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  • 01:03

    Religion Vs Spirituality

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    Real Revolutionary radio: Our next show is Religion vs Spirituality. We're pro-Spirituality, but welcome those of you who wish to contest or express..
    Friday August 26th, 2016 9pm (est).
    ?Religion is an institution established by man for various reasons. Exert control, instill morality, stroke egos, or whatever it does. Organized, structured religions all but remove god from the equation. You confess your sins to a clergy member, go to elaborate churches to worship, told what to pray and when to pray it. All those factors remove you from god.
    ?Spirituality is born in a person and develops in the person. It may be kick started by a religion, or it may be kick started by a revelation. Spirituality extends to all facets of a person’s life. Spirituality is chosen while religion is often times forced. Being spiritual to me is more important and better than being religious.

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    The lineup is HOTT tonight! Underground Artists from NYC Including, Brooklyn Boyz, The Beege, Semi Lay, Fresh Hendrix, The M&M Project, The Brooklyn Bear

  • 00:44

    (GRCAM Event: Urban Revival Series With Evangelist Sharilynn McIntosh)

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    The theme: Our Inner-City Youth Matters/Restoring Kingdom Commitment” Matthew 6:10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
    The purpose of this event is for me to gather authentic Christians from my friends list to be in agreement with me that God will allow my Christian organization GRCAM to come to past this year in Jesus name.
    I created this show as a way to interact with people on my friends list and people who are in my social groups to give law abiding citizens, activist, artist, church leaders, and small business owners an opportunity to promote their products /services with my listeners from the podcast community. We are Real People with Real Problems Seeking Real Solutions! Ask a question, share a thought, sing a song, write a poem I am here to help empower all of my listeners in the podcast community. In my revised book I offer a 21st century strategy about what my organization will do to help end urban violence while at the same time improve our inner cities in America starting in Chicago.  GRCAM is open to all ordinary law abiding citizens, all racial groups, and undiscovered artist. This is my contribution back to my community, society and throughout the African Diaspora. 
    Evangelist Sharilynn McIntosh is a wife, mother, grandmother, vocalist and a native of Boston, MA. She has overcome many challenges and has learned how to live, love and laugh her way through every obstacle. Through writing, speaking, singing and mentoring, Sharilynn helps people find their destiny and maximize their relationship potential.  Sharilynn is dedicated to showing others how to move from being stuck in the mistakes of the past to living an abundant life, full of hope and promise.  As a motivational speaker Sharilynn speaks to various audiences within her church and local community on topics of love and life from a biblical perspective.

  • 00:19

    Larry Locke from (Infested Inc.) Join Us.

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    Larry Locke from Infested Inc.Explains the name Infested Inc. why the  movement. and purpose

  • 00:45

    Dallas Cigar Art Queen ( Marquitta Grant Jackson ) /Holiday Stress Get Peace

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    Painting and Cigars. All hail the queen. Women can smoke cigars too.

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  • 00:28

    Reboot of Jump to the Next Level - What's new?

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    We have not done any episodes for several months now. That is about to change.
    Our new focus is Abundance and I am/We are Consciousness.
    This episode introduces you to our new focus and explains what Abundance is.
    Welcome to version 2.0 of Jump to the Next Level!

  • 00:31

    Kenny Ingram of Lion King Talks About the Arts and NEA

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    Kenny Ingram of Broadway's Lion King will be discussing what the recent announcement of budget cuts to the NEA means to him, as well as his upcoming projects!  Kenny Ingram Choreographer, Performer, Teacher, has been working on Broadway for 9 years in Lion King. Kenny was the Asst Residential Director for Hal Prince’s Showboat, Ragtime and more.  He has Won Jeff Awards in Chicago for his Choreography for 42nd Street and a Black Theater Alliance Award for Dreamgirls for his dance moves.  He Teaches Dance at The New York Film Academy for Their Musical Theater Program  and. He has been working on a one man musical which tells the story of his career, his family and his dealings with prostate cancer.  He has donated a lot of his time to different programs to non profit organizations in Chicago where he had lived for 25 years.  He has taught for The Goodman Theaters Youth Drama Workshop At the Robert Taylor Housing Projects.  kenny recently staged Season of Love for Yolanda Wyns at The Harlem School of Arts
    Host Bri Cooper is a classical singer, actress, author and recording artist. She is featured in  Black Enterprise Magazine, Scholar Magazine, and ABC Here and Now, Bri is the producer and host of Operaluscious TV and Radio show in LA, DC and New York .
    Donate to my performance at the Delegate's Dining Room At The United Nations 
    Facebook: Operaluscious  -   Casta Diva: The Marian Anderson Story     -   Bridgette Cooper, Mezzo Soprano

  • 00:31

    Taino Tribal Recognition

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    Discussion with tribal leader, Carlos Ma'Iuaonbo, of the Taino Yukayeke Ma'Oconuco.

  • 00:15

    Results! Beer Contest, Talk, Current Events, Life

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    This episode will be a about me talking about stuff and brains storming why and how to get comedians to come to great falls to play small shows on a regular basis. Then we shall dicuss what happened at the Electric City Brouhaha... And of course there will be guests. Nice:) Thanks for listening and tell your friends and family to support indie radio!

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    The Culture: Cooning v Disagreement

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    You often hear us talk about cooning, but what is it? Is it merely disagreeing with the majority of the conscious community? There is a clear difference and we will dissect this once and for all.