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  • 00:53

    The Nomadic Veterans

    in Military

    A couple'a Rangers contacted me about a week ago and told me they were planning this amazing Ranger trek - I'll let you see what they're up to.  It's going to be a lot of fun to see where they end up and how they accomplish getting there.


    The most important part of their trip will be the awareness they (with your help) are able to raise.  If Rangers (and other veterans) don't know about GallantFew, they won't volunteer as mentors or reach out for a connection as they transition.  Too many try it on their own, and it's not a one-man (or woman) patrol.  You always need a Ranger buddy, a Battle buddy.


    https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/nomadic-veterans


    https://twitter.com/BSConcepts


    https://www.facebook.com/BlacksideConcepts


    http://www.blacksideconcepts.com/


    https://havokjournal.squarespace.com/

  • 02:56

    Goddesses and Gods in history before A.D. era revelation made monotheistic God

    in Music

    **A New Religion: Monotheism**. The Ancient Israelites settled the land of Canaan sometime between 1300 and 1200 BC. They traced their descent to a nomadic clan chief called Abram, several centuries before, who had migrated to Canaan from Mesopotamia. His descendants had then migrated on to Egypt. Here, according to their ancestral records, they had been mistreated and enslaved, before escaping en masse and moving back up to Canaan. When they arrived in Canaan, the Israelites brought with them a unique cultural facet, monotheism. For the first time in history, as far as we know, a religion had appeared which concerned the worship of only one god. By implication, this god was the universal God, the One who controlled all things. In light of that change,we must now argue the religion that existed  prior to the Big era. In the recent religious change, Isaiah 45:7 and Amos 3:6. (Isaiah 45:7, KJV)--"I form the light, and create darkness: I make peace, and create evil: I the LORD do all these things.  Where was this monotheism God all along?

  • 00:34

    GYST Radio_LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division)

    in Art

    Guest is Shamim Momin, co-founder, director and curator of LAND.


    Los Angeles Nomadic Division is a non-profit art organization founded in 2009 as a public art initiative committed to curating site- and situation-specific contemporary art projects in Los Angeles and beyond. 


    LAND believes that everyone deserves the opportunity to experience innovative contemporary art in their day-to-day lives. In turn, artists deserve the opportunity to realize projects, otherwise unsupported, at unique sites in the public realm.


    LAND supports dynamic and unconventional artistic practices through commissioning public projects of site- and situation-specific works, collaborating with a variety of institutions and organizations, and offering additional programs such as performances, workshops, residencies, discussions, and publications.


    nomadicdivision.org


    Hosted by Kara Tomé, independent curator and GYST Radio manager.

  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    THE GENTIC WAR OF THE WHITE SUPREMACIST.


    All the social revolutions that have intervened since the age of polished stone (Neolithic), no matter how radical, have not succeeded in completely wiping out the original clanic structures, which still remain embedded  in our respective societies and are recognizable, by numerous characteristics.


     A modern European language like French reflects, in its deep structure the nomadic Indo-European institutions unfavorable to women: there is no proper word in French to express the murder of mother of sister; the terms relative to the murder of one’s father or brother respectively are used:  Parricide=murder of one’s father or  one’s mother by extension; Fratricide=murder of one’s brother, one’s sister by extension . 


    STRUCTURE OF KINSHIP AT THE CLANIC AND TRIBAL STAGE. Process by which the name basses from the clinic collectivity to the individual.


    The structure of the kinship depends strictly on the material conditions of life; it evolves or changes with them in a way that Levi-Strauss’s structuralism would be incapable of of foreseeing.  A Nuer explained to Edward Evans -Pritchard that the child bears the name of his mother’s clan as long as the marriage is matrilocal; foliation then is matrilineal.  But, If the situation is reversed during the lifetime of this same child, with the woman rejoining the clan of her husband, the marriage becomes patrilocal, and dilation becomes patrilineal: the child changes this or her name and henceforth bears the name of the father’s clan." CHEIKH ANTA DIOP 'Civilization or Barbarism An Authentic Anthropology'

  • 01:00

    A Kind Voice on Music

    in Lifestyle

    Hassan El-Tayyab is the guitarist, singer and songwriter for the band American Nomad, from the Bay area in California. The music falls most easily under the description 'Americana' and themes of songs reflect Hassan's nomadic experiences as wanderings of the person and meanderings of the soul. Hassan is also author of the book 'Composing Temple Sunrise', a memoir of overcoming writer's block and depression. We will talk about how his music describes his personal and spiritual journey.


    Hosted by Yacov Aviv.


     

  • 00:42

    Getting to Know Patricia Haley Glass, Gracie Hill, Abby Kelly, and Donna Wright

    in Books

    Donna Wright, although raised near New York City, is a country girl at heart. Born in East Tennessee, she thinks of it as the only place to live. She's written stories all her life, but became serious about romance writing in 1997 when she discovered a local chapter of Romance Writers of America®. As an extremely active member of the Smoky Mountain Romance Writers. Donna now has four books with Avalon/Montlake called the TENNESSEE: LOVE series. 


    Patricia Haley-Glass, who writes under the pen name of Patricia Haley, is an award winning national bestselling author. She earned the title of ‘trailblazer’ after achieving remarkable success with her first faith-based novel in 1998. The self-published novel, Nobody's Perfect, sold nearly 20,000 copies in an industry where selling 5,000 copies at the time was highly regarded. The novel was the first of its kind to repeatedly make numerous national best sellers list, including #1 on the Essence list. 


    Gracie currently has five published novels. Her most recent novel, Relentless, was released on November 1st of 2014 and hit number 1 on the Christian Fiction Best Sellers List. It is a joint book project with National Best Selling Author, Patricia Haley. It is the first book in a four book series. The second book in the series, Redeemed, will be released in November of 2015.


    Abby Kelly is a nomadic, military spouse writing from wherever she momentarily finds herself with her husband, their wonderful dog, Brave, and two tolerable cats. Abby began writing in the process of recovering from a more-than-decade long eating disorder. She credits Jesus Christ for her full recovery and for filling her with a passion to encourage others to seek freedom from their own addictions and struggles. Now, Abby writes for numerous Christian publications as well as maintains her personal blog, Predatory-Lies.

  • 00:26

    Martice Sutton: Girls Going Global

    in Travel

    If anyone could travel the world in 80 days without breaking a sweat, it would be Spelman alumna Martice Sutton. The 25-year-old globetrotter’s passion for all things international has taken her from Johannesburg to Istanbul to Paris and back. 


    Sutton has worked in Hyderabad, India as a social enterprise consultant for Hyderabad's Affordable Private School’s where she worked with education entrepreneurs to develop a blueprint for change. Her greatest accomplishments in India include a TOMS shoes giving event in which 700 students of Grace Model School were given a pair of school shoes as well as championing the first place Design for Change International Education Competition.


    It was while working to create better experiences for young girls in India, that Sutton realized young African-American girls in America, needed someone to champion their causes too. Sutton's fierce desire to explore every inch of the planet also serves as the catalyst for her new venture -- Girls Going Global, a growing social enterprise designed to expose African-American girls to the cultures of the world. To date the organization has hosted a Passport To the World global engagement summer camp in Philadelphia, sponsored first time passports for girls 10-16, and have created two educational travel experiences to Toronto, Canada and Turrialba, Costa Rica. In July 2015 GGG will be embarking on it's third international travel experience to Belize!

  • 00:32

    BrownGirlsFly....Sisters Cultivating Travel for Women of Color

    in Lifestyle

    Join us on our next show where The Nomadic Chick interviews sister team Chelle and Crystal Roberts from Brown Girls Fly...


    Chelle and Crystal Roberts are two sisters with a melanin-infused perspective on travel. They created BrownGirlsFly.com a travel site offering practical travel tips, destination profiles, and inspiring traveler stories. Their goal is to inspire as many women as possible -- especially women of color -- to travel more frequently and to places further outside their comfort zones.

  • 00:31

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Author Shannon Love chats about her new book, Twisting My Kaleidoscope.


    About the book:


    A Ticket into the World of Psychosis : Our author carefully places you in an enchanted bubble, transiting you from one scene to the next. As you position yourself to view what best suits you, she unbars the door to her therapy sessions, uncovers the blanket of her thoughts, unlocks the key to her journal, and extends temporary access to her physical being. Imagine this impervious bubble, imprisoning you from the moment you choose to indulge-your desperate cries for release denied until an end is reached. Absolved from such a captivity, you can close the book when exhaustion hammers at your head and anxiety stabs your chest. This luxury evades the psychotic. Instead, she is forced to trek the turbulent terrain in its entirety.


    About the author:


    After growing up in rural Alabama as a stable and contented youngster, I married my childhood sweetheart and joined him in a life of travel and adventure. His job, combined with our enterprising natures, established us in a nomadic lifestyle that we enjoyed thoroughly. Within our first ten years of marriage, our family grew from two members to five. Refusing to slow down, our kids simply adapted, assembling into each of the five states in which we resided, as well as our years abroad, when we lived in Spain, Angola, and China. Then—as life sometimes does—it placed a detour directly in my path. Unsympathetic to my location or circumstances, Mother Nature tinkered with my neurotransmitters while we were living in Beijing, and thus, fate sent me to a new destination —the world of psychosis, a place far more alien than any I had yet visited. Hijacked by happenstance, I was pulled out of my sane world and transported to a bizarre planet filled with hallucinations and delusions!

  • 02:48

    Radio Free South Africa: Karin Smith - The Real Story of South Africa

    in Current Events

    Karin Smith - The Real Story of South Africa
    September 7, 2015
    Karin Ann Smith is an expat South African living in Texas. She studied Nursing at Grey's Hospital in Pietermaritzburg and worked in the Casino industry and for the biggest supermarket chain in South Africa, both upper management positions dealing with the Unions. She has been an activist calling for world attention to the genocide of the Boer people in South Africa for at least 10 years. Her family fled the civil war in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and eventually settled as farmers in South Africa, where her family of 5 siblings and both parents have suffered attacks by AK47 wielding gangs twice in the last 3 years, resulting in the death of her father last September. Karin talks about the history of South Africa during the days of the Dutch East India Company when the Cape of Good Hope was developed. She explains the early clash of the nomadic Boors and the African Zulu Nation along with the British colonization of the mineral rich region. We discuss the 1948 establishment of the Republic of South Africa by the National party, when apartheid laws were instituted as a way to maintain the peace between the minority White Afrikaners, the ruling Boers and warring indigenous Black tribes. Karin explains the political interests of the African National Congress (ANC) and underscores the track records of its communist faction, Joe Slovo, and the founder of the Armed Wing, Nelson Mandela. She also gives details related to the slow decline and decimation of the once predominately White South Africa, where taxpayer dollars cannot support the globalist takeover of a country lacking viable commerce from its majority population. Karin highlights some of the post-apartheid sanctions instituted by the ANC, along with the bigger picture of hatred towards Whites that has been stirred up by the ANC and their allies, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), led by Julius Malema. 

  • 02:48

    Radio Free South Africa: Karin Smith - The Real Story of South Africa

    in Current Events

    Karin Smith - The Real Story of South Africa
    September 7, 2015
    Karin Ann Smith is an expat South African living in Texas. She studied Nursing at Grey's Hospital in Pietermaritzburg and worked in the Casino industry and for the biggest supermarket chain in South Africa, both upper management positions dealing with the Unions. She has been an activist calling for world attention to the genocide of the Boer people in South Africa for at least 10 years. Her family fled the civil war in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) and eventually settled as farmers in South Africa, where her family of 5 siblings and both parents have suffered attacks by AK47 wielding gangs twice in the last 3 years, resulting in the death of her father last September. Karin talks about the history of South Africa during the days of the Dutch East India Company when the Cape of Good Hope was developed. She explains the early clash of the nomadic Boors and the African Zulu Nation along with the British colonization of the mineral rich region. We discuss the 1948 establishment of the Republic of South Africa by the National party, when apartheid laws were instituted as a way to maintain the peace between the minority White Afrikaners, the ruling Boers and warring indigenous Black tribes. Karin explains the political interests of the African National Congress (ANC) and underscores the track records of its communist faction, Joe Slovo, and the founder of the Armed Wing, Nelson Mandela. She also gives details related to the slow decline and decimation of the once predominately White South Africa, where taxpayer dollars cannot support the globalist takeover of a country lacking viable commerce from its majority population. Karin highlights some of the post-apartheid sanctions instituted by the ANC, along with the bigger picture of hatred towards Whites that has been stirred up by the ANC and their allies, the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), led by Julius Malema.