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Soul Progressive Sundays – September 13, 2015 (Radio #0007)

Soul Progressive Sundays - This week we discussed:

  • All caller/listener driven show!
  • James Blake vs NYPD
  • Nia Long bashed for advocating #alllivesmatter
    • #blacklivesmatter vs #alllivesmatter
  • Long Island woman sent to psyche ward for owning a BMW
  • Ben Carson is an apologist for the white supremacist psyche.
  • Stump for Trump sisters
  • Discussion on interracial relationships
  • The enslavement of black men in prisons
  • and much more

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Our Call-In Number is Always: (323) 642-1221

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H-Soul Ashemu
H-Soul Ashemu

H-Soul "Soul" Ashemu is a prolific writer, speaker, progressive social activist, and communications professional with more than 20 years of experience as an award-winning columnist and radio/television journalist. Soul also lived in Ghana, West Africa for over ten years working in the non-profit and governmental sectors as a communication specialist. Currently, Soul is the producer of two-online publications and a syndicated TV show by the same name Soul Progressive. Soul attended Howard University and USC Luskins School.

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