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PBP Radio – Episode 123 – Blacks In Law Enforcement; Being Black & Blue

The Making Of A Documentary

Black Westchester Magazine presents a special edition of The People Before Politics Radio Show Episode 123 (Blacks In Law Enforcement)
With your hosts Damon. K. Jones & AJ Woodson
Our Guests This Week: Charles Billips (Grand Council of Guardians), Ricky Maxwell (VP of Westchester Corrections Assoc.), Corey Pegues, Former NYPD Deputy Inspector and Author of Once A Cop, Anthony Mitchell (former MVPD Sgt & Honorary Deputy Police Commish) & Michael Hannon (former White Plains PD)

This Special Edition of PBP Radio was part of a documentary shot by a French Film Company on Blacks in Law Enforcement

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About AJ Woodson (2375 Articles)
AJ Woodson is the Editor-In-Chief of Black Westchester and Co-Owner of Urban Soul Media Group, the parent company. AJ is a Father, Brother, Author, Writer, Journalism Fellow, Rapper, Radio Personality, Hip-Hop Historian and A Freelance Journalist whose byline has appeared in several print publications and online sites including The Source, Vibe, the Village Voice, Upscale,,, Rolling Out Newspaper, Spiritual Minded Magazine and several others.

1 Comment on PBP Radio – Episode 123 – Blacks In Law Enforcement; Being Black & Blue

  1. I see the fight continues with the lynching of Mr. Kenneth Chamberlain. His death is the tip of the iceberg of what the powers-to-be think of Black folk. Also, what the Mayor White Plains and it Council think of Blacks. As long as they can come to our events and make a speech and smile and shake hands and we grin all is okay!

    Enough is long since been enough! I want to thank the Black Law Enforcement and particularly Damon K. Jones [my brother] for your years and his bulldog tenacity in staying the course.

    The struggle continues!!!!!!!!!!!!


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