Join Black Talk Radio News host Scotty Reid as he discusses some of the political and social news of the day.
During the height of the Trayvon Martin protests, Rev. Al Sharpton and both Jesse Jackson called on the United Nations to investigate the Trayvon Martin case and the acquittal of his killer George Zimmerman.
While various bodies of the United Nations has commented on the case, is it enough to ask the United Nations to look at just one or two cases when human rights violations are rampant in the United States. Can the United Nations actually do anything other than issue statements, what does it take to present these violations to the United Nations.
To help us examine this issue, Dr. Mustafa Ansari will join the program tonight. Dr. Ansari studied law at J.D New College of California Law School, Member of International Bar Association, Dean American Institute of Human Rights, CEO Human Rights TV.