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The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In: Saturday, December 31st 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific – BLACK TALK RADIO NETWORK™

The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In: Saturday, December 31st 9:00PM Eastern/ 6:00PM Pacific – BLACK TALK RADIO NETWORK™

The Context of White Supremacy hosts the weekly Compensatory Call-In. We encourage non-white listeners to dial in with their codified concepts, new terms, observations, research findings, workplace problems or triumphs, and/or suggestions on how best to Replace White Supremacy With Justice ASAP. We’ll use these sessions to hone our use of words as tools to reveal truth, neutralize White people. We’ll examine news reports from the past seven days and – hopefully – promote a constructive dialog.
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Mercifully, 2016 comes to a close. Gus T. Renegade predicted this would be an atrocious 12 months on the plantation. The passing of Dr. Afeni Shakur, Gwen Ifill, Natalie Cole, Muhammad Ali, Prince, George Curry, Phife Dawg, Dr. Delbert Blair, Maurice White, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing and numerous others made for a year of devastating loss. However, White Supremacists don’t pause for bereavement or Christmas. In fact, a White EMT worker, Steve Sampson, used the holiday season to concoct a lie about black thugs looting his Christmas gifts. He was eventually arrested for making a false report. And when Whites weren’t lying, they put in overtime to get black people in the theaters this holiday. Denzel Washington, Taraji P. Henson, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer commandeered the silver screen with August Wilson’s Fences and Hidden Figures – based on black female geniuses who worked for NASA and helped Whites invade space. Both features explicitly address Racism. But, the constructive value of both projects is debatable. Fences delivers a mighty heaping of black disfunction, while Hidden Figures glorifies helping Whitefolks – with some of the very cast from the 2011 hit,The Help.

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Source: The C.O.W.S. Compensatory Call-In 12/31/16 – BLACK TALK RADIO NETWORK™

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2 yr old black male dies after shooting himself with sheriff’s gun

Tragic end: Two-year-old Josiah Tate fatally shot himself in the head after his mother's boyfriend left his gun in the boy's house and the child loaded it himself

A two-year-old boy has died after shooting himself in the head with a deputy sheriff‘s gun he found in his home.

Josiah Tate wandered into a bedroom where the deputy had placed his service gun on a bedroom counter.

Officials believed he was able to load the gun and pointed it at his head.

Tragic end: Two-year-old Josiah Tate fatally shot himself in the head after his mother’s boyfriend left his gun in the boy’s house and the child loaded it himself

The boy’s mother saw the toddler playing with the gun just seconds before he shot himself in the head.

Coroner Don McGowan said the boy died instantly from a single gunshot wound.

 

 

Investigators said the deputy had returned home after his shift and left his weapon in his bedroom.

The boy and his mother were not at home and he popped out to run some errands.

Witness: The boy's mother entered the bedroom inside this trailer and saw the boy hold the gun up to his head right when he firedWitness: The boy’s mother entered the bedroom inside this trailer and saw the boy hold the gun up to his head right when he fired

While he was away the toddler returned and unknown to his mother wandered into the bedroom and picked up the unloaded gun.

Coroner Don McCowan said the boy managed to load the weapon and fired the fatal shot.

The tragic incident took place at a mobile home park in Anderson, South Carolina, where the deputy, who has not been named, lived with the boy’s mother.

The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division have been notified to carry out an investigation which could lead to disciplinary action against the deputy who works with Anderson County Sheriff’s Department.

Scene: Investigators said the deputy had returned to the home after his shift and left his weapon in the bedroom while he ran some errandsScene: Investigators said the deputy had returned to the home after his shift and left his weapon in the bedroom while he ran some errands

Neighbour Lind Bull described the frantic efforts to save the victim.

‘I walked out, heard everyone screaming someone’s been shot,’ said Bull.

‘I went walking into the neighbour’s house and seen a two-year-old child lying on the floor.

‘The grandmother was doing her best to do CPR so I stepped in and tried to help her.

‘And the mother was just sitting there holding a towel on his head trying to stop the bleeding.’

Stunned: Tiffany Harris, Josiah's cousin was one of many family members stunned by the news, making her first disbelieve news the two-year-old could be capable of such an actStunned: Tiffany Harris, Josiah’s cousin was one of many family members stunned by the news, making her first disbelieve news the two-year-old could be capable of such an act

The boy’s death has stunned his relatives.

‘I thought it was a lie,’ Tiffany Harris, Josiah’s cousin told Fox 8 News.

‘I thought he got shot with something, maybe a cap gun or something, not a real gun.’

His aunt Jessie Harris added: ‘He wasn’t but two, bow legged, prettiest little thing.

‘And everyone loved him. Everyone loved Jo. He didn’t meet a stranger.’

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2169238/Josiah-Tate-2-dies-loading-shooting-sheriffs-gun-South-Carolina.html#ixzz1zxHipESf

 

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white female banned from high school prom for showing up in confederate flag dress

A high school senior was barred from her prom after she showed up to the dance wearing a dress emblazoned with the Confederate flag.

Texanna Edwards, 18, wasn’t allowed to go inside last Saturday with other students because of her choice of gown that she had helped design.

The dress – red, knee-length and covered with blue stripes and white stars – was deemed ‘inappropriate and offensive’ by teachers at Gibson County High School in Tennessee.

Controversial: Texanna Edwards, 18, wasn’t allowed into the dance at Gibson County High School in Tennessee because of the gown that she had helped design

Miss Edwards told Msnbc that she thought the dress was ‘cool’ and wanted her dress to look like the Confederate flag because she lives in the south.

She said: ‘We kept asking people walking inside – black and white – and everyone said they loved it.

‘Two black women even went off on the principal. They were upset with the principal. No one was upset with me.’

Director of schools for the region Eddie Pruett said there have been episodes of racism at the school in recent years and that the principal believed the dress may have caused a problem.

Miss Edwards had been told by teachers that if she went home and changed she would be allowed into the school dance but she decided against it.

Defense: The 18-year-old said she thought the dress was ‘cool’ and that other students, black and white, agreed with her

Flying the flag: The high school student said she wanted to wear a unique dress and felt the Confederate flag was appropriate because she is from the south

Her family had spent around $500 on the specially designed dress along with the teenager’s hair and make-up.

The 18-year-old added that students at her school often wear T shirts and belts with the Confederate flag and it has never been an issue before.

The 13 stars of the Confederate flag represent the southern states who attempted secession from the United States during the Civil War, and where slavery was legal.

The Confederate States set up a government from 1861 to 1865, but were eventually defeated by northern states in the U.S. Civil War.

The 13 stars on the Confederates Flag represent the states of South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and Missouri.

Off to the dance? Miss Edwards was not allowed to attend the high school prom with fellow students because her choice of attire was deemed offensive

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2135135/Texanna-Edwards-Teenager-banned-Tennessee-prom-showed-Confederate-flag-dress.html#ixzz1t5rvbH3x

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