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In her book Transformation: Creating an Exceptional Life in the Face of Cancer, author Gale O’Brien reveals how she conquered emotional repression and the fear of dying to emerge with a new attitude toward food, health, fitness, relationships, time management, work and spirituality. Gale O’Brien has a Master of Arts degree in Education from Chapman University. Previously a school teacher, she traded in her 8-to-5 gig for a rewarding career as a writer. Gale is the author of Transformation: Creating an Exceptional Life in the Face of Cancer. She is also the founder and author of The Healing Blog: Creating an Exceptional Life. Gale is an avid reader, writer, artist, gardener, and foodie who is inspired by the people and the art culture of the Southwest.
Guests: Betsy Gonzalez will introduce Maria T Soto Vicepresident of Manos Solidarias. We will discuss repression in Cuba. In the second segment, Fausta Wertz (Fausta's Blog) and Michael Prada will review US-Latin America issues of the week.
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The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness a book by Michelle Alexander a civil rights litigator and legal scholar, published in 2010(The New Press). The book deals with race-related and social, political, and legal phenomena in the United States and attempts to apply the term 'The New Jim Crow' to the situation of African Americans in the contemporary United States. The name derives from the original Jim Crow laws that prevailed in the states of the former Confederacy of the U.S. through the 1960s. This book was on The New York Times Best Seller List ten consecutive months, and philosopherCornel West has called it a "secular bible for a new social movement in early twenty-first-century America." In the book Alexander deals primarily with the issue of the current mass levels of incarceration in the United States (with 5%of the world's population, U.S. incarcerates 25%of the world's prisoners) and what she perceives as societal repression of AfricanAmerican men and, to a lesser degree, Latino men. She discusses the social consequences of various policies for people of color, as well as for the US population as a whole. According to Alexander, the majority of black men in large American cities are "warehoused in prisons," their labor no longer needed in the globalized economy. Alexander maintains that many young black men, once they are labeled as "felons," become trapped in a second-class status that they find difficult to escape. The conventional point of view holds that discrimination has mostly ended with the Civil rights movement reforms of 1960s. Alexander claims the U.S. criminal justice system uses the “War on Drugs” as a primary tool for enforcing traditional, as well as new, modes of discrimination and repression.
Global Peeks looks at US repression, persecution and some lessons in the struggle against it in light of the police onslaught of Black people & the newly released Senate Report on the CIA interrogation of political prisoners at various sites across the world. We would hear Historic lessons & commentary by Political Prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal, Activist Pam Africa & others as well as music of consciousness & revolution.
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WHEN DO WE SAY NO !!!!!!!!!!!! WHERE IS THE OUTRAGE!!!!!!!!!!
“Tesh Ndlovu of Midrand: 27 October 2014: "My duty is to eliminate every white person in South Africa" facebook page: "If you look very well in my profile you'll see that I'm wearing a necklace.. you see this necklace. This was made from the bones of a small white child of six years old. I killed him myself and his sister in front of his parents. We can make beautiful art and traditional crafts using the bones an d remains of white people... If you want to eat a white person, I won't stop you. Or if you just want to have some fun torturing a white person before you killt hem, that is entirely your prerogative... whites doesn't have their own country. They are all over Africa... they've nowhere to run...”
who can you trust?
“South African Police sergeant Hendrik 'Muthi" Mthimunye: "Never Trust the White Man, the only Time you Trust Him is when he is Dead'
5 November 2014: Twelve white colleagues have lodged a formal complaint against sergeant Mthimunye, saying these words are 'unsuitable language to be used a a police member."
Dr. Stanton noted that recent studies of the correlation between corruption and atrocities committed by governments show that the relationship is direct. Once in power, corrupt governments cling to power because of the enormous wealth their officials amass. They then persecute, torture, and murder anyone who challenges their grip on power. That downward spiral has begun in South Africa, just as it did in Zimbabwe. In Zimbabwe it resulted in the Gukurahunde genocide against Joshua Nkomo’s Matabele people and Mugabe’s repression of the MDC.
This special edition of Global Peeks with Brian E. Muhammad speaks with Dhoruba bin Wahad, political Analyst & former Political Prisoner on the implications of America as Empire & the events in Ferguson MO, International struggles and the legacy of Movements.
Brother Dhoruba bin-Wahad is an important voice, thinker & activist in Black liberation struggle and fight for global human rights. He sacrificed 19 years of his life as a U.S. political prisoner for his leadership in the struggle. He is the author of “Still Black, Still Strong” and was a Black Panther Party leader, and co-founder of the Black Liberation Army.
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Global Peeks—Akbar Muhammad-International Rep. of the Nation of Islam discusses why we can't stop & won't stop moving forward. The Grand Jury determined no indictment is in order against Darren Wilson, the killer cop who murdered Michael Brown Jr. in Ferguson, Mo. All over the world people went to the streets in solidarity towards an end to these atrocities on Black life. With the climate of overt repression, hostility & continued killing and violation of Black, Brown & Poor People in America, war against us is clear.
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A Discussion of Libertarian Politics in Delaware and Across the Nation, with a Little Bit of Music Thrown In, Just for Fun.
Republicans Win the Senate. Now (So) What?
Mr Deeds Goes to Court?
King v Burwell
Greenspan Said What?
How It Happens
by Jim's Big Ego
We Go Down Fighting
by The Suicide Denial
Podsafe music courtesy of Music Alley
Delaware Election Results
Requirement for State Exchanges Was a Feature, Not a Bug
Interview With Matt Taibbi and JP Morgan Whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann
Dan Anderson Funds Republican PACs
"WHITE AND BLACK TRUTH OR LIE DECEPTION HUMAN BEHAVIOR FRUTS OF SIN' Vs GOD' S TRUTH : But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.…
Opinion: Rich Lowry, editor of National Review, writes Ferguson isn't a metaphor for police brutality or race repression or anything else.
Opinion love, Love
The Ferguson Fraud By RICH LOWRY November 25, 2014
Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/11/ferguson-fraud-113178.html#ixzz3KA7TQDBB
The bitter irony of the Michael Brown case is that if he had actually put his hands up and said don't shoot, he would almost certainly be alive today. His family would have been spared an unspeakable loss, and Ferguson, Missouri wouldn't have experienced multiple bouts of rioting, including the torching of at least a dozen businesses the night it was announced that Officer Darren Wilson wouldn't be charged with a crime.
Read more: http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2014/11/ferguson-fraud-113178.html#ixzz3KAA2gq53
Congress is elected, passes laws of economic repression (bent on controlling the class systems that exist within race and geographical location), and leaves many in the repetitive cycle of paycheck-to-paycheck living. With the Republicans gaining power in Congress, we are almost guaranteed another war and higher prices. How does one coexist with a system designed to stagnate their very existence? Can a successful melanin-enriched economic base arise from the smog of despair and frustration of what lies ahead?
Enter the concept of Disrespectful Economics...the conscious refusal to invest in black-owned businesses, the pursuit of all things Polo and Michael Kors, the overindulgence of good times and robotic thinking...We sabotage our own efforts of self-sustainability by failing to realize the power of uniting the melanin dollar.
Join Finance powerhouses RoD Jones and returning host Mr. Derrick Jacks of All Trades as we discuss the mental roadblocks that prohibit people of color fom building successful economic bases and ways that small changes in spending can lead to eventual financial freedom.
Tune in 8 pm E/ 7 pm C.