Thursday, December 25, 2014

Another Prison Slave Labor Christmas


New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end to 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking in the USA & Globally. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery. In the news,
This week our Abolitionist in profile is William Still (1821 - 1902) and our state constitution in profile is West Virginia. free web stats

Thursday, December 18, 2014

New Abolitionist Association (Ohio)



Tonight we welcome several guest activist associated with New Abolitionist Association (Ohio). The Children's Defense Fund New Abolitionist Association exist to abolish the cradle-to-prison pipeline, injustice, inadequate education, child abuse and poverty, gender inequality, and other issues which have a direct - and indirect - adverse affect on America's youth.

 After we speak to our guests, we want to focus on some the largest retailers in America that use prison slave labor in their business practices and there if you plan to go out and spend money this holiday season, we would hope that you do not spend with them now or anytime in the future. Our state constitution profile in slavery will be Washington. Our abolitionist in profile will be George T. Downing.

 New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end to 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking in the USA & Globally. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Thursday, December 11, 2014

NYPD slave catcher taken off the streets for drug trafficking




New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end to 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking in the USA & Globally. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

In today's abolitionists news, An NYPD officer who two years ago won a "Police Officer of the Year" award got busted in a reverse sting operation organized by the Sunrise City Police Department.
Have you ever wondered just how much your state government is profiting off of 13th Amendment slavery? Unfortunately, we have another case of proxy racism where a Black person has been found to be among those in Tennessee engaging in modern slavery where a state run prison is being closed to make way for a CCA owned for-profit prison.

The US government is shielding government employees and officials from being held criminally accountable for the very serious federal crime of torture not to mention these are gross violations of the UN Convention Against Torture and Inhumane Degrading Treatment. However, why are the details so shocking to some when the same human rights violations and worse are committed against prisoners daily in prisons across America?

Our state profile in slavery will be Virginia. Our abolitionist in profile will be Peter Williams Jr.

Thursday, December 4, 2014

21st Century Policing and Slavery




This week’s topics include:


  •  Staten Island jury fails to indict killer cop in Eric Garner chokehold killing on the streets of New York City 
  • Video shows police murder victim Darrien Hunt was running away from Saratoga Springs, Utah cops when shot down in the street 
  • Denver police officer seen tripping pregnant woman, repeatedly punching alleged drug suspect in the face 
  • A Cleveland police officer fatally shot 12-year-old Tamir Rice within seconds of arriving in his patrol car 
  • The President's 21st Century Policing Task Force falls short of addressing this aspect 21st Century Slavery 

This week's state constitution in profile is Vermont and our abolitionist in profile is Ignatius Sancho (c1729-1780): The Composer.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Prison guards and gangs




New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end to 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking in the USA & Globally. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery.

This week's news,

  • Officers at Lanesboro helped gang members wage attacks 
  •  Erased from History? 10 Things You Didn’t Know About Slavery in the North 
  • California Tells Court It Can’t Release Inmates Early Because It Would Lose Cheap Prison Labor 
  • For the First Time Ever, a Prosecutor Will Go to Jail for Wrongfully Convicting an Innocent Man 
  • State Constitution in Profile: Texas 
  • Abolitionist Profile: Bleeding Kansas

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Mississippi prison chief scandal



In This week's new slavery news,
State Constitution Profile: Tennessee Constitution PDF Abolitionist Profile: The anti-slavery crusaders of Prince Hall.

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Thursday, November 6, 2014

Former Florida prison psychotherapist George Mallinckrodt



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New Abolitionists Radio welcomes special guest George Mallinckrodt, licensed psychotherapist and author of the book, Getting Away With Murder, a story detailing the events surrounding the murder of Darren Rainey, the inmate who was boiled to death by prison guards at Dade County Correctional.

It's the day after mid-term elections and we will discuss some of the results- what's in the future for America's prison plantations?

We will feature an abolitionist profile, as well as our regular feature of a state constitution in profile- this week is South Dakota.

Thursday, October 30, 2014

The public execution of Milton Hall in Saginaw, Michigan



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In this week’s news:

Our state constitution in profile is South Carolina and our abolitionist in profile is Theodore S. Wright, (1797-1847).

New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate listeners to the glaring fact that slavery was never abolished and is still practiced by both states and the federation of states constituting the United States of America. The main purpose of this program to agitate for an end to 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking.


The radio program is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

New slaves forced to survive "The Killing Field"



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In this week’s news:

‘Killing Field': Prison gangs roam with homemade swords,
Union Federation Gets Vocal On Harsh Prison Sentencing: ‘It’s A Labor Issue’, Deaths, turmoil at troubled Florida women’s prison, Arizona Agrees to Settle Prison Health Care Suit.

 Our state constitution in profile is Pennsylvania and our abolitionists in profile is the Black Panther Party.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Modern Slavery in Oregon and Mega Banks investment in human trafficking



In addition to updates on recent news during the week, we will magnify the state constitution of Oregon to look for language pertaining to modern slavery as punishment for "crime" but we try to feature at least one abolitionist from the past. Tonight we look at the life and times of Charles Bennett Ray.

New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the FB group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery.

Thursday, October 2, 2014

Corcoran prison hunger strikers need help



International human rights activist and writer Annabelle Parker who resides in Netherlands recently visited a Corcoran prison in California. After meeting with a prisoner, she wrote up a report about the hunger strike 3 prisoners have went on to once again fight for not only their own medical care, some in life threatening situations, but for the human rights of all prisoners. Her report was published by the SFBayView black newspaper.

Prisoners in Corcoran have been conducting hunger strikes off and on against inhumane treatment for awhile and one elderly prisoner died in 2004. Corcoran prison staff is currently preventing doctors from treating these three men involved in the current hunger strike. Parker said this is retaliation for the hunger strikes they participated in the last time the prisoners went on hunger strikes for human rights. Our abolitionist in profile is George Latimer and our state profile is Oklahoma.

New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Paddy rollers go free in John Crawford killing



Join us as we discuss news related to modern day slavery and human trafficking straight from news headlines. We will start with the case of the paddy roller cops who a grand jury said was justified in the killing of John Crawford III and the media attempts to pacify the public and tamp down on the outrage. Our profile in Abolitionism is the Boston Vigilance Committee and our state constitution is Ohio, the state where John Crawford III was shot down like a rabid dog in the street.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

The Conspiracy of Slavery


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In the News: Police brutality and domestic violence are obviously linked, the NC solitary lockdown and it's profit driven motives, black men shot by police disproportionately in major cities, the modern slave plantation populations are growing larger.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio w/ Jamel Mims of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network



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New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Tonight's guests is artist and educator Jamel Mims who in 2008 was awarded a Fulbright to study hip-hop in China. His research resulted in The Misadventures of MC Tingbudong, a participant-observant study and multimedia ethnography, exhibited in New York and Beijing. Work from visual arts to political expression, with themes of youth culture, social transformation, and the urban environment. Jamel is a member of the NYC Revolution Club, and an organizer of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network. Our abolitionist in profile is Joseph Cinquez 1814 - 1879 and our state constitution in profile is North Carolina.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

Ferguson rebellion w/ Alvin C Jacobs Jr & Deadbeat Poet



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We were joined by photo journalist Alvin C Jacobs Jr & Deadbeat Poet to discuss Ferguson and what they witnessed firsthand on the ground.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

How Michael Brown's murder fits into 21st Century Slavery



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Tonight we share the latest news on 21st Century Slavery & Human Trafficking and explain how Michael Brown's murder and the occupation of Ferguson by racist cops is related to the ongoing African Holocaust in America.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Cops and Prison Guards maintaining modern day slavery



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New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the Facebook group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery.

Our abolitionist in profile this week is Robert Morris (1824-1882). Our state in profile will be New Hampshire.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

Private enslavers bragging about how much profit they made this quarter



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Tonight we will listen to a portion of the private enslaver GEO Group's quarterly earnings call as they brag about how much money their making off 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking and all the great opportunities arising from the increase in females getting enslaved. We will also examine the state constitution of Nevada. Our abolitionist in profile is Peter H. Clark.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Is jailing drug addicts cruel and unusual punishment?



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onight we will be joined by youth and substance abuse counselor Shareef Hameed and possibly Cree Seven to discuss case law from the 1960s that Shareef came across while studying in college that say that jailing a drug addict is a form of cruel and unusual punishment.. We invite your calls to share your opinions on the matter as well as Jury Nullification as a means to free the enslaved.
We will of course feature an abolitionist, William Wells Brown, 1814?-1884 and and a state constitution, Nebraska.

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Open Forum To Abolish Slavery In America


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News stories related to 21st Century slavery and a profile abolitionist Osborne Perry Anderson. Our slavery in state constitution profile is Montana.

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Open Forum To Abolish Slavery In America


Open forum and news stories related to an aspect of modern day slavery in America.

Our abolitionist in profile is Assata Shakur and our state profile is Missouri.

Thursday, July 10, 2014

w/ Prof. Peter Linebaugh & Dr. Jahi Issa



On tonight’s episode of New Abolitionists Radio we welcome Prof. Peter Linebaugh who is an American Marxist historian who specializes in British history, Irish history, labor history, and the history of the colonial Atlantic. He is a member of the Midnight Notes Collective. We will also ask him about the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution which he says did not abolish slavery as taught.

Then we will be joined by Dr. Jahi Issa, formerly an Assistant Professor of History and Africana Studies at Delaware State University (a Historically Black College – HBCU) published an accurate and thought provoking article entitled, “The Ethnic Cleansing of Historically Black Colleges & Universities in the Age of Obama.” He is a victim of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking and will tell us all about it.

As we do every week we will discuss a few news stories making headlines and profile a state constitution (Mississippi) and an abolitionists (Titus Cornelius (c. 1753-1780).

This and more tonight on New Abolitionists Radio!

New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Thursday, July 3, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 7/2/2014



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We will be joined tonight by two guest speakers. New Abolitionists Radio welcomes J Justin and Gwen Ragsdale. Curators of the “Lest We Forget” – Black Holocaust Museum. Home to the private Ragsdale collection of slavery artifacts and Jim Crow memorabilia owned by J. Justin & Gwen Ragsdale. The exhibit includes authentic slave shackles, chains, whips, branding irons and other items that were used for human bondage and punishment. It also includes numerous objects from the Jim Crow era that negatively depict Blacks. The museum is in need of funds for maintenance and other renovations. You can donate through their GoFund Me campaign. Mrs. Ragsdale is also the author of PECULIAR RELATIONSHIPS, a fictional novel that describes the evolving relationships between black women and white women from slavery to current day. You can purchase it on Amazon.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 6/25/2014




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Mark Clements of No More Death Penalty out of Chicago joins us to discuss police brutality and other related issues in the Chicago area.

In 1981 Mark Clements was a 16 year old juvenile who was kidnapped by cops and taken to Area Three Violent Crime Unit. Mark's parents where not notified of his detainment and he was subsequently tortured by Chicago police into falsely confessing to an arson fire that killed four people. He served 28 years inside the Illinois Department of Corrections on a natural life sentence before his sentence and conviction were overturned.

Chicago Police tortures in the city of Chicago under Jon Burge first occurred in 1972. Burge and his subordinates went on to beat and torture as many as 200 African American and Latino men getting them all to confess to crimes they all say they did not commit.

Mark played a very key role in Jon Burge being found guilty for perjury and obstruction of Justice in which he was found guilty and sentence to four and a half years. Burge will be released from a North Carolina prison in October, 2014. Burge nor any one of his subordinates have ever been charged with the tortures.

Today Mark is a wrongful conviction coordinator with the Chicago Alliance Against Racist and Political Repression and the administrator over the Campaign to End the Death Penalty.

Mark can be reached via Facebook at Mark A. Clements and on twitter @Prisonerspeaks or by telephone at 1-847-276-1382.

• In Charleston, SC Witnesses Say Cops Made a Teen Kneel Down and then Shot Him in the Back. We discuss the story.

• In Philadelphia Cops Vow to Arrest You For Pot, Even If New Bill Tells Them Not To.

• A caller last week told us that Florida has a racketeering law entitled, Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization, referred to as the Florida RICO Act. And it’s being used against teenagers. We checked it out. Yohanan has the story

• Today's State Constitution profile is Michigan
and our Abolitionist in profile is the real "Uncle Tom" Josiah Henson (June 15, 1789 – May 5, 1883)

Expect all that and more tonight on New Abolitionists Radio

New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Thursday, June 19, 2014

Weekly 6/18/2014



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• Comedian Stephen Colbert discusses modern legalized slavery in excruciating detail during his segment “The Word aka Debt Penalty” It’s all so very funny. At the end of our introduction we’ll let you hear what he says. We’re all in on the joke anyway.

 • June 17th marks the 40th anniversary of Nixon's commencement declaration of the war on drugs. Success or failure depends on who you ask. Today abolitionists answer that question.

 • The historic Bradshaw Cemetery (A final resting place for the “bodies of slaves and African Americans who fought in wars and were denied a proper burial) located in Houston, Texas was bulldozed without its owners consent and now the family is searching for answers. Scotty has the story.

 • The Border Patrol. It even sounds ominous. MSNBC’s Rachel Maddows report “What is the Border Patrol hiding inside its ‘black box’?” shocked me and most of America I’m sure, so I looked deeper. Let me tell you some of the things I found out.

 • This week we also note The 40 year anniversary of the immigration aspect of the war on drugs. Yohanan tells us about a vote last week to remove the bed quotas. What’s a bed quota? Yes. This is certainly something you want to know.

 • Speaking of so many anniversaries. Tomorrow is Junteenth. Yea… lets talk about that from an abolitionists perspective.

 • Prison labor’s new frontier: Artisanal foods” That’s what the FORTUNE online magazine said. We think this might need some propaganda to English translations.

 • Today's State Constitution profile is Maine and our Abolitionist in profile is Elijah Parish Lovejoy (November 9, 1802 – November 7, 1837)

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 6/11/2014



Join Max, Yohanan and Scotty as they discussed news related to 21st Century Slavery and human trafficking.

Tonight's Profiles:

 Does the Louisiana State Constitution abolish slavery and involuntary servitude? 

Abolitionists: Eliza Simmons Bryant (1827 – May 13, 1907) New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Thursday, June 5, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 6/4/2014


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Our main stories for June 4, 2014 are:

We've been asking Law enforcement & DOJ employees to come clean and some are doing just that.

• In a huffungton post article Judge Jed Rakoff, who sits on the Federal District Court in Manhattan, said tens of thousands of innocent people are pleading guilty because they fear they will serve much longer sentences in prison if they don't cooperate with prosecutors. • And Former Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy Gilbert Michel recounts brutalizing inmates with other workers at Men's Central Jail, then falsifying reports.

 • Thursday, May 29th, Congressman Cohen introduced an amendment to the Fiscal Year 2015 Commerce, Justice, and Science Appropriations bill that would reverse devastating cuts to the Legal Services Corporation (LSC), which helps those who cannot afford high-priced attorneys navigate the justice system. Scotty gives us the details.

 • Baltimore, Ma enacts a youth curfew with a decision to create “Connection centers” for police to “drop them off”. After the apparent success of the saggin pants are a crime propaganda you know we had to weigh in on this.

• A special guest joins our conversation on Modern Day Slavery & Human trafficking. Derrick Abyss Graham He is a Peabody Award winning Spoken Word Artist of the Year (2013), the 1st Poet on 106th and Park. (AJ & Free) and The ONLY Poet on a CD with PRINCE. Yes THAT Prince. He is also a Gospel Choice Awards performer who has appeared on HBO Def Poetry, BET Lyric CafĂ© and more. Abyss is a word warrior out of Atlanta, GA who uses his art to enact change. It’s Acid Gospel.

 • Today's State Constitution profile is Kentucky. and our Abolitionist in profile is James Preston Washington

 New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery

Thursday, May 29, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 5/28/2014


Our main stories for May 28, 2014 are:

• Pardonable Offenses? Over 12,000 people — 85 percent of whom are African-Americans are still in prison behind outdated crack laws and they are celebrating the possible release of only 14.

• Speaking of 14, NYC Officers insist 14 year old Javier Payne spoke disrespectfully to them and for that he was thrown through a window, had his lung pierced and was treated like road kill as he lay bleeding to death.

• The Lawsuits are settled over the Oscar Grant murder, only a couple of years later and his killer is a free man. Now we know what it costs for modern slaver catchers to kill a young brother in cold blood on camera in a snuff film for the whole world to see.

• Jacksonville Florida plans to search 18,000 homes and throws the constitution out the window, going house-to-house looking for drugs, guns and money that they say they plan to keep.

• Also in Florida we tell you about Darren Rainey who was Cooked To Death In Scalding Shower As punishment by Dade county Prison Guards

• We lost a great humanitarian, activist, and poet today with sister Maya Angelou’s passing. As a tribute, Max will recite one of her poems during our closing statements.

• Today’s State Constitution profile is Kansas. We’re up to the “K’s” now and definite patterns are forming in regards to individual states and their constitutional allowances for modern day slavery.• Our Abolitionist in profile and honored ancestor is Caroline Still Wiley Anderson (1848-1919).

Thursday, May 15, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 5/14/2014



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Our main stories for May 14th 2014 are: • The CCA Corrections Corporation Of America had it’s quarterly Earning call. Yohanan breaks down the information and some connections. • Prison Labor BOOMS as unemployment remains high and companies reap the profits. • It’s simple math. 23 Miami cops fire 377 bullets killing two men who had zero guns and injuring two police in the process almost killing one. • What is CCA? In their ongoing efforts to expose prison profiteers The ACLU drops facts and we share them today. • In the state newspaper an article by guest columnist Victoria Middleton Millicent brown says: “On this week’s 60th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision striking down de jur segregation, the school-to-prison pipeline once again is teaching children of color that they are indeed separate and that they are certainly not equal.” We pour salt in that wound with a report on the one person of Color sitting on the CCA board of directors. • Bold Blue Magazine publishes a great story by Madison Paige about the New Abolitionists and the modern Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery. • In our state by state examination this week we review the Indiana state constitution for slavery language. The home of our friend Rev Mmoja Ajabu who recently ran for congress in Indiana on an abolitionist platform. • Our abolitionists in profile will be Harriet Jacobs (1813 –1897)

Thursday, May 8, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 5/7/2014




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• AG Erik Holder announces The Department of Justice will begin collecting law-enforcement data on stops, searches and arrests made in some U.S. cities to evaluate racial discrimination. • A Congressman gets inspired by the kids for cash movie and finds out the U.S. Sends 2 Million Kids to Prison Every Year. He wants immediate change but lacks the support. • 3 times in 3 cities in 3 years Cops have Claimed a young man Shot Himself in the Head While Handcuffed in Back Seat of Patrol Car. We’ll tell you the names. • Meet Sean Attwood. The 6 foot 5 Christian prisoner who protects inmates from rapists. We’ll share the story. • Tennessee Enacts Laws To Incarcerate Pregnant Women Who Use Drugs. • We share the results for Abolitionist Ajabu Amoja’s run for congress in Indiana. • In our state by state examination this week we review the Illinois state constitution for slavery language. • Our abolitionists in profile will be Thomas Jennings 1791 -1856

Friday, May 2, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 4/30/2014




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Three men who spent a combined 66 years behind bars for crimes they did not commit are again urging investigators to reopen cases handled by an allegedly corrupt former detective. One of those men, Sundhe Moses will join us on this broadcast.

Thursday, April 24, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 4/23/2014




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Join Max, Yohanan and Scotty as they share some of the weekly news reports related to 21st Century Slavery & Human Trafficking in the United States and abroad. Each week the hosts review a state constitution to see if it has language related to slavery and human trafficking and a weekly profile of a past or present abolitionist. 

• Alabama prisoners say "No!" to slave labor and plan a work stoppage. We take a look at the Free Alabama Movement's claims and their demands, as well as the reply from the Alabama State Senator, who says he is all for reform. 
 
• Have you heard the tragic story of Jerry Hartfield? He's the Texas inmate who has been waiting 34 years for a new trial- even though his conviction was overturned in 1980 by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeal. The judge says since he never asked for a new trial, he never got one. The details on this case will amaze you. 

• Solitary confinement has long been derided as an inhumane and ineffective method of rehabilitating convicted individuals- yet it remains one of the primary forms of punishment used behind prison walls. We'll review the latest reports from the Government Accountability Office (GAO), the BUREAU OF PRISONS and the Department of Justice- who all demonstrate how solitary is not working. 

 • An Arkansas ex-cop is killed while trying to set an anti-corruption blogger’s hot dog cart on fire- justice served? We'll share the details. 

 • We send up well wishes for the peaceful rest of Rubin "The Hurricane" Carter, who passed away April 20th. He served 20 years for a triple murder he did not commit. His story was famously recounted in the movie The Hurricane, portrayed by Denzel Washington in an Oscar nominated performance. We'll tell you about The Hurricane's one last wish before dying. 

Tonight we will examine the state of Hawaii's constitution, the birthplace of the current U.S. President Barack Obama, and analyze how it addresses the issue of slavery and involuntary servitude. 

Our abolitionists in profile is a interesting character who used books and activism to promote the anti-slavery cause in the early to mid 1800s. Lydia Maria Francis Child was born February 11, 1802 and died at the age of 78 on October 20, 1880. She was described as a prolific writer and controversial giving her stance on White Supremacy particularly racist white males as those most responsible for the mistreatment of Africans and women.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

New Abolitionists Radio Weekly 4/16/2014



Join Max, Yohanan and Scotty as they share some of the weekly news reports related to 21st Century Slavery & Human Trafficking in the United States and abroad. Each week the hosts review a state constitution to see if it has language related to slavery and human trafficking and a weekly profile of a past or present abolitionist. New Abolitionists Radio seeks to educate the public and agitate for an end of 21st Century Slavery and Human Trafficking. It is an extension of the group Move To Abolish 21st Century Slavery


Thursday, April 10, 2014

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Private prison protesters target GEO Group CEO George Zoley at Florida home




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Join us on New Abolitionists Radio as we discuss some the latest news related to 21st Century Slavery & Human Trafficking.