Tuesday, May 5, 2015

May 2015 MLJ Radio Schedule

PLEASE JOIN US! We use two human rights radio channels. Call (818)572-2947 for NNIA1, and call (347)857-3293 for Human Rights Demand. Upcoming BlogTalkRadio programs are listed in this schedule. Most of the shows are weekly presentations.

May 2, 
Sat. 9amPST, AIMI vs. USA claimants conference. FreeConferenceCall dial-in number (605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650. If that fails, the backup number is (805)360-1075. Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill (AIMI) plans an action in International Court to win restitution for mentally ill people and their families or next friends regarding homelessness, negligence, torture, and/or wrongful deaths of mentally ill people under the color of law. People who were victimized by untreated mentally ill people or drug/alcohol addicts can also become claimants. See more information below.

Sat. 6pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real. Strozier was incarcerated from 1968, when he was 10 years of age, until 2013. He literally grew up in Georgia's prison system. Strozier advises youths and released prisoners to think right and act right so that things will go right in their lives. He has assembled churches and human rights activists to help released prisoners in the Atlanta area. Don't miss this re-entry program.

Sun. 9pmPST at NNIA1 (weekly) - MaryLovesJustice Prayer Meeting. Topic: "Christian responsibility in the Last Days."

Mon. 12noonPST at NNIA1 (weekly) - "Is a lawyer in the house?" People who need legal representation state their cases in civil and criminal matters. 

Mon. 6pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Mothers March for Peace. Mama T and members advocate to stop community violence, particularly among young people. Group is open to people who wish to stop the violence, including mothers whose children were killed in gang activity or by bullies. These murders were caused by people within the same race and age group.

Tue. 12pmPST at NNIA1 (weekly) - Dorothy Mackey, Human Rights Advocate, reveals shocking information about child endangerment, military sexual assaults, targeted individuals, and other issues (Google her). 

Tue. 6pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Ralph Poynter "What's Happening," hosted by a human and civil rights icon (Google him). Poynter is regularly joined on air by his wife, former activist attorney Lynne Stewart, and colleagues, including Betty Davis, Larry Poynter, and others to discuss current events and support political prisoners.

[POSTPONED] May 6, Wed. 12pmPST at Human Rights Demand - Debby Sapp has a mentally ill son in the Florida prison system. John Wolf's psychotropic medication was withdrawn weeks ago. Cessation of meds forces some patients into a mental health crisis, leading to possibly dangerous, avoidable situations and lengthened sentences. [Debby has a stomach virus.]

Wed. 9pmPST at NNIA1 (weekly) Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill  In America, 1.25 million mentally ill people are incarcerated. They comprise 60 percent of the inmates in solitary confinement torture and over 50 percent of the police violence victims. Mentally ill people in the USA are sometimes executed, which violates U.S. and international law. We discuss the problems generally and present specific cases of government negligence and abuse.

Thur. 12pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) Bob Darby  Human rights advocate, especially for, but not limited to, the homeless mentally ill. Discussions include American eugenics, drug dealing by U.S. officials, avoidable wars, and power without compassion. Darby is a peace activist who was recently named Georgia coordinator for protests against the School of the Americas by School of the America's Watch 

May 7, 2015: Thur. 6:00pmPST - AIMI vs. USA" (NNIA1) - Another Cochran Firm fraud to present. Judy Nashville reveals police violence against her son, Stanley Parker, 17, and The Cochran Firm fraud that robbed her family of #justice in the wrongful death case. The African American youth was killed by former St.Louis police officer Keith McGull in 2002. On the civil trial date in 2006, Rodney Holmes, Esq., a Cochran Firm lawyer, was missing in action. He did not appear in court to defend his client's wrongful death case. After that, The Cochran Firm told Nashville the law firm had no money for a continuance.

Friday 12pmPST at Human Rights Demand (weekly) - Mary Diaz and Human Conflict Org. show - Advocating parole of prisoners in Florida and throughout the USA after serving their minimum sentences. Every Friday!

Fridays nights are usually reserved for special broadcasts, interviews with authors, and open mic nights. Friday night programs at NNIA1 are not scheduled for every week but will be announced (if/when shows are scheduled) at Mary Neal's pages on Facebook, Google+ (MaryLovesJustice Neal), and Twitter under the @koffietime account as well as in this schedule.

Monthly on Human Rights Demand - MaryLovesJustice presents authors and their latest books about social, economic, and legal justice issues. Dates and times for authors' interviews will be announced at Mary Neal's pages on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter under the @koffietime account as well as in this schedule. Recommended books are featured at our "MaryLovesJustice" blog.

Monthly AIMI Volunteers Conference. AIMI has advocated for the human and civil rights of mentally challenged individuals and their families since 2007. Volunteer conferences are scheduled for 10:00 a.m. PST on the first Saturday of each month, immediately after the "AIMI vs. USA" claimants conferences, which begin at 9amPST. 

** Learn more about "AIMI vs. USA" at


Search online for "AIMI vs. USA." See "Dog Justice for Mentally Ill" blog at
http://DogJusticeforMentallyIll.blogspot.com for individual stories of avoidable tragedies and methods for improving mental heath care in America.

Thank you for planning to join us for these Blogtalkradio broadcasts and conferences. All shows are archived for later listening by computer at your convenience 24/7, but please call in to speak on air! Comments and questions are invited for every program (see both telephone numbers in paragraph 1, above). Please call Mary Neal at 678.531.0262 or (571)335-1741 if you have questions about our schedule, want to be a special guest, or if you experience trouble connecting to our shows or the conference calls for AIMI volunteers and "AIMI vs. USA."

MaryLovesJustice Neal is director of Human Rights Demand, a host at National Network in Action (NNIA1), and director of Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill, a human/civil rights organization to decriminalize mental illness in America. The Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr. is director at NNIA. Note that "AIMI vs. USA" now uses only FreeConferenceCall for claimants conferences:(605)562-0020, Meeting I.D. Code: 992-212-650 >> backup no. (805)360.1075. See a complete list of MaryLovesJustice advocacy blogs and organizations at

The information and viewpoints given by hosts and guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of MaryLovesJustice, Human Rights Demand, or National Network in Action. Neither hosts nor guests accept responsibility for the accuracy of information given by any other party.

Paragraph 1 repeated: PLEASE JOIN US! We use two human rights radio channels. Call (818) 572-2947 for NNIA1, and call (347)857-3293 for Human Rights Demand. Upcoming BlogTalkRadio programs are listed in this schedule. Most of the shows are weekly presentations, but special shows will be added as they are scheduled throughout the month.

Call or email MaryLovesJustice to be a guest or a guest host. Send your requests to the MaryLovesJustice@gmail.com email address in order to be considered. Title your email "radio shows." If you do not receive a confirmation within 48 hours, please re-send the request, and call (571) 335-1741 for Mary Neal or the cell phone number (678)531.0262. You are also invited to simply comment below and leave your email address. Thank you for sharing our human rights radio schedule and broadcasts with your friends and social networks to help make human rights radio shows successful!