Twenty Years After the Flames: The Rodney King Beating Verdict and the L.A. Riots

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April 25, 2012 
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Twenty Years After the Flames:

The Rodney King Beating Verdict and the L.A. Riots

 

        

 

The Hutchinson Report on KTLK 1150 AM and streamed on ktlk.com will host a special three hour live on-air townhall on Friday, April 27, 3:00 to 6:00 PM on “Twenty Years After the Flames: The Rodney King Beating and the L.A. Riots.”

The on-air town hall will feature interviews, commentary, remembrances of those who lived through the riots and listener call-ins on the changes and challenges that still face L.A. and the nation twenty years after the riots. 

 

“The twentieth anniversary on-air townhall on the L.A. riots will give L.A. residents, officials, and those that were directly affected by the riots a chance to tell how the riots changed the city, the nation and their lives,” says Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “This will be the most comprehensive on air look at the riots and its twenty year aftermath on the airwaves.”

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Top Legal Supreme Court Analyst Discusses the Aftermath of the Supreme Court Ruling on the Health Care Law and the Obama Administration

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March 29, 2012
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 Top Legal Supreme Court Analyst Discusses the Aftermath of the Supreme Court Ruling on the Health Care Law and the Obama Administration

 

In an exclusive interview on The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour on KTYM 1460 AM Radio and heard nationally on six stations and in fifty cities and Washington D.C.  on the Hutchinson Newsmaker Network, on Friday, March 30, 9:30 AM PST and Saturday, March 31, 7:00 PM PST, Susan Low Bloch, Georgetown Law Professor and leading Constitutional scholar, will discuss the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s ruling on the health care law, its impact and consequences for the public and the Obama administration.

The Supreme Courts pending ruling on the health care law will have enormous legal, health and political  consequences for the nation, says Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “A leading Supreme Court expert will t tell how what the court is likely to do and what that decision will mean for the public and the Obama administration.

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Former Congressional Black Caucus Chair Congresswoman Barbara Lee Discusses President Obama’s Election Prospects

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Former Congressional Black Caucus Chair Congresswoman Barbara Lee Discusses President Obama’s Election Prospects

January 27, 2012
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In an exclusive interview on The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour on KTYM 1460 AM Radio and heard nationally on six stations and in fifty cities and Washington D.C.  nationally on the Hutchinson Newsmaker Network, on Friday, January 27, 9:30AM PST and Saturday, January 28, 7:00 PM PST, former Congressional Black Caucus Chair Congresswoman Barbara Lee takes a hard look at the pitfalls and prospects for President Obama’s reelection. Lee tells what the President must do to win over independents and fire up  wavering Democrats.

“President Obama’s reelection hinges on  winning subatantial backing from independent voters and insuring that Democrats turn out in droves,”  says Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “It’s a daunting task and Congresswoman Lee will tell what the president must do to accomplish that reelection goal.”

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Will Gingrich Bring White Supremacy Back to the White House?


Put “President” in front of Newt Gingrich and there’s an even chance “white supremacy” could be put in front of his presidential moniker.  The suddenly surging Gingrich upped his racially loaded pandering scorecard with the resurface of a handwritten first draft of a series of talks he prepared in 1993 a couple of years before his ascendancy to House Speaker for his prescription for “renewing American civilization”. Gingrich initially scrawled that while Asians, and presumably whites, understood how to build businesses and acquire wealth, Latinos were sorely lacking in wealth and business acumen and blacks were even more hopelessly ignorant of what it took to succeed in the business world.

Gingrich cited no figures, studies, or research to document his blatant falsehood. But he really didn’t need to for two reasons. By the time a member of Gingrich’s staff typed up the notes and prepared the speech for delivery at the National Review Institute, the racially inflammatory digs had been scrubbed out. By the time he delivered the talks they appeared to be racially neutered and came off as just Gingrich pontificating on the his stock tout of free enterprise, personal strength and values, American resolve, and America’s alleged technological superiority.

The other reason Gingrich’s racial pandering passed under the public radar scope is that the GOP had long refined the art of racial code speak. So Gingrich simply entitled his talks “the five pillars of American civilization.” It was understood that talk of values, strength, enterprise, and technology punctuated with the caption “American civilization” was a not so subtle way of boasting of the alleged paramount role of whites in building American civilization and the alleged drain on building American civilization by Latinos, and especially blacks.

Gingrich’s “American civilization” talks were more than bigoted, historically skewed pretensions………………….(READ MORE)
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Classical Connections and Innovative Blend of Classical Music on Talk Show

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“Classical Connections” Segment Launched on KPFK Radio

Innovative Blend of Classical Music on Talk Show

 

January 19, 2012

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The Hutchinson Report Town Hall of the Air on Saturdays, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Pacific (3:00 PM – 4:00 Eastern) on KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles and streamed globally via www.kpfk.org, on Thursday, January 19 announced the launch of “Classical Connections.” This will be a new weekly segment that features classical music selections, announcements of classical music performances and concerts. It will also feature mini-interviews with those sponsoring, promoting, and playing in the concerts discussing upcoming concerts, the artists and the music live, on air.

This is an exciting unique effort to provide another on-air venue in Southern California for classical music listeners to stay up on the latest events, developments and news in and on the classical music scene in Southern California. This is an innovative blend of classical music and news and interviews with those in the classical musical community on a popular and established public affairs and public issues talk show.

“This is especially important given the continued disappearance of radio stations and programs,” says Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson. “That spotlight classical music in Southern California and the nation.”

 

The Hutchinson Report Townhall of the Air is part of the nationally syndicated Hutchinson Newsmaker Network which airs nationally in fifty cities and Washington D.C.

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President of Top Conservative Advocacy Group Tells What Conservatives Expect from GOP Presidential Candidates

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January 13, 2012
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President of Top Conservative Advocacy Group Tells What Conservatives Expect from GOP Presidential Candidates

In an exclusive interview on The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour on KTYM 1460 AM Radio and heard nationally on five stations and fifty cities nationally on the Hutchinson Newsmaker Network, on Friday, January 13, 9:30AM PST and Saturday, January 14, 7:00 PM PST, Tim Phillips, President, Americans for Prosperity, one of the nation’s leading conservative advocacy groups tells what conservatives want and expect from the GOP presidential candidates to garner conservative’s support. Phillips evaluates the candidates in their adherence to conservative principles.

“Conservatives will play a dominant role in the GOP’s hopes to win back the White House,” says Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “The head of one of nation’s leading conservative advocacy groups will tell just what the GOP candidates have to do to fire up conservatives.”

 

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Building Healthy Communities Initiative Awards Launched – Submit Your Nominations

January 12, 2012
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January Impact Micro Awards Announced

Building Healthy Communities Initiative Awards Launched

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable announced its Impact Micro Awards for January on Thursday, January 11. The January awards will include the first monthly awards under our Building Healthy Communities Initiative. The initiative supports organizations working in America’s most underserved communities in cities nationally. The city chosen in January is Brownsville, Texas. The Impact Micro Awards are made to support organizations and individuals that have a proven track record of commitment to building community sustainability projects, activities, and service. The micro awards are given monthly. Wells Fargo Foundation is a major partner with the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable Impact Award Program.

The January award recipients are: The Inner City Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles, and Pathways to Your Future in Los Angeles.  The Building Healthy Communities Initiative award recipients are Healthy Communities of Brownsville, and Casa of Cameron & Willacy Counties in Brownsville, Texas. These groups and community establishments are building sustainable communities through their work to meet the health and educational needs of abused, at risk and homeless children and teens, mentor and train young musicians, and provide social action citizen empowerment leadership training. These organizations have shown by their work and example their unswerving dedication to building sustainable communities. Their mission, work and accomplishments are spotlighted on the Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable website: http://www.laupr.org/

“Budget cutbacks, the sharp increase in poverty, and the on-going struggle of small community service groups for funding have made it more imperative that we help fill the funding gap to boost them in their efforts to build community sustainability in under-served communities,” says Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable President Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “The Impact Micro Awards and the Building Healthy Communities Initiative aim to further community self-reliance and independence. This is the pathway to citizen empowerment.”

The Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable will make its next Impact Awards in February. Information and nominations for the Impact Awards

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National Urban League President Calls on GOP Presidential Candidates to Address Discrimination and Poverty

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January 5, 2012
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National Urban League President Calls on GOP Presidential Candidates to Address Discrimination and Poverty

 n an exclusive interview on The Hutchinson Report Newsmaker Hour on KTYM 1460 AM Radio and heard nationally on five stations and fifty cities nationally on the Hutchinson Newsmaker Network, on Friday, January 6, 9:30AM PST and Saturday, January 7, 7:00 PM PST, Marc Morial, President, National Urban League, will discuss the League’s call for the GOP presidential candidates to tell what they will do about the issues of discrimination, income inequality and widening poverty. Morial recently blasted GOP Presidential candidate Rick Santorum for racially insensitive remarks about African-Americans.

“The GOP candidates have been mute on the crucial issues of discrimination and poverty,” says Political Analyst and Hutchinson Report Host Earl Ofari Hutchinson, “The head of one of nation’s oldest civil rights and economic justice groups will tell how their failure to address these problems will affect the presidential contest and African-American voters.”

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