Sunday, January 17, 2016


The Phil Taitt Show and Unity in the Community presents


The Most Talked About Event in New York City!!

Date: February 26th, 2016
180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Doors Open: 6:30pm
Show Starts: 7:00pm
(Reception After The Show)

There will be a Live Performance by American Idol Winner: Candace Glover

There will also be Appearances by Special Guests:

*Julian Talley from the New York Giants
*Bre Scullark from America's Next Top Model
*Robert Christopher Riley from VH1's "Hit the Floor"

This Event will be hosted by Phil Taitt of The Phil Taitt Show

Proceeds will be donated to Non Profit Organization "Unity in the Community" and to the Do Right Do Good Scholarship Award.

Promotions by Celeb Booking, Management SoSincere and Promotional Company SoSincere Entertainment.

Friday, January 15, 2016

#PeoplesMonday #MarioWoods #BlackLivesMatter #ReclaimMLK

The Largest Planned March in New York City with Endorsements from various Organizations.

via NYC Shut It Down Facts Team:
On December 2, 2015, Mario Woods was walking down the sidewalk when five police officers from the San Francisco Police Department approachedhim with their weapons drawn. Officers claimed that Mario matched a suspect description for a crime that had been committed earlier in the day.
 (In which he was never confirmed of being the person of interest)

According to video footage, Mario is standing with his back against a concrete wall, completely surrounded by officers who mercilessly opened fire on him, shooting him at least 15 times. Officers say that Mario was holding a knife, but as the first shot is fired, Mario is limping away from the officers and his hands were at his sides.

Earlier this year, a federal probe uncovered that officers from the San Francisco Police Department had been sending racist text messages in which black people were called "monkeys" and "half-breeds." And, on the very day that San Francisco police executed Mario, defendants in a federal drug case accused the department of "engaging in systematic racial bias and sexual harassment toward black residents."

Join us on Monday, January 18th, as we remember #MarioWoods in points throughout #Brooklyn. We stand in solidarity with Mario's family and the #BlackLivesMatter community in #SanFrancisco.

Friday, January 8, 2016

#PeoplesMonday #IndiaKager #BlackVetsMatter #BlackLivesMatter 1/11/2016

Via NYC Shut It Down:
On the night of Sept. 5th, 2015, India Kager was murdered by officers from the Virginia Beach Police Department. She was a 27-year-old black woman and a mother to two young boys. India was a Navy veteran who was awarded medals for good conduct and service in the global war on terror.

India was driving her boyfriend, Angelo Perry, to his home in Virginia Beach. Their four-month-old son was in his car seat in the back. Unknown to her, the police were following them in an unmarked car as part of an investigation related to Angelo. When India stopped at a local 7-11, four white officers from the Special Operations Unit rushed her car with guns drawn. Within 15 seconds the officers fired 30 shots, killing both Angelo and India. Even though police had trailed India for over 30 minutes, they claimed they didn’t realize a child was in the back seat. 

India was not armed. She had not committed a crime. Her young sons are now orphans. And yet, no charges have been brought against any of the officers involved in her murder.