Podcast Election Fever

Ken  collects comments and ideas on the GOP debate season with the caveat that the NABWMT cannot endorse candidates for office but can and must discuss issues on human rights and how the 2016 election could impact people at ther margins GOP presidential candidates had six prime-time hours on the national stage on Wednesday to […]

DOJ and Civil Rights

Podcast: The Dept. of Justice Waddes in on Civil Rights in Local Courts In this podcast we show how the DOJ has followed up on its core civil rights duty and filed briefs in local courts to protect constitutional rights.

Trans and White Privilege

Podcast: Transgender and White Privilege In the intersection of race and gender, the deaths of black transgenders are explored in this podcast and white and male privilege are discussed.

Anti Immigrant Rhetoric Builds Up

Podcast: Latinos under attack There has been an upsurge of rhetoric against latinos, particularly in this season of political debates. Yet again, people at the margin are demonized and meant to feel unwelcome. BWMTSC and NABWMT stands against such attacks as racism.

Anti Immigrants Rhetoric

Podcast: Latinos under attack There has been an upsurge of rhetoric against latinos, particularly in this season of political debates. Yet again, people at the margin are demonized and meant to feel unwelcome. NABWMT stands against such attacks as racism.

Public-Sector Black Jobs

I was in my local post office and was chating with the counter clerk about the tough times that the postal service employees were haaving and then I saw and article in the New Your Times* about the demise of the black government jobs. For millions of black families, working for the government has long […]

Transgender Equality

Last Saturday I went to a transgender event at our local Unitarian Church and came away with the view that the rights of this marginalized community need even more support. As a cis gender male (yes a new new term to me for my “tribe”), I was amazed at my lack of knowledge of transgendered […]

Podcast-Black Disco Closes

Podcast: Famous Back Disco Closes In 1973 Jewel Thais-Williams opened LA’s Catch One, one of the 1st black discos in the U.S. Now it’s closing ‘People in general don’t have appreciation anymore for their own institutions,’ says Catch One founder

Podcast-Making Black Men Gay?

Podcast on Making Black Men Gay?
Based on a podcast by Dan Savage in the “Savage Lovecast in which he debunks the idea from parts of the black community that gays are stealing Black men in order to “make them gay”.

This is annotated to show relevance to our chapters and the NA

Podcast-BMISJ Program

Podcast on BMI Proposal for the West coast Ken and Mack Scott Baron have always been a fan of the Bush Mallon Institute for Social Justice since it addresses our core hopes for the elimination of racism and homophobia. We were encouraged by the recent collaboration on the the ” Reflections of A Shattered Mirror Project” and anticipate […]