Abolition Today – The First Revolution Is When You Change Your Mind

In our first broadcast for National Poetry Month we’ll be honoring the legendary wordsmith Gil Scott-Heron and discussing the critical role of proper perspectives.
We know like he knew that “the first revolution is when you change your mind”. That’s something that can’t be televised.

Join us as we share some of Gil’s music and poetry while tying it all together in a nice neat slavery abolition bow. Giving you more than enough reasons to rethink, reconsider, and replace what you thought you knew with what you’ll know now. As John Maynard Keynes said; “When I’m wrong, I change my mind. What do you do?”

Of course we’ll cover the news, discuss the latest events in the slavery abolition movement, enjoy educated discussions, and bring the words of the abolitionist ancestors back to life for a new generation in our Bridging The Gap Segment. If you’re a fan of Gil Scott-Heron, Spoken Word, Freedom, and Real Solutions to the Core Critical Issue facing our nation and the world today, tune in!

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