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“This Country was built on racism” Tonight on this weeks Conversation Of A Sistah


In October 1921, President Warren G. Harding, condemned lynchings—illegal hangings committed primarily by white supremacists against African Americans in the Deep South. A progressive Republican president who advocated full civil rights for African Americans and suffrage for women. He supported the Dyer Anti-lynching Bill in 1920.

The 1920s was a period of intense racism in the American South, characterized by frequent lynchings. In fact, the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) reported that, in 1920, lynching claimed, on average, the lives of two African Americans every week.

This country was built on racism but since the death of George Floyd, public & political leaders have been focused on the civil disturbances across our country.

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“Murder, Protest, Murder, then Repeat” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Before the death of George Floyd, America had perfected the art of demonizing and justifying the killing of black men. It’s the color of the skin and the place where they reserve the right to police you and your presence.

Ahmad Arbury was jogging while black when he was murdered by two self-proclaimed racist supposedly making a citizen’s arrest. They claimed he was trespassing and looked like a burglar seen in the neighborhood recently.

Black men are viewed as angry, aggressive, violent and dangerous, they are seen as a threat to society here in AmeriaKKa in more ways than one. The black man is haunted and killed with no reasonable resolve except murder.

It’s systematic racism, the stories are all the same, hyped up to demonize the black man, to justify his killing.

So just like the sixties, we now protest and March, while they murder and we repeat….As another black man, Rayshard Brooks was killed by a cop in Atlanta last weekend.

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“No Justice-No Peace, The Pulse of AmeriKKKa” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


Minneapolis, MN May 29: Peaceful protesters, including Actor and comedian Nick Cannon celebrated the memory of George Floyd and demanded justice outside the Cup Foods store on Chicago Avenue in South Minneapolis where Floyd died at the hands of police. (Photo by Brian Peterson/Star Tribune via Getty Images)

This country is in utter turmoil. There have been protests in 25 states across AmeriKKKa since the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer in Minneapolis, Minnesota just a week ago. Floyd’s murder is added to the growing list of so many other black men and women killed in custody at the hands of police.

All 4 officers on the scene have been fired for standing idly by and watching their fellow officer choke the life out of Floyd with his knee on his neck for a total of 8 minutes and 46 seconds. Black America is outraged as these events of racism have reached a boiling point. In the midst of protest rippled across US cities, president Trump has called on the national guard as a tougher response, since looting and violent clashes have hijacked the protestors purpose.

Governors in 28 states and the District of Columbia had called in the National Guard as of Tuesday morning, deploying more than 20,400 troops to focus on containing the unrest, over 3,000 more than the day before.

The pulse of America has reached it’s boiling point and we’re talking about it on ‘Conversations Of A Sistah6:30 p.m. EST. on Blog Talk Radio.

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“Harassed & Killed while Black” Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”


MINNEAPOLIS, MN,- MAY 26: People face off with police near the Minneapolis 3rd Police Precinct.

Two incidents took place this week, one in New York City and the other in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

A huge “I can’t breath” rally took place in Minnesota after the death of George Floyd who died in police custody. Four Minneapolis police officers have been fired after a video taken by a bystander was posted on social media showing Floyd’s neck being pinned to the ground by an officer as he repeatedly said, “I can’t breathe”. Floyd was later pronounced dead after being transported to Hennepin County Medical Center. Over 1000 people attended a rally outside the 3rd Precinct Police Station in Minneapolis, Minnesota to protest the death of George Floyd who died in police custody.

Then on Monday in Central Park, Christian Cooper (pictured left above) was bird watching when a white woman (pictured right) made a frantic 911 call on a Black man for asking her to leash her dog. The woman was later fired after the video went viral throughout social media.

We’re discussing it all tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah” at 6:30 p.m. EST and taking your calls in the studio at 516-595-8098.

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