Archive for April, 2012
This Sunday Morning Live, for the first time ever we will gather to remember the Los Angeles civil unrest from 1992.
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This week’s Lineup:
Tune in next week for Civil Unrest program
10:10 Hannibal Tabu: Tech & Pop “It’s Komplicated” www.Komplicated.com Today he talks about flying cars and celebrity birthdays. They are here! All that and more!
10:15: Candid Moments with Dr. Kwaku www.DrKwaku.com–Bob Marley and Us
10:35 Darlene Donloe, Entertainment—Julius Tennon, husband of Viola Davis talks about the couples plans. Also the play Camp Logan. www.donloeslowdown.blogspot.com
10:50 Saving the Children of Sierra Leone’s Diamond Mines with Adisa Septuri, Finaza–Interviewed by Isidra Person-Lynn, SML Host and Producer www.finazafoundation.org
11:10 Derrick Angus–The Secret of the Healing Greens at Derrick’s Jamaican Cuisine, in L.A. www.DerricksJamaican.com
11:20 Artist Synthia Saint James: Part 2 of a Great Conversation www.SynthiaSaintJames.com
Noon: Outro: Enjoy your Sunday! Don’t forget to support the Crenshaw H.S. Digital MediaTeam at the L.A. Times Festival of Books.
Dr. Kwaku’s Interview with Bob Marley
A Day Without Mines by Adisa Septuri
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April 6 go see We the Party! Hear Mario Van Peebles on Film Gordon: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/filmgordon/2012/04/05/keeping-it-reel-12
Yeah, What About the Many Black and Brown Youth Killed By Each Other?
The question has been asked repeatedly: Why are Blacks and Browns so up in arms about Trayvon Martin when hundreds of our youth are killed BY blacks and browns seemingly everyday? Yeah, what about that?
Tackling the hard questions: Legally speaking about the Trayvon Martin case will be Atty. Stephen A. Smith from Florida.
Then about the Kendrec Mc Dade shooting from the Pasadena area is Randy Jurado Ertll. He’s the Executive Director of El Centro de Accion Social
Also Vickie Lindsey, founder of Project Cry No More who has lost a son. She will answer the question about what about all those kids killed in black on black crime?
Hannibal Tabu: Tech & Pop: It’s Komplicated www.Komplicated.com
And Dr. Kwaku shares a Candid Moment in History with you.
Sunday Morning Live #69:
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10:00 AM Welcome
10:05 Hannibal Tabu: Tech & Pop It’s Komplicated www.Komplicated.com
10:15 Darlene Donloe: Audio from We the Party, Press Event with Mario Van Peebles, his son’s major acting debut Mandela Van Peebles and more. www.DonloesLowdown.Blogspot.com
10:30 Isidra Person-Lynn interviews Atty. Stephen A. Smith, Principal, S.A. Smith Legal, Jacksonville, Florida.
Adela Baraja, FounderL.A.U.R.A. www.laurala.org
Randy Jurado Ertll:
Director of El Centro de Accion Social www.ElCentroPasadena.org
Author of Hope in the Times of Darkness
His website: www.RandyJuradoErtll.com
There you can order the book!
Signatures now totaling 2,206,048 out of 2,500,000
Petitioning: Florida Attorney General (+ 3 others)
For: Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton (Trayvon’s Parents)
Joe Oliver Being Grilled by Lawrence O’Donnell (Watch the 2nd interview. Priceless!)
Trayvon Martin Shooting: Voice Experts Claim Teen’s Cries, Not Zimmerman’s, Can Be Heard On 911 Call(HuffPo) Kendrec McDade (The 19 Year-Old Shot by Police in Pasadena CA) Kendrec McDade: How an unarmed 19-year-old died in a hail of police bullets
‘I want answers,’ says McDade’s mother, Anya Slaughter.