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Ben Shapiro is the editor-in-chief of TruthReveolt.Org and editor-at-large of breitbart.org. He is the host of The Ben Shapiro Show on KTTH 770 in Seattle and the cohost of The Morning Answer on KRLA 870 in Los Angeles. He is also the best-selling author of six books, including his latest book, The People vs. Barack Obama: The Criminal Case Against The Obama Administration.
Jason L. Riley is an editorial board member of the Wall Street Journal, a Fox News contributor, and the husband of writer Naomi Schaeffer Riley. Jason Riley’s latest book is titled Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed.
Progressive Talk Radio
EOTM Radio & Media Network launches a new series of shows dedicated to articulating an agenda that can ultimately empower urban communities …anxiously and masterfully.
Hosts Gerald E. Rose of New Order Human Rights Organization and Carla B. of EOTM Media Group will provide a comprehensive game plan with the hopes of challenging every decision maker to be responsible for fairness and dignity towards others with measurable actions.
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Join the two -- as they use their collective voices to give voice to the voiceless. Embracing the credo that every life counts, that every person…irrespective of station…deserves due process in a criminal justice system that is just, fair and equitable.
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SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--This may be repetitive. Perhaps your reaction to racist crimes, endless heckling, preudicial plots and major schemes in motion for racial genocide have gotten you to points past disgust and fatigue..whatever the situation, one thing is clear. Black America is still in disarray and its still ripe for the picking of a very racist world. No amount of self-appointed blindfolding is going to solve the problem or stop the bulldozing...so we come back to yet another cyclic point---what do we do about it? Storming the mountaintop of a world that will never let you in is not the answer, but how do we take some major plays from the playbook of the Grand Design and play a different game? One that actually BENEFITS US> Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST with your thoughts. Call 347-327-9967.
Dr. William Pierce wrote the Turner Diaries in 1978 under the pseudonym of Andrew Macdonald. The main character in the book, Earl Turner, was born in Los Angeles, educated in Electrical Engineering, and later worked for an electronics firm in Washington, D.C. He maintained a diary during the years of the Great Revolution and he provides an account of the people in his life, his intimate thoughts, his duties, and his achievements during the latter years of the revolution before the end of his life. I will read a few quotes and short passages from the book and comment on some of the events described by Earl Turner in his diary.
Join us as we welcome DarkMatter a queer South Asian performance and literary arts duo. They make noise, perform spoken word, write excessively, facilitate workshops, and flail their arms around. AlokVaid-Menon is a South Asian artivist who has performed & organized with queer movements around the world. Alok is committed to building radical queer movements and bodies that resist white supremacy and imperialism. Janani Balasubramanian is a South Asian literary and performance artist based in Brooklyn. Janani's work deals broadly with empire, desire, microflora, ancestry, apocalypse, and the Future. Darkmatter will join us for a most spirited disscussion on a range of topics from the importance of Art in queer movements to community empowerment to the importance of centering racial justice causes around all queer movements. JOIN US!!
What does the phrase "naked and not ashamed", mean to you? How open or transparent should you be in a relationship? What are some signs of how open you can or cannot be in your relationship?
Mat. 19:6 "So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined , let man not separate."
We are committed to the sanctity and the purpose of marriage. We believe (using Biblical principles) that Marriage works when you work it God's way & He will supply the grace we need as each partner ( both the husband and wife) deligently seek after Him. We have a passion for providing the tools needed for successful relationships which will include live testimonies of others, teachers, counselors & more.
On our broadcast, We will be discussing topics that transcend racial, ethnic or political barriers as we believe the Bible to be the standard of all truth.
This is the show on Blog Talk, that kicked off the whole approach. The Way I See It with Jay King. Although an expert in the music industry, Jay King has valued opinions on many subjects, relationships, racial divide, sports (especially the LAKERS), political views. And here's the main key - Jay does a lot of research. When he finds something he is passionate about - HE SINKS HIS TEETH in the subject. Match wits with him - see if you can equally compete with Jay King. 347-205-9366 (the # for all the shows here on the JKN)
Followed by the real deal. The REAL DELIA. Delia Smith takes time to get into the heart of the world around us. You have your opinion, she has hers. An open mouth to mouth (talk) is welcomed - SUNDAYS
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Host Jacque DelRio talks with Andrea Miller, PDA National Co-Executive Director and Joel Segal, former Legislative Aide to Rep. John Conyers about institutional racism in America, media and communities of color and the Detroit Water Shut Offs and where we go from here.
Walter Plecker - the first registrar of Virginia’s Bureau of Vital Statistics, (1912-1946) who created the Racial Integrity Act of 1924 - aka "Pencil Genocide" having changed race designations on birth records by hand. Our special guest tonight is Dr. Arica Coleman (African American / Native American) Author and College Professor.
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Don Adams & Tre LUV Opens up about Crooked Cops -- Part 2.
*** Disclaimer*** I'M GOING TO KICK YOUR ASS AND GET AWAY WITH IT!!!! --- Call in & Sound Off!! Do you know what PROBALE CAUSE is, REASONABLE SUSPICION is, your rights during a traffic stop, WHAT the Police are NOT supposed to be asking you or better yet why so many Criminal Court cases are ending up with so many Black Men being targeted and locked up! Family KNOWING is POWER. I want to bring to you the facts on the rights many of you don’t know you have. The police, prosecutors and judges take complete advantage of the fact that you don’t know the rules. Coming straight from the mouth of a ex cop, DON't miss this show!!!! Are you tired of the POLICE pulling you over, for no reason? Has anyone ever really looked up the term RACIAL PROFILING?
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Do you really know your rights? What are the Police supposed to not be asking you? What is the best way for you to address the Police during a traffic stop? Hell, do you know what an illegal search is?
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Do you know what circumstances allow the Police to conduct a search of you WITHOUT a warrant? Do you know what the term PROBALE CAUSE is and what supports it in court? Well if you don’t tune in! Get Empowered!
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Today on the 100th Anniversary weekend of the Hon. Marcus Mosiah Garvey's Universal Negro Improvement Organization (UNIA), Professor Kimberly C. Williams shares with audiences a hate crime whe was subjected to and administrations response and punishment. Professor Williams teaches Sociology at a small, southern U.S. college. She has written about and studied race and gender dynamics throughout her career, including her undergraduate and graduate research on race in education. Her current research focuses include analyzing the portrayal of women and people of color in media and the contrapower harassment dynamic prevalent on college campuses. She is beginning a new career in public speaking and writing on feminism and race. She blogs for the Rebel Researchers Collective http://rebelresearchers.com/ 2014/06/08/death-by-a-million-papercuts-are-prestigious-degrees-really-worth-the-trouble/ on her personal blog, Radicalize Me! (http://wp.me/4cdDt) on Facebook at “Blackademia” (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blackademia/1388228314732814) and “Welcome to my Post-Racial Life” (https://www.facebook.com/ welcometomypostraciallife). Brother Aliki Nkrumah (Anthony Murphy) is Second 1st Assistance President General for the UNIA-AFL, Executive Director of Town Watch Integrated Services for the City of Philadelphia Neighborhood Organizations and Town Watch Groups. We close with an interview with Thomas Simpson, Artistic Director of AfroSolo and participants this season:Stephanie Anne Johnson who performs Every Twenty Days: Cancer, Yoga and Me, Lance Burton who performs The Irrelevance of Being Relevant and Kurt Lamont Young will perform If God Wanted Me to Fly He Would Have Give Us Wings to Do So.
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