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Wednesday, December 19, 2018

Justice Watch Radio, Hosted By Award-Winning African American Attorney Zulu Ali, Will Be Nationally Syndicated

Justice Watch with Attorney Zulu Ali

Nationwide — After airing on CNBC affiliate KCAA radio, broadcasting to the Riverside and San Bernardino County, California community on 106.5 FM, 102.3 FM, and 1050 AM for the past year, Justice Watch with Attorney Zulu Ali has announced national syndication on the GAB Radio Network scheduled to begin December 30, 2018. The program will continue to broadcast on KCAA but will make its broadcast available to a national audience through radio stations around the country.

Justice Watch with Attorney Zulu Ali broadcasts live every Sunday from 5pm to 6pm (PST); however, dates and times of broadcast will vary depending on station and time zone; some broadcasts will be pre-recorded.

Attorney Zulu Ali along with the Justice Watch crew: Executive Producer and Co-Host Rosa Nunez; Co-Host Michael “Bilal” Clark; Expert Commentator Dr. Aquil Basheer; and Program Administrator Charito Ali discuss a vast number of legal and social justice issues to inform the listeners and to foster a strong sense of community. With 51 episodes aired, Attorney Zulu Ali and the Justice Watch crew have provided their listeners with informative discussions, debates, and information on criminal and social justice topics ranging from Police Brutality and the Immigration crises to Prison Reform and Juvenile Justice.

According to Attorney Ali, “The focus of our broadcast is to provide an honest analysis and viable solutions to the criminal and social justice crisis in America and the world from a Black, Brown, working class, and socially disadvantaged perspective; and use our platform to motivate our listeners to be informed and part of the solution.”

Host, Attorney Zulu Ali, is a former Police Officer, U.S. Marine Corps veteran, and an award-winning trial lawyer who focuses on representing persons accused of crimes, immigrants, victims of discrimination, persons seeking civil justice; and defendants and victims at the international criminal court at The Hague, Netherlands. Attorney Ali and his law firm take on extremely difficult cases and matters that provide an opportunity to make changes in the law, through the courts, when the law is unjust. In 2017, Attorney Ali was recognized as one of the most influential African American Leaders in Los Angeles by the National Action Network.

Executive Producer and Co-Host Rosa Nunez is a first generation graduate from the University of California Irvine where she pursued a degree in Political Science and International Studies. As a daughter of immigrants growing up in a low income community, Rosa was motivated to pursue a career with a focus on international human rights. Rosa has interned in the U.S. Congress and California State Assembly, and has expansive international experience, from interning at the Irish Parliament in Dublin, Ireland, conducting Human Rights research alongside faculty at the University of Tres de Febrero in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to immersing herself in the study of Canadian Criminology in the city of Vancouver. Throughout the years she has developed a passion for service and has been awarded various scholarships for her work both domestically and internationally, which include the Gillman Scholarship, HACU Scholarship, SAGE Scholarship, UCEAP Scholarship and Killam American Scholarship.

Co-Host Michael “Bilal” Clark is former gang member from South Central Los Angeles and now an entrepreneur, motivational speaker and youth mentor. After spending over two decades of his life in the penal system. Bilal has returned back to the community with a serious determination to help correct and up root some of the criminal mind sets that he once helped create. He is the founder and Executive Director of Motivateum Youth Mentoring Group which is a nonprofit youth organization that deals with at-risk youth, and has worked in conjunction with the Los Angeles County Probation Department, Los Angeles County Superior Courts, businesses and other nonprofit agencies to prevent youth from pursuing a life of criminal behavior and activities.

Justice Watch in-house Expert Commentator Dr. Aquil Basheer has been described as “One of the nation’s most premier Violence Intermediation Professionals, Elite Public Safety Experts and Hard Core Gang Intervention Specialists.” He is recognized as being at the top of a league of pinnacle specialists in the area of discipline and acknowledged as one of the most accomplished authorities in this field of expertise. He instructs & consults worldwide, has founded Maximum Force Enterprises and the Professional Community Intervention Training Institute (PCITI). He was awarded a Doctorate of Humanities from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology.

Program Administrator Charito Ali is a native of the Philippines and of Visayan and Negrito descent. Charito is an experienced legal executive and has been the operations manager of the Law Offices of Zulu Ali overseeing the North American offices in Southern California for over a decade and is currently the liaison for the international Law Office in The Hague, Netherlands.

For more information on affiliate stations and broadcast times, contact Justice Watch Radio at 888-410-7250.

 

PRESS CONTACT:
Rosa Nunez, Executive Producer
Justice Watch Radio
justicewatchradio@gmail.com
888-410-7250

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