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Join us for an "online" town hall meeting on the subject of police brutality, citizen protocol and enhancing community-police relations. Learn what should be done in order to prevent another Ferguson in your city.
Joining us live in the discussion is esteemed Civil Rights Attorney John Burris-- You may know his work from his landmark case, client and movie; Fruitvale Station and Client Oscar Grant (RIP). He has been counsel in chief on several other high profile, landmark cases such as the Oakland Riders class action. He's represented everyone from Rodney King, Barry Bonds to Tupac. He is also the author of "BLUE vs. BLACK: Let's End the Conflict between Police and Minorities."
Attorney Burris will be joined by famed Civil Rights Attorney, Irv Joyner. Attorney Joyner has been in the trenches and on the front lines of many Civil Rights cases, the Moral Monday Protests, and he is the lead attorney for the North Carolina NAACP. He was also named as "case monitor" in the infamous "Duke Lacrosse" case and countless other cases representing notable clients. Attorney Joyner has also authored several books and is a Law Professor at North Carolina Central School of Law, Durham, NC.
Also confirmed on the show is Police Chief Keith Humphrey of Norman, Oklahoma. He will be on to share how he has played a pivotal role in changing the culture and the conversation between police agencies and the community in his city. He will also discuss ways in which other cities can create a model and/or learn that it is ok to move forward in this way without fear of liability; as a preventative measure and perhaps in creating a paradigm shift in the culture of police and community members.
With the Supreme Court set to debate gay marriage next week, we talk to Tanner Williams, a University of Oklahoma pole vaulter. This June, Tanner and his husband Scott celebrate their first anniversary. Tanner talks about how pole vaulting and his faith in God saved him in his homophobic town. His religion is important to him even as others use Christianity to keep gays down. We explore Tanner's story and the role of religion in the debate over gay rights.
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That's right we are back after a week off. Sorry to anyone who tried to listen last week, we had to cancel last minute. Tune in to hear that story. Another week another Random episode with the RRR crew. Who knows where this convo will go, Bruce Jenner, Hillary, the MSM, Extreme's whereabouts last week, the targets are numerous and Extreme has got his tank full for this completely Random edition of the Random Radio Revolution!............ ....... Viva la Revolution
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This program brings to you our regular PANW reports with dispatches on the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the ongoing United States supported Saudi-GCC war against Yemen, an update on the health crisis of Pennsylvania political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal and the unfolding mass demonstrations in Baltimore demanding justice for the police killing of Freddie Gray. Our first guest will be Lee Patterson of the Baltimore People's Power Assembly discussing the political situation in this city where youth have taken to the streets in civil disobedience and rebellion. In the second hour we will welcome Toronto-based broadcaster and bluesologist Norman Otis Richmond examining the theme 'From Bandung to South-South: 1955-2015', reflecting on six decades since the historic African-Asian Summit and the recently-held commemorative gathering in Indonesia several days ago. The final hour features a broadcast from China Radio International presenting several perspectives on the Indonesian Summit marking the 60th anniversary of Bandung.
Our show is two fold tonight. Rachel Maddow states wtih sketchy pessimism that the US Supreme Court may overthrow the use of lethal injection, Oklahoma has a Plan B. They plan to use another lethal substance to eliminate inmates on death row.
The debate of marriage rights will even become more divisive in 2016 Presidential hopefuls.
Finally, how to find peace in your daily walk with God.
Coping is fairly easy if you don't have 20 mile commutes; if you open your Bible every a.m. and Read Psalms 31 or 91. Keep it peaceful and manage your life.
If Sam Presti does not hire a coach that Kevin Durant is happy with, chances are Durant will leave Oklahoma City as an unrestricted free agent in July, 2016. That is a fact. Kevin Durant likes Kevin Ollie. That is a fact, too. And Kevin Ollie is Presti's No. 1 choice for the job. That fact was first reported by respected colleague Adam Zagoria, and it is 100 percent on the money.
So what to make of Ollie's statement today, tactfully written in the present tense, that he has "no plans" to leave UConn?
Well, put it this way. I have no plans to marry Taylor Swift. But if circumstances led to that being a possibility ...
As for the other two names that are out there, Billy Donovan and Fred Hoiberg, fans of the Thunder should ask themselves this: "Do either of those guys have a strong relationship with Durant?" Because you can be damn sure that Durant is going to have some input on who OKC's next coach will be. That is why my money is on Ollie -- even if it doesn't happen until the middle of the summer. I explain more in this interview on Erik Gee and Kelly Gregg on 107.7 The Franchise in Oklahoma City.
Join host Michael Harris as he interviews artist Wendy Layne. Wendy Layne is a wife and mother of five children and grandmother of four boys. She is experienced with watercolor, acrylic, colored pencil, collage, and sculpting with clay. Wendy has loved art since her childhood. Wendy’s goal is to spend the rest of her life deeply immersed in the art community inspiring other artists and art enthusiast with her work. Her favorite art medium is colored pencils. She loves the detail that she is able to achieve. The majority of her art is realism with a bit of whimsy and she’s been told that most of her art has a Norman Rockwell feel.
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Doctor Prepper hosts Critical Preparedness Radio live talk show on Friday afternoon to help listeners become prepared or get better prepared for the uncertain future.
Co-host Rich Fleetwood, owner of www.SurvivalRing.org, the largest preparedness content site on the Internet, adds more than 20 years of survival experience.
Today’s show will feature an interview with Col. (retired) Richard Earl Broome, a nationally recognized expert on the subjects of preparedness and survival.
Richard entered the Army as a private and retired 27 years later as a full Colonel!
His service included many diverse experiences including: serving in the 9th Infantry Div., working directly for General “Stormin Norman” Schwarzkopf, serving on the Staff/Faculty at West Point, and serving on the White House National Security Council staff and the crisis management leadership teams for 2 presidents.
After military service, he held management positions at the NASDAQ, Computer Sciences Corporation and Booz Allen Hamilton for the next 19 years.
Richard is a prolific writer, having published 2 suspense novels about preparedness and survival, Leaving The Trees and Good Crazy. He has written more than 60 articles and major conference presentations about the many threats facing our society and how we can defend ourselves. His 3 most recent articles are: “The Coming Cyber War,” and “Building a Culture of Preparedness.”
Currently a professor at Montana State, teaching courses about leadership, management, and professionalism.
Zach Van Norman, Amy Hood and Ashley Benson review the latest episode of Once Upon A Time!
Ray Goodwin and Carolyn Yeager bring you the final reading from the night of Nov. 29-30, 1944 between Adolf Hitler, Martin Bormann and unidentified aides, as taken down in shorthand by attorney Heinrich Heim. Following this short reading, we discuss the totality of these Führer monologues that spanned 1941 to 1944.
We deal with all the controversial issues that tend to crop up about these Talks - Hitler's expressed views on Christianity, Russians and Slavs, and Race/Jews. We take a couple of calls. This is our final episode of "Hitler's Table Talk" Study Hour.
The edition of Hitler's Table Talk being used was translated by Norman Cameron and R.H. Stevens, published by Enigma Books, New York, and can be found as a pdf here.