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Join Us on The Legacy of A Nation/Joshua Generation Network Panel Discussion:
What is your PERSONAL EXPERIENCE with racism in America? How did you handle it?
Are there better ways to handle it when you run into an issue of race? Has President Obama's legacy taught us anything about dealing with racists in our own lives?
We're here to declaw and pull the teeth out of the roaring lion. Maybe we can't kill it, but we can stop the poison that impacts our daily lives once and for all!
Tonight's Panel Discussion Members include:
Cook, Phyllis Banks
Ford, Briana Melissa
Jackson, Terry PhD
King, Joseph "Chinedu"
Nix, Tony V
Hampton Roads Today is a new show that will deal with hard issues, current events and hot topics that impact the Hampton Roads, Virginia community, the nation and the global community.
In upcoming issues through 2013, mass communication students from Norfolk State Univerversity will be bringing you broadcasts on a host of subjects from the legalization of marijuana to the impact of rap music on today's youth. In today's episode, The News Crew team will hold a frank discussion with several political pundits regarding race, politics, political elections and campaigns.
This country job is to remove and destroy families through the use of the criminal justice system. The struggle that has taken place in recent years in Benton Harbor is a case in point, and one holds a number of lessons for the American people. The fight in Benton Harbor is a war over whether Americans will have prosperity and democracy,, or live in poverty under the heel of open corporate rule.
Officer Rafael Ramos sat in the driver's seat. Officer Wenjian Liu was at his side. The two cops weren't at their usual precinct -- normally, the pair was assigned to downtown Brooklyn, but they were working a "critical response" detail in an area with higher crime, police said. That's where they were slain, ambush-style -- Saturday afternoon as they sat in their patrol car, New York Police Commissioner William Bratton said at an evening news conference. The gunman approached the passenger side of the patrol car and took a shooting stance, witnesses told police. He opened fire several times, striking both officers in the head, Bratton said.
They were "shot and killed with no warning, no provocation," Bratton told reporters. "They were quite simply, assassinated." The gunman was found dead in a nearby subway station from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. (above information and story courtesy of CNN)
Join me, James Royster, your Host and the Voice of American White History Month this Sunday, December 21st at 7pm CST when I welcome some special guests to the show - Roxy Scharp and Bill Bohart - managers top ranking members of AWHM. We'll be discussing the facts behind the recent killings of police officers in retaliation for the death of Eric Garner and Mike Brown - what it means to us as a People and as a Nation.
This will be a call-in show, where we welcome your questions and comments. The call-in number is (347) 637-3768 so we welcome your questions and comments during the entire broadcast.
Racism is a touchy subject for many. Let's discuss how much we have really progressed as a nation since the era of the Jim Crow laws and the civil rights movement. With today's headlines we are hearing rumors of police brutality, racial profiling and race wars mounting. How can we come to an understanding? Let's talk it out!
It's back! Racism, more institutional than ever. The job of the people is to shut it down. No one can do everything, but everyone can do something to get racism out of the way of Americans ability to prosper. Political and social racism crawled from under the rocks where it has hid out since the civil rights act was signed. People feared the law and decided to stay within the law. Today the laws known as Black code laws actually are back in force and now the people who opposed Civil Rights Acts are taking one last shot, under the law of course to revisit and conserve the social order. Acts of institutional racism has to be destroyed. Shut it down or destroy the country.
No one can do everything. Everyone can do something. Protesters are giving body mind and soul. Those who can must donate. Donate money, donate signs, donate food vouchers to establishments for protesters, donate vouchers to establishments for chaild care for protesters, pray for protesters, contact politicians and express support for protesters and needs of workingclass. A better America is in the hands of the oppressed. Until the oppressed release themselves of the trainings of the massah, the oppressed will have a difficult steep hill to climb and you will climb it alone. The young people protesting are in the best postion to climb that hill to destroy racism in America. Why? Because they are not one class, one color, one city, one state. They are united and we know, from tried and proved strategies, the people unitied will never be defeated.
This week in Luqman Nation, we've been talking about the obvious topics, but we've also been going deeper into how we got here. We've been examining more of the Respectability Doctrine/Politics, discussing our troubled relationship with law enforcement, talking about the double-standards for White behavior and Black behavior, and a whole host of other topics related to the 800 pound elephant in America's living room - race and justice.
I don't know where we'll end up at the end of our show, but come join us in the discussion.
The Western cultural construct of human rights provides inherent and inalienable rights to all, regardless of culture and tradition . I came to this conclusion because of the fact medical assault exists. How does suppression tie everything together in the states ? Good question . I have some thoughts on the matter - I want to hear yours. Discussion of the #CDCwhistleblower will happen . Why does he (Dr. WIlliam Thompson ) matter so much in our culteral paradigm so much now ? Let us discuss - call in 646 716 7259 . All calls taken - All voices hold value .
Show will be short/concise, yet prolific. I, Hotep Kenyatta, (pseudonym, I keep my legal name out of the media on certain issues.) will speak about the shows/hosts, etc that I've interacted with on blogtalk (this is but a sample of the hosts). I'll also mention how racism, sexism, nationalism, pan africanism, genius and delusion, in my opinion, play into the shows, hosts, etc. Further, I'll mention the role of police brutality, schools, most religions, fiat currency, myths, in society and how they are major factors in determining which humans succeed and which ones fail.
Good News! Prayers Answered. Breaking News! Inquiring minds wants to know. It is a brand new day in American. America's divide is exactly where evil men have never wanted it to be. America is ripe for God's blessings. God's people are doing what is right, and calling on God to keep his promise (2Chronicles 7:14). If America will ever have the necessary opportunities for all the people to reap prosperity we are now divided in a way we can all realize which boat we are in, which side we are on and the benefits we will reap based on the side we are on. The divide in America that you hear politiicians speak of is the divide of the majority race, Whites. When PBO was elected, the divide of the White race became evident for the 1st time to those busy buying up the land. The divide once was Whites vs Blacks. As long as politicians keep that divide, politicians along with CEOs worked on controlling all the land. Now that the divide is Whites vs White, Politicians and CEOs are having to invest too much time on getting back to White vs Blacks. Whites vs Blacks keeps workingclass people mostly poor and in poverty. People power is united like never before. People getting along causes Politicians and CEOs to not be able to complete their mission which is the true divide they seek, Wealthy vs Workingclass.
WELCOME TO URBAN SOCIETY!
URBAN SOCIETY IS AN OPEN PANEL, INTELLECTUAL DEBATE REGARDING CURRENT EVENTS AND ISSUES AFFECTING THE WORLD AND OUR URBAN COMMUNITIES
HOSTED BY JAMES JONES, RUSSELL L. BENFORD (AUTHOR OF "LIES, LIBERTY & THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS), JAMES ACEVEDO, & NEWCOMER COBRA COMMANDER
URBAN SOCIETY EXPLORES DIFFERENT VIEW POINTS ON ISSUES INVOLVING RACISM, POLITICS, SOCIAL ECONOMICS, AND OUR URBAN SOCIETY.
LIVE EVERY SUNDAY AT 10:30PM EST ONLY ON DOLLHOUSE RADIO!
THIS WILL BE THE LAST SHOW OF 2014 AND WILL RESUME JANUARY 4, 2015
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