• 00:31

    Dinner Specials with May Pang and Cynthia Neilson...Live

    in Entertainment

    Winding down 2014...we are lucky to snag one more Great Broad before we close out a year full of wonderful guests and unexpected surprises.  Rose Gross-Marino is stitched into the fabric of music history.  Her years behind the scenes as well as her late husband, mastering engineer genius George Marino, have a legacy that is unrivaled.  Her book, Assorted Hits: Music, Murder, Mayhem and the Mob is part mystery, part romp, and all Rose.  Join May and Cynthia as they welcome this great dame to the show...

  • 00:30

    Dinner Specials with May Pang and Cynthia Neilson...Live

    in Entertainment

    Heading their cyber time machine to some calm water...May and Cynthia will play catch-up on Monday before they head into their end of the year guests...join them live...no filter, no net.

  • 00:31

    Dinner Specials with May Pang and Cynthia Neilson...Live

    in Entertainment

    She helped to start the fire that launched the instant access to music that exists today, and she still keeps it burning on Sirius Radio.  May and Cynthia are ending 2014 with one of the best of the Great Broads.  Join them LIVE Monday noon eastern as they grill one of the five original MTV VJs...Nina Blackwood.  Disc jockey, musician, journalist, actress, activist...and proud to claim of her MTV days:  "We're the reason you have no attention span.", Nina and Mark Goodman have a book out about their adventures, VJ: The Unplugged Adventures of MTV's First Wave.  She's here to share some of those adventures...and then some.  Hop on our cyber machine...no net...no filter.

  • 01:19

    Chief Langley Returns with Part II- Indian Slavery & Racial Reclassification

    in Education

    Chief Langley Continues with Part II of Indian slavery and Colonial Racial Reclassification of Indian People.  Writing Indian Tribes out of history. Indian slave raids and slaving wars. Follow the slave trades and Chief Langley takes you on the Trans Atlantic, South Pacific and the Middle Passage Slave Routes. Learn the Rice, Sugar, Cotton, Indigo and Tobacco corps trade.   Slaves the occuplied plantations,  Who, What, Where and When, Chief Langley discuss the genealogy of three indian sisters that married three of three races.  Chief talks the importance of knowning ones own history. Learning to research beyond the walls of time. crossing the rivers of understanding.  Living beyond hope.  Remembering your oral stories and using them as road maps to navigate through time.  Breaking the silents of ancestor secrets.  Whose who in your family tree.  Gettaway from the nonsense. Bringing life to hope.  who was speaking in tongue and what were they saying. Indian culture and spiritual practices inside the Colored Methodish and A.M.E. Church. Studying and understanding burial practices.   Communicating with your ancestors beyond the walls of death. 

  • 00:37

    Hold On!

    in Culture

    Hosted by Amen Re Menethoupe. Meritan Proverb: Time never gets tired of running. The Neter Sesen Book 6 Verse 4: One thing is the beginning of all things, for it gives all things; and when I name the Good, I mean that which is altogether and always Good.

  • Chief Langley Gives tribute to his grandmother - Remembering Moma

    in Education

    Chief Langley paids tribute to his grandmother that raise. Dedicates the Lecture not only this Grandmother but to all Mothers. Reflecting on the ones we love and while they are hear and the rememberance of them when they are gone. Life precious mother moments a mothers kiss, the touch of her hand, To hear your mother voice again. There no gather give in life then to have a love of mother. So tonite i give praise to the life of moma. 

  • 02:02

    What does our future hold

    in Current Events

    We break down our current affairs, and things to come. This is a roundtable discussion. All are welcomed to call in. 9294773565

  • 01:08

    "Cluster Research May Hold the Clue" - Deborah Abbott, Ph.D.

    in History

     
    "Do Your Roots Need Untangling?  If So, Try Stepping Out on a Limb!  Cluster Genealogy May Hold the Clue"   "Our ancestors lived among many, therefore we can not research them as if they lived in isolation.  Researching our family history through extended family members, neighbors and the community may answer questions and provide information about our own ancestors not found elsewhere".    Deborah A. Abbott, Ph.D., is an adjunct faculty member at the Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research (IGHR) at Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama and currently serves as the Cleveland District Trustee on the Ohio Genealogical Society (OGS) Board.  She is past-president of the African-American Genealogical Society, Cleveland, Ohio (AAGS) and a retired professor of Counseling from Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland.  She holds both the Bachelor of Science and Masters of Education degrees from Tuskegee University (Alabama) and the Ph.D. degree from Kent State University (Ohio).
    In 2010 the City Council of Detroit, Michigan presented Dr. Abbott with a “Testimonial Resolution” honoring her outstanding commitment to African American genealogical research.  Dr. Abbott's five-year genealogical research project about an African American family’s migration from Kentucky to Ohio entitled "From Slavery to Freedom to Antioch" was highlighted in the Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio) Newspaper under the title "Six-Volumes to Amplify a Family History" in 2008.
     
     
     

  • 01:57

    The Myths and Facts Regarding UN Declaration on Rights of Indigenous People

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    The frame work and fundamental laws that govern the indigenous peoples of the planet will be explored along with principles established by the United Nations such as Conventions, Rights and Responsibilities of the Indigenous peoples concerned.

  • 00:33

    Dinner Specials with May Pang and Cynthia Neilson...Live

    in Entertainment

    Rock and roll journalist and author Sylvie Simmons is back to announce the release of her CD on Light in the Attic Records...haunting, whimsical, memorable...on a ukelele.  For years she's written about other musicians...now she's making music of her own...and other people are writing about her.  Join May and Cynthia as they welcome back one of their "Great Broads" Sylvie Simmons...live...Monday noon eastern.

  • May you live in interesting times

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