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People Before Politics Radio-Episode 7

Real Talk For The Community

episode 7BlackWestchester.com presents…The People Before Politics Radio Show – Real Talk For The Community
“Social Justice Sunday’s”! with Damon K. Jones, AJ Woodson and Cynthia Turnquest-Jones
This weeks guest Darin A. Kent and Osiris Imhotep (founder of the Mt. Vernon Film Festival) speaking on the first annual Mount Vernon Film Festival taking place September 25-28, 2014 at the Dole Center on Mount Vernon

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The second hour US Attorney Investigate the Westchester County DAs office. Transparency and accountability when they are linked to violations of peoples civil and human rights have been thrown out the door for friendships and political gain. TODAYS GUEST: White Plains Police Officer Michael Hannon, Mayo Bartlett Esq., and Journalist Samuel L. Rivers

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2 Comments on People Before Politics Radio-Episode 7

  1. I can’t believe that I could be living in Mount Vernon and not know that this site or In The Mixx Radio existed until now. I tuned in to People Before Politics to hear Darin Kent speak about the Mount Vernon Film Festival and ended up being bowled over by the fact that are these alternative outlets in my back yard that I was simply unaware of.

    As a podcaster, I can appreciate wanting to create content that supplies balance to the one-sided depiction of who we are. Thank you for doing what you do.

    Regards and respect,

    Jason Randall Smith a.k.a. Macedonia
    Radio BSOTS (Both Sides Of The Surface)

    • thank you very much Jason for, you encouraging words, for checking out the site and tunning in to the show,
      please tell a friend to tell a friend about Black Westchester and People Before Politics Radio

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