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If it happened once, it will happen again. Another black man is shoot by Minneapolis police; but there is a bigger story coming out of Minneapolis that the team of Ron and Don will break on the air tonight. Tune in at 8:30 to the Ron and Don Show. The phonelines will be open.
At the top of the program, we will have an exlusive interview with organizers of the Hamline (University) Care Stars & Stripes 5k Run, which will be held April 26.
"He joined the National Socialist Party of America, a Nazi group that killed members of the Communist Workers Party in North Carolina. Miller and his family began getting death threats, prompting his wife to take their children and leave him."
Sometimes the mainstream media misses valuable information in the backgrounds and history of a deranged killer. On Wednesday, the team of Ron and Don will inform our listeners on where this nut has been training the way the former government informant went off the deep end. Trust us, this will shake the very foundation you’re standing on.
In other news, we discuss the Minneapolis Urban Leagues educational troubles and hopefully by show time we get the information from the Minneapolis Public Schools on the proposed $50,000 contract with local community leaders who have shown distain for the minority ethnic communities of Minneapolis.
The phone lines will be open.
Two weeks ago, the Ron and Don Show was very happy to do a short interview with Minnesota state auditor Rebecca Otto. Since then, that program in on-demand has been listened to more than 200 times. Tonight we present the breaking interview and update listeners on what's really going on with Gov. Mark Dayton and the Republcians.
1. How not to respond to an application for a fellowship
2. The black community going downhill
3. Where are the summer jobs for youth?
4. Why does the Minnesota Council on Nonprofits exclude black women?
...and much more. The phone lines will be open immediatley after the we play the interview.
Take your medication and make sure refills are available at your local drug store. Summit Academy OIC’s Louis King, a decorated Army veteran, advocate for education in the black community and businessman will be our special guest on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 8:30 p.m.
By The Ron and Don Show
On last weeks program, hosts Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen tore open a hornets nest on the $26 million dollar proposal submitted to governor Mark Dayton last month. There are many questions about who will actually get money on behalf of Minnesota’s black community and why there are no job descriptions, outcomes or meaningful dialog with local community members about the proposal. Mr. Louis King will join us at the top of our program (8:30 p.m.) to answer questions within his fold.
This show will also cover:
A local preacher has contacted IBNN NEWS to threaten the editor-in-chief with bodily harm. Although this preacher does not know there are forces beyond his comprehension watching his moves and monitoring all conversations.
What’s happening with the Minneapolis NAACP? No notices sent out to members will spell disaster for any election.
#pointergate: A waste of time and a distraction from the real business of the black community.
The Minnesota African American Museum and the pending lawsuit – what happened to the money?
Ferguson, Missouri – how many black folks must die before we will overcome? The latest updates live from our sources in that city.
University Campuses: Black men need assistance. The campus atmosphere has rejected black-male masculinity in favor of protecting rights for sexual orientation.
Join us on Wednesday for a real look on what’s happening in the black community locally and nationally.
By The Ron and Don Show
The City Pages wrote, “If Rich Stanek wins a third term as Hennepin County Sheriff, he'll do so without the support of his deputies. In July, the Hennepin County Sheriff's Deputies Association announced it's overwhelmingly supporting the candidacy of Minneapolis Police Assistant Chief Eddie Frizell, who is running to take Stanek's job.”
Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen as our special guest is Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek. In an unscientific poll conducted by the Independent Business News Network in August 2014 showed Sheriff Stanek leading Frizell in double-digits. We start the show with Sheriff Stanek who is happy to tell us about what it takes to be a leader in Hennepin County.
We also cover the Community Standards Initiative (CSI) and hope someone in that organization can find a phone number, report or mission to let us know what really happened between the school board, Director Rebecca Gagnon, Al Flowers and Clarence Hightower. Sources tell IBNN NEWS that CSI was expecting a check on this past Monday for $49,000.00 – but did not get it. (Watch R.T. Rybak closely.)
Also in the room will be the absurd discussion about a handful of community “freelancers” putting together a budget of $10 million dollars (mostly salaries) to present to the governor for more community pimping. The two African American state senators put the STOP on that!
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