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In this week's episode, we will talk about the violent and tragic underside of race relations in America. We will discuss-The Wilmington NC riots, the Omaha riots, the destruction of Black Wall Street in Tulsa, OK, the Watts riots, the Rodney King riots, the Ferguson, MO and Baltimore MD riots and many more. Call 914-803-4571 to join the conversation or listen in @www.blogtalkradio/mauricemuhammad.com.
There have been riots in our society since its formation…economic riots, religious riots, and ethnic riots. But, the history of race riots in this country outnumbers all of those combined. Why? Why does race cause so much turmoil for our society? Furthermore, why does sustainable positive change elude the outcomes of these riots? Often the zeal of the MOVEMENT fizzles into just another MOMENT for the history books. Are riots just rhetorical solutions clothed as societal temper tantrums? Our guest are community activist Zaki Baruti and Camron Rhodes.
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In this episode, Sacerdotus speaks on the Baltimore riots which took place in the days after the death of Freddie Gray who died while in police custody. Sacerdotus addresses the events, important role religion played in restoring peace, mistakes of politicians and others while calling for peace, better understanding and a revision of current policing tactics.
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Baltimore Maryland has gone through some tragic events. The riots and the constant coverage of them along with the handling of the events is being watched by the world. Will this city ever recover?
This week we will discuss freddie Gray and the Baltimore riots. What will happen to the policar officers in this case? What will happen to the Baltimore community? Did the mayor take action soon enough? Will justice be served?. We will discuss these and other questions. Please make sure you join us. Make your voice be heard.
This Installment of The Forbidden Fruit will take a look at the Riots in Baltimore. Is this the outcry of a voiceless people, or simply a few opportunist taking advantage of a bad situation or maybe a combination of both. Victor Hugo once said, "If a soul is left in darkness, sins will be committed.The guilty one is not who commits the sin, but he who causes the darkness." That's food for thought. The plight of the African American is well documented, so why is this darkness permitted to continue? Who's purpose does it serve? This is suppose to be the greatest country on earth. Is that is just hype and spin? We're more than a century removed from slavery, so why are we still hung up on race? Who's keeping this going and why?
Let's talk about it here on The Fruit!
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My experience with the Baltimore Riots aND debunking the myths around good parenting
Thousands of protesters take to the streets of Baltimore for third night of anger over death of Freddie Gray with hours to go before 10pm curfew
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3061627/Thousands-protesters-streets-Baltimore-night-anger-death-Freddie-Gray-hours-10pm-curfew.html#ixzz3YkGmna32
EXCLUSIVE: 'I can't wait to get my hands on him' - what mom of 23-year-old arrested in riots said of her son as dozens held by police during violence appear in court
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3061609/I-t-wait-hands-mom-23-year-old-arrested-riots-said-son-dozens-held-police-violence-appear-court.html#ixzz3YkH2zD5N
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The worst urban riots in a generation took place in Baltimore yesterday, as hundreds of people looted, burned, anad pillaged like starving Visigoths. The question of why has no rational answer, despite some who try to "explain" it or even excuse it.
Summer is approaching and with the likelihood that some other poor unfortunate criminal will die at the hands of police, can we expect similar events in other big cities across the country? We'll talk about this possibility and other issues associated with the riots with Hot Air's Jazz Shaw.
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