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This week on "TheMusicBox," w/ Nat'l Recording Artist, Tanya Dallas-Lewis! Meet gospel artists Ronnette Harrison and Darnell Moore!
Ronnette Harrison is a gospel artist, musician, composer and vocal instructor, and STILL, she finds time to do what makes her heart soar...! Plus,
'Few gospel artists can say that they received their gift to play piano by having oil poured over their hands,' says Examiner.com writer Sarah Hearn, 'but Darnell Moore has that testimony...!'
This Thursday, meet two amazing gospel artists, whose music is sure to have you tripping over your own fingers to download their music from iTunes!! Thier gift makes room for them....!
-Tanya, Stellar/Dove nominated recording artist
PHILADELPHIA OWN REVOLITONARY BROTHER PTAH 2013 AND BROTHER JELAIN NBPP 2013 WILL TOUCH ON DARNELL PREMEDITATED TORTURE MUTILATION ARSON AND GRILL 2013
Jenny and Jerry Boone are well know advocates for the missing and murdered. This became Jenny's passion after her sister,brother in law and unborn neice or nephew were murdered 23 years ago. Tonight Jenny will talk about Gabriel Johnson a missing baby who may have been given away by his mother.
http://www.facebook.com/groups/jenejp/ MNM MISSING AND MURDERED Jenny and Jerry's Facebook group.
'Fro Fashion Week is one of the natural hair industry's hottest events! Nappturalites from all over attend in droves, and we want to you to get the scoop for yourself from the event host, Tarin Boone!
Tarin is also a Syndication Partner of Nappturalite Radio and founder of Naturally Me! Media. She's got some transitioning hairstyles tips for you and she'll tell you if you're transitioning, why this event can be so important to your natural hair journey!
A weekly look at father involvement in education through the Watch D.O.G.S. program of the National Center for Fathering.
LaMarr Darnell Shields is a powerhouse whose advocacy for youth, and those who work with them, is known nationwide. His passion and message of successful living stimulate the minds, hearts and actions of men, women and youth to help them cope with adversity and create success in their personal, professional and spiritual lives.
Dads of Great Students is a national program currently operating in 47 states, D.C., Puerto Rico, Mexico and even China. Over 3000 schools utilize the fathers and father figures within their own community to enhance the environment and safety of their schools.
Watch D.O.G.S. National Coordinator Keith Schumacher is the host of the show. Senior National Program Developer Chris Danenhauer co-hosts and they are regularly joined by Watch D.O.G.S. Executive Director Eric Snow.
This Sunday night we will be interviewing John Darnell, a pastor and researcher from Canberra, Australia. John is the author of two books; "Satanic Strategies in the 21st Century," and "The Gospel to Every Creature."
John has some interesting thoughts about ministering to Nephilim, transhumans and other DNA altered individuals. Can Nephilim be saved? Are Transhumans still able to attain salvation? These answers to these questions have a profound impact on those who have such questions.
Please join us this Sunday as we explore the possiblities with our brother Down-Under. The show starts at 7PM Pacific.
Stacy Barlow - A beautiful decrative cover with poems revealing different forms of love.
Derrick Boone - We will discuss Derrick’s Inner Thoughts about the insight of on his personal experiences with love, social issues, hurt, pain,desire and hope.
Ten - A 15 year old boy with a NY City native's knowledge of transportation systems shun both public & private transport & opt to spend the 35 years hitching throughout North America.
This is the place where Everybody is Somebody.
Welcome to Summer Session with your host Charles Thomas. Summer Session is sponsored by Forest Of The Rain Productions and is a part of its Living Education eNetwork. Forest Of The Rain Productions’ mission is to expand the voices of educational stakeholders. The voices they spotlight help create a richer dialogue which leads to a diverse exchange of knowledge and ideas within the educational landscape.
Joining Charles on today’s Summer Session is Mr. Darnell Jackson. Charles and Darnell will discuss "Leadership and how the 48 Laws of Power relate to Black Men" Mr. Jackson is born and raised in Dowagiac, MI, has excelled academically, athletically, and socially. His analytical, curious, inventive, altruistic and compassionate traits guide him.
Darnell graduated from Dowagiac Sr. High (2000) and went on to pursue a degree in Business Management & Information System (2004) from The University of Notre Dame.
While at the university of Notre Dame, Darnell held various leadership positions (NSBE President, Wabruda Chair, OIT Manager, Freshman Retreat organizer, etc.) but none more important than his unofficial/informal position of Big Brother to many underclassmen that touched him during his time there. “The greatest satisfaction is not only knowing that you’ve guided someone down the right path, but knowing that you’ve also shown them how traveling the ‘right path’ is possible, every day.” – A perspective that continues to drive Darnell.
My name is Diana Boone, and what follows is my life story. it's been said that every life is a journey, an exploration, and a sense of discovery.Things are shaped by the paths we choose, but also by those paths that are chosen for us. Sometimes these paths are clear, and somstimes they are shrouded with foggy mists.These mists are the things that keep us from seeing the truth_ These are life's secrets. Sometimes we walk with our heads held high, and sometimes we stumble through the darkness. As we go on this journey, we meet other people, and their actions affect us in many ways.But some of that journey is inward, and much of this is controlled by the outward paths we choose. Sometimes these paths are smooth, like a newborn baby's skin. Sometimes they are rough' like a craggy road. Sometimes we come to a dead end and have to start over. And sometimes roadblocks are deliberately set in our way. That's what happened in my life. I grew up in a time of roadblocks and obstacles that society set in my way. This was not unique to just me. Growing up black in the Jim Crow South made it like this. But other things, secret things from unexpected sources, were also placed before me. These things were family secrets, and it has take me most of my life to fine out the truth about them.
I shall not be moved, i will stand just like a tree that's standing by the water. i will fight for our freedom and will not be move, because i do not have a apps where i can download freedom for me, for you or out children's. i will fight for our children, grandchildren, and justice for all god will make that wrong right and that crooked straight.
i have the right to freedom, civil liberties is for me and no one will take that from me, i have the right to vote, i have the right to advocate for others to have the right to vote. black people are the only people have to fight for vote right. everytime votes come around we have to stand just like a tree by the water and shall not be move. you can't have votes without racism, and racism hurts everyone.