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WELCOME TO THE SHOW...Queen Ifama is a profiler and an empath. Her experiences has shown her that people will reveal themselves and their intentions if you listen, really listen to them. They will tell on themselves, in other words. From the Black Power Gladiators to the Civil Rights Allstars, to the "holier than thou" preachers, we will expose the Wizards casting their spells. Yep we are gonna talk about it.
So sit bac, relax, get your tea/coffee/milk/beer/wine/whisky/joint and tune in. Plug up your phone to charge the battery, if you have something to add, you may call in at 347-945-6475
The Queen Council is a non-profit corporation and serve as a full service community organization. We are your first Nubian Sorority based on the ancient African Principles of Ma'at, Family, Service and Community. Our main priority is to re-establish the bonds of sisterhood throughout the united states of America and wherever African people reside, at home and abroad.
"We are the first Nubian Sorority; We are the first Nubian Sorority to tackle the liberation of the blak family."
~National Chieftess, India~
Want Great Wisdom? Listen to Great People. Tonight Queen Afua & Coach Khayr talk about LIVING A DETOXED LIFE & the proper steps to getting there.
This one will be a dusey!!!
Show starts @ 8 pm EST & the call in number is 347.205.9089.
Tell and Bring a friend because this information is LIFE TRANSFORMING!!!
See you soon.
Join Conversations with the Queen as we host our monthly segment with Queen Afua. This show will be centered around the topic "Living a Detoxed Life"; how we make life decisions to alliviate detrimental effects of stress wholistically. We will explain how these decisions lengthen our lives and what we can do to be dedicated to our own highest and best good. The call in number is 917.932.8881
10am to 11am - Writer's Block "Religion and Storytelling"
Tim Pylypiuk and Bob Delaney offer their own viewpoints and ruminations on Religion-based storytelling, examining some popular Christian myths and some modern day examples of their interpretations amogst other subjects related to the genre.
11am to 12pm - Radio Drama "Meltdown Volume 3, Part 3"
Synopsis: Pearl's nightmare regarding her twin sister Kathy lingers into her second day at Upper Mainline Hospital. She attends Art Therapy with her social circle, unaware of the ramifications the session's activites will bring to her and the patient population.
Rated: Mature for language and scary situations
Written By: Phoebe Murer
Adapted By: Tim Pylypiuk
Performed By: Phoebe Murer, Tim Pylypiuk, and Maria Illiou
Music By: Megadeth, The National, Pink, and Oingo Boingo
Listen to Volume Three, Part Two here.