• 01:05

    IT'S FORGETABOUT IT FRIDAY, ALREADY! TONIGHT AT 7PM!!!

    in Entertainment

    HI MY FRIENDS!  TODAY, 11/7, WE WILL KICK OFF THE WEEKEND SO, JOIN THE # 1 WISE GUY AND THE 1ST LADY OF BLOGTALK RADIO WITH A LITTLE HEADLINE NEWS AND A LITTLE SONG! .FEEL FREE TO CALL 646 716 4343, AT 7PM, EST. THAT'S ABOUT IT! JOIN VINNY AND LEE LEE TONIGHT, AGAIN THAT'S 7 PM. HOT LINES WILL BE OPEN AT 715 PM FOR LIVE ACTION. THE SPEED LIMIT LOWERED, BUT THAT DOESN'T AFFECT ME AT ALL!  I'LL JUST WALK SLOWER!  BUT, RIKERS IS THE EASY PLACE TO GET CONTRABAND. ALCOHOL / NEWPORT/ DRUGS/VODKA/ CELL PHONES. WHERE DO I SIGN UP FOR A STAY...FORGETABOUT IT ! HOME SWEET HOME FOR THIS WISEGUY! JAIL'S NO PLACE FOR ANYBODY, WELL, FOR MOST PEOPLE!  SEE YOU LATER - 646 716 4343 

  • 02:00

    The Ignorance Equation- Ebola For Dollars!

    in Politics Progressive

    This week Saucey, Dee, Badger, and our pal Jason talk about what everyone is talking about-EBOLA! We will be talking in depth about Ebola, who is really at risk, who is using Ebola for political gain, and who profits from this deadly disease.


    Got Ebola on your mind? We want to hear from you, call us at 646.478.3554.


    Also Cecily McMillan stops in with an Occupy Update, and to talk us about Resist Rikers. And all the Hemorrhagic Audio Rhetoric we can cough into your Disease Ridden Ear-Holes!


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  • 01:33

    Williams Sisters; Cosby Dissed; Carol's Daughter-Mid Week in Review, Wed @7:30pm

    in Politics Conservative

    Howdy, folks! Due to time constraints, let's just state the facts!  Welcome to Afronerd Radio's Mid Week in Review broadcast airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm (EST).  Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they discuss the following current event inspired topics:  a Russian tennis official is suspended for derogatory remarks levied toward the Williams sisters; actor/comedian, Hannibal Buress makes the news for likening Bill Cosby to a rapist in his stand up act; Rikers Island inmate files suit for being sodomized with a baton by a correction officer (Dburt yawns....recidivism is a helluva a drug); legendary rocker/performer, Annie Lennox questions Beyonce's feminism; man wins Lotto and is broke in four weeks (really?); Static Shock gets a live action series via WB Digital; Carol's Daughter gets bought out by L'Oreal  and lastly, with CBS and HBO opening up chargeable online TV portals, does this spell the end for cable?  Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. 

  • 02:00

    The Ignorance Equation- Occupy Hearts and Minds

    in Politics Progressive

    This week we'll hear our (previously recorded) interview with Occupy Activist, Cecily McMillan. As well as an update on Cecily's upcoming court appearance.


    We also encourage anyone who is in the area to #occupythecourts this Monday and check out JusticeForCecily.com


    Join us this Sunday at 1PM EST for enough Political Discourse to Occupy your Disgruntled Little EarHoles!


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  • 01:00

    Move to Amend Reports w/Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics

    On this anniversary of the September 11th Attacks, join us for a discussion about prisoner rights with Cecily McMillan, as she shares her own experience through the American judicial system following her wrongful arrest during the Occupy Wall Street protests.


    Cecily McMillan is a 25-year-old graduate student at the New School, union organizer, and Occupy Wall Street activist who was convicted of allegedly assaulting a police officer on March 17, 2012. After two years of censoring evidence and hand-selecting jurors, the prosecution was blatantly favored with overwhelming bias from Judge Ronald Zweibel. In a shocking verdict that stunned outside observers, she was found guilty despite insufficient evidence and Zweibel sentenced McMillan to 90 days in jail at Rikers Island. She was sent directly to jail on May 5 2014, despite having missed no court appointments over two years of hearings and her public insistence on refusing to plea out. During the long period between her initial arrest and the jury trial, Cecily was arrested again by the NYPD on December 7th of 2013 for observing and attempting to video-document the arrests of two young people in the Union Square subway station. McMillan and her supporters denounce the trumped up charges that were intended to undermine her credibility, for which she faces up to a year back on Rikers.


    For more information, visit: http://justiceforcecily.com

  • 01:02

    HOW TO SURVIVE RIKERS W/ FRANTZ CASSEUS

    in Comedy

    Kurt, Sherrod, Keren and Bill welcome Kaytlin back fresh off her tour and invite guest, comedian Frantz Casseus to talk about the two years he spent in prison for having an illegal gun. The Race Wars crew also covers the new "White Genocide" video thats cycling through the web and the black kid who secretly recorded the Saint Louis cops blackmailing him. Kurt also explains the history of the Second Amendment.

    Check out all of the shows at http://standupnylabs.com

    White Genocide Video:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2zMzeKBEvaQ

    St Louis Video:
    http://www.worldstarhiphop.com/videos/video.php?v=wshh2163cjRC274P5q3d

  • 00:30

    SpokenHeard with Susan Dobbe Chase and Tongo Eisen-Martin

    in Poetry

    Regular Fill-in Host Ryk McIntyre interviews the talented Tongo Eisen-Martin 1pm EST, (Noon Central, 11am MTN & 10am PST)


     


    Originally from San Francisco,Tongo Eisen-Martin is a movement worker who has organized against mass incarceration throughout the United States. He has taught in detention centers from New York's Rikers Island to California county jails. He is revolutionary poet who uses his craft to create liberated territory wherever he performs and teaches. He currently lives, teaches, and organizes in Jackson, MS.

  • 00:55

    New York Financial Planner Goes To Prison

    in News

    Jennifer S. Wilkov, a New York financial planner, shares her story of being scammed by a California real estate developer and how she ended up in prison at Rikers Island. Wilkov details how the same law firm that represented Martha Stewart failed her, how she was railroaded into a bad plea deal, and what she learned from the experience. Wilkov is now a successful author and public speaker and shares how she rebuilt her life after her nightmare was over.

  • 01:24

    Chris And Al Interview Cecily McMillan Recently Released From Prison

    in Politics

    Cecily is an occupier (Occupy Wall Street protestor) who was beaten into a seizure at Zuccotti Park by the NYPD. Her breast grabbed from behind by a cop, her kneed jerk reaction was to elbow the assaulter. She was refused initial medical care, and just has finished a couple months in jail at Rikers Island a few weeks ago. This happened March 17th 2012 on the 6th month anniversary of occupy. Our co host Al was at the protest where Cecily was assaulted with others, and has himself been arrested with occupy multiple times which he wrote a book about, he also knows an occupier he believes is still imprisoned at Rikers, which has terrible conditions. Chris and Al do an exclusive interview with Cecily on the persecution of activism in America.

  • 00:30

    SpokenHeard with Geoff Kagan Trenchard and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Geoff Kagan Trenchard’s poems have been published in numerous journals including Word Riot, The Nervous Breakdown, The Worcester Review, SOFTBLOW and Pemmican. He has received endowments from the National Performance Network, Dance Theater Workshop, The Zellerbach Family Foundation and the City of Oakland to produce original theatrical work. As a mentor for Urban Word NYC, he taught weekly poetry workshops in the foster care center at Bellevue as well as in Rikers Island with Columbia University’s “Youth Voices on Lockdown” program. He is a recipient of a fellowship from the Riggio Writing and Democracy program at the New School and the first ever louderARTS Writing Fellowship. He has performed poetry on HBO’s Def Poetry Jam, at universities throughout the United States, and in theaters internationally as a member of the performance poetry troupe The Suicide Kings. Penmanship Books published his first poetry collection, Murder Stay Murder. This spring he received a Juris Doctorate from the Hofstra University School of Law. He lives in Brooklyn and can be found at kagantrenchard.com/geoff.

  • 02:01

    NY's BOLDEST an EXPOSE. YOUTH under siege!!

    in Radio

    Join us tonight as we take  a deep look at corruption and scandal within the NYC Corrections DEPT. We will be talking to a Corrections Officer one on one about practices within the jail and practices that the NYPD are doing to get young minorities in the system unfairly! You DO NOT want to miss this BROADCAST. Your child can be a target without knowing what can happen to them in certain circumstances. Are our youth being purposely targeted and their futures destroyed before they even START? As always our weekly Sports, Entertainment and Political commentary only as we can do it. Real Talk All the Time. 100% Real unpolished, and unrehearsed, Real Talk for Real People. Call in to talk to the hosts. 347-637-3010.

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