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  • 01:01

    Domestic Violence and HIV in the African Immigrant and Refugee Community

    in Family

    Join Host Fatima Kourouma as she discusses the intersection of Domestic of Violence and HIV/AIDS with guest speakers Grace Aron and Veronica Saccoh, describing the prevalence and intersection of HIV/AIDS and Domestic Violence in the African Immigrant and Refugee Community, and identifying culturally specific and culturally competent evidence based practice intervention and prevention strategies.

  • 02:30

    SERIOUSIDE: ISIL-America's Problem, Immigrant Reform Delayed, American ISIL

    in Radio

    Welcome to the Seriouside of the jril show.  This morning we will be discussing the following topics:


    SEGMENT 1:  AMERICA’S PROBLEM?


    Another American journalist was beheaded last week by ISIL.  This a huge problem, but is this an American problem?


    SEGMENT 2:  POLITICS AS USUAL?


    President Obama vowed earlier this year that he would take on immigrant reform on his own using his executive powers.  However, this week the president changed his tune, politics as usual?


    SEGMENT 3:  AMERICANS FIGHTING ABROAD


    Douglas McArthur McCain grew up a fan of Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls, last week he was killed in Syria while fighting for ISISL.  Why are Americans joining fight?

  • 01:17

    An Immigrant Story

    in Lifestyle

    Behind every newly ordained citizen come incredible tales of faraway lands, of individuals consumed with hope, and their unshakable determination. An Immigrant Story seeks to highlight the journeys of those that left behind everything in pursuit of a better life abroad. We discuss fond memories of native lands, transitions to a new life in America, and reflections of how far life has led them thus far. Callers are more than welcome to share their impressions or similar experiences during designated breaks throughout the interview, given roughly every 20-30 minutes. (Or you can post on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AnImmigrantStory)
    Today's episode features Raymond Gager, although born in Indonesia he has grown up and lived in a staggering amount of countires that span the entire globe. Listen to find out more about his life as a global citizen and why he decided to finally move to Dallas, Texas.
    Music by Oliver Tank in order of played:
    Help You Breathe
    Last Night I Heard Everything in Slow Motion
    Check out Oliver Tank at: https://www.facebook.com/olivertankmusic
    Crowned Rebellion's Kickstarter Page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/269290109/crowned-rebellion-magazine

  • 01:14

    An Immigrant Story

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight we will be paying homage to all our past participants by playing selections of their interviews. If you want to hear more, check out their full shows by clicking the link by their name:
    Marzena Olivo http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/06/26/an-immigrant-story
    Alejandro Casso http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/07/03/an-immigrant-story
    Laura McCormick http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/07/10/an-immigrant-story
    Margot Wiebe http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/07/17/an-immigrant-story
    Mohamed Ahmed http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/07/24/an-immigrant-story
    John Leigh http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/07/31/an-immigrant-story
    Julianna Pearce http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/08/07/an-immigrant-story
    Raymond Gager http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crownedrebellion/2012/08/14/an-immigrant-story

  • 01:24

    An Immigrant Story

    in Lifestyle

    Behind every newly ordained citizen come incredible tales of faraway lands, of individuals consumed with hope, and their unshakable determination. An Immigrant Story seeks to highlight the journeys of those that left behind everything in pursuit of a better life abroad. We discuss fond memories of native lands, transitions to a new life in America, and reflections of how far life has led them thus far. Callers are more than welcome to share their impressions or similar experiences during designated breaks throughout the interview, given roughly every 20-30 minutes. (Or you can post on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AnImmigrantStory)
    Today's episode features Julianna Pearce, an immigrant from Hungary who left behind the Soviet Occupation Zone to start a new life in America with her husband.
    Music by The Shakers in order of played:
    Real Fast Plane
    Tail Lights
    Check out The Shakers at: http://www.ilovetheshakers.com
    Crowned Rebellion's Kickstarter Page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/269290109/crowned-rebellion-magazine

  • 00:30

    Carmela Cattuti: The struggles of an Italian immigrant girl

    in Books


    Carmela Cattuti's BETWEEN THE CRACKS is the based on a true tale of a young girl's journey from Sicily to America in the early 20th century.


    It begins with the horrors of the volcanic eruption, and resulting earthquake of Mt. Etna, and the loss that begins this brave heroine's quest for answers she may never find.


    Based on the story of her aunt, this is a very human and moving account of the immigrant struggle.

  • 00:35

    return to radio

    in Politics

    I will talk about mumia,the move 9,Oscar lopEz,immigrant rights,black lives matter and so much more

  • 01:00

    Guest:John Axelrad/Editor/The Immigrant

    in Movies

    John Axelrad, A.C.E. recently finished editing THE IMMIGRANT, his third collaboration with director James Gray. The feature film, starring Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, and Jeremy Renner, premiered in competition at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and will be released by The Weinstein Company. Axelrad’s other films with James Gray (TWO LOVERS with Joaquin Phoenix and Gwyneth Paltrow, and WE OWN THE NIGHT with Joaquin Phoenix and Mark Wahlberg), also premiered in competition at Cannes (in 2008 and 2007, respectively). In between those films, Axelrad edited thethriller GONE for Lakeshore and Summit Entertainment, the romantic comedy SOMETHING BORROWED, starring Kate Hudson and Ginnifer Goodwin, for Alcon Entertainment and Warner Bros, and the Miramax romantic comedy THE SWITCH,
    starring Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman. In 2009, Axelrad edited Fox Searchlight’s critically acclaimed CRAZY HEART (starring Jeff Bridges) for director Scott Cooper.Earlier credits for Axelrad include James Gunn’s horror/comedy SLITHER,
    directors Danny and Oxide Pang’s horror/thriller THE MESSENGERS, and Sony Screen Gems’ horror/thriller BOOGEYMAN. He was also an additional editor on David
    Koepp’s STIR OF ECHOES, starring Kevin Bacon and Kathryn Erbe. In 2002, Axelrad served as editor on the pilot and 11 episodes of CBS’ television series HACK. Axelrad began his editing career mentored by some of the best editors in Los
    Angeles, including working as an assistant editor for Anne V. Coates, OUT OF SIGHT, ERIN BROCKOVICH, Debra Neil-Fisher, UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL and Bruce Green, HOME ALONE 3 and WHILE YOU WERE SLEEPING. Presently: "Rudderless," a feature directed by William H. Macy.  You can email your questions to 123filmeasy@gmail.com Link: www.123FilmEasy.com. Follow us on Twitter @123Film

     

  • 01:30

    An Immigrant Story

    in Lifestyle

    Behind every newly ordained citizen come incredible tales of faraway lands, of individuals consumed with hope, and of their unshakable determination. An Immigrant Story seeks to highlight the journeys of those that left behind everything in pursuit of a better life abroad. We discuss fond memories of native lands, transitions to a new life in America, and reflections of how far life has led them thus far. Callers are more than welcome to share their impressions or similar experiences during designated breaks throughout the interview, given roughly every 20-30 minutes.

    Today's episode features Mohamed Ahmed, an immigrant from Ethiopia who fled as a refugee in the late 1970s.

    Music in order of played:

    This Place is Shelter by Olafur Arnalds

    Tomorrow's Song by Olafur Arnalds
    Check out Olafur Arnalds at: http://livingroomsongs.olafurarnalds.com/
    Crowned Rebellion's Kickstarter Page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/269290109/crowned-rebellion-magazine

  • 01:29

    An Immigrant Story

    in Lifestyle

    Behind every newly ordained citizen come incredible tales of faraway lands, of individuals consumed with hope, and of their unshakable determination. An Immigrant Story seeks to highlight the journeys of those that left behind everything in pursuit of a better life abroad. We discuss fond memories of native lands, transitions to a new life in America, and reflections of how far life has led them thus far. Callers are more than welcome to share their impressions or similar experiences during designated breaks throughout the interview, given roughly every 20-30 minutes.

    Today's episode features Margot Wiebe, an immigrant from Germany born in 1930.

    Music in order of played:

    Embrace by Oliver Tank featuring Fawn (http://soundcloud.com/cpragency/oliver-tank-embrace-feat-fawn)
    Hurricane by Boom Boom Boom (http://boomboomboom.bandcamp.com/album/of-bricks-and-wood)
    Footnotes by The Silent Comedy

    (http://soundcloud.com/the-silent-comedy)

  • 01:20

    An Immigrant Story

    in Lifestyle

     
     
    Behind every newly ordained citizen come incredible tales of faraway lands, of individuals consumed with hope, and their unshakable determination. An Immigrant Story seeks to highlight the journeys of those that left behind everything in pursuit of a better life abroad. We discuss fond memories of native lands, transitions to a new life in America, and reflections of how far life has led them thus far. Callers are more than welcome to share their impressions or similar experiences during designated breaks throughout the interview, given roughly every 20-30 minutes. (Or you can post on the Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/AnImmigrantStory)
    Today's episode features John Leigh, an immigrant from England who had every intention of staying in America for only a short 6 months.
    Music by D Henry Fenton & the Elizabethians in order of played:
    Anne
    Time For Moving On
    Transcending
    Check out D Henry Fenton & the Elizabethians at: http://www.dhenryfenton.com/
    Crowned Rebellion's Kickstarter Page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/269290109/crowned-rebellion-magazine