February 26, 2009

D.A. King – a face for radio on NPR . AUDIO

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Last month I recorded an interview with Stephen Goss in the studios of the local NPR affiliate, WABE radio (90.1FM Atlanta). It was part of a series on “The Changing Face of Atlanta” and aired this morning. Below is a link to the interview if you want to listen to the voice of the face for radio …on the radio.

Note: In the interview, I was asked for my estimate on how many illegal aliens I thought were in the Metro Atlanta area…I answered with my estimate for the entire state of Georgia…about 800,000. MY FAULT for misunderstanding the question. (Former state Senator Sam Zamarripa, a member of the national board of MALDEF, put the number of illegals in Georgia at one million in 2006 when he unsuccessfully opposed the Georgia Security and Immigration Compliance Act. Besides being one of the pioneers in the illegal industry of making mortgage loans to illegal aliens, Zamarripaa is also the founder and Chairman of the Georgia Association of Latino Eltected Offials (GALEO) run by Jerry Gonzalez and supported by Jane Fonda.)

On behalf of the Dustin Inman Society, many thanks to Mr. Stephen Goss, WABE and NPR.

Link to WABE radio HERE – link directly to the interview below…about 6 minutes. NO LAUGHING!

From the WABE Website:

February 26, 2009 D.A. King, President of the Dustin Inman Society
The changing face of Atlanta has spurred a change in attitude toward many of the region’s newest residents as well. D.A. King has become the lightning rod for native and “legal” citizens concerned about the presence of ‘illegal aliens’ or ‘undocumented workers’ (depending on your attitude). Here King clarifies his group’s raison d’etre, and discusses the misconceptions attached to his organization, the Dustin Inman Society.

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