The Black Talk Media Project and its founder Scotty T Reid were denied a permit to hold a rally against terrorism on 9/11/2021 that was applied for at the Dallas Police Department in Dallas North Carolina. The rally against terrorism was to be from 5 pm to 6 pm and was going to feature speakers highlighting 400 plus years of terrorism against Black and Indigenous people by people classifying as white.
Jessica Rodriquez, a member of Take Back The Bronx and works with Root & Branch Collective NYC, will join us in a discussion concerning obtaining accurate information from inside jails and prisons about the horrors of prison slavery. To that end, another group has emerged called Eyes On You NYC that is taking up some of these issues.
In the wake of the murder of George Floyd by convicted killer and former cop Derek Chauvin, which caused a new wave of mass protests against police brutality, many corporations including banks announced a slew of "woke" polices to play their part in the elimination of systemic racism. Are banks doing enough? Not according to Wanda Silva.
In this clip from "House Call with Dr. Gigi: The Triple Pandemic" the panel discusses the disproportionate death rates of Black men and boys from Covid (Medical Apartheid), personal choices, and the law when your choices cause harm to others, and the selfishness of some anti-vaxxers.
Dr. Mel of BlackDoctor.org warns people against taking Ivermectin, a veterinarian drug used to treat horses and cows as an untested treatment for Covid. She then explains what the ingredients of mRNA vaccines are and how they work.
Clear The Airwaves Project's Kwabena Rasuli joins BTR News to discuss the news related to the Indonesian radio broadcasting regulatory body restricting music that promotes violence and immorality to the hours after 10 pm.
Monday, December 21st 8:00PM Eastern/ 5:00PM Pacific
The Context of White Supremacy welcomes actor. author, director. filmmaker and writer Christopher Everett. Mr. Everett is a black male and a North Carolina native. He used his immense skill to produce his first feature-length documentary film, Wilmington On Fire. The project examines the November 10, 1898 coordinated White Terrorist attack on the port city of Wilmington, North Carolina. Black Wilmingtons established a thriving area and were doing considerably well for themselves only three decades removed from the Civil War. White rage boiled over at the thought of “successful” negroes, and White mobs in conjunction with the North Carolina Democratic Party murdered countless black citizens; Whites then forced the remaining blacks to exit the town. This event is considered a catalyst for extensive White Terrorism throughout the region and was used to loot a gargantuan amount of black owned property. Listeners should remember the work of author and former C.O.W.S. guest Elliot Jaspin. He contends the evidence shows that this type of coordinated White Terrorism and ejection of black citizens happened more than 260 times in United States.