Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner…….It’s About More Than One Man!
The internet is filled with video and stories of the Police physically abusing or even killing citizens for minor violations, perceived disrespect, or nothing at all. These actions have led to mostly peaceful demonstrations of outrage across the country. The peaceful demonstrations in Ferguson went on unabated from the day of the killing of Michael Brown up until today. Yet it is the violence that gets the most coverage and the strongest reaction.
Today on Jaws of Justice Radio we talk with local people who are conducting daily demonstrations to remind people of the injustices that continue and the need to change police practices and in some cases laws. Our guest will be Monica Medeiros, one of the Lincoln High School students that stood up in silent protest to Governor Jay Nixon’s action or inaction in Ferguson Missouri. We hope to have another organizer of the local demonstration as well to explain why they are out on the street every night and what you can do to get involved.
Join members of One Struggle KC as they conduct a Direct Action training to prepare for future actions. Whether you are an experienced protester looking to refresh or are a newly minted activist, this training will provide useful skills and knowledge to have when exercising your First Amendment rights.
Wednesday, December 10th, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM.
St. Andrew United Methodist Church
4601 Benton Blvd
Kansas City, Missouri 64130
We Have Had a cancelltion of – Keith Carnes – Another Incarcerated Citizen Trying To Prove His Innocence.
The Bakhita Initiative with Sister Jeanne Christensen
Host Margot Patterson talks with Sister Jeanne Christiansen about the Bakhita Initiative and their coalition to fight Human Trafficking. We will learn about how to spot and report possible cases of human trafficking, what are the most prevalent kinds in our area and more.
http://bakhitainitiative.com/ Click on the US Sisters Against Human Trafficking Link
Calendar for the week of December 8th 2014
Missourians For Alternatives To The Death Penalty will be holding a vigil for Paul Goodwin at 47th and Main, KCMO on Tuesday December 9th from 4-5 PM. Missouri has scheduled Paul to be executed at 12:01 AM Wednesday even though his mental retardation should make him ineligible. If you want to make a plea for Paul you can call the Governor at 573-751-3222 or Attorney General Koster at 573-751-3321.
If you are interested in training and employment as a wharehouseman or Customer Service Representative, Check out www.WarehousemanTraining.com or www.customerservicetraining.education/ They have funding for training and employers needing employees.
Mothers of Incarcerated Sons and Daughters will have their monthly meeting Saturday, December 13th from noon to 2pm at the Waldo Branch Library, 201 East 75th Street, KCMO If you have a loved one that is incarcerated and need advice and support MISD have members that may be able to help.
The mission of Mothers In Charge is violence prevention, education and intervention for youth, young adults, families and community organizations. You can contact them at (816) 606-8110 or on Face Book to find out about their monthly meetings.
The Kansas City Chapter of Missouri Cure will meet Wednesday December 10th 7pm at the Waldo Library, 201 East 75th Street. You are welcome to come and find out more about their advocacy for incarcerated citizens.