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  • 00:04

    Dominican Commerce Radio

    in Business

    DOMINICAN COMMERCE was created to support future investors and importers both in the Dominican Republic and the rest of the world in the preparation, identification and development of a strategy to take advantage of commerce and investment opportunities presented within.

  • 01:00

    Puerto Rico Pro Tryout Interview - Dominican Republic

    in Basketball

    Join the McNeil Marketing team as we talk aboutthe Dominican Republic leagues and the upcoming Puerto Rico Pro tryout taking place May 27-28th, 2015! Special guest Jerome Mincy, a former Puerto Rican national team player who is still involved in the game in Puerto Rico. Registration closes Saturday May 16th, get signed up at http://www.mcneilevents.com/index.php/events/puerto-rico-pro-tryout 

  • 01:14

    Celebrity Interview - Dominican Sisters of Hope

    in Entertainment

    Blessings are abundant in the studio today as I interview the nifty nuns from the Dominican Sisters of Hope group. They have a multitude of purposes to their ministorial work - to educate, inspire, motivate, and to provide spiritual growth in a number of ways. They are Christ like, creative and full of soul and spirit while doing their daily duties. Today, we will discuss the launching of their new website, their attempts to cultivate further climate changes for the good of our world, and how social media helps them preach to their people. Join us won't you!!

  • 02:00

    South Carolina Church Massacre, Fathers Day is for Men and Dominican Republic

    in Radio

    Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith

    Our Topic(s) today: “South Carolina Church Massacre, Fathers Day is for Men and Dominican Detention Camps.”

    If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call: (347) 826-9600


    June is National Caribbean-American Heritage Month

    Caribbean Americans are part of a great national tradition, descendants of hopeful, striving people who journeyed to our lands in search of a better life. They were drawn by a belief in the power of opportunity, a belief that through hard work and sacrifice, they could provide their children with chances they had never known. Thanks to these opportunities and their talent and perseverance, Caribbean Americans have contributed to every aspect of our society -- from science and medicine to business and the arts. During National Caribbean-American Heritage Month, we honor their history, culture, and essential role in the American narrative.
    For more information, click here:  http://www.caribbeanamericanmonth.org/

    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

  • 03:56

    Jessica Holter of The Punany Poets, Part 2 Haitian Dominican History

    in Culture

    TONIGHT: Listen to The African History Network Show, Thursday, 8pm-10pm EST with guest Jessica Holter founder of The Punany Poets.  She will talk about The Punany Poets, their upcoming Summer Tour Dates and their upcoming date in Detroit, MI on Friday, June 26th at 1515 Broadway.  Tickets are available at www.PunanyTickets.com. Call 510-600-9747 for Customer Service or to inquire about making special announcements, such as anniversaries and engagements at the show.  CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS/COMMENTS & LISTEN AT (914) 338-1375.  Listen online LIVE and the archived show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/06/19/jessica-holter-of-the-punany-poets-part-2-haitian-dominican-history.

    Part 2: “The Bloody Origins of the Dominican Republic’s Ethnic ‘Cleansing’ of Haitians”. We did Part 1 on Wednesday, June 17th. We'll continue this discussion on history lesson on tonight's show.  Hundreds of thousands of Haitians in The Dominican Republic stand to be deported.  


    On June 17th, 2015 in South Carolina, 9 people were shot at the historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church.  This was Denmark Vesey's Church.  We'll talk about the shooting and the history of the Church.

  • 02:03

    Brazil vs Dominican Republic (347-855-8802)

    in Social Networking

    Tonight on "Living Off The Grid Radio" with Charles Tyler we shall compair notes on Brazil and the Dominican Republic.

    Some people "like" the Dominican Republic, while others "love"  Brazil.  If you are about to make your first tips outside of the United States Of America, then visiting the "D.R." might be a very good choice to travel to.  However there are other people that say skip the "D.R." and just head straight for Brazil.

    Either way both locations have much to offer people who like to gain new life experiences.

    Call in during the LIVE STREAM to join in on the conversation @ 347-855-8802

  • 01:46

    Dominican Republic - Haiti Relations

    in Education

    Join us for another episode of ICERM Radio Panel Discussion Broadcast.

    Theme: Dominican Republic - Haiti Relations

    Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2014 at 8:00 pm in Eastern Time, New York. 

    Featuring two outstanding experts:

    Professor Silvio Torres-Saillant, founder of the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute, Professor in the English Department, formerly headed the Latino-Latin American Studies Program in the College of Arts and Sciences, Syracuse University and co-founder, La Casita Cultural Center, an organization opened in the Near West Side of the City of Syracuse with the mission to create bridges of communication, collaboration, and exchange linking Syracuse University with the Latino population of the city and promoting the Hispanic heritages of Central New York.

    Jocelyn McCalla, human rights activist and expert, founder of the Haitian Studies Association, former Executive Director of the National Coalition for Haitian Rights, and of the New Jersey Immigration Policy Network, and former Board member of the National Immigration Forum, the NY Immigration Coalition, as well as former Advisory Board member of Human Rights Watch/Americas.

    The Panelists will be discussing the emerging conflicts between the two neighboring countries in the island and practical ways to prevent and manage similar conflicts in the future. Central to this Panel discussion broadcast is the DR’s Constitutional Court ruling on the question of “Citizenship rights to Dominicans born primarily of Haitian immigrant parents in the Dominican Republic”.

    Stay tuned for an exciting and inspiring broadcast. To listen to the show, please stay on this page. To share your views or ask questions dial +1-(347) 989-8294. You can also join the chat room discussion to share your views: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/flashchat/chat.aspx?HostUserURL=icermradio


  • 02:02

    I was just thinking... The 4th of July? Haiti and Dominican Republic

    in Politics

    Tonight we will let the words of Fredrick Douglass, the former ambassador to Haiti spoken by James Earl Jones, come to life, first in his speech “What does July 4th have to do with the Negro.” then we will have a speech performed by the late  Ossie Davis, Jr. as Fredrick Douglass comments on Haiti.

    These two short speeches will again enlighten us on the plight imposed on Haiti by the West and particularly France who is still made at losing the island nation and the defeat of their generals by Toussaint L'ouvertur and the Slave Holiday Americica calls the 4th of July!

    “A lie will travel the world 1000 times before the truth puts its boot on.”

    First a little background on the holiday that is celebrated in America this weekend.  Historically on July 2nd the Declaration of Independence was to be signed, but was signed on July 4th because the anti-slavery clause was removed.

    July 4th is a slave holiday!

    Live Show- Call in 661-467-2407 and press 1

  • 00:54

    Stanko: Marvin Nelson Goes to the Dominican Republic!

    in Religion

    After being off last week, John returns live this week to talk with Pastor Marvin Nelson, who recently returned from a missions trip to the Dominican Republic. Listen in to their discussion of Marv's trip, young adult ministry and any other topic that seems fit to discuss!

  • 02:00

    Life Innovations Ent. Presents: D Gambit Radio: Sn.4 , Ep.7 "Slow Progress"

    in Entertainment

    Life Innovations Entertainment Presents:

    D Gambit Radio: Sn.4 , Ep 7 "Slow Progress"  

    Join us as we discuss L.I. TV, Global Warfare, American Sports: "The Good, The Bad, The Ugly", The Greatest M.C.'s of All Time, Lebron's Unbreakable Records, The "NEW" Media, and much more!!!!And as always playing the best music from today, yesterday, and the future!! You want the real, well here it is!THIS....IS....HIP HOP!!!!! THIS....IS....LIFE!!!! THIS....IS....D GAMBIT RADIO!!!!!

  • 01:07

    Deepertruth: The Eucharistic Miracle of Augsburg Germany 1194-1199

    in Religion

    The Eucharistic miracle of Augsburg, is known locally as Wunderbarlichen Gutes –“The Miraculous Good”. It is described in numerous books and historical documents that can be consulted in the civic state library of Augsburg. A stolen Host was transformed into bleeding Flesh. In the course of the centuries, several analyses were completed of the Holy Particle that have always confirmed that human Flesh and Blood are present. Today the Convent of the Heileg Kreuz (Holy Cross) is taken care of by the Dominican Fathers.

    1194, a woman from Augsburg who was particularly devoted to the Most Holy Sacrament, received Holy communion. After communion, without being noticed, she put the Host in a handkerchief, took the Blessed Sacrament home and placed the Eucharistic Species in a container of wax inside a cupboard. In those days it was very difficult to find tabernacles in the church so as to be able to practice Eucharistic Worship. Only in 1264, with the introduction of the Feast of Corpus Domini (Corpus Christi) did such devotion become commonplace.

    Five years passed and on the 11th of May 1199, the woman, tormented by remorse, confessed to the superior of the convent of the Heilig Kreuz, Father Berthold, who had her bring the Host back. The priest opened up the wax covering that enclosed the Host and saw that the Holy Eucharist had been transformed into bleeding Flesh. The Host appeared “divided into two Parts connected together by the thin threads of the bleeding Flesh.” Father Berthold went immediately to the bishop of the city of Udalskalk who ordered that the Miraculous Host be “transferred, accompanied by the clergy and by the people into the cathedral and exhibited in an ostensorium of crystal for public worship.”