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  • 00:31

    The Activist Show

    in Politics

    Talk radio that walks the talk! This show is about solutions, something our elected officials don't seem to understand.

  • 00:30

    The Activist Show

    in Politics

    Talk radio that walks the talk! This show is about solutions, something our elected officials don't seem to understand.

  • 00:31

    The Activist Show

    in Politics

    Talk radio that walks the talk! This show is about solutions, something our elected officials don't seem to understand.

  • 01:02

    Paul Richmond: LGBT Artist and Activist

    in LGBT

    Artist Paul Richmond joins the show to talk about his art and activism on tonight's show!
    Call 323 657-1493 to ask Paul a question and join the fun!
    Visit Paul's website and purchase his art here!

    Paul is a visual artist and activist whose paintings draw inspiration from his own experiences as a young gay man. Since graduating college in 2002, his artwork has become a vehicle for exploring and understanding his own journey, as well as developing a dialogue with other members of the LGBTQ community. Influenced by his own struggles as he came to terms with his sexual identity, he seeks to challenge social constructs that exist around sexual orientation and gender roles.


    His career has included exhibitions in galleries throughout the United States, as well as publication in numerous art journals and anthologies. His work is collected by individuals from around the globe. In his role as the Associate Art Director for Dreamspinner Press and their young adult imprint, Harmony Ink Press, he has created over two hundred and fifty novel cover illustrations. He teaches community art classes for Stonewall Columbus. He has volunteered with the Kaleidoscope Youth Center, encouraging LGBTQ teens to use art as a means of self-exploration and expression. He is a co-founder of the You Will Rise Project, an organization that empowers those who have experienced bullying to speak out creatively through the language, visual, and performing arts.


    Paul shares his life with husband, Dennis Niekro. They were married in a group ceremony with twenty-four other LGBT couples in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in June 2013. Together, they are committed to using their artistic talents to raise equality awareness.

  • 00:29

    An Organization Called Archi-Treasures Explains its Activist Work.

    in Art

    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network


    (All Black! All News! All You!)


    This segment is Art and Social Justice Issues, a combination some listeners might not be aware of. My goal is to connect to social justice issues through art.


    On today's show, An Organization Called Archi-Treasures Explains its Activist Work, we will be talking with the executive director of Archi-Treasures about the activist practice of the organization. 


    Thank you for listening to Art and Social Justice Issues. I'm Dianna Long and I am about connecting people to social justice issues through art.


    If you would like to sponsor one of our upcoming shows, please contact our show's Executive Producer at cesarquiroz379@gmail.com.


    Dianna C Long, Host of "Art and Social Justice Issues"


    Chicago's Black Business Radio Network


    (http://www.chicagoblackbusinessradionetwork.com/)

  • 01:02

    A Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Walter Hudson Popular Activist

    in Current Events

    Walter Hudson is a nationally known activist.  Walter Hudson models himself after the most notable activist of all time, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Walter Hudson is the Founder and Chairman of the National Awareness Alliance.  They stage protests around the country supporting the "Black Lives Matter" movement.  The protests are peaceful.  We encourage all that protest to be peaceful.  


    Today, let us honor Dr. King and those that follow in his footsteps.  Although we have come a long way in the battle for civil rights, sadly, we still have a long way to go.

  • 01:20

    Gangster Disciples Former Member & Activist Lonnie Wilson: Raising Black Men

    in Entertainment

    The Leik presents former Gangster Disciples and Social Activist Lonnie Wilson. Join The 40+ WTF Show with hosts Meleika, Brittany, and special guest-host Harvard Law School student Isaac Joy to discuss raising Black men. This is an episode you do not want to miss Monday, February 1st 5:30PM PST / 7:30PM CST / 8:30PM EST. Call in with questions and/or comments to 347-850-1441. Listen in at work, at home, or driving in traffic by simply clicking on the link.

  • 01:02

    Guest tonight is Activist Central's own Mr. Tom Madison

    in Politics

    Activist Central tonight will be a role reversal:  Activist Central's Tom Madison in the Hot Seat for One Hour to talk about his campaign to reform the Oregon sex offender registration laws (OregonActionCommittee.Org) in addition to answering questions about Activist Central talk radio concept, the sex offender registration law reform movement in general, his fourteen year background in helping to reform SOR laws and how he sees today's political activism strategies and tactics in general.  He will be interviewed by Derek Logue of OnceFallen.Com (a SOR law reformer activist website) and other interested switchboard callers to the show. 


    Viva La Revolucion! - The New Militancy of the Oppressed, Degraded & Persecuted on Activist Central talk radio.


     


     


     

  • 00:29

    Social Activist Kwame Rose LIVE on the Dr. Karlene Richardson Show

    in Motivation

    Kwame Rose is a social activist, hip-hop artist, blogger and speaker. At just 21 years old, Kwame has emerged as a leader, community organizer, and motivator for youth advocacy. Kwame’s passion for public speaking once earned him a full scholarship to the University of Texas San Antonio as a member of the debate team. While there, he advocated for hip-hop infused education. After the completion of his freshman year, Kwame returned to his hometown of Baltimore to serve his community. He continues to fight for social justice through his music, as well as through a recent partnership with international artist Zakee Kuduro. After having served on the executive board of Brothers In Action, Inc., a mentoring group for young Black males in Baltimore City, for several years, Kwame is currently developing his own youth based advocacy group called V.O.I.C.E.S. (Vocalizing Our Intelligence Creating Effective Solutions). 


    Join Dr. Karlene Richardson on Sunday, December 6, 2015.


     

  • 02:02

    A Street Activist Perspective (A.S.A.P)

    in Politics

    Our guest for this Sunday evening is our own native Houstonian, "Deric Muhammad." Deric Muhammad is an accomplished Houston-based Activist/Organizer who addresses issues on behalf of the black community and other poor and under-served disenfranchised communities concerning Social Justice, Police Brutality, Racial Inequality, and Black Male Development.


    Deric Muhammad believes that man is given power for one reason; "To Serve Others!" Deric Muhammad has been, for years, seen on local and national television stations addressing the tough issues faced by Black people in America. He says that he is unashamed of his love for Black people and thanks God every day for giving him the honor of serving his community. 


    In 2009 he independently produced and starred in a critically acclaimed documentary called “Raising Boys: Tips for Single Moms” that addresses the plight of Black women raising sons in the absence of a father. He recently launched a Houston-based Black Male Initiative called Project FORWARD that focuses on Stopping Inner-City Violence and creating Economic Development. His writings have been published in many newspapers and he has currently released his first self-published book A.S.A.P (A Street Activist Perspective).


    For more information on Brother Deric Muhammad and his work visit his website at www.dericmuhammad.com 


    LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...

  • 00:32

    Poet,song writer,rapper,and Activist Tiffany Renee live interview 1-13-15 6:30pm

    in Entertainment

    Tiffany Renee Murphy, (24) Born December 19th 1991. Born and Raised in Kinston North Carolina,In the top 5 most violent cities of the State. She chooses to exclude herself out of the percentage of General Statistics that is normally upheld from the area she was raised. Commonly Known for her Poetry and Activist Involvement , she has quite a few talents laying up her Sleeve.
    She decided to start writing poetry at the age of 11. She will sit in class and daydream about becoming the Next Mya Angelou. "Me and my childhood friend, Samantha Moore would sit in class in the 6th grade and just write and rap. Write and rap. It amazes me looking back on it how this seed has always been planted in me " She always wrote poems for her closest friends and boyfriends in middle school and Highschool. "I had remixed "Shawty Like Mine" By Chris Brown and Bow Wow for a close child hood friend, Juanita Plymouth and named it " Friend like Mine" in Middle School. That was my first ever song I wrote.
    After highschool life's challenges and lack of parents as she was adopted at age 6. "I don't have a close relationship with my adopted family, I always felt it was more so for the money than out of Love" she began to slip away from her gift and fall victim to the struggle and the streets. Homeless and living place to place. Not to long after she gave birth to her daughter. "When I had my daughter it was an eye opener for me. Like what do I do now, she depending on me to do better " it really didn't take until the birth of her son to realize Music was her Dream. 
    "it's so much in me god has given me it's no way I can continue to keep it to myself"
    Nowadays you can catch her blogging on her website Mstiffanyrenee.weebly.com , writing skits and plays, writing songs for others, writing her first book "Rock Bottom of The Struggle.It's radio revolution!!!!