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It's summer time. The month of August is upon us. Time to enjoy the sunshine, air and all the good things in life. Join us as we talk to our favorite numerologist and bestselling author of Numbers and You, Lloyd Strayhorn. He's here to help us figure out what's ahead for according to his proven method of numerology and astrology to help clear a path to your best life. Will your ife heat up in a good way? Tune in.
TONIGHT: Listen to “The Michael Imhotep Show” June, 9th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Maria Lloyd of Your Black World. We’ll talk about some of today’s hot topic. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 914-338-1375. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/06/10/maria-lloyd-of-your-black-world-interview or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.
1) Maria Lloyd we’ll join us to talk about #McKinney, Texas Pool party and the fall out. 10 Reasons Why Black People Should Turn Off the TV. Kalief Browder committed suicide after spending 3 years in Rikers Island for a Crime he didn’t commit. A new lists gives 11 Reasons Why Black Women Are Single. Also a recent article asks women the question which one of 10 Different Penis Shapes Are Most Pleasurable to You? 2) Update on the Tamir Rice Case in Cleveland, OH. 3) This date in African American History.
Lloyd and Cheri own a business called MoreCommunications and function as educational consultants. After 35 years of experience in the classroom (mostly Advanced Placement American History) and as a department chair for the majority of that time, Lloyd knows how to establish great relationships with students, their parents, and with colleagues. He was chosen in 2005 as his district’s high school teacher of the year. He was chosen Tarrant County history teacher of the year by two different historical organizations. He has written a book titled, Crossing the Bridge: Strategies for Building Positive Teacher-Student-Parent Relationships.
On this episode Evangelist Lloyd Yearwood and his wife Betty is joined by Evangelist Eddie Bolton in Jacksboro, Tennessee, USA / Billy Keeler in Rocky Face, Georgia, USA / Evangelist Clinton Green & Evangelist Joanna Green in Middletown, Ohio, USA / Sister Freida Litchfield in Thomaston, Georgia, USA / Music by Timothy Dockery in Madisonville, Tennessee, USA
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Bernard Fullen, Jr. resides in Providence Rhode Island. He has served as Former Lead vocalist with Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (with sole surviving member Lloyd Parks) · August 2010 to present. His music started out in Gospel and Bernard accredits the gospel music for his success. He is a God fearing man who actually does Teddy Pendergrass Tribute Shows. He believes that the old school R & B artists were gifted in telling a story that could be told in their songs in the church.
He is an ordained minister Pentecostal and evangelize the USA and abroad with Demond Wilson from Sanford and Son for 10yrs. They preached the gospel and have been in thousands of churches and led many to the lord.
Tha SPORTSKRIB presents The NFL Draftastic Four
Mister Draftastic (James Cobern of All Pro Football Source), The Invisible Draftnik (Jeff Lloyd from RSEN), The Silver Tongue (Bill Carroll from Consensus Draft Services) and Good Ol' Thing (Steve Morton from Fanspeak) scout and discuss the college football and NFL draft universe. Each week they partake in numerous battles for truth, justice and the Draftnikan way.
In addition to nguest appearances from around the known Draftnik universe such as Montel Hardy, Donovan James, Paulo Figari, Curt Popejoy, Jeff Risdon and many more. Get all your college football, NFL and NFL draft news right here on the NFL Draftastic Four podcast.
Let's face it - we've all been gaga over Pieces of a Dream for DECADES! So many of us bless the day that drummer Curtis Harmon and bassist Cedric Napoleon got together with our gifted guest: the amazing keyboardist, James Lloyd. If you can believe it, that was circa 1976! Teenagers in Philadelphia, this trio rocked the tri-state area. The name originated from a cover tune by Stanley Turrentine. The guys thought "Pieces of a Dream" would also fit the image that they were creating in the City of Brotherly Love.
WRTI, Temple University's radio station, supported the group's efforts. So did a local saxophonist who had cultivated a HUGE name of his own. Grover Washington, Jr., was taken with Pieces when he saw them on a local TV show called "City Lights." Pretty groovy when you're THAT young and in the House Band for artists passing through town :) When this buzzworthy musical unit made their way to the respected Bijou in Philly, Grover made it a point to sit in with them. AND he formed a production company, announcing that POAD would be his first act. Whew!
James has been associated with his group for so long that we might forget that he has his own identity. He has written, co-written and/or produced for a LONG time. Ask Hiroshima or Najee what they think of James Lloyd! He has strong memories of being involved in superlative projects, too - including albums by Phyllis Hyman and Ornette Coleman.
Piano lessons at six, classically trained and loving Jazz at age 12. There's a whole lot more wrapped up in that man's soul - after all, he IS from Philly! Listen to the beautiful colors on "Here We Go", released recently on Shanachie. We'll talk about his work AND his appearance - with Pieces - at the DuPont Clifford Brown Jazz Festival! Join us on 6/16!
Francis Jackson attorney who specializes in disability law for those seeking veterans disability benefits and social security disability benefits. A founding partner of Jackson & MacNichol. He most recently appeared as a guest of Ben Glass on the “Consumer Advocate” show discussing benefits for veterans and social security disability benefits and how his practice allows him to make a difference in the lives of people facing disabilities. He has also been quoted in USA Today and is listed in Cambridge Who’s Who. He was honored by the National Academy of Best Selling Authors with a "Quilly" award , for his contribution as a joint author to the Amazon best selling book, "Protect and Defend"
Robert Spector Seattle-based author, international speaker, and consultant who works with companies on creating their own customized superior customer experience. He is the author of the The Nordstrom Way to Customer Service Excellence: The Handbook for Becoming the Nordstrom of Your Industry
Matt Lloyd CEO and founder of MOBE. He sits at the helm of the most premier home business company in the online marketing space. He created MOBE as the solution to the biggest problems the industry was facing. The company and community have continued to grow ever since. Now an 8-figure per year business with global staff numbering over 150; as well as over 10,000 active affiliate partners, the company puts on live mastermind events all around the world for serious entrepreneurs. Over 700,000 entrepreneurs subscribe to the MOBE list and have benefited from MOBE’s training and systems
It's Not About Right and Left. It's About Right and Wrong!
What more can happen in the news to bear out the truth of the above statement? So much this week. Anchor baby debates. The Missouri Supreme Court decides voters don't count. The newest and most shocking Planned Parenthood video released. And Trump continues to rise. Dave and Lloyd will cover it all and invite you to chime in. Call the studiio line at 347-677-1835 to be heard. It all happens at 7PM Missouri Time, Friday night 8/21. It's time!
Are we as black men powerless in America? Some may think that it is a ridiculous question, but is it?
The media will lead you to believe that black men are only good as athletes, entertainers and criminals. Our laws tell us that the killing of a black man has less value than anyone else in America unless we are the perpetrators of the crime.
The image of black men as misogynist has caused us to have a tenious relationship with many black women, while our absence from our children has caused our mothers to be fiercely protective of us. Mass Incarceration, poor education and police brutality have damaged a generation!
Even with these challenges, we have the leader of the free world in our midst in President Barack Obama, Neurosurgeons, CEOs, and Billionaires among us. How have people like Kenneth Chenault, done so well, yet our children are still dying in the streets at the hands of our system just for being black.
We'll dig into this conversation with The Founder of The Jordan Davis Foundation, Ron Davis.
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Todays Artist Lineup:
-8pm est: Katey Laurel
-8:20pm est: Sarantos Melogia
-8:40 pm est: Lloyd Rhoden
-9pm est: Johnny Darlin
-9:20pm est: redLYON
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