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Melani N. Douglass is the Community Engagement Manager for Everyman Theatre - host of the Capacity Building Workshop presented by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development. She was introduced to Everyman Theatre during her tenure as an Urban Arts Leadership Fellow while obtaining her MFA in Curatorial Practice from the Maryland Institute and College of Art. Douglass is also the founder of the Family Arts Museum - a nomadic, non-collecting institution that focuses on family as fine art, home as curated space and community as gallery. Her exhibition, Love on the Line: Stories of a Baltimore Worth Living For was name as Best Pop-Up for Baltimore Magazine's 2015 Best of Baltimore list.
HUD Grant Writing and Capacity Building Training Wed, August 5, 2015
Melani N. Douglass
Urban Arts Leadership Program Fellow
Baltimore, MD 21201
Professor Frederick Ellis is back to bring the public another super informative episode of The Real News Behind The News weekly series "Health Matters". The show that's allows the public to call in to the show and ask one of the top healthcare specialist in the country any health related question they may have.In this also, the professor will put the spotlight on sickle cell anemia in the black community as well touch the subject of dangerous contraceptive implants.
Do mass shootings cause students and employees feelings of shame to admit to mental illness? White Apple Institute staff and students send condolescences to those affected by the senseless violence on college campuses in Oregon and throughout the United States. We encourage those dealing with mental health issues to continue seeking help and overcome any embarassment. Hopefully, this archived show will empower you!
Host, Dr. Danita Applewhite and special guest Dr. E. Douglass Brown, share a unique insight about the stigma of mental illness and how it relates to depression and addiction. Hear students, teachers, and Veterans discuss how to identify symptoms, overcome shame, and get confidential help. Dr. E. Douglas Brown is a clinical psychologist and author. Your donation of at least $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE. Click on RADIO to listen to episodes of the Ask Dr. Applewhite™ Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7. This broadcast is a rerun of The Shame of Mental Illness aired 1-18-14.
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Clinical Psychologist and Author Dr. E. Douglass Brown is back with us on this rebroadcast show talking about Emotions and The Self. He says that emotions are as essential to a person's inner growth as eating vegetables are to staying physically healthy. Emotions tell us how we feel about ourselves, others around us, and our environment. When it comes to self-development and reaching the psychospiritual "bliss point," a person has to come to like and prefer his or her true self over the ego. That which is in harmony with the true self must be more emotionally appealing and satisfying to a person than ego-centered pleasures.
Lynn Eagle Feather hosts "Native American Affairs" on National Network in Action (NNIA1) channel. Our call-in number is 818-572-2947, and we encourage audience participation, or please listen via Internet at
I discussed The Cochran Firm fraud against the Ramapough People of New Jersey in the "Man vs. Ford" case. Lynn Eagle Feather discussed recent police killings involving Native American victims that happened both inside and outside of jail, including her son, Paul Castaway, who was killed in the street in July 2015. She and other mothers of victims recently "crashed" a meeting of Denver officials and spoke to them on television about deaths of their children. The mothers presented a list of demands, which Lynn Eagle Feather read on air to the audience of NNIA1 during this broadcast.
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will.
Work for Life can help working class Americans get back to work. If your current job does not provide disposable income, there are ways to earn disposable income. Work for Life can help you today with this. If you are currently unemployed, there are ways to earn income to supply your short term needs and long term needs. Work for Life can help you with this. Life has been good to me because I read. I searched out and read material about my ancestors and in the process acquired a motivation from the written words of Fred Douglass ~ Our destiny is largely in our own hands. If we find, we shall have to seek. If we succeed in the race for life, must be by our own energies, and our own exertions. Others my clear the road, but we must go forward or be left behind in the race for life.
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Dr. E. Douglass Brown with continue in this series on Resolution and Emotional Life part 4 on this rebroadcast show; examining the life of our children who did not experience resolution in their household after seeing conflict. He will look at how their latter years will probably turn out with this emotional void in their subconscious. When resolutions are not witnessed, dysfunctional relationships are guaranteed in their future. You adullts can reflect on your childshood with these areas of concern in mind.
Mary Diaz and Human Conflicts Org. Demand More Pardons and Paroles. They also demand more compassionate releases for elderly and infirmed prisoners. Call (347)857.3293 to speak on air during this and their future broadcasts at "Human Rights Demand." Mary Diaz was very disappointed that the State of Florida released absolutely NO prisoners at all during the month of July, despite the fact that the state has over 4,000 parole-eligible inmates. This is unconscienable. Floridians need their tax money to better educate the state's public school students, provide health care and housing, create jobs, and care for its elderly citizens. Too much of the state's budget goes to prison investors who wrongly sacrifice other needs in order to generate prison profits.
Senator Bernie Sanders, a U.S. presidential candidate, introduced legislation on September 17, 2015, to help eliminate the private prison system in America: the "Justice Is Not For Sale Act." Sanders said that his campaign would also focus on ending the War on Drugs, which we know is actually a war against drug addicts and their families. Human Rights Demand asks for your full support of this important bill. Learn more at http://thinkprogress.org/justice/2015/09/17/3702659/bernie-sanders-prison-bill
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will.
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Author and Psychologist Dr. E. Douglass Brown is back with us, on a rebroadcast show, as he will continue his theme of Resolution and Emotional Life, now part 3. Dr. Brown talked in our last discussion about how conflict in the home without resolutions affect the child. Dr. Brown was saying that when the child does not witness resolutions in the home, the toxic effects of their negative emotions only increase, like fear, anxiety and depression. When the child views these conflicts and they become a pattern of behavior in the home, that child is more likely going to develop some anti-social behaviors, carry anger around with him, getting into fights, having behavior issues at school. He will talk about this child now entering adult life and how this un-resolved issue affects his/her relationships and emotionality. For you adults this series is important to reflect on your own childhood and see what fits for you.
Special Guests : Educator, Clinical Psychologist and Activist Dr. Umar Abdullah-Johnson And Rap Artist P-Nyce
Umar Abdullah-Johnson is a Nationally Certified School Psychologist who practices privately throughout Pennsylvania and lectures throughout the country. Umar is a blood relative of Frederick Douglass, the great Black abolitionist and orator. As a school psychologist Umar evaluates children ages 3-21 in an effort to determine if they have educational disabilities and a need for special education services. Umar is considered a national expert on learning disabilities and their effect on Black children, as well an expert on helping schools and parents modify challenging behaviors that can ultimately lead to disruptive behavior disorder diagnoses in Black boys.
P-Nyce (Nyce) joined the army to find a way out of the cruel streets in the early 2000s. After enlisting he quickly found him self at war, in Iraq dreaded Sunni triangle with the 2nd Infantry Division. In 2010 P-Nyce quickly became one of the top entertainers in the Augusta, Ga. Boasting the #1 Radio Show (WPRW Power 107) for 3 years, he openeded a sports bar & Promoting some of the Cities biggest Parties to Date. In 2014 when he dropped the local hit “Runnin Out of Money” . Inking a deal with Push Managements own Dewayne "Duprano" Martin in May 2014 P-Nyce dropped his biggest record to date “Who Gone Check Me” ..
The following is a message from Dr. Umar Johnson.
Good Day To All!
I badly need your help! I'm trying to raise funds to acquire and rehabilitate either the Historically Black St.Paul's College in Lawrenceville Virginia, or the Chamberlain-Hunt Academy in Port Gibson Mississippi, with the expressed intent of transforming one or both of them into the Frederick Douglass & Marcus Garvey RBG International Leadership Academy for Black Boys; which will be America's first private K-12 residential academy for African-American males based upon the principles of Traditional Afrikan Culture, Pan-Afrikan Leadership, Community Self-Determination & Cooperative Entreprenuership.
The FDMG Academy will chiefly provide our boys with serious Manhood Training and Discipline, which will enable them to return to their communities as leaders, husbands and fathers. Our Agricultural Science and S.T.E.M. (Science Technology Engineering & Mathematics)Program will focus upon raising up the next generation of scientists akin to Dr. George Washington Carver (who once visited St.Paul's College) & Dr. Lewis Latimer. Our Financial and Economic Sciences program will teach them the power techniques of the Real Estate and Commodities Industries; as well as Strategic Business Planning.
Your Humble Servant,
Dr.Umar Johnson, Psy.D, CSP, M.Ed.
Doctor of Clinical Psychology
Certified School Psychologist & Principal
National Movement to Save Black Boys
Kinsman to Frederick Douglass
"It Is Easier to Build Strong Children Than To Repair Broken Men." Frederick Douglass
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they discuss this and other important topics on tonights edition of Zaiyah's House.