The May 12th show is here:

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Here are some photos from the "Freedom University, held recently at GSU

Freedom University


Police Violence Project

Today, we launch The Police Use of Force Project, examining the ways in which police departments' use of force policies help to enable police violence. Visit the website at UseOfForceProject.org.

The Police Use of Force Project expands upon our initial recommendations in the "Limit Use of Force" section of our comprehensive platform to end police violence, Campaign Zero.

Our analysis discovered that police department use of force policies often fail to include common sense limits on how and when police use force against civilians. Most police departments in our analysis did not have policies that require officers to de-escalate situations, when possible, or refrain from using life-threatening moves such as chokeholds. Fewer than half require officers to intervene when they witness another officer using excessive force. And several of the nation's largest police departments don't even make their use of force policies public.

Our analysis also shows that while many police departments have adopted value statements claiming to prioritize the preservation of life, their actual use of force policies do not reflect this commitment. For example, while Baltimore City Police Department's use of force policy claims protecting life is its "highest priority," their training manual explicitly instructs officers, when deemed appropriate, to shoot unarmed civilians, recommending that police shoot areas of the body where it is most likely to result in death.

Review the latest study of police use of force policies by visiting UseofForceProject.org and also become familiar with the police use of force policy in your respective city. We have created the first comprehensive public database of police use of force policies and it is important that you familiarize yourself with them.




Past shows:

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Guests featured on our past shows, with links to audio (mp3)

May 5th, hour 1

Strange Fruit: the Lynching Museum in Mongomery

In Memoriam: Rev. Dr. Dames Cone

May 5, 2018; hour 1

May 12th, hour2

The Opioid Debate

May 5, 2018; hour 2

April 28; hour 1

Democracy: Death by Corruption of Kochs and the Billionaire Class

April 28, 2018; hour 1

April 29; hour 2

While Pruitt et al. Prevert the EPA, Clarkston's Ted Terry Fights Back

April 28, 2016; hour 2

April 21; hour 1

Pator Kenneth Glagow's fight for life; Nizis' brick wall in Newnan

April 21, 2018: hour 1

April 21; hur 2

Trump/Pence -- Gotta Go! No War in Syria

April 21, 2018; hour 2

April 14,; hour 1

The Third Reconstruction; Rev. William Barber on the Poor People's Campaign

April 14, 2018: hour 1

April 14; hour 2

Is Socialism Good for Black People?; Climate Change and the Syrian Civil War

April 14, 2018: hour 2

April 7; hour 1

King: 50 years on

April 7, 2018; hour 1

April 7; hour 2

Trump's war on the Environmental Prtection Agency

April 7, 2018; hour 2

March 31, 2018; hour 1

March for Our Lives: the struggle continues

March 31, 2016; hour 1

March 31, 2018; hour 2

America's Oligarchy under Trump

Marcch 31, 2018; hour 2

March 24; hour 1

March for Our Lives

March 24, 2018; hour 1

Maech 24, hour 2

March for Our Lives - Atlanta

March 24, 2018; hour 2

March 17; our 1

March for Our Lives: a Preview

March 17, 2018; hour 1

March 17; hour 2

50th Anniversary of the My Lai Massacre

March 17, 2018; hour 2


Here are a bunch of useful links to our supporters and collaborators:

Metro Atlanta Democratic Socialists of America: www.DSA-Atlanta.org

Peachtree NORML, (the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws), www.peachtreenorml.org,

Georgia Peace & Justice Coalition www.georgiapeace.org,

Move to Amend-Atlanta, email: catch22@gmail.com, phone: (404) 599-5759 web: www.movetoamend.org,

National Organization for Women-Jackie Rodriguez, phone-(678) 492-1086 president@georgianow.org,

Georgia NOW, National Now: www.now.org,

Revolution Books-Atlanta, Blog: http://rbo-atlanta.blogspot.com/?m=1,  Phone:770 861 3339, email: Revbooksatl@hotmail.com. web:  www.revcom.us,

Stop Mass Incarceration Network-New York, New York, www.stopmassincarceration.netStopMassIncarcerationATL@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/stopmassincarcerationnetwork, 347-979-SMIN 

Stop Mass Incarceration Network-Atlanta, GA, email:   StopMassIncarcerationATL@gmail.com, Blog: http://stopmassincarcerationatl.tumblr.com/, twitter:@AtLsmin, FB: http://facebook.com/stopmassincarcerationatl phone: 770-990-3214

Georgia Coalition to End the New Jim Crow, SMIN affiliate :FB:Georgia Coalition to End the New Jim Crow, email:GCENJC@gmail.com, phone:770-990-3214;


New Jim Crow Action Group-Atlanta, 

Bert Skellie-(404) 378-5883, email: bertskellie@gmail.com, web:  https://www.facebook.com/Newjimcrowatlanta

The Ordinary People Society, http://www.wearetops.org/, Pastor Kenneth Glasgow, phone:(334) 791-2433, email: topssociety@yahoo.com    

The National Coalition of Blacks for Reparations in America (NCOBRA) Atlanta Chapter- Jamoke Ifetayo, phone:(678) 437-7882, reparations_jay@yahoo.com, FB: https://m.facebook.com/ncobra.reparations?refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2Fncobra.reparations, National Website:http://ncobra.org/,

LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) http://www.leap.cc/

Amen RA Squad: webpage at http://amenrasquad.org/
Check them out on YouTube: Realblackatheist, Realblackatheist library
and Facebook: Realblackatheist study video's

Silvers Delight All Natural Juice: tel:404-567-6700; Fax 404-567-5601
website: www.letseat.at/SilversDelightt

Steve Eberhardt Photography: "The People's Photographer"