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This is "the Conversation" hosted by Klarque Garrison & Michele Gilliam-Morrissey. Our goal each week is to bring on elite guest who will inpsire, motivate and educate our loyal listeners. This week our guests include:
Ben Dixon- Back to recap this past Democratic Debate the author of "God is not a Republican" and the host of the syndicated show (the Ben Dixon Show)...Political pundit Mr. Ben Dixon
Ingrid Arna- She's an author, women's wealth advocate, B.S. FREE business coach, an agent of transformation and CEO Diva Mama for online entrepreneurs and coaches. Ingrid Arna joins us from Australia to talk about how she's changing lives
Pamela Humphrey- CEO of Chic Geek, Inc. and One of the talented Fashion Designers highlighted at the 2016 Vegas Cut + Sew 4 days of Fashion, Business + Education (Feb. 18-21st) Ms. Pamela Humphrey joins us on "the Conversation"!
Reece Odum- we're featuring Actress, Model, Producer & Director Reece Odum! Join us as we have a sit down with this rising star and find out how she's made Acting become a Dream Come True!
Mr Loc Fo Real doesn't consider himself to be following a single genre. He likes to think of himself as a well rounded "hybrid rapper". Whether it be club, gangster, or whatever comes to mind, he's not afraid to incorporate an eclectic blend of original beats, mainstream yet intricate elements, coupled with commanding heartfelt powerful vocals, all delivered and described with a smooth but big voice and sound. His stage presence, showmanship, and style of hip hop music are creating quite a buzz, landing Mr Loc Fo Real opening spots for artists such as Too $hort, WestSide Connection, E 40, B Legit, Knoc Turnal, Trina, Baby Bash, Ashanti and others.
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GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Virginia "SuperNova" Slim & Jit Chronicles with Co-Hosts Cata' Mafioso, JuztKP, Young Nah, and Dub Dinero. Join us for Guest Interviews with Indie Recording Artists "Young Gifted" and "Reece Beezy" as they both talk about their new and upcoming projects. There will be a topic for discussion, the latest Hip Hop News, and more. Plus random calls will be taken and music will be played. Call-in @ 323-693-3043 and press "1" to stream LIVE with thw panel of hosts. #GHR #RealityRadio
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“Sleep deprivation during military deployment is archaic, harmful and institutionally unavoidable. It may aggravate, and even cause, PTSD in veterans returning from combat. Why’s it taking so long for military brass to take action?” – Peter S. Green, journalist
Award-winning journalist Peter S. Green investigated sleep deprivation during military deployment and how “circadian scarring” among our troops may aggravate, and even cause, PTSD in veterans returning from combat. Green asks, “Why is it taking so long for military brass to take action?”
During today’s show our guest, Miguel Reece, Retired US Air Force Major and former VA civil servant, will address this and other related issues that are adversely affecting our servicemen and servicewomen while on and returning from deployment.
A case study: U.S. Army Corporal Sean Bedingfield
Through the long summer of 2008, U.S. Army Corporal Sean Bedingfield led a fire team at a dust-choked combat operations post in the craggy terrain of Kunar province in northeastern Afghanistan. His platoon was five men short of its full 32-person complement, and would catch incoming fire several times a day from Taliban insurgents in the surrounding hills.
Full-day patrols sent Bedingfield and his squad 3,000 feet or more up into the mountains, and another 3,000 feet back down to their camp. At night, they stood watch to ward off insurgents. Often, they’d double-staff the watchtowers to ensure no one fell asleep. “If one guy dozed, the other’s job was to slap him around to wake him up,” Bedingfield said.
This special report is available for free as a download as a PDF or an ebook on the iTunes store.
(Click here: http://j.mp/1kINjI8.)
Jan. 28th New Hanover County NAACP at, 7pm t 501 Red Cross, St. Stephen AME
Jan. 29th UNCW's Homecoming Step Show Tix are on sale NOW!! $$10 for UNCW Students/$15 for UNCW Alum/$20 for Public . . . Last year this show sold out 4 days before it began, so please do not get left out this year! Go online to http://www.etix.com/…/homecoming-step-show-wilmington-uncw-… or purchase them from the UNCW Kenan box office. Show is Friday, January 29 - doors open at 6:30 pm - show begins at 7:30pm
LINC DINNER MILESTONE
Jan 30 Hidden colors 3 at 1310 Dock St Advance Youth outreach $3
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THIS WEEK ON A SPECIAL EDITION OF "WESTSIDE WEDNESDAYS"WE WELCOME THE QUEEN OF LONG BEACH AND FORMER MEMBER OF THE LEGENDARY ALL FEMALE WESTCOAST HIP HOP GROUP CREATED BY SNOOP DOGG THE "DOGGYS ANGELS" MISS KOLA LOC TO THE SHOW. KOLA LOC IS BACC TO RECLAIM THE FEMALE THRONE AND FEATURED ON THE NEW "LONG BEACH MOVEMENT" PART 2 COMPILATION. SHE WILL BE LIVE ON THE OG PREMISES WEDNESDAY NIGHT 7-9 PM PACIFIC AND 10-12 EASTERN. CALL IN AND SPEAK TO KOLA @ (914) 803-4001. #LONGBEACH #WESTSIDEWEDNESDAYS #LONGBEACHMOVEMENT
Government Contracts; Sean Reece, Marcelle Smith, UNICEF to help CCB BARBADOS and Rodney Wilkinson.
Marcelle Smith, missing sister in law of the Vernon Smith clan (was she carjacked and killed?); Sean Reece, ex-commander of the Barbados Coast Guard who allegedly killed himself (why? People who knew him said he would never have committed suicide.); Mark B.A. Thompson, a lay person, who gets government engineering contracts when it is clearly stated that Government contracts should ONLY be awarded to qualified architects/engineers (re: Barbados Water Authority, etc.- how/why - he is not an architect); UNICEF is supposedly getting involved with Child Care Board matters in Barbados (why? because of Naked Departure exposure?); Rodney Wilkinson's Nassco and Globe Insurance scam.
Sheri Veronica. Rawle Maycock. Angela Cole. Alex Mitchell
declaration of war on colonization
The economic problems in the Black commmunity can be solved with financial investments in business, property management, homeownership, education and the establishment of meaningful programs to empower our youth to do for self.. Black Women is the foundation for unity, brotherhood, family, economic development, health care and personal wealth, to end sytematic oppression and institutional racism in America. A nation can rise no higher then it;s women (Black Pan Africanism) is the key to building a civilized society for Black people in America. Guest Sister Neice X Huey P Newton gun society, Sister Dora Muhammad of Boston LOC, Dr. Amunet Director Shabazz University, Prof. Lisette Luna and special guest.
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