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Coming up in the second hour, after Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman, we take a brief look at Venezuela, hear about upcoming concerts and hear from Moving Picture Radio.
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This week on the Friday Morning After (February 27, 2015), in observance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Malcolm X, The Real News Network shared the speech he gave in Detroit on February 15, 1965, after the firebombing on February 14, 1965 just one week before he was killed, we will play you the beginning of that historic speech, followed by local municipal headlines with Ken McMurray.
Coming up in the second hour, after Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman, we will be speaking to local singer/musician Freddie James, who was arrested towards the end of January while driving his own BMW in the West Island, with no reason to note of stopping him in the first place.
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