An America for everybody

An America for everybody

Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political, and economical conditions facing people of color. In An America for everybody he talks about the issues dividing America. Where is the America for those non-whites but people of color. Dialogue allows addressing the issues to combat the tide of racism to make An America for everybody.

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June 18, 2021 30 min
The return of Jah Scribe's podcast looks at are things getting better under President Biden? Host Jah Scribe discusses current events pertaining to immigration issues. Also, the economic and political treatment of people of color in America by the government along with it's institutions. Jah Scribe offers his unbiased opions of the issues.
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The USCIS has stated no more H-1B Visas due to the limits set by congress. Every year only a certain amount of H-1B visas are given out to specialize workers. This H-1B visas allow American companies to temporarily hire foreign workers.
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Host Jah Scribe discusses current events pertaining to immigration issues in America; especially those of color. Jah Scribe discusses the coup to take over the capital. He also ask the question of what if they where people of color or what America hates BLM would the response by law enforcement be the same?
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December 18, 2020 34 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses current events pertaining to immigration issues in America; especially those immigrants of color. He keeps is focus on looking at America's lack of inclusivism, especially towards people of color. He now has contracted the Corona virus and tell his tale of how we the people of color are most affected by this virus.
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November 29, 2020 30 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political and economical issues pertaining to people of color. In this episode he discusses Trump being President of litigation.
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Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political and economical issues pertaining to people of color. On this Thanksgiving episode we ask the question what are you Thankful for?
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Host Jah Scribe discusses the upcoming election and the choice being only two white men for president. Also the racist rhetoric that has divided Americans by this President. Listen to An America for everybody to hear Jah Scribes view on current events and politics. His unbiased views on social issues that affect people of color.
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October 1, 2020 31 min
Host Jah Scribe been on hiatus but he's back. Addressing what people of color already knew America is not for everybody. Especially with the current president. America is still racist and the fight for equality goes on even during a pandemic.
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June 30, 2020 30 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses social, political, and economical conditions facing people of color . Jah Scribe returns to podcasting after three months hiatus to discuss issues facing black people like segregational housing in America.
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Host Jah Scribe discusses current events pertaining to immigration. Issues include social, political, and economical issues facing immigrants of color. In this the continuation of the discussion on the topic of keeping immigration courts' open during this Corona Virus Pandemic part 2.
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Host Jah Scribe discusses current events pertaining to immigration. Issues include social, political, and economical issues facing immigrants of color. In this episode Jah Scribe discusses keeping immigration court's open while in the mids of the Corona Virus crisis. Part 1 of this discussion with music from the upcoming EP Pandemic "Things will get better."
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Host Jah Scribe discusses current events pertaining to immigration. Issues include social, political, and economical issues facing immigrants of color. In this episode Jah Scribe discusses the allowing of the new Public charge rule by the American Supreme court. What this new rule means to incoming immigrants to America. The new bias Public charge rule by a antiimmigrant regime.
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Host Jah Scribe discusses social, political, economic, and current events pertaining to immigration regarding people of color. In this the thirty fifth episode Trump's regime on sueing local courts to stop filing injunctions against their racist policies.
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Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political, and economic issues facing people of color in regards to immigration in America. On this the thirty fourth episode host Jah Scribe discusses the new list of countries eligible to apply for work visas to come to the United states. Another attempt by the Trume regime to limit immigration into the United states by people of color
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January 23, 2020 31 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses social, political, and current events. Especially in this antiimmigration regime in the Trump administration. Jah Scribe offers his commentary on this bold face discrimination. In this the thirty second episode the focus is on Trump's administration using the census data to further discriminate against immigrants.
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January 21, 2020 30 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses social, political, and current events facing people of color regarding immigration issues. Keep on the theme of Daca he discusses waiting on the court decision by the Supreme court on whether Daca be kept or discontinued. This decision weighing heavily on hundreds of thousands of Daca recipient.
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January 13, 2020 31 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political, and economical conditions facing people of color. In this the 30th episode he continues the discussion on the rising cost of immigration fees, especially Daca fees on An America For Everybody.
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January 11, 2020 32 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political, and economical conditions facing people of color. In this the 29 episode he discusses the rise of Daca fees to deter people of color from achieving the American dream.
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December 30, 2019 31 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political, and economical conditions facing people of color, in episode 28 he discusses New York State passing the Dreamers act in January of 2019. Now undocumented students can go to college and receive financial assistance. Allowing those Dreamers Daca children to attain higher education.
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December 17, 2019 30 min
Host Jah Scribe discusses current social, political, and economical conditions facing people of color. In episode 27 he discusses class warfare in New York City. How New York City has become for the rich. The have and the have nots that compete against each other in New York City. The high cost of rent in New York City where those who work in the city can't afford to live in the city.
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