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You can listen to the Black Republican, Black Democrat Show at 6pm CST this Saturday via the iHeartRadio app on iTunes or tune into AM 1130/FM 103.5 – Twin Cities News Talk.” Black Jedi Radio Network©
The question today is, what will president Trump do to make America great for black Americans. The liberal protest is out in full strength comparing Trump’s immigration stance to what he’s going to do next to people of color.
You can listen to the Black Republican, Black Democrat Show at 6pm CST this Saturday via the iHeartRadio app on iTunes. Search “Twin Cities News Talk – AM 1130.” Black Jedi Radio Network© By Black Politics in Minnesota
Don Allen and Jamar Nelson are pleased to announce the return of the Black Talk Radio Jedi on the “Black Republican, Black Democrat Show. The political talk show will feature resident conservative Black-American, Donald Allen and “supporter of everything Democrat” and all around nice liberal Jamar Nelson. The duo will be co-hosting the Twin Cities News Talk AM 1130, FM 103.5 on Saturday’s at 6pm CST. Audiences may also listen online using the #iHeart Radio app (search for Twin Cities News Talk). The Black Republican, Black Democrat Show features in-depth conversations about education, community accountability, current events, election news and of course…politics.
While low educational attainment was bad for everyone, the health effect was worse for white people than for black people. In the same study we found that the additional risk of mortality associated with low education is 30 percent larger for whites than blacks.
If we look at Postmodernism, we also need to consider Reconstructivism, which is a philosophical theory holding that societies should continually reform themselves in order to establish more perfect governments or social networks. This ideology…
While students on college campuses remain in one-party-classroom shock, and president elect Trump’s popularity grows exponentially, let’s pay close attention to what’s happening within the White-male patriarchal system of checks and balances…
What’s “horrifying” is that a mayor who promised to end veterans’ homelessness; wealth gaps and address the lack of equity inside and outside the city of Minneapolis would idea, publish and distribute such propaganda to the citizens of Minneapolis. How the mayor connects “Japanese Internment Camps” to the current state of terrorism and the election of the new president is a stretch to say the least. Hodges, like the mainstream media are trapped in an alternative universe bounded by sensationalism and driven forward by racism, hate and the ability to capture simple-minded scare-tactics in an effort to cause more marches, blocking of highways and the tainting of young minds that might be better served learning the historical meaning of a Trump presidency, which I’m sure is not a concern in the least.
…during the interview, the MUL’s Belton corrected the host of the show who seemed not to have his information correct. “The community (Black folks) did not get $35 million; the $35 million was distributed across the state. The north Minneapolis agency EMERGE and its leadership was asked to take the lead on the $4.2 million that was allocated,” said Belton.