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About Russell Rillie....
I see the churches, but where is THE CHURCH?
Russell M. Rillie was born on July 28th, 1971, the 3rd child to Murray James Rillie & Rosebud Rillie in Brooklyn, New York. Having been deeply rooted in all church activities as a child, Russell joined The Little Zion Baptist Church in 1978, under the leadership of his spiritual father, the Late Reverend Dr. Willie R. Bryant. After years of denying the call on his life, Russell finally accepted the call after God spoke to him in a dream asking him, "Why are you NOT preaching My Word"? On December 17th, 2006, Russell gave his Initial Sermon at The Little Zion Baptist Church, under the Pastorate of Reverend Leon Allen Ross. His subject was "I'm Tired Of Running". On October 17, 2010, Minister Russell M. Rillie was Ordained with full rights and privileges by the Pastor, Officers and Members of The Little Zion Baptist Church. Hearing the Voice of God yet again, Reverend Rillie began to fulfill the vision given unto to him in 2006 regarding the planting of a Ministry & Church in The City of Poughkeepsie. On February 28, 2013, a meeting was held for the purposes of establishing The Latter House based Haggai 2:9 The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the Lord of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the Lord of hosts.
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Stage Right is the show that asks the question, "why are there so few conservative voices in the theatre (and the arts in general)?" On today's show we will begin to review Russell Kirk's essay, "The Age of Sentiments" and apply it to the contemporary theatre scene.
Real artistry is about peeling back the layers of your soul and allowing the creative truth to take form. Russell Taylor taps into that creative space and unlocks a masterpiece in his latest musical offering, War of Hearts, on his own Indigo Blue label.
Far from a novice in the music game, Russell – a self-professed nomad – has poured out his heart and soul on the world stages, including stops in London, Amsterdam and Paris as well as famed stateside venues from The Mint and The Roxy in Los Angeles to SOB’s and Joe’s Pub in New York. Russell’s previous offerings Somewhere In Between(2007) and Confessional, a Soultracks.com ‘must have records’ (2010) – are sprinkled with gentle gems that have satisfied the appetites of music lovers worldwide.
Russell’s (aka Rt!) 3rd studio album “War of Hearts”, includes collaborations with Grammy award winning producer Needlz (Lil’ Wayne, Bruno Mars, Drake, Lupe Fiasco, K Michelle), Tim Kvanosky of Tiny Hearts and Salakida Kali. In early 2014, Russell Taylor becomes the first to win the coveted “You Oughta Know” distinction after beating over four hundred competitors in VH1’s first ever crowd-sourced contest on Artists.VH1.com, VH1’s music discovery site and join the ranks of famous “You Oughta Know” alumni including Adele, Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran, Lorde, The Lumineers, Mumford & Sons and many more. “An emerging artists with diverse musical influences and incredible talent, Russell Taylor is the embodiment of what the ‘You Oughta Know’ franchise is all about”, said Rick Krim, EVP Music and Talent Programming, VH1.
Russell Means, AIM Co-founder Speaks on Matriarchy
Russell Means has lived a life like few others in this century - revered for his selfless accomplishments and remarkable bravery. He was born into a society and guided by way of life that gently denies the self in order to promote the survival and betterment of family and community. His culture is driven by tradition, which at once links the past to the present.
The L.A. Times has called him the most famous American Indian since Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. His indomitable sense of pride and leadership has become embedded in our national character. Today, his path has brought him to Hollywood, thus enabling him to use different means to communicate his vital truths. Through the power of media, his vision is to create peaceful and positive images celebrating the magic and mystery of his American Indian heritage. In contemplating the fundamental issues about the world in which we live, he is committed to educating all people about our most crucial battle - the preservation of the earth.
Thirty years ago, reflecting the consciousness of the sixties, he captured national attention when he led the 71-day armed takeover on the sacred grounds of Wounded Knee, a tiny hamlet in the heart of South Dakota's Pine Ridge Reservation. Means joined "The Longest Walk" in 1978 to protest a new tide of anti-Indian legislation including the forced sterilization of Indian women. Following the walk, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a resolution saying that national policy was to protect the rights of Indians, to believe, express and exercise their traditional religions, including but not limited to access to sites, use and possession of sacred objects, and the freedom to worship through ceremonials and traditional rites.
At the end of his celebrated life, with the same passionate determination, he directed his energy towards the entertainment industry.
Welcome to the debut show of Bragging Rights.
The first hour of the debut show is the never-ending Russell Wilson vs. Andrew Luck debate. Representing Russell Wilson is Sam (@hwkbgr) and representing Andrew Luck is David (@D_Palm34).
The second hour we have Corey (@angrybirds5150), a Seahawks fan living in the San Francisco area sharing about his experience. Also Joe Michaels from Build The Tip (@BuildTheTip) shares about the crowdsourcing project to build a statue to forever remember the famous tip by Richard Sherman that led to a Malcolm Smith interception to help seal the win by the Seattle Seahawks in the NFC Championship. To donate, go to www.buildthetip.com.
Special thanks to our sponsors, www.stickersnorthwest.com and www.enlyten.com. You can also follow them on Twitter at @StickersNW and @Enlytenofficial.
Assemblywoman Addie Russell talks about the Women's Equality Act and the new Women's Equality Party
I Welcome World Champion Pole Fitness Icon Zoraya Judd To The Russell Reed Show, Zoraya is a World Class Arerial Pole Artist, Mother of 2, Competitor and Instructor. She is performing Around the Word as a member of Zen Arts, Zoraya's goal is to continue to show people the art and fitness side of aerial pole. She Absolutely Loves Everything That Has To Do With Pole. She has traveled The World Many Times Over To Teach and Perform Her Talents On The World Stage Of Pole
Special Guest Darryl Hill, who was the first-ever black acc football player
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Tune in as the Sistas chat with Russell Stevensen, author of For the Cause of Righteousness: A Global History of Black and Mormonism, 1830 - 2013. Russell's newest work seeks to explore the story of blacks and Mormonism through an intimate lens, focusing not only on the experiences of church leaders but also the ordinary Latter-day Saint: the day laborer nervous about his African ancestry, the West African woman establishing her own ‘Mormon’ congregation, the Pat Boone-loving Mormon missionary in Africa and the Black Panther musing on the Mormons’ wasted potential. Robert Orsi has argued that religion ‘comes into being in an ongoing, dynamic relationship with realities of everyday life.’ Race was both a spoken and lived experience. The Mormon people witnessed it, felt it, and absorbed it. But for the Mormon people, racism was also a conscious decision—and one that exacted a heavy toll during their epoch in the wilderness.