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Join us with guest Michele Lang, Assoc. Director of Campus Ministries·at Warner Pacific of Portland, OR and BJ Lindhurst, 16 year old James Logan student. How do we have these conversations about the protests in a constructive way? What is the issue- race, injustice, police brutality, unruly kids?
This episode we are joined by several student activist and organizers for a deeply in-depth and honest conversation regarding the ongoing protests regarding police brutality, as well as the legacy of institutionalized anchored to police brutality. This is the kind of honest dialogue and perspective that mainstream media tries to suppress regarding white supremacy and structural racism. Tune in now and spread the word...
EtEthan and Jimmy close out the show with a non-political show. That's right, it's time for Free State Happy Hour. On the show we discuss
- SantaCon is coming under fire because of drunken revelry
- Parents want to get rid of Christmas for children
- Now Georgetown Law students want to postpone exams because of Michael Brown?
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
Queen MoJo and King Peter bring the B,L.A.S.T. Black Life and Survival Training show to Proud Black Me Radio Sunday Nights at 8PM. As protests and demonstrations continue in the aftermath of the grand jury decisions regarding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, the community gives their views about the movement and how we grow and move forward with change. Celbrities and athletes such as Kobe Bryant and Lebron James have shown their support, but what does it all mean?. Log on or Call in to listen or discuss with us!
Suddenly, it feels like the 1960s again, with swirling movements for social justice finding inspiration and a powerful common denominator in the struggle for black equality.
Multiracial, multi-ethnic, multi-class, and multi-generational Americans have swarmed the streets in vast numbers to not only protest against racial injustice but to expose systemic oppression that has been an open secret since the heyday of the late 1960s and early 1970s.
The decision by a Staten Island, New York, grand jury not to indict Police Officer Daniel Pantoleo in the choking death of Eric Garner came nine days after Ferguson, Missouri, erupted into an open rebellion following another grand jury’s decision not to indict former police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, a black teenager.
While violence engulfed parts of downtown Ferguson, 170 cities staged largely peaceful demonstrations both in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and in demand of a vision of social justice that far surpasses the imagination of most contemporary politicians and pundits.
Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets on Wednesday and Thursday nights to express outrage against the political system that allowed a black man to be choked to death while screaming, “I can’t breathe!”
Across the country this movement has been spreading with protesters stopping traffic on highways and busy streets. Here in Baltimore protesters attempted to shutdown the annual Christmas tree lighting in downtown Baltimore. Do events like this help or hurt the cause
TONIGHT 9PM- The Michael Brown incident in Ferguson has generated mass protest all over the country. We were LIVE on the AIR last Monday night when the news of NO INDICTMENT for Darren Wilson was announced. One major protest #NotOneDime was against this year's Black Firday. Did retailers feel the impact of the protest? Was the impact great enough? We want to hear from you. Dial 917-889-3926 to comment LIVE. Plus, TOYA will bring us FINANCE TIPS up the coast from Delaware. REAL TALK. REAL PEOPLE. REAL TIMES. We are #TheSocialLab #TMHymanRadio Network.
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Jon, Jane and Bob lost some of their audience when they scheduled their show in American Samoan time zone. It was 90 minutes late. Jane highlights student bravery in Hong Kong and what stunts were used to prevent the protests from continuing (even though they are.) Bob disputes if the man who was going to jump in Hong Kong's city square was authentic. Jon's major topic this week was about Californians embracing every religion and value, being open to everything. The latter topic was Russa and social media and the effects of oil profits in Russia and economic distribution.
This show features the original music of Chicago's own street performer and Sax Therapist Traysee J Leonard & friends. Most of the music is original and the artists are mostly independant. So if every Black life is precious, why isn't there an investigation into the civil rights violations of our children in Chicago? Where is the die-in in Englewood, Woodlawn, Back of The Yards, Lawndale and Rogers Park? Why not block traffic at the dope spot and other areas of illegal and harmful activity? Another inner-city thought!!!
A brief discussion on how the powers that be are about to start a civil war.