• 00:56

    Northeast Mississppi ASU Black History and Scholarship Banquet

    in Self Help

     


    Northeast Mississippi Alcorn State University Alumni Chapter will celebrate their Black History and Scholarship Banquet on Saturday February 21, 2015 at the Summit Center 852 Gloster Street in Tupelo, MS. You can listen to a live broadcast starting at 7:00 pm by calling 323-580-5735. Dr. Alfred Rankins Jr. Alcorn State University 19th President will deliver words of encouragement to help hoist our university into the next stratosphere. Please share this information with friends and others who cannot attend to join the grand celebration via a live broadcast at 7:00pm.


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    WINSTON COUNTY SELF HELP COOPERATIVE
    716 Old Robinson Road • Louisville, MS 39339
    Phone: 601-291-2704 • Email: winstoncshc@mail.com
    Web: www.wcshc.com


     

  • 01:24

    College Football Preview: Arizona, ASU, New Mexico, and Hawaii

    in Sports

    Jeremy and Mouth preview the Arizona schools in the Pac-12, and the cellar dwellars of the Mountain West. 

  • 01:28

    Shetaut Neter Thursday Evening Devotional Worship

    in Spirituality

    Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep and Shems Baket Asu Ra for our Thursday Ushet at Sunset.  This is a reflection of the Myth of Ra and Aset when Ra says, "I am Khepera in the morning, and Ra at noonday, and Temu in the evening." Thus this evening worship program will pay homage to the Supreme Being in the form of Ra-Tem or Temu the setting sun. Hotep

  • 01:28

    Shetaut Neter Thursday Evening Devotional Worship

    in Spirituality

    Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep and Shems Baket Asu Ra for our Thursday Ushet at Sunset.  This is a reflection of the Myth of Ra and Aset when Ra says, "I am Khepera in the morning, and Ra at noonday, and Temu in the evening." Thus this evening worship program will pay homage to the Supreme Being in the form of Ra-Tem or Temu the setting sun. Hotep

  • 00:21

    Dallas Cowboy Legend All Pro Danny White

    in Education

    Danny White was born February 9, 1952 in Mesa, Arizona. He had a stellar career as a Quarterback and Punter at Arizona State University where he was an All-American in 1973 and set 7 NCAA passing records. In 1973, his passing and running placed him second in the Nation in total offense. Sports Illustrated named White as the second-highest rated Quarterback of all time behind only Steve Young. The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame honored White in 1997 as the first player inductee ever from ASU and the State of Arizona. 

    After 2 years with the Memphis in the World Football League, White joined the Dallas Cowboys and the NFL. His leadership skills as a Quarterback were evident when he broke the Dallas Cowboys single-season passing record (29 TD’s) in his first year as a starter (1980). The Cowboys went to the playoffs 5 times and won the NFC East title three times in White’s 6 years as a starter. He ended his career as the Cowboys most accurate passer, setting team single-season records for 334 completions and 29 touchdown passes He still holds 8 Cowboys records and the record for the most TD passes thrown in Texas Stadium. Tom Landry, the legendary Head Coach of the Cowboys said, ”Danny White was probably as fine a winner as we have had in football”. 


    He made the Pro Bowl in 1982, and led the Cowboys to three consecutive NFC championship games (1980-1982). White had 1,761 completions on 2,950 attempts for 21,959 yards, 155 touchdowns, and 132 interceptions in his career. He also gained 482 yards and scored 8 touchdowns rushing. White made the Pro Bowl in 1982, and led the Cowboys to three consecutive NFC championship games (1980-1982) He served as the head coach of the Arizona Rattlers from 1992 to 2004, winning the Arena Bowl championship in 1994 and 1997.


     

  • 01:30

    Shetaut Neter Thursday Evening Devotional Worship

    in Spirituality

    Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep and Shems Baket Asu Ra for our Thursday Ushet at Sunset.  This is a reflection of the Myth of Ra and Aset when Ra says, "I am Khepera in the morning, and Ra at noonday, and Temu in the evening." Thus this evening worship program will pay homage to the Supreme Being in the form of Ra-Tem or Temu the setting sun. Hotep

  • 01:29

    Shetaut Neter Thursday Evening Devotional Worship

    in Spirituality

    Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep and Shems Baket Asu Ra for our Thursday Ushet at Sunset.  This is a reflection of the Myth of Ra and Aset when Ra says, "I am Khepera in the morning, and Ra at noonday, and Temu in the evening." Thus this evening worship program will pay homage to the Supreme Being in the form of Ra-Tem or Temu the setting sun. Hotep

  • 01:01

    Ask Dr. Applewhite About Disability and Healing From Racism

    in Education

    The anxiety and stress from racism has affected people of all races and ethnicity, especially African-Americans at school and work! It is anticipated that our discussion will encourage teachers and counselors to explore the psychological impact of racism in African-American Adult Learners/Students, as well as other minority students. The media continues to place great attention on racism issues from the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin murder trial, to events in Ferguson and more; In addition to the ongoing disparity of African, Latino, and Native Americans in our justice and educational systems. Join Dr. Applewhite and special guest, Dr. Beverly Johnson, Retired ASU Sociology Professor, in a positive discussion on ways to heal the scars of racism. http://tobtr.com/s/7435975. Your one-time or monthly recurring donation of $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE.  Click on RADIO to listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite (formerly Student2Teacher) Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7.  This is a rerun of the  broadcast Students Discuss Healing From The Stress of Racism on 11-23-13.

  • 01:29

    Shetaut Neter Thursday Evening Devotional Worship

    in Spirituality

    Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep and Shems Baket Asu Ra for our Thursday Ushet at Sunset.  This is a reflection of the Myth of Ra and Aset when Ra says, "I am Khepera in the morning, and Ra at noonday, and Temu in the evening." Thus this evening worship program will pay homage to the Supreme Being in the form of Ra-Tem or Temu the setting sun. Hotep

  • 01:02

    Ask Dr. Applewhite About Disability and Racism

    in Education

    The anxiety and stress from racism has affected people of all races and ethnicity, especially African-Americans! It is anticipated that our discussion will encourage teachers and counselors to explore the psychological impact of racism in African-American Adult Learners/Students, as well as other minority students. The media continues to place great attention on racism issues from the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin murder trial, to events in Ferguson and more; In addition to the ongoing disparity of African, Latino, and Native Americans in our justice and educational systems. Join Dr. Applewhite and special guest,Dr. Beverly Johnson, Retired ASU Sociology Professor, in a positive discussion on ways to heal the scars of racism. All shows include tips for Healthy Minds for Healthy Bodies and Legal Advocacy with Dr. Beverly Poellnitz and Lenora Arnold and features Vet2Vet Talk with Mitch Caviness. Your one-time or monthly recurring donation of $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE.  Click on RADIO to listen to archived episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite (formerly Student2Teacher) Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7.  This is a rerun of the  broadcast Students Discuss Healing From The Stress of Racism on 11-23-13.

  • 01:30

    Shetaut Neter Thursday Evening Devotional Worship

    in Spirituality

    Join Asar Djehuty Se Hotep and Shems Baket Asu Ra for our Thursday Ushet at Sunset.  This is a reflection of the Myth of Ra and Aset when Ra says, "I am Khepera in the morning, and Ra at noonday, and Temu in the evening." Thus this evening worship program will pay homage to the Supreme Being in the form of Ra-Tem or Temu the setting sun. Hotep

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