Tampons being added to the men’s bathroom around the country was one of the topics during the Freeman Bosley Jr. radio show and podcast which aired Saturday morning, April 22, 2023 on 1600 AM Hallelujah KATZ radio at iHeartMEDIA at The City Foundry in Midtown, St. Louis. Listen to entire segment on YouTube.
Rocket Mortgage is the company actually putting tampons in the men’s bathroom which will help promote menstrual equality and the LGBTQI+ community as well.
Hosts and interviewers were Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr.,Felicia Mitchell-Hampton, Charles Abdul-Wuli Muhammed. Behind the scene was Cuddy The DJ recording sound. Listen to entire segment on YouTube.
Mayor Bosley Jr. said that, “We really wanted to get on this issue in Kansas City where this little 16 year old boy” went to the wrong house looking for his sister, and a guy shot him in the head and arm. He survived.
State Senator Barbara Washington of Kansas City stated the man said he, “shot the boy because he saw a menacing figure, but we all feel it was because Ralph was black.” Listen to entire segment on YouTube
Felicia Hampton stated, “And then he shot him again when he was down. He shot him in the arm”
Senator Barbara Washington wanted to be clear that the old man never went out of his house. “He shot him through the glass. He definitely saw him before he shot him. His statement said he knew he was black and he was afraid for his life. He was charged. He did make a bond. He went to an arraignment and pleaded not guilty.
One grandson said he watches too much FOX News and that sort of thing. He felt like his grandfather has been engrained in racism from watching what he watches. The 16 year old is at home recovering. “
Dr. Nicole Robinson is the newly elected Trustee for the St. Louis Community College who was interviewed on the Freeman Bosley Junior Show and podcast which aired last Saturday morning on 1600 AM Hallelujah KATZ radio at iHeartMEDIA at The City Foundry in Midtown, St. Louis.
Felicia Hampton: Before we go any further, I do want to say that it is my desire to see Forest Park bring back their CNA program, their certified nurse assistant program. That program was in place before the pandemic. I would love to see that program come back because we went through the pandemic with a shortage of not only nurses, but the support staff, the CNAs. And when you become a certified nurse assistant, you can work anywhere in this country. Right now, today, I have students that are working right now making 20 to $35 an hour, depending on where they want to work with a three month certification. It takes three months to get your CNA certification, three months. You do one year in the field, right? You earn your stripes, and now you can make anywhere between 20 to $35 an hour. That is a program that needs to come back. Dr. Nicole Robinson: Absolutely. Absolutely. Listen to entire podcast on YouTube
Hosts and interviewers were Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr., Anthony Shahid, Felicia Mitchell-Hampton, Charles Abdul-Wuli Muhammed. Behind the scene was Cuddy The DJ recording sound. Listen to entire podcast on YouTube
Dr. Nicole Robinson: So I haven’t been sworn in yet. Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr.: Oh, you haven’t been sworn in yet? When is that? Dr. Nicole Robinson: April the 20th. I’ll be sworn in. Mayor Freeman Bosley Jr.: What would be the plan to ensure that black businesses receive contracts with the Forest Park? Dr. Nicole Robinson: Well, I’m going to say being a board of trustee member, I’m going to have to advocate for them.
Reggie Jones, Mayor Dellwood, was talking development on the Freeman Bosley Jr. radio show and podcast with Senator Karla May, Anthony Shahid and Felicia Mitchell-Hampton. Behind the scenes were Charles Abdul-Wuli Muhammed filming and Cuddy The DJ recording perfect studio sound at the iHeartMEDIA station in Midtown St. Louis at the City Foundry.
MAYOR REGGIE JONES: I’m gonna be elected for my sixth term. We do two year terms out here. So I’ve been in office 10 years currently, but this is my sixth term that I’m going into. Listen to entire podcast on YouTube
SENATOR KARLA MAY: Congratulations, that’s beautiful. So give us some feedback. What have you been doing over the past 10 years, and where do you wanna go the next 10 years?
MAYOR REGGIE JONES: You know, for Dellwood to be a small municipality, you know, we’ve found ways to make some things really happen. One of the things that we wanted to do was address our infrastructure. So I made a promise to the citizens that I will pave each and every street in that town, and I’m gonna say that we actually have done that. We paved every street in the city of Dellwood. We also renovated our city hall. We could have built a new city hall, but we felt that we had a city hall that was, you know, it was okay, but we needed some upgrades, and so we made those upgrades, and we just done some beautiful things. We’ve also received several grants in the city of Dellwood. We have a West Florissant Great Streets Project.
“I said it. These Crackers, they’re racist. They are bigots. They are diabolical, and I have no hesitation or apology for calling them what I think accurately describes them…and that’s some racist crackers.” said Newman from the Rock Newman Show 2.0 during his phone call visit on the Freeman Bosley Jr. Show.
Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner was one of the main topics on the Freeman Bosley Jr. Show this Saturday morning on KATZ Hallelujah 1600 AM radio at iHeartMEDIA.
The majority of the black community, and even some white folks, are behind Kim Gardner. Anthony Shahid, said, “Black people don’t fight for prosecutors or circuit attorneys. This is something they normally don’t do, so it shows that she’s doing something right.” Felicia Hampton immediately added “In the midst of threatened to be killed.”
Kim Gardner not only has to deal with death threats, she’s has been fighting racism forever, especially since being elected in office for Circuit Attorney for the City of St. Louis. This is white supremacy at it’s best and they are going for a 21st century lynching.
Shahid, “That last thing they want is international (coverage) and the last thing they want is other cities picking up on this, because what it does is shine a spotlight. And then it makes other cities understand what type of weak leadership we got here.”
Shahid added that Mayor Tishaura Jones had, “The audacity to come out and tell someone about soul searching. What she should have done was keep her damn mouth shut.”
Gardner has been critical of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, and has accused some officers of engaging in misconduct or using excessive force against residents. Some law enforcement officials and politicians have accused Gardner of being biased against the police and failing to support law enforcement efforts to combat crime.
With all this going on, Gardner has continued to push for reform in the criminal justice system and to advocate for the rights of marginalized communities. Her work has helped to bring attention to the issues facing the St. Louis community and has sparked important conversations about how to create a more just and equitable society.
Karla May, Missouri State Senator for District 4 and part of the Democratic Party, was on air during the Freeman Bosley Jr. Radio Show & podcast. Senator May started with, “First of all, Tennessee had a mass shooting just like we did here in St. Louis. And so we can not forget about these young people and how guns are playing a role in this. We’re finding with these legislative bodies that they are more concerned about the 2nd Amendment than they are the lives of young children and citizens that are dying in the hands of guns. And they don’t want to take any responsibility or any role that they have played in the escalation of crime as a result of laxed gun laws.”
And what could be making matters worse, she added, “You’re talking about a major city with a 20 to 25 percent poverty rate. So when you have poverty, school closings” along with laxed gun laws, gun crimes tend to increase. And in these same neighborhoods, “We had to file health care by initiative petition just to even get it passed. Because you got poor people and people without health care, the basic quality of life.”
Senator May said, “This is not about republicans or democrats, it’s about what’s right and wrong. So if someone can’t say something is wrong, then there is something wrong with him.”
Each year, millions of K-12 students experience hostile behaviors like bullying, hate speech, hate crimes, or assault. In school year 2018-19, about 1.3 million students, ages 12 to 18, were bullied for their race, religion, national origin, disability, gender, or sexual orientation.
ADOLPHUS “A student at a middle school in New York was accused of coming to school and handing out cotton balls as favors to celebrate black history month.”
GRAY “Black students experience trauma from racist incidents that happen at schools”
POINT BLACK with co-hosts Adolphus Pruitt and Rev. Darryl Gray talk about the exponential increase in racial attacks and racial bullying incidences in Schools across the nation. The Government Accountability Office estimates that 5.2 million students, ages 5 to 18, were bullied in school last year.
Racial bullying in schools is a serious issue that can have long-lasting effects on both the victim and the perpetrator. It refers to any behavior that is based on race, ethnicity, or nationality, and is intended to intimidate, harm, or degrade a person. This type of bullying can take many forms, such as name-calling, physical aggression, exclusion, or cyberbullying.
The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline—(800) 273-8255—is a federally managed and funded hotline that offers free, confidential support from trained counselors for individuals in crisis.
ABOUT POINT BLACK POINT BLACK is the new radio show and pod cast by iHeartMEDIA that talks about the difficult conversations that need to be discussed in St. Louis and across the nation.
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers restaurant at Olive Market in University City, Mo is under construction. Olive Market is a development with Costco as the anchor store.
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, better known simply as Cane’s, is an American fast-food chain specializing in chicken fingers founded in 1996 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana by Todd Graves and Craig Silvey. The company is named after Graves’s dog, a yellow Labrador. (source Wikipedia)
QuikTrip is opening April 13, 2023 at 7579 Olive Blvd. at the intersection of Olive Blvd. and North and South Rd. in University City. The site is between Aldi and Dollar Tree what use to be a empty grassy lot. This new QT is has created more than a dozen full and part-time jobs.
I believe that a universal basic income (UBI) would help the homeless in St. Louis. The city has a large homeless population, and many of them are struggling to make ends meet. A UBI would provide them with a much-needed financial boost and help them to get back on their feet.
There are a few reasons why I think a UBI would be effective in helping the homeless. First, it would provide them with a stable source of income. Many homeless people are unable to hold down a job due to their circumstances, and they often rely on government assistance or charity to get by. A UBI would give them a reliable source of income that they could use to pay for basic necessities like food, shelter, and clothing.
Second, a UBI would give homeless people the freedom to make their own choices about how to improve their lives. They could use the money to enroll in job training programs, start their own businesses, or simply take some time to relax and de-stress. This would be a major improvement over the current system, which often forces homeless people into programs that they don’t want to participate in or that don’t meet their needs.
Finally, a UBI would help to reduce the stigma associated with homelessness. By providing everyone with a basic income, it would send the message that everyone is valued and deserves to have a safe and stable place to live. This would make it easier for homeless people to get the help they need and to reintegrate into society.
Of course, there are also some potential drawbacks to a UBI. For example, it could be expensive to implement, and it could lead to inflation. However, these concerns can be addressed through careful planning and implementation. Overall, I believe that the benefits of a UBI would outweigh the drawbacks, and that it could be a valuable tool for helping the homeless in St. Louis.
In addition to the potential benefits for homeless people, a UBI could also have a positive impact on the St. Louis economy as a whole. By providing people with a basic income, it would stimulate spending and help to create jobs. This would be a welcome boost for the city, which has been struggling economically in recent years.
Of course, a UBI is not a perfect solution to homelessness. But I believe that it could be a valuable tool for helping to address this complex issue. If implemented correctly, it could provide homeless people with the support they need to get back on their feet and improve their lives.
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