Jamarion Robinson

This week on WCLK's The Local Take I welcome Monteria Robinson, mother of Jamarion Robinson, back into our talk studio to discuss the new protest on behalf of her son taking place and being planned by Tribe76.com.  The founder of Tribe76, Saint de Villain speaks about recent protests at The Mall of Georgia and Lenox Square. 

Saint, an independent filmmaker, is producing a "new form" of protest that attracts an audience for one story "a proposal" and then turns the proposal into "a protest." 

This week on The Local Take I speak with Fulton County District Attorney Paul Howard about his recent lawsuit filed against the U. S. Justice Department regarding the death of former Clark Atlanta University Student Jamarion Robinson. Robinson lost his life in 2016 after federal law enforcement attempted to apprehend him at this girlfriend's apartment in College Park. He was shot over 70 times.

Monteria Robinson

Saturday, September 3 at 7:00 a.m. on The Local Take on Jazz 91.9 WCLK I'll continue our ongoing Black Lives Matter conversation about police violence and criminal justice reform in our community.  We'll talk about the horrible and disturbing events of August 5 in East Point with Community Activist NickyPurple and Monteria Robinson, mother of former Clark Atlanta University (CAU) Student, Jamarion Robinson.