November 15, 2014

Pittsburg pastor tries to help woman, becomes victim of vicious hate crime

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November 12, 2014

Police torture victims and the United Nations w/ Mark Clements

Mark A. Clements drops in on Black Talk Radio Live At Five today to discuss the cases currently being presented to the UN Committee Against Torture. A number of groups, mostly black, have traveled to Geneva, Switzerland giving examples of police terrorism. Mark, who is a death penalty abolitionists and prisoner advocate was unfortunately victimized by disgraceful retired Chicago Police Captain Jon Burge. The UN Committee heard torture cases this week pertaining to the Chicago Police and Jon Burge himself.

Activist Carl Dix & Global sterilization programs operating in 2014

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Carl Dix is a former Minister of Culture of the Black Panther Party and a current member of the Revolutionary Communist Party and Stop Mass Incarceration Network drops in on Black Talk Radio. Mr. Dix will share his thoughts on police terrorism in the United States and what the masses must do to combat it. Dix is part of a collective making up a unique "Host Committee for the Dialogue" that is helping to put on a November 15th event in NYC titled, "A Dialogue between Cornel West and Bob Avakian on Revolution and Religion: The Fight for Emancipation and the Role of Religion".

November 10, 2014

UN hears cases of US police terrorism

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Ejim Dike, Executive Director of U.S. Human Rights Network joins Black Talk Radio to discuss police terrorism and report on presentations being presented by several groups, organizations and individuals to the United Nations Committee Against Torture in Geneva, Switzerland this week.