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This week, we start with alcoholism, then on to socialism, sexism, and a myraid of other isms...probably racism, agism, classism...we can go deeper into philosphical isms, like atheism, spiritualism, skepticism, hedonism...it's Speak Free, join the conversation online, in chat or on the air at 858-777-5945. Wednesday, October 5, 2011 @ 9p est/6p pst
Get caught up on the latest Purchasing Manager’s Index (PMI) number from Brad Holcomb, chair of the ISM’s Manufacturing Business Survey Committee who issues the Manufacturing Report on Business(R), followed by Tom Derry, CEO of ISM who will announce ISM’s new mastery model for advanced expertise in purchasing and supply chain careers.
Most people are unaware that classical singers face many of the same roadeblocks that actors face when it comes to typecasting and stereotypes. Today we take an interesting look at "Fach-isms", vocal stereotypes and you can learn to love it, accept it, work with it, but most importantly "lean in" to it.
My guest for today is international operatic sensation, Phillip K. Bullock. Phillip is a native of Washington D. C., has been featured in recitals, concerts, and operas both nationally and internationally. Recently, Mr. Bullock performed the role of Jake in Porgy and Bess at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, Mexico. Mr. Bullock has also been seen in performances of Porgy and Bess in Copenhagen, Denmark with the Royal Danish Opera. Other notable operatic performances include Figaro in Le nozze di Figaro, Papageno in the Magic Flute, John Brook in Mark Adamo's Little Women, the Marquis D'Obgny in La Traviata, and Jake Wallace in last season's production of La Fanciulla del West with Kentucky Opera. In summer of 2015, in addition to making his debut with Maryland Lyric Opera, Mr. Bullock was the baritone soloist in Brahms' Ein Deutsches Requiem with the National Music Festival Orchestra. This upcoming season, as a Young Artist with Kentucky Opera, he can be seen in performances of Verdi’s Macbeth, and various concerts and recitals.
Would you like to learn more about Phillip? Visit his website! Visit http://www.phillipbullock.com/
The future isn't just about technological change. Some of the biggest changes we have ever seen and can expect ever to see occur in the realm of ideas.
With that in mind, hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon contemplate the future of some of the mostly dearly held and hotly debated of all ideas.
Which isms will be more relavent in the future, which less? Which isms will be confirmed? And which have no future at all?
Tune in and explore!
Today is the Birthday of our most prolific example of a Black Father, a Black Leader, a Black Brother, a Muslim with morals, a Black Husband that knew his duty to provide for his wife and children and to protect them from all harm. On February 13, 1965 the Nation of Islam bombed the house of Malcolm El Haji Malik Shabazz. Having the instincts of a warrior he safely evacuated his family and still made an engagement to the people of Detroit. "The newly awakened people all over the world pose a problem for what's known as Western interests, which is imperialism, colonialism, racism, and all these other negative isms or vulturistic isms. Just as the external forces pose a grave threat, they can now see that the internal forces pose an even greater threat. But the internal forces pose an even greater threat only when they have properly analyzed the situation and know what the stakes really are. Just by advocating a coalition of Africans, Afro-Americans, Arabs, and Asians who live within the structure, it automatically has upset France, which is supposed to be one of the most liberal--heh!--countries on earth, and it made them expose their hand. England the same way. And I don't have to tell you about this country that we are living in now. So when you count the number of dark-skinned people in the Western Hemisphere you can see that there are probably over 100 million. When you consider Brazil has two-thirds what we call colored, or nonwhite, and Venezuela, Honduras and other Central American countries, Cuba and Jamaica, and the United States and even Canada--when you total all these people up, you have probably over 100 million. And this 100 million on the inside of the power structure today is what is causing a great deal of concern for the power structure itself."
This episode will discuss the new variances of the North and the South and City and Rural culture. Have we created a new civil war? We will discuss the civil war of 1800s and look at what is happening in the Northern and Southern states today. We will examine lifestyle, culture, social and economic issues and racism and the other isms that led to the Civil War of the 1800s. There are differences, but the variances are still very much the same.
Rose Colombo N The Justice Club welcomes Jerry Zerg, author of an excellent book, Abraham and Obama. Mr. Zerg explains the relationshiop between Abraham and Obama as well as the "Isms" effecting our very lives everyday since the Age of Obama that we've been experiencing over the past 7 years as well as Rose's Commentary on the issues of the day. Listen Live every MWF 9am-10:30am pst and 12-1:30p est - all shows archived at Freedomizer or a www.rose4justice.com
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THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: The “isms” most common in American daily dialogue include sexism, racism, individualism and cynicism. However, there are over 200 different “isms.” Each term and its associated thoughts and actions represent a philosophical, political or moral doctrine or a belief system. In the United States today, our society’s philosophies, politics and belief systems vary in many ways and for many reasons. Some positions taken are viewed as essential to our country’s democracy. Most are honesty embraced by passionate believers. However, they all have at least one thing in common. They generally find a way to discriminate, in some form, against other Americans. Americans who, in spite of the realities, must also strive to live a full life. How have Americans historically succeeded and excelled against such odds?
Matthew C. Whitaker, Ph.D. is currently ASU Foundation Professor of History and the founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. He holds a BA in sociology and a BA in history from Arizona State University and a Ph.D. in history from Michigan State University. He specializes in U.S. history, African American history and life, civil rights, race relations, social movements, sports and society, and the American West. He is also the owner and CEO of The Whitaker Group, LLC, a human relations, cultural competency, and diversity consulting firm. He is the author of a new book titled, “Peace Be Still: Modern Black America from World War II to Barack Obama.”
Join Life Coach Ade for “Poetically Healing: The Power of Poetry to Heall the "Isms"” on the Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show.
We often hear that sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt us. We also know that’s not true. Words can be constructive or destructive. We have a choice in how we use them. When some of the top spoken word artists use their words, words can actually become a “Healing spell."
Featured Artists include:
Maya Angelou - http://mayaangelou.com/
Jon Jorgenson - www.jonjorgensonblog.com/wya-revolution.html
Marc Marcel - http://marcmarcel.com/
Lauren Zuniga - http://laurenzuniga.com/
Propaganda - http://humblebeast.com
Join Life Coach Ade for poetry and conversation.Let's find out how these words move you to bloom where you are planted.
Call in 347 426 3346 or post your questions on "Ask Life Coach Ade Radio Show" fan (LIKE) page on Facebook.
Also, don't miss Celestial Moment with Celeste Morgan. She offers the energy of the day!
For more information about Life Conversations Radio visit www.LifeConversationsMedia.com
We have been talking about it for two year now. It is time to put it all on the line. We are going to summarize as many of Albert's favorite "words" or "phrases" that are not necessarily in the dictionary.
This should be a fun program. You will find there is more meaning to these Albertisms. If nothing else, the stories behind the Albertisms will bring joy to your heart. You will want to start your own "isms."
Call in with your own Albertisms on our toll free number 877-257-6517 here on THE MAN CAVE FORUM.
Time for my weekly 2 hours of commentary, ranting, speculating and truth telling about the things I think are important. Come along... listen in... join the chat room... call in if you feel like it... tell your friends and enemies as well as your casual aquaintances to listen to the Pinko the Bear Show - tonight at 11 PM Eastern on the net from the blogtalkradio platform and streming in your computer or phone browser. Podcast edition will be available shortly after the show.
Likely topics? Well... anything related to capitalism-imperialism, socialism, communism, activism, and unionism... plus whatever other isms happen to come to mind.
Slaud, Pinko the Bear
Welcome to the RLS Network where we provide Real Life Solutions to Real Life Situations for Christ-Centered living.
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