Sirius-XM Urban View 126

Urban View is an independent Black-owned media source (Channel 126) that provides me an escape from banal predictable radio fare 24/7. Actually, a resource for anyone seeking fresh news presented by highly qualified hosts who speak their own minds. Unfiltered.

It is as freely available a subscription package I seek when the frenetic overwhelms me. I am the kind of person who keeps a small note book available to jot notes, when I can find a safe place to note important stuff. Actually, one such spiral pads from the Dollar Tree rests on my desk as I tap these keys. The nearest one has some hastily recorded notes on a certain Clarence Moses, a man incarcerated in Colorado from 1987 to 1995 for the crime of appearing in a woman’s incoherent dream. DNA testing in 1993 established that he was innocent. The 10th Circuit Court District Attorney fabricated a story from unreliable sources to support the evidence of an unreliable woman’s fantasies, and presented that story as solid and irrefutable evidence. DNA actual evidence was somehow destroyed by sloppy handling within the Denver Police system, a pattern that one tabloid-quality newspaper ascribes to a “mistakes happened” mentality — one that places blacks in a position that conveniently forces black defendants to conform within a Jim Crow world. Ospreyshire describes the dynamic in a recent article on Ospreyshire’s Realm regarding Carolyn Bryant. Emmet Till casts a very long shadow indeed. Unaddressed acknowledgement of White Supremacy is a feature of the US Constitution and the horror that has been running its red thread through the DNA this country since 1619. Genocide and Slavery are principle links that explain the clearly explicable.

Moses is making himself available to others who find themselves in similar situations, take him at his word.

As ever, the actual perp has not even been sought. But what do I know?

You can find further informational programming on the Clay Cain Show. The Exonerated is merely one of the many stories available there.

Joe Madison (The Black Eagle) is an activist from way back in the 1960’s Civil Rights stage. Here is a quote from Madison recorded during his hunger strike in 2021:

“As all of you know, my show is action-oriented. It personifies taking action. I always say, ‘What are you going to do about it?’ And for me, it’s not just a slogan. It is what drives me and inspires me. So I have begun this hunger strike, I should say this, in solidarity – let me repeat, in solidarity – with all those who are calling on Congress and the President of the United States to protect our voting rights. Since the Supreme Court decision, Shelby [County] v. Holder watered down the Voting Rights Act of 1965, here’s what has happened. State Houses across the country have passed a myriad of laws that have made it more difficult for people to vote. And I am here to say, at some point we’ve got to change these moments into movements. And the difference between a moment and a movement is sacrifice, and although this is a moral as well as political cause for me, it is a component of a much larger movement.” 

Joe Madison
Mark Ruffalo, presented on the Karen Hunter Show

Karen Hunter Media

Meanwhile, keep your eyes on Georgia.

This post nearly wrote itself, reminding me that I take entirely too much time agonizing over specific words. My role as witness is far more important than such distractions.

Thanks for reading.

Author: Bill Ziegler

I am a former resident of Delhi Township. These are memories of my life and times in that community during the 1950s and 1960s. A time capsule.

12 thoughts on “Sirius-XM Urban View 126”

    1. Hello, Inchie! Thank you for bringing an international voice in solidarity with Clarence Moses. Though you do not have access to SiriusXm in the UK, the internet has brought BillZiegler1947 to thousands of individuals throughout the world — if only with a passing glance. I wish WP would discontinue using a godforsaken Mercator Projection on their stats page. And allow me to Like your comments, including this one. Aaarrrgggghhhhhh!
      But enough already with such distractions. What matters now is that SiriusXM Urban View makes a difference for all tellurians.

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      1. Here, here on all points, Billum.
        No idea what a Mercator Projection is though. But I can’t like or comment on many blogs, so annoying!
        Injustices are being brought back to the attention of us here in the UK, via TV programmes.
        I just had to sign in ayet again to get to this page? Now, when I try to comment I’ll have to sign in everytime… Grrr!
        Carer Richard has just left me. He’s a grand lad.

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    1. Your posts have very much inspired me, ospreyshire. So I am the beneficiary here. Thanks to you for being you, my friend. In fact, some difficulty encountered while responding to comments just awarded me a synchronistical blessing: finding this fine gem:

      In solidarity, Bill

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