Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Speak Your HumanRightsDemand 6:30pmEDT

Participate in human rights conferences daily at *6:30pmEDT: HAVE YOUR SAY about any domestic #humanrights issues. Call (605)562-0020, code 992212650 daily to speak or hear live shows.

Hear our 8/2/16 Human Rights Demand conference by calling (605)562.0029, code 992212650, tape #73, or listen online at
Guests: Holly Alston and Debby Sapp
Sponsored by MaryLovesJustice, Director of "Human Rights Demand," AIMI, and other online organizations. Donate at

Hear more archived broadcasts at three sites:

Online meetings will be held daily at 6:30pmEDT for an indefinite period. There is no need to schedule yourself as a guest. Everyone is welcome to speak or just listen at (605)562-0020, code 992212650. Some conferences will be uploaded to "Human Rights Demand" channel at Blogtalkradio.

"Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will." ~Frederick Douglass
Foul and degrading language is forbidden. The host and callers are responsible only for whatever information they personally share. 

Saturday, March 12, 2016

Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real March 12 Broadcast

Johnny Strozier, our host, spent 46 years in Georgia penal system although he says he never murdered or kidnapped anyone. He entered prison as a 10-year-old in 1968 and exited on parole in 2013, having spent essentially a lifetime behind bars. As he came of age as a young prisoner, Johnny was rebellious and angry. He credits his conversion to Christianity for his "new life" as a free man, relatively speaking. Listen to our broadcast of March 12, 2016 at the Blogtalkradio link below for our "Human Rights Demand" program. 
Johnny taught himself how to read and write while incarcerated. He took classes in brick masonry, cooking, and other available subjects and gained proficiency and certification in several trades. He also married while still a prisoner and now resides in the Atlanta area with his wife. Johnny Strozier struggles against the odds to make a successful reentry, understanding that "a man must think right and act right so that things will go right in his life." Being a good Christian and a gainfully employed man were Johnny's main priorities after parole. July 2016 will mark Johnny's third year as a free man, a status he never enjoyed until his mid-50's.
Strozier assembled a network of individuals, including former prisoners, church members, and human rights advocates, who are dedicated, as he is, to reducing recidivism among prison parolees and encouraging youths to avoid conduct that would lead to incarceration. Please join us most Saturday nights at "Human Rights Demand" for conversations with Strozier and his panel of guest speakers, and access previously broadcasts. Encourage your church's prison ministry, released prisoners, and young people to please join us and share their ideas on the air live at 9pm Saturdays at 347.857.3293.
Hear pre-recorded broadcasts of "Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real" at Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio, where all shows are archived for future listening 24/7. Contact Johnny Strozier with questions, comments, and invitations to speak to your churches, civic groups and organizations at 678.516.4993. Please enjoy and share the March 12, 2016 show at the link below.
As we approach the commemoration of the Easter Execution, we urge mercy, empathy, and help for reentering citizens and an end to the death penalty in America. We hope decision makers (voters) will demand better reentry opportunities for people who God loves and sacrificed His Son to give a Second Chance, which He did for us all. We spoke on the show about this being the second anniversary of the execution of Ray Jasper in Texas. "Every shut eye ain't sleep, and every goodbye ain't gone." Jasper will live forever in the words he wrote after 15 years on death row with his execution imminent. "Human Rights Demand" believes everyone should have their say, even condemned men and women! Please read and share Jasper's letter at "Human Rights for Prisoners March" at this link:
The "Johnny Strozier Keeping It Real" show is produced by Mary Neal, a/k/a MaryLovesJustice, director of
~Davis/MacPhail Truth Committee
~Dog Justice for Mentally Ill
~Human Rights for Prisoners March
~Assistance to the Incarcerated Mentally Ill ("AIMI")
~ Human Rights Demand radio channel at Blogtalkradio phone (678)531.0262 or (571)335-1741
For He looked down from the height of His sanctuary;
From heaven the Lord viewed the earth,
To hear the groaning of the prisoner,
To release those appointed to death!

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Two Conversations with Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris: Minister Prosecuted for Black Lives Matter Demonstrations

- Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr. speaking at a "Black and Brown Lives Matter" Demonstration -

TWO public conversations with Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris Jr. this weekend. He is the Fresno, CA minister who was detained and faces trial for participating in a "Black Lives Matter"‬ march last summer:

(1) Sat. Jan. 16 at 3:30pmPacific, please call (605)562-0020, code 992.212.650 to listen and participate, and

(2) Sun. Jan. 17 at 7amPacific, please call 626-414-3504 to speak to/about Rev. Harris and the Black Lives Matter movement.

Hear and share the radio broadcast if you care about ministers being allowed to protest circumstances they perceive as being outside the will of God.

Discuss whether Fresno PD is righteous to target people who use the #blacklivesmatter hashtag and participate in public protests after police killings. Is Rev. Harris wrong, or should more ministers follow the methods of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.and protest with the People against oppression, especially after police shootings are perceived as causing wrongful deaths (Prov. 31:8-9)?


Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr. Prosecuted for Black Lives Matter March in Fresno January 6, 2016

Rev. Floyd Harris, Jr. leading a "Black Lives Matter" march in Fresno, CA (2015)

Rev. Floyd Harris Jr. has been invited to speak on the January 5th broadcast of "Ralph Poynter What's Happening" radio show, which is heard live on three channels, including Human Rights Demand at 9pmEST. Please call 347.857.3293 to join Poynter, Lynne Stewart, Professor Betty Davis, activist Larry Pinkney, Mary Neal, and others as we discuss political prisoners. Harris faces trial on January 6, 2016, for organizing a #BlackLivesMatter march in Fresno, California during the summer of 2015. Please stand with us as we discuss our religious leaders, BPP members, and other human rights advocates who are persecuted for righteousness sake. Please hear REDEMPTION (embedded below), by Bob Marley, who asked, "How long will they kill our prophets while we stand aside and look?" It should stop here and now, please. 

Hear and share the radio broadcast if you care about ministers being allowed to protest circumstances they perceive as being outside the will of God.

MaryLovesJustice, director
Human Rights Demand channel, Blogtalkradio
(Good try, hackers)

Bob Marley sings REDEMPTION