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  • 01:24

    Leadership and Elected Officials of MBKC/MSKC

    in Elections

    Get Ready Cordele for this next edition of our "We are the Change Now" Radio Show with MBKC & MSKC, when we will have a thorough and in depth discussion with three candidates that we have endorsed for public office: Mochanda Dechelle Davis for City Commissioner in Ward 1 in 2015; Roy Dale for City Commissioner in Ward 4 in 2015, and Ricky B. Redding for Sheriff in Crisp County 2016. Also, joining the show will be MBKC member Byrd Tripp, who is the Team Leader for MBKC's Leadership & Elected Officials Team. We are Cordele, and We are the Change Now!!

    "We are the Change Now" Radio Show is the new monthly radio show from the Removing the Bandages Radio Network that comes on one Sunday a month, featuring dialogue, ideas, and proven solutions to build unstoppable communities. The show is an extension of the social impact work that members of the grassroots organization, MBKC (My Brother's Keeper-Cordele) & MSKC (My Sister's Keeper- Cordele), are doing in their hometown, Cordele, Georgia, to transform years of socioeconomic decline. Furthermore, the show serves as a gathering place and incubator for change agents who seek to transform communities large and small. We are Cordele, and We are the Change Now!


     


     


     

  • 01:02

    Questioning our elected officials

    in Politics

    Charlie In The Box! Fridays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/ This week on the Charlie In The Box radio show we got to start with questioning our elective officials, at our city halls, state capitals, and even Washington D.C. What's the best way to do that? E-mail, phone call, how about even walking in? Telling them what's on our minds. If you ask me...government is tyranny. What did our founding fathers say about government tyranny? That's what we will cover on the second half of this week’s show. Thomas Paine said, "It is the duty of a patriot to protect his country from its government” and that's what I intend to do. So, if you’re down with that tune in this Friday....hollow point lyric's I'll be spitting at your ears. Giving my perspective to the American public about everything, including government and things that we all deal with in our everyday life. We all could feel it in our guts that there’s something wrong. You can feel it in your heart when your kids ask you, “Is everything going to be alright?” and you don’t have that answer for them. So if you would like to start looking at things differently, maybe in a different perspective…please tune in week after week for this adventure that we will be going on., and I promise you at the end,. Things will start looking a lot more differently. Tags: Charlie In The Box, Politics,newbies, Prepper Broadcasting

  • Betrayal of Leadership: Which Elected Officials Need to Be Targeted For Defeat?

    in Women

    This weekend's mass gathering is an opportunity for organizing on a grand scale. Voter registration should be a top priority, with the intention of voting out of office those elected officials who have betrayed the public's trust. Who are they? Have we been keeping track of voting records in City Council, the State Legislature, the Congress, the Senate? Have we been paying attention to decisions by judges and actions of State's Attorneys? Have our civic organizations been diligent in tallying up the numbers of registered voters, unregistered voters, and the numbers of votes needed to elect a candidate? Have community leaders stepped forward to run for office and replace those we no longer want to serve in those capacities? Unless we use this time wisely, the gathering of an estimated two million people will be just another neighborhood rally, and we'll go back home just as powerless as before, with a bit less money than we had. So who do we really need to seriously plan to defeat in the next election?

  • 02:02

    How Can Elected Officials Help Create Economic and Social Equality?

    in Women

    The right to vote has created black elected officials but many people believe that things have not changed. Can a person elected to public office really have an impact on the longtime condition of denial of access to economic opportunities? Legal segregation has ended, but social inequality remains a problem when it comes to equal protection under the law. So, what powers do our elected officials really have to change the conditions under which we live? Georgia State Representative Dar'Shun Kendrick joins us to discuss how elected officials can initiate actions that create opportunities for economic growth and can introduce laws that change behavior.

  • 02:02

    What Can Elected Officials Do To End Police Abuse of Citizens?

    in Women

    Tuesday April 7, 2015 is Election Day in Ferguson, Missouri, Chicago, Illinois and a number of cities across the U.S.  Police brutality is a major issue in communities where racism has run rampant throughout the criminal justice system and police have operated as enforcers in an ongoing practice of criminalizing African Americans, Latinos, and low income whites. When will it stop? Many citizens say it's time to change the people in City Hall. But the question is, what can elected officials really do to end police abuse of citizens? Fire the entire police force and start over with new hires? Develop a rigorous retraining program that involves racial sensitivity? Create a Citizen Review Board with the authority to fire police if found guilty of using unnecessary excessive force? Require that police who serve a community must live in the community that they police? Have body cameras on all officers, which must be on and active during all interactions with citizens? Theodore Daffin, a victim of police abuse and a subsequent cover up, shares his story and his hopes of one day receiving justice.


     


     

  • 01:01

    WAKE UP CLAYTON COUNTY, HERE COMES THE JUDGE!!

    in Politics

    Leslie Miller-Terry is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She moved to Georgia in 1992. Leslie has been an attorney for 30 years and has practiced law in Philadelphia as well as Georgia. Leslie graduated from Temple University in 1981 with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, major accounting. She began her career as an accountant with the fifth largest Trust Department in the United States at Provident National Bank. In August of 1983, she entered Villanova University School of Law. Leslie graduated from Villanova University School of Law in May 1986, where she earned her Juris Doctorate degree.

    Leslie Miller-Terry began her career as a prosecutor in the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office as an Assistant District Attorney in 1988, after a two year stint as a tax professional at the Firm of Laventhal and Horwath. Shortly after moving to Georgia, Leslie continued her career as a prosecutor with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office. While in the District Attorney’s office, Leslie prosecuted murder, rape, armed robbery, and a host of other felony cases.

    In January of 2000, Leslie became a sole practitioner in the Law Office of Leslie Miller Terry. Leslie’s office was located in Jonesboro, Georgia and she specialized in criminal defense. Leslie continued to practice law out of her Jonesboro office until she returned to prosecution in January 2005. In November 2004 Leslie was elected as the first African American and first woman to serve as Solicitor General of Clayton County. In January of 2009 Leslie returned to private practice. However, realizing her true passion for justice and desire to serve the citizens of Georgia.



     

  • 01:29

    CLAYTON, DON'T TALK ABOUT IT BE ABOUT IT, SHOW DOWN AT THE TOWN HALL MEETING!

    in Elections

    Clayton County HOA's United for Change & Hearts to Nourish Hope (HTNH) will present a Town Hall Meeting. Meet the candidates running for Clayton County officers THIS THURSDAY, APRIL 21ST @ 5:30 p.m. The address is 640 Hwy 138 (formerly Progressive Lighting) Riverdale, GA. We ask that you please donate a non-perishable food item(s)  for HTNH's Friday Food Drive.  FREE GIFT CARDS WILL BE RAFFLED!! Grab a burger or stop by the Chicken house on the way to the Town Hall Meeting.  This is your chance to put up or shut up. The candidates will be there!  This will afford us the opportunity to know who to vote for the STATE PRIMARY ELECTION.  This vote is just as important as the Primary Election. DON'T GET IT TWISTED, BE THERE! ALL ARE WELCOME. 

  • 01:06

    The Ed Springston Show

    in Politics Conservative

    MVM brings you the hard hitting stories no one dare reports. Combined with fact and opinion, Ed Springston tells it like it is and holds nothing back. Ed has led the way in gaining accountability in elected leaders. His single handed efforts have resulted in multiple charges and ousting of elected officials. Mainstream media, Louisville and Kentucky attorneys,all subscribe to Ed’s RSS feed. You should join the thousands of others who do as well!   The latest from Gov. Bevin, Trump, and more!


    AG Beshear losing his mind and more.


    The Ed Springston Show April 25, 2016 at 07:00PM


    Steve Beshear desperate, Bevin vetos , and Trump continues to rise

  • 01:25

    The Ed Springston Show

    in Politics Conservative

    MVM brings you the hard hitting stories no one dare reports. Combined with fact and opinion, Ed Springston tells it like it is and holds nothing back. Ed has led the way in gaining accountability in elected leaders. His single handed efforts have resulted in multiple charges and ousting of elected officials. Mainstream media, Louisville and Kentucky attorneys,all subscribe to Ed’s RSS feed. You should join the thousands of others who do as well!   The latest from Gov. Bevin, Trump, and more!


    AG Beshear losing his mind and more.

  • 01:06

    RNN Connecting the Dots w/Dan Happel Regional Government Blueprint for Future

    in Politics

    Michael Shaw and Dr. Michael Coffman join Dan in a discussion of Replacement of local governments and elected officials with Regionally Appointed governments. Known as COGs (Councils of Government), they are straight out of the ICLEI (the International Council on Local Environmental Initiatives) sustainable development playbook. COGs have one purpose only; end local, democratically elected governments; replace them with autocratically controlled regional bureaucracies willing to promote sustainability and one world socialist government.


    The Republic News Network is a broadcast of the Republic for the United States of America.  The purpose of the RNN is to reach out to the American People with our message of hope, that the American Republic has been restored. Thursday evenings each week we engage experts in business, industry, military, law enforcement, faith, intelligence and other patriotic Americans in an effort to inform the American People of important current events and at the same time educate our guest and listeners about the restored American Republic.


    RNN Schedule: Live on Thursday Evenings 9pm EDT/6pmPDT


    Check the Republic website often for General Information and Updates to keep you informed about the interim government restoring operations under the Constitution for the United States of America.


    Opinions stated by various contributors to the RNN are not to be considered as endorsed by officers and members of the Republic for the United States of America. Listeners are urged to use their own discernment to draw their own conclusions.

  • 00:25

    200th Show Special with MCC President Jessica Walker

    in Business

    On April 27, my guest will be Jessica Walker, the President of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce. She is a public policy expert who has advocated on behalf of New York City residents, neighborhoods and businesses for more than 15 years -- with successes in every role taken on. Her work has left an indelible imprint on the city that she loves.


    Before joining the Chamber in 2016 she served as Vice President for Government Affairs at the Partnership for New York City, which represents the city’s major corporate employers. Jessica served as the chief liaison between elected officials and the city’s business leaders and as a policy analyst/advisor/writer for the organization's influential CEO. The objective was to advance pro-growth policies and forge public-private partnerships that strengthen New York City’s economy and create jobs. Prior to that, Jessica was a leading advocate for elderly New Yorkers.


    At the New York Academy of Medicine she oversaw the launch of Age-friendly New York City, a public-private initiative designed to make the city a better place in which to grow old. Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg implemented 59 policy improvements based on this work such as lengthening the time allotted for pedestrians to cross street intersections.


    Jessica also served as a policy expert at United Neighborhood Houses of New York, an association of settlement houses and community centers throughout the five boroughs. There, she led the organization's research, advocacy and policy work on issues relating to older adults and their social service needs.


    She also led a successful pilot initiative to increase utilization of geriatric mental health services and authored an influential report that dramatically heightened the city’s response to the high numbers of New York seniors aging alone and “at risk” of becoming socially isolated.