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    in Politics

    All wars are bankers wars. To convince Americans to sacrifice their chidren on the altar of greed, there must always be an enemy, an existential threat to "American interests," which are defined as the interests of the international corporations that dictate US foreign policy.

    Since the fall of the Soviet system, that enemy has increasingly been the bogey man of Islamic extremism. After 9/11, that has been defined in the minds of many Americans as being of the Muslim faith. The US government has been diligent in keeping that fear alive, with among other things FBI entrapment schemes that allow them to claim they are foiling terrorist plots when they are actually creating them. In some cases, charges are entirely fabricated.

    Whatever your views on the Muslim religion, you have to realize that the targeting of this or any group is just the first step in dividing the People so that they do not united to fight the real enemy, corporate power over the US governments.

    Laila Yaghi returns to Taking Back America today at 3 PM to talk about her own experience with Islamophobia and the nightmare it has caused her family after her sone fell victim to an FBI effort to prove it is doing its job in the "War on Terror" that masks a very real war on democracy.

    This show was rebroadcast on Saturday, December 7 at 9 AM PST/ 12 PM EST on the Star Com Radio network.

    Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to educate the American public on true costs of corporate control of the US government.

    Know the truth and the truth will set us free.

  • 02:03


    in Lifestyle

    Guest Laila Qadira Yamini Joins Host Baiza R. Muhammad on Healing and Harmony for Humankind to discuss the Spiritual and human essence of the family and all family life.  Imagine, a generation living out the collective force of "Natural" family life.  A life ruled by the power of the 'true' knowledge of (God), "Supreme Lord" of all worlds, the correct understanding of human relationships (the strong bonding ties), and the honorable performance of duties to the whole of humankind!  All for the pleasure of serving "One Creator" of all creation flowing gifts and guidance to the fountain of the human family's unified liviing and abundant life.   Don't miss this episode.  Join us, Invite others. Listen to previous informative archived episodes.

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    Al Diaz, Laila Ghattas "Personal Growth Makes Business Sense"

    in Lifestyle

    Al Diaz and co-host Laila Ghattas share their insights on "Personal Growth Makes Business Sense"

    Wednesday, January 8th  10am PST

    Laila Ghattas absolutely loves leading Self-Discovery workshops around the world. She's passionate about her richly textured vocation as a Gestalt therapist, artist, writer, Reiki practitioner, group facilitator and public speaker. For 25years Laila has practiced in the Healing Arts. She expertly and uniquely combines the healing modalities of psychotherapy, art, and energy work. Otherwise known as The Traveling Therapist, Laila's entrepreneurial dream come true, Aziza Healing Adventures, offers personal growth retreats in breathtakingly beautiful locations in North America and Bali. Since 2004 Laila has immersed herself in the spiritual tapestry of Balinese Hinduism. The wisdom and insight gleaned from ancient traditions, Hindu High Priests and Shamans is infused into all her work. In 2013 LailaGoddess Gorgeous Comfort was launched, bringing healing into the garment industry with her Feel Good Silks- hand made Balinese batik loungewear. Between journeys Laila hangs out in Toronto, Canada where she has a private practice and enchanted garden. www.aziza.ca


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    Topically Yours- D'Angela Proctor, TV One’s SVP of Original Programming & Prod

    in Entertainment

    Topically Yours host Deardra Shuler talks w/D’Angela Proctor,TV One’s Sr VP of Original Programming and Production, about TV One's 2015-16 season, specifically their 1 hr true crime show, 'For My Man" which premiered on  Mon, Sept. 7 at 10 p.m. ET.  The show sheds light on the outrageous and shocking stories of women who have been arrested for a crime they committed in the name of love.

    Ms. Proctor provides strategic direction of all original programming and oversees all development and current production for the network. Proctor joined TV One from Strange Fruit Media, where she was a co-owner and co-president.  In the 15-year history of the company, Proctor developed, created and/or produced music videos, live music and comedy recordings, documentaries, feature films and television series.  

    Proctor has worked in the television genre serving as Executive Producer and Creative Consultant to BET from 2008 to 2010.  During her stint there, she developed multiple film and television concepts, executive produced "The Family Crews", "Vindicated" and "Sunday Best," which earned the 43rd Annual NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Reality Series in 2011.  Most recently, Proctor created the upcoming OWN docu-reality series, “Crazy. Sexy. Life.”   Proctor executive produced the "Family Reunion" television series and the "Daddy's Girl" Laila Ali documentary for the network.  Prior to that, Proctor produced television series "Exalted" and "One Night Only" and feature films "The Seat Filler" and "Book of Love," among others.

    Previously, Proctor practiced law at Reed, Smith, Shaw & McClay in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Spelman College and a Juris Doctorate from Duquesne University.

  • 01:01


    in Politics

    Since 9/11, Americans have seen their civil liberties infringed in ways previously unimaginable. Fear is used as a weapon against citizens who have learned to view every Muslim as a potential terrorist. The corporate media has further inflamed the hysteria by claiming that the US government has been infiltrated by individuals who want to impose Sharia law on all of us.What Americans in the grip of fear and unreasoning anger do not appreciate is that the trick of demonizing minority groups to divide citizens and divert them from the true danger in their midst is as old as war itself. They do not seem to realize that when the government comes for them, there will be no one left to speak for them.On December 12 our guest on Taking Back America was Laila Yaghi, who told us the story of her personal agony and that of her son, who was imprisoned for waht amounts to guilt by association. When you hear the details you will wonder to what extent you can trust the US government to ensure your civil rights.Until we can learn to see each other as fellow Americans and citizens of the world community, there is no hope for democracy in America or the world. We are all in this together and only together can we assure our children a world where liberty and justice for all is not just a nice idea.To find out more about Ziyad's case go to Laila's website here.This show was broadcast on Saturday, February 2 on the Star Com Radio network.Take Back America for the People is an educational nonprofit whose mission is to reveal to the American public the true costs of corporate control of the US government.

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    Laila Ibrahim Discusses Yellow Crocus

    in Entertainment

    We are discussing the relationship between a slave and her charge.

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    Jeff Mayweather Show - Laila Ali

    in Sports

    Jeff Mayweather and Alexz Yzerman are joined by the one and only Laila Ali.  Daughter of the iconic Muhammad Ali, Laila has carved out her own legacy as a boxer, model, author, and television personality.  
    Be sure to tune in each week as we are joined by some of the biggest names in boxing.

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    Brain Fitness for Total Health

    in Lifestyle

    With Hosts Laila Q. and A. J. Hakim Yamini. This is an archived recording. Live show was broadcast: Monday June 8, 2015.


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    E155: Laila Hansen, Roy Solis, Myra Rolen

    in Entertainment

    Guests are: Laila Hansen, Roy Solis, Myra Rolen