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  • 00:31

    Social Injustice or Just Racism

    in Current Events

    Prejudice, discrimination, and antagonism directed against someone of a darker skin color based on the belief that one's own race is superior has dominated the behavior of many Americans in the United States. Despite discrediting most of scientific efforts to elevate one race over another by people of European descent, small numbers of social scientists continue throughout the 21th century to argue the inborn shortcomings of certain races, especially Black people.  

    Recent news headliners have uncovered smothering hatred that “everyday” White Americans have for non-White Americans living in the United States. While talking to her family on November 4th at an Applebee’s restaurant, a Black American (immigrant from Africa) woman was attacked by a White American woman who smashed a beer mug into her face cutting her lip and nose badly. The White American objected to the Black woman speaking a language which was not English. Presidential candidate, Donald Trump, advocates building a wall along the United States borders to block Mexicans from crossing into America.

    There is a breakdown in trust between prominent Black community leaders such as ministers, athletic coaches and some parents and young Black Americans. The "twenty-somethings" are showing an awakening and a desire to confront the established racial practices in the United States of America. Recently,students at Yale University demanded recognition of disparities within that “austere” institution and "on-mass" addressed the newly appointed Black American Dean. Black American football players at Missouri University threat of a game boycott because of administration inertia about on-campus incidents of  racial slurs hurled at black students and feces smeared into the shape of a swastika on a wall in a residence hall resulted in an official's resignation. 

  • 00:31


    in News

    Imprisonment is a major contributing factor in establishing social inequality. Since the mid-1970s the U.S. imprisonment rate has increased ten-fold and the effects have been concentrated among Black Americans. Imprisonment diminishes the earnings of adult men, compromises their health, reduces familial resources, and contributes to family breakup.  Many Black American men incarceration has involved drug use and distribution, not violent crime.  Such mass imprisonment increases racial and class inequality—and may lead to more crime in the long term. Finally, there has been several policy reforms which limit prison time for drug offenders and for parolees who violate the technical conditions of their parole. But criminal justice reforms alone will not solve the problems that decades of “arbitrary” lengthy incarceration has caused.

    A rise in incarceration rates parallel unemployment rates. Men with only a high school education, working for the steel industry and the auto industry, once could earn wages that could support a family. Their jobs promoted conformity, which supports stability, through daily routines and attachments to mainstream social institutions. Widespread joblessness in poor urban neighborhoods coupled with a booming drug trade that fostered addiction and income streams left young men in inner cities vulnerable to arrest and incarceration.

    Social policies of "drug intolerances' and "third strike sentencing" maximized the creation of fragile families and their consequences. Women and children were left to deal with diminished household earnings, federal support and interventions, increased aggression towards children, child behavioral problems, and social marginalization - a vicious cycle of  criminal justice system involvement increased.


  • 00:46

    Music and Life: Solutions to Social Injustice ?

    in Entertainment

    #AMPtvMedia presents Music and Life every tuesday and thursday. This episode will be about social injustice in the community and how we can go about fixing them. If you aren't apart of the solution you are apart of the problem. Join @JFocuz and Jefferson George as the interview and discuss injustices within our community with @BonesBSE and @KiidNate ! This show is sponsored by http://www.AMPtv.blogspot.com

  • 00:31

    Disguised Social Injustice and Malice in USA

    in Health

    Senior epidemiologist at the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), Dr. William Thompson, released thousands of pages of CDC documents of research data to Congress this past summer of 2014. admitting to falsifying data from a 2004 CDC report that was published in the journal Pediatrics.Dr. Thompson disclosed that he along with other CDC cientists deliberately excluded Black children from the study, and altered data in order to negate any links between vaccines and autism. He declares, the initial report found that giving children the vaccine before the age of 36 months increased the risk of autism by 69%; but in Black children the risk of autism triples to a scary 240%.  The Obama administration has granted Dr. Thompson whistleblower status; granting him immunity. 

    . In 2014, there was a massive wave of reports in the media claiming that women of childbearing age had been given tetanus vaccines containing the hormone hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), rendering them infertile. When introduced into the body with a tetanus toxoid carrier, antibodies will be formed not only against tetanus but, also against hCG. The body will produce anti-hCG antibodies. The antibodies will  attack hCG, which naturally sustains a pregnancy so that a woman  is incapable of maintaining a pregnancy.The vaccines were administered to 2.3 million girls and women by the (WHO) World Health Organization and UNICEF (United Nations Children's Fund).

    A polio immunizations scheduled April 2015 contained estradiol, an estrogen compound, which, when exposed to males, damages the sperm. It is clear that  estrogen hormone plays a significant role in sexual orientation.


  • Maintaining Light During the World's Dark Nights

    in Spirituality

    There seems to be an influx of injustices and so-called "dark acts" in the media and World.  Are there more acts of racism and civil unfairness or are we in an age where these things are reaching more people?  When it comes to taking a spiritual, metaphysical or occult path, what is the protocol or behavior to undertake when it comes to social ills?  Are we responsible for what goes on in the world?  How do we focus on spiritual growth when it seems the world is full of darkness and chaos? This show will address the deeper meanings of this reality and help you deal with emotional strifes pertaining to humanity.

    Call in number is 858-365-5534 to listen and/or chime in

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  • 01:01

    Ochlocratic Report - Ochlocratic Review Sunday Readings Chpt 1-5

    in Religion

    Enjoy our segment, "Sunday Reading."  I've been putting off this project for some time.  I know you are going to enjoy the works of George Orwell.

    Eric Arthur Blair (25 June 1903 – 21 January 1950), who used the pen name George Orwell, was an English novelist, essayist, journalist and critic. His work is marked by lucid prose, awareness of social injustice, opposition to totalitarianism, and outspoken support of democratic socialism.


  • 01:01

    People as social networks: Who’s in your network?

    in Spirituality

    Positive human relationships are the heartbeat of what makes each individual strive to be healthy and happy.  Each business is made up of politics, initiatives and agendas that are created to move a business forward and to produce results that equal dividends and increased business.  A business can consist of one person or be made up of many people.  People are unique human beings that have their own set of baggage and agendas.  When a business and the people who are responsible for its growth able to collaborate with employees, vendors, and potential partners, a culture is created in which diversity can be celebrated, differences are encouraged, and everyone can focus on common goals.

    Join us as we talk about the types of environments that is needed for businesses small and large to promote to promote social connecting and synergy.

  • 00:32

    The Aniyahlayshon of Social Network Activism & Solidarity

    in LGBT

    In the age of social networking, information is shared an spread within minutes. The internet and it's plethora of social networking sites is a very useful tool. Many utilize it as an extension to the work they are already doing, while others utilize it as their only voice for various reasons. 

    Within the "social justice" community online there has grown an arrogance, a need to call out others for what they are or are not doing. People who are not of one experience or attacking others who are, for not being "involved enough." People who've gained a few degrees or taken some college courses, look down upon those that are self taught.  

  • 00:28

    Ken English Talks about the Daytona Beach Christmas Boat Parade 2015

    in Business

    Ken English, host of the the show, talks about the Daytona Beach Christmas Boat Parade on 5 December 2015 and the Halifax River Yacht Club.

  • 00:47

    Savannah Rose and Atlanta Burning On ITNS Radio!!!

    in Music

    "ITNS Radio" In The Neon Spotlight, the show “By Musicians For Musicians”, bringing you the best Songwriters, Artists and Music Professionals from all over the world! This is the place for great music, interviews by professionals in the music field and a whole lot more!!! Come into the Neon Lights, ITNS Radio!!! DISCLAIMER: Receiving airplay on ITNS Radio is free. All the artist's that we feature or play their music have rights to the music submitted to us. We have various promotions that include our newsletter, website, and social media sites; check them out at www.samwatkinscountry.com.

  • 00:16

    Marc Miller-- Career Pivot

    in Entrepreneur

    Host Kevin Willett is joined by Marc Miller from Career Pivot. In this segment Marc will offer some advise to job seekers to create a job search strategy including personal branding,  how to identify you most valuable networking contacts, how to ask people for help and how job seekers should use social media specifically LinkedIn. 

    For more informaiton about Marc please visit his website at https://careerpivot.com/

    For more information about the Friends of Kevin Networking Group please visit thier website at http://friendsofkevin.com/