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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ABUSE
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NEWS That Matters - United States Sentencing Commission and RETROACTIVITY July 18, 2014
PRISONER'S PERSPECTIVE - Clemency Project 2014
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Join us and our special guest, Afi Pittman , author,business woman, and artist, as we discuss her powerful,life changing podcast 'Dont Faint Before the Promise,her informative and thought provoking e-book 'Living on Purpose', and learn about her near death experience. And for all the singles ...We will tackle the question...Why are YOU still single?
Afi Soul is the critically acclaimed soul and r&b music artist whose self-distributed album, Lovely, landed the no. 10 spot on the SoulTracks Top 10 CDs list, putting her in a class with Erykah Badu, Angela Johnson and Jill Scott. Many consider her supportive anthem for the ‘brothas’ — “Baby, Its Cold Outside” — Afi’s signature tune. The music video for that single stayed in rotation on BETJ and VH1 Soul for months, and was featured on VH1Soul.com.
Touring with artists such as Lil Mo and Raheem Devaughn, renewed interest in Afi’s debut prompted a 2010 re-release led by “Sorry (Gotta Go)”, a no nonsense hit that asserts a woman’s independence. The music video for this single quickly made its way across the internet in 2011.
After Lovely, Afi’s life suddenly took an unexpected turn. At the height of her career, she began watching pieces of her life fall apart with the passing of her father during her fourth pregnancy. Shortly after, Afi experienced heartbreak and a financial downfall that left her homeless.
Shocking friends and family, Afi parted ways with the music industry from 2011 to late 2013 to rediscover herself and rebuild a life for her children.
Now back in the studio, Afi returns a more empowered woman, mother and soulstress. With fans anticipating new music, she releases her latest single, “I’m Gone Shine” off her forthcoming album. With this most recent music video, viewers witnesses Afi reclaim her strength and independence. Afi attributes her healing to her belief in God, family and talent. “I feel like a Phoenix,” said Afi. “…I just keep living.”
InspirationalMoments is a Show that encourage, motivates, inspires and uplift the lifteners.
This Show is a platform to promote Jesus Christ. Also this Show is a platform for Pastors, Speakers, Artist, and people to share their gifts, talents, and testimony.
Tanisha Jones is the Host and she inspires listeners with music, interviews, and guest.
Inspirational Moments is a tool to help motivate you through life challenges.
Special Guest: Bishop George of The Excellent Chapel located at 2901 W. Irving Blvd Irving TX 75061
Bishop George will be promoting a special event on June 4 - 8 AT 7pm nightly.
This will be the Inaugural service for The Excellent Chapel so please mark your calendars and come to this awesome event.
David Hirschfelder was raised in the country township of Ballarat.After graduating from Ballarat Grammar he continued his music education at The University of Melbourne. From the mid-80s to early-90s, Hirschfelder became the musical brain behind many of Australia’s landmark concert events and recordings. David’s first film-score for Baz Luhrmann’s “Strictly Ballroom” won a BAFTA. In 1996 David received an Oscar nomination, an AFI and an APRA award for his “Shine” score; and in 1998 a further Oscar nomination, as well as BAFTA and APRA awards for “Elizabeth”. Hirschfelder is now recognised globally as one of Australia’s most distinguished screen composers. Other works include “Eternity” for orchestra, choir and 1000 tap-dancers (commissioned for the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games), “Mixed Doubles” for string quartet (commissioned by Leigh Warren’s Dance Theatre for the 2004 Adelaide Arts Festival), David’s recent film-scores include Baz Luhrmann’s “Australia” (2008), Zack Snyder’s “Legend Of The Guardians” (2010), and James Cameron’s “Sanctum” (2011). 2014 will see the release of Craig Monahan’s "Healing" featuring Hugo Weaving, along with Jonathan Teplitzky’s "The Railway Man" starring Colin Firth and Nicole Kidman, which received it’s world premiere at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Tyrone Mitchell - TS Mitchell Financial LLC - SRN Financial Expert 6:15pm
Wealth Management and Financial Planning
Building Futures and Securing Legacies through Insurance, Investments and Tax Planning.
Tracie Powell - Columbia Journalism Review 7:15pm
Tracie Powell writes about the media and media policy, specifically on issues regarding copyright, media ownership, government transparency, diversity and the business of journalism. A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, she is regular contributor to the Columbia Journalism Review and founder of the media blog, AllDigitocracy.org.
Afi Scruggs - TheRoot.com & The Grio 7:15pm
Afi (pronounced uh-Fee) Scruggs is an independent multi-media story teller and journalist, who specializes in stories about the African American experience. Her commentaries and essays appear regularly in Cleveland Magazine. She has produced audio segments for American Public Media's Marketplace, WBEZ-Chicago Public Media and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. She has written for numerous outlets and magazines, including Essence, theroot.com, grio.com, the Washington Post and the Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio.
The 2013 Film Awards Season is in full swing now, with the critics announcing a lot of their choices, including the Los Angeles and New York Film Critics. In addition, the AFI announced their choices for the best film achievements of 2013, so we'll review and discuss them all, and see where the Oscar race is on the dawn of the SAG and Golden Globe nominations.
Jill Morley just finished the feature documentary, “Fight Like A Girl,” about women using boxing to fight their demons and empower themselves. It played at several festivals, winning “Best Documentary” at the Other Venice Film Festival, and was presented with an award from the World Boxing Council for inspiration, education and courage. “Fight Like a Girl” is still in the process of finding distribution. Jill’s critically acclaimed documentary film, “Stripped” won awards at festivals, ran theatrically in New York and LA, internationally and ran on the Sundance Channel. Other shorts she directed and shot played festivals such as AFI, and the Santa Barbara Film Festival.
Jill is honored to have her monologues published in several monologue collections by Gerald Lee Ratliff along with Arthur Miller, Steve Martin, David Hare,and Wendy Wasserstein.
Born in Singapore, Vicki Lau had a passion for filmmaking since she was 14-years old when she first began using editing software. With a strong background in visual effects and applied psychology, she has always been fascinated with complex ideas and rich concepts that challenge the mind and encourage discussion and thinking in audiences.
Other than a few productions in her home country, the short film "The Painter" is her directorial debut. The film, made in the United States, explores the thin boundry between fantasy and reality. It was shown at the Palm Beach International Film Festival in April.
Vicki also worked as a visual effects intern on AMC's “The Walking Dead” and NBC's “Dracula,” while creating visual effects for AFI films and the independent feature film “Going Bongo”.
For more info., visit www.lauvicki.com or find Vicki on IMDB.com.
Join me and author Phaedra Anderson for a discussion on living celibate and single, finding and living your life's purpose and living for God. Celibacy is a topic many - even Christians - often shy away from. But today you don't want to miss this conversation on how you CAN be celibate and live a fulfilling life.