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Mothers Against Youth Genocide founder Ishtyme Robinson will be interviews regarding the loss of two of her children from police brutality and other violence and how it painfully taught her the essential importance of community activism in stopping genocide of black and brown lives.
We at Mothers Against Youth Genocide and converse with the larger community about police brutality and other forms of violence and genocide aimed at destroying and ending the lives of young people of color. We will share stories and discuss strategies of how to educate and iradicate this genocide by unitying in our common fight for justice.
This show will give a grandmother's prospective on the lost of children and grandchildren. We will discussion the mourning process and the fight for justice as the extended family reaches out to the larger community to put an end to youth genocide and violence aimed at minorities.
The purpose of founding of the Jasun and Ahjah Santuary House and Restoration Ministries. Why this foundations are so vital for healing our community.
Mothers Against Youth Genocide will continue ouer reflections of all that transpired on 2015 with regard to police violence against minority youth, genocide and the failure of our justice system, along with the growth in consciousness of the movement. What should to commmunity's response to genocide be?
Mothers Against Youth Genocide will continue to engage members of our local commmunication of finding effective tools on how to dismantle genocide of black and brown lives. The importance of placing value on every case and every life matters.
This episode is for family of young minorities who have been killed by police to organize and share resources to get justice in the legal system and publicize their cases. We will create networks for family members, especially mothers who are of limited means to work with the media and find proper legal counsel
Join Fire & Grace Church LIVE @11:00 AM CST as we look at the harsh words of atheists and apostates who accuse God of genocide and immoral acts while they take the Bible out of context. To understand the acts of God and His character, we must al least take the Bible in context and consider ALL the supernatural claims. We cannot take part of the story and ignore other parts that explain the whys. Did God commit genocide or was He eliminating a genetic evil from the earth that would destroy mankind completely? The Bible answers these questions and as Christians we are required to take ALL of the Bible as God's truth! And the bottom line is that God, the Author of Life is also the final Judge of His creation whether we like it or not. To listen by phone call 347-884-8566
2015 IN REFLECTION
2015 was an eventful year in many respects. Many issues reverberated through the world. However, when historians look back on this past year, especially in the United States, there will be one inescapable conclusion; 2015 when the year the issues of police brutality and racism finally reached the American consciousness. For those who have fallen victim to this painful scourge, this phenomenon is hardly new. For the many years, such incidents of young African American and Hispanic Americans have fallen victim to such harsh, sometimes fatal violence. Still, so many of these stories were buried from public view.
As a festering storm, hidden beneath the surface, many young men and women, mostly of dark complexion were being maimed and killed at the hands of those who are commissioned to protect everybody. But these stories rarely made headlines, so our culture just looked on, unaware of some the most basic, stark realities facing young people with dark skin. So many of us honestly thought racism was a thing of the past, after all, is not the leader of many major corporations and for that matter the nation itself of dark skin? Despite all the progress, the reality persists, all throughout the country, an encounter with a law enforcement official is a fundamentally different experience for a Causation American than an African American for just that very reason. Thanks largely to technological revolution, this fact suddenly hit the American consciousness like (analogy).
It started with Sandra Bland, then
(Police violence 2015 timeline)
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Rahiem Shabazz is the owner of the Rasha Entertainment Inc., and is an award-winning journalist and filmmaking. The gifted writer’s byline has been spotted on the pages of The Source, XXL Magazine, Vibe Magazine Rolling Out, Urban Enterprise Magazine and AllHipHop.com, to name a few. Shabazz has appeared on BET, Starz In Black and MTV News. He has interviewed an array of celebrities and executives including media maven Tyler Perry, hip hop legend 50 Cent and entertainment icon Magic Johnson.
As a documentary filmmaker, Rahiem Shabazz executive produced the “Elementary Genocide”, documentary series, which exposes the socially engineered mechanism created by our government and utilizing the public school system to label elementary aged African American males as work for hire targets within the US penal system. Elementary Genocide confirms this theory and seeks to educate parents, teachers and families, so that we can reclaim our young men and ensure the future of our community.
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