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.
The Context of White Supremacy hosts the second study session on Randy Roberts’ and Johnny Smith’s 2016 publication, Blood Brothers: The Fatal Friendship Between Muhammad Ali and Malcolm X. The book debuted just months before the passing of Ali. Roberts and Smith, both White men, investigate the evolution of Ali and Minister Malcolm’s relationship and how their bond fragmented as Minister Malcolm’s fracture from Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam worsened. Regrettably, Ali was unable to reconcile things before Malcolm’s assassination in 1965. Last week’s session provided more details about Ali’s childhood in Kentucky, and his teenage exposure the Nation of Islam. The book emphasized the monumental force White Supremacy exerted on Ali’s life from birth. Roberts and Smith provided immense details about Ali’s early days training on Miami, Florida. This book should emphasize the monumental importance of not name-calling other black people. As the authors of this book are both White, listeners should pay particular attention to word choice and possible Racist influence on the narrative.