WBAI 99.5\Black Star News Show Interviews December 12th Movement Lawyer

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[Black Star News Show\WBAI New York 99.5FM]
Host Milton Allimadi is joined by Attorney, human rights activist, and a leader of the December 12 Movement (D12), Roger Wareham, to discuss the ongoing national and international uprisings against police crimes against Black People.
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Black Star News show will interview December 12th Movement lawyer Roger Wareham today.

Tune in to “Black Star News Show” on WBAI New York 99.5FM on Tuesday, June 16 at 3 PM Eastern Standard Time as Host Milton Allimadi is joined by Attorney, human rights activist, and a leader of the December 12 Movement (D12) , Roger Wareham, to discuss the ongoing national and international uprisings against police crimes against Black People and the “Defund The New York Police” rally planned by D12 for Friday, June 19 (Juneteenth) at 12noon outside City Hall in New York City.

On the bottom half-hour of the “Black Star News Show” Allimadi is joined by Black Star News Managing Editor Colin Benjamin to discuss continuing police violence, including the shooting death by police, last Friday, of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta, and the police reform bill signed into law last week by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.

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