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Marcus Garvey was a proponent of the Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements Born in Jamaica, Marcus Garvey was an orator for the Black Nationalism and Pan-Africanism movements, to which end he founded the Universal Negro Improvement Association and African Communities League. Garvey advanced a Pan-African philosophy which inspired a global mass movement, known as Garveyism. Garveyism would eventually inspire others, from the Nation of Islam to the Rastafari movement.
Frederick Douglass has been called the father of the civil rights movement. He rose through determination, brilliance, and eloquence to shape the American nation. He was an abolitionist, human rights and women's rights activist, orator, author, journalist, publisher, and social reformer. Committed to freedom, Douglass dedicated his life to achieving justice for all Americans, in particular African-Americans, women, and minority groups. He envisioned America as an inclusive nation strengthened by diversity and free of discrimination.
Malcolm X Speaks on Marcus Garvey.avi
Marcus Garvey telling the truth you don't want to hear.avi
The History of Christianity #13
Our Scripture verse today is Acts 4:33 which reads: "And with great power gave the apostles witness of the resurrection of the Lord Jesus: and great grace was upon them all."
Our quote today is from Timothy Keller. He said, "The early church was strikingly different from the culture around it in this way - the pagan society was stingy with its money and promiscuous with its body. A pagan gave nobody their money and practically gave everybody their body. And the Christians came along and gave practically nobody their body and they gave practically everybody their money."
Today, we are discussing "The Church In Jerusalem" (Part 1) from Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
The Book of Acts affirms that from the very beginning there was a strong church in Jerusalem. But then that very book moves on to other matters, and tells us very little about the later history of that Christian community. The rest of the New Testament offers a few other bits of information. But it, too, deals mostly with the life of the church in other parts of the empire. Yet, by piecing together what the New Testament tells us with information gathered from other authors, one can come to a general idea of the life of that earliest Christian community and its later history.
Unity and Diversity
The earliest Christian community is often idealized. Peter's firmness and eloquence at Pentecost tend to eclipse his wavering on what ought to be done with the Gentiles who wished to join the church. The possession of all things in common, commendable as it may be, did not abolish all tensions between various groups, for "the Hellenists murmured against the Hebrews because their widows were neglected in the daily distribution."
A red light or sign means STOP because we have decided red would be our warning color, yellow is CAUTION and green is GO when we drive walk or run. In this same manner or color code, the melanin rich African ancients traveling the world making sure the people of the earth remembered and understood when seeing anyone like them [black in color] they could without exception anticipate wisdom and acumen, right judgment, scientific and spiritual direction by way of example, eloquence of speech and moral character from those highly intelligent black people. We must reclaim this history. Black is beautiful and intelligent and a gift to see God.
We will discuss the matter of melanin this week on I was just thinking...with your host Ekowa
J. Spencer: Bass Player/Producer/Vocalist
With a music career spanning over two decades, J. Spencer has been a well recognized fixture in the South Florida Music scene. The journey started for J as the original founding member and lead vocalist/bass player for the group HASHBROWN a high energy, funk core power trio that was a force to be reckoned with in the late 90’s and into the 2000’s. The group garnered critical success and managed to open for a diverse range of acts including Method Man, Rick James, Fishbone, Sheryl Crow, and the godfather of soul himself, James Brown, who’s encouraging words of “keep funkin’” served as fuel for his musical journey. Linking with friend and Producer Jon to form the electro-vintage pop duo, COTTON & HATE, the duo’s indie release “reverse” was an eclectic array of uptempo electro retro funk jams spawned from a 2 week impromptu recording session that allowed J the ability to vocally explore new sonic landscapes via Jon’s production. J also collaborated with former Hasbrown guitarist Duncan Cameron to form Black & Tan, an ode to their love of acoustic folk and country soul. The duo’s country space odyssey WEST OF WEST and the followup PORCH, were full of soulful songs of isolation, lost love, and underdog anthems, that contrasted the bombastic energy of earlier projects with truthful acoustic eloquence. A drive to return to performing live and the call for a bassplayer via a friend of a friend led to being the bassplayer and musical director for Community Property, a high energy funk-rock four piece who's sound is best described as Otis Redding meets Van Halen.
This is the way that "Hybrid Jazz" rolls - we start off with a plan - and the plan GROWS! It's an absolute thrill to welcome back the incredibly respected guitarist, Joshua Breakstone - that's a GIVEN. Having debuted in 1979, this prolific artist has created a lifetime's worth of projects, toured Japan more than ANY performer that I know, and has been compared to Wes Montgomery on more than one occasion.
The reviews have been stellar regarding Joshua's latest work, "With The Wind and the Rain." All About Jazz and NPR glow when they speak of the musicianship involved here - and another critic speaks of Joshua's "understated eloquence." For some of us, hearing the late Emily Remler in the vibe isn't a bad thing, either! Beautiful playing with a purpose. Our guest's first inspirations were Lee Morgan - then Clifford Brown and Charlie Parker. That's right: trumpet and sax. Both notes and emotion are important for Joshua to convey - oh boy, does he fulfill THAT mission!
We're going to hang in the second hour of the show, so expect audio bliss and lively conversation. Meanwhile, a new development: Uber Producer Matthew Shell will be joined by MTS Creative Consultant and Singer, Kenny McNeil - and they might be joined by Star-On-The-Rise, Sydni Alexander - in our third hour :) Kenny and Sydni have a new song called "Inspire Me" - and it's hard to describe the place where this music takes you. It's as though a teenage Idina Menzel paired with a soulfully pleading prince to her princess - and a love anthem was born. It's exciting to contemplate the future of these talents - and it's a thrill to bring them to you!
The fun starts at one - don't you miss a single moment of "Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey" on 3/13/14!
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Do you smell what the Doctor is Cooking?
See, if you ask the average person who they think they are, chances are the cat-done-got-their-tongue! Ask the same person what people think of them, and you’d be surprised at the flow of verbiage, and the eloquence of descriptive nouns with complimentary adjectives all in view of what others say or think about them. Who do you think you are?
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Joseph Strider drops by for the first hour to discuss his new CD and share some of the songs with us.
Acoustic guitarist Joseph Strider has covered a lot of musical ground in his career thus far. From boy soprano in school choirs, to playing with a cover band, Strider has spent the years developing his own unique style, a style that fits in no established genre and can best be described as Modern Indigenous Alternative.
Strider received his first guitar at age nine. As a teen and young adult he gained valuable experience over a six year period of touring in his home state of Texas. In the years since he has refined his unorthodox playing style, determined to fully utilize the potential of the acoustic guitar. Inspired by guitarists such as Michael Hedges, Bruce Cockburn, Tommy Emmanuel, and Andre Segovia, Jimmy Page, the self-taught Strider has pursued his musical ambitions with a determination and eloquence that not many can match.
With no formal training or instruction, Joseph Strider has had the freedom to explore and develop a very personal relationship with his chosen instrument. That relationship is fully realized with his latest CD Carbon 14, which will be discussed during this show.
In addition to the release of the new CD, the new year will be a busy one for Strider, but no matter how frenzied the pace becomes, it is the music that moves Joseph, the voice of Spirit that he has been blessed to hear and to pass on, that inspires him daily, that fuels the prolific flow of new guitar pieces.
Patricia Brooks talks to Diane Green about her journey and her book Praise for God is in the Little Things:Messages from the Animals With eloquence, Patricia Brooks does a wonderful job of sharing her personal story and reminding us of the connection we all have with the amazing animal kingdom. What a gift awaits us if we open our minds and spiritual hearts to understand the guidance that the array of animals we share this magnificent earth with have to off er. After reading this poignant, personal and passionate story, I dare say that you will never look at animals that cross your path in the same way again. Now let your journey begin. Lynette Turner, Positivoligist™ and author of The 10 Be’s Of Positivity-10 Steps to a More Positive Way of Living Music by FNMC and Rev Yolanda
Nothing to Lose. Hosted by Brian W. Fugett, Michael D. Goscinski and Michelle L. Quinn. with special guest co-hosts H. L. NELSON and WALTER BECK...interviews with special guests Ryan Werner and Gwen Beatty. h. l. nelson is Editor-in-Beef for Cease, Cows mag, Fiction Editor for Black Heart Magazine, and a former sidewalk mannequin. (Yes, that happened.) Pub credits: PANK, Hobart, Connotation Press, Bartleby Snopes, Writer’s Digest, Metazen, Thousand Shades of Gray, Gutter Eloquence, DOGZPLOT, Zygote in My Coffee, Pure Slush, Haiku for Lovers anthology, The Fat City Review, GlassFire, Black-Listed, and BH. h.l.’s MFA is currently kicking her a$$. Walter Beck is from Avon, IN, for the last seven years, he has been taking the poetry world by storm with his intense verse and outrageous live shows, being banned from several venues for his stage antics. Praised by the underground press and adored by his growing legion of fans, Walter is the new face of the America. GWEN BEATTY is the Associate Fiction Editor of Cease, Cows. She is a sorority dropout who plays in several fictitious bands that all sound exactly like Cheap Trick. She very recently tasted honey for the first time. You can find her on twitter @gabetwee. RYAN WERNER. Writer, rocker, janitor. Lover of pro wrestling, p0rn0, and ice cream. Hater of fingerless gloves, pictures of cats, and goodbyes. Ryan is the author of the short story collection Shake Away These Constant Days (Jersey Devil Press 2012) and the chapbook story cycle Murmuration. He runs the small chapbook press Passenger Side Books, is on Twitter @YeahWerner, and has a website named www.RyanWernerWritesStuff.com. recorded August 23, 2013
Hannah More said: "Prayer is not eloquence, but earnestness; not the definition of helplessness, but
Our prayer motivator verse from the Word of God today is Luke 22:45-46 which reads: "And when he [Jesus] rose up from prayer, and was come to his disciples, he found them sleeping for sorrow, And said unto them, Why sleep ye? rise and pray, lest ye enter into temptation."
Our prayer motivator quote today is from George Washington Carver. He said, "There is literally nothing that I ever asked to do, that I asked the blessed Creator to help me to do, that I have not been able to accomplish."
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