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  • 00:30

    What are Creoles doing?

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    This segment is here to inform the masses on "Creole Work". We will play a few Zydeco songs, and talk with Charles Jolivette about his newest project, "Bayou Babies" and what this entreprenuer is doing to bring his Creole culture to the world. Also, iamcreole founder and host, EJ will talk about the projects the organization is working on. 


    VIVE LE KULTURE CREOLE LA LWIZYAN!

  • 01:00

    Who Dat Singing, is dat the Creole1Queen? PT. 1

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    On today's exciting show we will be talking about the funds needed to be raised in order to take the iamcreole and iamcreoleNetworks to the next level of bringing forth the Louisiana Creole community. Also, we will have New Orleans Native ASHLEY FORRESTIER known for the "Who Dat (Going to the Superbowl) song" on air! We will interview the "Creole1Queen" and hear her amazing talent as the New Orleans Native who now calls Houston home rises to the TOP!

  • 01:30

    Adam Hymans: Heritage, Creativity, & Innovation

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    Adam is the owner and blogger at AdamHymans.com | Cultural Capital for the Conversation Age
    He is also a consultant, trainer, speaker, historian, artist, cultural critic and cultural entrepreneur.He is currently Manager of Marketing and New Media at a Congreso de Latinos Unidos, a nationally recognized, socially innovative Latino non-profit organization in Philadelphia. Adam is the co-founder, along with Eric Cortes and Anamary Marquez, of the Philadelphia chapter of Latinos in Social Media (LatISM), the largest national organization for social media professionals and non-professionals that produce and consume Latino-based content. Adam was part of the development of the award winning Lehigh Valley Black African Heritage History Project as well as several other cultural and linguistic preservation projects. Adam was educated in the United States and Germany and is a graduate of Cornell University, where he concentrated in the anthropology of religion and aesthetics, German literary criticism, political theory, and film. Adam brings public awareness to the history and experience of multi-ethnic peoples. His own mixed ancestry and cultural background is multi-generational. It includes Spanish & Portuguese Jewish (Sephardic), Dutch, French Creole (French, Spanish, African), French Huguenot, Cherokee, Lenni-Lenape, and Scottish ancestries.Adam considers himself incredibly fortunate to have many “cultural capitalists” among his family, friends, and social networks. Join Iamcreole Radio as we talk with Adam and find out exactly what a "Cultural Capitalist" is.

  • 00:32

    Creoles Speak On Identity

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    Beaumont native, Lady Drama also known as Shannon Lwiz Boutté is a talented new air personality. Lady Drama wears many hats as student, writer, advocate and preservationist. She is a former student of Prairie View A& M University, where she studied drama. She currently attends Lamar University, where she studies theatre and is an active member of Xi Delta Chi Community service sorority and the International Thespian Society. She has 10 years of experience in Technical theater/Stage Acting and 7years in Video Production. Lady Drama is very passionate about her craft and her Creole Heritage. This passion brought forth the opportunity of co-hosting Season 1 of IAMCREOLE Radio. As the co-host, she provided listeners insight to the Creole Culture and and showcased many Creole celebrities and new Creole music artists. Her latest project is her blog, "Chronicles of Lady Drama" which Enlightens Readers with Culture. Lady Drama Currently hosts a show on the force 925 call " Ki ça di with lady drama" it airs every thursday night from 8-Midnight CST on www.theforce925.net.

  • 01:03

    Louisiana Breed LOS ANGELES inspired

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    This episode of the iamcreoleRadio should help us all to be inspired to follow our dreams and shoot for the moon, because we may always land amongst the stars. This show I will be interviewing Keithian De' Von as an actor, Keithian has appeared in over 20 commercials and has hosted the WB's "Teen Talk". He also guest-starred in Walker Texas Ranger, Girlfriends, and Barbershop: The Series. Plus he has appeared in feature films such as You Got Served, Sonny, and Blood Diamond.

    In 2009, Keithian is working on his own upcoming solo debut album and working with producers like Timbaland, Danja, The Stereotypes, Underdogs, and Will.i.am; while also making time to write for artists such as The cat Dolls, Jennifer Hudson, Ashlee Simpson, Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Britney Spears, Chris Brown, and Mario.

  • 01:02

    Language et ZYDEBusiness

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    The French language is the founding langauge of Louisiana. The Louisiana Creole and Cajun all can trace roots to a French speaking community within the state. However, the 1900s was a very anti-French century for Louisiana. The langauge was forced out of the communities and English forced in, there are still Francophone communities within Louisiana. However, an organization named CODOFIL is now working to bring French as a main language of South Louisiana once again, more than 1,000 children in the Lafayette area now attend a French immersion school, CODOFIL community organizer Elaine Clement will be on the show to talk about the efforts. Also, the SOLO ZYDECO PRODUCTIONS is perhaps the largest Creole Events company in Texas, they plan several Creole centered events within the Houston area annually. For example, the Solo Zydeco Festival in March and the Juneteenth Festival in June both using big named Creole artist to attract thousands from the Houston metro. We will talk with Texas born but Creole man, Troy Barrett about this ZYDEBusiness! All of this and more with your host, EJCreoleBoy.

  • 01:00

    Welcome Back Season TWO

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    This show is dedicated to welcoming back our listeners worldwide. We will talk about new and upcoming things taking place within the iamcreole organization. We will also have some BON TEMP New Orleans Jazz, Creole Zydeco, and good music to get your VENDRENDI (Friday) going! I will be your host, EJCreoleBoy

  • 01:00

    Etouffee and Gumbo People

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    This week IamCreole serves up a tasty novel, from a leading literary Creole word chef, and delivers an in-depth look at the meaning of Louisiana Creole and Cajun cultures.