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  • 00:47

    MMMH #9: Jus Allah - Jedi Mind Tricks, Chess King, Hateful Lyrics, Marsten House

    in Hip Hop Music

    *This interview is already our most listened to interview on Mighty Mighty Marsten House*


    Jus Allah joins Tim Lawson on Mighty Mighty Marsten House this week.


    Most of you probably recognize Jus as a former member of Jedi Mind Tricks. 


    Tim and Jus will discuss more of Jus' introduction to the culture, his creative process, being a group artist vs a solo artist and so much more.


    Be sure to join the conversation on Twitter using #MMMH9 and let us know what you think!


    @TimLawson21


    @JusAllahMMA


    @MarstenHouse

  • 00:32

    PUSH MY STORY WITH PASTOR LIVINGSTON, CHRISTIAN RADIO ICON

    in Christianity

    HOW DO YOU PREPARE? WHAT DO YOU PREPARE FOR?   Proverb: 16 1-6 Jer 9, prov 4


    The plans of the mind and orderly thinking belong to man, but from the Lord comes the [wise] answer of the tongue.


    2 All the ways of a man are pure in his own eyes, but the Lord weighs the spirits (the thoughts and intents of the heart).


    3 Roll your works upon the Lord [commit and trust them wholly to Him; He will cause your thoughts to become agreeable to His will, and] so shall your plans be established andsucceed.


    4 The Lord has made everything [to accommodate itself and contribute] to its own end and His own purpose—even the wicked [are fitted for their role] for the day of calamity and evil.


    5 Everyone proud and arrogant in heart is disgusting, hateful, and exceedingly offensive to the Lord; be assured [I pledge it] they will not go unpunished.


     


    HOW MANY WANT TO BE SAVE? HOW MANY TRULY WANT TO BE SAVE? HOW MANY WANT TO BE REALLY REALLY WANT TO BE  SAVE? HOW MANY IS SAVE?

  • 00:31

    *Moving America Forward Race, Politics, Religion & Guns

    in Current Events

    As difficult to fathom America is now catching up with the rest of the world with last week’s horrific killings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, South Carolina.  Americans barely blinks when mosques are blown up in distant lands or Christians are burned alive as they huddle together seeking safety in war torn nations.  Now in this country the carnage has moved from schools building to Bible study classes in the basement of historic Black southern churches.


    The Honorable Rev. Clementa Pinckney will be buried tomorrow and eulogized by President  Barack Obama.  The other eight victims will be buried in the days to come. The services will be huge and no doubt televised.  The tears will flow and the ultimate question, “Why?” will be asked. 


    And in the wake of last week’s massacre remains a demented 21 year old “soldier of death,” who still waves his Confederate flag in his twisted mind. White, young, hateful with a gun.  A deadly combination. 


    Today we will explore the challenges and opportunities that America faces as it wrestles with the contingency of dissonances that just cannot embrace a globally connected multicultural nation.


    And we will celebrate the Supreme Court’s ruling today that upholds the Affordable Care Act…otherwise known as Obamacare.


     

  • 00:18

    Living, Caring, Learning and Sharing W/ DON DURANT

    in Writing

    Hate, Terrorism,and Evil.  The Fight between White and Brown is ongoing and should be decided by now. The swaztika was a nasty, and mean symbol, as bad as the Confederate Flag.  Thank you South Carolina for taking a immediate action after the murder of those nine innocents. The President has called out the name and the word that is so hateful, but he did it only to remind us how it sounds and what it means deep down.  The Pope is being criticized and chastized for stating the truth on Global Warming.  Why is it he should not speak out on something that can destroy mankind???

  • 00:30

    When The Answers Just Don’t Come. Why Tragedy Strikes Us In Such A Cruel Manner

    in Culture

    June is always a hard month for me and my family.  The tragic accidental death of my son, Mickarl D. Thomas, Jr. on June 14, 1997 still leaves a void in my heart too painful for many to understand. His death was the result of a single occupant fatal car accident after drinking at a party, days after graduating from high school with his twin sister. That was 18 years ago, but the memories are still vivid in my mind.  


    Tragedy is hard to comprehend…whether it’s accidental or intentional. It leaves a trail of tears in the wake of surviving victims, family members and friends often left behind.  


    The latest tragedy occurred last night when worshippers at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church were simply exercising their right to attend Bible Study in the House of God. For nine of them, including the Pastor of the church, it would be their last day on earth, as they were murdered by a hateful young man bent on ending their lives for his own personal satisfaction.


    What do you do when the answers don’t come from such tragedies?  How do you console family members and friends whose unbearable pain can be difficult to watch?  What do you say when the words are too cumbersome?  


    Today’s show will offer some responses to life’s tragedies from my personal perspective, having lived all of these years in the wake of my son’s death.

  • 01:33

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1118

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Tree Turtle from Baltimore, Maryland, a survivor of multiple forms of child abuse (in and out of foster care) who's now an activist. Tree says, "I survived physical and sexual assaults as well as child ography and am a longtime facilitator and mediator for child and youth welfare. As a Buddhist educator, my aim is to guide others to use loving-kindness and peace-building to conquer societal ills." Beginning in the mid 80s, Tree has offered educational workshops as an anti-violence facilitator, anti-bias mediator, and sexuality educator for such organizations as Public Allies, the Urban League, SMYAL, OUTPost, and scores of schools, shelters, and foster facilities in the Mid-Atlantic region and the Midwest for over twenty-five years. From the 1980s until today, Tree transitioned from being a survivor to becoming a preventer: an American citizen who works to bring awareness to the enormous harm that violence, inequities, and ignorance breeds amongst humans and other species. Tree believes that speaking out against violence as a survivor and a preventer is not enough: we must also give others tools, practices, concepts, policies and procedures to supplant hateful, violent, inequitable acts with peer-to-peer and institutional love. She writes, "Peer-to-peer love models care in our everyday relationships. Institutional love models care in our governmental, educational, and professional communities. Thus, preventing abuse flourishes when we learn how to treat others well regardless of differences; when we learn how to transform conflicts into caring, mutually beneficial opportunities; and when we learn how to change institutional policies, procedures, and practices to ensure equity while caring for and protecting others from harm.

  • 00:19

    We More Than Conquerors- Rom.8:38

    in Religion

    TOPICS:


    1. Men in high places troubling the world


    2. The kingdom of heaven suffers violence-Matt 11:12


    3. The definition of a conqueror


    4. Conquerors use violence to get what they want


    5. Founding fathers of America were conquerors


    6. Sin is big business


    7. Don't be bitter, hateful etc because of what people do to you


    8. Be like Yeshua(Jesus) 


    9. Law enforcement abuse of power and authority


    10. Vengeance belongs to The Lord


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 02:38

    Pop Culture Crazies - B.B. King is dead!

    in Pop Culture

    Hr1 Cartersville, GA police officers forced to resign for volunteering in inmate prayer ministry while off-duty. 1st Amendment is dying a slow death! How is that religious freedom?


    Los Angeles Mayor thinks $15/hour minimum wage is a victory, local businessman responds explaining otherwise.


    Andrea Nelson, from the Clover Agency, joins Joe to discuss recent news events that you probably won't hear anywhere else.


    Legendary singer criticizes young stars for competing to wear the skimpiest dress in public at the latest Met gala.


    Why are images of breastfeeding so taboo? It's a normal process of life. Elle magazine changes the newsstand cover.


    What to do when you find out thru Instagram that your fiance isn't who you thought she was. RUN!


    Hr2  LibLogic: The best way to teach kids about racism is through segregation, called "affinity groups." Isn't this what we were trying to get away from?


    Muslim student thinks he shouldn't have to repay his school loans because it's against his religion. Was it against his religion to sign for it?


    Hr3  Banning mobile phone use increases academic performance at school. Anyone else not shocked?


    Teacher acquitted of repeatedly raping 12 year old student, is now suing to get her job back.


    Student diversity officer on college campus Tweets hateful violent speech toward white males. Why hasn't she been fired yet?


    B.B. King's passing is scrutinized by family with suggestions that the personal assistant may have poisoned him. Uh oh!


    Pennysaver shuts down without warning. 100s out of work.


    Teen girls who left the country to join ISIS and marry militants are now pregnant and not as enthusiastic about staying over there. In fact, they desperately want to come home. Big surprise... NOT! Jihad is not a game. This is serious business.

  • 00:31

    BISHOP DR. LAWRENCE MWAMBA PRESENTS, ZAMBIANS FOR JUSTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA

    in Radio

    DEUTRONOMY 27: 19.


    CURSED BE HE THAT PERVERTETH THE JUDGEMENT OF THE STRANGER, THE FATHERLESS AND WIDOW. AND ALL HE PEOPLE SHALL SAY AMEN.


    It came to our attention and that of the whole world.  How that innocent imigrants from within Africa had travelled to South Africa seeking for a better life and in turn help build tthe economy of South Africa.  Many did mange to get juobs in South Africa, and some manged to start their own businesses.  Over the years many of the imigrants were established as citizens of South Africa  Others were on their way to obtain legal status of becoming legal residents of South Africa.


    A Xenophobic [Deep hatrate of foreigners or imigrants]  attitude brewed in many quaters of South Africa.  hateful words spoken by some chief insitigating attacks on innocent imigrants was a regratable behavior of a person in leadership. Suddenly innocent foreigners from Angola, Mozambique, Nigeria, Malawi, Zambia and other African countries were killed in cold blood.  Foreigners were torched and burnt alive using car tyres, others were axed to death the perpertrators using knives, matchets and whatever steel weapon they could lay heir hands on.  The foreigners cried for mercy but never got any.  People mainly South Africans just looked on and did nothing to help these innocent victims, while others just laughed the whole event off.


    One man had his brains axed out of his head, he lay dying with his brains next to him, anothjer had his intestines cut out of his stomach and they were handing out of his body. Another had car tyres dressed over their necks and set on fire. These innocent foreigners were burnt to death with no remedy.  Another man was pictured with a South African so called crook yielding a kniofe over his face ready to stub and skice him to death and nothing was done.

  • 00:42

    Conversations with Sapphire J Blue with Author Shelley Y Fowler

    in Writing

    Shelley “AjeeDaPoet” Fowler, the author that brought to you the Unprecedented Melodious Words of Ajee Da Poet has now written her debut novel, the compelling Roses Bloom in the Ghetto. 
    Lena Summer Johnson, a young girl who grew up on the impoverished streets of the South Bronx, longed to understand the absence of her deceased father and the nonexistent love from a hateful mother, Robin Johnson who profited off of her daughter’s pain for own selfish desires. Unable to comprehend the difference between love and sex Lena searched out the attention that she craved in the arms of men. Some voluntary, some not. 
    A few months shy of her eighteenth birthday, Lena made a decision to make some much needed money anyway she could. On her short lived quest she runs into Gordon Lenox, an older suave and debonair man who turned her life around, giving her a life that most could only dream of. A life that was wonderful beyond her wildest dreams, made a sudden turn, leaving Lena once again seeking answers about her life. 
    Roses Bloom in the Ghetto will take you through the twists and turns of a young girl transforming into young woman who all of her life just wanted the one thing that no amount of money could buy, love

  • 01:12

    APRI Presents: Davenport and Clarke on Alternative Public Radio International

    in News

    We will dissect the good, the bad, the ugly, the perverted and just plain crazy. We will dig down deep beneath the surface and explore those places that few will go. We are not timed. We are not afraid and we are not people pleasers. Prepare to be shocked, informed, amazed, amused and terrified. Come and join us for the digital ride of your life here on APRI. Reality is grim, deadly, dangerous, hateful, perverted, nasty and demented. Let us expose all that is within.

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