Join us for a thought-provoking and empowering episode of Black Talk Radio News w/ Scotty Reid as we delve into the world of labor rights and workplace empowerment with renowned Employment Attorney, Chiquita Hall-Jackson. In our engaging conversation titled "Empowering Workers: Protecting Rights and Speaking Out with Chiquita Hall-Jackson," we explore the critical issues affecting today's workforce and the strategies to stand up against injustice.
Contrary to the "hate group" label, the Black Panther Party was a socialist political organization that put forward candidates in various regions and capacities. They prioritized political education and actively engaged in policy debates with elected officials.
Prison systems across various states must address this issue, ensuring that all inmates, regardless of their age or health status, are provided with humane living conditions, even during the hottest months.
On this special episode of "Black Women Speak", join our host as she engages in a riveting conversation with Kwabena Sakidi Jijaga Rasuli, the founder of Clear The Airwaves Project. Dive deep into the heart of a movement dedicated to purifying our radio spaces, eliminating misogynistic, violent, and destructive lyrics, and ensuring a safer auditory environment for our children.
According to CNN, prosecutors in the Atlanta area possess text messages and emails linking members of former President Donald Trump’s legal team to the January 2021 breach of the voting system in Coffee County. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis is preparing to present charges against over a dozen individuals to a grand jury, and several of them are connected to this voting system breach.
Tthis horrifying incident highlights the pressing need to address the systemic health disparities Black women endure, ensuring that they receive the same level of care and attention as any other patient. The fight for equity in healthcare is far from over.
In this gripping episode of BTR News w/ Scotty T. Reid, we sit down with the inspiring activist Ras Munyiga Nosakhere, whose life has been deeply intertwined with some of the most influential Black movements in American history. A child served by the Black Panther Party in California, and later an adult member of the Black Autonomy Federation, Nosakhere's story is a vivid testament to the relentless pursuit of racial justice and equality.
Join BTR News for an engaging and thought-provoking program, "Navigating the AI Frontier," where the host hopes to delve deep into the multifaceted world of AI technology exploring the advantages and disadvantages of utilizing artificial intelligence in various aspects of our lives.
We will be joined tonight by two guest speakers. New Abolitionists Radio welcomes J Justin and Gwen Ragsdale. Curators of the “Lest We Forget” – Black Holocaust Museum. Home to the private Ragsdale collection of slavery artifacts and Jim Crow memorabilia owned by J. Justin & Gwen Ragsdale. The exhibit includes authentic slave shackles, chains, whips, branding irons and other items that were used for human bondage and punishment. It also includes numerous objects from the Jim Crow era that negatively depict Blacks. The museum is in need of funds for maintenance and other renovations. You can donate through their GoFund Me campaign.
Mrs. Ragsdale is also the author of PECULIAR RELATIONSHIPS, a fictional novel that describes the evolving relationships between black women and white women from slavery to current day. You can purchase it on Amazon.
New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery