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Indie Artist Brian Capa Young... is the NEXT FEATURED GUEST on "BonaFide Talk" Featuring HIS MUSIC....HIS PROJECTS.....HIS VISION!
His TESTIMONY with having 'dabbled' in WITCHCRAFT when he was a youth that ultimately led him to SUICIDE ATTEMPTS!!!....but LOOK AT GOD!!!!
Show topic: "Suicide...A ONE WAY TRAIN RIDE TO HELL"
Tuesday, February 24th @ 8mEST/7pmCST/5pmPST
Brian Young stage name "Capa" has been making original Hip Hop since the early 90's. Through a life of crime which eventually led to prison, Capa writes what he lived and witnessed. Blessed to be alive from many near death experiences, Capa is taking advantage of it and writing to help others. His testimony is unique and has the ability to change lives. Capa has performed with over 20 major acts including Lil John, Ying Yang Twins, Gucci Mane, Plies, Gorilla Zoe and so many more! Capa has been on numerous radio stations including 13 onset interviews on W.P.E.G. Power 98 out of Charlotte NC. He has appeared on 2 television shows "World Wide Flava" and "The Crowes Nest". Capa won the Prayze Factor People's Choice Awards" in April 2014. This was a period of voting from the fans including finacial support. Capa won grand champion and also the Holy Hip Hop Artist of the year award making history, first time ever a Holy Hip Hop artist won Prayze Factor. Capa has also been nominated in 4 categories for the 2015 Rhythm of Gospel Awards. Been a long hard road but God has never left his side and Capa is thankful for that. It's all about Christ, Capa follows his lead. His vision is to change the world one soul at a time.
Captain Capa - German Electronic Band...New Album "Foxes" out now on Audiolith Records...Currently out on the Vans Warped Tour 2014 on Beatport Stage...New video "Arsenic" out today..Check out their music, dates & more @ www.facebook.com/captaincapa
I,The Breather - American Metal band from Baltimore,MD..New Album "Life Reaper" out July 15th..New songs "Setting Sun" & Soul;Seek(official music video out too) out now both are off of "Life Reaper"...Check them out this summer on the entire Vans Warped Tour 2014 on the Ernie Ball Stage....Hear their music & so much more @ www.facebook.com/ithebreather
Pilot For A Day - Pop/Rock band from Kansas now residing on the East Coast...New album "Better Air(Deluxe)" which features three new acoustic versions of "Take This Chance", "A Little More" & "From Somewhere To Here" is out now...See them live this Thursday in Jackson,NJ at a Free House Show..Check out their music & more @ www.facebook.com/pfad.co
Fourth & Coast - Pop/Rock duo from San Diego,CA...New single "Young Hearts ft The Ready Set" out now..See them on tour this summer in Cali & Arizona w/ Radio Drive By, This Is All Now & Stay Seventeen...Check out their music, dates & more @ www.facebook.com/FourthAndCoast
A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cory attended the Philadelphia High
School for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA) (1978-81), where he majored in Creative Writing and minored in Videodrama, and was a founder, writer, and cartoonist for CAPA’s newspaper THE PAINTED WORD, for which he eventually became editor-in-chief.
He then attended Stanford University (1981-86), where he majored in Drama and minored in Dance, and received a Bachelor of Arts degree. While there, he taught art to autistic, learning-disabled, and educable mentally challenged children at the Peninsula Children’s Center in Menlo Park, California, was active in the Stanford University Rape Awareness Program, occasionally wrote for The Stanford Daily, and toured for two years with the Ballet Folklorico de Stanford Mexican folkdance company.
As a performing artist, Cory has worked on numerous theatrical and dance productions, touring shows, film and television productions and voiceover projects.
Cory is also the author of four science fiction novels, TOTENTANZ, THE TAKING OF CYNDRIEL’S HOPE, HUNTER’S MOON and DARKSPEED ARYDANI, all of which are currently available through the online content marketplace http://www.lulu.com.
Cory Williams is currently living and working in Los Angeles, California.
(Compton, California) – 11/10/2014 – People's Lawyer Kwaku Duren currently fights for his 13 clients, at least five of them pro bono. Pro bono means that the client paid nothing for his legal representation. Simultaneously, The State Bar of California has not chosen to deal with Attorney B. Kwaku Duren in a fair and reasonable manner. While Duren fights for his thirteen clients he is also working to maintain employment in his profession of 23 plus years.This profession was not chosen for financial rewards but, for personal passion in serving the innocent, financially destitute and mankind in general. People's Attorney Kwaku Duren assists clients from all ethnic backgrounds for little or no payments, in an humble Compton, California office.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Kwaku Duren was a Coordinator of the re-organized Southern California Chapter of the Black Panthers (from 1976- 1982), became a registered member of the Peace and Freedom Party, was a founding member of the National Black Independent Political Party (NBIPP), organizer and Volunteer Executive Director of a non-profit corporation, Community Unlimited (CSU-1977 to present), and helped to organize a number of other social/advocacy organizations including the Coalition Against Police Abuse (CAPA), the California Community Economic Development Association(CCEDA), and as a licensed attorney has continued to assist, and provide legal assistance to numerous other neighborhood and community-based organizations.http://www.kwakuduren.blogspot.com
President Wilson went to the post-World War I peace conference committed to “self-determination” for other parts of eastern Europe, while keeping Ukraine tied to Moscow in the hope that a rebuilt Russian empire would reverse the Bolshevik takeover.
“Catherine the Great conquered the Crimea in the 18th century just to make Russia a great power,Putin is responding to the tumult in Ukraine in a similarly great power strategic fashion.” Carole Fink, emeritus professor at the Ohio State University an
CAPA has submitted a petition to the National Labor Relations Board to assert the labor rights of Northwestern University football players. If successful, athletes across the nation could eventually establish a national players association that will fight unjust NCAA rules.In its continued support for college athletes’ rights, the United Steelworkers (hyperlink to www.usw.org) has agreed to provide CAPA with resources necessary to pursue this course of action by paying the legal team that will be representing CAPA before the National Labor Relations Board to prove that the National Labor Relations Act covers college athletes.d author of “Cold War
fom the perspectives of people who survivors of electroshock.
Sue Clark-Wittenberg wrote me:
Electroshock also known as ECT, shock, and electroconvulsive therapy is still being given. Yearly 100,00 people in the USA get ECT. Most people are forced to have ECT. Worldwide, it is estimated that 1 to 2 to million ECTs are being given.
Sue Clark-Wittenberg is an electroshock survivor. At 17 years old shewas forced to have ECT in 1973. On her 5th ECT her heart stopped and she had to revived. In 1998 Sue became an anti-psychiatry activist.
Sue and her husband Steven founded in 2005 The International Campaign to Ban Electroshock (ICBE). The ICBE deems ECT to be torture, barbaric, inhumane, unethical and a crime against humanity. ECT must be banned universally. ECT always causes brain damage.
Don Weitz is a psychiatric survivor of insulin shock in the 1950s, an antipsychiatry and social justice activist. Since 1974, Don has been active in the Psychiatric Survivor Liberation Movement; in the 1980s has participated in many public protests including civil disobedience against electroshock and was arrested at least twice with several other survivor activists. Don is co-founder of Phoenix Rising (the first antipsychiatry magazine in Canada,1980-1990), co-editor of the antipsychiatry anthology Shrink Resistant: The Struggle Against Psychiatry in Canada (1988), author of the e-book Rise Up/Fight Back (2012), and co-founder (with Dr. Bonnie Burstow) of the Coalition Against Psychiatric Assault (CAPA). He continues to protest against the "mental health" system and psychiatry, he lives in Toronto.
A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Cory attended the Philadelphia HighSchool for the Creative and Performing Arts (CAPA), enrolling in the school’s first year hen it was a fledgling program, where he majored in Creative Writing and minored in Videodrama, becoming an award-winning director of video projects. In addition, he was a founder, writer, and cartoonist for CAPA’s newspaper THE PAINTED WORD, for which he eventually became editor-in-chief. Listed in WHO’S WHO AMONG AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS and commended by the National Honors Society, he graduated with CAPA’s second graduating class in 1981.
Attending STANFORD UNIVERSITY in Stanford, California, where he majored in Drama and minored in Dance, Cory performed in an average of five to six major productions per year. He taught art to autistic, learning-disabled, and educable mentally retarded children at the Peninsula Children’s Center in Menlo Park, California, was active in the Stanford University Rape Awareness Program, occasionally wrote for THE STANFORD DAILY, and toured for two years with the BALLET FOLKLORICO DE STANFORD MEXICAN FOLKDANCE COMPANY.
Cory has performed in dance productions, touring shows, and Off-Broadway productions of ANTIGONE, THE TRIAL OF SUSAN B. ANTHONY, WE HAVE STORIES TO TELL OF AFRICA, FRATERNITY, NOTES ON 6FINITY, THE AMEN CORNER, and A FEW HOURS IN HELL, making his West Coast theatrical debut as the Duke of Cornwall in KING LEAR with the Pasadena Shakespeare Company in Pasadena, California, following that up as a member of the ensemble cast of the Fountain Theatre/BAND critically-acclaimed production of Rita Dove’s THE DARKER FACE OF THE EARTH, then continuing on to the West Coast premiere of the VoxBox Arts Collective original production of JIGSAW.
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Tonight's special guest is Kristina Brown from Independence, Missouri, the Family Support Services Director at Child Abuse Prevention Association (CAPA), where the mission is to prevent and treat all forms of child abuse by creating changes in individuals, families and society that strengthen relationships and promote healing. Kristina has always been passionate about partnering with families in the effort to promote the healthy and holistic developmental growth of children. She truly believes that parents, as well as other family members, serve as a child's most important and influential teachers. As the Director of Family Support Services, Kristina supervises the implementation of the services offered through this department. She works directly with families and incorporates her past experience and knowledge to provide support and guidance to the programs of the Family Support Services Department. She enjoys seeing children and parents in their home environments, and believes that providing in-home support and education helps to strengthen the family unit. Kristina held the position of Family Support Case Manager here at CAPA before becoming the Director of Family Support Services. Prior to coming to CAPA in August of 2011, Kristina spent several years working as an instructor at the Berkley Child and Family Development Center, teaching within the field of Early Childhood Education.
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Last week the Chicago office of the National Labor Relations Board ruled that the Northwestern football players are employees of the Evanston, Ill. University and have the right to collectively bargain. The Northwestern University quarterback who is behind a push to unionize the school's football team said on Thursday he is "very confident" that his teammates will vote on April 25 to join the College Athletes Players Association (CAPA). Northwestern officials have said they will appeal, But if last week’s ruling is upheld — and many college sports lawyers, based on the strong language Chicago regional NLRB director Peter Sung Ohr used in his decision, predict it will survive the university’s challenge it will fundamentally transform college sports. “It ensures that players have a voice,”Cain Colter told The Associated Press last week. Kain Colter, a senior at Northwestern, appeared on a panel and took questions in Washington, D.C., along with CAPA co-founder Ramogi Huma, a former University of California-Los Angeles football player who now advocates for student athletes. Ed O'Bannon vs NCAA. Four-and-a-half years after the case was filed, a federal judge Thursday green-lighted former UCLA Bruin Basketball Player Ed O'Bannon's class-action antitrust lawsuit against the NCAA to proceed to trial beginning June 9. Barring a settlement before then, the plaintiffs will ask a jury to strike down the NCAA's age-old restrictions preventing athletes from cashing in on their name, likeness and image. "We're not asking for any money to be paid," Michael Hausfeld, attorney for the plaintiffs, said during Thursday's summary judgment hearing before U.S. District Judge Claudia Wilken. "We are asking for the restraint to be removed ... and then the market will determine how it plays out."
March 28, 2014 and Steve and Corey are back from a brief hiatus and are ready to talk about Sports, Life, and whatever comes our way. In this week's episode, Steve introduces his new son and talks about what life is like, this time around, living with a newborn. The guys will take you on a stroll through the recent news and headlines: adding their unique commentary and analysis while inviting our listeners to call-in and do the same.
Please join us live and call in to make your voice heard!