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Leading the organizing and planning in honor of Bayard Rustin was Mandy Carter who will be joining CWT4R co-host Ina, Michelle and Terry Boi. Carter joined the show in February informing listeners of the upcoming events that occurred last week on August 28th. On the NBJC website entitled “Bayard Rustin 2013 Commemoration Project”. Mandy Carter, Bayard Rustin 2013 Commemoration Project National Coordinator, commented that "most people do not know that Bayard Rustin, an out Black gay man, was the key organizer for that groundbreaking event. America needs to know that Bayard existed. Black lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and same-gender-loving people need to know that Rustin stood firm in his identity and, by his very presence, challenged others in the Civil Rights Movement to overcome homophobia." Mandy provides information about Someone in History You Should Know. Join us on Can WE Talk for REAL, Wednesday Night at 10:30 eastern, 9:30 central, 8:40 mountain and 7:30 pacific time. Call into 347-215-8985 and press 1 to SPEAK
Tonight, July 2, 2014, CWT4R co-host, Ina, Michelle and Terry will welcome back Esteem Awards Founder and Publisher of PrideIndex.com, Philip Esteem. Philip started working in the community with Black Pride (Chicago in 2005) he began networking and was being introduced to people that were doing good things in the community and never really recognized as they should have been. After a short time Philip founded the Esteem Awards and some of the pass awardees included organizations such as The Lambda Literary Foundation & GLADD as well as Youth transgender Eboni Warren Watts, Lori Branch, The gay Magazine, Gay Radio.com, Wanda Sykes, Sharon Bridgforth, GBM News.com, and our very own Michelle E. Brown, just to name a few. He also publishes PrideIndex which is a new flavor of web media sharing local information and national resources for the LGBTQ.THIS YEAR AWARDEES INCLUDE: Craig Johnson, Sanford E. Gaylord, David Bridgeforth of DBQ Magazine, Trisha Lee Holloway of Howard Brown, Simone Koehlinger, Gregg Shapiro of boi Magazine, brklynboihood.com, colorlines.com, The Trevor Project, About Face Theatre, The Bayard Rustin LGBT Coalition (BRC), and Can We Talk For Real, Blog Talk Radio just to name a few. The ESTEEM AWARDS is awarding some of the LGBTQ best, Saturday at Sidetrack beginning at 2pm don’t be late. More diamonds in the LGBTQ Community, Learn how you can nominate one you know for future awards.
Call 347-215-8985 show starts at 10:30 eastern and 9:30 central. Press 1 to SPEAK
Suspense Radio welcomes Louis Bayard to the show to talk about his latest release "School of Night". In "School of Night" Louis brings two decades together to expose one massive secret. Louis continues to be one of the under estimated historical fiction writers today. However he was named in People magazine as one of the top authors today. Check out the behind scenes action of "School of Night" with Louis Bayard. Time to get your fict
January 16, 2012 marks the celebration of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We honor Dr. King and the many heroes and s'heroes of the Civil Rights Movement for their demonstration of SOUL FORCE IN ACTION. We particularly acknowledge Bayard Rustin, the hidden brilliant strategiest behind the Nonviolent Direct Action of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC).
Rustin was a co-founder of SCLS and he taught the principles and practices of Nonviolent Direct Action to Dr. King and the key participants in the boycotts and marches between 1955 and 1968. Raised as a Quaker by his grandmother, Rustin was anchored in peaceful approaches to conscientious elimination injustice and inequality. As well, he traveled to India to explore the "Truth Force" (Satyagraha) practice of Mahatma Gandhi in the Indian Independence Movement.
Dr. Hazzard discusses Bayard Rustin's SOUL FORCE/TRUTH FORCE tactics and his fundamental principle summed up in this Rustin quote: "To be afraid is to behave as if the truth were not true.”
The crux of the conversation is "Activating Your SOUL FORCE as a Spiritual Activist.
After a six year absence from the sport, Melanie Lacroix is getting back in the cage at BAMMA USA March 8th. She will take on Brooksie Bayard in her return to the cage.
We will talk to Lacroix about preparing to return to MMA, being a mom, and shaking off cage rust.
Turquisha Peacock was a victim of child molestation and abuse, partner violence and one of the worst tragedies known to man -- the death of her 4-year-old girl Rahkel. After a gun went off inside a parked car where she had been sitting with two other children, Rahkel was shot and later died in Miami, Florida's Jackson Hospital. Listen to our interview with Turquisha Peacock and Roseline Bayard.
Topic: Bayard Rustin's Vision Behind the MLK Dream March
Bayard Rustin was the architect of the Non-Violent Direct Action tactics of the Civil Rights Movement in America and the engineer of the famous March on Washington. Bayard Rustin taught Dr. King, Dr. Abernathe and the rest of SCLC nonviolent direct action strategies, and he played the central role in organizing the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Rustin was kept in the background as some organizers considered him a liability because he was openly gay.
Today, we look at the Vision Behind the Dream Dr. King spoke about and we ask this question:
What is the difference between A DREAM, AVISION, AND AN ACT OF CREATION?
We ask this in the context of remembering the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
I believe a dream hovers, a vision focuses, and an act of creation brings the thing into reality.
Join us to talk about what this means.
There are documented stories told about the marches in Selma, Montgomery, and Washington DC. You have heard names of those who were a part of the struggle like Bayard Rustin, but what about Chicago Civil Rights Movement and folks like Rev John Porter, June Porter, Rev Leon Jackson, Annie Jackson, Father Hogan, Betty Edwards and so many more. Join us as Rev. Porter takes us back to the times of the civil rights movement in 1963-65 and what effect it had on Chicago. The Chicago Movement was tied into the national movement. Join us and become a part of the Chicago Civil Rights Celebration 1963-2013. Where were you and who inspires you to help keep the movement going?
On Sunday, January 22, 2012, please join us as we welcome Leighann Lord and Travis Simmons. We will discuss the secular beginnings of the Civil Rights Movement and Bayard Rustin amongst other topics. Stand-Up Comedian Leighann Lord's act is smart, upscale and engaging with topics including current events, politics, family, marriage and more. You can find more information about Leighann on her website, Youtube, and Twitter. She is also a guest Co-Host of Star Talk Ra
There are documented stories told about the marches in Selma, Montgomery, and Washington DC. You have heard names of those who were a part of the struggle like Bayard Rustin, Whitney Young, Mahalia Jackson, just to name a few. But there are some names that put the Chicago Civil Rights Movement on the map, such as Rev John Porter, June Porter, Rev Leon Jackson, Annie Jackson, Father Hogan, Betty Edwards and so many more. Join us as Rev. Porter takes us back to the times of the civil rights move
Lisne Ad free here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAs1i0FlkWU&feature=youtu.be On the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington organized by A. Philip Randolph, Bayard Rustin and others, ZM Global unpacks where rights and liberties have gone, and assesses the security of the individual in relation to the national security state. With speeches by and readings from Dr Martin Luther King Jnr, Julian Assange, Chelsea Manning, Christopher Hitchens, Edward Snowden and others. Als
The 50th. Anniversary of The March On Washington is here. On August 28, 1963 the first March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom took place. This was the largest rally for Human Rights, Civil Rights and Economic Rights of African Americans in United States History. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his historic "I Have A Dream Speech" in front of the Lincoln Memorial. This March On Washington was preceded by the killing of Medgar Evers and followed by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. President Kennedy's then wife Jacqueline and his son John Jr. have since passed on as well. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert Kennedy were both murdered in 1968. The African American Biography Series of 2013 brings to you tonight the 50th. Anniversary of the March On Washington, as well as the biographies of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Medgar Evers and Mr. Bayard Rustin who organized the original March On Washington. Today is Thursday, August 29, 2013. I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is "You Talk Too Much". "You Talk Too Much" is a featured show in the line up of shows on Blogtalkradio. This show airs on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7pm est. My call in number is 1-714-242-5273. Please enjoy my presentation. Thank you.
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