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Join us online on BlogTalkRadio’s Black Politics in Minneapolis’ ON POINT! for another exciting episode. Co-hosts Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen bring you the latest in current events with news and information sometime overlooked by the mainstream media. This is a LIVE call-in program and we invite listeners to participate by giving us a call and stating what’s on their minds. The call-in phone numbers are (347) 426-3904 and (877) 537-2878
On Saturday at 3 p.m. (CST) join us for the Ron and Don Show on BlogTalkRadio’s ON POINT. We have a lot of ground to cover after the holiday so tune in, sit back and pick up the phone to ask us questions about the events in our world. The call-in phone numbers are (347) 426-3904 and (877) 537-2878.
- Murder and Black on Black Crime: There have been several brutal murders in north Minneapolis of Black men with no suspects, motives or arrests. Saturdays show will be a difficult one. We start out with the exclusive interview of the mother of Anton Warren and Romaze Stevens who were brutally murdered in an alleged robbery in 2010 in north Minneapolis. We’re not saying these guys are angels in any since of the word – but their parents want to tell a story we think the mainstream media has missed.
- Racism: On Wednesday, November 21, 2012 a video by two University of Minnesota Duluth students was published to YouTube. The video used Blackface, racist slurs and stereotypes that can only be explained as a terribly bad decision by these to women. On Saturday, we will play the audio of the racist video in full.
- Leadership: Community/Political: What’s going on with the mayor’s office and Black leadership in Minnesota? We will ask for a press conference from ANY Black organization willing to speak up for Black Minnesotans.
To tune in via your home computer, laptop, smartphone or iPad, go to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ronanddonshow/2012/11/24/the-ron-and-don-show-the-death-of-north-minneapolis or click here now to listen to the show at 3 p.m. on Saturday afternoon.