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THE CRIMINALS IN THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
THE LOTUS PLACE WELCOMES RON MARCH FROM THE RON MARCH SHOW IN DETROIT
December 9, 2014..,Tues., 8p C/ 9 p E… Call In/Listen Chat~ 347-67-3074
Tune in for discussion and questions with Ron March as he discusses the SYSTEM.
Can we get justice in this system?
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I think we have gone beyond the question of whether Michael Brown was innocent or guilty. It's too late to control what Darren Wilson did but it is still disturbing that the whole truth will never come out. The grand jury hearing and testimony was behind closed doors. The cops will proect their own even at the 100% probability that they knew the town of Ferguson would act out in retritubion. Racial warfare is the highest price to pay agst. a system that will not correct the main dysfuntion of authority that keeps pervading the lives of young Black men. With the fans of the flame, another misinterpration of justice is a fine example of how far America is from comforting its citizens and bringing matters to light.
With African American males making up more than 50% of the prison population, our schools are headed by white teachers, particularly female. As a young African American male growing up without a positive black male figure at home or in school, they turn to television, rap music and gangs to find their "identity". Once in the gang, they end up in jail or dead. Somewhere in between they have a child and the cycle repeats. In this episode we tackle this issue on education in American and try to offer practical strategies to navigating this.
Hosts Gerald E. Rose of New Order Human Rights Organization and Carla B. of EOTM Media Group will provide a comprehensive game plan with the hopes of challenging every decision maker to be responsible for fairness and dignity towards others with measurable actions.
Join them as they use their collective voices to give voice to the voiceless. Embracing the credo that every life counts, that every person…irrespective of station…deserves due process in a criminal justice system that is just, fair and equitable.
This weeks topic of discussion:
1) Ebola scare
2) 1st quarter grades/suspension numbers
3) voting/the importance of exercising our right to vote
Join us 5:30 CST as we raised the question:
Ferguson Missouri: Is the criminal justice system broken and in need of repair?
Black women represent 30 percent of all females incarcerated under state or federal jurisdiction. In 2011, black women were more than three times as likely as white women to be incarcerated in prison or jail.
During the last 20 years, there has been a profound change in the manner in which women are
treated within the criminal justice system. This has been a result of more expansive law enforcement
efforts, stiffer drug sentencing laws, and post-conviction barriers to reentry that uniquely affect
women. In response, the consideration of a gender-specific approach to studying criminal justice
policy has moved from a mere footnote to a full-fledged reform movement.
Real Talk Live 216 wants to know this evening Does The Justice & Health System Really Work. Does the Justice and Health system operates fairly or not fairly enough? Does the Justice System applies to everyone including the government, the banks, the cops, and even our own politicians or does the justice system picks and choses who it applies laws and punishment to? Should we be judge by our peers or should the justice system and even the the health system be redefined?
When we look over the landscape of America we see over crowded prisons, poverty rate increasing over 54%, plea bargaining being done in and out of the courts but as we look deeper into the justice system we hear the phrase innocent until being proven guilty. Some people have even argued that the justice system worries about costs compared to finding the real truth for a person on trial.
So this evening Real Talk Live 216 is making their studio a court room where our special studio guest Judge Anita Laster Mays from the Cleveland Municipal Court will be our presiding judge. ALL RISE COURT IN NOW IN SESSION!
Join Gerald E. Rose of New Order Human Rights Organization & Carla B. of EOTM Media as they mediate a forum and discuss the existence of social injustices within the black community.
Listen/Call in as the duo open the phone lines & bring to light social injustices happening in your neck in the woods, but most importantly they construct & put into place a game plan dedicated to combating the unequal justice system happening not just in the States, but abroad.
Call in @ 718-664-6543!
Follow Carla on Twitter @EOTMPR & Gerald @NOHRORG
SEE ALSO: Did You Know 1 In 3 Black Males Will Go To Prison In Their Lifetime?
FACTS: Approximately 12%-13% of the American population is African-American, but they make up 40% of the almost 2.1 million male inmates in jail or prison (U.S. Department of Justice, 2009). Census data for 2000 of the number and race of all individuals incarcerated in the United States revealed a wide racial disproportion of the incarcerated population in each state: the proportion of blacks in prison populations exceeded the proportion among state residents in twenty states; the percent of blacks incarcerated was five times greater than the resident population.
In an August 2013, Sentencing Project report on Racial Disparities in the United States Criminal Justice System, submitted to the United Nations, "one of every three black American males born today can expect to go to prison in his lifetime".
Source: Wikipedia & The NAACP
Is there Racism in the Justice system? Is Justice the same for Black and White People?
Or is the real inequality economic injustice?
Will the statistics really answer the question?
To see the racial breakdown of arrest in our country view the link below.
Federal Bureau of Investigation arrest table
How do we over come the racism in our country? With people like Al Sharpton and Jessie Jackson and Malik Shabazz race bating the issue and now the KKK is starting to race bate and get their voice out.
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expecting justice in a unjust system is foolishness
At this point I don't think victims of the system are looking foolish expecting good results for a corrupt system. Lets talk about serious solutions.