Trump voter fraud shenanigans, the Biden-Harris win and the Georgia runoffs

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For Lisa Durden and her panelists, its about holding the Biden Administration accountable. But, as we wait for the January 20, 2021 inauguration, will Donald Trump leave the White House for the Big House?

In Durden’s, Stop Brutalizing Black Bodies podcast, she explores Trumps multiple lawsuits alleging voter fraud, the recent Senate runoffs in Georgia, and the Biden-Harris win. As the days of Number 44 are les than two weeks away, the Dump Trump train picks up speed. The incoming Biden Administration has been working on a cabinet to deal with pressing issues in the nation and clean up the trail of carnage left by Trump Administration. 

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The podcast is a platform created to amplify Black voices unapologetically. Each Week, Durden features a panel she calls, #DopeAFContributors. Here are this week’s panelist:

Dr. Leah Z. Owens. Owner of Just Writing LLC. An Education, a research and consultant company. She’s also a teacher-scholar-activist and former elected member of the Newark Board of Education. She’s a co-founding member of Newark Education Workers (NEW) Caucus. Her years teaching in Newark Public Schools, shaped her political consciousness in a way that centers anti-racism and justice. 

Celeste Bateman. Cultural advocate, arts activist, licensed booking agent, avid voter and president of Celeste Bateman & Associates, LLC. The firm specializes in arts and cultural programming; arts management consulting; special events production; arts advocacy; and the Nia Network, a roster of artists and speakers of African descent who specialize in and present art forms relative to the African Diaspora.

Iris Williams. A licensed New York residential real estate agent for over 15 years, Williams works in luxury real estate at the Corcoran Group in Brooklyn. She’s also an actress with a Masters in Fine Arts from the Actors Studio.

Derel M. Stroud. A protester, political strategist, educator and consultant with 16 years of extensive leadership, management, and political experience. He’s also an instructor at American Institute.

Bahlial Lott. Videographer and president of B. Lott Photography, in 2019, Bahlial released his first documentary entitled, “Damned,” which focuses on the unfortunate events pertaining to police brutality and violence within the urban community.

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