• 01:12

    PINKTOBER & BREAST CANCER ACTION

    in Health

    It’s October, otherwise known as “Pinktober”. As we enter Brest Cancer Awareness Month, join us as we welcome our friends Dr. Angela Wall (Communications Director)  and Annie Sartor (Policy and Campaign Coordinator) from Brest Cancer Action, a national, feminist grassroots education and advocacy organization fighting to achieve health justice for all women at risk of and living with breast cancer. Survivor Spotlight on Seporah Raizer. 

  • 01:00

    Why Does Obama Hate African-Americans and Jews?

    in Politics Conservative

    TONIGHT, ON THE DR C ROBERT JONES SITUATION REPORT


    Why Does Obama Hate African-Americans and Jews?


     


    President Barack Obama got 89% support from black voters and 66% support from Jewish voters. The question is why are African Americans and Jews voting against their own self-interest? Why are they voting for a guy committed to hurting them? As an American (and a Jew), I couldn’t think of a more dangerous or damaging plan towards African-Americans or Jews than the one being carried out by Obama.


    Let’s start with black Americans, and let me be blunt. As a successful businessman, Obama’s plan to give amnesty to millions of illegal aliens will not greatly affect my life. However, it will it crush the lives of millions of poor and lower income black Americans, especially those striving and working hard to escape poverty and achieve the American dream.

  • What's Killing Us Now-Cancer & African Americans

    in Health

    According to CDC,  life expectancy and overall health have improved for many Americans in recent years, but not all Americans have benefited equally.


    Among U.S. men, for all cancers combined—



    The rate of new cancer cases is highest among black men, followed by white, Hispanic*, Asian/Pacific Islander, and American Indian/Alaska Native men.2
    Death rates are highest among black men, followed by white, American Indian/Alaska Native, Hispanic, and Asian/Pacific Islander men.2


    Among U.S. women, for all cancers combined—



    The rate of new cancer cases is highest among white women, followed by black, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific Islander, and American Indian/Alaska Native women.
    Death rates are highest among black women, followed by white, American Indian/Alaska Native, Hispanic, and Asian/Pacific Islander women


    What is being done?  What can you do?  Tune in to learn more....Join the movement now!

  • 01:05

    ACUPUNCTURE AND CANCER

    in Health

    #337 : Acupuncture and Cancer 
    Spotlight: Ashley England 
    Guest(s): Cynthia Hewett, Kaiya Larson and Alli Ward 

  • 01:07

    WTF-African Americans in Hollywood

    in Entertainment

    We will discuss African Americans in the film industry. 

  • 01:27

    African Americans in 19th Century Alexandria with Char McCargo Bah

    in History

    Prior to the Civil War, Alexandria, Virginia had a large freed African American and slave population who contributed a lot to the community and to the United States.  Each one of these groups helped build Alexandria, Virginia through their skilled labor, involvement in politics, teachers, churches, businessmen and etc. The history of Alexandria, Virginia cannot be told without including these African Americans.


    Char is posting blogs every two weeks on African American people in the 19th century that made a difference in the History of Alexandria, Virginia at http://theotheralexandria.com.


    Char McCargo Bah is the CEO/Owner of FindingThingsforU, LLC.  She has been a genealogist since 1981; appeared on numerous television interviews with CBS, FOX-5, Comcast, Public Broadcasting Services just to name a few and documentaries. She has also received numerous awards in 2014, 2013, 2010, and in 2009 for her work in genealogy. Char became a 2014 Living Legend in Alexandria, VA.  She was the City of Alexandria’s genealogist on the Alexandria Freedmen and Contraband Cemetery.  She is doing an advance study in genealogy at the University of Toronto and is co-author of “African Americans of Alexandria, VA: Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century.”


     

  • 01:24

    Radio Show: Successfully Fight Breast Cancer and Claim Your Healthy Body

    in Health

    In this show you’ll learn:



    Why cancer is on the rise among young women
    What the most important lifestyle changes women can make to prevent breast cancer
    What is risky about the HPV Vaccine


    Background and Guest Information:


    Breast cancer for women under the age of 40 is on the rise. In fact, the under 40 group is the only category of women where breast cancer rates are still climbing.


    Join Dr. Ritamarie and Dr. Christine Horner as they discuss the unique lifestyle changes women can adopt starting in their pre-teen years.  If they follow these changes through each decade of their life to age 40, and then beyond that, they can significantly cut the risk of cancer in half, or eradicate the threat of cancer.


    Christine Horner, M.D., FACS, is a nationally known surgeon, author, and professional speaker, and holds two board certifications: the National Board of Surgery and the National Board of Plastic Surgery. Dr. Horner was recognized as a leader in her field shortly after starting her plastic and reconstructive surgery practice.


    Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that plants and herbs play on your hormones and digestive health, as well as strategies to include in your daily routines to achieve more vitality.

  • 00:31

    AFRICAN AMERICANS AND FINANCIAL PROSPERITY

    in Lifestyle

    According to the Word of God, You can be successful no matter what Race or National Origin you were born into.  You will learn of African Americans who are successful in spite of their circumstances.  

  • 02:00

    African Americans and the Anti Nuclear Movement

    in History

    Vincent Intondi, Associate Professor of History and founder of the Center for Black Studies at Montgomery College and Director of Research at the Nuclear Studies Institute of the American University in DC will talk about his book African Americans Against the Bomb:Nuclear Weapons, Colonialism and the Black Freedom Movement.

  • 00:57

    Busting Breast Cancer Myths with Dr. Véronique Desaulniers

    in Health

    Showtime:  Tuesday, January 20th at 6pm PT / 9pm ET


    Dr. Lo is back after a brief healing hiatus! 


    Join us as we interview Dr. Véronique Desaulniers, author of the bestselling book, Heal Breast Cancer Naturally. 


    On this show we will discuss common myths that hold women in fear regarding their breast healthc. 


    Some of these myths include: 


    • Womens’ hormones cause cancer


    • The BRCA gene is a death sentence


    • Toxic drugs prevent cancer


    • You have no control over breast cancer


    • Breast Cancer cannot be “cured”


    We will also discuss specific nutrients that are vital for breast health, the value of using thermograms, and tune in for the 7 Essentials to prevent and treat breast cancer naturally.


    A show not to miss!


    Hosted by Dr. Lauren "Lo" Noel of Shine Natural Medicine

  • 00:26

    Celebrities NFL Celebrate PoshMommy to benefit Breast Cancer survivors

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people thank you for your support and prayers of this broadcast I usually do not come to you in the afternoon but today I have a special guest in the studio Nicole Jennings the CEO of PoshMommy an online boutique featuring gently-used designer wear donated by the wives and significant others of pro athletes, is kicking off its one-year anniversary during Super Bowl weekend with Celebrate in Style, a VIP shopping experience benefiting Face in the Mirror at the Montelucia Resort & Spa on Friday, January 30, from 4 - 6 p.m.  Celebrities and NFL players will be in attendance, including DJ Fluker of the San Diego Chargers, Geoff Schwartz of the New York Giants and Greg Jennings of the Minnesota Vikings.


    “It’s only fitting we’re celebrating one year of The Posh Mommy on such a grand scale before the Super Bowl,” said CEO and owner Nicole Jennings.  “Celebrate in Style" Face in the Mirror is a non-profit that pampers cancer patients with relaxing facials and massages during their hospital stays.  During the month of January, a portion of The Posh Mommy’s sales will be donated to Face in the Mirror.


    “Our founding mission is to emphasize the impact influential women can make by donating attire often pushed to the side in their closets,” Jennings said.  “The Posh Mommy unites women from all walks of life. This is the place where real women share their real fashion at reasonable prices while making a difference for charities like "Face in the Mirror."


        

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