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.
Brent Betterly, Brian Jacob Church, Jared Chase—are now known as the NATO 3. Information about the defendants and this case can be found by navigating through the links at the top of the website https://freethenato3.wordpress.com. You can also donate to the support fund through the link at the top right of each page, as donations are urgently needed for legal and prisoner support needs.
Rachel Allshiny served as librarian and press liaison for Occupy Chicago, and was a protest organizer for the NATO Summit held in Chicago in May 2012. She has been actively supporting the NATO 3, arrested on spurious terrorism charges days before the summit, and other political prisoners since that time. She shares her personal thoughts on various issues on Twitter @allshiny.
Amanda Schemkes is a staff attorney with the Civil Liberties Defense Center; she received her J.D. from the Seattle University School of Law and M.S. in Writing & Book Publishing from Portland State University. Amanda decided to become an attorney because of her experiences in the animal liberation movement, through which she saw a need for legal support that is grounded in solidarity and resistance. She has traveled throughout the country to work with grassroots communities that are fighting to protect the earth and its inhabitants.