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Police and about 200 protesters clashed again in Ferguson, Missouri after another tense day in the St. Louis suburb.
Several hundred people congregated on a busy Ferguson street Friday night as protests continued nearly a week after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a police officer.
Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson said some in the crowd began throwing rocks and other objects at police. Police used tear gas to disburse the crowd but no arrests were made.
One officer was hurt, but information on his injuries was not immediately available. No protesters were hurt. Today we open up the discussion. What went wrong. We invire you to join in with this special edition on the Brian The Hammer Show. MUSIC RELIEF- TOGETHER WE STAND TOUR KICKS OFF IN ST.LOUIS This is your invitation to join us. Celebrity Gayl Murphy stopping by talking about a serious cause she is involved in.
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An Original Show Team will discuss the concerns and plight of black youth and young adult as well as talk about the shooting in #Ferguson, the rioting and the leadership and residents role to bring resolution.
I will be talking to someone who not only witnessed the riots in Ferguson, Missouri but also was apart of the Mike Brown protests. Sometimes the news doesn't cover or show us all that we need or wish to see which is why I value personal interviews from people who were actually there to experience it! So many questions from the outside looking in that needs answers. Did the media show things like they actually happened? What was the overall vibe of the people of Ferguson? Did the riots bring about a change? Did the riots cause more harm than good? Was excessive forced used by law enforcement to control the crowds fair? These are just some of the questions I have for my guest. Tune in at 7pm EST. Phone lines will be opened at (347) 855-8637. Don't forget to follow me on Instagram @_beezy__
The death of Ferguson, MO teen Michael "Mike Mike" Brown has become the catalyst for unrest in Ferguson. There has been several days of rioting and protesting in Ferguson following what many are calling the execution style murder of Michael Brown at the hands of a Ferguson police officer. The tech savvy group "Anonymous" has vowed to wage war on the FPD until justice is served for the death of Michael Brown. They vow to expose the personal information of every member of that department if any other members of the Ferguson community are harmed. The group has already managed to hack into FPD website shutting down there emails communications for approximately 24 hours and the personal home web cam of the chief of police.
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We are all partly to blame for what is happening in Ferguson, MO. Each time we stood by and watched a police officer kill an innocent person and we did nothing has played a roll in the frustration of the protestors in Ferguson. Each time we watched a grand jury come back and "no bill" an officer after he/she killed an innocent person and we did nothing has played a roll in the frustration of the protestors of Ferguson. So, today we all have a responsibility to get laws on the books that hold police officers accountable for overkill shots, using excessive force, using harassment techniques on citizens who speak out against police brutality, more transparency in there investigations, independent organizations to oversee police shootings and so much more.
Last week we discussed the topic: "Mike Brown's Murder Catalyst for Unrest in Ferguson, Part I attached in the link to that show. Please join us August 22, 2014 from 8-10pm CST/9-11pm EST as we will bring you part II of this discussion. If you would like to chime in on this topic Friday night call in and let your voice be heard @ (347 850-8390.
Rush Limbaugh made some comments regarding the suicide of Robin Williams and as per usual, he was attacked in the media. We'll look at the comments and judge for ourselves if the criticism was warranted. We'll also weigh in on violence in Ferguson, Mo. We'll take a look at automated cashiers at McDonald's, Gavin has a new conspiracy and more! Plus The Rock may be on his way to the DC Cinematic Universe!
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Ethan and Jimmy are back to talk ab out a hodgepodge of stuff.
Ethan gives his thoughts on Ferguson (Yes, it' still in the news. Sorry)
We both have been watching Naked and Afraid. We'll give our views
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And the end of summer is approaching. We talk about that.?
YOUTH EMPOWERMENT/POLICE INTERACTION
Black Men are being beaten and killed by cops all across the nation. Many of them are young men who are just starting their lives and are already disadvantaged.
Empowering our youth will help them make better decisions when dealing with the police, but also help them to avoid situations where the police have to be involved.
Empowering our youth also means providing them with the tools to interact with police that will decrease the chances of a negative outcome.
Police must be held accountable for their actions, but our youth must also be given tools to help them understand how to interact with police.
This week on "The Bridge" Radio, Special Guest Lloyd Scott will share his experience as an LAPD officer and take us inside proactive interaction with cops and ways to empower our youth.
Scott is a Christian Minister and a 26 year veteran of the Los Angeles Police Department. Fifteen of those years were spent as a Gang Intervention Liaison, developing and implementing the city's gang intervention program. Observing the dangers young men of color face, he now focuses on uplifting and restoring youth through empowerment methods, including directing them to services available to them. He also provides key information on interacting with police, so that youth can navigate their way through police interactions with the goal of more positive and safe exchanges.
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The rash of killings of young black males by police officers has catapulted us into the dire need to discuss race relations in our communities. More specifically, the killing of Michael Brown has been the catalyst for several protests across the world...yes...THE WORLD...and is forcing us to examine all of our thoughts on who we are as a community, regardless of where that community is located. Siding in the Mike Brown case has practically split along the racial lines. Whether there is an indictment in this case or not, one side is not going to be satisfied with the outcome. Can we survive as a world community after Ferguson? Join us to discuss it and DON'T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!!
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