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    I. H. Elders Speak: If Those Days Were Not Shortened, No Flesh Would Be Saved

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    The Israylite Heritage (IH) Elders will be speaking about the times to come when we will be seeing various disasters arise upon the earth in a more rapid way.   Matthew 24:22 “And if those days were not shortened, no flesh would be saved, but for the sake of the chosen ones those days shall be shortened."

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    Teachings of Ramadan

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    Don't Give Up Radio with Jacquie Catona: Renew & Reset the Mind

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    Don't Give Up Radio show, with host Jacqueline Catona Wayans, is designed for people who have already over come great challenges but still have a way to go reaching their goals. The show speaks to the listener's soul via the words of guest, their life experiences and songs that pulled them out of the abyss. Jacquie wants the listener to be their own best hero, because the greatest hero of all, thought they were worth it and gave his life for them.
    Pick up your copy of Don't Give Up & Win: A Survival Guide to Renewed Virginity  by Host Jacquie Wayans
    Guest: Charita Cadenhead, Author & Life Coach RenewRefreshReset.com

  • 00:35

    Tune in for the new edition of Boricua Book of the Month.

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    This Friday, our friend, novelist and show contributor JONATHAN MARCANTONI ROSA returns to our show to present the newest edition of Boricua book of the Month. As you all know, Jonathan works really hard to find meaningful book from authors from the Island of Puerto Rico and or, authors from the Diaspora. This month's edition promises to be another fantastic read and you must not only read it yourself, but you must share it with your friends and family. Boricuas are awesome noveslists and writers and Jonathan is bringing those wonderful artists to us once a month on our segment of Boricua Book of the Month..
    Y recuerda siempre,buena musica, y buena conversacion...

  • 00:33

    Michigan Author Randy Pearson on Tell Me a Story

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    Welcome to The Magic Happens Radio Network and our Friday feature, Tell Me a Story.  What would you do if you found out about someone who wrote a book titled: Tell Me a Story? You’d have them on the show!  Today, we present Michigan author, Randy D. Pearson.  Be sure to visit his website http://www.randypearson.org for all the information on how to get his books, as well as find the FREEBIES he has built in just for visiting!  Of course find us at http://www.themagichappens.com

  • 01:09

    Thee Constant Traveller - The Travelling People!

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    The last of my broadcasts on this format. One I feel passionate about becasue it is, in part, about us. .
    AllMusic Review by Chris Nickson  [-]
    The last of the radio ballads that Ewan MacColl, Peggy Seeger, and Charles Parker devised, The Travelling People is also the most accomplished, both in form and content. An examination of the Romany people in Britain, it serves mostly as a condemnation of attitudes toward them and their nomadic lifestyle -- which, as reflected in many of the soundbites, were not complimentary. People simply didn't want them around, calling them "tinkers" and things much worse, as "I Mean, We're Fed Up With Gypsies Living in Our Area" highlights, with the incident of a woman about to give birth being moved on by the police. The attitudes were reflected in other ways too, like the boy who spent several years in the same grade without being taught to read or write, because, the teacher explained, "he's the best message boy I've ever had." But this does more than simply look at the negatives. It examines the life of the gypsies, the way they'd settle in the winter time, or how traveling was part of their nature. MacColl's songs are among the finest he wrote for the radio ballad series, and the accompaniment is richer and fuller than before, and the singers -- people like Belle Stewart, Joe Heaney, and Jane Stewart -- serve the material brilliantly. They become integrated into a whole program -- which is what each of the radio ballads was, of course -- that's intelligently fashioned to bring out a whole picture, one which is sympathetic to the travelers, but also allows for opposing views. The listener comes away educated, and also humbled by the quiet pride of these people. It's nothing less than a remarkable achievement.

  • 02:05

    Why are some White People Complaining About Jesse Williams Comments?

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    Listen to The African History Network Show, Thurs. June 30th, 8pm-10pmEST (5pm – 7pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network.  We’ll discuss Actor/Activist Jesse Williams’ speech at the BET AWARDs and why are some White complaining about it.  Did the Three-Fifths Compromise of 1787 in the Constituion actually say Slaves were 3/5ths of a Human Being?  Dr. Rodney Nash joined us to talk about the workshop he is doing on Saturday, Aug. 6th, 2016 at the "Natural Hair & Heatlh Summit" in Atlanta, GA.  Visit www.NHMSummit.com for more information.
    WATCH US ON FACEBOOK LIVE at "The African History Network" on Facebook!!!
    CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments or to listen at 914-338-1375.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tobtr.com/8971325 or at 914-338-1375 or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
    Order Hidden Colors 4 Today from The African History Network and Get 1 FREE DVD Lecture from Michael Imhotep!  Hidden Colors 4: The Religion Of White Supremacy is the latest follow up film to the critically acclaimed hit documentary series Hidden Colors from Director Tariq Nasheed.  Visit http://theafricanhistorynetwork.net/Hidden-Colors-4-The-Religion-of-White-Supremacy to place your order and check out our selection of DVDs.
    We focus on Educating, Empowering and Inspiring people of African descent throughout the Diaspora and around the world because right knowledge corrects wrong behavior.  We deal with current events, history, politics, education, economic empowerment, entrepreneurship, relationships, love, sex, health and more.

  • 02:51

    Current Events & The Impact on BW

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    Discussing a variety of current events, topics and the impact it has on BW 

  • 00:28

    (GRCAM Part OF Those Greater Works As Mentioned In The Bible)

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    Welcome to Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos Blogtalkradio. I created this show on the belief that our inner city youth and their families are entitled to respect, basic resources, and a sense of safety in their own community. I welcome all Christian denominations, moderate Muslims, and Secular People within the United States. The purpose of this show is to inform the public about the genocide which is taken place in our inner cities in America and what we can do about solving it without violence. The goal of this show is for me to connect with other like minded individuals on my friends list and those in my social groups through my free webinars, my Youtube videos, and my book fliers. It's my hope that all of the work I am doing online and offline would result in bring together hundreds of people from across the United States and from around the world in order to form cooperative alliances, team building, and global networking. 
    I welcome the public to engage in this event from diverse people those with little education to those with training in such fields such as law, urban planning, architecture, social work, performing arts and spiritual leaders. The content generated from my webinars will be shared online in an open public forum to encourage discussion. Ultimately, the presentations, conversations, and material will be accessible to the public 24/7 under the archive section.
    I provide an action plan for community activism in my revised book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” second edition  available on Amazon.com You can watch the full presentation on Youtube just click on the link below:
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  • 00:51

    The Other Side Global Drama Exchange: Creating Connection Through Story

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    The Other Side creates a cross-cultural exchange of dramatic storytelling amongst girls, supporting their common experience, inspiring leadership, and developing community.
    In this most recent drama exchange on Voice of Evolution Radio, Pinkie, a young woman at Pardada-Pardadi Educational Society  in Anupsharhr, Uttar Pradesh, India and another young women, attending college in NYC, in United States share their stories of being female in two very different, and often similar cultures. 
    Melanie Closs, founder of the Other Side narrates and guides Pinkie and Grace through their monologues and questions about connection, surprises and curiosity. 
    Connecting with our guests in these drama exchanges often creates some technology challenges. We offer our acknowledgement of any sound issues as part of the journey connecting with our guests in rural parts of the world and hope you'll appreciate what it took, in many cases, to make these connections possible. 
    Linda Lombardo hosts. 

  • 00:36

    Black Lives Matter: Beyond the Hashtag

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    The hashtags have made the following household words:  Black Lives Matter.  But it's more than a slogan, more than a hashtag.  Why is this so important in 2016?  Is racism really still an issue in a day where an African American man is President of the USA?  Why #BlackLivesMatter instead of #AllLivesMatter?  For insight into these questions and more, tune into Justified Madness!