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WILLIAM FREDRICK COOPER is the author of the critically-acclaimed SIX DAYS IN JANUARY, the Essence/Black Expressions Bestselling novel THERE'S ALWAYS A REASON; and the author of ONE SEASON IN PINSTRIPES, a sports memoir chronicling the 2009 championship season of the New York Yankees.
dynamic speaker known for giving enlightening radio interviews, he has edited several award-winning novels and contributed to national periodicals such as Ebony Magazine and New York Times Bestselling Anthologies. A Brooklyn native and the father of Maranda Nicole Cooper, stop by Cooper's Facebook page (www.facebook.com/wfcooper), listen to some great music and say hello.
Reading of Frederick Douglass' famous speech givenon July 5, 1852 to the Rochester Ladies Anti-Slavery Society at an event commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence, held at Rochester's Corinthian Hall.
part two and completion of reading Frederick Douglass' famous speech "The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negor"
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Clinical Psychologist and author Dr. E. Douglass Brown is the guest speaker continuing his dialogue,on this live show, on Relationships - a Help or a Hindrance part 2. He will talk about: - Healthy Roles in Relationships - Breakdown of the Family Structure - Complementing vs Competition - Power Plays and it's Effects - Why are some holding onto toxic relationships?
The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with nearly 4000 schools participating.
Jackson, MS Public Schools are so committed to the Watch D.O.G.S. program that they have a full-time Watch D.O.G.S. Coordinator. As far as we know, this is the only local school system that has established a position specifically for a Watch D.O.G.S. Coordinator. Join us as we hear from Fredrick Nolan about the Watch D.O.G.S. program in Jackson.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in three foreign countries.
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Clinical Psychologist Dr. E. Douglass Brown will be our guest speaker on the topic of Relationships- a Hindrance or a Help. These questions that will be answered on the show: What is the most important relationship in life? What relationship shapes the character of all of a person's other relationships? What is the second most important relationship in life? Depending on my relationship with my Creator and myself, my other relationships will help make or break me.
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William Fredrick Cooper is the author of Six Days in January, the Essence bestselling and African-American Literary Award nominated There’s Always a Reason, and One Season (in Pinstripes), a unique account of the 2009 World Championship season of the New York Yankees.
Reared on Staten Island, he presently resides in Brooklyn, New York. The proud father of a lovely daughter named Maranda, Mr. Cooper is a member of St. Philips Baptist Church in Staten Island, and was the Secretary of Brother 2 Brother Symposium, Inc., a program that encouraged black men and young adults to read fiction literature.
Unbreakable (A Love Ballad) is the third installment of the William McCall saga, introduced in the critically acclaimed Six Days In January, and the Essence bestselling There’s Always A Reason.
On this edition of The Realist Report, we'll be joined by Dr. Fredrick Toben. Dr. Toben sits on the Board of Contributing Editors of The Barnes Review, and has been persecuted as a "thought criminal" in a number of different Western countries for challenging the official narrative of WWII and commenting on other controversial topics. Dr. Toben and I will be discussing a variety of topics. Calls will be taken throughout the broadcast!
William Fredrick Cooper is the author of the critically acclaimed SIX DAYS IN JANUARY, the ESSENCE Bestselling and African-American Literary Award Nominated THERE'S ALWAYS A REASON, and ONE SEASON IN PINSTRIPES, a sports book chronicling the 2009 Championship Season of The New York Yankees. The proud father of a daughter, Maranda, Cooper is a contributor to several Zane's anthologies.
UNBREAKABLE is a story that explores adversity, human connection, what it takes to heal a broken heart, and pays tribute to one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived, Michael Jackson. Highly emotional, UNBREAKABLE carries powerful social and spiritual messages within the pages and captures the intensity and endurance of God's most precious gift to us all, LOVE.
It’s Valentine’s Day; seven years ago, William McCall lost Linda Woodson—the woman who restored his faith and hope. Still grieving her death, he drowns his sorrows at a local bar in Manhattan, when a new woman enters his life…
Keisha Gray is a Michigan schoolteacher visiting the Big Apple, and when she first meets William, they bond over their shared love for Michael Jackson. Soon they connect over much more and set out on a journey to heal their broken pasts. William is still trying to get over his heartbreak, while Keisha is on a journey to rediscover her self-worth after the double murder of her parents. The couple travels through New York, South Carolina, and Michigan to sort through their pasts and renew their faith in God, life, and love.
Highly emotional and embedded with powerful messages, Unbreakable is a love ballad that explores adversity, human connection, and what it takes to heal a broken heart.
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Clinical Psychologist and author Dr. E. Douglass Brown will be our special guest speaker today, on this re-broadcast show, talking about bringing out the Bliss Point in our Children part 2. The makings of the spiritual bliss point are deeply embedded in each infant. Whether the makings of the spiritual bliss point become an actualized experience depends on the person, once an infant, learning the difference between his or her true self and “somebody” that he or she has come to believe is “me.” Wise parents encourage a child to ask the right questions and to seek and accept the right answers. Unwise parents encourage a child to only ask questions when given permission from others and to accept answers endorsed by them and others. Wise parenting models and guides towards the bliss point. Unwise parenting models and guides towards the "miss" point.
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Clinical Psychologist and author Dr. E. Douglass Brown will start a new theme with his topic of Bliss Point vs Ego, on this re-broadcast show. A term invented in the fast food industry, the “bliss point” refers to that point when a person experiences the maximum amount of sensory satisfaction and pleasure from tasting and eating a specific food product. Food and beverage companies spend millions of dollars in research to identify the right mixture of ingredients to place in their food and beverage products to take you to the “bliss point”- when you taste and savor their products and feel that you must consume more in order to re-experience that maximum degree of digestive satisfaction and pleasure. (Doritos chips anyone?) The more enduring “bliss point” or bliss state” is attained when you stop pretending that your ego is who you are and start to be who and what you are – a human being with a unique personality who is connected to the Ultimate Superior Spirit behind all creation. Some people call this state self- actualization or self-realization.