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    Black Panthers! Black Power! Black Retaliation! Black Rage!

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    Adam Clayton Powell, Jr (lawyer/middle class-blackman) was the first blackman to use the slogan black power. He used it at a bacculereate graduation address, Howard University May 29, 1966, and Stockley Carmichael (SNCC leader for Martin Luther King, Jr./middle class black ethics) was the first blackman to actualize it.   Black Power Movement 2011 has an estimated 20 thousand members on record and an additional five thousand deputies surveying communities nationwide. Black Power is a political slogan espoused by black racialists and a name for various associated ideologies.[1] It is used in the movement among people of Black African descent throughout the world, though primarily by African Americans in the United States.[2] The movement was prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s, emphasizing racial pride and the creation of black political and cultural institutions to nurture and promote black collective interests[3] and advance black values,[4] as opposed to multiculturalism. "Black Power" expresses a range of political goals, from defense against racial oppression, to the establishment of separate social institutions and a self-sufficient economy (separatism). Not only did this "Black Power" movement encourage separatism, but it helped usher in black radical thoughts, and action against what was considered to be an elusive, yet visible higher power. The earliest known usage of the term is found in a 1954 book by Richard Wright titled Black Power.[5] New York politician Adam Clayton Powell Jr. used the term on May 29, 1966 during a baccalaureate address at Howard University: "To demand these God-given rights is to seek black power."[6]  

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    Feedback Treatments for Anxiety and ADHD

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    In this edition of the HealthyPlace Mental Health Radio Show, we discuss biofeedback and neurofeedback for Anxiety and ADHD
    (uses, efficacy, difference between the real deal and those who are not practicing by the best standards, and more.)  Our guest is Jeff Lewis, MSSW, LSCSW, BCIAC. Mr. Lewis is a Licensed Specialist Clinical Social Worker and a Fellow of the Biofeedback Certification Institute of America.
    For more information on anxiety disorders.
    For more information on ADHD.

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    OPERATION KENTE CLOTH: Psych Warfare in the Conscious Community

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    Aseer The Duke of Tiers aka Super Heru is our special guest tomorrow night on AQBAM Radio in our series of ascension radio. Bringing that fire to the masses about what's really good from the political playing field, American grounds, religious battlefields, spiritual warfare, psychological programming on all levels from every angle in a very serious hour show. The hostess Beautiful SeeAsia will be in class along with her listeners. Hold tight, fasten your seatbelts as we are in 2 hours with another intellectual legend. 9PM EASTERN TIME (347) 994-3789

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    Man, Myth & the Occult: Between the Gates with Mark Stavish

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    Join hosts Drs. Bryan Ouellette and Michael Jon Kell as they welcome Mark Stavish to the show. Mark will be discussing his book, Between the Gates: Lucid Dreaming. It is a "manual of self-initiation and liberation that takes the student through the basic methods of experiencing dream states and conscious astral projection, to the ultimate culmination of consciousness-- creation of the Body of Light." If you would like to present a question or a comment for Mark or the hosts, you may do so in the chat room or by dialing 347-996-3307 and pressing the number 1 to queue to be brought on the air. Mark's website can be found at: www.hermeticinstitute.org

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    PROFILE THIS!

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    riminal Profiler Pat Brown opens up the whole hour for discussion! Have a question about someone in your life, relationships, or society? Pat Brown will Profile This and also profile the breaking news of the day.

    This week I am discussing all the latest in the Kyron Horman case and why a Texas mother would strangle who two children to death.

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    Getting To Know MIND VIRUS

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    Dr. Marc talks mental optimization, personal strategy, and what you can expect from MIND VIRUS - including MIND VIRUS Internet Radio.

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    Step Five of The Model of Heart-Centered Grief: Spiritual Fortitude

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    Did you know that profound pain, loss, and grief is both a natural part of what it means to be human and can be that which leads us to personal transformation? Come with us as we begin to walk down the Hero's Journey Through Grief...this path will transform us if we let it. 
    Today's episode focuses on step five of The Model of Heart-Centered Model of Grief, which is spiritual fortitude. With respect for all religions and philosophical beliefs, this step speaks about letting your “heart spirituality” be the sturdy and supportive container of your grief.
    Hope is Now.

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    The Stories Shaping Terrorism

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    Individuals and groups that morally justify the killing of innocent people live by stories that have certain commonalities. These story elements derive, in part, from our evolutionary heritage and include a strong belief in tribalism, the role of the male as warrior and protector of family and tribe, the role of females as the support of the warrior and the source of new life for the tribe. Another element in the story involves some type of holy person, shaman, witch doctor or cleric who makes clear the morality of the tribe and justifies its actions in the name of some sort of god(s) or other higher power. When the tribe is seen as always superior to all other tribes, when men must always be fearless warriors, when women must always be supportive and docile to the will of men and when various emotions are forbidden to be acted upon or are so repressed as to not even be spoken of to oneself the seeds of various individual and social pathologies are sown. We will discuss how the repression of fear in men, desires for independence in women and various aspects of sexual desire are elements involved in terrorism. 

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    Becoming A Man - A study in improved outcomes for urban youth

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    Please join me for another episode of Discussions with Delia as we examine a successful program in Chicago that has improved outcomes for youth in that city.  Although the term is not used, the principles of mindfulness are used to encourage young men to think more and not respond automatically.  Let's discuss this interesting article on the next exciting episode of Discussions with Delia at 3 p.m

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    David Kinne: Resilience Lessons from Winter the Dolphin

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    The Clearwater Marine Aquarium’s mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, and release marine animals. In doing this, they also seek to inspire the human spirit. David Kinne, Training and Development Specialist at CMA, tells the inside story of several of the aquarium’s residents and the impact they have on the lives of visitors, staff, and volunteers. As a bonus, he shares insights from his previous career as a stand-up comedian about the role of laughter in lifting the human spirit. 

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