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Jay-z Beyonce more stories of divorce 1020-1035
Domestic violence are both parties responsible?10.40- 11.05
Racism in Media?Stephen A Smith why he was forced to apologize to white america 11:10-11-20pm
Nicki Minaj double standard? 11.25-11.30pm
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Dr. William Pierce wrote the Turner Diaries in 1978 under the pseudonym of Andrew Macdonald. The main character in the book is Earl Turner. Tonight I will read some of the quotes and short passages from the book and comment on the events described by Earl Turner in his diary.
New York police violently attacking unemployed workers in Tompkins Square Park, 1874.
Police brutality is the wanton use of excessive force, usually physical, but potentially in the form of verbal attacks and psychological intimidation, by a police officer.
Widespread police brutality exists in many countries, even those that prosecute it. It is one of several forms of police misconduct, which include: false arrest; intimidation; racial profiling; political repression; surveillance abuse; sexual abuse; and police corruption. However, as aforementioned, it may involve physical force but never reaching death under police custody.Although illegal, it can be done under the color of law.
They cause pain to church members of African descent, provide cover for repugnant views and make the church an easy target for criticism and satire. The church would benefit itself and its members — and one member in particular, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee — by formally repudiating the priesthood ban and the racist theories that accompanied it.
Mormonism wasn’t always troubled by anti-black racism. In a country deeply stained by slavery and anti-black racism, the church, founded by Joseph Smith in 1830, was noteworthy for its relative racial egalitarianism. Smith episodically opposed slavery and tolerated the priesthood ordination of black men, at least one of whom, Elijah Abel, occupied a position of minor authority.
Do Black males have an added concern of potentially being victimized by those who are charged with their public safety?
The things we will talk about are Education, Black Wall Street, Family, Finance, Spirituality ,Prison Industrial Complex, Domestic Violence, Mental Health & Wellness, Procrastination, Money, Single Parenting,Racial Profiling, Community,The State of the Black Church,Crime, Friendship,Power & Control,Homeschooling,Black Womem & Sisterhood,Reality tv shows,Fear, Marriage & Relationship, Adult Children & Blended Families, Aging Parents & Siblings, Sex, and much more
Listeners are welcome to call into The Might Is Right Network and raise any topic they wish to discuss. Suggested topics are Christ-Insanity, diversity, White genocide, race wars, Black On White violence / crimes, the immigration invasion, The White Man's Bible, lone wolves, leaderless resistance, racialism, and miscegenation.
Hate is as natural as love. It is NATURAL for you to hate that which threatens what or whom you love. Nurture Your Hate.
Invisible Man is a novel by Ralph Ellison, published by Random House in 1952.
It addresses many of the social and intellectual issues facing African-Americans early in the twentieth century, including black nationalism, the relationship between black identity andMarxism, and the reformist racial policies of Booker T. Washington, as well as issues of individuality and personal identity.
Invisible Man won the U.S. National Book Award for Fiction in 1953. In 1998, the Modern Library ranked Invisible Man nineteenth on its list of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century. Time magazine included the novel in its TIME 100 Best English-language Novels from 1923 to 2005.
ENVISION THIS: Economic and social justice activists sensitive to differences in class cultures
Betsy Leondar-Wright is an economic justice activist, sociologist and author, who writes on class and economic inequality. For nine years she was the Communications Director at United for a Fair Economy, and co-authored UFE's new book The Color of Wealth: The Story Behind the U.S. Racial Wealth Divide. She is currently the Project Director and Senior Trainer at Class Action, a non-profit that raises consciousness about class and money, where she edits the blog “Classism Exposed.” Betsy’s latest of twelve books, Missing Class: Strengthening Social Movement Groups by Seeing Class Cultures, was just published in 2014.
Betsy says, "Often the paid organizers in low-income communities come from professional middle-class backgrounds. I worked as a community organizer for many years, and the class dynamics can be tricky..." From an interview she conducted with Dorian Warren, she quotes,"Don't do things for people, but help them speak for themselves." Understanding the perspective, values, and goals of the people you are working with or trying to organize is so crucial that Betsy's current work focuses on helping activists to form cross-class coalitions in movements for social change
Join our discussion on this crucial aspect of creating a more just, equitable, and inclusive future.
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This month, The Clarkie-Connection turns its focus on to several topics that may seem disparate but, actually, are not so dissimilar or unrelated. We'll begin with an historical perspective, taking a brief look at the famed "Niagara Falls Conference" of 1905 and how that led to the formation of the NAACP, before moving on to the adoption of the 14th amendment and how it addressed citizenship rights and equal protection of the laws. This will lead, directly, into a discussion of The Hobby Lobby case - currently in the news and, more specifically, the Supreme Court - and how that is shaping the national debate on religious freedom in America. We'll then pick up where we left off last month in our ongoing discussion of The State of Education in America by looking at the staggering reductions in matriculations of minority students within NYC's three specialized schools. Thirdly, we'll be shining a spotlight on how resiliency through racial/cultural identity, particularly for African-American youth, can positively impact academic achievement and success. Join us for a complex series of topical issues and see how we deftly interweave them over the course of the hour! Don't Miss This One! ~
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