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  • 00:24

    Flyy, Female & Fabulous: Raijean Stroud

    in Women

    This edition of Flyy, Female & Fabulous features  entrepreneur and blogger Raijean Stroud. She is publisher and editor-in-chief of Swa-Rai Fashion & Lifestyle Blog, which she founded in 2010 and has since become one of the fastest growing sites with the help of social media. Swa-Rai covers, fashion, beauty, food, travel, lifestyle and luxury.
    Raijean is also founder of Bleeding Heart Project, an organization that promotes heart health awareness and prevention, especially in young people. As a heart health advocate and survivor, she is passionate about spreading the word about heart disease as well as publicly speaking on how heart disease has changed her life.
    I’ll be chatting with Raijean about her blog, her organization and what else she has going on in her world.

  • 00:41

    SOS Emergency phone support needed for homeless & victims advocate Tammy Stroud

    in Current Events

    Emergency phone support needed for truth Activist, homeless & victims advocate Tammy Stroud She is being abused by the Connecticut courts & state police She moved from Tenn to care for a disabled brother the state police took her car after a traffic stop and demanded 6000 dollars for its return Tammy has been walking to work for 7 years now After posting bail and while leaving the jail she was forced into a van by York Correctional Institution staff and taken to a psychiatric ward and held against her will without charge First Habeas Corpus ignored and buried Tammy held for 6 months Finally released and now facing charges for walking on the side of road & refusing to fingerprint Neither investigator Bryan Fahey nor Sgt Supervisor Mark Juhola provided a signature on the DPS-683-E report - a printout does not qualify call state atty Micheal Kennedy 860-443-8444 and atty Thomas Griffin 860-889-5284 judge Timothy Bates 860-889-7338 and the vicar general Steven Boguslawski 860-541-6491 because a call from him could make the abuse stop

  • 01:49

    The Main Chakras Part 2 on HLT0's The 6th DAY Hosted by Mieasha Stroud

    in Spirituality

    Energy Specialist Rafiya the Light Worker joins Ma'am G.g. and Michelle Garrett  showing us the way to what is Chakra in part two on HLT0’s ‘The 6th DAY’ hosted by Mieasha Stroud. In part one, we learned Chakra is the energy centers in our body in which energy flows through. Tune in to part one and joint down comments and questions and be ready for part two here on HLT0’s ‘The 6th DAY. We learned blocked energy can often lead to illness. We now know it' is important not only to know of what are Chakras, but to understand what each Chakra represents. Call 347-857-1541 and find out what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely.


    Some may view Chakras as New Age and for many like Ma’am G.g., It is very new. She falls under the, “I’ve heard about it” category . 


    HLT0’s ‘The 6th DAY, invites instructors of the Healing Charkas to tune in and press (1). We are all in a search of change in life and love, but the change begins with you, within. HLT0's seven part series sparks the knowing and the new to engage in learning about something so important, but hidden from others. As a Light Worker, Sister Rafiya is wise and a super novice to the Chakras and what she knows, will plant seeds for others to learn more and be set free internally. This episode and the upcoming episodes will guide us all as we listen and learn why some things in our life here in this realm is blocked or seem unattainable.

  • 01:00

    Interview with "Andrea Stroud"!

    in Indie Music

    Tune in this Sunday, January 18, 2015 @ 6:30 p.m. with your hosts Evg. Globee Pope and Min. Derrick Tuggle as they take you on another fabulous independent gospel ride on the music train of "Glorious Gospel Vibes"!  You know we play independent gospel artists from all around the globe! Our special guest this week will Actress/Author/Singer/Playwriter, "ANDREA STROUD". Oh yes, we are gonna put it on ya!  Also joining us will be Min. Lois "Candee" Vernon with 'Inspiration Corner' and none other than Sista Vangelist Peppercorn will be in 'da house. So if you want ta see right, you bettah be right, right here, tuned into Glorious Gospel Vibes on Blog Talk Radio! Holla!
     

  • 01:39

    Rafiya the Light Worker - Main Chakras on The 6th DAY hosted by Mieasha Stroud

    in Spirituality

    The 6th DAY 'You choose the day you will have'~Gg


    Co-hosted byMa'am Ma'amG.g. &  Michelle Garrett


    chak·ra


    'CHäkr?/


    noun




    (in Indian thought) each of the centers of spiritual power in the human body, usually considered to be seven in number.




    On The 6th DAY, for this episode and for the next seven weeks, the hosts of HLT0 will sit with coffee in hand and tuned into  the mind with Energy Specialist, Rafiya the Light Worker. She is going to discuss the basics of what is Chakra and its' seven centers. We all know what shows up in life could affect us on many levels. But what about what has occurred in the past? It seems whether we know it or not incidents and events have prevented us from moving on in present life living. There are too many little battles that show up in life for us to stay in constant worry keeping us blocked from true happiness and what is here for us in this realm. As we continue to be in bondage over our past , and the past we don't consiously know about, but HLT0 knows for sure, a healthy body begins with a healthly mind. This subject matter may be new to some, but we invite you to take a look and HLT0 guarantee by listening, you will get something out of this segment with Rafiya the Light Worker.


    http://www.Risezen.net

  • 02:04

    Bringing The Romance Back To Your Marriage: Can It Help Children Behave Better?

    in Women

    Relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, of the website www.romanticmuslim.com is back with Part 2 of the discussion on bringing romance back into the marriage. Lovemaking is an art that begins long before the intimacy of the bedroom. It starts with the sound of your voice when you greet each other in the morning all the way to the embrace when you come home after a hard days work.  How does a woman create a romantic mood in her home? It's the melodious music in the background as you walk in the door. It's the scent of your perfume, the creative design of your hair, brightness of your smile. It's the soft lights in the livingroom, the smell of delicious food in the kitchen, the warm bathwater waiting to soak cramped muscles after a day of perspiration in the hot sun or cramped office. How do children respond when they see signs of romance between their parents? Does it give them more anticipation for marriage? Does it give them a greater sense of security, as opposed to the tention created by constant arguments between parents? Does it create a more peaceful household? Many adults never express affection or desire for each other in the presence of children, therefore, children grow up not knowing how to be romantic wtih their own spouses.   Can we prepare our children for happier marriages by exhibiting a little more excitement in our own?

  • 03:04

    Bringing The Romance Back Into Your Marriage, Part 2

    in Religion

    Relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, of the website www.romanticmuslim.com is back with Part 2 of the discussion on bringing romance back into the marriage. Lovemaking is an art that begins long before the intimacy of the bedroom. It starts with the sound of your voice when you greet each other in the morning all the way to the embrace when you come home after a hard days work.  How does a woman create a romantic mood in her home? It's the melodious music in the background as you walk in the door. It's the scent of your perfume, the creative design of your hair, brightness of your smile. It's the soft lights in the livingroom, the smell of delicious food in the kitchen, the warm bathwater waiting to soak cramped muscles after a day of perspiration in the hot sun or cramped office. How do children respond when they see signs of romance between their parents? Does it give them more anticipation for marriage? Does it give them a greater sense of security, as opposed to the tention created by constant arguments between parents? Does it create a more peaceful household? Many adults never express affection or desire for each other in the presence of children, therefore, children grow up not knowing how to be romantic wtih their own spouses.   Can we prepare our children for happier marriages by exhibiting a little more excitement in our own?

  • 02:04

    Bored With Your Mate? Bring Romance Back Into Your Marriage

    in Women

    Sometimes we get so "religious" that our relationships become little more than a ritual. We forget how to "woo" that special person in our lives that we married, and settle into the routine of work, home, children, cleaning, paying bills. At home, we don't dress up around each other, we don't wear cologne or perfume, we don't comb our hair, we don't shave. We just figure our spouse will love us anyway, just as we are. We may not even make an effort to put that sweet tone in our voice when we speak. After a while, the marriage becomes boring. Although our morals may keep us from looking outside our marriage for excitement, we feel like something is missing. Well, it is. We forgot to keep the romance in our marriage. Today's guest, relationship counselor Bilal Stroud, helps us remember how to rekindle that fire that may be slowly going out, so that we can once again enjoy that special person in your life.

  • 03:04

    Bored With Your Mate? Bring Romance Back Into Your Marriage!

    in Religion

    Sometimes we get so "religious" that our relationships become little more than a ritual. We forget how to "woo" that special person in our lives that we married, and settle into the routine of work, home, children, cleaning, paying bills. At home, we don't dress up around each other, we don't wear cologne or perfume, we don't comb our hair, we don't shave. We just figure our spouse will love us anyway, just as we are. We may not even make an effort to put that sweet tone in our voice when we speak. After a time, the marriage becomes boring. And although our morals may keep us from looking outside our marriage for excitement, we feel like something is missing. Well, it is. We forgot to keep the romance in our relationship. Today's guest, relationship counselor Bilal Stroud,  helps us remember how to rekindle that fire that may be slowly going out, so that we can once again enjoy that special person in our lives.

  • 01:00

    Women Change Agents

    in Politics Progressive

    Host Rev. Glencie Rhedrick is joined by women leaders (and an occasional supportive man) to discuss progressive politics, American politics, culture, faith, demographics, social justice, economic justice, justice, social change, candidates, elections, policy, Congress, and more!


    Rev. Glencie's guest today is Francetta “Fran” Farrer, publisher of County News For You in Charlotte North Carolina. Fran's news mediums address the needs and present opportunities and viewpoints of mis-represented and underserved communities with the ultimate goal of improving the world.


    Fran has served on the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Broadcasting Authority as board development chair for the WTVI Board; Former secretary of the Garden Park Neighborhood Association; Former President and Founding Member of E.C.H.O. (Excelsior Club Humanitary Organization). Past member of the City of Statesville Leadership Team to implement the city’s 5-Year Vision Plan to regain the First Class City Status.


    She is an  Executive Board Member, and Subscribing Life Member – Charlotte Branch NAACP, where I serve as chair of the Press and Public Relations Committee; Secretary of the Anita Stroud Foundation Board, Vice President – Garden Park, Northwood Park, Northwood Hills Neighborhood Association, and member of E.C.H.O. (Excelsior Club Humanitarian Organization), Vice President NCBPA (North Carolina Black Publisher’s Association); former President of Region II NNPA, as well as former member of the membership committee for NNPA (National Newspaper Publisher’s Association – “Black Press of America”), and former member board development committee NCPA (North Carolina Press Association).

  • 02:50

    Glass Ceiling- Sara Stroud-Colvin

    in Entertainment

    No Progress for Women in Business Says 2013 Census of Fortune 500


    Sara Stroud-Colvin


    Director of Development, School of Business


     To support the strategic initiatives of the SIUE School of Business through the development programs and alumni relations programs. 


    Analyze and assessing needs for philanthropic support based on School of Business strategic plan. Develop and execute plans to pursue resources that will enhance the reputation of the School of Business. Develop engagement strategies and communication plans for prospective donors. Direct and organize scholarship committees to select recipients. Work with donors to increase relationship with the School of Business and scholarship recipients. Work with donors regarding gift stipulations, insuring that stipulations are followed. Managing and overseeing outside contractors who provide communication services, developing and communicating concepts and overseeing production. Work with other departments across campus to coordinate efforts such as Alumni Affairs and University Relations. We ask her the hard questions about business, and  Stereotypes vs. Generalizations, The Glass Ceiling is it real? Join us