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Tonight’s Topics “Black Rage.” Disgruntled former black newscaster kills two white journalists on t.v. “NO JUSTICE.” The PIG who murdered Jonathan Ferrell, his case is thrown out by the judge. “GUILTY AS CHARGED!” “Suspect” arrested in the execution style death of a Texas Sheriff’s deputy. “That Legendary White Man Hypocrisy.” How whites show up in droves for dead Cops and are NO SHOWS for murdered, unarmed dead black men and women. “Would The Good White Folks Please Stand Up.” Where are the good white folks u KNEE-GROWS keep talking about? “Corporate House Knee-Grows Say The Darndest things.” It is the responsibility of the victims of racism to end it. So says the CHN. “Hope and Change.” How to effectuate REAL change in the black community. “The Audacity of White Arrogance.” Republicans are pissed at President Obama for restoring Mount Denali to its original name. “On A Positive Note.
Composed and confident, Sofie Roberts is thrown for a loop when she runs into the one man who makes her feel like the weak-kneed, starry-eyed young girl she’d been years before—her childhood crush, Bryant Lewis. Seeing him all these years later makes her realize the feelings she’d had for him are still as strong as they were back then.
Bryant Lewis is surprised and impressed when he has a chance encounter with Sofie Roberts. She is no longer the shy, quiet girl he remembers from the neighborhood. She has grown into a sexy, confident woman. The attraction he felt from the moment he bumped into her was something he couldn’t deny.
Now that she is an adult and has the opportunity to tell Bryant her secret will Sofie take the risk of being rejected and embarrassed, or should she just let the old crush be just that—her secret?
Bryant has been stung—painfully—by a woman in the past. He isn’t looking for anything serious, but the electricity that sizzles between him and Sofie is something that can’t be ignored. Is he willing to move act on that attraction?
What happens when two people make a connection? When the desire that burns between them becomes so hot that sparks begin to jump? Will the crush be the start of a journey of desire and seduction, or will Sofie and Bryant let their fears and past hurts keep them from exploring where this chance encounter could take them?
Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
(All Black! All News! All You!)
This segment is CBBN Business Journals where we interview business owners and other innovators from around the world.
Ron Hicks describes himself as the holder of a Ph.D. with a concentration in the School of Hard Knocks from the University of Life and the Owner of the Chicago Steam Basketball Organization.
Founded in 2007, the Chicago Steam Basketball Organization is a premier American Basketball Association (ABA) team. They’ve been featured in the Chicago Tribune's RedEye, Time Out Chicago and SLAM Magazine online.
Ron is also the coach of Lady Steam and is “On A Mission” to put together the greatest team in ABA history.
He says, “We're a fun and affordable option for quality professional basketball entertainment in Chicago and we've put together a great team that you'll be excited to watch for years to come!”
Listen to today, as we all can take a few lesson from the Master from the School of Hard Knocks.
To find out more about the team or attend a game visit them at http://www.chicagosteambasketball.com
Come on out! Bring the WHOLE neighborhood. Kids 12 free.
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Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue, Executive Producer
Chicago's Black Business Radio Network
In this segment of the Vince Anello show, Jim Szwedo, candidate for mayor of the city of Niagara Falls New York discusses his candidacy. As a Republican he is in a three way race in the Sept., 10th Primary.
Mr. Szwedo discusses the frozen water lines issue plaguing the City of Niagara Falls, 72nd street neighborhood, as well as other areas of the city.
Hello From My Heart,
Its that time again. Free Card readings from your friendly neighborhood Readers. Please join us tonight on BGOD radio. Live readings for our wonderful audience. Call in and ask your questions and get your answers! Tonight at 8-10pm est. and the Call-in number is 646-929-1371. And this is also an Invite out to all of you readers who would like to introduce yourselves and would like to come on the show too. We are so much fun and very intuitive!
Be Goodness Over Doubt radio. BGOD to yourself and BGOD to others!
Are you willing to put your life on the line for what you believe? Twelve advocates of supporting good neighborhood public schools have certainly done so. The Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel, wants to close Dyett public school, strategically located in the Hyde Park area bordering the Bronzeville community, forcing families to have to travel miles away from home to reach a nearby public school. In Chicago, traveling to outside neighborhoods could be fatal, given the unchecked gang violence that cost so many lives last school year. The bottom line issue is always money. The Dyett High school building would serve those well who want to include it in a real estate deal as the city negotiates space in Hyde Park for the new Presidential library. And as for the safety and education of the children? The city has chosen to ignore an excellent plan for the reopening Dyett as a Dyett Global Leadership and Green Technology School. Mr. Jitu Brown and Dr. Ayesha Wade Bey join us to give an update on the hunger strike.
This show is dedicated to our September 27th conference in Morrow, Georgai outside of Atlanta. We've titled it: From Spiritually Dead to Christ Consciousness (the Transformation of an African People). We must begin to wakeup and start moving into position for what's to come. We are people of God and with that being said, it's time to start moving closer to your destiny and God's plan. That means forgetting about all you see and focus on the things of God to manifest your mind, body and spirit to regain power and authority on this planet. Won't you please join us in the transformation into Christ Consciousness!
in Self Help
Psychologist Dr. E. Douglass Brown will join us as our special guest speaker on this re-broadcast show by popular demand. Re: the topic today he says, "It is just as important to clean up after a storm as it is to learn how to endure a storm. Imagine what a neighborhood looks like after a storm if no one cleans up. Storm after storm, debris and wreckage just pile up. This scenario is liken to what happens when a child never or rarely sees individuals in arguments and conflicts reconcile with each other. There is no closure - no return to a sense that the world is both safe and caring. The child - now an adult - experiences repeated disagreements and disappointments, and is shackled to the view that his or her cynical negative feelings are just being "realistic" about life.
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss a wide range of future-impacting topics all originating right here in our own neighborhood.
Tiny probes going to Mars -- No they aren't "Nano" probes, but they still might have something inteersting to tell us about the future of space travel.
Hybrid Airships -- Coming to a big field near you?
More oil on Titan than on Earth -- Peak oil solved at last!
"Brain-to_Text" system converts speech brainwave patterns to text -- That much closer to mind-reading computers.
Does a black hole create a hologram copy of anything that touches it? -- And, if so, how I can use that to get rich?
Plus loads of other futuristically fun topics. Join us.
"Write with your eyes like painters, with your ears like musicians, with your feet like dancers. You are the truthsayer with quill and torch. Write with your tongues on fire." - Gloria Anzaldua
"The good we secure for ourselves is precarious and uncertain until it is secured for all of us and incorporated into our common life." - Jane Addams
"Never question what I am God knows/Cause it's coming from the heart" - Chuck D
Shaman and dear friend to Brian, Michael Dove discusses that which is "sacred" as being that which is essential to life. Essential to the vitality of Brian's life are the sources, essences, and forces of love, empathy, compassion, and liberation. It is this dynamic sacredness that impels Brian personally and professionally.
Brian is a poet, spoken word artist, and emcee from San Diego, CA. He engages his artistry with a determination to interrelate and transform the human and divine, sorrow and joy, hurt and healing, and oppression and freedom. Brian composes, records, and performs his artistry with the urgency of attending to an abandoned child's adoption, an institution's practice of discrimination and brutality, and our Mother Earth's rising temperatures. In witnessing his artistry, audiences experience the texture of beckoning and forging self love, the Beloved Community, and communion with Source. For more than a decade Brian has performed on stages throughout the country at countless open mics, poetry slams, schools, colleges and universities, music festivals, and neighborhood and community events.
Part 2 of 2. Enjoy the smooth sounds of acapella group JONDO as Chef Mick Brown interviews participants at National Night Out at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA. Los Angeles Police Protective League and the Eagle & Badge Foundation sponsored the 2015 National Night Out community event at the Greek Theatre Plaza. The End of Watch Memorial Wall was on display from 6pm-9pm. In Part 2 of 2 Podcasts, Guests include representatives from the LAPD Share (Anti-Bullying) Project, East Hollywood Neighborhood Council and members of the acapella music group (and former America's Got Talent Contestants) JONDO. Chef Mick also talks BBQ and hands out Smoked Cheech's Pizza.
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