Listen to ‘Straight Talk Live’ w/ Khari Enaharo – March 18, 2017
- Clip #1 – The mother of Henry Green and attorney Sean Walton speak on the case
- Clip #2 – The need for Black police officers to serve in Black neighborhoods
- Clip #3 – Hold Columbus City Council, the Safety Director and Mayor Ginther accountable
- Clip #4 – How should the community respond if the cops who killed Henry Green are not indicted?
- Clip #5 – A ‘Call to Action’ – Uniting Black Organizations & Churches in Columbus
- Clip #6 – The Failure of Black city leadership. Is City Council scared of the F.O.P?
- Clip #7 – What should the community do if there’s no indictment for the officers who killed Henry Green?
- Clip #8 – Questionable record for officers (Jason Bare & Zachary Rosen) involved in Henry Green shooting?
- Clip #9 – Who is negotiating the collective bargaining agreement with the FOP?
- Clip #10 – How many shots were fired by the police?
- Clip #11 – Is it a coincidence that the grand jury decision is scheduled for the birthday week of Henry Green?
- Clip #12 – Is a promised meeting with Mayor Ginther enough? Government officials must be challenged?
- Clip #13 – The need organize and unite Black people in Columbus
- Clip #14 – Hold Black elected officials, ministers & public officials accountable
- Clip #15 – Valuing the word of the Black community | Uniting Black organizations
- Clip #16 – Message to the People: Ms. Adrienne Hood, mother of Henry Green & Attorney Sean Walton Jr.
Listen to ‘Eye on the Community’ w/ Yaves Ellis – March 19, 2017
- Clip #1 – What happened to Henry Green? Adrienne Hood, mother & Sean Walton, attorney
- Clip #2 – The Community ‘Safety’ Initiative, Next Steps, Grand Jury process & the birthday of Henry Green
“If we don’t speak up, if we don’t continue to put pressure on the powers that be, to hold them accountable, this will continue to happen,” said Adrienne Hood, mother of Henry Green, who was killed by Columbus police on June 6.
“They walked away like it was nothing — still getting paid, probably back on the beat,” said Hood, who served in the U.S. military for 20 years. “But we lost a son, a brother, a nephew, a cousin, a friend.”
Listen to Ms. Adrienne Hood (mother of Henry Green)