9:00 PM EST - Joining us on BTR News tonight is a friend of the show Kwabena Rasuli of Clear The Airwaves Project. We will be discussing several news stories related to the filth passing as hip-hop music including the recently shared details about the young teens and a twenty-year-old who killed rapper, Pop Smoke.
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An open conversation about the gun violence glamorized in music celebrated by corporations and unfortunately the NAACP. Joining your host Scotty Reid, founder of the Black Talk Media Project, is Kwabena Rasuli, founder of Clear The Airwaves Project.
Friday, September 18th 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the third study session on Gary Rivlin’s Katrina: After The Flood. Mr. Rivlin is a White man; while working for the New York Times he covered the historic engineering failure and negligence that drowned New Orleans in August of 2005. His 2015 bestseller reviews a decade of asymmetrical “recovery.” To be blunt, ten years of black New Orleanians being displaced and deliberately impeded from reconstructing their lives. Rivlin inspects all areas of people activity: the institution of charter schools, the destruction of public housing, and outright looting of funds designated for flood victims. Last week’s session re-introduced Lance Hill to C.O.W.S. listeners. Mr. Hill explains how the consensus among Whites during the days after the flood was good riddance to black people – including Ray Nagin. Rivlin continues to emphasize the extraordinary military presence – including Israeli mercenaries – that invaded the city. We hope this text will offer a more complete understanding of Hurricane Katrina and it’s aftermath as a meticulously planned campaign of genocide against black New Orleanians.