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Almost two years ago, Robbie Rogers came out openly as gay and thought his pro soccer career was over. So it was exciting and memorable and historic when he stood on the field in Los Angeles celebrating a championship in Major League Soccer. We look at Rogers' remarkable transformation.
Was Michael Sam kissing his boyfriend on national TV during the 2014 NFL Draft the sports image of the year? ESPN.com is asking the question and we're answering.
Finally, is how gay-friendly a university might be a good reason for root for their football team in the college bowl playoffs. We look at the LGBT rankings of Oregon, Ohio State, Alabama and Florida State.
A speical episode on Robbie Rogers and his new book, Coming Out to Play. Robbie now stands along as the only out professional male athlete, after Jason Collins retired and Michael Sams failed to gain a spot with an NFL team.
Join Fred, Dave and Dr. Ray on this special show about a universal story: surviving the stigma that persists for gay people in our culture.
Robbie Rogers now stands alone as the only out gay professional athlete, following the retirrement of Jason Collins from basketball and the failure of Michael Sams to secure a permanent spot with a football team.
Join Dr. Ray, Dave and Fred on this special episode.
Join Becca Salamone as she talks with Sally Rogers, Southeastern Regional Ride Manager for American Competitive Trail Horse Association (ACTHA). Sally shares her experience with ACTHA as well as her desire to expand ACTHA rides in the southeast region. She explains ACTHA's mission and goals as well as how the rides work, including the points system and prizes. She also talks about the First Annual Black Friday ride which is scheduled for November 28 at the Park family farm in Knoxville, Alabama. ACTHA rides raise funds for charity, and this particular ride benefits the National Federation of the Blind, Northwest Alabama chapter.
Diva of Days correspondents Carrie Garfield and Cheri Henry interview Days actors Suzanne Rogers and John Aniston.
BAM Boxing Promotions Brittany Rogers joins Team LeftJab Boxing Radio to discuss the upcoming card in Philly on December 13 at the 2300 Arena.Rogers breaks down the card which features Jesse Hart,Felix Verdejo,Thomas Lamanna,Fred Jenkins,Nathaniel Rivas and many more.We also discuss Ronald Cruz's future,Bernard Hopkins,Amir Mansour,Danny Garcia and the goals of BAM Boxing and Peltz Boxing in 2015.
Major League Baseball umpire Dale Scott did a "soft" coming out a couple months ago in Referee magazine, but it wasn't until we profiled him this week that most of the public realized what had happened. We'll talk about his story and the world of officiating.
Plus, Robbie Rogers is headed to the MLS Cup as his Los Angeles Galaxy take on the New England Revolution on Sunday. We'll talk with LAG Confidential editor Josie Becker as she prepares for the big match and a possible fifth MLS Cup for the Galaxy.
It's new fiction hot off the press! Listen to win these news releases, as well as to hear the stories behind them. And if you can't be there when we first air live, remember you can always listen to past shows in the Literary New England Radio Show archives. Our guests this week are:
Katy Simpson Smith on The Story of Land and Sea
J.P. Francis on The Major's Daughter
Darcie Chan on The Mill River Redemption
Carmela Cattuti on Between the Cracks
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes actor/director/producer J. j. Rogers to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his amazing journey in front of and behind the camera and what it's like to have a dream and see it come to life. The two will also discuss what projects are coming up next.
Ancient Cherokee Religion and Cherokee DNA Studies
Guest elders were Uku (Chief) Dr. Charles Jahtlohi Rogers of The Cherokee Nation of Mexico, who is Chief Priest of The Ancient Cherokee Church of The One God Yo He Waah. He was joined by Cherokee DNA experts Uku Joe Sitting Owl and Uku Pam Sexton of the 1803 Cherokee Reservation. They discussed The Ancient Cherokee religion. Grandfather Lee Standingbear of Manataka was scheduled to appear, but had a death in his family which precluded that.
I have a dream...Celebrating Our 50 Years of Jubilee!
Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Civil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality.
So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? What are we fostering in the minds of our Black children? How will we strengthen our famillies and our communities?
Fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Today, we Celebrate our Jubilee and join in that movement of teaching us all to evolve in our beliefs, values and purpose for elevation of our consciousness into the greatness that lies in the Human Spirit.
Our ancesters from Africa knew the power of connection to the Divine, while honoring the human-ness in each other. I invite you to remember the greatness of our people, and let's have conversations that inspires us all to take action to "Heal what's hurting our Black Community."
Join me today as we talk with our guest, Lynnette Rogers, who is an Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Coach who will share her testimony of taking her life to another level of inner peace and power to do work that she loves doing while serving others.
Today's show kicks off our Year-End Series:"Living a Life I Love", where you will hear testimonies from our guest who took time to reflect and awakened their Soul's Mission and now live a life beyond anything they imagined. And so can you!
We are powerful, and together we rise!