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Produced by Bruce Wayne Stanley & Muhammed Malik

News has been coming in that at least a dozen people have been killed in a mass killing at a Washington DC Navy Yard.  Tonight we will check in on what we know.

Last night, an Indian American was crowned as the new Miss America.  Tonight we ask Deepa Iyer (South Asian Americans Leading Together) & Tanzila Ahmed why her coronation was so controversial.

Plus, there have been one too many stories of an unarmed someone in Miami being killed by one of its many police officers.  What can we do about it?  Judy Greene (Justice Strategies) and Iris Roley think that the answer may come from Cincinnati, Ohio.

Finally, Mass Transit in Miami is often considered an oxymoron.  Find out how the folks from TRAC Miami hope to change that.


We remember the lives of all that were lost in Newtown, Connecticut and all that are lost everyday to senseless (yes, we said it) violence.

1.  Is there another way to talk about ending violence?
The tragedy in Newtown last Friday has created a strong push for something to be done to end violence, specifically mass violence.  Much of it has focused on mental health and guns.  Tonight, we will talk about how we talk, think and act in a way that creates solutions that can move us forward.
2.  What exactly is a culture of violence?
Much has been said about America and Americans having a “culture of violence.” But what does that phrase mean?  How do we define it so that we can work to end it?  Tune in tonight.
3.  What are real Mayans doing when on the day that the “world will end.”
A lot of people keep talking about the Mayan calendar signalling the end of the world.  But very few of those people are actually talking about it with real Mayans.  If you didn’t know, South Florida has a vibrant community of Mayans, tens of thousands of them.  Tonight, we ask them what they are doing on the 21st, how they feel about everyone talking about their calendar and what people should really know about the Mayan community.