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  • Suicide: The Ripple Effect; A film about Suicide Prevention

    in Health

    Kevin Hines, author of 'Cracked not Broken' joins me today to talk about his advocacy for suicide prevention and awareness as well as to promote his new film being released shortly.


    Suicide: The Ripple Effect

    SYNOPSIS

    A #Film about the devastating effect caused by suicide, and the powerful, positive ripple effect caused by hope that can help people heal & stay alive!

    Ways to help the #Campaign

    HELP SPREAD THE WORD

    1-Promote link to indiegogo film funding page online: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Periscope, YouTube...etc.

    Here is our new Teaser Trailer from our forthcoming film, Suicide:The Ripple Effect...Enjoy, tweet, retweet, Like, & Share

    https://vimeo.com/user31693263/suicide-the-ripple-effect

    HELP FUND THE FILM

    2-Contribute any amount...literally any amount on or after the launch, Nov 1, new link to come for that page. I will send you the link on the day of our launch November 1

    GET FAMILY INVOLVED

    3-Share link to the page I will provide with family and friends so they can share with more friends.

     

  • Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention

    in Sports

    Vicky from OOTD walk joins the show to talk about the stigma of suicide and the Out of the Darkness walk for suicide prevention this weekend right here in #BeerCityUSA, Grand Rapids MI

  • 01:03

    Domestic Violence Prevention Month

    in Lifestyle

    Hi Everyone & Welcome to Soul Tuesday , www.blogtalkradio.com/lifeissobeautiful  at 3-4p.m. eastern. 347-205 9957 press 1 to speak. Chat room is open. Oct. 27th, 2015


    Theme: Domestic Violence awareness Month


     Topic:  Healing Couples Relationships as a path to Love.


    Tamara Neal is a Certified Domestic Relationship coach, domestic violence advocate, and the owner and founder of a full-service residential adult assisted living center. Neal learned to trust her instincts


    while employed as an emergency communication technician for the Baltimore County 911 Center. For years, she listened to screams and terror from callers.  Neal’s dispatch experience gave her the authority needed to write Venomous Relationships, which won a 2015 National Indie Award of Excellence. She’s also has 3 other books, that was a 2015 National Indie Award of Excellence finalist. Her articles have appeared in Mind Body Green magazine, Chispas Magazine  and Edge Newspapers. She has been interviewed on the  Tranquility Talks and has appeared on the Fox affiliate morning show, Good Day DC.


    Please join as we talk about why it’s important to support & understand Domestic Violence Prevention.


    Thanks Love Vanda  
     

  • 00:23

    Anne Knapp: National Adoption Month

    in Politics Conservative

    Anne and her husband Dan were already parents, but that did not stop them from opening their homes and hearts to children in need of adoption. Ednel and Ronald, both from Haiti, joined the Knapp family and fit in perfectly. Ednel's journey from Haiti to America is especially fascinating, as it occurred shortly after a major earthquake rocked capital Port-au-Prince, though his adoption had been in motion for years. November is National Adoption Month, and there is no better time to hear about the Knapp family and celebrate with them the joys of adoption.


    Tune in to The Right Voice for the live show with Glo Smith and Adrienne Ross from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Central every Tuesday. Become part of the conversation by calling in to (646) 200-3715 to comment and/or ask questions. If you miss the live show, listen to the podcast at any time.

  • 02:00

    Black history month special

    in Education

    347-989-8767 Saturday 2.6.16 1pm PT 4 ET


    Tune into Blackistand Radio as we highlight some of the MANY Black pioneers of medicine, technology, business, education etc.


    Of course we will also give background history of Carter G Woodson, creator of Black history week which evolved into what we know now as Black history month.


    We will also go over the Black Panther 10 Point Program, the RBG Code of Conduct, & the NOI what the Muslims want.


    You are welcome to add-on and Build via phone 347-989-8767 or chatroom.

  • 02:01

    Black History Month

    in Entertainment

    Tomortow, in recognition of Black History Month, we are going to celebrate the legacies and fortitude of black people in this country. We'll have an open and honest discussion, and we welcome you to join us.
    Call us at (646) 668-2620, or direct connect/live chat at
    www.blogtalkradio.com/no-teawithchritaandcryss
    News and Sports 7-7:30pm, and then, we engage.
    Bring a friend, we'll be waiting.

  • Suicide Prevention

    in Motivation

    Bringing  awareness to depression and suicide Prevention

  • 01:55

    Black History Month, could this celebration be the key to the future!

    in Self Help

    In this episode of The REAL we put the REAL light on Black History Month; one month out of the year offically set aside for the celebration of the contributions of Blacks to the growth and development of the United States of America.


    Turns out, that's not what it has become, at all.  And, even more importantly, it is not what it has a much, much greater potential to be!


    Join us, (Listen, call, chat) when The REAL meets Black History Month. :)

  • 01:00

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

    Yoshihiro Uchida arrived on San Jose State College’s campus fresh off his parents’ strawberry and lettuce farm during the fall of 1940.  As a student assistant to Emilio “Mel” Bruno, who coached the SJSC Police School Cadets in judo, Uchida would begin his whirlwind courtship with the martial art form.  Bruno’s departure from SJSC to the California Department of Corrections later that semester provided a key opportunity upon which Uchida, who will be 96 on April 1, would pounce.  With Bruno’s departure, Uchida was given an opportunity to coach the Spartan cadets. But upon America’s entrance into World War II, Uchida joined the Army. There he and his Japanese peers—just as Black Americans—served in segregated units.  Initially, his unit served KP (Kitchen Patrol) duty, and cleaned military bases throughout the Midwest.  But once a superior officer spotted Uchida’s impressive academic record, he was transferred to a military hospital.  There, he worked in the lab, and was provided tutoring by military doctors.


     

  • 00:46

    Part 2 of I Chose Life Stories of Suicide Survival with Filmmaker Jacqui Blue

    in Film

    Jacqui Blue is back with us on #WoMRadio because last week was not enough to share her upcoming film "I Chose Life: Stories of Suicide & Survival". This is an independent feature documentary film being made by this internationally acclaimed independent filmmaker. This film's focus is on suicide and survival with a strong message of hope through relatable stories that are real and raw as told through the voices of suicide survivors and those left behind.The main focus of our film and what sets it apart is that we are  talking to real people about their real life experiences and how it’s personally affected them, instead of talking to the so-called and self proclaimed textbook experts, (many of whom have never actually been suicidal themselves).


    Suicide survivors and those left behind by a loved ones suicide share their stories of loss and how or why they chose life in the aftermath. Join us on February 4th at 10amPT/1pmET and ANYTIME in archive for the second part of this very important, thought provoking and empowering conversation.


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  • 01:09

    Black History Month & Bob Marovich: Chicago and The Birthplace of Gospel Music!

    in Entertainment

    This Week on "TheMusicBox" with National Recording Artist Tanya Dallas-Lewis! It's Black History Month---and its time to learn about the Birthplace of Gospel Music!


    Gospel Music Historian, Author, and Radio Host Bob Marovich joins me as we KICK OFF Black History Month!  He'll be telling us about his latest book release, "A CITY CALLED HEAVEN: CHICAGO AND THE BIRTHPLACE OF GOSPEL MUSIC!" Join us--to learn MORE about the music you love--there's no other MUSIC like it in THE WORLD! 


    Plus, [as always--like, FOR REAL-FOR REAL!] the BEST in gospel music by artists that you ACTUALLY know [wowsa!], news, interviews, updates, how-to's and so much more! 


    LaQuita--our resident ''ghetto'' chef, has been playing around with a couple different recipes!  Be sure to join us--as Bob Marovich will no doubt be her ''guinea pig!'' LOL!! 


    -Tanya, Stellar/Dove Nominated Recording Artist


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