1.  Did Rick Ross spit a verse condoning date rape?
Miami based Hip Hop superstar Rick Ross just dropped a verse on Atlanta-based artist Rocko’s track “U.O.E.N.O.,” that seems to clearly celebrate date rape.  Several voices have already spoken out about it.  But tonight as a Miami-based show, we want to have our say.  Don’t miss this segment.
2.  Jose Machado speaks on a Miami march for immigrant rights.
On April 6th, Miami is joining cities across the country in a massive march for immigrant rights.  Hear why Students Working for Equal Rights member Jose Machado is marching.
3.  Gay Marriage, Marriage Equality and the Supreme Court
This week, the Supreme Court is hearing arguments on Federal and State laws banning Gay marriage.  On the show, we talk with folks in the for, against and “for but…” camp about their thoughts on what may be one of the most important Supreme Court decisions of the year.Guests include community activist Tobias Packer, Christian Family Coalitions Anthony Verdugo & Gender Justice LA’s Rodrigo Lehtinen.

1.  The Conservative Vicelords-Chicago’s gang-turned-community organization
Two weeks ago, Bobby Gore passed away in Chicago.  He was one of the founders of the Conservative Vicelords, a faction of the Vicelords that transformed one of the oldest and most infamous of Chicago’s street gangs into a community based organization dedicated to empowering the Lawndale section of Chicago.  Understanding what went right and wrong with the Conservative Vicelords in the late 60’s and early 70’s is key to understanding what is right and wrong with violence in our streets today.  Please tune in as we speak to three original members of the Conservative Vicelords and the author of a book dedicated to Bobby Gore, the World of Gangs.
But first…
2.  What the hell is a sequester?
If you pay attention to the news it is either yet another looming politician-made disaster or a reason to change the channel and watch a better political drama, Deception.  Tune in as we talk to our friends at the Center for Economic and Policy Research about how the sequester may affect our friends and family, whatever the hell it is.
3.  Black Immigrants and the Civil Rights movement.
A lot of people like to call the Immigrant Rights movement the “next Civil Rights” movement.  That sort of assumes that the last Civil Rights movement isn’t still going on and that Immigrants didn’t play any role in it.  Tune in and don’t miss this.

1.  Do we have the audacity to stop hoping and start changing?

Prez Obama was sworn in on MLK day this year, forcing all sorts of talking heads to make connections that may or may not be true between the two.  But it got us at LTAI thinking.  What are people on the ground thinking about hope and change, and changing more than hoping?  If that didn’t just confuse you, tune in as we talk to Phil Agnew (Dream Defenders), Desmond Meade (Florida Rights Restoration Coalition), Caitlin Breedlove (Southerners on New Ground) and Erika Andiola (Dream Action Coalition).  Plus, our own Shannan Reaze will give us a report back of the festivities at the inauguration.  Don’t miss this.
2. “…through Seneca Falls, and Selma, and Stonewall…”
Of all the things said during Obama’s inauguration speech, that statement is considered among the most profound, especially for folks in the LGBT and Gay Rights Movement.  Tonight, we check in with our friends at Get Equal-Florida (Jarrod Scarbrough) about what actions will spring from these words.