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Tonight on "The Bee Moe $lim Experience" on Lawless Radio After Dark, we will be discussing race relations in America. How do we go about improving race relations among Americans, specifically White and Black people, in the wake of all of the recent news? Call us at 347-237-4990 and let's discuss it! Follow us on Twitter at @TheBMSExp, @LawlessENT, @LawlessAdults, @BeeMoeSlim and @mzelite1973!
FBI Director Comey, speaking at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., noted that most police calls for service come from poor, minority communities.The country is "at a crossroads" on matters of race relations and law enforcement.But black or white, he said, “criminal suspects routinely lie about their guilt, and the people we charge are overwhelmingly guilty. ... That makes it easy for folks in law enforcement to assume that everybody is lying and that no suspect, regardless of their race, could be innocent.”
“Black lives matter, Hispanic lives matter,” the crowd called, adding the phrase that became synonymous with protests in Ferguson: “Hands up, don’t shoot.”The rally was led by members of the Zambrano-Montes family, who chanted “El pueblo unido jamás sera vencido” (“The people united will never be defeated”).“The government of Mexico deeply condemns incidents in which force is used in a disproportionate manner, even more so when that use of force leads to loss of life,” the ministry said in a statement.“These unfortunate events cause damage to the community and erode trust in the authorities.”
Witness Ben Patrick told the Tri-City Herald that police fired at the man as his back was turned.'I really thought they were just going walk up and tackle or Taser him,' he said. 'But they opened fire. His back was turned.'
Join Dr Culbreth and Mrs. A'mera Frieman for a discussion on Colorism, Solidarity and Race Relations: Embracing Diversity in the Millennium
Stereotypes, Prejudice and Racism
Social & Identity Issues
The Diversity Gap
Unity and Solidarity in the Millennium
The Grand Jury has deliberated, the decision has been made, yet people still cry for justice. So we ask ourselves what is justice? Is it the political indictment of a man or the lynching of an innocent? The events that followed the announcement of the Grand Jury were filled with tear gas, gun fire, burning and looting; so someone please tell me how destroying the livelihood of your community brings justice.
We mourn the loss of a child, a parent, a community a police department and even an officer, must live with the events that fomented these events but at what point do we look at the root causes of the matter and change them? Is it the income disparity, the broken families, the lack of education or simply the color of ones skin that matters; or all of these? I for one would like to know, I would also like to know where we go next.
Join me for a no holds barred review of the events and people that make our world the place it is. Have you been holding it in? Wouldn't you like to put things in place?
Politically Incorrect with Warren Markowitz, Its My World You Just Live In It.
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Ever since Obama declared that Trayvon could have been him years ago, the nation has turned it's attention to the black community. Bill O'Reily said that the president and blacks should stop blaming oppression for the down falls of the black community. Some activists, including Tavis Smiley responded to O'Reily's comments and now we have a great debate. But what we really need are some solutions. Call in this Tuesday at 8pm to comment on the HOT TOPIC ~ "RACE RELATIONS AND THE AMERICAN GOVERNMENT" Call 760.283.4647 to comment or click www.eblockradio.com to see us LIVE on uStream!! DON'T FORGET TO FOLLOW THE CREW ON TWITTER @HoodHowardStern and @RealMonkMoney
Did you miss my classic special on “Race Relations in America” on “The Dedan Tolbert Show”, where we discussed many of the REAL issues plaguing the black community like: gang violence, the public school system, the breakdown of the black family, parents not caring that their child can only read and speak at 5th grade level, 13 year old girls twerking, having sex and ultimately getting pregnant, 10 year old drug dealers/killers, and MANY other issues we as a community need to stop ignoring? To hear us discuss Lee Daniels hit movie “The Butler”, how far we’ve come as a people, as well as what Dr. King would think about our so called “black leaders” of today, tune into a special rebroadcast tonight at 9:00pm EST by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “Real Radio that Matters”.
Tonight, we are touching upon a very hot-button topic right now in sports. Race Relations!
At Before You Go Pro, we believe the only way for us to grow as a society, is by having conversations about things. Even the tough topics. Well, tonight we have gathered a panel of former division 1A football players to talk about their experiences in college, surrounding race, and also their opinions on how race relations currently are in football.
We are all familiar with the recent David Sterling, NBA case. But are things different in football?
Join the discussion tonight, in the BYGP Locker Room!
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!!!
Anastasia and Jack launch their 2015 program series with a discussion on the unfolding story behind the scenes of a local Coffee House Conversations On Race Relations project.The project, which is intended to be the first step of a possible county-wide effort, is being organized by New Horizons Support Network, sponsors of the Possible Society In Motion Radio Show.
As Anastasia recounts, the Dark and the Light sides of community participants are already surfacing in these early stages as personalities and personal agendas present themselves in the planning for the project.
Anastasia shares some of the challenges she has been experiencing as lead coordinator of the project. And how lessons she has learned in co-hosting the Possible Society In Motion Radio Show are now serving to assist her in surmounting obstacles as they are arising.
Again, listeners are invited to take this topic to a deeper, more personal level with Anastasia and Jack in their call-in conference discussion at: 712.432.0600, access code 640883 (also recorded), following the broadcast portion of the show.
Real Life w/Real Talk invites you to join us for Season 4! With hosts D. Smith, Yarima Karama, Ms. Freak and Real Talk Tiff, get ready to go deeper than we've EVER gone before! Brace yourselves for Real Conversations with Real People! RLwRT is ALWAYS Real Talk!!!
Tonight's topic is: Race Relations: Have we reached MLK's "promised land" or have we been Willie Lynch'd?
Many say that race issues in the U.S. are no longer a concern, but is that really true? Let's talk about it!!!
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