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Skip Raddison was injured in a match just before Easter. As he is hit with unexpected medical bills and the inability to work, the local wrestling community is coming together to help him. WCWO's Outlaw Arena will be the site for a wrestling benefit to help curb some of the high medical bills for Skip. We will be having Skip come on Turnbuckle to explain the situation and what to expect when you visit Outlaw Arena for the benefit.
Sports Entertainers from different parts of the country are coming together in Columbus, IN so that they can stomp out cancer. A week away from the benefit we'll be joined by members of the roster as we preview the show. We'll get all of the important details so you're prepared for a night of wrestling and supporting a good cause.
Join ‘She’ and Christina Lundberg as they discuss the story behind her film “For the Benefit of all Beings the Life of His Eminence Garchen Triptrul Rinpoche. Christina shares the treasure that is discovered when self grasping dissolves. The possibility within living life from non-dualistic perspective and loving all beings with equanimity in our heart...perfecting wisdom and compassion. Connect:
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Discussing the AIDS rate n the African African community as well as others! Bringing awareness! Safe sex or no sex at all, and there are still no 100 guarantee that u won't get affected! A condom away keeps death away! Love urself 1st! Diseases are out here and people are catching them like their the next big thang! Wrap up and get urself tested, every year!
Candi and Randy welcome the Executive Director of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Tom Viola.
Tom has been at the forefront of HIV/AIDS advocacy for decades, working with the Broadway & theatre community to raise needed funds for a multitude of charities.
In addition, Tom was one of the original producers of the Obie Award winning play "The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me," written and starring David Drake.
Among many rave reviews, the New York Times called the play "rivetingly angry, intense, frenetic, frank and touching."
Tonight, at the Gerard Lynch Theater at John Jay College, David Drake returns to a one night only celebration of his ground-breaking play. He has rewritten the play to include an all-star cast of openly gay theatre actors including Tony Award nominees Robin De Jesús, André De Shields, Rory O'Malley, RENT's Anthony Rapp, and Tony winner BD Wong.
We talk to Tom about the birth of the play, it's impact on the LGBT community, it's relevance two decades later plus other efforts by BC/EFA.
For info about the event tonight, go to BroadwayCares.org
Afreekan Descendants have been infected with CULTURAL AIDS. Living the europeans cultural story has led to the destruction of Afreekan Culture that includes our Spiritual System of MA'AT.
The question is HOW? HOW is it that we have fallen so very far from our Legacy and Heritage? HOW is it that we continue to self-destruct when we KNOW BETTER? WHY do we not do better?
Brother Brandon and Sis. Abena are prepared to answer those questions.. It's the MEME'S!!
Tune in to learn more about them and HOW THEY WORK!
Every Thursday evening @ 11:00pm we will break it down and make it plain....so we can FIX IT by providing the Anti-Virus needed....and COUNTER THE SYSTEM OF RACISM/WHITE SUPREME LUNACY
Call in at 347-327-9927 with your questions or comments.
Brandon Jones M.A. is a Counter-Racist Behavioral Health Scientist and currently working to obtain a degree in Marriage and Family Therapy
Abena Afreeka M.S.S. is a Social Worker, Family Therapist and Traumatologist
Join Nicholas Snow and Kristin Johnson for exclusive comprehensive coverage of the 2013 Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards Gala. Walking the Red Carpet: Stephanie J. Block, Melissa Etheridge, Morgan Fairchild, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Megan Hilty, Lainie Kazan, Queen Latifah, Ray Leeper, Mario Lopez, Greg Louganis, Lorna Luft, Matthew Morrison, Danielle Bisutti and more! As one of the signature fundraisers for Desert AIDS Project, the Steve Chase Humanitarian Awards last year raised more than $1.4 million for client services.
Desert AIDS Project serves people living with HIV and AIDS by providing comprehensive support, including medical care, case management, and social services, like food, housing, and counseling. D.A.P. also offers free and confidential HIV testing at a number of locations throughout the communities it serves.
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Join us Saturday morning 13th April 2013 at 7am BST 08:am zambian time on Crossfire Radio , we bring you the Paul Kasonkoma , the HIV/AIDS activist who has just been released from jail after being accused of campaigning for Gay rights in zambia . He has sued the Zambian Govt while he still stands accused himself . We find out , Who is Paul Kasonkoma and what what does he stand for ! Join us for an exciting show .. Listen on www.blogtalkradio.com/politicalcrossfire
We are joined in the studio for a special broadcast this afternoon to speak to Jenna Kozel, consumer security advocate at Lookout, a security technology company located in San Francisco and Anbu Anbalagapandian, Senior Software Engineer at Lookout, to talk about Charity:water is a non-profit organization that's been bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations since 2006. Lookout is a company of hackers who create software that protects people and their most sensitive data from mobile threats. Lookout believes in "Hacking for Good" and is committed to supporting charitable projects, like Charity:Water that use technology to have an impact on the world. On Wed., May 22 at 9:00PM, Lookout is hosting a benefit concert for Charity:Water featuring Meklit Hadero. All proceeds will go to a Charity:Water project in Ethiopia. About Melkit Hadero: Born in Ethiopia and raised in San Francisco, Meklit's music influences range wide — from the jazz and soul favorites she grew up on; to the hip-hop and art-rock she loves; to folk traditions from the Americas to East Africa. Named a 2012 TED Senior Fellow, Meklit has served as an artist-in-residence at De Young Museum, New York University and Red Poppy Art House. The event will feature a live set from Meklit and her band, along with a full bar.