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Join Lee and Jale as they talk about the importance of Opera in the past and how we are affected by Opera today. Mikis Theodorakis, a Greek composer and politician who suffered so much for sustained democracy in his homeland is our beautiful mind of the day. In our sience segment we will continue our discussion on Co-dependency.
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@6 p.m. Samuel Simmons talks about the upcoming Black Me Healing Conference in the mid-west. The focus of this year's conference is Black Men Healing the Village. The conference is held at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota
@7 p.m. Sylvia Lafair, Ph.D. is President of Creative Energy Options, Inc. (CEO), a global consulting company that targets and transforms workplace patterns for success. Dr. Lafair’s programs and executive coaching impact individuals and teams to decrease conflict and increase productivity.
Host: Verona Mitchell, Ph.D. is host and producer of myCulturalConversations Online. She is CEO/Founder of Cultives & Associates Consulting and works as an Adjunct Professor at the College of St. Scholastica in St. Paul
The Hip-Hop Generation:Unmasking Success for Educating Urban Students
Pike Metropolitan School District (IN) is successfully changing negative images of its schools and successfully educating most of its students. Show hosts and guests will discuss their road map for change and positive outcomes that are occurring for urban students in this award-winning district. Join us for enaging conversation and learning and specific strategies to advance a school district to the next level of excellence.
♥Tonight we are preparing for the 40th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards and RHeart will be on the red carpet! We'll be chatting wtih David Michaels (co-executive producer & Senior EP for Emmys) and Dave Levine (co-executive producer & EP Showbiz Tonight) about this years' broadcast and find out what's been going on behind the scenes!
♥Some of you might know one of my favorite show is True Blood, which returns for Season 6 on June 16th. Join us tonight as we revisit the first 5 episodes and preview season 6!
♥We'll also chat about the Tony Awards, as well as Critics Choice Awards and Phylicia will us her best dressed picks! Then stick around for our soap updates & GH chat!
David Harvey David Harvey is an independent paranormal researcher with extensive experience on residential cases and historic sites. David is the former historian and researcher for The Pasadena Paranormal Research Society,the co-producer, co-host music director for Altered States Paranormal Radio Podcast http://aspararadio.wordpress.com/ David is also a member of The Paranormal Consultation Network: http://paranormalconsultationnetwork.wordpress.com/ David gives numerous lectures and radio interviews on the topic of the Paranormal and is the instructor for the upcoming “Things Shouldn't Go Bump in the Night: Paranormal Investigations in Museums and Historic Sites” for Museum Classes Online (http://museumclasses.org/)
David has over 30 years experience in the museum and cultural preservation fields. He has been a museum blacksmith, an archaeologist, and historian. His long current career as a professional museum consulting to The Metropolitan Museum of Art , among others and a close encounter with the first artifacts that were raised from the RMS Titanic. David has been interviewed by NPR, “All Things Considered” and his research into early American Iron making was featured on the PBS Show, “The Woodwright’s Shop”. His professional conservation website is: www.CityOfAngelsConservation.weebly.com
Marcus Garvey meets Gil Scott Heron
Gil Scott-Heron was born in Chicago, Illinois.His mother, Bobbie Scott-Heron, was an opera singer who performed with the New York Oratorio Society. Scott-Heron's father, Gil Heron, nicknamed "The Black Arrow," was a Jamaican soccer player in the 1950s who became the first black athlete to play for the Glasgow Celtic Football Club. Gil's parents separated in his early childhood and he was sent to live with his maternal grandmother, Lillie Scott, in Jackson, Tennessee.When Scott-Heron was 12 years old, his grandmother died and he returned to live with his mother in the Bronx, New York City. He enrolled at DeWitt Clinton High School,but later transferred to The Fieldston School after impressing the head of the English department with one of his writings and earning a full scholarship.As one of five black students at the prestigious school, Scott-Heron was faced with alienation and a significant socioeconomic gap.
Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Jr. was born in St. Ann's Bay, Jamaica to Marcus Mosiah Garvey, Sr., a mason, and Sarah Jane Richards, a domestic worker. Of eleven siblings, only Marcus, the youngest, and his sister Indiana survived until maturity.His family was financially stable given the circumstances of this time period.Therefore, Garvey's father could afford to maintain a large library, and it was from his father that Marcus gained his love for reading. He also attended the elementary schools in St. Ann's Bay during his youth.While attending these schools, Garvey first began to experience racism. When he was younger, he used to be friends and play with his white neighbors. However, when they reached their teenage years, they began to shun him.Sometime in 1900, Garvey entered into an apprenticeship with his uncle, Alfred Burrowes, who also had an extensive library, of which young Marcus made good use
Please join me as I sit down for a few minutes with Josh Wingate. You might remember Josh as one of the creepiest soap opera villains in recent memory, General Hospital's Carter, who popped back up in Port Charles a few days ago. Mr. Wingate has also guest starred in several other projects such as Castle, which happens to be one of my favorite shows of all time. We'll chat about that, his upcoming projects (that he's allowed to talk about) & I'll ask several fun, quirky questions that will allow you guys to get to know him better as a person.
Fashion Model, Teen Speaker, Parent/Teen Coach, Youth Mentor.Desiree Lee is an Ex- Felon, who now shares her prison experience and hard-ships as an Ex-Felon with our youth, in hopes of showing them the reflections of making careless decisions.Currently, pursuing her Bachelors of Science degree in Business Accountancy from Atlanta Metropolitan College in Atlanta, Georgia; Desiree’ is a Youth Mentor with The Adventist Youth Society at West End SDA Community Center.Prior to studying Accountancy of Business, Desiree was an honor student at Shiloh High School in Gwinnett County, a basketball athlete with a promising future in the WNBA ahead of her. That all quickly changed when she was charged with 11 Counts of Armed Robbery and 5 Counts of Aggravated Assault. With 110 years faced against her, an Inmate in State Prison of Georgia. Like many teens, Desiree’ struggled with communicating effectively with her parents, peer-pressure, insecurities, depression and faced with bullying. Upon her release in 2006, she reflected on how she can share her story in positive way that it will impact the lives of our youth. Desiree’ has spoken at various youth organizations including, Martin Luther King High School, in Decatur, Georgia. By using herself as a visual aid, it has proven to be a resourceful tool that helps students retain the reflection of heading down a destructive path. Visit her site www.iamdesireelee.com