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In this episode of Independence Nation, Keith A. Pitts, MSE will explore the "No Safe Haven" statement declared by President Obama and will pose the question why that statment doesn't apply to the 14 people involved in the 9/11 attack, which escaped the country to Saudi Arabia. Why it refers to Isis but no the Saudi escapees that have close relationship with the bush family. Othe news: Scottish independence, Ukraine military drills and ebola hazmat suits. Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday @ 3pm.
My guest on the Author Chat show is author Dwight Slaughter. Dwight will be chatting with me about his new book, Inner City Strength-The Last Unknown Name Slaughter
About the book:
If you fall down get up and finish. Dwight Slaughter graduated from Verbum Dei High School, a school with one of the top 10 winning basketball teams of all time. While at Verbum Dei High School Dwight was voted number one player in the Country in 1972 by different sports magazines. He then went on to further his education and play basketball at Cal State Los Angeles from 1972 to 1976-a period that would set a precedent with new laws changing how colleges accept athletes. During his athletic career, Slaughter was interviewed by such greats as Howard Cosell, on his show SportsBeat and in his book, I Never Played the Game; Morley Safer from 60 Minutes; and John Chancellor from World Nightly News. He was voted by ESPN and Sports Illustrated as one of the top 100 basketball players in the State of California. As a child, Slaughter relied on basketball to build his self-esteem and relieve the stress of mental and physical abuse. His gripping memoir follows his public career and takes the reader inside his personal life as well-into a childhood of abuse, betrayal...even murder.
In the first segment, Professor Kenneth Mack will discuss The New Black, a book about African Americans in the Obama era, that he edited. In the second segment, Professor Naeemah Clark will talk about her research on the life of James Brown. This segment will feature James Brown music.
in Self Help
We will have as our special quest, Dr. E. Douglas Brown, author and licensed Clinical Psychologist on this re-broadcast show. He will talk about validation as it applies to parent and child relationships and how it changes upon maturation; Why it is necessary to give it and to receive it. He will also talk about the higher level of validation which is self validation. It is important to: •Feel like you are important •Know that your feelings are real, very personal to you, and should be acknowledged as such •Feel okay sharing those feelings and personal outlooks/perspectives •Feel like someone is not going to ridicule you or in some other way disrespect you behind your expressed feelings •Feel at ease discussing what is deep inside - When children don’t have validation, the emotional scarring starts taking place and problems begin. Lack of validation is responsible for most problems youth and adults are having today.
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
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Music is divine, univeral and a tool to empower the youths.
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Aleathia Brown native of New York graduated Fiorello LaGuardia High School of Music & Art for Fine Art and earned her BFA at the School of Visual Arts for Media Arts and Art Education with a minor in Graphic Design. She completed a Certificate program for Commercial Art at Parsons School of Design and is listed with The National Museum of Women in the Arts Archives. With more than 25 years professionally making art & entrepreneurial endeavors, Aleathia has numerous solo and group exhibitions. Her works have been in permanent collections as well as collected nationally and internationally by patrons and organizations. Aleathia’s art tells a visual story and often translates music into color, line, movement and texture. Her innate spirituality is present in the collection of her art. Live Art is another of Aleathia’s passions exposing her viewing audience to the process and development of making art. In this body of work Aleathia spontaneously paints in front of an audience. The on stage experience comes alive accompanied by Spoken Word & Live Music. Aleathia also creates and produces artist development initiative workshops and lectures. She is the 2014 Artist in Residence as lead Visual Art Director for Project Y.EA.H. producing mural/individual works on canvas with youth at risk in Harlem. Unveiled Unlocked a global initiative founded by Ms. Brown launched during Harlem Week 2012 has included My Hair is not my Femininity City College Windows on Amsterdam Gallery as exhibiting artist and guest Curator. It was awarded a West Harlem Local Development Grant through Columbia University to produce 5 segment discussions videotaped and posted fall 2013 online using social media, local television access channels citywide.
Hello Everyone!!!! My Show tonight is on Energy Shifts and how they may be affecting you!
Many of us have experienced these physical changes and wondered what in the world was going on with us. I know I did some years back and it took me a good deal of web searching to find the answers I needed.
Let me help you understand how when your energy shifts you and your body shift too!!!!
I'll share some of my experiences and we can have a few giggles as we go!
Taking your questions at the end of the show as always!!!
Love and Blessings, Ada
Oliver C. Brown (sometimes credited as Oliver Brown) is an American percussionist, born December 1, 1946, in Berkley, CA. Brown was one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band. For four decades, Brown has played with a wide array of artists, from Natalie Cole to Jermane Jackson.
Brown's first big break came in Florida with TK Records as their in house percussionist. He recorded and/or toured with most of their artists. Following this, he became one of the original members of KC and The Sunshine Band as they recorded their 1974 debut album Do It Good, followed by the album KC and The Sunshine Band, which featured their first number one hit on the Billboard charts, "That's The Way (I Like It)."
In the late 1970's early 1980's, Brown was priviledged to record and tour with such artists as Jermaine Jackson, The Whispers, Larry Vann, Billy Preston. Leo Sayer, Al Jarreau, Natalie Cole, Thelma Houston and many more recording artists with Warner Brothers, Capitol Records, and Motown.
Eventually he became the third member of the trio Gravity 180, which he considers to be his greatest artistic achievement to date. Brown has stated that the group has given him the opportunity to express percusission in a way that could be said to be a percussionists' dream. Brown also performs with Nils, a Billboard #1 Smooth Jazz artist and has done so on all of Nils' albums. He continues to perform with Nils and Gravity 180, as well as with other prominent artists from around the world.
Brown was featured in Gravity 180, the 2012 documentary film about the group, written, directed, co-produced, and edited by two-time awarding filmmaker Len Rosen. The film was a featured documentary at the Monaco Film Festival in May 2012, and was granted an Honarary award.
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