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Join our guest Cincinnati City Councilwoman and Municipal Representative of the Police-Community Task Force Amy Murray, host Robert Jetter, Jr., panelists Activist Cindy Todd, Constitutional scholar Kelly Mordecai, and Dan Gray former columnist of the Washington Times. Call in and you stay on the show. You can Join our Round Table Discussion. Share the Link to the Live Show and Podcast.
Bards Logic Welcomes Cincinnati City Councilwoman and Municipal Representative of the Police-Community Task Force Amy Murray. We will disuss her role and spreading these ideas across America.
After the events across America including Florida, Missouri, and Ohio, police-community relations are almost stretched to its limits. Ohio Governor John Kasich , possible GOP 2016 Presidential Candidate, calls for a Task Force to address the widening schism between communities of color and law enforcement. In January 2015, Gov. Kasich asked Amy to be a part of his Task Force.
Amy is joined on the Task Force by 17 others including: former Ohio Supreme Court justice Eva Stratton, Dr. Ronnie Dunn Cleveland State University associate professor, member of the NAACP Criminal Justice Committee, Rev. George Murry Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown, and Chief Michael J. Navarre, member of the Ohio Association of Chiefs of Police.
Amy Murray has an extensive history of political involvement and a passion for diving into the issues when it comes to making her city a better place to live and work. As past President of her Neighborhood Council, she worked closely with residents, business and the city to bring about positive change. As member of city council Amy has been committed to more robust job creation and making a more “business-friendly” city. Fiscal responsibility, holding our leaders accountable and keeping our neighborhoods safe are her key focus areas.
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The Keystone Pipeline, immigration, Obamacare, raising minimum wages. These are a few of the things Obama has decided he can do without congressional approval. There is a Texas judge who understands the reason there are three separate branches. There is this little thing called separation of powers that makes sure one branch does not get too powerful. Obama has made it clear that if anything comes across his desk he does not like he has the power to veto it and anything he wants to do he plans to do it with the full power of the Executive office. We also have Jessie Jackson making claims that the Jackie Robinson West was stripped of their championship because of racism. Since when is cheating considered racism and Al Sharpton is planning to protest the Oscars because of lack of diversity. I don't see him making sure there is diversity when there is the NAACP Image Awards. Aren't we sick and tired of these two yet??? The enrollment period has "ended" for people to get their healthcare for this year. How is this going over with the people who it is designed to help? We will talk about these issues tomorrow at 2p
President and Founder of Project We Hope Dream and Believe, a youth mentoring and youth education non profit organization that helps with the rebuilding of troubled youth and none troubled youth so they can become productive and confident individuals in a global society
President NAACP- June 2006 – December 2012 (6 years 7 months) As President of the NAACP it was my duty and my charge to represent people of all races in 18 cities of Wayne County for social, educational and injustice.
Darrell Gardner's Horsemanship was founded upon four principles:
Showing Your Horse Love
By expressing love to your horse it helps to build a good relationship and strong bond. This will lead to a better response from your horse.
If you don't have respect on the ground, you won't have it on the saddle. Respect is an essential part of horsemanship and it begins with good ground manners
Obedience comes with consistent training. This teaches your horse what you expect and how to quickly respond to the cues given.
Loyalty between the horse and trainer
It all begins with gaining trust. Your initial approach is extremely important. It takes patience and time to get your horse to gain faith in you.
Tune into this week on The Man UP Talk Show as the brotherhood panel have an open discussion on "They are watching our history and footprints". The discussion will go strong on the black history and our footprints that we as blackmen leave to impact our various communities. Join Naz, Daryl, Eddie and Tom along with special guest from the N.A.A.C.P (Oranges & Maplewood New Jersey Chapter).
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forbearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. William E. Gary is current President, Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Cultural Complex, Inc. Board of Directors and former Co-Chair, Moore Heritage Festival of the Arts and Humanities. He is presently serving his third tenure as president of the North Brevard County Branch NAACP; Dinizulu Gene Tennie is co-director of the slaveship replica project. He will give the keynote at The Harry T. & Harriette V. Moore Program, 2 p.m., Sat., Feb. 21, 2015, 2180 Freedom Avenue, Mims, Florida.
2. We are joined once again by choreographers who will present week 2, Feb. 28-Mar. 1, at Black Choreographers Festival: Here & Now: Veterans Reginald Ray Savage, Raissa Simpson, Gregory Dawson and first time choreographer, Maurya Kerr.
3. The 9th Annual Be Still Retreat . . . 2.0, is Sat., February 28, 10-4 p.m. at Mills College in Oakland, CA. 510-834-5990. Our guests are: Event planner, Sharon Green-Holder; presenter, Jamila Makini, plus Mutima Imani, special guest speaker and workshop presenter.
4. Andrew I. Wilson, visual artist, whose work is currently at Joyce Gordon Gallery in Oakland through Feb. 28. http://www.aiwart.com
Join us as we delve into the African American experience on historically black college campuses and traditional universities. We’ll discuss recent news coverage of disproportionate funding levels between Delaware’s sole HBCU and Delaware’s other two publicly funded institutions. We'll also discuss recent coverage of the Delaware NAACP request that the University of Delaware do more to promote diversity among its student body and faculty.
Show Discussion Article Links:
1. Race and the Curious State Case of Delaware State (University)
2. NAACP, State Lawmakers: UD is Lacking Diversity
3. Report Reveals 10 States Have Withheld Over $50 Million in HBCU Funding
The Ron and Don Show is in the business of bringing our listeners nothing but the truth. We do not read from pre-written questions provided to us by elected officials.
Recently, Council on Black Minnesotans board chairman and community stakeholder Patwin Lawrence was interviewed on a local radio station. The host of the program, who we attest had marching orders from the bottom of the barrel insisted on an attempt to belittle the COBM chair and imply the council, “wasn’t doing nuttin.” Now the tables are turned.
On Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 8:30 p.m. the Ron and Don Show is welcomed to have two very special guest from the Council on Black Minnesotans to set the record straight about how the COBM has changed and what the council is working on for the people of Minnesota. Join COBM executive director Edward McDonald and board chairman Patwin Lawrence as we take a real look at the Minnesota State Legislature, the process of a bill and why it is important we all work together in 2015.
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Ms. Computer Lady is taking live remotes to another realm. Join her as she brings to you LIVE The Northwest District GLADettes & The Johnson Family's Annual Black History Extravaganza & Soul Food Buffet. This is a first for this organization to have a live remote of their events, and Ms. Computer Lady is honored to have the privilege of having the opportunity.
The theme for the event is "WHEN I PRAY," honoring the girls who are participating in the program who are in the range of ages 5 to 17 years of age. This annual event gives the girls the opportunity to introduce themselves by expressing their talents and entertainment for everyone to enjoy.
Enjoy additionally interviews with participants from the event including newly appointed Mayor Paula Hicks-Hudson, Ohio Senator Edna Brown, the advisors from the Northwest District GLADettes, supporters of the event as far as their views on computers and technology, and what they feel the future is regarding computers and technology.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) held an annual convention at the end of July, 2011. They addressed a number of issues that face African-Americans, in particular, the vicious cycle of crime and unemployment that plagues black men and youths. They cite the loss of manufacturing jobs, shrinking government jobs and the recession as major contributors, but the primary factor cited was the low level of education or rather, the lack thereof. Is pushing for higher standards in urban schools where the majority of the students are minorities really the key to breaking the vicious cycle of violence and prison? Will pushing our youth to strive for educational excellence keep them from becoming fodder for the criminal justice system or should we be looking beneath the surface of inferior education? Join us as we search the scriptures for answers to these questions and more.
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Joining Host Kelly Scanlon on Smart Companies KC this week, the President and founder, Lisa A. Stehno-Bittel and Vice President and founder Karthik Ramachandran, Ph.D of Likarda, LLC,
Eentrepreneurs disguised as scientists at the University of Kansas, launched Likarda as an exciting biotech company bringing to market disruptive technologies that improve healthcare outcomes and lower costs for pets and people alike. As the leading regenerative medicine company for companion animals, Likarda has discovered — and is commercializing — a new dimension for managing diabetes in dogs and cats. Likarda LLC is one of the 25 Under 25® Class of 2015 honorees in Kansas City.
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