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 Black Agenda Radio 
 Weekly Program
 Ralph Nader, Jacqueline Jones-Peace, Christian Davenport, Daniel HO
 Black Agenda Report  
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Nader: Proposition 14 Has Killed "Free Elections" in California
The deceptively passage of Prop 14 in California last week, Ralph Nader explains to BAR, locks down the electoral process for everyone but celebrities and the wealthiest business-backed candidates of the Democratic and Republican parties. It's the end of free elections in California.
Rwanda Regime is “Dictatorship, a Totalitarian State,” Says Colleague of Jailed American Lawyer
With Rwanda now a close ally of the US in East Africa, raising fact and evidence-based questions on the Rwandan genocide story can earn you prison or worse in that unhappy land, says Christian Davenport, a young black professor of Peace Studies at Notre Dame who has conducted research in Congo, Rwanda, Sudan, Northern Ireland, Turkey and beyond. The “Hotel Rwanda” story doesn't begin to tell the whole tale of what went on in Rwanda in those days, Davenport tells BAR.
Black Exclusion From Juries is Endemic in the U.S.
Atty Jacqueline Jones-Peace outlines how the how Blacks are rejected from juries for reasons ranging from appearing “arrogant,” to having a goatee. Atty. One prosecutor rejected a Black juror because he “shucked and jived when he walked,” according to a study of eight southern states done by the Equal Justice Initiative,
NAACP Legal Defense Fund: Prison-Based Gerrymandering Resembles “3/5s Man” Rule
LDF attorney Dale Ho told BAR “the parallels between prison-based gerrymandering and the three-fifths compromise are strong and eerie.” The practice counts prison inmates as “residents” of the jurisdiction in which they are incarcerated, rather than their home cities.

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