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Black Lives Matter Radio Show: Gentrification and Education Reform

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Hosts Latoya Williams and Amir Ross, along with guest Yah Ammi, will discuss what gentrification is, and how gentrication effects black communites economically, politically, and educationally. We will aslso discuss education reform for all blacks and minorities in America. Guests from around the nation will call in to ask questions and voice their opinions. Last, we will discuss the upcoming Million Man March in Washington, DC this Saturday. 

-Disclaimer: Black Lives Matter Radio Show promotes the sharing of ideas and opinions from all callers, and we encourage different points of views from the guests. Not all opinions or ideas from guests calling in directly reflect the views and ideas of Black Lives Matter Organization. We ask all guest to please be respectful of all opinions, and be mindful that all broadcasts will be archived for future listening. Thank You. 

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Social Injustice Affecting Black Lives In America; Past, Present, & Future. 

For the political, economic, and social development of minority families.

Official Twitter Page #BlackLivesMatter Founded in Ferguson, MO. Become members & support young activist serving black communities for social justice. #BLM

Official Black Lives Matter Social Media:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-Lives_Matter/1621839548033445?ref=hl

Twitter: https://twitter.com/blm_inc

Email: blacklivesmatterinc@gmail.com

Black Lives Matter Projects:

1. Social Justice Anthology
2. Social Justice Cd Project

hjrcommittee@gmail.com
 

https://swippoetry.bandcamp.com/album/stop-the-violence-vol-2

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