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What role does the average person play in the grand scheme of things and how do our shopping habits contribute to either a just or injust economic and social order? We are actually more powerful than we think, and our everyday shopping patterns contribute greatly to the state of the world around us. In this episode I will discuss what I see as being the practice of Mindful Consumerism, and how we can make a conscious effort to change the world around us for the better. http://www.hermetictemple.com
TUNE IN ON MARCH 7 2015 ON THE MARCH ON SELMA AL THE DREAM AND A HOUSE DIVIDED BASED ON ECONOMIC JUSTICE YOUR HOST KAREEMA ALI-BOWENS A
ENVISION THIS: Economic and social justice activists sensitive to differences in class cultures
Betsy Leondar-Wright is an economic justice activist, sociologist and author, who writes on class and economic inequality. For nine years she was the Communications Director at United for a Fair Economy, and co-authored UFE's new book The Color of Wealth: The Story Behind the U.S. Racial Wealth Divide. She is currently the Project Director and Senior Trainer at Class Action, a non-profit that raises consciousness about class and money, where she edits the blog “Classism Exposed.” Betsy’s latest of twelve books, Missing Class: Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures, was just published in 2014.
Betsy says, "Often the paid organizers in low-income communities come from professional middle-class backgrounds. I worked as a community organizer for many years, and the class dynamics can be tricky..." From an interview she conducted with Dorian Warren, she quotes,"Don't do things for people, but help them speak for themselves." Understanding the perspective, values, and goals of the people you are working with or trying to organize is so crucial that Betsy's current work focuses on helping activists to form cross-class coalitions in movements for social change
Join our discussion on this crucial aspect of creating a more just, equitable, and inclusive future.
Join hosts Alice Lynch and Sumayya Coleman and Research Commentator Shasme Jackson as they speak with Lisalyn Jacobs and Kalyn Risker about Economic Abuse, the barriers that survivors face in seeking safety, and the need for community-based support in helping survivors achieve economic security and violence-free lives.
We attended the Justice, Or Else March, the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March, in Washington, DC.
What does the phrase, "Justice, Or Else" mean?
What should African Americans do to fulfill the "or else" part of the rallying cry?
We'll talk about the march, the people we talked to, the issues we still face, and what we should focus on from this day forward to work toward Justice.
We've got a big pot of strong unapologetic truth for you. Bring your big cup!
CynCity Radio Presents: Cyn's Write A Request- Justice or Else..What now?? Reflections on the MMM
On the 20th anniversary of the 1st Million Man March...we did it again. Marched in solidarity...Gathered in peace...sent a call to action out for Justice or Else. Or Else What? What did we do different/ What did we accomplish? HOw will we move going forward???. Call in Live and share your thoughts.
You have the words, we have the music.
Current Events, Interviews,Conversation and New Music surrounded by requests and dedications sent in my our audience. Send your request to play the song that has the message you want to send to that certain some one: a mother, a brother, a lover, a friend.... to say that I miss you, to say I'm sorry, to say I love you, just to say hello. Choose to be known or stay anonymous, we'll play the songs that speak for you!
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THE NBPP BACK FROM DC- JUSTICE OR ELSE- BOOTS ON THE GROUND REPORTS
Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Monday, Oct., 12th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. 1) Our guest will be Jim Clingman co-founder of One Million Conscious Black Voters and Contributor. 2) Saturday was the “Justice or Else” rally in Washington, D.C. commemorating the 20th Anniversary of The Million Man March. What were you thoughts? Was the Plan or Agenda revealed that you were looking for? What do you think Min. Farrakhan should have said that he didn’t say? 3) Today is “Columbus Day”. We’ll discuss what this holiday means, a shift towards “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” and the fact that the First Americans Were Africans. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com for more info and podcasts.
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Saturday 10.10.15 join Blackistand Radio in a freestyle show. All are invited to call in. Will cover some brief points missed in last weeks show, and talk about the Justice or else keynote address my the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Other than that we will leave it open for callers who want to call in and and questions, drop jewels, promote what they have going on etc.
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Join us as "Lisa" talks about the abuses she suffered at the hands of Cook County Family Court in Illinois. Facing unsupported charges, and an onslaught of mind numbing motions by her ex-spouse, Lisa has continued on in her efforts to reconnect with her son whom she has not been allowed to even speak with. In a court where any court connected agent can levy any charges they please without ever having to provide any evidence to support the charges, and, where the defending parent is not allowed to refute the charges with any provable evidence, the deck is stacked agaisnt her.
Cook County, already infamous for its less than ethical or moral handling of lucrative guardianships of the elderly, enabling the plundering of estates while the elder is neglected and isolated by the court protected predators, is now in the spotlight for its mishandling of family matters including custody.
In light of the continue attack and murder of Black people in this coutry by racist cops, Bernie Sanders released a platform about what he plans to do about racial injustice. We will spend this episode putting racial injustice in context of the present day police brutality and discussing what his platform means for Black communities and communities of color in this country.
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