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A weekly forum to discuss the vision and goals of the BAIO, create a consensus among Afrikan Centered Progressives (ACPs), and to raise the bar and elevate the level of discussion to: LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE, NATIONHOOD, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS.
Join the Fever Keeps It Real crew as we broadcast LIVE from the official Meet & Greet for Coastal Mania 6! We'll be chatting with both wrestlers and wrestling fans about this event and we will be previewing the card for Coastal Mania 6, which starts at 6 PM CST. Call in and join the Coastal Mania 6 broadcast party! We will also be chatting with members of the VEnation about the return of the Von Erich's to Texas for Coastal Mania 6!
Join the Fever Keeps It Real crew as we recap Coastal Mania 6. Find out all the details you missed if you weren't there and look for Fever Keeps It Real At Coastal Mania 6 coming soon. We will also be welcoming some surprise guests and discussing all the latest news in the world of professional wrestling.
Mr. Holipsism discusses the BAIO's definition of a Diasporan Afrikan and how it differs from the traditional Pan Afrikan definition.
The BAIO Blogtalkradio broadcast is a weekly forum to discuss the vision and goals of the BAIO, create a consensus among Afrikan Centered Progressives (ACPs), and to raise the bar and elevate the level of discussion to: LAND, INFRASTRUCTURE, NATIONHOOD, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS.
It has already started to happen. Coastal areas of the United States are experiencing the symptoms of rising seas. In fact, sea level rise is affecting you and your community now.
This program is focused on the practical effects of rising seas, and what encroaching oceans means for businesess and your family.
Your host is Mitch Chester, a Southeast Florida resident and attorney. Join us as we explore the many complex dimensions of sea level rise.
For more information, visit www.SLRAmerica.org and www.SLRSouthFlorida.com.
According to boxing legend George Forman, “I get up in the morning looking for an adventure.” The same can be said about Calvin Schwartz. These days Cal divides his time between more activities than most of us -- Senior Writer NJ -The Shore Thing, novelist (Vichy Water), blogger, music journalist, biographer, and explorer of all things New Jersey. This Rutgers grad and former pharmacist has finally found his niche in journalism, and he’s using his writing skills and quest for knowledge to embark on a series of grand adventures. Just check out Cal on Facebook, and you’ll be apprised of his daily adventures. One day he’s at Grounds for Sculpture admiring Marilyn Monroe’s long legs, another day he’s hanging out with Comedian Mike Marino and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Vini Lopez at Warlock Drums. He recently had the honor of interviewing Princess Elettra Marconi Giovannelli, daughter the inventor of radio. To say Cal’s interests and pursuits are varied, is an understatement. This adventurer has auditioned for The Apprentice at age 60, examined paranormal activities, met more NJ musicians than most, advocated for the homeless, and has cultivated a strong spiritual side. But there is one Asbury Park experience Cal hasn’t had, and he’s going to share that with me this weekend. Curious? Thought so! Somehow with all this, Cal is developing a new web site which will be “the embodiment of what he’s done for the past 30 years.” After the interview, check out After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
Join Host Donna Wright on the couch as she talks Coastal Romances with Susanne Bellamy, Elizabeth Carter, Demelza Carlton and Kim Law. All of this and more this week on Hummingbird Place -- Your Home for Romance coming to you live from the Secret Cravings Publishing Studio.
City folks need to be reminded that fruits and vegetables don’t come from Shop Rite, they come from gardens! Community gardens provide people who don’t have their own space, especially in urban areas, the opportunity to grow their own fruits and vegetables instead of buying produce that often travels long distances before reaching the grocery store. An increased interest in organic gardening has also added to the popularity of these local garden spots. People grow fruits and vegetables in community gardens for different reasons. Some plant for themselves; others grow produce and give to those who can’t afford to buy fresh vegetables. Not only does the community garden provide a place to grow nutritious, hand-pick veggies, the gardens also create and supplement the local food infrastructure and foster a sense of community. The Long Branch Community Gardens are supported by grants from the Office of Economic and Community Development and managed and maintained by Lisa Bagwell of Ocean Grove. Of course Lisa has many helpers including the neighboring families that have personal garden plots on the property. Actually Long Branch has several community gardens and the largest one is located in an old railroad right of way which has been transformed into a beautiful urban oasis of flowers and vegetables. All produce, which is organic, is donated to neighbors, local food banks, and the Long Branch Senior Center. Lisa is a long time gardener and vegan chef, and in addition to tending Long Branch’s urban gardens, Lisa works on a family farm in Cream Ridge. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
We open with an excerpt of a conversation with Professor KC Williams about a Hate Crime she experienced at Coastal Carolina Community College in Jacksonville, North Carolina. To support: www.gofundme.com/Fight-the-Hate-in-NC
Gerald Lenoir is the founding Executive Director and currently the Co-director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration founded in Oakland in 2006 to support fair and just immigration reform and to bring African Americans together with immigrant communities to fight for social and economic justice. He is a founding steering committee member of the national Black Immigration Network, a co-founder of the Priority Africa Network in Oakland and a board member of the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. www.blackalliance.org
Martha R. Bireda, Ph.D., is the Founder and Executive Director of the Blanchard House Museum of African American History and Culture of Charlotte County (FL). She is Director of the Museum’s Maroon Study Center, and the New Image Project, a project dedicated to positive identity development of youth of color. She is the author of six books including the recent: Obi: Seminole Maroon Freedom Fighter. Dr. Bireda is also an Alternate Commissioner for the Gullah-Geechee Historical Corridor. Visit http://www.maroonconsciousness.com/
Tune in and join me as I welcome this week's guest.
We are back LIVE with a new Indie Books Show this week. Won't you join me in welcoming my guest, Rebekah Lyn, author of The Seasons of Faith series & The Coastal Chronicles. We'll talk about her latest release: Jessie, Book #2 of The Coastal Chronicles. Tide pools and technology merge in the heart of Jessie Cole.
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Did you know over a million US Veterans suffer from homelessness due to PTSD, financial difficulties, and lack of a support system? Post Traumatic Stress Disorder affects more than 5 million people, so chances are you know someone who suffers from this anxiety disorder. It can occur after an extreme emotional trauma that involved the threat of injury or death – from combat to a car accident. I was married to a Viet Nam vet who suffered from PTSD, so I experienced first-hand the crippling power of the anxiety and how it impacts a family. Back then, help wasn’t widely available. Alexis Werner of Pittsburgh, PA is dedicated to making change in the lives of others. After her step-father came home from Afghanistan with PTDS, she realized she could either be upset at her situation or do something to change it. She decided to create Seeds of Hope. Alexis was 15 years old and a high school freshman at the time. Seeds of Hope has 3 main projects: planting victory gardens to provide relaxation and tangible items for Veterans and their families; Our Way Home, a student-made documentary that follows the stories of 9 veterans from WW2-present day focusing on PTSD; and Seeds of Hope: The Beginning, a children's book focusing on the importance of community service, healthy eating, and veteran appreciation. Alexis graduated high school in June and received the Jefferson Award for Public Service and a $10K scholarship from the Anne Frank Foundation to be used for Temple Univ this fall. Clearly Alexis has some big plans for making the world a better place. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
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