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City Getting 120 New MTA Buses Over Next Two Years. Will this improve the current bus service? Will additional bus services be added with new buses?
Cabs Are Key to Saving MTA Money with Access-A-Ride. Are new ADA accessible cabs endangering the future of Access-A-Ride services?
Access-A-Ride: Affordable Help to Keep Staten Islanders Mobile. Great service for handicapped people, but why is Access-A-Ride costing the MTA so much money?
Violence on Staten Island when will it end? The Eric Garner Murder has been on my mind for a few days in i would love to speak up on it. There are many different views and opinions on this, My question is this a civil rights issue or a race issue? and how many of you seen the video? Do you feel the cops that handled eric deserve jail time? Join me tomorrow night as i sound off about this topic IN DONT BE AFRAID TO SPEAK UP !!! or comment
Ebola, Staten Island Emergency Doctor, Ishmael Griffin Shares information.
The largest Liberian community outside Monrovia is in Staten Island, New York.
Concerns about Ebola have forced many in the community to cancel their trips back home, but some have left the US before the outbreak and their return sparks fear about the risk of an outbreak in New York.
Among the biggest concerns is whether the outbreak could spread to the United States after two American missionaries contracted Ebola in Liberia.
According to an infectious disease specialist with Staten Island University Hospital, it is highly unlikely.
"We aren't at risk of having an Ebola epidemic in America," said Dr. Ambreen Khalil. "Eighty to 90 percent of people die from Ebola, but it's not an American disease."
In Little Liberia, Jalloh is not alone in her concern. Many Liberian-Americans share her fears. Momo Fully, a father of four, lost his cousin to Ebola in August. He worries the disease, which has killed more than 3,000 people in West Africa, could take hold in the United States.
“People go back and forth all the time. There’s always the possibly of Ebola coming to America and spreading,” he said.
Health experts stress that despite the first Ebola diagnosis on U.S. soil, chances of an outbreak are very slim, given the far superior hospital services here.
Ferguson!!! Staten Island!!!! Video Tape! Coroner's Reports!!!!! The Grand Jury! No Indictment! What does this mean for YOU? For ME? Where is God in all of this? Is HE, as Abraham said, still “The JUDGE of all the Earth?” Will HE do right?? Stay tuned as Dr. Mike grapples with this question!!!!!
Mark Eadicicco and Practical Magick "The Witch Shoppe of Staten Island" proudly present the first annual Staten Island Witches' Ball 2012 - taking place on Saturday October 27, 2012 at 8pm.
On this special Blog Talk Radio show - Mark Eadicicco, a psychic and practicing Witch from Staten Island - and owner of Practical Magick will give you a glimpse of this special night which is going to be filled with good times, good food, dancing and most importantly MAGICK!
For more information on the Staten Island Witches Ball please check out our official website at www.statenislandwitchesball.com
Civil Chat with Lee will be airing
1. BIG STORY-Massive protests against non indictment
2. Internal and Civil Investigation announced by Eric Holder
3. Trend with excessive force involving white officers and African American citizens
4. President Obama weighs in
5. Garner widow lashes out at officer Pantaleo
6. Officer Pantaleo's previous lawsuit settled by NYPD
Join us tonight for a conversation with Attorney Andell Brown (Top 40 Under 40 Leaders of Today and Tomorrow). With the events that have taken place in Ferguson and Staten Island, we are putting the system on trial! Log on to www.blogtalkradio.com/hipolitix at 8pm EST or call 508-292-0337
This week in Luqman Nation, we've been talking about the obvious topics, but we've also been going deeper into how we got here. We've been examining more of the Respectability Doctrine/Politics, discussing our troubled relationship with law enforcement, talking about the double-standards for White behavior and Black behavior, and a whole host of other topics related to the 800 pound elephant in America's living room - race and justice.
I don't know where we'll end up at the end of our show, but come join us in the discussion.
A 'national moment of pain': New York mayor Bill de Blasio leads anger at decision to CLEAR NYPD officer who killed man by putting him in a chokehold as angry protests mount across the city
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2859613/Staten-Island-grand-jury-decides-not-indict-NYPD-officer-chokehold-death-Eric-Garner.html#ixzz3Kt1R48jl
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Hamds up...Don't shoot...What you say??? I can't breathe. These are the new rallying cries from the east coast to the west coast. We have read it in our newspapers and seen it on all our news networks. Felix and Dr. Marc want to open up a dialogue. You know the incidents that I am referring to on the show tonight...Ferguson, MO and Staten Island, New York. Let's hear what you have to say...Let's begin the dialogue. Call us at 646-595-3275 and calm yourself with a cup of coffee.
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