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  • 00:48

    LIVE - Country's Top 10 Hottest New Artist, Josey Milner, Talks #AntiBullying

    in Radio

    Shedding the Bitch Radio is all about shedding the emotional bitches keeping your from the RICHes you deserve.  And APRIL is all about #AntiBullying. FOLLOW the program and get all of our updates.

    SPECIAL AIRING TONIGHT AT 6:00 p.m. est., Bernadette welcomes country singer, Josey Milner, who is rocking the country scene and the world with her #antibullying song and campaign.

    Josey Milner is part small town teen, part road-worthy country starlet, and starting at only 17 years old, she turned heads and changed hearts with her debut US single, “Not Pretty Enough.” The song thrust Josey into the country music spotlight, launching her anti-bullying campaign with Angels and Doves, earning her a 2013 Independent Country Music Award nomination for Promising Young Artist, a Top 10 Hottest New Artist designation. Now, 19 and a recent Magna Cum Laude high school graduate, this CMT.com Top 20 Artist has taken her initial successes to greater heights with “Cowgirls.”

    Call in to chat with us...at 1-818-572-2910. Chat in right here on our Show Page... Listen and SHARE!

    Each week, host, Bernadette Boas, a ball of fire edutainer, consultant and author of Shedding the Corporate Bitch, discuss current top issues that women deal with, as well educate and inspire you to 'stake your claim' to shed your own bitches, so you can shift from Bitch to RICH!

  • 01:06

    Vinicius Machado from True Detective and Power Joins 40+WTF!

    in Entertainment

    Vinicius Machado from True Detective and Power joins Danielle, Brittany, and Producer Meleika to discuss anti-bullying, Chicago gun Violence,Hollywood, and WTF moments! Monday, November 9th 7:30PM CST! Call in to speak with Vinicius Machado and share your WTF moments to 347-850-1441!

  • 01:05

    B.Fly Welcomes Author of Love The Real You Charron Monaye

    in Lifestyle

    Meet Our Guest Charron Monaye: Charron’s work as an author and playwright takes social issues, such as antibullying, police brutality, and father’s rights, head on in unconventional ways using an ‘Educate with Entertainment’ approach. The proof is in her published books of poetry “My Side of the Story” and “Living Laughing and Loving My Way Through” promoting self-love, positive relationships, and the power of healing. After her success with poetry, Charron took her writing to the stage in her first play “Living Your Life”, with the hopes of reaching a larger audience. She went on to write four more stage plays; “Get Out Of Your Own Way,” “Why Can’t We Be Friends”, “Pawns” & “Saving Our Sons”. “Why Can’t We Be Friends” was a sold-out success story on anti-bullying showcasing her son, Christopher Hopson as the lead character. It pays to be a dreamer. Charron has received several acknowledgements and awards for her work. In 2013 she was an honoree of the Girls on Fire Awards in Cleveland, Ohio; receiving the “Presidential Award” and “Best Independent Author” award. In 2014, she won “Real Life Based Stage Play of the Year” for the production “Why Can’t We Be Friends” at The DPI 3rd Annual Playwrights Awards in New York. She has a B.A. in Political Science, Masters in Public Administration, and a certificate in Paralegal Studies. She currently works as a Senior Veterans Service Representative with the Department of Veterans Affairs. She is a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter & Order of Eastern Star, Ruth Chapter #66 (PHA~ PA), and The Visionaries. 

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  • 00:29

    Introduction to New Show/Antibullying

    in Blogs

    Hi all, 
    This is my new show, Tell It Like It Is! You all might remember me as one of the co-hosts of AMC Press - Heather Ray. Well, been playing around with the idea on starting my own radio show and here it is. This first episode is just to basically tell you what this show will be about...what subjects could be touched upon and whatnot. Expect some randomness from time to time!
    This first episode will also touch upon a predicament that me and some friends have been facing for a few months now from a 'rival radio show' (even though to us? Yeah...there's really no competition at all...it's all in the eyes of the host of another radio show that sees there's a competition when there's really not.)
    So feel free to tun in and state your opinions! Would love to have you all on board!

  • 00:50

    Bullies and Friends

    in Politics Progressive

    Bullies And Friends is the critically-acclaimed Documentary Film on bullying, slated for worldwide release. It profiles various bullying incidents, while focusing on the powerful true story of a 14 year-old girl named Dawn-Marie, who after being bullied and threatened with death by three girls at her high school, committed suicide. In the note she left behind, she named the three girls.  The incident sparked a landmark investigation that uncovered a subculture of girl bullying, and led to the precedent setting court case, where for the first time in North America, teens were made to stand trial for bullying.

    Bullies And Friends is groundbreaking in that it offers solutions to bullying to teens, parents, schools and communities through: teens involved in the incident including the poignant interview with the main teen girl brought to trial for bullying; interviews with the family of Dawn-Marie, the exclusive interview with the Judge who presided over the landmark trial and handed down the precedent setting ruling; townspeople and media who were affected by the tragedy, local government officials and educational and parenting experts.

    Cassidy McMillan is the award-winning director, producer and writer of 'Bullies and Friends'. She is a recognized speaker and media contributor on bullying prevention. She is also an actress with the Screen Actors Guild. You can find her on twitter @cassidymcm

    Persephone Vandegrift is an award-winning writer and filmmaker and the co-producer of 'Bullies and Friends'. You can follow her on Twitter @persephwrites 

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  • 00:35

    Let's Talk Kingdom with Catrina- Interview with Singer/Songwriter Choirboi Cam

    in Entertainment

    The New Sound of Praise! Bold, Energetic, Unashamed Choir Boi Cam has reinvigorated praise and worship music for the masses. Dubbed the New Prince of Praise Cam is ushering in a New Era of Gospel Music. As a multi-instrumentalist Cam’s sound his modern, hip, and eclectic. While his sound is refreshing, Cam’s music is steeped in tradition; coming from a family with roots in quartet you can hear it in his vocal ability. Cam’s natural tenor soars over the stylized sounds of his production team. Cam is an award winning singer-songwriter. He is five time 2015 Rhythm of Gospel Award nominee, a Queen City Award nominee, and winner of the Prayze Factor People’s Choice Awards. At only sixteen years old he has toured internationally in Canada. Cam’s latest album War Zone is an instant classic. His lead single “Signs of the Times” accurately depicts the problems and issues that are plaguing today’s world. While his second single “Change Is Possible” gives the answer to what the world needs. Cam is also an advocate for the anti-bullying movement and he has partnered with the short film “Core” to showcase the movie and his song through his “More than Music” school tour.

  • 00:32

    Author Joyce Fields stops by Good Deeds With Dr. Renee Sunday

    in Motivation

    Joyce Fields started her career as a stenographer at a major utility company in Detroit, working her way up through supervisor of word processing, then as the office manager for an automotive advertising agency, and, lastly, as an executive assistant at a large non-profit health maintenance organization.  She is also a professional proofreader (one of her clients was eHarmony, the dating service). She wrote her first book, Line of Serenity (a memoir), in 1997.  Being the oldest of seven, in a very happy family, Joyce wanted to capture the way their parents raised them so that the way they did it would not be lost when they all passed on.  The book goes from 1944 (the year Joyce was born) through 1977 and includes family recipes and photographs.  

    Joyce gets her inspiration from living and observing life.  In addition to Line of Serenity, she has written eight other books about relationships (The Best Way to Keep a Man is to Let Him Go [among other things]); parenting (Mother's Dozen:  An Easy Recipe for Raising GREAT Kids!), which is also available in Spanish; children's fiction (Jette Black and Her Seven Friends); children's non-fiction (THE VISION:  Telling Kids That They Can Make the World a Better Place); bullying (Dear Bully:  A Collection of Poems about Bullying); the power and simplicity of quotes (My Simple Quotes to Live By); and breast cancer (A Breast Cancer Journey to GREATER Joy!  Taking the Fear and Mystery Out of a Breast Cancer Diagnosis).She also wrote three opinion editorials ("Better examples help kids more than political remedies," "The Golden Rule could improve race relations," and "Provide kids with role models, and sell them education,") which were published (verbatim) in The Detroit Free Press.



  • 01:30

    Live Interview with Ahmed Royalty PHD, Founder of F The In Click

    in Christianity

    Dr. Ahmed Royalty is the Developer and Founder of F The In Click. The F In Click Mission statement: It is not our goal to be known. It is our purpose to Get The Work Don! F The In Click is an AntiBullying Community Restoration Movement whose goal is to Rebuild Baltimore & Inspire the World by Combating Bullying & Improving Community Connections. F The In Click says "By reducing the bullying in the city we can reduce the city's crime rate". Through Good Deeds & Artistic healing F the In Click aspires to teach the world to Celebrate Differences & Be Beyond Bullying.

  • 00:28

    Antibullying in Action: Guilford High's Unity Week

    in Youth

    This special interview features student leaders Ben Moore and Maya Morduch-Taubman from Guilford High School's Unity Team.  The faculty leader of the Unity Team is school psychologist, Lillian Parmelee.
    This group helped lead Unity Week at Guilford High, a week-long campaign to fight bullying and cyberbullying.  We discuss the week, its impact, and future plans.

  • 00:19

    011 KARINA IGLESIAS: "Voice" Contestant Finds Her True Voice

    in Self Help

     LeGrande Green interviews Karina Iglesias, a standout Season 4 contestant from The Voice.  An openly gay artist, Karina had the rare chance to work with rockers Adam Levine AND Shakira. In this BOLD conversation, she shares behind-the-scenes insights and reveals why she took a life-altering leap of faith. Features “Only Love Can Save Us,” her self-penned anthem for suicide prevention and anti-bullying efforts. Karina’s site is www.karinaiglesias.com Join the conversation at www.getboldtoday.com. Subscribe to BOLD at iTunes.




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