Thursday, March 26, 2015

The UN Blocked And More Shots Fired By Cops

March 25th 2015… Today Our guest tonight will be entrepreneur, publisher, political organizer, and strategist Madison Paige. Madison facilitated the article publishing the goals of the New Abolitionists Movement in a 2014 edition of Bold Blue Magazine.

Our stories for tonight’s program include; · Missouri, Representative Emanuel Cleaver has come out with legislation he says will help keep the police under control by introducing a bill which would make “policing for profit ticket schemes” a federal civil rights crime. · Why won’t the US let the U.N. look inside its prisons? After a half-decade and a mandate by the U.N. to investigate solitary confinement practices, U.N. torture rapporteur Juan Mendez had to find a backdoor into an American jails. On March 16th his findings were released in a detailed report. Let’s examine it together. ·

Tonight we introduce a new weekly segment to be researched, reviewed and chronicled over the remainder of 2015. Once again, state by state we will closely examine incarceration statistics and uncover economic exploitation by state and local officials involved in unconstitutional, unlawful and illegal practices against American citizens in order to use the law as a revenue generator and racist population control tool. It’s called “Ferguson is everywhere.”

Tonight we begin with Alabama Is Ferguson.

Our Abolitionist in Profile will be Theodore Sedgwick Wright (1797-1847)

This week’s Rider Of The 21st Century Underground Railroad is Angel Gonzalez, whose rape and kidnapping convictions were reversed on March 9th 2015 based on DNA testing proving his innocence! Angel, who served close to 21 years for crimes he did not commit. Expect all of that and more tonight on New Abolitionists Radio. 

Thursday, March 5, 2015

The Fed's Report on Ferguson

Tonight on New Abolitionists Radio we will be joined by our Guest Heather Chapman from FL. Heathers son Nikko was arrested at 19 and placed into solitary confinement during his 10 year plea bargained mandatory sentence. He eventually became catatonic for a time. He's responsive now but barely holding onto life. His mother is not receiving any updates and is not allowed to see him. It’s a personal face on a personal story of what so many Americans face daily. We are not just a list of percentages. These are people with lives worthy of respect and dignity. We’ll hear heathers story tonight.

 • Attica Prison Guards Plead Guilty To Misconduct After Beating Inmate. The ending of this story will not shock you. It should but it won’t.

 • The Ferguson Justice report has been leaked and shows at least 7 clear ways Ferguson police violated the Constitution. We can name two more. Slavery and human trafficking.

 • A Video surfaces of a Fla. deputy dragging a mentally ill inmate through courthouse by shackles on her legs. She begs not to be beaten “again”. You have to hear this.

 • In a stunning move by a US newspaper The New York Times is calling for the investigation and indictment of the Bush Administration for war crimes. We’ll tell you how this can affect the abolitionist’s movement.

 Our Abolitionist in Profile will be Emma J. Atkinson of Chicago, (circa 1847)

 This week’s Rider Of The 21st Century Underground Railroad is Ray Krone who was released from prison and on April 24th 2008 after 10 years of wrongful incarceration for murder, kidnapping, and sexual assault.