Ep 75: The Enlightening

May 20, 2017

Join us for this powerful episode with Jamie Pettis and Lauren Phillips. We discuss America's race dilemma. From the beginning, we have struggled to accept and embrace the "others" humanity. Ignorance is not an excuse, so tune in and learn how to be enlighten.

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Ep 74: The Pathology of Racism

April 3, 2017

In this episode, we are joined by a very dynamic and talented artist, "political junky", and social activist, Skip Hill. Skip challenges the status quo, and weighs in on the pathology of racism. Listen in as we dissect a sickness that has plagued our county from its origin, and provide some practical steps for moving forward. 

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TrumpCare Fail Matthews Trump never said repeal replace Clips

Police: Baltimore Man Suspected In Fatal NYC Stabbing; Says He Went To Kill Black Person

ABC’s ‘Blackish’ Thinks White People Think About Black People…All the Time

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America Has a Big Race Problem

Why the white working class feels like they’ve lost it all, according to a political scientist

 

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Ep 72: The True Face of Poverty

March 18, 2017

In this episode, we expose the true face of poverty. It's not black nor white - poverty affects all of us. We must change the conversation about poverty to truly understand its impact on our society. 

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Trump pitches black voters: 'What the hell do you have to lose?

Baltimore: 'This is what poverty in the US looks like' - BBC News

Paul Ryan: Black Men Are Lazy, That's Why There's Poverty - The Majority Report with Sam Seder

SPECIAL REPORT: Most FOOD STAMP & WELFARE Recipients Are WHITE AMERICANS!!

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Statement on Signing the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996

THE PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY AND WORK OPPORTUNITY RECONCILIATION ACT OF 1996

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Ep 71: Chicago: The Violence is Only a Symptom

March 11, 2017

Embark with us on a journey through the violence-filled streets of Chicago, where the violence is at its highest peak steadily taking our brothers and sisters away. While on this adventure, we will encounter survivors of the Chicago streets who gives us first-hand experiences. We will then jump to the educational system and view statistics that show students are at high risk due to the poverty that has flooded Chicago.

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The lost streets of Chicago

Fix Chicago's violence? Start by helping kids land jobs

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Chicago Death Toll Must Be Understood in Context of Shrinking Safety Net, Incarceration and War Funding

Poverty and Crime: Breaking the Vicious Cycle

CPS Stats and Facts

Study Says 70 Percent of Urban Public School Students in Illinois in Poverty

 

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Ep 70: Ralph Ellison: Unity

March 5, 2017

In this incredible episode, we discuss unity. We can overcome a divided country and the world if we open our eyes and truly see one another. Ralph Ellison gives us insight into strategies for achieving unity in our day.

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Ep 69: Stand Up: Resist

February 22, 2017

In this incredible episode, we interview Lauren Phillips, a social activist in Philadelphia. Lauren outlines the millennials' agenda for social engagement and empowerment. You do not want to miss this uplifting conversation.

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‘Last Night in Sweden’? Trump’s Remark Baffles a Nation

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Jones Basketball Player No Longer On Team After Twitter Post

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Ep 68: Harry Belafonte: The Legend

February 18, 2017

In this episode, we examine the life and legacy of Harry Belafonte. Mr. Belafonte's life will surely inspire you and give hope to all of us!

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Ep 67: Is Empathy Overrated?

February 4, 2017

In this episode, we answer the question; Is Empathy Overrated? We also assess Trump’s first week in office. Plus, we received a lot of on air questions and comments from listeners like you. Thank you for your participation! 

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Ep 66: Will You Give Trump a Chance?

January 30, 2017

In this episode, we ask and answer this extremely important question. We also discuss the Women's world wide march and Trump's meeting with Black celebrities.

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Ep: 65: MLK Day Live

January 21, 2017

In this episode, we broadcast live from the Myriad Gardens in Oklahoma City. We are joined by Steven Oliven, Gregory II, CJ Perry, Changing Frequencies and Ashley Elkins. Let's celebrate Dr. King together.

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