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Join Wallace Ford and special guest Co-host Monique John, a writer and activist specializing in feminism, racial politics, media representation and hip hop culture. she is also a pundit for Arise TV, a 24-hour international news and entertainment channel. In this episode of The Inclusion Show with Wallace Ford (weekend edition) - we explore Police relations, Bill Cosby and a Nation Protesting and asking for change.

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Join Wallace Ford and special guest Co-host Monique John, a writer and activist specializing in feminism, racial politics, media representation and hip hop culture. she is also a pundit for Arise TV, a 24-hour international news and entertainment channel. In this episode of The Inclusion Show with Wallace Ford (weekend edition) – we explore Police relations, Bill Cosby and a Nation Protesting and asking for change.

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Felipe Luciano (born c. 1947) is an American poet, community activist, journalist, media personality, and politician. He is of Afro-Puerto Rican heritage.

Felipe Luciano served time in prison for manslaughter in the fatal stabbing of a Brooklyn teenager in the early 1960s. Following his release, he attended Queens College and became a member of the Original Last Poets (with Gylan Kain and David Nelson) He co-founded the New York chapter of the Young Lords (later called the Young Lords Party in New York), whose legal council was a young Jerry Rivers (now known as Geraldo Rivera) and served as its chair.

The original Young Lords in Chicago developed because their Puerto Rican community was being gentrified.The Young Lords Party in NYC which originated within the Young Lords Movement, reportedly began as a student political movement that later coalesced with several other New York branches of the Young Lords to form the New York Regional Chapter.

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