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The Federation of Southern Cooperatives/Land Assistance Fund celebrates 46th years of Stellar Services to famers and landowners throughout the world on August 15-17, 2013. This award winning organization serves communities, individuals, churches, and others in times of uncertainties with quality leadership according to Omerio Dotson, Founding Member of Winston County Self Help Cooperative. We joined forces with the FSC in 1985 to help stop the hemorrhage of land loss among African Americans. We are thankful to Ben Burkett and others for providing trainings and seed money for numerous projects to generate income from the natural resources. 2013’s celebration starts with the 12th Annual Estelle Witherspoon Lifetime Achievement Award Banquet on August 15, 7:00p.m at the Birmingham Sheraton Hotel 2101 Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203. This year’s honoree is Reverend C.T. Vivian, a living legend of the Civil Rights Movement and a known social justice advocate. On Friday &Saturday activities will occur at FSC/LAF Rural Training and Research Center in Epes, Alabama. Friday starts with workshops focused on delivering services to create sustainability in rural Communities and concludes with annual fish fry and auction. Saturday’s festivities include Prayer Breakfast and FSC Executive Director Ralph Paige’s State of the Union Address. For more information, contact MS. Jackie Ward, Sr. Executive Assistant Federation of Southern Cooperative/Land Assistance Fund (404)765-0991.
Deliver Us From Evil w/Ralph Sarchie
Friday, August 1st
10pm EST / 9pm CST / 7pm PST
The new movie Deliver Us From Evil is based on the experiences of 16yr NYPD veteran Ralph Sarchie while he was working out of the 46th precinct in the NY...’s South Bronx. While investigating incredibly evil crimes with no explanation or solution, Ralph actually became a demonologist. Ralph wrote about his experiences in his frightening book “Beware The Night”. He will be here this Friday night to talk about what he calls “the work”, his book and the link between the true crime realities of life and the world of the supernatural. What did he come face to face with? Join us this Friday night and find out!
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The significance of Obama's Second Term
What does Congresswoman Sanchez believe the priorities of the
Obama Administration should be?
Sequestration – The Deficit
Mortgage Interest Deduction...should it stay or go?
Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, 46th District
House of Representatives
1114 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
P: (202) 225-2965
F: (202) 225-5859
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast will continue its tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. on the 46th anniversary of his assassination.
Dr. William F. Pepper is an acclaimed author and a Barrister. His most notable books are both penetrating alternate investigative works on the plot to assassinate his friend and client the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., "Orders To Kill" and "An Act Of State." His most notable task was his involvement in pushing a trial to prove forces other than James Earl Ray killed King, a trial that the major media was complicit in not covering. It is on this day April 4th, the 46th Anniversary of his death that Chris Stevenson has him on as guest on 3600seconds (Like us on Facebook).
Dr. Pepper called in 1991 to the Bar of England and Wales, and an Attorney at Law in the United States, specializing in international human rights. He represented Dr. Martin Luther King’s family in a civil action which revealed the truth about the assassination, including the innocence of King’s alleged assassin, James Earl Ray, whom he also represented. He is a past Convener of the Seminar in International Human Rights at the University of Oxford, England.
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Tonight at 6pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's Saturday Edition, the funniest show you'll hear on radio all week.
Ernest is joined by Jay Ril, Mr. LES, Momo B, and the usual cast of nutballs to talk about what old school technology you refuse to give up. Is it an old phone? A VCR? Are you still playing cassettes? Tell us!
It's Ernest's birthday today, too, so call & wish him a Happy 46th! All this plus NPR news, weather, music, & your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942.
Jay Rodriguez is a Grammy Nominated Saxophonist, Flautist, Clarinetist, Film Composer, Producer and Arranger. He was born Hernan Ramiro Rodriguez-Sierra in the coastal port city of Barranquilla Colombia on September 17, 1967. His family immigrated to NYC when he was 3 in 1970. He commenced his musical studies at the age of 7 on clarinet. When he turned 10 he began studying alto saxophone and conducting with Tito D Rivera (Father of the famed Paquito D’Rivera ). Mr Tito D Rivera was a famed Classical saxophonist of his generation. By the time Jay turned 12, he had begun studying saxophone with Joe Allard. Other teachers included Saxophonist/flautist – Jesus Garcia, Mark Friedman, Kenny Hitchcock, and Emile De Cosmo. At 13 Paquito D Rivera would take Jay to sit in and play with him around town. He featured him as a guest soloist at the famed Salsa Meets Jazz concerts at the then well known Village Gate. There he met Jazz legends like Stanley Turrentine, Ray Barretto, Tito Puente, Victor Venegas and Dizzy Gillespie to name a few. He went on to work with the well known Jazz and Latin artists like Wilfredo Vargas, Bross Townsend, Vincente Pacheco, Celia Cruz, Jose Alberto, Candido and many more. At 14 he was chosen to attend the High School for the Performing Arts (now known as La Guardia) in NYC at the time located on 46th st. His classmates at the time included Billy Charlap, Jon Gordon, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Robinson.
Founded in 1967 by Rev. James Cleveland, the Gospel Music Workshop of America is an annual convention bringing together people who love gospel music from America, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean including a wide range of many faiths. With a membership of thousands, the meeting is a week long gathering including academic classes, evangelism and outreach, nightly music services, showcases, radio and television executives and promoters, exhibits and seminars.
Charlie Zelenoff Wins Yet Again Landslide Wide Points Win For Me !!!!!!!!! the guy said he had 61 fights he said he was 58-3 well I made him 58-4 I kicked his ass big time easy win Great Win on video I did it for My Baby My Girlfriend And I Are Suppose to get Married Champ Did it All For Her 46 Wins 0 Losses right after I get my 45-0 P4P #1 Hat I Win #46 The Very Next Day
Update: Due to the significance of the Georgia Senate vote in favor of a Convention of States, we plan to replay Tuesday's senate presentation, debate and vote in its entirety (C-SPAN style) in the first hour of this program. Discussion will follow.
Are changes to the U.S. Constitution a necessary step to puttiing America back on its intended course?
Advocates for new constitutional amendments says they're critical to address issues like term limits or skyrocketing national debt.
Opponents argue a constitutional convention could become a Pandora's box, unleashing unintended consquences, perhaps opening the door to scap our current 1789 Constitution.
Good or bad, right or wroing, a resolution passed in the Georgia senate this week in support of a Convention of the States. If the Georgia House and governor go along, Georgia may become the first state to declare support for this rare and extreme meaure in U.S. governance.
Don and Doug tackle this under-reported news on Friday's show. Extended portions of Tuesday's senate debate will be featured.
Serious stuff is in motion. Be informed. Connect the dots. Our program begins at 1:00 pm EST.
Among lawmakers heard in the debate:
18th Distric: Sen. Cecil Staton (R-Macon)
10th District: Sen. Emanuel Jones (D - portions of DeKalb & Clayton counties)
33rd District: Sen. Steve Thompson (D-Marietta)
46th District: Sen. Bill Counts (R-Athens)
41st District: Sen Steve Henson (D-Tucker)
19th District: Sen. Tommie Williams (R-Lyons)
Mike DeCaro #2
University of New Haven
Running Back/Wide Receiver/Kick Returnet
Height: 5’9”; Weight: 191
Mike DeCaro was also named an Honorable Mention All-America as a return specialist. DeCaro, previously an All-Region Second Team and All-Northeast-10 Conference First Team selection, ranked fifth in NCAA Division II and second in the Northeast-10 Conference in all-purpose yards with nearly 210 yards per game. He returned a kickoff 78 yards for a touchdown against LIU Post and took a punt 71 yards to the house against Bentley. The only player in the NE-10 to score a touchdown four different ways this season, DeCaro ranked 46th in Division II and fourth in the conference in scoring.
Chairman Fred Hampton Jr, the son of assassinated Black Panther Deputy Chairman Fred Hampton Sr. and Comrade Mother Akua Njeri - is the founder of the Prisoners Of Conscience Committee. Chairman Fred Jr. is an active community organizer and is currently President and Chairman of the Prisoners of Conscience Committee (POCC/BPPC).
Chairman Fred will join us to discuss the 46th Anniversary of the BPP as well as, the escalating levels of violence in Chicago, Illinois.
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