SORT BY Relevancy
Baltimore Reaction: Cries from the Ashes & A Word from Attorney Sherri Jefferson
As the National Guard troops and the governor's office have descended upon Baltimore following reactions to the possible murder of local resident, Freddie Gray, a 25-year old African American male, this episode will discuss how residents of Baltimore reacted to his death and how their reactions turned into protests, which the media alleged quickly turned into reactions involving fires, theft and physical altercations. However, over 2000 people march upon City Hall without incident of violence.
The real question is whether Baltimore residents represent the meaningful attitudes of most Americans or whether the actions or reactions of Sunday's events represent a small segment of society. Attorney Sherri Jefferson and the African American Juvenile Justice project are reminded of the arrest of 235 people, which includes 34 juveniles as of airing of this episode.
Plan of Action not Reaction!
This episode will discuss the upcoming 10.10.15 Washington DC Rally for Justice. We will disucss the role of women in this event as well as issues that continue to plague our society and adversely affects people based on race, social and economic status. Will you attend this historic event? We will discuss things that you can do from your local communities that will bring change.Copy this link and listen to Tamika D. Mallory https://youtu.be/WwNzPMC3xNg
TAMIKA D. MALLORY
Tamika D. Mallory is a nationally-recognized leader, currently being heralded as a next-generation champion of the Civil Rights movement. A fiery and outspoken champion for social justice, Ms. Mallory has been called the “Sojourner Truth of Our Time” by JET magazine and publicly applauded as “a leader of tomorrow” by Senior Advisor to President Barack Obama, Valerie B. Jarrett. Ms. Mallory is the President of Mallory Consulting, a strategic planning and event management firm based in New York City, as well as the Community Affairs Director at Radio 103.9 FM - a Cumulus station. In 2014, Ms. Mallory was selected to serve on the transition committee of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and served as co-chair of the NYC initiative, Gun Violence Awareness Month. Most recently, in her role as Board Member for The Gathering for Justice, Ms. Mallory has been supporting the efforts of Justice League NYC to reduce racial disparities in policing. She has been featured on CNN, TV One, MSNBC, News One and many other mediums as a leading voice on key social justice issues.
Is the "AfterSchool" App a new Craiglist or BackPage? What is the FBI, ICE, Homeland Security & USAG doing to make sure that this program is properly monitored and does not become a source for Human Trafficking, Sex Trafficking, and Sexual Child Expoliation.
It could be the most innocent app on the market, however, in light of the abuses sustained by children acorss this country, to include allegations of cyberbullying and other threats against children, we need to make sure that this app does not become a funnel for trafficking, abuse and threats against children.
This episode will discuss how America’s obsession with incarcerating its most vulnerable members of society should be of great concern to everyone because research proves that incarceration does not prevent crime or advance public safety. Almost two million women are incarcerated and these women represent the mothers of the future generation of America. It is inexcusable to suffer the most disenfranchised segment of society to the harsh conditions of prison life. A THREAT TO NATIONAL SECURITY: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN -- A WORD FROM ATTORNEY SHERRI JEFFERSON
This epispde will discuss the "Funding Opportunities that thwart efforts of reform for victims of exploitation. Every day in America, thousands of women and children are sold for sex. Law enforcement arrests the children as “juvenile prostitutes” asserting they are not victims but are willing participants. In major cities, African-American girls represent the majority of victims of sexual exploitation. This is not a new phenomenon. Since the new millennium, commercial sexual exploitation of African-American children has grown to become part of a billion dollar industry. Jefferson said, “Over the course of a decade, she has witnessed the role of corporate financial supporters on issues like human trafficking, and juvenile justice and reform; the role of the Black “powers that be,” and the role of the political and nonprofit leaders who work effortless to thwart meaningful advocacy and change.” Jefferson said, “It is unfortunate that some recipients of nonprofit funding are as responsible for advocating against anyone who dares to speak against the status quo.”
Attorney Sherri Jefferson has created an awareness ribbon for domestic minor sex trafficking and child sexual exploitation. Blue, Teal and Lt. Blue combined because individually the colors offer awareness on too many issues. This ribbon is specific to the issue of DMST/CSE
MOTOR CITY: The Odyssey of the War on Drugs, Scales of Injustice and 2 of AMW
And, whereever books are sold.
What happens when four U.S. presidents wage a war on drugs, and Americans become prisoners of war and part of the poverty-to-prison pipeline? What happens when two of America’s Most Wanted are victims of ineffective assistance of counsel?
Attorney Sherri Jefferson answers these questions and more in Motor City: The Odyssey of the War on Drugs, Scales of Injustice and Two of Americas’ Most Wanted. Motor City stirs debate with its brutally honest depiction of the war on drugs in America. Human and personal in its characterizations and attention to detail, Motor City plunges the reader into the decades of the struggles endemic to people of color and the poor. The book journeys the lives of the Motor City Brothers that led to an investigation by the DEA, FBI, CIA, and High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) task forces.
Sherri Jefferson lays the foundation for criminal justice reform and an end to the war on drugs by building upon evidence-based and scholarly research to produce an honest critique of the war on drugs that has created prisoners of war and a prison industrial complex.
K L J N 107.7
Who really were these vigilant young black militant men and women? Community supporters with programs to help neighborhood citizens or armed domestic terrorists that became targets of the FBI? HUEY P. NEWTON, STOKELY CARMICHAEL and ANGELA DAVIS became well known members that will be highlighted and their stories told.
PRODUCED BY: SOUL KITTEN
HOST: Ron E. Jefferson
SPECIAL GUEST: Alexander Hawkins
It Is What It Is by J.Moss
Fight the Power by Public Enemy
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised by
by Gil Scott Heron
This week we will have the fun of chatting with the lively cast of Roy Proctors Play, Chekhov's Revenge. We talk about the play, the accents, the comedy and how to have great timing from different cities. It should be a lot of fun.
Tune in as we set it off with the 3rd installment of the Music Industry Conference Call #TheMICC on #K100Radio hosted by @MUGS_Amillion with confirmed special guest BIG GIPP @gippgoodie of #GoodieMob #MusicLicensing expert Mathew Steele @steelesync and Entertainment Attorney Ross Chaffin
Join us Monday, February 8th as your host, Ali Joseph chats with Author, Entrepreneur, Writer & Playwright C.Clark Jefferson as she discusses her first published work "Love Theories" and her journey as a Author/Entrepreneur. We will find out what it takes to become and Author and the pros & cons of self-publishing and being in business.
Listen online @ blogtalkradio.com/nextphazeradio and chat live with the host and guest on the online chat platform or call in @657.383.1434 & press the "1" button to speak with the host & guest.
Join Host Live Chats
- Passion For Business (0 chatters)