Thursday, November 26, 2015

The fraud of the Congressional 13th Amendment Commemoration

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Tune in for two hours of news, information and commentary concerning legalized slavery and human trafficking. Due to unforeseen circumstances, our America is Ferguson Series will continue next week.

Tonight our top story will be the continued fraud of the US Congress commemorating the passage of the 13th Amendment to the US Constitution that despite popular myths, did not abolish slavery and human trafficking associated with the slave trade. House Speaker Paul Ryan announced via his website that “On Wednesday, December 9, congressional leaders will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 13th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which formally abolished slavery in the United States.”

As Chicago marches to demand fundamental changes in the city and an end to systemic police criminality after the video of Laquan McDonald being murdered by Chicago police thug Jason Van Dyke, another story that was reported earlier this year is gaining attention again. A Burger King district manager is once again telling the media that after McDonald was killed in the street near one of the restaurants, four to five cops came in and asked to see video footage captured on store cameras and after they left, they had deleted almost an hour of the footage showing the execution. There is no known investigation into the conspiracy to cover up the murder of the 17 yr-old teenager. Will the

Feds finally start tracking the true number of people killed or shot by police in the United States? Considering US Attorney General Lorretta Lynch’s recent rejection of requiring police to report shootings to the feds, many activist remain skeptical.

A Sherriff blames jail overcrowding on the for-profit prison and jail industry.

This week’s Rider of the 21st Century Underground Railroad is Donald Eugene Gates, a man who spent 27 years in jail after being wrongly convicted of a crime he didn’t commit.

Our Abolitionist in profile tonight is evangelist, abolitionist, and feminist, Sojourner Truth (c. 1797-1883) Expect all of that and more tonight on New Abolitionists Radio!

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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Open Forum on ending legalized slavery in the USA

11-18-2015 6-33-33 PM

Unfortunately, Max will not be with us tonight as his wife and partner in abolitionism suffered a medical emergency and has been hospitalized. Please keep Tribal Raine in your thoughts and prayers.
Tonight will host open phone lines and an open forum on the issue of legalized slavery and human trafficking. We will also share news related to the issue.

A couple of stories we will look at are as follows...

Pennsylvania was sued by political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal over the withholding of medicine from prisoners by prison officials. Oral arguments were heard today in the case Abu-Jamal v. Kerestes.

Twelve students from Black Students United — a student-run umbrella organization representing the interests of black Cornellians — entered President Elizabeth Garrett’s office Tuesday to submit a letter outlining demands for the University to divest its endowment from interests based in prisons and mass incarceration.

California officials voted on Thursday to divert US$500 million to open new jails, replacing jail beds with medical and mental health beds. Criminal justice and civil rights activists protested the decision, which counters the purpose of the popular Proposition 47, passed last year to re-classify low-level felonies to misdemeanors and redirect funds to reduce recidivism.

The Ohio ACLU reported on a new trending issue within the jails that involves inmates being forced to pay fees during incarceration.

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Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Remembering the vets behind bars over unjust laws and politics


November 11th 2015: Today is Veterans Day and in case you didn’t know it, veterans make up 3/4s of a million people in our for-profit prisons today. Nothing says thank you for your service like being baked to death” inside a sweltering jail cell on Rikers Island as was the case with homeless veteran Jerome Murdough whose only crime was trying to stay warm outdoors on a cold night. The truth is millions of Americans are not enjoying the freedoms they gave their lives to gain. No one is safe from slavery. Not even our veterans.

• How bad is the problem of mass incarceration for military veterans? Let me read you a quote: "A conference, sponsored by the Justice for Vets division of the National Association of Drug Court Professionals, focuses on veterans involved in the criminal justice system as a result of substance abuse and mental health problems. There are some grim statistics behind this issue: One in six returning veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan suffers from a substance abuse disorder; since 2004, the number of veterans treated for mental illness and substance abuse has increased 38 percent, and 81 percent of arrested veterans had a substance abuse problem." "VA Secretary Eric Shinseki, in his keynote speech at the conference Monday, said that homelessness also stands out as another key factor for incarceration. He said, “nearly 58,000 [veterans] are estimated to be homeless on any given night. I am told that incarceration is the No. 1 predictor of homelessness." From our story tonight -VA AND DEFENSE CHIEFS CONFRONT REALITY OF 700,000 INCARCERATED VETERANS

• In a research article by Scotty Reid we discovered that US taxpayers are spending an estimated $15,653,500,000.00 dollars per year to incarcerate veterans over non-violent drug offenses.

• The GEO Group and CCA, two of America’s top private prison enslavers had their quarterly earnings report and as usual Yohanan will give us the breakdown from the transcripts. If you want prophesies of prisons these are the men and women who will tell you where things are going. Straight from the enslavers mouths.

• In our America is Ferguson Series we examine the state of New Hampshire today.

• This week’s Rider of the 21st Century Underground Railroad is Alfred Dewayne Brown, who spent 10 long years in a texas prison for a murder he did not commit and Our Abolitionist in profile tonight is the first African American diplomat Ebenezer D. Bassett, (1833-1908)

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Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Alabama puts a new biological twist on legalized human trafficking


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