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The Justice Department on Wednesday called on Ferguson, Mo., to overhaul its criminal justice system, declaring that the city had engaged in so many constitutional violations that they could be corrected only by abandoning its entire approach to policing, retraining its employees and establishing new oversight. The report described a city that used its police and courts as moneymaking ventures, a place where officers stopped and handcuffed people without probable cause, hurled racial slurs, used stun guns without provocation, and treated anyone as suspicious merely for questioning police tactics.
“Seen in this context — amid a highly toxic environment, defined by mistrust and resentment, stoked by years of bad feelings, and spurred by illegal and misguided practices — it is not difficult to imagine how a single tragic incident set off the city of Ferguson like a powder keg,” AG Holder NYT
Mike McCoy and Deanna Reeder discuss the latest civic affairs in the City of Moreno Valley. Guest David Marquez will help recap the 3/3/2015 Study Session and give his input into cleaning up the city. The City's proposal to loan money for fence repairs and how to fund installing median landscaping. Why are the companies that have donation containers failing to register them with the city? Maybe the $800.+ cost? Why do residents discard mattresses and other large items when the city contracts Waste Management to pick them up for free? Are these mattresses coming from other cities or are our residents unaware that with a call they get picked up for free? What can we do to fix this?
March 3, 2015
The Atlantic Axis is a radio show promoting the efforts of British Nationalists and featuring related Nationalist news stories coming out of the United Kingdom and the Anglosphere in general.
This week: "Loose Ends"
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Trahern Crews is in it to win it. The Green Party candidate had no issue sealing the endorsement of his peers to run for a city council that is void cultural competent leadership.
Join the team of Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen has handle current events and talk about a conference where a local pastor went crazy.
There is a lot to talk about on Wednesday night. The phone lines will be open.
CBR Radio Presents
CBR Radio special series 'Women Making a Difference “Interview with Sherry Jason and Jane Donaldson of City Hearts Kids Say Yes to the Arts
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
“Women Making a Difference “Highlighting women who are making a difference in the lives of others in their own unique ways. Strong, intelligent, caring women be it famous women or non-famous women each one has gone beyond their own daily lives to make lives better for others be it one person or many people they pave the way for women around the world to do the same in their work places and own communities.
Special interview with City Hearts Kids Say Yes to the Arts Co -Founder Sherry Jason and Executive Director Jane Donaldson
City Hearts is to provide the highest quality Arts education and experiences to the most-at-risk children in the most economically stressed neighborhoods of southern California thereby enhancing self-esteem, creativity, literacy, social and academic skills while strengthening the health and vitality of the children and their community. City Hearts inspires a love of the Arts, an appreciation of creative discipline and respect for the creative process, enabling children and youth to be confident, imaginative, tolerant, generous and cooperative, as well as caring contributing participants in the global community.
Dionne Finklea presently known as (Virtuous) was born in the state of Pennsylvania and city of Philadelphia on August 30, 1976. At the age of three Dionne attended settlement music school. She took lessons in violin, the flut and piano. After 2 years of settlement music school, she then graduated and attended the Philadelphia public school system. Dionne became interested in performing arts. She played several rolls in the school plays. Music class where her favorite. As her years advanced in George Washington Nebinger school, she made monologues and wrote poems for her class Friday's curriculum class talents.
At the age of 13 Dionne's life took a turn. Her focus in entertainment last for a short while thereafter. She always knew that it was still in her because she would mimic movie scripts. Dionne would also write poems spontaneously. During her high school years, people would just love her bubbly spirit. Most people would call her a comedian because she always told a joke, or what she would say would be just plain funny. She enjoyed making people laugh.
At the age of 26 Dionne turned her life over to the Lord, where she begin a personal relationship with God.
In her mid 30's entertainment became a rekindled fire in her life. She begin promoting productions for other actors and actresses. Dionne has performed in her former church's Easter play. In November/2014 she played the role as a police officer in the movie Jenna Remembers. Dionne is pursing a career as a actress, model and writer, along with furthering her education in nursing.
Rebroadcast from October 2012.
Suzanne Wasserman, director of the Gotham Center for New York City History, joins Jane to talk about New York City during the Great Depression of the 1930s. How did the Great Depression affect your NYC ancestors? What has the 1940 U.S. Census told us about their lives? Suzanne is an historian and award-winning filmaker. She has a Ph.D. in American history from New York University.
Find the Gotham Center at www.GothamCenter.org.
Depression Era photographs by Rebecca Lepkoff.
Our two hour MLB Season Preview Podcast! Ari in Philadelphia and Gerry in Piscataway join Dave to break down the best of the American and National Leagues. In this podcast, we'll cover some of the changes in MLB this year such as new commissioner Rob Manfred, the proposed pace of play rules, life without Derek Jeter in baseball, and the many big pitchers coming off Tommy John surgery including Matt Harvey and Jose Fernandez. Who are the contenders to win the World Series? Will the Dodgers overcome their foibles vs the Cardinals and take the crown, or will arguably the Majors' most talented roster in the Nationals win it all? What's to come for the San Francisco Giants having lost Pablo Sandoval and others? Can the Orioles have another big year despite losing Nelson Cruz to free agency? Will the Angels have a big year despite some questionable pitching and personal issues for Josh Hamilton? Ari, Gerry, and Dave offer the answers along with predictions for the West, East, and Central divisions in the NL and AL. Hour 1 we'll cover the AL teams and Hour 2, we switch to the NL. Join us for a most comprehensive preview of our national pastime
Their is so much to say about the name of Jesus! the faith in the name of Jesus and power of His name. Glory be to God for the sake of His awesome gift. How we can gain joy and see victory daily in our lives and walk in the new man that Jesus created for us and literally do what Jesus did and greater. Are you looking for a one on one relationship where the evidence of that relationship is the working of the HOLY Spirit and true miracles like healing of every sickness and disease take place when you step out in faith and do as Jesus does?
Then please tune in and listen to what I was given from Jesus, the word of God and to Him be the GLORY! God is moving and we can be a part of it and take part in revival and see people get saved, get well and awesome miracles.