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Brown Girl Collective celebrates BOLD, Brilliant and Beautiful women and girls of African descent by paying homage to our past and sharing our present, while preparing for our future.
Hosted by BGC founder Marcie L. Thomas, this show will address many of the issues facing young women as they grow into young women and how mothers can assist their growing girls more effectively.
Gina McCauley, founder of What About Our Daughters (http://www.whataboutourdaughters.com/) and co-founder of the Blogging While Brown Conference.
Carolyn Strong, educator, founder of Bullies Stink! (http://www.bulliesstink.com/) and author of Black Girl Blues: Strategies to Combat Intra-Racial Bullying
Dr. Tyffani Monford Dent of Monford-Dent Consulting & Psychological Services, LLC? (http://www.monforddentconsulting.com/), licensed psychologist and author of Girls Got Issues: A Woman’s Guide to Self-discovery and Healing.
Join Dr. Lila Robinson in the study of Hebrews What is Your Condition. The Word is Powerful in your Life if you allow God to guide you along. Dr. Robinson discusses how our condition in Christ is determined by our attitude spiritually, emotionally and physically. Do you engage your Salvation? How well do you participate in your walk with the Holy Spirit.
Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas and Rodney Smith with special contributor, Roger Harris
Our Topic(s) today: “Open forum plus The Gathering ”
If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
The views, opinions and expressed written messages of our guests are not that of Victorious Media, the Speak Up Network and/or Our Own Voices Live.
Given the recent Boko Haram conflict, the librarian war, and other inconspicuous, but salient everyday wars even in the neck of our woods, World Ebony Network continues to stand on the good traditional practices of our African ancestry and the good aspects of other heritages to strengthen the community. We are uniting with people all over the world to remember the fallen victims of conflicts and to advocate peace in our communities.
This Saturday, we’ve invited women of integrity, Chief Elder Mrs. A. K Agwu and Madam Miatta Fahnbulleh, who have contributed immensely to society in priming and empowering young women to become leaders in all works of life. During this radio show, they will explore the following questions:
To minimize conflict in the future, how did our African fore mothers contribute to governance, security, relationships in their communities?
What should mothers do to assist in safeguarding their communities?
Have mothers of today lost their power to effect order and govern as our fore mothers did?
How should mothers come together and work with others to make communities safer?
Hilary Clinton, with her visibility, attributed the African saying: It takes a Village to raise a child to the African tradition and we underscore that the Me, Myself, and I concept should be eradicated from the black community. These days everyone is busy and abductions are becoming rampant not only in African, but in black communities the world over.
Who watches our children when their mothers are not with them? Are certain attitudes, such as flashing lifestyles and what people consider “The Crab In The Barrel” mentality fueling conflicts in our communities and what should mothers do to mitigate and overcome these behaviors? These are issues of discussion and our listeners will be happy to hear.
Dearest RED TENT sisterhood!
On tonight's show Aurora, Katrina, and Zsuszi discuss their perspectives and personal experiences with Marriage, Romance and alternative relationships.
We tag this episode as an "EMBRACE THE TABOO TO LIBERATE YOU!" Episode. For the WILD WOMEN of CONSCIOUSNESS.
We ask and answer deep questions like "Why get married?" "Can I have multiple partners?" "Is having children the route I want to take?"
In this episode you'll go down the rabbit hole to ask yourself if you do things just because they are societally acceptable.
Katrina Rainsong Messenger:
It seems like we all know the Marriage Fairytale, girl meets boy, dates boy, marries boy... happily ever after! Why is it that even tho we all know that relationships are more complex than that we still tend to cleave to the old paradigm? Can we change the traditional narrative? What new stories can we tell? My story is one of marriage, freedom and joy. Here's a tale from the Poly side
Finding support, preparing Rites of Passage and being clear on what relationships mean to you is what marriage is all about.
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Multi-Dimensional Communicator, Rosemary Bredeson - The Scientific Mystic returns to teach us about meditation and other tools we can use on our healing journey. Her gifts as a spiritual teacher, counselor and multi-dimensional communicator/medium lovingly introduces us to the healing powers of angels and spirits. Pick up a special meditation at The Scientific Mystic.
Pick up 100 Tools for Happiness ebook at Conversations That Heal. CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, knows the path to healing lies in replacing trauma mindset with healthy thoughts, feelings and actions.
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So, friends, we can now—without hesitation—walk right up to God, into “the Holy Place.” Jesus has cleared the way by the blood of his sacrifice, acting as our priest before God. The “curtain” into God’s presence is his body.
22-25 So let’s do it—full of belief, confident that we’re presentable inside and out. Let’s keep a firm grip on the promises that keep us going. He always keeps his word. Let’s see how inventive we can be in encouraging love and helping out, not avoiding worshiping together as some do but spurring each other on, especially as we see the big Day approaching. Heb 10:19-25
"Annie turns herself inside out when she slowly comes to grip with the startling truth that her adolescent daughter is pulling out her hair, a little bit at a time. How long will it be until she is neat bald? Annie finally finds a way to cope that has long lasting repercussions. Annie writes this story after having list all her hair during her cancer vacation last year. Today she and her daughter run a tour company in Victoria BC, called Transform Travel, taking visitors on VIP shopping adventures. Their greatest passion is to host women with cancer on a transforming shopping tour that makes them feel amazing and also helps them find clothes that can enable them to be victorious over cancer.
Hilray Davis having arrived in Canada many years ago having been raised in Dublin, Ireland. have four grown children and four grandchildren. I was a single mum who returned to school and fell in love with learning. I have numerous business courses, certificates, and a degree in Education. I have written text books, curriculum and computer programs for teachers. I am now a retired High School teacher who fills her days with painting, reading, writing and I volunteer to teach English to Mexican children in the village of my winter home. I love to travel and I'm always ready for new adventures. Sonny blew me away one day, he couldn't have been more than 12 yrs old at the time, when he said to me, "You know Mum, I don't know why I have this disease but I know I can do more with it than without it." Sonny has definitely lived up to that remark
Father's Day might remind many women of how much they've missed out on bonding with their own fathers and how their own children may fall prey to the same generational curse as their parents did. Because of this, many women have began a tradition of telling each other happy Father's Day. Many of us try to play the role of both in the absence of the father. This isn't a day to bash men, but a day dedicated to healing for women and encouragment for fathers who have been handicapped of true fatherhood as a result of their own abandonment by their dads. Let's stop pointing fingers being bitter and allow healing to begin. Let's celebrate the men who have found what a father should be thru redemption by Jesus Christ . And encourage those that are still on the path to balance as a father . Gods word tells us to speak those things that be not as though they are. Ladies it's beneficial to us, the kids and the fathers by doing this. And by allowing the relationship with our Heavenly Father to be the blue print for earthly fathers. Satan doesn't need our help beating them down for there mistakes as fathers. But The Lord is pleased when we pray for those who remain in bondage.
join us Sunday night at 10p cst & be sure to share with your Facebook and Twitter friends. If you're a father then call in and share your thoughts on fatherhood and give encouragement to others.
Hailing from Calgary, Alberta Canada Aime Hutton is passionate about helping tween and teen girls believe in themselves. With over 15 years’ experience of working with youth Aime brings a unique and bold character experience to all she interacts with both online and in person. She’s the CEO, of Inch by Inch Empowerment, as an Empowerment Leader, and International Best Selling Author she helps tween and teen girls locally, and globally. Aime is also the Canadian Ambassador for the Freedom & Empowerment Campaign where she educates and supports those who have experienced domestic abuse and dating violence.
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