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We all know that law enforcement is put in place to serve and protect their communities but what happens when the community doesn't look at them as protection but rather, the enemy. There has been too many accounts of law officers over stepping their badge with super egos. There are officers known on the streets for being the tough cop but is that image working? Do you feel cops add unnecessary tension to their jobs often times resulting in getting injured or killed? Do you fear the law more than you feel it's protection? What can we do as a society to alleviate this issue? Tune in...
This Saturday, as we wind down to the end of 2014, we on Critical Discourse want to re-examine the impact of the shooting deaths of 2 NYC police officers, and what this means for future relations between the police and the black community, countrywide, but more importantly, what it means for black-on-black intra-relationships.
In the meantime, on December 21st, a Tarpon Springs (Florida) policeman was shot, run over and killed.
A sign of more things to come?
A slogan we've seen of late, Black Lives Matter, suggests that an attitude exists, whereby they do not, thus white and others' do.
At what point does the black community and other "people of good will" recognize that Black Lives Matter?
NWP welcomes Emily Fonda! Emily is cast in the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey movie and spoke this iconic line "Mr. Grey will see you now".
Emily Fonda was born in Sydney, Australia. She earned a Bachelor of Communications from Griffith University in Australia, and intended to pursue a career in Journalism. After a brief stint in London, England, where she performed with the Thieving Dingo Theatre Company, a move to Vancouver, Canada reignited her dreams of a dedicated career as an actress. Since arriving in Hollywood North, she has appeared in television series' "Citizen", "Witches of East End", "Girlfriends Guide to Divorce" and "The Tomorrow People". Emily play's Ann Marie in "Supernatural" Season 10, alongside Jensen Ackles. In 2014, Emily will make her feature film debut in Tim Burton's "Big Eyes", followed by the highly anticipated "Fifty Shades of Grey", as 'Martina'. Catch her in the trailer delivering the infamous line "Mr. Grey will see you now". Emily now resides in Los Angeles. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm4350371/
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FOR YEARS PEOPLE HAVE BEEN SAYING THAT DOGS ARE MANS BEST FRIEND - YOU CANT BEAT THAT!! BUT IN TODAY WORLD, THE CAT HAS TAKEN THAT SPOT!?! WE WILL TOUCH THAT QUESTION AND ALSO TODAYS HEADLINES - ANOTHER KO-KO BITES THE DUST. THE HEADLINES ARE CALLING THAT THE POLICEMAN A HERO. JUST LIKE BEFORE, THE GUY CAME AT THE COP!?! THE POLICE ORDERED HIM TO STOP! WE'LL GO OVER JOAN RIVERS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT MAYBE SHE MENTIONED US IN HER ESTIMATED 150 MILLION. SO, JOIN IN ON THE FUN AT 7 PM, EST TONIGHT, WED. 12/10, WITH THE BOSS OF BLOGTALK RADIO HIMSELF # 1 RADIO WISE GUY, VINNY DE VINGO AND THE PRINCESS AND THE # 1 LADY OF BLOGTALK RADIO. CALL OR JUST TUNE IN EITHER WAY YOU WILL HAVE A FUN TIME. STUDIO PHONES WILL OPEN AT 7:15 PM TILL 8 PM - 646 716 4343
COLLETTE FLANAGAN from Dallas, Texas, lost her only son when he was 25 years old on March 10, 2013. Clinton Allen was unarmed and shot 7 times by a Dallas policeman (once in the back), who has since been on administrative leave from the police force, without a gun or badge. Flanagan is founder of Mothers Against Police Brutality, which lobbies for change in police enforcement practices and accountability measures.
A New York grand jury Wednesday opted not to indict a white policeman in the killing of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man whose last words — “I can’t breathe” — became a rallying cry for protesters who blamed his death on racial profiling and police abuse.
The decision, coming nine days after a Missouri grand jury declined to charge a white officer in the death of Michael Brown, drew swift reactions that reflected the passions that have increasingly surrounded such cases across the country.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other officials, anxious to avoid the violence that erupted in Ferguson after Officer Darren Wilson walked free, urged calm as activists called for demonstrators to converge at Times Square, Rockefeller Center and other landmarks.
De Blasio, whose wife is black, invoked their teenage son, Dante, and said his heart went out to Garner’s family.
“This is a subject that is never far from my family’s minds,” De Blasio said. “I’ve had to talk to Dante for years about the dangers he may face” and the special care he should take in his interactions with police.
President Obama said the case “speaks to the larger issues that we’ve been talking about now for the last week, the last month, the last year and, sadly, for decades, and that is the concern on the part of too many minority communities that law enforcement is not working with them and dealing with them in a fair way.”
“It’s time for us to make more progress than we’ve made,” Obama said. “I’m not interested in talk; I’m interested in action.”
AND MUCH MORE ON THIS CASE SO TUNE IN...
The last two weeks have been unsettling to the psyche of America. It has been devastating to the hearts and minds of Black America.
Atty. Bob McCulloch took his time in Ferguson to create enough doubt in the minds of his grand jury, to not only squash any chance of an indictment, but also decimate the character of Mike Brown in the court of public opinion. Just like the legal team in FL did Trayvon Martin, they used traces of THC, "menacing" pictures and size to place these young me squarely in the box of America's fears.
With Eric Garner things should have been different. Yes, he was 6'5" and 350 lbs, but he was also unarmed, backed against a wall and surrounded by armed policeman. All while several cell phone cameras were rolling. Surely, we would at least see this case go to trial. C'mon, even after Eric Garner was subdued, and gasping for his last breaths, that would warrant Officer Daniel Pantaleo seeing the inside of a courtroom with a defense attorney having the ability to cross examine him. Right?
No not in todays United States of America. Not in an country where a black man with a big microphone like Charles Barkley could see these incidents, as questionable, while people like Bill O'Reilly sees it the way many black people do.
These incidents have many of us in a state of utter disbelief that has surpassed anger. What do we do next? We'll discuss this on this episode. Our guest will be Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder.
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On Wednesday, the Grand Jury in Staten Island, NY, ruled not to indict the NYC policeman, involved in the death of Eric Garner, presumably by a chokehold.
Right after the grand jury decision for Ferguson Officer Wilson, the decision came as a shock, as this scenario wa captured live on film.
As expected, the reaction was swift and scathing, many seeing this as another indication on how black males aer targeted and harassed by law enforcement and legal system.
Comments came from the president of the U.S. and the Mayor of New York, raising concerns of breaches and distrust between the black community and law enforcement.
The comments of Charles Barkley, regarding the riots in Ferguson, should be considered in overviewing black community issues.
Of course, there are those who argue that the results would be different, had Michael Brown or Eric Garner been white.
But the question that we need to tackle, especially black men, what posthumous lessons have Michael Brown and Eric Garner taught us?
Are black men too sensitive or confrontative with police, especially if they’re white?
Can the same be said about white police officers when dealing with black men?
What do we teach or men-children and men, about personal security in general?
Have we become too lax and complacent?
Some say that this is a verification of the War on Black Men – Maybe yes, maybe no, but either way, it’s high time that we NOT CONTINUE TO ASSIST IN WAGING IT
What should have been a happy day on December 3 had a damper on it because the No Indictment in the Eric Garner case was announced! That is my son's birthday and I was looking at him praying to NEVER have to go through what the families of these tragedies are going through. This is the second time in 2 weeks that we have had to hear the words NO Indictment. It was almost too much! I watched the video over and over just to make sure that I did not miss anything and what I saw was a man who was clearly frustrated and tired. That day was just not the day but what happened next still hurts to watch. I say him choked to the ground where the other officers piled on top of him. I saw his head pushed into the concrete all the while saying "I can't breathe". These would be his last words. I feel like I am suffocating as these police related shootings keep happening. Since then Tamir Rice the 12 yr old in Cleveland as has been laid to rest but the cop who shot him wasn't even fit for duty! So you ask yourself why was even a policeman? Today an unarmed African American man in Phoenix was shot to death after a pill bottle was mistaken for I guess a weapon. I just want to be able to exhale! I cannot remeber the last time I did. Tonight I will discuss the times when I felt this feeling over and over!
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Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes October Rage, a fantastic Rock band out of NSW Australia.
October Rage was formed by brothers Nick (vocals, guitar) and William (bass) Roberts in late 2008. Hailing from the Central Coast of NSW, Australia, they quickly gained notoriety by supporting Bon Jovi on their Circle Tour at sold out shows in Sydney.
Now with new additions to the band Kai Chambers (drums) and John McMullen (guitar, keys) October Rage are currently tearing up the USA on their Fallout, Dust and Guns release tour.
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