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Essence bestselling author of "For Every Love There Is A Reason" ; Kenda Bell ; will pull hot topics from the web. Guest co-host Coco Storm will toss on the table Loren Feldman of Media 1938's "Tech Niggah" scandal that put Verizon in the hot seat. Did it offend you? Why or Why not? Second 1/2 hour, we will talk about Jessie Jackson "wanting to cut Obama's n*ts" off. Whoa... what's that about? If we have time we will hit on Mos Def's ex-wife Alana Wyatt who is poised to pen a tell all book...aft
On the Jul 30th edition of “The Current w/ Kenda Bell”,after CoCo & Kenda chop up the hot news topics, the phone lines and chat room will be open to all organizations, community activists and non-profit based entities that have decided to be agents of change in their communities.
Special guest, Phillip Jackson of "The Black Star Project" shares the 300 city "Million Father March" project. Before you shrug and say you have put up your marching shoes,listen to the innovative solution based program...it's not what you may think it is.
We need workers, not leaders. Such workers will solve the problems which race leaders talk about.
Carter G. Woodson
Essence bestselling author Kenda Bell will discuss the first installment of CNN - Black In America , Black Women and The Family. Guest Co- host CoCo Storm & www.mahoganybutterfly.com founder and editor Nicole Brown will discuss images of Black Women and the CNN Special. Did they get it right? Did they get it wrong? What would have liked to see? Of, course you the listener are the most honored special guest.
Essence bestselling author of "For Every Love There Is A Reason" ; Kenda Bell and guest co-host Coco Storm will discuss whether or not the recent NewYorker Magazine cover of the Obama's are satirical or racial offensive. Also, the debate is on after FoxNews alledges that Jesse jackson used the n-word in association w/comments Obama and the Black Community when he was caught on a "hot mic" last week at the Fox Studios. Did it offend you? Why or Why not?
Posing the question: What is it like to be Black in America". Is the CNN special necessary? What are your reflections of being Black in america, whether Black or non-Black. Have you even thought about it?
Kenda & Coco will be joined by columnist & blogger Natonia Tramell (The Chocolate Girl Chronicle)www.myspace.com/chocolategirlinc.Her work has been featured on www.thedailymocha.com, www.originalthoughtmag.com, & www.helium.com
Being the optimistic realist that I am I still believe there is someone for everybody. Yes, in spite of the dismal reports from singles and married people alike, I maintain that people are spiritually predestined to be with certain people. The quandary is to what degree and for how long? Is it still possible to think that certain relationships are for a lifetime, or have they been reduced to seasonal physical excursions that parlay the spiritual and all but negate the emotional aspects of each other; relinquishing to mental chess games until the king is conquered or the queen neutralized?
Dictionary.com defines trust as reliance on the integrity, strength, ability, surety, etc., of a person or thing; confidence. A simple , straight forward definition right? Not so when asked in terms of affairs of the hearts. When the average individual is asked, the definition takes on a wanes and ebbs; taking a more personalized annotation. Quite of the question respond with multi-layered questions of what ifs, just supposes, or what abouts; peppered with prerequisites that make the question more complex that the above definition would suggest.
It is quite interesting that in the dating sphere, sometimes trust weakens as affections intensify. Shouldn’t your trust expand, the closer you and your mi amour get? You can cite case after case of friends, male & female alike that have gotten got. Of course, you can reflect within and count at least once if not multiple times when trusts was violated and surmise that people just can’t be trusted and put a wall up… trust is just too damn expensive. It can wreck havoc on your mind, body & spirit, not to mention finances or public reputation. Just suppose for a moment that in actuality you have decided not trust “yourself”. Your lesser judgment has lead you astray one too many times, so rather than forgiving your heart (or other parts of yourself) you transpose the self blame to fault finding missions every chance you get. Could it be misdiagnosed inferiority complex?
We ponder the above thoughts and extend it to marriage with our special guest Linda Herman, XYP author of “Consequences: When Love Is Blind"
What if the ultimate example of trust, marriage, is violated? What if the consequences of a broken heart or wreaked finances were the least of your worries?
Black Americans have struggled to make a way out of no way for centuries. Faced with rampant racism and discrimination, industrious Black Americans do for self, launching their own businesses. The number of businesses owned by Black American women grew 322% since 1997, making black females the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States. Women now own 30% of all businesses in the U.S., accounting for some 9.4 million firms. And Black American women control 14% of these companies, or an estimated 1.3 million businesses. The growth in women-owned firms may be due to the lack of fair pay, fair promotion, and family-friendly policies found in corporate America. Women of color are impacted more significantly by all of the negative factors that women face.
The highest concentrations of black woman-owned businesses are in Georgia, Maryland, and Illinois, but Black American women are launching companies in growing numbers across the country. Cassandra Bell-Gash launched a Medicaid waiver care in North Carolina in 2003 and grew the business into a million-dollar venture only to get sabotaged by bureaucratic mumbo-gumbo that delayed payments and interfered with client services forcing her to close in 2008. No untoward findings were made, but the interference caused Ms. Bell-Gash to close her business and regroup. Bell-Gash is unusual among entrepreneurs of any race or gender in that she employed more than just herself. Black American Women have an incredibly steep incline trying to do two things: one is just to be successful, and the other is to create wealth. Cassandra Bell-Gash relaunched her company, Life Provisions,Inc. (LPI) this Spring 2015 saying she was "delayed, but not detered".
Minister Bell will take a look at marriage from the inside out. Make sure to join her on Sunday at 5pm.
Min. Annie Bell, Host of I Reign as well as Chairperson and Executive Director for Wealth Management Ministries, Inc tackles the topic of Child Abuse from the perspective of How Can The Church Combat this? Stay tuned in on Sundays at 5pm.
Episode 2701 - Getting on a Sound Doctrine Diet - Rick Bell
Pastor Rick Bell www.heavenlywarriors.com
Recorded 8-3-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
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