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Of course we LOVE to see women chase their dreams. Of COURSE we LOVE to see talent become an inspiration to those who aspire to be.......
We have the honor to have celebrity dancer/actress Ashley Everett on EmbraceLifeMedia!!! Ashley has been dancing all of her life and she's danced her way to her dreams. Some of you may have seen her alongside of Beyonce' in just about every performance in the past few years; Single Ladies, Dance for You, Good Morning America performance, Beyonce's tours and documentaries....guest appearances on VH1's Single Ladies. Still doesn't ring a bell? How about videos with Nicki Minaj, Neyo or JLo?
She's been on stage at the Grammy's with Tina Turner and so much more. We're EXCITED to have her on our show!! Let a few people know
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An interview with MR. JEFFREY L PAGE
NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and ask questions, about governance, educational policy, finances, resources, and the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores, therefore public schools are incapable of providing quality education.
"We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices. These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities were poverty and race are the dominant elements. This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."
Diana Daniels, Executive Director, National Council on Educating Black Children
Tune in and get the HOTTEST gossip, tunes, interviews and much more!!! It's Feb, better known as Black History month. Ny, Gram-ami, and Marissa will be showcasing some inspirational individuals this month, as well as some "knowledge bombs"!
Racqueab Overton is a dancer/choreographer in Rochester, NY. He is currently 20 years old. Racqueab has been dancing since he was 8 years of age. He has graduated from All City High school and will be attending MCC. He has also won 1st place in dance competitions such as the Roc Stars talent show and the Omega Cappa Phi talent hunt. Racqueab is now an assistant dance instructor for TruArt Dance Co. and hopes to fulfill his passion of dance.
Damion Murrill & Siloam released their debut, Take A Stand, to great reviews. Bob Marovich of The Journal of Gospel Musicsaid, “On his debut solo CD, Take a Stand, Damion Murrill demonstrates effective tutelage as a protégé of Donald Lawrence as he leads his own gospel group, Siloam (pron. Sill-OAM) on a baker’s dozen of thoughtful and rousing selections.”
On February 19th, Murrill is dropping his third single, “He Rose”, just in time for Easter.
Here is more info about Damion Murrill:
He’s a former member of the renowned, award-winning Tri-City Singers.
He’s a singer, songwriter, producer, choreographer and owner of the Wilmington, NC-based Divinity Music Studios.
His CD, Take A Stand, is distributed by New Day Christian Distributors and debuted in the Top 20 on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart.
Damion Murrill & Siloam won three 2015 SFGMA Awards for Best Gospel Contemporary Group, Best Gospel Choir, and Best Gospel Song for “Take A Stand”.
The ensemble has been nominated for four 2016 Rhythm of Gospel Awards: Urban Contemporary/R&P CD Of The Year, Contemporary Group/Ensemble Of The Year, Contemporary Artist Of The Year and Product Packaging Of The Year.
He’s been featured on TBN (in a number of markets), NBC (in Montgomery, AL), FOX (in Baltimore, MD), FOX (in Columbia, SC), Cornerstone TV, The Christian Television Network, TCT, The Dorinda Show and The Word Network.
Matthew Schaffer, dancer, choreographer shares life lessons.
This show is sponsored by Life Lesson from Family Vacations, debuting June 15th from Rowman & Littlefield. To pre book your order, go to www.amazon.com.
Sean Chessman is internationally renowned and has worked with some of the world's top entertainers, including Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Vanessa Williams, Carmen Electra, Tina Turner, Queen Latifah, and Britney Spears.
Most recently Sean was one of the producers, creative directors and choreographers for Andrew Lloyd Webber's search for a Dorothy on the TV show Over The Rainbow (airing in Canada). Choreographer and Head Judge on the reality show/dance competition Dirty Dancing: Time of Your Life. One of the only choreographers to have judged and choreographed for #SYTYCD in the USA, Canada and UK. Choreographer and Mentor for the T4 show Musicool.
Sean studied at the Alvin Ailey Dance Center in New York. He toured with Janet Jackson as a choreographer and dancer. He subsequently choreographed the Diamonds and Pearls tour for Prince, as well as tours for Faith Hill, No Angels, and is currently working on ad campaigns for Nike and Bacardi.
Sean appeared in and choreographed for the movie The Bodyguard. Television works include Guys Next Door, Soul Train Awards and Janet Jackson's Saturday Night Live performance.
My name is Laurie Johnson. I love talking to people. Can you tell?
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Welcome our radio family. I am fortunate to have expert Goddesses in other fields to join me in the F.L.Y. & Fit mission of empowering, encouraging and equipping women globally to F.L.Y. ~ First Love Yourself. Thursday January 21,2016 at 6:00pm(EST) I have the privilege of interviewing Johari Mayfield. Show title: "Color Me Whole: Healing Arts". Johari will share how her journey as a dancer, choreographer, teaching artist and personal trainer has helped her to use dance exercise and visual art as a tool to heal and empower women and children in different communities. Johari Mayfield is an accomplished dancer, choreographer, movement specialist, and ACE certified personal trainer living in New York City. Chat line will open at 6:30pm(EST) 646-716-7541, Jahari & Johari look forward to speaking to you!
Welcome to Cafecito Break's Virtual Livingroom space with your hosts Rosangel Perez & Ruthie Guten. Our topic today: "Life Gems" with Jacquie Bird from Silk Wire Jewelry
About: Jacquie Bird "I LOVE shapes. As a choreographer, as a dancer, as a singer, as a writer, it's all about the shape of something. As a singer, how does the sound shape from me to the audience? As a dancer, it's all about shapes & creating pictures. As a writer, I shape the story from my inner eye to my reader. I feel the same way as a Jewelry Artist--it's about how I choose & create the shapes to contour to one's body, to accent one's essence. I use Gem Stones in my everyday life & enjoy the benefits along with the Beauty.? Copper is also a Natural Resource that I utilize because of its many potential health benefits and it enhances the energy of the stones. But the main reason I wrap with Copper wire is that intrinsically, INTUITIVELY this is the metal my gut whispered to use.
I write A Bird Blogs About Gems where I riff about the Gems that are crystal as well as Life.
That's what it's all about for me. Shapes and Energy. I create & shape SilkWire Jewelry: Adorn YourSelf With Art & The Power Of GemStones which manifests as JewelryArt 4 Your WellBeing. They're bendable, adjustable, washable. One-Size-Fits-Many Conversation Pieces." - Jacquie Bird
Learn more | http://www.silkwirejewelry.com/
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Our first guest today is Ms. Rebecca Jackson of HigherLoveToday.com. Rebecca is an international transformational change agent, coach, and spiritual guide. Her success lies within her ability to connect with people in multiple dimensions and identify the sources of their emotional, physical or spiritual challenges. Her compassion, humor, and profound ability to communicate place her clients immediately at ease and ensure that they understand how to move forward with greater success. Rebecca also has a wonderful offer specifically for listeners that you do not want to miss!!!
Our second guest is choreographer, dancer par excellance, fitness guru and author, "Dr. Dancer," otherwise known as the inimitable Joey L. Dowdy. Nothing in the least dowdy about "Dr. Dancer," he will share with us wisdom from his first book, STEP INTO GREATNESS! PERFORM!, and shine a discerning and wisdom-enhanced light on the vagaries, plusses and minuses of a life at the center of the entertainment industry.
His “Groove is Gonna Get Cha!” how-to dance fitness program has been featured on the ABC-7, K-TLA, FOX, NBC and QTN. Joey’s claim to fame is his history as the original choreographer for boy bands such as the Backstreet Boys (one of the top-selling pop groups of all time), Take-Five, The California Boys and The United Nations all-male Dancer Crew. He has also trained extensively with the Joffrey 2 Ballet and the Tennessee Ballet, is a graduate of the world-renowned Point Park University, and is an alumnus of Disney's Epcot Center World Dancers.
We are sure that your light cannot avoid shining brighter as you listen to these two guests, so join us at 11 a.m. Pacific Time for "Journeying with Dr. Ni"; we will be on higher ground throughout our two-hour time span today!!!
This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Charles Curtis Blackwell & Arthur Norcome re: Invisible Men: Black Male Artists in Art @ Warehouse 416 in Oakland, Jan. 9-Feb. 28.
2. Artists from Dance in Dangerous Times (DIRT) at Dance Mission Rainy Demerson, choreographer, Program A; Latanya Tigner, choreographer, Program A; Kristy Keefer, choreographer, Program C. dancemission.com
3. Glen Pearson (scholar, professor, composer, musician) speaks about In The Name of Love, the 14th Annual Musical Tribute Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Sunday, Jan. 17, Oakland Scottish Rite Center, 1547 Lakeside Dr., Oakland. mlktribute.com (cancelled)
4. From the Archives: Ben Vereen (2012)
in Self Help
The Monday before Christmas I had an "inciting incident," meaning I had a big fat "NO" happen in my life that resulted in a canceled plane ticket, a crumpled friendship and one hell of an emotional backhand to manage.
In years past, something like that would have broken my heart and my spirit.
I would've thought the actions of another were my fault and beat myself up about it as if they were.
But that didn't happen (and hasn't in a long time)...
Join me and Lindsay B. Davis to find out how to master your emotional life, be a sexy badass, and unleash your inner rockstar!
Jazz Biancci CAPP Lindsay B. Davis
Lifestyle Consigliera / Author Writer / Actress / Producer / Director / Choreographer
Founder of Soulesque, www.Soulesque.com www.lindsaybdavis.com, www.lindsaybdavis.blogspot.com
@LifestyleConsigliera, @JazzVBIancci @LBDinNYC
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