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  • 00:16

    Do I allow myself to be mistreated?

    in Women

    Sometimes a woman needs to re-examine the things that she does and says that gives off a signal that it is okay to mis-use her. Let's discuss 5 points that sends a message that you are okay with being mistreated.

  • 00:23

    Overt vs. Covert Surveillance

    in Podcasting

    It all starts with filing an Insurance Claim.  Whether it's you in a car collision, a Sandy Hook flood, property fire, yes this list is endless of how you come into contact with a carrier.  But once dealing with one willing to do just about anything to avoid paying a claim, buckle your seatbelt and get ready for the ride of your life.  How can this end? Considering the power of Wall Street, Insured Civil Rights Legislation signed by Congress may be the only light for Main Street.  Been hurt by unfair insurance tactics or ERISA protecting employers?  Tell Congress no more.  You've had enough.  Call yours at (202) 224- 3121 and simply say, "I support Insured Civil Rights Legislation".  I don't like being mistreated when paying premiums to these Wall Street Companies.  Next, join ESTRA for a discussion on Overt vs. Covert Surveillance today.

  • 01:59

    Black Thoughts and Theory: The Radio Show- Lessons From The Panthers

    in Culture

    Before we reinvent the wheel, let's look back at and study the work of some of our bravest and boldest forerunners, such as the Black Panthers. A party that was formed to combat racism and oppression during the 60's.

    Join Asha Zuri and Alex Primo, Thursday June 18th at 9 pm EST, as we dissect the aggressive philosophy and insightful programs that these brave men and women brought to our much ignored and mistreated communities across the country.

    Whether it was mass organization/mobilization, survival programs, self-defense, feeding the children, or Black Nationalism and Black Pride, the Panthers were a breath of fresh air to many neighborhoods where complaints were many and answers were few.

    So tune-in as we discuss the contributions of Huey P Newton, Bobby Seale, Eldridge Cleaver, Stokely Carmichael, Fred Hampton, Kathleen Neal Cleaver, and Angela Davis.

    You can call-in by dialing (917)889-2830


    You can log on and listen online.

    And as always, keep it clean and keep it on point. ?#‎One?

  • 01:15

    How Con Artists Trick Your Mind

    in Politics

    Sociopaths, they are everywhere  (and not necessarily in jail).  Tey are your teachers, CEO's, government officials, your neighbor next door-or even in your family.  “They appear to function reasonably well—as lawyers, doctors, psychiatrists, academics, mercenaries, police officers, cult leaders, military personnel, businesspeople, writers, artists, entertainers and so forth—without breaking the law, or at least without being caught and convicted. These individuals are every bit as egocentric, callous and manipulative as the average criminal psychopath; however, their intelligence, family background, social skills and circumstances permit them to construct a façade of normalcy and to get what they want with relative impunity.”DR. Robert Hare.  According to DSM-IV, a person can be diagnosed as antisocial if since age 15 he or she has shown a pervasive pattern of disregard for, and violation of, the rights of others. The person must have indicated at least three of the following:

    Failure to conform to lawful social norms
    Impulsivity or failure to plan ahead
    Irritability and aggressiveness, as indicted by repeated physical fights or assaults
    Reckless disregard for safety of self or others
    Consistent irresponsibility, as indicated by repeated failure to sustain consistent work behavior or honor financial obligations
    Lack of remorse, as indicated by being indifferent about having hurt, mistreated or stolen from another
    Donna Anderson, author  of Love Fraud and Red Flags of Love Fraud 
    Will be joining us tonite telling us what to look out for.
    Hosts Doreen Finkle  and Rueben Torres

  • 02:21

    Just Call Me "CAITLYN" - Bruce Jenner Transformation

    in Radio

    In Their Own Words: 3 Ways Kris and Caitlyn Jenner Have Disagreed About Their Relationship (and One Thing They Agree on)


    'I was mistreated': Bruce Jenner unveils his new female identity as Caitlyn and lifts lid on marriage to 'controlling' ex-wife Kris … while Kardashian matriarch brands ex-husband 'passive-aggressive'

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-3106591/I-mistreated-Caitlyn-Jenner-marriage-controlling-Kris-Jenner-matriarch-brands-ex-passive-aggressive.html#ixzz3bwwYNHJQ
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  • 02:01

    Truf Bros. Radio: Plight of the Black Jews

    in Entertainment

     Does Black Lives Matter, Black Jews in Israel are treated very poorly by the main stream culture.  Police Brutality against is through the roof, unemployment is high and they are treated like 2nd Class Citizens.  We will take a look at what's going on over there and ask why are black people mistreated no matter where they are on the globe?  Join us www.trufbrosradio.com     

  • 01:27

    "Relationship Tuesday" Having Trust Issues in YOUR Relationship

    in Romance

    Everyone has uncertainty about whom to trust, how much to trust, when not to trust, and so forth at one time or another. In fact, every day we make choices about whom and how much to trust, and sometimes we are more willing to trust than at other times. That’s a good thing; a total lack of mistrust would indicate a serious psychological problem. Judgments about when and whom to trust help keep us safe and alive! 

    Where Do Trust Issues Come From?

    Often, issues with trust arise based on experiences and interactions in the early phases of life, primarily childhood. A person who did not receive adequate nurturing, affection, and acceptance or who was abuse, violated, or mistreated as a child will often find difficulty in establishing trust as an adult. Likewise, adolescent experiences of either social rejection or social rejection or acceptance may shape a person’s ability to trust those around him or her. For instance, if someone is mocked, teased, or treated by his or her peers during the teenage years, this will influence later relationships. Being betrayed or belittled by others impacts self-esteem which also plays a significant role in a person’s capacity to trust. Basically, those who experience low self-esteem will be less likely to put their trust in those around them than those who are more self-assured.

  • 01:49

    The Rebecca Juro Show Special Edition: The Full Story on Sadaisha Shimmers

    in LGBT

    Last week on the show, we had Sadaisha Shimmers, who told a story of being misgendered and mistreated by the San Francisco PD. Sadiasha was also offered the opportunity to work with Lifetime to present her story on that channel. We've now learned that much of what Sadaisha said on the show was not true. Tonight, I'll be joined by Chris Sanders of MTV Networks and we'll tell the full story of what happened.

  • 01:59

    Police Brutality

    in Blogs

    With the recent riots in Baltimore it would not be right not to discuss this issue of police brutality. For years black men have felt that the police have mistreated them and even killed them based on the color of their skin. With the deaths of Eric Garner, Michael Brown, Walter Scott, Freddy Gray and countless others, has brought outrage amoung many Americans. They fell that the system designed to protect them is acutally out to kill them. This Thursday at 8:00 PM live on As Real As It Gets Radio Show join my co-hosts Amber (AJ) Jones, Kristin (K'Mecca) Zuller and I as we discuss this topic.

    Also we will discuss the upcoming fight between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao. Who will win and why. Join us Thursday at 8:00 PM live on blogtalkradio.com/araig

  • 01:57

    Talk with Tenney: A Conversation with Craig Lewis: Animal Companions Save Lives

    in Current Events

    From Craig Lewis: Our animal companions mean the world to us. For those of us who have struggled throughout our lives, who have been abandoned, mistreated, subjugated and disempowered, we know the damage that has impacted our psyche. I am one of these people. I know what it means to be damaged to my core. There have been many times in my life when I was unsure if I would make it the next day. There have been many times in my life that the pain I was experiencing was too much to manage and that the prospect of never hurting again was a beautiful thought to have. Even in the past three months, abject despair has, at times, consumed me. However, there was something different going on this time. I have an animal companion in my life who is depending on me to care for him. No matter how bad things became I felt a responsibility to him. His name is Max the Cat. Max the Cat is a rescue. He has experienced abandonment two times in his short life. No matter what was going on with me, I simply could not abandon him. I know the brutal pain of abandonment. Every day I spent time with him, patting him, brushing him and singing to him. He responded by smothering me with his love. He saw and heard me cry every day, sometimes uncontrollably, and he knew of my pain and suffering and he gave me his unconditional love. Without Max the Cat being in my life these past few months, I would be dead. I love Max the Cat and he has helped me stay alive and his love has helped heal me in ways that I have never experienced before.  We want to hear from listeners about your precious and loved animal companions. Many of you may have had a loving animal companion who may no longer be with you. This is an opportunity to honor and celebrate all the beauty they brought to your life. For those of us who know the life impacting love of an animal, this is a time to celebrate this love. Bark Bark. Meow Meow. Ribbit.

    (267)521-0167 is the number to call to be part of the show.

  • 02:00

    KMnm/Leadership skills and qualities

    in Religion

    Seek and you shall find.  In our earlier years, we didn't have to rely on our thinking alone, especially when there waa a parent or two and an older sibling.  We were always being told what to and not to do.  One day we discovered what using our brain for what its worth, was all about.  A sibling or two under us either got our sympathy or the tests ot the times.  Nowadays, the year of the Gregorian calendar, 2015,  We are having to realiza our mistakes and pay the price, in many cases, with our lives.  So many siblings are perhaps feeling sorry that they mistreated the younger ones.  Then again, it all depends on what kind of a relationship was built. Many ones went off to war and returned wondering who they were themselves, less only the others around themm