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Its the Tuesday Spot on the D-Hour Radio Network and on this show as always we will be bringing you all the hits from your favorite celebrity, new, amateur, unknown, and up and coming (R&B, Hip Hop, Pop, Rock, and Neo-Soul) artists! We got the Real Men Talking, and many other incredible segments on this show. Today we will be talking with star actor and comedian Brandon T. Jackson about is career and up and coming projects.
LESMA's special holiday edition. We are going to try to stay away from politics and negative stories, and instead talk about the upcoming holiday season and what it means to those who are so often forgotten- our law enforcement officers- and hopefully bringing a smile to your face while you're preparing for the crazy holiday season...
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CJ and Carlos take a look at the NY Jets latest matchup, The Houston Texans. Houston is coming off of a huge win against CIN on MNF and the Jets are trying to shake off their latest loos against BUF. Can gang green find the formula to return to their winning ways? Or, does JJ Watt and the Texans continue their march towards 1st place in the weak AFC South?
Tune in and find out!!!! As always, you can call into the show at 917.889.7042!
Join us tonight at 8est for George Jackson University Radio with our honorary and special guest Greg Thomas, a political activist and university professor who has just returned to the United from Palestine. Mr. Thomas along with Dr. Fayed Abu Al-Hajj, the head of the Abu Jihad center, Dr. Issa Qaraka, the head of the Committee of Prisoner Affairs, and Sahar Francis, the director of Addameer (Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association) were among others on Oct. 20, 2015 in Palestine at The Abu Jihad museum at Al Quds University hosting an international exhibition titled “George Jackson in the Sun of Palestine.” It is the first international exhibit of this center for prisoner movement affairs located in the Abu Dis village of Jerusalem. The exhibition links the Palestinian prisoner struggle with the struggles of other political prisoners around the world. It aims to raise international awareness about the reality of prisoners in general and what the Israeli Occupation State is doing to harass Palestinian prisoners in particular. The ceremonial opening of the exhibition was preceded by a symposium focused on George Jackson, the Black revolutionary prisoner of North America, and his connection to Palestinian struggles, Palestinian writers and Palestinian prisoners. His belief in the Palestinian right to self-determination, a strong belief shared by his comrades, was a central topic of discussion. So tonight on air we are please to be joined by Mr. Thomas as he shares with us all the details about this monumental occasion.
Quite possibly a new show, but for now just warming up. Anything goes
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A Discussion and review of recent shows dealing with
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE ALLEGATIONS
ALLEGATIONS THAT ARISE IN THE COURSE OF CUSTODY DISPUTES
FAMILY COURT/CRIMINAL COURT
ASSESSMENT - CPS
CHILD ADVOCACY CENTERS
REVIEW AND DISCUSSION OF STANDARD OF CARE
STATUS OF PERCEPTION OF FAIRNESS AND EQUAL PROTECTION
CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES-
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Tonight's edition of The C. Nathaniel Brown Show will be out Thanksgiving special featuring some of the authors from EX3 Books, including Tiffany Hill, author of Authentic Me: A Story of Strength, Perseverance and Faith, which is climbing the bestseller lists. Also joining us will be P.F. Little, Sheila B., and Arlene McGuire. EX3 Books VP of Marketing and Recruiting and author of Reflections of the Butterfly: Affirmations for Empowerment will co-host with C. Nathaniel Brown. Feel free to join the discussion and offer your gratitude by calling in to 646-787-1799 or join the discussion in The C. Nathaniel Brown Show group page on FB.
One year ago, police were called to a park in Cleveland with reports of a 'black male waving a pistol'. That black male was 12 year old, 5' 7", 195 lb Tamir Rice. Eyewitness reports are clear that Tamir Rice was reaching for his gun when he was shot and killed by police. What nobody on the scene knew was that the gun he was waving was an airsoft BB gun with the safety markings removed.
The media is playing up this story again as the anniversary date of the event just passed. David and the team are going to discuss this case in depth and what we as LESMA and Blue Justice listeners can do about it.
Belmont Radio is BACK!
Exclusive Interview with L.A. Own Brandon Anthony
The name is Brandon Anthony. He was born and raised in New Orleans, LA on November 21, 1985 at 4:41 am. He resided in New Orleans till the age of 16. He has been acting since 3rd grade starring in " A Sunday Morning Prophecy ". From that he knew he had a passion for acting. He took his talent and started making it a way of life at an early age. He was awarded to participate in the New Orleans Talented and Gifted Arts Program doing shows throughout his middle and high school years. He then came to the conclusion that New Orleans wouldnt be the best place for him and his craft. Brandon Anthony moved to Stone Mountain, GA, with his mother, and attended Stone Mountain High. The high school immediately fell in love with him and started casting him in roles. He still didnt feel as though he was maximazing his potential in his craft. After his departure from Stone Mountain, he later on went to attend Tri-Cities Visual and Performing Arts High School. Artist such as OutKast, XScape, Wingo, Jagged Edge, Keenan Thompson, Saycon Sengbloh, D. Woods, and Shanell (SnL)graduated from the this school. Immediately being drown into the talent that was at the school, he dived into auditioning for school plays. He was casted as a lead in his first high school production. Other shows included Once On This Island, Amen Corner, A River Niger, The Wiz, Cinderalla, and many many more. Another significant moment was a production called "Dont Bother Me I Cant Cope", which he help the school win One Act Competition (Region and State). He was motivated to much more from then on. While being a student at Tri-Cities, he worked with a well-known Atl based director, Freddie Hendricks.
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