO THE COPS HANDS BEING TIED. I DO KNOW IT LOOKS LIKE WE ARE IN FOR BIG TROUBLE WITH THIS KINDA THINKING. THINK ABOUT THE COPS NOT BEING HERE FOR A WEEK. SHIT, WE WOULD BE IN BIG BIG BIG TROUBLE. FEEL FREE TO CALL, TONITE, FRIDAY, 12/5 AT 7PM,EST, THE WIZE GUY AND THE LADY AT 646 716 4343. THANK YOU ALL! ITS DANTE'S INFERNO - HERE WE GO - YOU READY FOR THIS - YOU BETTER BE - THEY ARE!
Unfortunately, our scheduled guest wasn't able to join us, so Kori did what she does best: Rolled with it!
During this short episode, she talked about our #needfordiversebooks as it relates to #ferguson, her successful (and first) virtual book launch for her children's book Dante, the end of year guest line-up, and the 2015 programming schedule.
Thanks for listening! We'll be back next week with Renee Prewitt.
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Many people imagine themselves as a noted novelist, a Multi-New York Times Best Seller, being launched into success with the help of Oprah….Good thoughts!
Most successful authors describe their journey as ’20 years to overnight success’. … because the task of crafting tales that lead to success is anything but overnight or easy.
Staying successful requires the continuing hours of solitude and diligence that you simply must spend to create a good book. Getting back there, when it all was literally stolen away, when your youth seemed spent makes for a great novel, and a very harsh reality. Jackie Mitchard was out there, up there and then driven hard to the bottom. Now…Jacqueline Mitchard is back!
An acclaimed writer of both adult and young adult fiction and best known for her award-winning NY Times bestselling debut novel, The Deep End of the Ocean, which launched Oprah’s book club and became a movie produced by and starring Michelle Pfeiffer, Jackie Mitchard is also a journalist and regular contributor to More magazine as well as the editor in chief of Merit Press, a mature Young Adult imprint under the aegis of F&W Media. The mother of nine lives in Cape Cod with her children, her husband Dan, and their poodle, Dante.
Professor Curry: The Death Touch
The "Death Touch" was seen back in the 70's by the late "Count Dante". Dr. Powell had a simialar technique. We'll discuss tonight the "Death Touch" in our open forum. Call in at 9pm: 646-716-6825 to listen in or contribute.....OUS!
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