TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep originally aired this broadcast on 6/15/2021 and is full of researched information on the smear campaign to malign academic studies considering racism in legislative and legal studies as it pertains to US History.
BTR News spoke with Kwabena Rasuli of Clear The Airwaves Project about recent gun violence in Chicago and across the nation and in response to a complaint filed against Chicago FCC licensed radio stations for playing songs that promote gun violence, gang banging, misogyny and ear porn, FCC lawyers said they don't have an issue with the content despite FCC broadcasting rules.
Today we will be joined by Arlene Eisen, the author of the Operation Ghetto Storm report on extrajudicial killings of Black people in the United States. A recent blog posted by the Washington Post distorts the finding of the report and we want to give the authors of the report who were not consulted by the writer of the post.
Update: WAPO “Fact Checkers” at the time of this post has kept showing up as deleted.
Arlene Eisen has made a living as a journalist, teacher (including a short time at University of Havana) and machinist. She has written two books about Vietnamese women, one was translated into 5 languages. After Katrina she worked for the Peoples’ Hurricane Relief Fund in New Orleans, mostly editing their newsletter and other written materials. Eisen started work on Operation Ghetto Storm after Trayvon Martin’s murder and before George Zimmerman was charged. She then spent the next 18 months researching and writing a first quarter report, half year (every 36 hrs) and then the annual (OGS or #every28)—all of which was initially published by Malcolm X Grassroots Movement.