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“Ask Dedan Advice Monday is back LIVE tonight at 9:00pm EST, where we’ll be discussing ALL the topics YOU wanna hear, including: the difference between a relationship and a ‘situation’, the reason for Jennifer Hudson’s overly sexual performance at the BET awards, the Malaysian plane that was mysteriously shot down, the real reasons many women take duck face selfies, the difference in middle eastern women and American women, what the Bible says about whorish/promiscuous behavior, Zane’s new movie, “Addicted”, and MANY other topics! Listen LIVE by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshowcom... “REAL Radio that Matters”.
Middle School Elite Marketing & Event Director, Carl Winfree shares details of his excitingew job position, MSE National Select Team and upcoming Boys & Girls camps, combines and tournaments. Also, listen to previous recorded episodes in our archive.We've broadcasted using blogtalkradio.com, since 2010 resulting in four years of experience with Live internet - radio. Dont' miss our next media airwave.
Wayne Allyn Root says Obama is murdering the middle class... by design. Tune in and see if you can keep up with Wayne. He's one of very few people who talk faster than Joe! He's always a kick and chock full of information.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
There are always at least two sides to every story. Have you ever wondered how someone, who saw the same thing you did, walked away telling a vastly different story? Which version was correct? Which one was the REAL story? Actually, both are! It’s just a matter of perspective.
Joe takes the issues… especially the controversial issues (politics, prejudice, religion, illegal immigration)… and brings in people from different sides to share their viewpoint. This is definitely not a fluff piece. And while no one is attacked, the questions are hard-hitting.
But the conversation is always respectful and you’re sure to learn something new, even if you don’t agree!
If you’ve always wondered how the “other side” thinks and how they’ve arrived at their “stand”, then this is the show for you!
It’s not the right side, it’s not the wrong side, but the REAL side of the issues!
Tune in tonite as we interview Middle Eastern Rapper Moh Flow live tonite (9:30pm til 11:30pm Eastern) he will be talking about his career and playing exclusive musiclisten live www.blogtalkradio.com/1stfamradio / www.1stfamradio.com call in live to speak with us (917)889-8297
A fast-moving storm that blew across the Eastern Shore of Virginia on Thursday morning, July 24, 2014, killed two people and injured 30. PilotOnline.com producer Stephanie Arnold speaks to Jeff Orrock, head meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Wakefield, about how to prepare and why so many severe storms seem to be hitting Hampton Roads this year.
Ziad Abbas from Middle East Children's Alliance, joins us today to discuss the work that MECA is doing in Palestine and the Middle East.
MECA is a non-profit organization based in Berkeley, CA that is working for the rights of children in Palestine and the Middle East. Ziad Abbas is a Palestinian refugee from Dheisheh Refugee camp in the West Bank. He is the cofounder of the Ibdaa Cultural Center in Dheisheh where he served as Co-Director from 1994 to 2008.
Ziad is also a journalist who has worked with Palestinian and international media and has participated in the production of several documentary films. He has a Master of Arts in Social Justice and Intercultural Relations from the School for International Training Graduate Institute. Ziad is the Program Manger for Cross-Cultural Programs at the Middle East Children’s Alliance in Berkeley.
Join us as we discuss MECA's humanitarian work and ways to effectively support to stop the violence.
We also have Halima Cassells on today from Detroit. Halima is the Community Outreach Coordinator for People's Food Co-op. She has been part of the organizing to stop the water shut-offs in Detroit, which affect the city's poorest communities.
Tune in as we discuss Palestine and Detriot, the inhumane actions against these communities, solidarity across the globe, and the work that people are doing to create necessary change!
Middle East Children's Alliance: https://www.mecaforpeace.org/
Detriot People's Water Board: https://www.facebook.com/peopleswaterboard
Arab Resource and Organizing Center: http://araborganizing.org/
On the July 9, 2014 episode of Liberal Dan Radio:
Two weeks ago I was the guest of Steven VanderGast, host of Move the Middle on Blog Talk Radio. We had a really good discussion on several issues. This week I welcome him on my podcast for more of the same conversation. Any topic is fair game, so join the discussion.
I will also have headlines, tweet of the week, and more at 8pm Central on Liberal Dan Radio: Talk From The Left, That's Right.
If you are listening after the live broadcast, you can always comment on the show thread on liberaldan.com.
DuEwa Frazier, a writer, author, educator, and award-nominated poet was born in Brooklyn, New York and raised in St. Louis, Missouri. The author of the newly released young adult novel, Deanne in the Middle (2014), DuEwa is also the author of Goddess Under the Bridge: Poems(2013), Ten Marbles and a Bag to Put Them In: Poems for Children (2010), Stardust Tracks on a Road (2005), and Shedding Light From My Journeys (2002). She is the editor/publisher of the NAACP Image Award nominated (in Outstanding Literary Work, Poetry) anthology, Check the Rhyme: An Anthology of Female Poets and Emcees (July 2006), featuring the work of 50 internationally and nationally known women poets.
Check the Rhyme also received nominations from Writers Digest Publishing Award and African American Literary Award Show. She founded Lit Noire Publishing in 2002 and has produced numerous literary and performance events featuring poets, authors, and musicians across New York City,Baltimore, Atlanta, Berkeley, and Philadelphia.
DuEwa has been called a “gifted” poet. Her poetry has been published in Essence Magazine, Reverie Journal, Kweli Journal, Tidal Basin Review, Poetry In Performance, Drumvoices Revue, Black Arts Quarterly, X Magazine and other publications. In 2005 she featured in the documentary film “Rhyme and Reason.”
Writer, poet, and educator DuEwa Frazier draws from her life as a writer, work with youth as an educator and perspective as a woman who grew up learning from people of diverse backgrounds and cultures.
Long-distance relationships are not for the faint of heart. Sure, the beginnings of love feel like hearts and giggles and imaginings of what’s to come, but what about the lagging times in the middle when you’re physically apart, and love and admiration start to wage a private war against life-sized fears and doubt? Is this relationship worth it? Are you fooling yourself? Does this person really like me? Do we have what it takes to survive this?
Take a break from those self-defeating thoughts for a moment and consider this: it’s perfectly natural to feel doubt and fear in the lulls of a long-distance relationship. In the frustrating times between those magical long weekends and planned visits, you just want to spend time with someone that you really like and who you want to really like you, too. You need reassurance that your strong feelings of love and admiration are reciprocated. So what do you do? How do you cope with a long-distance relationship?
But before you judge your friends in long distance relationships, stay tuned in to the show tonight as we discuss 10 ways that long distance relationships can help, rather than hurt, a couple: "Positive Controversy"
For the first time in what seems like forever, I'll be going over the NBA world when it comes to the 2014-15 season. Who should the top eight teams be in the Eastern and Western Conferences be, come playoff time? Is Cleveland just one of the top four or so teams in the East? Or with LeBron James and the shooters he will essentially bring with him, should they be the favorites? As far as the West is concerned, are there any new teams that could sneak up on the likes of San Antonio, Oklahoma City and the Los Angeles Clippers?
Tonight we will discuss the alternative forms of golf. Fifteen inch holes, Soccer Golf playd on a regulation course, etc. Are these gimmicks or do they have a place in the game as we know it? Is it another way to help struggling courses find new revenue?
Join us for what will be an interesting discussion
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