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Right now, this country is in turmoil in Ferguson, Missouri surrounding the death of Michael Brown during an incident of robbery. The United States has always hummed an undercurrent of racial tension, starting with slavery, and some say that the issue has come to a head with riots in the streets and brutal fighting. Others claim that the riots are not racial and surround purely the incident of the robbery itself. Today, we will discuss whether or not the riots are racially driven, wether or not Darren Wilson, the police officer, was in the wrong, and what the country needs to do to address this problem.
THIS WEEK: We continue to discuss the Kingdom of Heaven and will ask What Would Jesus Do in Ferguson. We have heard the media and even christians and pastors depict Mike Brown as a "Thug" and a "Criminal". How would Jesus who was crucified between two theives (thugs i.e. criminals) deal with the situation. What Does the bible say on these matters? How does one who claims to love God, hate his neighbor? How do YOU fufill "loving thy neighbor as thyself and justify a youth being murdered for an allegedly stealing cigars?
Mark 12:31 The second is equally important: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' No other commandment is greater than these
TUNE IN as we break bread and get to the TRUTH.
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the recent Ferguson decision that did not indict the police officer Darren Wilson who shot and killed unarmed teenager Michael Brown. Sacerdotus takes a look at the events, the details and the hearsay and presents different ways at looking at the incident.
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I believe in the brotherhood of man, all men, but I don't believe in brotherhood with anybody who doesn't want brotherhood with me. I believe in treating people right, but I'm not going to waste my time trying to treat somebody right who doesn't know how to return the treatment.
Join us as we talk with people on the Frontline of the struggle in Ferguson Missouri. We will talk with Student Minister Akbar Muhammad and other leaders who have been on the ground in Ferguson and part of this Mass movement seeking justice. Join us Thursday, December 11, 2014, as we continue this conversation to inform, elevate, and unite our people.
You ever been in serious legal trouble? You ever had the full weight of the legal system weighing down on you, threatening your way of life? Truth is most people really don't know what that feels like. I personally know what that feels like. But what I can tell you is, I'm 100% sure that the death of one of my children would pale in comparison. Ferguson, Missouri has become one of the most known cities in the nation, and the world over one fatal event. But make no mistake about it, the second tragedy will make in go down in infamy like Pearl Harbor. The decision to not bring an indictment on officer Darren Wilson in the slaying of unarmed teenager Mike Brown was a complete failure of justice and a reminder of deep seeded systematic racism in America. People all over the country and world are angry, hurt and have feelings of betrayal that won't soon, if not ever, go away over this injustice. As with most tragic events though, lessons can be learned from it. Tonight on #K100RADIO we open up our broadcast as a platform for frank, candid real discussions about Ferguson, the reaction to the injustice, and moving forward on ways to enact change in America. If you would like to be heard join us live on our broadcast from 8-10pmEST. Our switchboard number is (347) 934-0966 We will do our best to let every voice be heard. Listen live Tunein at http://tun.in/se8P4 on our Android app at http://goo.gl/EhxXNB on our iPhone app att http://goo.gl/Z8n6x5 Or visit our website www.chainlessentertainment.com
The grand jury decision in Ferguson was released on Monday night and it was a depressing end to a depressing month for political progressives. MOMocrats Karoli, Cynematic and Donna Schwartz Mills talk about Ferguson and what it says about the continuation of insitutional racism in America. Also: President Obama's executive order on immigration and the health of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (a.k.a., Notorious RBG). Produced by Engender Media Group.
It’s hard to find an uplifting angle on the events in Ferguson. Conservatives have drawn many familiar morals: that the media is ravenous for manufactured controversy, and will shamelessly exploit any tragedy to that end; that the Left will callously seize any opportunity to stoke racial tensions for political gain; that regrettable numbers of people prefer the satisfaction of rioting to the hard work of self-examination and community improvement.
Here is the point, in a nutshell. Minorities and impoverished Americans feel screwed by the system. They feel like pawns in the hands of a massive, incomprehensible, frighteningly invasive, and callously unfeeling bureaucratic system. This, surely, is something conservatives can understand. Middle-class conservatives are angry and frustrated because they feel screwed by “the system.” Guess what? The angry residents of Ferguson (and their sympathizers) feel the same way. We may have more common ground than we realize.
Rachel Lu has a PhD in philosophy from Cornell University and teaches at the University of St Thomas. Her non-academic work can be found in Touchstone Magazine, the Public Discourse and Crisis Magazine.
WE WIL BE TALKING ABOUT THE SPIRIT OF COLIN FERGUSON REVISTED IN FERGUSON MISSOURI,ALSO ERIC GARNER AND WHY IS IT TAKING THE JURY SO LONG.
WE WILL ALSO TALK PROPAGANDA LETS NOT GET CAUGHT IN THE MATRIX.
Trouble is brewing in Ferguson, MO again. To add to the problem, the KKK is also promising to also get involved. This is a recipe for huge problems. We also talk about the truck drivers right to carry a gun and Mike's Law. We get into the Presidents promise to use executive order on amnesty.
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