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Toni Carey and Ashley Hicks created Black Girls RUN! in an effort to tackle the growing obesity epidemic in the African-American community and provide encouragement and resources to both new and veteran runners.
The mission of Black Girls RUN! is to encourage African-American women to make fitness and healthy living a priority.
Black Girls Golf was founded in 2011 by Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald. Tiffany created Black Girls Golf after spending 10 years in Corporate America and noticing how many opportunities were available to her colleagues who played golf. As she became a more experienced golfer, she noticed how few Black women were involved in the sport.
Black Girls Golf exists to change the exclusive culture of golf by introducing women and minorities to golf and making them lifelong players.
The Steve Black Show promotes high school and college athletics that are located within the Tri-County and 25E area of southeastern Kentucky. In addition, we generate expert discussion concerning national collegiate athletics, as well as professional sports. Our goal is create a professional dialogue that serves as an avenue for athletic expression including opinions, create a sense of student-athlete awareness in all sports, and encourages involvement in sportsmanship activities and to have a great time!!
The October 24th show will feature the return of Indy Wrestler Ryan Dookie as we try to get our Dream Match with Steve the Stud Sexton. We will try to have Corbin Girls Soccer Coach Erik Steely (who could be on last week) to discuss the 13th Region Soccer Tourney
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This is a pre-recorded interview. This interview took place Jan. 26th on 900amWURD.
Mother and daughter fitness duo
Ellen Ector has been a fitness expert for over 20 years. Always loving and participating in sports since the age of 10, Ellen participated in over 400 competitive road races and has competed in numerous triathlons. Among her many accolades are over 300 trophies. One of her proudest moments is being hono
This is Woman of Color month for The African American Biography Series of 2013. Our biography for tonight is that of Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. The African American Biography Series of 2013 is documenting Black History on Internet Radio. With that in mind, I , Laura Gall must say this year long series has something in common with Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. She, Mrs. Higginbotham, is a Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. Her writings span diverse fields--African American religious history, women's history, civil rights, constructions of racial and gender identity, electoral politics and the intersection of theory and history. One of her most cited and reprinted articles is "African American Women's History and the Metalanguage of Race," winner of the best article prize of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians in 1993. You are listening to Blogtalkradio. I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is You Talk Too Much. My show airs on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:00 pm est. My call in number is 1-714-242-5273. You Talk Too Much is proud to bring to you the biography of Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. Please enjoy the show. Thank you for listening.
Join us on Ties Never Broken-OnAir! on August 26th at 7pm as we talk to Andrea Butler; Editor-in-Chief of SEIS Magazine. The magazine focuses on creating positive messages for black teen girls. http://sesimag.com Andréa Butler is an entrepreneurial writer, editor, publisher, and public speaker who focuses on creating positive messages for black teen girls. Prior to launching Sesi magazine, Andréa worked as a high school English teacher for five years; currently she also holds a position as an associate editor at LivingSocial. Her friends call her Ms. Correcto, as she crafts witty, compelling, informative content on the regular and slays errors in spelling, grammar, and punctuation with a passion. She also enjoys sharing her knowledge of how to launch an independent magazine by conducting hands-on workshops for groups looking to delve into the wondrous world of self-publication.
SK: What first got you interested in this line of work?MR: I struggled as a young girl with anxiety, feeling alone and isolated. I desired to learn the skills to connect at a deeper level. I wanted to learn to communicate my needs of feeling heard and “mattering” in the world. However, most importantly, I wanted to give back to my community; the very specific tools and skills that I had learned from my hard life experience. I have spent years in therapy and hundreds of thousands of dollars; however living with Christ in me provided me a strong foundation of faith and a daily practice of living in the moment which led to my recovery. Through my journey of self-discovery in my late thirties, a deep desire to advocate for the disadvantage and at-risk youth was developing, and I took a leap of faith, turning over my hidden skill-sets, and prayerfully considered my next step… God delivered to me and I transcribed the Girls in Power curriculum in written form in the summer of 2010 with the intention to launch a program, first for girls. My hope was to reach as many young women as possible, so they would not have to suffer in silence and live behind a mask, as long as I did.SK: Of all of that, what would you say is the most important, or the most prominent part of the job?MR: Getting the word out and generating sustainability---GIP needs funding in order to keep providing programs to youth and families. SK: Is there any part of your job that you especially love doing?MR: I love to teach young girls, teens, mothers and women.God has used my hurts for good and He has shown me how to package up the tools I have learned which have helped me live a more fulfilling life. God is using me, and through me He is letting me share these tools to help others heal, change their ways, change their hearts, cope and manage, develop a healthier mindset, and as well, contribute to society…creating sustainability all around…
Has this ever happened to you? Or have you ever noticed that one type of exercise gives you a better result than others? Well, whether you like it or not, it’s determined by your genetics. That’s right. How your body responds to certain exercises is mostly due to good ol’ family genes.Tune in for a better workout!
Women Of Color are the focus of The African American Biography Series of 2013. Tonight my focus is on two women of color, two women in the U.S. House of Representatives, two women who were the first women of color elected to Congress from their State. My focus is on Terrycina Andrea Sewell (Terri) of Alabama and Donna F. Edwards of Maryland. You are listening to Blogtalkradio. I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is You Talk Too Much. You Talk Too Much is a featured show in Blogtalkradio's line up of shows. The African American Biography Series of 2013 is documenting Black History on Internet Radio. You Talk Too Much airs on Thursday evenings 6:30-7p.m eastern time. My call in number tonight is 1-714-242-5273. Thank you so much for listening.
Join us tonight as we chat with a special guest who believes that perhaps, Black Women are too sexxy. That's right, he believes that the new Black Woman is highly educated, has all of the latest and greatest fashion, drives a fancy car that pulls up to her 3-car garage. Yes, she has arrived with her sexxy self. But, does she have substance? Can she hold an intelligent conversation about world views and most importantly, can she truly respect, honor and submit to the Black Man? Oh, we are going way in on this one! Join us tonight as it all goes down!!!
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