I invited the public to discuss the APA's research on "Human Rights for Prisoners March" March 17, 2014, at 9pm PST, BlogTalkRadio. They could call (818) 572-2947 to speak on air or simply listen on their computers
(Tapes of broadcasts are available for listening at Blogtalkradio 24 hours a day, seven days a week.) As director of the "Human Rights for Prisoners March," I congratulate the APA on conducting this research and publishing its findings. The findings have tremendous implications for the legal field regarding jury selection, police violence against black youths, Stop & Frisk, the school-to-prison pipeline, and mass incarceration in the USA - subjects that our advocacy shows explore.
I placed the invitation to discuss the APA's research during our March 17 "Human Rights for Prisoners March" broadcast at numerous Google+ groups. I wondered during the broadcast why more people did not call the show. I discovered after the broadcast that the announcement had been removed from every page at Google+ where I posted the announcement on March 12, including these five:
The announcements received no "1+" or "shares" at Google+. I thought that was strange, since the photo associated with the announcement is striking and the subject matter is intriguing. The post generated robust discussion at Facebook, and the photograph was shared 61 times so far. Apparently, nobody saw the posts at Google+ except Mary Neal, who published them.
"Black Boys Viewed as Older, Less Innocent Than Whites, Research Finds"
Stalkers ordinarily show me what my most important subjects are by attacking them viciously. I found long ago that they work for elite white supremacists who hate all Americans and the idea of personal freedom in this country for anyone of any race. They specifically hate African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, the mentally ill of every race, Christians, prisoners, and everyone in the working class (in that order).