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.
Chicago 1968. Décidés à faire le portrait de Fred Hampton, leader charismatique des Black Panthers de l’Illinois, Mike Gray et Howard Alk se retrouvent au cours du film confrontés à son assassinat. Une douzaine d’officiers de police débarque dans l’appartement d’Hampton et le suppriment ainsi que son frère de lutte, Mark Clark. Arrivés sur les lieux du crime quelques heures plus tard, les deux réalisateurs sont brutalement aspirés dans une enquête qui sera le seul rempart tangible face à la déferlante des médias et des allégations de la police. (Chicago 1968. Decided to portray Fred Hampton, the charismatic leader of the Black Panthers of Illinois, Mike Gray and Howard Alk meet during the film confronted with his assassination. A dozen police officers arrive in Hampton’s apartment and kill him and his wrestling brother, Mark Clark. Arrived at the scene of the crime a few hours later, the two directors are brutally sucked into an investigation that will be the only tangible defense against the surge of media and allegations of the police.)