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  • Assignment America - Racial Divide

    in Current Events

    Betty can no longer be silent over Ferguson, these racially motivated protests, and senseless loss of two NYPD Cops, she's mad as hell and not afraid to say things, others are afraid to say. Assignment tells the stories of America, from history, military, politics, social and economic, to entertainment - the things you never thought about to the trivia you never knew.

     

  • 00:30

    Racism In Post Racial America

    in Entertainment

    Does it seem like racism in America has increased since the election of Barak Obama as President of the United States in 2008? Well, it certainly seems so. What is it like to be Black in today's "post- racial" America? We'll be discussing that and more today, along with some awesome political poetry pieces on Eddie Caine Radio.

  • Baltimore Riots, Freddie Gray, and Racial Profiling in America

    in Legal

    Commentary and discussion on Baltimore and racial profiling by police.

  • 01:12

    "Help4Men Radio Special" Racial Profiling Against Black Men in America

    in US Government

    Every African-American male in this country who drives a vehicle, or has traveled by bus or plane, either knowingly or unknowingly has been the victim of racial profiling by law enforcement officials. Indeed, African-American males are disproportionately targeted, stopped, and searched by law enforcement officials based on race and gender. Those responsible for enforcement of public laws view African-American males as criminals. Unfortunately, the American justice system has condoned, supported, and in some instances encouraged such actions by law enforcement officials to stop, arrest, prosecute, and incarcerate African-American males. On the basis of race and gender, governmental officials have devised a profile of the typical criminal: black and male.


    The term driving while black has been used to describe the practice of law enforcement officials to stop African-American drivers without probable cause. The practice particularly targets African-American males. African-American males are not only singled out while driving, but also while schooling, eating, running for political office, walking, banking, serving as a juror, getting a taxi, shopping, and just being black and a male. The mere fact of being black and male in America is sufficient cause for governmental and private law enforcement officials to abridge the rights of African-American males. This is not to suggest that law enforcement officers can never consider race when performing their job. Just the opposite, where a witness identifies the race and gender of a suspect, it is relevant evidence to consider in an effort to apprehend a criminal. Racial profiling, however, involves a pre-disposition held by law enforcement officers who are members of the majority, to believe that minorities, and particularly African-American males, are engaged in criminal activities; therefore, they are stopped and searched without probable cause or reasonable suspicion.

  • 02:20

    Freddie Grey's Murder, Righteous Black Violence In America And The White Media

    in Politics

    On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will be discussing the events surrounding Freddie Grey's murder. We will discuss how acting out through violence is justified and how the demonic police and their demonic henchmen the White media paints inaccurate pictures of our holocaust in the USA. Join us.

  • 01:32

    J.R Thicklin discusses Domestic Violence

    in Motivation

    Hope and Healing: A journey to Wholeness with Host J.R. Thicklin


    Listen at (323) 784-9638 or www.SoulofAmericaRadio.com

  • 02:35

    Dixon D. White on "White Racial Responsibility" & Racial Healing

    in Politics Progressive

    Quite often, there are people who can be described as "a person for a time such as this."  

    Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Sojourner Truth, Susan B. Anthony, Teddy Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Eleanor Roosevelt, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Malcolm X and so many others come to mind. Looking back on the context of their times in history, we loft them into super human statuses and forget that they were born like the rest of us and they have died like we all will.

    What unites all of these names from our history is the common trait that they had the courage to stand up, speak up and "ACT UP!!"

    That last phrase Act Up comes from our featured guest for this episode of The #SocialSpitballShow.

    Dixon D. White is a self-described redneck and reformed racist. Dixon has many experiences to draw from to elicit truth about race, which is, in part, that we cannot ignore it away. Dixon calls on fellow White Americans to embrace their "White Racial Responsibility" to speak up and ACT UP when they see racial hurt.

    I personally love the term "Act Up" because it makes me think of a child misbehaving, but also the clever bumper sticker that says that "Well-Behaved Women Never Make History." It's true & fitting because we need to step outside of our "comfort zone" of complacency and condoning of a terrible history of racism and violence in this country.

    This history of racism and violence manifests itself as much today as in the past. Racism is not over. We need to stand up to racism. With courageous folks like Dixon White speaking up and acting up on the subject, we can be sure to bring more healing and common ground.

    Won't you tune in and hear from this amazing & inspiring man and others like him? Barbara and I are excited to get this conversation going...

  • 00:45

    Does Racial Inequality Still Exist in America?

    in Youth

    Prompted by recent issues in the news involving race and violence, Teen Talk explores the state of racial inequality in the United States. Hosts Dana, Domy, Kyla, and Yanira discuss this along with how the public thinks about racial issues and how to respectfully disagree with someone whose views oppose your own. Our guest is retired Syracuse City Judge Langston McKinney.


    *The views and opinions expressed in this program belong solely to the hosts and guest. They do not reflect the views and opinions of the Teen Talk program or Contact Community Services.

  • 01:59

    PATH1 DAWN OF THE PLANET OF BLACK APES AND THE RETURN OF SHA ZULU IN AMERICA

    in Culture

    PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST SPEAKER BROTHER PTAH 2015 WILL TOUCH ON DAWN OF THE PLANET OF BLACK APES AND THE RETURN OF SHA ZULU IN AMERICA WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST

  • 01:03

    "Help4Men Radio Special" Equal Justice Initiative A HISTORY OF RACIAL INJUSTICE

    in US Government

    Our nation’s prison population has more than quintupled,” she said. “And this is due largely to the war on drugs and the ‘get tough’ movement. The drug war has been waged almost exclusively in poor communities of color even though studies have consistently shown now for decades that contrary to popular belief, people of color are no more likely to use or sell illegal drugs than whites, but by waging this drug war almost exclusively in poor communities of color, we’ve now created a vast new racial under-caste.”


    One hundred and fifty years after the Emancipation Proclamation, the progress made by African-Americans is undeniable–which is why statistics about incarceration in the black community can be so shocking. In 2011 there were more African-Americans in prison or “under the watch” of the justice system than were enslaved in the United .


     

  • 02:00

    Computer America - Science for the Masses; Brio

    in Technology

    Computer America


    Hour one: Science for the Masses. Gabriel Licina, Jeffrey Tibbetts, Co-Founders

    Science for the Masses is an independent team of research-minded individuals dedicated to making the tools and resources of science more available to the layperson. Their mission is to aid in the development of “citizen science”; they want to see the tools and resources necessary to perform scientific research made available to anyone that wants them. To this end, all of their research is and will be published free and open source, and will be repeatable by the layperson—meaning no multimillion dollar lab equipment.
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    Hour two: Brio.  Jocelyn Painter, Brio Spokesperson


    Each year, thousands of children and adults are injured or killed through electrical hazards, fire and other common household dangers. It’s shocking. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Because now there’s Brio, the world’s safest, smartest power outlet.  Cool and sophisticated, yet infused with breakthrough technologies, Brio can make your home as safety-smart as you. It employs state-of-the-art microelectronics to tell between things that need power and people that need protection. It can also use advanced wireless innovations and mobile technology to create a complete 24/7 home monitoring system that virtually eliminates shock hazards, plus keeps people safer by alerting them to things like smoke, flooding and the presence of carbon monoxide.


    Safer sockets. Smarter homes.