• Healing From Sexual Abuse

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    Join us as we discuss this very under-addressed topic, Healing From Sexual Abuse. We will speak not only about the issue, but how we can heal and prevent this on going epidemic in our community. This will be a panel styled discussion.  

  • Louise Dente, Cultural Caravan TV, Producer and Founder

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    Louise Dente, Cultural Caravan TV, Producer and Founder

  • Suzanna Bowling of the Times Square Chronicles, Where Are We Now?

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    Suzanna Bowling of the Times Square Chronicles discusses: Where Are We Now in The Cycles Of Change
    Suzanna Bowling owns and publishes the Times Square Chronicles at: T2COnline.com. She recently became a nominator for the 2011/2012 Drama Desk Awards. She used to write for The National Examiner and several papers around the country. As a working actress, Suzanna has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret and theatre.  Her apprearaces include; The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall, among others. Currently she has a TV pilot and a screenplay in the works, that she developed with her mentor and friend, the late Arthur Herzog. She is also the Broadway Informer on the all access cable TV Show “The New Yorkers.”
    Tune in as we put our finger on the pulse on where we are now in the world of change!

  • Moving Forward host Dwayne Abernathy

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    Moving Forward is a call-in lifestyle news talk show to move our community foward.Moving Forward format is aimed at reporting solutions to community issues such as, business, healthy, education, politics, religion, sex, the justices system. Show host Dwayne Abernathy uses investigative reporting, accountability journalism and live reporting directly from Atlanta Ga. and remotes nationwide. Moving Forward represents a full spectrum ranging from breaking news reports to entertainment news, financial news, interviews and product reviews. 

  • The Firing Squad

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    “Real journalism is publishing something someone else does not want published – the rest is just public relations.” George Orwell
    With so much drama in the world today in our communities on both macro and micro levels, it’s always strange to see the news or people that claim to be journalists talking about all kinds of silly things and never what’s going on. The Firing Squad is here to take aim at all that is wrong with the world, starting with our own communities. Three men of color with no censor and no objectives but truth, justice and common sense. Each episode will deal with hot-button issues with honesty, straight talk, and humor whenever possible . No personality is untouchable, and no one is spared the venom, or the praise whenever fit.
    The format fo the show is simple five topics a week with 5 minutes devoted to each topic, and a close by each individual member featuring a verbal shot of their own choosing.

  • VI N KOZE AK REGGIE

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    TO MOTIVATE, INFORM AND ENTERTAINING THE AFRICAN/ CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY

  • #5 The Unslut Project

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    This week we have Emily Lindin of the UNslut project. A website and mission to stop slut shaming and sexual bullying. We are all so quick to throw the words "slut" and "whore" around, when in all reality...the amount of people we have sexual relations with, is not, and should not be a reflection of who we are.  Growing up as a "promiscuous girl", I know first hand how mean your peers can be when they hear about your sexual adventures. Maybe it's fear, maybe it's ignorance, maybe it's both...Tune in to hear this HOTT discussion! 
     
     

  • Live from The Honey Pot with Miss Buttafly: "To Be An Afrikan Woman"

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    This week, we're going to be discussing what it means to be an Afrikan woman. Our ideas of womanhood have been preformed for us by a system that actually reviles womanhood and femininity, especially Afrikan womanhood and femininity. Fortunately, my Yeye and mentor, Dr. Marimba Ani, author of "Yurugu: An African-Centered Critique of European Cultural Thought and Behavior," has given us a well-researched and lived definition. I'm going to be sharing from her work on this show. Bring your pens and your notepads; class is in session.
    Call in to listen or press "1" to speak to the host: 347.850.1062
    Follow Miss Buttafly on Instagram

  • The State of Hip Hop part 2

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    We will be embarking on a journey in the hip hop industry.We will be speaking to one of the East Coast hip hop intellectuals.Professor Griff is an internationally renowned educator,writer,producer,an musician.An activist within both the conscious and hip hop communities,Griff currently stands as a permanent fixture on the international lecture circuit with his riveting and powerful discourse/book, the Psychological covert war on hip hop.So once again stay in tune with quality information........call in at 347-857-4106

  • Queen and King Talks

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    Join Rolanda, Keon and Friends as we discussed topics and issues that impact the Black African American Community.  For Love, Education, Health, Jobs, Communication and a host of other things

  • Kiler Davenport Live: Interview with Marshall Dane

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    On this episode of Kiler Davenport Live I am going to interview Marshall Dane:
    Marshall Dane’s infectious blend of country and rock is set to blaze a trail in 2014.
    Country by definition, but fueled by rock and roll and infected with a watermelon-sized
    helping of hope, love and salvation, Marshall’s the kind of guy you want to have on your
    side when the going gets tough in this world and his new album, One Of These Days is
    set to be your alibi.
    Born in Southern Ontario, Marshall grazed on a rich fix of music, from the country
    sounds of his preacher dad – “He first taught me how to play “The Farmer’s Song” on
    guitar” – through his mum – in his own words the strongest, toughest, hardest working
    woman he’s ever met – who played piano in the evenings to his four sisters and two
    brothers and through his own musical discoveries from John Denver to Michael Jackson
    – “Thriller was the first album I bought, on cassette!”
    “More and more I find the influences of my parents’ spiritual upbringing permeating
    my writing. Mostly the positive stuff like hope, and love, and kindness….you know – the
    fruitages of the spirit. “
     It is that sentiment that has led Marshall to give back to causes nearest to his heart:
    Stop A Bully fundraisers, Breast Cancer Awareness, Juvenile diabetes research, and
    Children's Make A Wish foundation, as well as helping with ALS research.
    Marshall Dane has been slowly bubbling up to this moment. With “Alcohol Abuse”
    climbing the charts, 2014 promises to be the Year Of The Dane.

  • The Naked Truth: We Can't Forget The Voice's Jessica Childress

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    We interview former contestant on NBC's The Voice -- LA-based singer Jessica Childress. Her album dropped two months ago and it's a ful debut EP titled Don't Forget My Name.  
    With her powerful voice comparable to the classic R&B divas of the genre's golden age, Jessica Childress has been impressing professional musicians and the public alike since her breakthrough performance on NBC's The Voice (joining Usher's team and honing her craft to perfect this upcoming EP release). And truly, she was a showstopper on the show, as well as a fan favorite, prompting co-host Adam Levine (Maroon 5) to shout, "I wanna marry her!"T
    Talk radio host managing editor of NEWD Magazine Tiffani Knowles  and Crystal Dundas gab for an hour about trends, music,  faith and much more. Every week we interview a super cool guest appealing to a faith-filled, urban twentysomething market.

  • Visionary Times

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    Sit with us as we share knowledge, share insights...take you through meditations and teachings of old and new...
    Listen and share with us your stories of life and learning.  Call in and let us guide you through a Spiritual Reading with the help of the Ancients.  For we are entering Visionary Times...a time to share and become who we are all meant to be!  Join Bear Medicinewalker , Anne Rose Illumination, Jane Wilcox, and Kelly Spurlock  and lets see what we can uncover and learn during these Visionary Times...
    Today Beth Tiger stops in  as an author, love and life coach, modern day mystic, and inspirational speaker her life helps to turn people towards the rigth directions.  Her approach is no-nonsense, fun, and a bit edgy at times, all the while always filled with great empathy and compassion for those she works alongside of.  So come and help us to welcome her and get the weekend off to a positive motion!
    http://bethtiger.com

  • Guest: Dianna Thompson

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    Jim and Jennifer welcome Dianna Thompson to the show.  Dianna is a nationally recognized expert on families, stepfamilies, and divorce related issues. Dianna is an authority on domestic policy as it pertains to men, women and children. A longtime political analyst, lobbyist, and spokesperson, Dianna has testified all over the country on legislation that affects families and served as the Chairman of the Family Law Reform Committee in Los Angeles, CA.  Website:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Dianna-Thompson/492840660797573

  • WORLD VIEW CONVERSATIONS

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    April 25, 2014
    James & Rodney introduce a new Song…..
    “I Vow to thee my Race”
    James is a singer whose work on behalf of our People and Real History has been featured on World View Foundations and World View Conversations.
    James says he is a Father, Husband, Singer and Writer in that order.  James has his priorities in Order and represents Aryan Character we need to move from Struggle to Movement. 
    Song is very important in the development and success of any Struggle and Movement.  Song which tells a people’s story and instills a sense of Pride are incredibly important.
    Songs like this which instill pride in our European ancestry and Culture have been marginalized as “Racist and Xenophobic".    We reject this and embrace who and what we are, for our People and our Children’s Future.   
    Rodney and James collaborated in the development of a new song which instills a positive view and sense of pride in our Race and Culture.
    Join Rodney and James as they discuss the importance of song and unveil this new Song.
    Visit the ANA & ANN: www.ana-ann.com
    Visit World View Foundations at: www.wvfoundations.org
    COPYRIGHT NOTICE:
    The American Nationalist Network (ANN), supports the use and availability of its programs for the general public under the “fair use” portion of Section 107 of the US Copyright Law. We require only that the content is clearly notated as being produced by and for the American Nationalist Network (ANN). Changing of its material in any fashion, whether audio or graphic, is prohibited.
     

  • The Fake Black Leadership & The Gay Black Agenda

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    Are these big name black leaders really working in the best interest of the black community? And do you know who's funding these so-called black empowerment organiztion? Eye can tell you now it ain't the black community that's for sure !!! Now what  in the hell is up with all these black male celebrities with these damn dresses? Is that the new dress code for them these days? Or are they pushing a gay agenda on the low? HEY YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS THIS ONE HERE. WE ARE GOING TO TELL IT ON THEIR ASS NOW.PEACE
     

  • Get Right Radio

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    This is Get Right Radio. Come here to get some truth from the Bible. 

  • VI N KOZE AK REGGIE

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    TO MOTIVATE, INFORM AND ENTERTAINING THE AFRICAN/ CARIBBEAN COMMUNITY

  • Everybody is a Star w/Choc'Let and guest CYDNEY WAYNE DAVIS

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    CYDNEY “WAYNE” DAVIS is a seasoned professional Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Vocal Coach, Playwright and Producer in the entertainment industry. As a professional SINGER she has toured the world singing background, both live and studio recordings, for artists such as Marvin Gaye, Ray Charles, Barry White, Joe Cocker,  Marilyn McCoo & Billy Davis Jr. of the Fifth Dimension, Donna Summer, Stevie Wonder, Bette Midler, Coolio, and many others. She tours as a solo artist with her band as "CYDNEY WAYNE DAVIS and the RHYTHM STATION" in clubs and concert halls across the US performing a soulful variety of R&B, Jazz, Funk, and Pop cover tunes as well as original compositions. 

  • Blonde Dye & Bleaching Creams: Self Hate In A Bottle/ Inferiority In Our Heart!

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    Skin Color, whether we want to believe it or not, is still the elephant in the living room in the hearts of Black people the world over.
    While many Black people will readily cry out at the first sign of what they may feel is an encounter with racism, some of those same individuals will execute the same twisted mentality when dealing with people who are of their own race.
    Other races of people will look on from the outside of this type of hypocrisy and remain befuddled as it just doesn't seem to add up properly.
    How can one complain about being prejudged because of the color of their skin yet turn around and do the same damn thing to some of their own?
    Most would agree that this behavior has been internalized after being made to believe that we are truly inferior after hundreds of years of mental indoctrination while in slavery.
    This is the case all the way up to the present time with the media brainwashing that continues to perpetuate these foolish myths.
    Too many Black people are buying into this hook, line and sinker!
    "SOME" Blacks who are of a lighter skin complexion can oftentimes feel superior to those who are darker. Many (BUT NOT ALL!) darker complected Blacks feel as sense of inferiority when compared to the lighter skinned Blacks when it comes to the expected treatment that they feel they will get when going up for a job or being considered by a potential romantic partner.
    Let me officially say that THIS IS NOT ALL!
    But many of us who are truly conscious and know better can sometimes slip into this twisted way of thinking in our everyday lives.
    While many will defend those hateful practices of plastic surgery to alter their features or bleaching cream to lighten their skin, the fact of the matter is that self hate is a huge business and those who seek to profit from it is are all wolves in sheeps clothing.

  • How Astrology Influences Our Sexual and Sensual Lives

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    In this episode, we welcome Majestic Khare, author of Astro-Musical E-Book "Key Sign in Nature" as we discuss how astrology influences our sexual and sensual lives and talk to Majestic Khare about his Astro-Musical E-Book, his contributions to astro-music,  and his views on the impact and influence of astrology in our daily lives.  Tune in and enjoy.

  • #HairSheBuzz with DryerBuzz.com and Company

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    Let's get it buzzing. Visit DryerBuzz.com for show updates, special guests, and topics. Great way to end one week and start another.  We'll take you inside headlines to the buzz behind the buzz. We're transforming the way we look -- at life.
    #HairSheBuzz
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