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  • 00:31

    (Celebrating GRCAM 25th Anniversary: Keep On Keeping On A Worthy Cause)

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    I created “GRCAM” the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement on November 10th 1991 on a site called Gopher. My focus then was on inner city youth and their families who I believe are entitled to respect, basic resources, and safety in their own community. I wanted to create a place for black students on campus to share our experience, exchange ideas,  to expand our horizons to keep us informed and responsible. Today I have broaden my perspective to include African Immigrants, Afro Brazilians, Afro Caribbeans, and Non-black sympathizers to participate in this new movement in Urban America. I welcome all Christian denominations, moderate Muslims, and secular people to join this new movement. This movement is based on my revised book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” second edition. GRCAM will offer a broad range of programs designed to empower and meet the growing need of the African American community and the African Immigrant community.  My goal is to eventually turn my virtual organization into a real business the Grass Roots Community Activist Institute.   
    The Facts:
    For 25 years I’ve been doing my best to find 30 qualified people in my city and online to join my management team yet still to this day I have no one on management team. Established black organizations in my city has overlooked my plan to improve our inner cities in Chicago, from the Chicago Southside NAACP to the Chicago Westside NAACP, the Chicago Urban League, Rainbow PUSH, and the Ghana National Council of Chicago. No black churches in Chicago is interested in working with me they just tell me to keep up the good work but won’t allow me to pass out my book fliers after church services but will allow career politicians to come and speak to the church Lord have mercy on my racial group.

  • 02:37

    PATH1 THE RUSSELL TRUST ASSOCIATION NEW HAVEN 322 AND THE BONESANDSKULLSSOCIETY

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    PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST SPEAKER BROTHER PTAH 2015 WILL TOUCH ON THE RUSSELL TRUST ASSOCIATION NEW HAVEN 322 AND THE BONES AND SKULLS SOCIETY WWW.BLOGTALKRADIO.COM PHILADELPHIA REVOLITIONARY TELECAST

  • 00:52

    ZM Global - Ep 143 - Cybernated Farm Systems

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    Douglas Mallette, former NASA subcontractor and systems engineer joins ZM Global to discuss his efforts to found a company dealing in next-gen farming to tangibly solve the world food issue. The aim of Cybernated Farm Systems (CFS) is to provide locally vertically grown fresh food using aquaponics. Saving space, using fewer resources and "doing more with less" is the key to global sustainable decentralized food production. Doug has als created the "SusPlus" Initiative, a free standard designed not only to be sustainable, but to encourage a sort of "reverse pollution", to leave the environment better than prior to deployment of an industrial or production operation. 
    Thunderclap campaign for CFS runs until April 11th! Support this project for free here: https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/9645-cybernated-farm-systems
    About: ZM Global Radio is a weekly radio show presented by various active coordinators of The Zeitgeist Movement in a rotational fashion. These broadcasts discuss the developments and aims of The Zeitgeist Movement.
     

  • 01:00

    Mary Youngblood - Two Time Grammy Winner!!

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    From Mary Youngblood ---- According to her website -
    Two-Time GRAMMY Winner and EMMY Nominee Mary Youngblood, is the first Native American woman to have received a Grammy Award for "Best Native American Music Album" and the first Native American person to have won two Grammy's which makes Mary one of the premiere Native American musicians in the country. Winner of numerous awards, Mary garnered the 2002 Grammy for Beneath the Raven Moon and the 2006 Grammy for Dance with the Wind.

    When Mary performs, it takes only a moment to acknowledge the profound spirituality of the sacred Native American flute and its historical courtship and wooing attributes. Her haunting music is much more than a song... it's liquid poetry, a prayer. Mary takes little credit for the intense emotions people feel when they listen to her music.

    ---- For more info go to http://www.maryyoungblood.com/ ---

  • 01:55

    The U.S. Presidents & Slavery

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    On this show we are discussing “The U.S. Presidents and Slavery”.  This is a good time for this discussion since "Presidents Day" just passed. “Schools across the country are adorned with posters of the 44 U.S. presidents, children’s books put students on a first-name basis with the presidents, and U.S. history textbooks describe the accomplishments and challenges of the major presidential administrations. “But while these books engage students and readers with stories of the presidents’ accomplishments and challenges, stories of their dogs in the Rose Garden or childhood escapades, there is no mention that more than 1-in-4 U.S. presidents were involved in human trafficking and slavery. These presidents bought, sold and bred enslaved people for profit. Of the 12 presidents who were enslavers, more than half kept people in bondage at the White House.”

  • 02:50

    Dr. Rkhty Amen The Teacher of Teacher`s

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    Dr. Rkhty spent many years as a community activist in Chicago. She attended Chicago City Colleges, The University of Illinois as an undergraduate, Spertus College of Jewish Studies, and then received a full Four-year Fellowship to the University of Chicago, Oriental Institute (This is the leading School of Egyptology in the United States) to study in the PhD program in Egyptology.
    While in Chicago, she began working with Dr. Jacob Carruthers and others at North Eastern College.  A group of them founded the Kemetic Institute, and later founded the Kemetic Temple of Chicago.  Rkhty was initiated as a Priestess-Hmt Ntr of the temple.  Among the many things that she did at the Kemetic Institute was teaching Mdu Ntr (Egyptian Hieroglyphs), and directing and teaching in the Institutes Adult and Children’s programs.
    Dr. Rkhty also taught Egyptian Hieroglyphs at North Eastern College in Chicago for two years. She has been an Instructor of Mdu Ntr now for 25, years teaching privately and hosting workshops on the language and other related topics.
    In 1983, Dr. Rkhty spent four months in Senegal West Africa working and visiting with the renowned African historian Dr. Chiek Anta Diop. Later she translated two of his books from French to English. Rkhty was a founding member of The Association for the Study of Classical African Civilizations (ASCAC) in 1983.
    In 1985, she moved to New York to teach Hieroglyphs at City College of New York.  While in New York Rkhty established ASCAC study groups and was a regular speaker at First World, a community lecture forum in Harlem.  She became a popular much-demanded lecturer, being one of a few African American experts on Mdu Ntr language and at that time the only woman lecturing on the subject of Kemet. She has lectured and continues to lecture on a variety of topics relating to ancient Africa and Kemet at Universities and Colleges all over the US and overseas.

  • 02:00

    black arabia & the african origin of islam ,Huuu what?

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    lets talk about that book by dr. wesley muhammad

  • 01:00

    Learning about Our Ancestor, Part 10: Judah Philip Benjamin’s Colorful Past

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    Judah Philip Benjamin was born August 6, 1811 on St. Croix in the Danish West Indies (DWI, now the US Virgin Islands) to Jewish parents. At the time of his birth, his family was in transit from England to America. However, due to the War of 1812, they were forced to settle in the DWI until the war ended. They finally arrived in America in 1814, settling in Charleston, South Carolina.
    An exemplary student, young Judah, at the age of 14, entered Yale University. Two years later he was expelled for “ungentlemanly conduct” of an unspecified nature. Rumors that the tempest in New Haven involved gambling, carousing, or kleptomania that dogged him the rest of his life, particularly during the Civil War when the Northern press rehashed the scandal to tar the man they called the South’s “evil genius.” 
    In 1852, he was elected United States Senator, a post he retained until the outbreak of the Civil War in 1861 when he resigned to serve the Confederacy. He was the first Confederate Attorney General who later served as Secretary of War and Secretary of State, ultimately running the Confederate Secret Service on behalf of Confederate President Jefferson Davis.
    Eventually, he moved to New Orleans where he apprenticed at a law firm. He began to study for the bar, a complicated course of action because, to become a lawyer in Louisiana, the state’s use of the Napoleonic Code required fluency in both English and French. In order to fulfill this requirement, he took a job teaching English to the daughter of a prominent Creole family, Natalie St. Martin, so that he could learn French.

  • 01:00

    Teen Show: Joy (F.O.T.S. Part 2)

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    Today we will be speaking about joy. "What is Joy?"  "How do we define it?"  "How do accomplish and reach the feeling of joy if we are unhappy?" These are among some of the questions that will be answered (YAH Willing) in today's show. As well as going through some of the traditional things like going over scripts, and going through different kinds of joy, etc.
    Monday @ 7:30 p.m. EST
    Wanna speak with the host? Just call in @ 319-527-6302

  • 01:02

    World News

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    Let's take a look at what's going on around the world. From fatal police shootings, the presidental elections, and protest around the nation. We'll go in depth with what's going on in our world. Keeping your spiritual eyes open, seeing the unseen to others. Join us on tonight's Spiritual Warfare Radio Show and share some of you world news views with us. This is a live call in show, so be sure to call in to speak with our host. Our call in number is 319-527-6302                                                                                                                 

  • 01:23

    TRUST, EQUITY AND COMMON LAW

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    This is a replay of one of the Masters of the Trust and Equity game.  Master Christian Walters.
    Please break out your Equity and Trust books. 
    Listen and learn as this brother decode the trust, equity and common law maze.
    Join us Oct. 24, 2016 at 9 pm eastern on The Network call in 515 605 9354 or blogtalkradio.com/ringingstonenetwork