• 01:02

    DSMA Live: Wil Dubois

    in Health

    Tonight Scott and George talk with Wil Dubois.
    Wil is a diabetes columnist and the author of four books about diabetes that have collectively won 16 national and international book awards. He pens the edgy Dear Abby-style advice column every Saturday at Diabetes Mine; writes the Diabetes Simplified column for dLife; and am one of the ShareCare diabetes experts. On his blog, lifeafterdx, is his personal observations about life and diabetes. He has  spent the last half-dozen years running the diabetes education program for a rural non-profit clinic in the mountains of New Mexico. 

  • 01:07

    Marianne Dubois: Collective Evolution at This Moment

    in Education

    This episode is presented in French.


    "The outpouring of the Source cannot shut itself up in a construct of the mind. In front of an audience, my truth of the moment is to let go of everything that could be a support, to accept that there might be nothing to grasp. We can then breathe together, and transform ourselves into a potentiality that is creative and constantly renewed."


    A meeting in Paris on 10 april 2014 is offered.


    Guest: Marianne Dubois


    Organizer: Philippe Herbert (Association Etre Presence)


    Go to the second episode with Marianne

  • 01:28

    Beards on MMA w/ Mike DuBois

    in Sports

    Tonight we're happy to welcome our guest, Bellator Fighter, Mike DuBois.
    Mike is a cast member on this seasons bellator fight master. While we can't give you any results yet, we'll be getting the skinny on format and what it was like to be involved in the inaugural season!
    We'll also talk about this week's UFC card which our most recent guest, James Krause, will be fighting in against Sam Stout. Also we'll talk about next week's upcoming Bellator Card. Sadly, Cutman Matt will not be with us for next week's show so we're going to let him give us his insights and picks for next weeks event!

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    THE REAL DELIA with Delia Smith - African American Political Figures & Activists

    in Radio

       On this fourth week of February, Black History Month, The Real Delia & Mr. DLW will be discussing the contributions of African American Political Figures & Activists. Listeners are always invited to participate in the chatroom and on-air. Just call 347-205-9366 and press the number 1 to be on air with The Real Delia. 


      One of our success stories, here on the JKN, even though each show host is their own content supervisor within a guideline and responsible for their own shows, this “lady cab driver” not only works hard for her money, but works hard for her show.  Started her show on Sunday, following the original THE WAY I SEE IT with Jay King the original show for this foundation, now on every Monday at 4pm pacific.  She chooses her topics wisely and gets involved with her true spirit.  She is also known as the corrector.  THEE CORRECTOR.  347-205-9366  Welcome to the show!

  • 01:09

    Paul Harding, Meg Gardiner, Jennifer duBois, Lisa Wingate

    in Books

    Check out this author lineup! Join us for conversations with:
    Paul Harding on Enon Meg Gardiner on The Shadow Tracer Jennifer duBois on Cartwheel Lisa Wingate on The Prayer Box Listeners will have the chance to win each of these great novels!

  • 00:29

    Interview with Shelly Dubois

    in Country Music

    Country music artist SHELLY DUBOIS was raised on a steady diet of Country classics.  Her father worked in the oil industry as a truck driver and her mother stayed at home, raising their five children. At the age of eight, Shelly picked up her mother's accordion and two years later, she had a guitar in hand – strumming and singing.  “I love to sing songs that tell a story and create a connection with the listener. It’s a great feeling”, she explains. Shelly enjoys performing solo, as a duo, a trio or with a band and has shared the stage with Duane Steele, Chad Brownlee, Hey Romeo, Jason Blaine, Dean Brody & others. Now living in Alberta, she has just released a new single to radio called This Town. 

  • 01:00

    Phyllis Chesler and Frank DuBois join us

    in Politics Conservative

    Phyllis Chesler is a best- selling author, a legendary feminist leader, a psychotherapist and an expert courtroom witness. Dr. Chesler has published thousands of articles and, most recently, studies, about honor-related violence including honor killings.  She will discuss issues related to Islam's war on women.


    Frank DuBois is the host blogger on The Westerner and Founder of the DuBois Rodeo Scholarship.  Frank will discuss the Wilderness on the Borders.

  • 00:19

    Harlem Renaissance Through the Caribbean Lens

    in Women

    The first waive of Caribbean immigrants took place during the Portugese and Spanish Caribbean's planotractic design that supported the growth of the British and Dutch colony's slave system.  While Caribbean slavery started 150 years prior to the British colonies', it was the Caribbean that was the "seasoning" process for middle-America's human trafficking.  While the slavocratic sucess can be observed through the development of Amercian construction, there were components of resistance that shifted the sociopolitcal frameworks of the Caribbean design.  


    The second waive took place when Haiti (1804) and Jamaica (1834), provided a new waive of Caribbeans immigrants.   According to Caribbean lineage socio-anthropologist, WEB DuBois, in his book, The Souls of Black Folk (1903), he indicated that the "free northern Negro" should consider the views of the "West Indian mulattos".  Integrating into black American construct, Caribbean Americans took their place into American black history. During the early 20th century, with the push-pull immigrant principal that brought "West Indians" to New York, the essence of the Harlem Renaissance was within the Caribbean immigrant.  Join us as we talk about the Caribbean Lens within the Harlem Renaissance. 


     


     


     

  • 00:30

    Still Making Black History: The Nuevo Harlem Renaissance

    in Women

    Grand Gesture Screening Invitation         http://t.co/PBpaWKSV7q


     


    When Dr. Woodson Carter designed "Negro History Week", in 1926, the Harlem Renaissance was well into its maturity.  From West Indian sociopolitical influences  such as Claude MacKay to the intellecturalism of multiple artforms, Harlem was and still is the epicenter of African diaspora life.  By the 1920's, writers and artists lived in Harlem as they brought a vibrant, creative community that found its voice into what came to be  the “Harlem Renaissance.”


     Several factors accounted for the birth of the movement and propelled it forward. By 1920 the once white ethnic neighborhood of Harlem in upper Manhattan overflowed with recent African-American migrants from the South and Caribbean immigrants. Black soldiers returning from World War I shared a new sense of pride, militancy, and entitlement.  Social movements of WEB DuBois and Marcus Garvey established levels of political and economic sustainability that can still be felt throughout Harlem.  And now The Nuevo Harlem Renaissance steps into the next 100 years of socioeconomic,and cultural growth.


    Join me, for Black History Month as we talk The Neuvo Harlem Renaissance:


    Harlem resident and Filmmaker, Dana Verde screening of "Grand Gesture" at the Astro Row Cafe', 404 Lenox Ave., February 12th at 7 pm.  


    Harlem Business Alliance


    Harlem Arts Alliance


    Harlem Fashion Row


    Local resturants and more.

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