National Network in Action (NNIA) features two advocacy radio channels on Blogtalkradio, hosted by Rev. Dr. Floyd D. Harris, Jr. with Dr. Jean Kennedy, and a variety of co-hosts to promote human and civil rights and spiritual enrichment! The channels can be accessed by computer and phone. Have your say on: * "Real Talk", broadcasting daily at 8pm Pacific time [www.blogtalkradio.com/realtalk1dr], call -in [619-393-2837]
* "Justice for All", broadcasting daily at 9pm Pacific time [www.blogtalkradio.com/nnia1], call-in [818-572-2947]
The complete schedule and show descriptions for both channels is below. We guarantee you will find something useful!
National Network in Action (NNIA) has two blogtalk radio channels, two phone numbers, two urls, and one cause: We offer spiritually uplifting and educational programming that promotes human rights for ALL.
Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr., director of NNIA, is committed to bringing quality programs to educate, motivate, energize, mobilize and organize to take our community to a higher level of awareness and stronger commitment to justice.
National Network in Action (NNIA) is dedicated to making justice for ALL a reality in the USA and throughout the world. You are invited to contact hosts to schedule an interview on any of the radio broadcasts, or call during shows with your comments and questions. Help by sharing the urls to our broadcasts after each show on your websites and in social media.
"Stop being afraid to speak out! Don't remain silent!" ~Acts 18:9
This is your opportunity to HAVE YOUR SAY!
This is your opportunity to HAVE YOUR SAY!
Disclaimer: The information and viewpoints given by hosts and guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Network in Action (NNIA). Neither NNIA nor any host or guest accepts responsibility for the accuracy of information given by any party other than himself or herself.
“Real Talk” with the #1 Drs. Kennedy and Harris
Tune in Sunday through Saturday from 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time
Call-in at (619) 393-2837
"Real Talk" often features guests who bring important news and have specialized information about relevant subjects. "Real Talk" Broadcast schedule:
"Faith and Fellowship"
Mondays, with Sister Audrey featuring the West Fresno Ministerial Alliance
The West Fresno Ministerial Alliance, a fellowship of Christ-centered leaders, who through the pursuit of justice, reconciliation, advocacy, and solidarity, actively contribute to the spiritual, social, physical, and economic well being of Fresno and beyond.
“Real Talk”, with special co-host Mary Neal
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Dr. Harris and Dr. Kennedy with Mary Neal review current events, including legislation and court verdicts, and discuss how they relate to our civil and human rights. "Real Talk" often features guests who bring important news and have specialized information about relevant subjects.
Note: Mary “Loves Justice” Neal, usually appears on the Rev. Pinkney Blogtalkradio show each Sunday from 5pm to 7pm Eastern Time. Google "Rev. Pinkney Blogtalkradio."
“YeYe's Body of Knowledge”
This health care professional brings valuable information regarding health care, particularly regarding African Americans and our medical history in the USA. Email YeYe with questions and comments, or arrange to be her guest on "YeYe's Body of Knowledge." Email address: YeYesBodyOfKnowledge [at] gmail.com
Note: YeYe is not a doctor, and she does not give medical advice and opinions as a doctor.
OPEN MIC NIGHTS: Know Your Rights!
Fridays, with Dr. Harris and Dr. Kennedy
Call in and have your say! Drs. Floyd Harris and Jean Kennedy, and co-host Mary Neal review current events, including legislation and court verdicts, and discuss how they relate to our civil and human rights. The audience is welcome to call in every night before 8:30pm Pacific, but especially on Fridays. BROADCAST ANY INFORMATION YOU WISH. Each individual, including the hosts, is responsible for the opinions and information he or she shares on NNIA Blogtalkradio shows. Information and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of NNIA.
Saturdays, with Dr. Jean Kennedy
Dr. Kennedy instructs the audience on how to become more effective human and civil rights advocates. Students who register for the free class can receive a certificate of completion, but one does not have to register to listen and learn.
JUSTICE FOR ALL
Tune in Sunday through Saturday from 9pm - 9:45pm Pacific time
Dr. Harris gathered an impressive team of human rights activists representing various advocacy organizations to address the “Justice for All” radio audience. The call-in number for "Justice for All" shows is (818) 572-2947 at 9pm Pacific time.
"JUSTICE FOR ALL" broadcast schedule:
Human Rights for Prisoners March, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal.
Advocacy for adequate defense, fair trials, drug courts, mental health courts, post-conviction DNA tests, safe and humane incarceration, and successful re-entry.
Advocacy against prisoner abuse, avoidable deaths caused by police and correctional officers, solitary confinement, children tried and sentenced as adults, criminalizing mental illness, inadequate health care, wrongful convictions, law of parties, three-strikes law, enforced prison labor, and capital punishment.
Guests include people who have experienced, or who have specialized knowledge about, prison conditions and overuse of force by police or correctional officers, or any subject related to crime and punishment, including improvements proposed or realized.
Contact Mary “Loves Justice” Neal [678-531-0262] [MaryLovesJustice [at] gmail.com], and Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris [xyfloyd [at] aol.com]
Social Awareness, hosted by Darcy Delaproser, a/k/a Irish Green Eyes.
Darcy Delaproser is primarily a childrens' justice advocate, but this UK citizen is a human rights activist who cares about justice for all. She does most of her advocacy work on Twitter as @Delaproser at [https://twitter.com/delaproser]. She also uses Google+ and Facebook. We encourage everyone to visit Delaproser's blog at [http://irishgreeneyes-welcometomyworld.blogspot.com]
Former Tuesday show: "Let’s Talk Dialysis," hosted by Arlene Mullin-Tinker, of Dialysis Advocates, LLC. Her archived shows through November 13, 2013 will remain available on Blogtalkradio under NNIA1. Dialysis Advocates moved to its own channel. Toll Free 800-847-8842
Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, hosted by Mary “Loves Justice” Neal.
Advocacy to end police violence against the mentally ill, end solitary confinement, decriminalize mental illness, remove barriers to timely psychiatric treatment, increase mental hospitals, reinstate insurance coverage for hospital inpatients, relax laws blocking involuntary commitment, establish assisted outpatient treatment (AOT) programs that mandate continued psychiatric care and medications and provide subsistence assistance (food and housing) for mentally ill people released from correctional facilities and hospitals, eliminate incarceration without trials. End capital punishment.
Guests include people who did or do wrestle with mental illness in themselves or close relatives as well as people with specialized knowledge about mental illness in the criminal justice system.
Contact Mary “Loves Justice” Neal at (678)531-0262, and Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris
MaryLovesJustice [at] gmail.com also Dr. Harris' email xyfloyd [at] aol.com
Enslavement and Genocide of Africans and Indigenous Peoples, hosted by Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr.
Advocacy against the denial of human/civil rights due to race and ethnicity. Examination of historical abuses as well as existing problems. Solutions offered.
Guests include people who have knowledge, through personal experience or study, of crimes against humanity victimizing Africans and Indigenous Peoples.
Contact Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr.[xyfloyd [at] aol.com]
OPEN MIC NIGHTS: Know Your Rights! with Dr. Harris and Dr. Kennedy
providing an opportunity for members of the NNIA1 audience to share information or ask questions about topics having to do with human and civil rights. The call-in number is (818)572.2947, select option “1” to speak on the broadcast.
Contact: Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr. [xyfloyd [at] aol.com] and Dr. Jean Kennedy [DrJeanKennedyRadioShow [at] gmail.com]
Recovery Radio, hosted by Louis Angel
Discussions on drug and alcohol dependency and how it impacts families and communities, and recovery opportunities. Angel is a drug dependence recovery professional. Guests include people who overcame drug/alcohol dependency and individuals with specialized knowledge about drug/alcohol dependency and successful treatment methods. email: recoveryradiofresno [at] gmail.com
“Mary Loves Justice” Prayer Meeting, hosted by Mary Neal
Meet us for an online prayer meeting as we petition heaven for the families and victims of police violence and government corruption every week. Let us pray together for those in authority over us, pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and pray that we be counted worthy to escape the evil days ahead, as God directed, in Jesus' name. Email MaryLovesJustice [at] gmail.com
Other shows in the NNIA radio network include
"Marcus Garvey: One God! One Aim! One Destiny!” radio show with Dr. Harris and Dr. Kennedy
Broadcast every Mon, Tue, Thur, and Friday at 3:30 pm Pacific time.
An open mic format. Call in to speak with the hosts (347) 326-9475
Dr. Harris has embraced the teaching of the Honorable Marcus Garvey Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism. Mr. Garvey was a self educated man and founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association dedicated to promoting African American and resettlement in Africa. Mr. Garvey launched several businesses to promote a separate black nation.
The RED, BLACK and GREEN Flag was unveiled to the world by the Honorable Marcus Mosiah Garvey and the members of the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League of the World at it's first International Convention on August 13, 1920. The UNIA-ACL knew that Africans at home and abroad needed their own flag as other flags around the world could not represent the collective of African people. Mr. Garvey traveled throughout the United States speaking and meeting with African American Leaders. In the post World War 1 economic crisis and with racial discrimination, lynching and poor housing, the masses of Black people were ready for a leader who was aggressive and had a plan to "uplift the race". The U.N.I.A. grew quickly and by 1919 there were over 30 branches throughout the United States, the Caribbean, Latin America and Africa. Mr. Garvey claimed over a million people had joined his organization in 3 years.
Freedom Speaks Radio Show with Anita Wills
Broadcast every Wednesday at 3:30pm pacific time
Call in to speak with the hosts (347) 326-9475
Call in and join us as we discuss the events affecting our Community here in a America and throughout the World. We will discuss the Prison Industrial Complex, Mass Incarcaration, Civil Rights, Jim Crow, The New Jim Crow, Native American Issues, African American Issues, Immigration, you name it we got it!
Your Voice Counts!
"Merced's Radical Voice" blogtalk radio show
Broadcast every Saturday, 3:30pm
Call in to speak with the host (347) 326-9475
We are dedicated to be the voice of the oppressed people of Merced and the surrounding area. We will be the side of the story the local media won’t tell you about. Also, we are not afraid to call things for what they really are. There are many social issues going on in the world today and we are going to bring those to light and help the people of the area see how they affect us on a local level. We will communicate Chicano militant principles that will benefit all of society. We have a goal of helping Merced become more conscious and aware of the injustices that plague our community by those that are entrusted to serve our best interests.
ALL POWER TO THE PEOPLE.
* Jesse Ornelas is a Chicano Nationalist that has been on the front lines in the battle for social justice for a few years now. He is the Minister of Defense for the National Brown Berets and is the Commander for the Merced Unit.In addition, He is also a very out spoken person who speaks militant principles, and has spent the last couple of years organizing and taking part in several different events that are in pursuit of social change. When it comes to speaking his mind he pulls no punches and has no problem saying what needs to be said.
* Victoria Castillo was born in Merced, California. Childhood was rough and spent her teenage years as a ward of the state of California. Since a young age she witnessed first hand the harsh realities of a system that perpetuates in order to generate. Experiencing the corruption of local law enforcement, representatives and supporting agencies has driven her to seek a resolution. Becoming a 'radical voice' for the oppressed is a major factor in beginning to restore a connection within her community. The CA State Coalition Against Police Brutality and Brown Berets wish to unite the people.