Cinque Brown, a down ass brotha and very good friend of Supa's, is co-host of The Communicators community talk show, on WHCR 90.3 FM in Harlem NY.
Support black radio and REAL information! Every Sunday on 90.3 FM 12-3 EST, or listen online at www.whcr.org.
Today's Line-up will be:
12-12:30 -Alonzo Gardener On James Brown having 50 Years in Music Business
12:30 -1:00 John Newton-John Newton - a senior we have just been told will soon be visited for an eighth time by the city marshals for an eviction -and Brooklyn's Judge Phillips - a senior who once owned the 'slave theater' and has been having his property ripped. His attorney Emani Taylor is being"persecuted" as Judge Leventhal is doing the sales.
1:00- 2:00 Kevin Keating (Producer/Director) and Williams Cole (Producer) of film http://www.giulianitime.com/Kevin Keating's chilling documentary examines Giuliani's rise to power, his policies and his so-called turn around of New York City. Interviewing journalists, activists, legal experts, and many of the city's poor,"Giuliani Time" reveals that while the Mayor touted his Broken Windows,Quality of Life and Zero Tolerance policies, the reality on the streets was police brutality, violations of the First Amendment and racist actions. Williams Cole has worked on a variety of network, cable and independent documentary film productions for CBS Eye on People, A&E/The History Channel,Nick Broomfield, Stephanie Black and Estela Bravo as well as a stint at the network news magazine Fox Files. He graduated from Columbia University and was a Fulbright Scholar at the London School of Economics where he earned anMSc in Media and Communications while working in the BBC Documentaries Department with Nick Fraser. His documentary in progress "SWAT Nation: TheRise of Paramilitary Policing in America" was invited into the 2000 IFP NoBorders program and he has produced and directed a number of short films.
2:00 -3:00 Dick Gregory-http://www.dickgregory.com/Dick Gregory was on the frontline in the sixties during the Civil Rights Era; today he continues to be a "drum major for justice and equality."
Gregory, Richard Claxton "Dick" (Born, October 12, 1932, St. Louis, Mo.), African American comedian and civil rights activist whose social satire changed the way white Americans perceived African American comedians since he first performed in public. Dick Gregory entered the national comedy scene in 1961 when Chicago's Playboy Club (as a direct request from publisher HughHefner) booked him as a replacement for white comedian, "Professor" Irwin Corey. Gregory's activism continued into the 1990s. In response to published allegations that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) had supplied cocaine to predominantly African American areas in Los Angeles, thus spurring the crack epidemic, Gregory protested at CIA headquarters and was arrested. In1992 he began a program called "Campaign for Human Dignity" to fight crime in St. Louis neighborhoods.In 1973, the year he released his comedy album Caught in the Act, Gregory moved with his family to Plymouth, Massachusetts, where he developed an interest in vegetarianism and became a nutritional consultant. In 1984, he founded Health Enterprises, Inc., a company that distributed weight loss products. In 1987, Gregory introduced the Slim-Safe Bahamian Diet, a powdered diet mix, which was immensely profitable.