There are no accolades that I can give which haven’t already been uttered on this brother’s behalf… The Guinness World Record he received for being continually on the air for 65 years [in 2009] is a testament to his genius. He lasted on the air for so long because he loved what he did and the recipients of that love gave it right back.
To lose a life under these circumstances is untenable, and to have the shooters let off of the hook repeatedly is uncivilized. It’s important to all people of color. It’s also important to the general society who allows people to continue in this barbaric manner. It redefines the meaning of civil society.
This Prezi, which also represents Part 1 of my final for English is a synopsis of the case at this point. The FCC’s comment period ended in September. They are supposed to announce their results before the end of the year. Stay tuned; this affects us all.
During the last week of September, Monsanto’s lobbyists took over Capital Hill to prevent it from being obligated to judicial oversight. This was another clause someone tried to add into the bill to avoid the government shutdown, but it didn’t make it. It was called the Monsanto Protection Act.
Remember, the “I Have a Dream” speech was really about the bounced check that America owes to African-Americans.