Rev. William Barber Says Racism Provided The Path For Trump’s Presidency

“There would have been no Trump without an Obama,” says Rev. William Barber, speaking with Ari Berman for the Mother Jones conversation on reviving democracy. Rev. Barber said Trump is Continue Reading →

Zimbabwe’s Parliament Is Considering Amending Current Abortion Laws To Allow Unfettered Abortion Rights

Zimbabwe’s parliament may soon amend abortion laws amid a spike in deaths as a result of illegal procedures. About seventy thousand backstreet abortions are performed in the Southern African country Continue Reading →

BTR News: Zimbabwean Poverty Producing Elder Prostitution

Poverty has gotten so bad in Zimbabwe that older women are competing with their daughters and nieces for sex work in the African nation. Click Here To Join! Thank You Continue Reading →

BTR News – Social/Political News of the Day 5/9/2016

An hour of news, information and social/political commentary. Impoverished people in Columbia, SC will now have an opportunity for affordable housing thanks to Charles Johnson, a professional football player for Continue Reading →

Black Talk Radio Live Drive @ 5 – The link between criminal records and poverty w/ Christopher Ervin

[jwplayer mediaid=”9148″]Download Podcast Today on the Live Drive @ 5 we will be speaking to Baltimore criminal justice activist and radio personality Christopher Ervin about criminal records and expungements exploring the Continue Reading →

Black Talk Radio Live Drive At Five 11/6/2014

[jwplayer mediaid=”7644″] In today’s news, Retired Lieutenant Commander Diane Goldstein of LEAP will join us to discuss successful California ballot initiative to reclassify drug felonies to misdemeanors Head of Mississippi’s Continue Reading →

BAF Radio – Unemployment and Poverty: The Road To Prison For Black People

[jwplayer mediaid=”6356″] A discussion with Free Alabama Movement prisoner activists Spokesperson Ray and Brother Kinnetik about how unemployment and poverty push thousands and thousands of black people into slavery in America’s Continue Reading →

BAF Radio: Black Faces in High Places, Obama, Capitalism and the Fate of Black America

[jwplayer mediaid=”5113″] This week on Black Autonomy Federation radio, we will talk about “Black Faces in High Places: Obama, Capitalism and the Fate of Black America.” Many Black people (and Continue Reading →