March 17, 2015

How do you define an abolitionist? “Super Predators”, teens and cops

During today’s first hour we will attempt to define who is and who is not an abolitionist? What should abolitionists be doing? Is there an abolitionist’s creed and if not should one be written? How do you write an abolitionist’s creed? Do you hold a convention where abolitionist delegates work on coming up with a creed. Who picks the delegates thus deciding who is and who is not an “Abolitionist”?

Scotty Reid defines an abolitionist as “a person who believes that people are being enslaved both “legally” and illegally in various forms and work in any capacity towards ending slavery”.

Others who consider themselves abolitionists believe that to be recognized as an abolitionist, one has to meet specific criteria. What do you think? How do you define an abolitionist?

Joining us today during the second hour is activist, teen advocate and youth counselor Mr. Shareef Hameed. MR. Hameed says parents should be informing themselves, informing their family and friends about the Super Predator Myth created in the 80's by professors at Princeton University, one of America’s oldest universities founded by white supremacists and is one of the nine Colonial Colleges established before the American Revolution The Super Predator Report said the public should be on high alert for inner city youth that will be Godless, remorseless, jobless, killers, etc.

Today places like Ferguson all around the country are impacted negatively by the overt racism and white supremacy being promoted as policy by America’s so-called “greatest Minds” in the country. All of this connects directly to today’s legal mass enslavement of black youth. Please research the term “Super Predator”.

Is “Hood Disease” real and is it leading to doctors and Big Pharma over medicating children? How are black females doing in the school environment? Are they being targeted more than black male students are?

March 16, 2015

America in fact did not abolish slavery w/ Angela Chan

During the first hour today we will discuss some the social/political news of the day. A few stories on my radar is the false reports being circulated by right wing blogs that Michael Brown's mother took to facebook to post comments "celebrating" the reported shooting of two cops in Ferguson.

During the second hour we will be joined by Ms. Angela Chan to discuss legalized slavery in the United States and the illegal use of detained immigrant labor by prisons.

Ms. Angela Chan is the policy director and senior staff attorney at the Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Asian Law Caucus. Ms. Chan recently authored an article dealing with the 13th Amendment titled. "America Never Abolished Slavery" which was published on the Huffington Post.

In the article Ms. Chan comes to conclusion that the 13th Amendment did not technically abolish slavery and that the loop hole that allows for slavery as punishment for crime has been exploited to create a slave labor force in America.

After we speak to Ms. Chan, lets revisit the news reports first surfacing when two non-Ferguson police officers were allegedly shot in front of the Ferguson police department. Since the shooting, the news being reported and statements by St. Louis law enforcement officials have been inconsistent and some deliberately attempting to tie protests against racist police terrorist to the shooting instead of treating it as an individual incident of alleged crime.