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  • 00:35

    BeSimply...clEARp(o)p {Scott Morehouse}

    in Health

    Join Dr. Scott Morehouse, M.D. and ‘She’ as he shares the ClearPOP, Safety First and an invention that is for children, the ‘ear’ and a public service. ClearPop was developed by Scott Morehouse, M.D. for use when his own children suffered earaches. He welcomes feedback, questions, and comments from you and your family.


    ClearPop is the world's first over-
    the-counter earache treatment. Finally, rapid ear pain relief without side effects.

    ClearPop works by equalizing  pressure in the obstructed Eustachian tube of the infected ear. It relieves the pain of an ear infection within minutes for nine-out-of-ten kids tested.

    The results (Click Here)




    Music by Jake Shimabukuro Over the Rainbow

  • 00:22

    Hear from Attendees What Made Morehouse Platform Summit 2015 Unforgettable

    in Technology

    Platform Summit 2015 will convene the most powerful, influential, inspiring, and world-changing speakers and attendees. Presentators and Interviews at this years summit included: Jack Dorsey CEO of Twitter and Square and David Drummond, Senior VP of Google.  See what attendees have to say about the event!

  • 01:01

    Nov. 20: Pregame for Iowa

    in Sports

    The Boilermakers have a chance to make some noise on Saturday, although it would come in a big-time upset, when they play at undefeated Iowa. On Gold and Black Radio, we'll talk about Purdue's opportunity, breaking down the Hawkeyes with Marc Morehouse of the Cedar Rapid Gazette. And we feature Jake Replogle, who has been Purdue's most consistent defender. All that, plus our predictions, our "boys" and more.

  • 01:00

    The Wellness Blueprint

    in Self Help

    The Power of Plant-Based Diet for Kids

    Join Dr. Maiysha and Coach Elliott this Friday with their special guest Dr. Ruby Thomas! This week’s show is titled, The Power of Plant-Based Diet for Kids and is sure to be an informative show! See you Friday morning at 9a (ET)!

    About our guest: Dr. Ruby Thomas received her medical degree and completed her medical training at Morehouse School of Medicine in Atlanta, GA. She is board certified in Pediatrics and has specialized training in Preventive Medicine. She is currently a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Preventive Medicine. Prior to joining MBS Wellness, she practiced urgent care in the metro Atlanta area and held a faculty appointment at Morehouse School of Medicine department of Pediatrics. Dr. Thomas continues to hold a part-time faculty position with the Department of Preventive Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine. Her clinical and educational interests include integrative medicine, motivational interviewing, healing with nutrition, and preventing childhood obesity.  Dr. Thomas is a native of Atlanta. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two sons, reading and painting.


  • Take Charge Of Your Life Show

    in Entertainment

    Take Charge Of Your Life Show With Your Host, Celebrity Life Coach, Terrell C. Jenkins!

    Be sure to join him as "TJ Ponders" about Life and shares his thoughts every Sunday at 12 Noon CST on Blogtalkradio.com!

    Guest: Shareeff De La Cruz

    As an Intern, A&R, Manager, and Music Publisher, in the music industry for 12 years, Shareeff has worked with artists such as Jagged Edge, Jazze Pha, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Tiffany Evans, Ciara, and Cee Lo Green. His experiences in the music industry have prepared and primed him to cultivate and reach audiences with messages that touch their hearts and resonate across cultures.

    Shareeff is a native of Miami, Florida with an African-American and Dominican heritage.  Shareeff’s educational path was troubled. He attended 11 schools before dropping out at the age of 17. Shareeff’s wake up call and invitation to know God for himself came when he experienced many friends who have died violent deaths in a short period of time or incarcerations. Thankful for his own life at that point, he realized that God had bigger plans for him, to prosper his life and keep him out of harm’s way.

    Shareeff was encouraged to earn a GED and was accepted to Morehouse College where he was a Dean’s List scholar his very first semester. In 2006, he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration/Management.  He also became a licensed minister and studied at Beulah Heights Bible College.  Shareeff is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc.  

    Shareeff is aware that his personal relationship with God led him out of a life of destruction and into divine opportunities to live the life he was destined to live. He is a motivational speaker, personal coach, and inspirational author.  Shareeff’s first book "The Challenge" was published in 2011 and is available via Amazon.

  • 02:00


    in Motivation

    You met him right here in June and now he's back...

    Clif McKnight, M.Ed., is a keynote speaker and President of MotiVision Inc. and Quantum Success Systems. MotiVision Inc., "Building a Better Tomorrow Today" is the parent company of Quantum Success Systems. His mission is "To be a Positive Influence in the Lives of Others", helping others to "Build a better tomorrow Today." Clif is also a professor and counselor at Montgomery College in Rockville Md. Clifton graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta Ga., and went on to obtain his M.Ed. from Coppin State University. 

    Married to Michele McKnight for 30 plus years, Clifton and Michele have been blessed with two bright, talented, energetic and creative daughters, (they take after there father; okay they dipped into the collective gene pool [smile]) Courtney and Chelsea. 
    Clif's presentations are designed to inspire audiences to crystallize their vision and pursue their passion. With over 25 years experience in educating and inspiring individuals and organizations 
    Clifton A. McKnight offers depth of thinking and an array of strategies accompanied by a contagious, positive energy. For more information please visit www.motivision.net and www.cliftonmcknight.wordpress.com for an added lift to your day.

  • 01:00

    Platform Summit 2015 Oct 2-4 A Morehouse College and Georgia Tech Partnership

    in Technology

    This is the third year of Platform Summit a 2 1/2 Day Summit.

    Day 1 - was kicked off with "A Conversation With" ... David Drummond an african-american

    David Carl Drummond is Google's Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer. He joined Google in 2002. He will be the Senior Vice President, Corporate Development, Chief Legal Officer and Secretary of Alphabet Inc

    This Portion of Our Coverage picks up from... 

    The Panel on Living Happy, Healthy and Maybe Forever hosted by Star Jones and including Rafael A. Ortiz, Bernard A. Harris (Astronauts), David Moises Perez Martinez, Juana Menderhall.


    For more information and coverage of the summit also visit Platform.Net!


  • "It's Not About Black Or White,It's About Wrong or Right"

    in Radio

    TOPIC:  Reguardless of race color or creed right is right,and wrong is wrong,Though alot of empasis has been put on the injustices suffered by people of melanin,any form of injustice or discrimination is wrong.

    Whites have suffered there share of injustices at the hands of law enforcement officials also and they can testify to the brutal aggression,civil violations and lost of life as well. Though the Black Community has continously been exposed to the tyranny of racism and discrimination,we must not allow the unbalance to have us ignore the fact of the matter that "RIGHT IS RIGHT AND WRONG IS WRONG" 

    What we must do is fight against injustice no matter where it shows its ugly face,We must be ready to defend what is right and not allow it to deter us from speaking out against any forms of violations committed  against any and all human beings,,,remember "ITS NOT ABOUT BLACK OR WHITE, ITS ABOUT WRONG OR RIGHT",,,WELCOME .


  • 01:49

    The 90 Degree Show 2015 Week 5

    in Music

    Welcome to the 2015 90 Degree Show Week 5! This week we talk about a very good mathcup with Delaware State vs. Morgan State, Bethune Cookman vs North Carolina Central and Clark Atlanta University vs. Morehouse along with some other great matchups from the weekend.This year we welcome the great Christy Walker to the podcast, along with the owner and founder of Block Band Music and Publishing, Rashad Watters. Last but not least we welcome the great Ashlee Nicole who always has a pulse and her ear to the ground in the marching band world. You are welcome to call in and tell us what battle you saw this week at (718) 664-6025. You can email the show at marchingpodcast@gmail.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com

  • 02:06

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    Keith Wallace is a third year M.F.A. actor at UC San Diego. He joins us to talk about The Bitter Game, a new work debuting this weekend at LaJolla Playhouse in San Diego. The director was recently seen in the East Bay directing Ubuntu Theatre's Brothers Size.  Mr. Wallace holds a B.A. in Drama from Morehouse College and is an alumnus of The British American Drama Academy.

    Maurice Poplar, Los Angeles based writer & filmmaker, speaks about his essay, Frankenstein Was a Black Dude. He is also directing the film: Donovan Quixote which traces the story of a young man through adulthood as he deals with the realities of the difficulties of growing up as a black man in America.

    Azadeh Zohrabi is the National Campaigner at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights where she works with communities and policy makers on ending mass criminalization and incarceration. Azadeh previously worked as a Soros Justice Fellow at Legal Services for Prisoners with Children where she served on the litigation team representing Pelican Bay prisoners in the federal lawsuit which resulted in a landmark agreement to end indefinite solitary confinement in California.

    Zoe Willmott, Project WHAT! Program Manager is also an alumnus. A native of San Francisco, Ms. Willmott came to Community Works after graduating with a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies and Race and Gender History of the United States from Barnard College of Columbia University.

    Tailani Crawford, Project WHAT! Youth Advocate is 16 years old and is a Junior at Castro Valley High School. The Oakland native has been a youth advocate at the agency for 3 years now, where she has trained to over 100 service providers on how to better support and empathize with youth with incarcerated parents. Tailani is a college-bound junior with plans to one day return to work as full-time staff at Project WHAT!, and is also interested in pursuing physical therapy for sports.

  • 01:17

    The Soul of the Black Woman : Establishing your own standard of Beauty

    in Spirituality

    Join the conversation with Dr. Rosell Jenkins, a clinical psychologist who examines the spiritual, emotional, and physical well being of women of color.

    Dr. Jenkins earned her Bachelor’s degree from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia and

    her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute &

    State University. Dr. Jenkins completed her clinical internship at the Veterans Affairs

    Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) in Palo Alto, California and a postdoctoral

    fellowship at the University of Texas M.D Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Jenkins’ areas

    of research have focused on factors that impact use of violence against women and

    quality of life issues, particularly sexual functioning, in breast, colon, and prostate cancer

    survivors. Additionally, she has authored and co-authored scholarly articles in the areasof quality of life in cancer survivors and health services for underserved populations.

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