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Join Dr. Culbreth for People of Color and the Power Within: Reaching Higher Ground
Our last show before our two year anniversary show next week! A review of the best 2014 episodes.
Features: What does it take for people of color to reach higher ground? How do you define success? Do you have the power within? Knowing your agenda and learning how to drive and stay in your lane.
Writers of Color
Reaching Higher Ground
The Power Within
in Self Help
When we hear or think about the word, Power, we all have a vision or mindset. How healthy is that mindset for you? Join me as we explore cultivating a healthy relationship with our power center and how that balanced inner power can radiate a stable, peaceful world around us.
“What we achieve inwardly will change outer reality.” -Plutarch
Today Arthur will be talking about the power of love. It is easy to love people that are pleasant and in times that are good. But the real secret to creating the life you want is to bring love to an awkward situation or relationship. The key idea here is to bring. And you bring love through your feelings from your thoughts.
DO BLACK PEOPLE REALLY UNDERSTAND THE TRUE IMPORTANCE & POWER OF LAW& ORDER? DID THEY UNDEWRSTAND AT OE TIME? WHY DONT THEY ANY LONGER? DOES THE CREATOR DEAL WITH LAW & ORDER? ARE BLACK PEOPLE BEING LEAD TO BREAK THE LAW & ORDER OF THE LAND PURPOSELY? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Taddese Desta MD. FACP is a board certified gastroenterologist practicing in San Diego, California. Dr. Taddese completed his medical training at the Oregon health Science University in Portland, Oregon and then proceeded with his Internship and Residency training at St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in San Francisco. He then did a Fellowship in gastroenterology at UC Davis in Sacramento. Dr. Taddese worked with the Care View Medical Group in San Diego before he founded his own practice , The Desta Digestive Medical Center in 2003 and opened the Euclid Endoscopy Center in 2006. He has had a thriving practice since and is also the Principal Investigator on multiple on-going clinical trials.
THE CONTROVERSIAL FOUNDER OF THE PEOPLES ADVOCACY GROUP( NY) SONNY B. SOUTHERLAND SR. INCITES, IGNITES AND INDICTS THE FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL SYSTEMS OF JUSTICE. SONNY ALSO OFFERS THE LISTENERS AN OPPORTUNITY TO VENT, DEBATE AND ASK QUESTIONS IN THIS TOWNHALL MEETING STYLED INTERNET PROGRAM. HAVE YOUR PAPER, PEN OR SMART DEVICE READY TO TAKE NOTES AND BECOME EMPOWERED!
America the Beautiful! White men have lost their place at the top of the hill. It's called social order. They think they lost it when slavery was abolished in 1863. That is not when they lost it. They actually begin to lose their place in the social order, when they waiting 18 months before notifying slaves in the southern states, namely Texas and Louisiana that salvery had been ended by order of the Federal government. As time progressed, white men did less and less, or should I say more and more to try to keep blacks as slaves. Instead of abiding by the new laws, they chose to create new laws to keep their desires legal. The Black Code Laws became part of American policing. The KKK carried out the Black Code Laws. The Freedmans Bureau established to assist slaves in transitioning into citizenship became nothing more than a sham. Peace was not to come between the races based on the pride of poorer white men. Politics was in complete control of legislating what would and could happen to blacks. Police were allowed to create as you go laws and administer judgement as they saw it should be. Prosperity was able to continue based on the desires of those with property ownership. Poverty began to spread even more as a tool for the wealthy to maintain ownership of former slaves. People began to segregate even more than had been during slavery. Power was once again seen in the wealth of the white men. Is there anything different today than in 1863 when slavery was abolished in America. If you have to wait for the approval of politicians, courts, and merchants to have social justics, judicial justice, and economic justice, than not much has change. The change must therefore come by way of we the people. We the working class people of American
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