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Airing Monday, April 20th:
Kim Thompson, Stoker, and Kevin Vollmers premiere We Have White Names. In the midst of the banter, they discuss the origins of their White names and the impact the names have had on their lives.
Plus, they'll feature three songs:
"Growing up" - Run River North
"Ceremony" - Joy Division
"Star in My Eyes" - Gowe
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Get a glimpse of what Stoker, Kim Thompson, and Kevin Vollmers will be bantering about on Monday, April 20th, 2015, 7:00 am Minneapolis time/9:00 pm Seoul time. You as a listener will also be able to call in if you want to join the conversation.
See you then!
P.S. Kevin promises his audio will be a lot cleaner.
Throughout the ages poets and philosophers have mused about the nature of names and the effect they have on the holder? Some names were considered mundane while others were considered sacred. Some names were known openly while others were shrouded in secrecy. For it was widely accepted in the old world that the name of a thing was the key to understanding and manipulating its power. By today’s standards these notions may appear to be nothing more than superstitious jargon - but to the Ruling Elite of this world the Power of Naming is much more. It is the secret weapon in an age old war against the people of God, which they believe allows them to change their Destiny and the course of Human events on Planet Earth. Join us today for another installment of “From Darkness to Light” as we look beyond science and superstition to find salvation in the Name above all Names “Our Lord Jesus the Christ!”
Welcome to TLO MINISTRY!
The regular scheduled program for today had to be rescheduled to to technical difficulties on yesterday. Stay tune for our study from the book entitled “Understanding The Purpose & Power Of a Woman” by Dr Myles Monroe on Thursday.
If you have been listening to us for a while now you know God has been really blessing us with our bible studies in this book.
God bless you. Call a friend or someone you just met and tell them to tune in with us for this exciting episode THE NAMES OF GOD bible study.
Today we are going to dive into this book by Pastor Marilyn Hickey and get to know God in a deeper way in prayer and fellowship and this will birth a new dimension in relationship to him come out and join us below is information on the book.
God is so vast that the heavens cannot contain Him, yet we can know Him better through His Biblical names. In The Names of God Marilyn Hickey explores 19 Hebrew names of God and shares how they are a pathway to deeper trust and intimacy in prayer and communion. Discover the treasures of God's truth waiting to be found in His many glorious names!
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Stoker, kim, and Kevin build upon last week's conversation about unpacking Whiteness. They are joined by guest Mette Lee. Mette, calling in from Copenhagon, Denmark, is a Korean adoptee social entrepreneur, adoptee rights activist, feminist, founding member of Adoptionspolitisk Forum, and a graduate of The Kaospilots.
"Do They Know It's Christmas" - Band Aid
"Give A Man A Fish" - Arrested Development
"I'm Happy" - Lee So-ra
"River of Deceit" - Mad Seasons
As we call on the Name of the Lord He will deliver us. We just need to wait and trust that He will come through for us. The Names of God has power. Pray and believe that God will bring you out.
HANDWRITING EXPERT BRENDA BRADSHAW LOOKS AT THE LETTER H TONIGHT. SHE WILL TALK ABOUT HEAVEN AND PLAY A TAPE WITH THE FAMILY OF THE BOOK 'HEAVEN IS REAL"LESSON ON HEAVEN CAN'T WAIT. HILLARY CLINTON SIGNATURE HER LETTER H IN HER NAME.
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Join Stoker, kim, and Kevin as they discuss their lifelong efforts to unpack the greatest gift of all - Whiteness!
"Unprotected by Assimilation: Lessons from the Case of Duy Ngo"
“We Are Not Troublemakers!!” : Oblivious anti-blackness and privilege in the Korean adoptee community
Lynyrd Skynrd - Sweet Home Alabama
Jane Siberry - Half Angel Half Eagle
Pet Shop boys - Always On My Mind
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This week, kim thompson, Stoker, and Kevin Vollmers discuss microaggressions, in particular microaggressions in the racism vein. Some questions they'll ponder and topics they'll discuss:
Are racials microaggressions actually microaggressions or are they flat out racist?
Do White people use the term microaggressions to get a pass, as in, "Oops! I wasn't being racist. I meant no harm. I realize that was a microaggression."
White privilege and White suppremacy.
Tune in and join the conversation on Wednesday, April 29th, 7:00 am Minneapolis time/9:00 pm Seoul time.
[Reference: No, You’re Not Imagining It: 3 Ways Racial Microaggressions Sneak into Our Lives via Everyday Feminism]
To reestablish a Facebook account after being accused of using a fake name, users must submit one government-issued ID such as a birth certificate, passport or voter identification card or two other forms of identification such as library card and a yearbook photo. The company appears to have been questioning certain Native users since at least 2009, when it deactivated Parmelee Kills The Enemy’s account. More recently, on Indigenous Peoples’ Day, Facebook deleted a number of Native accounts. In one case, the company asked users Shane and Jacqui Creepingbear for identification to prove that they weren’t using fake names.Facebook’s 10-year-old real-name policy stipulates that users “provide the name they use in real life.” However, the social network doesn’t require people to use their legal names, according to an open letter the company’s chief product officer, Chris Cox, posted last October. In the letter Cox apologizes to ”drag queens, drag kings, transgender [people], and [to the] extensive community of our friends, neighbors and members of the LGBT community” whose accounts had been shut down after a user reported hundreds of them as fake. At press time no such apology has been issued to Natives. Colourlines
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