Violence In South Africa, Trump Denies Bahamians Temporary Protected Status,Tyrone Muhammad Protects Black Women At A Cost

 
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In this episode of the Freedom Train Podcast Series, Joseph and Patrick discuss three current topics in the news. Nigerians and other African foreigners living in South Africa have been the target of violence from South Africans. Donald Trump and his administration have denied Bahamians Temporary Protected Status due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian. A Chicago based activist named Tyrone Muhammad threw bricks through the window of a nail shop, in defense of black women being disrespected. Despite Tyrone's actions, the women in the community continue to spend their money at that particular shop. Joseph and Patrick also discussed whether black Americans truly care to escape the system of white supremacy. Tune in!!!

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