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You just received an invitation to your class reunion. In your mind you picture the bald, the overweight and the beautiful. But wait, you see those pictures every day on Facebook and Twitter. Are reunions becoming a thing of the past? What can you expect besides a comical porthole to your past? Join me as we explore the world of reunions and how social media is slowly putting them out of business.
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Come to the Table Talk! will be on location at the St. Anne High School Classic Reunion in Kankakee, Il!
This will be an exciting show because some of the reunion attendees have known one another for 50 years and we will hear from many of the reunion attendees about the key to maintaining a friendship over 3 decades. You dont want to miss this show. We will hear a multitude of perspectives about High School Reunions...The Good, The Bad, and Everything in Between.
Join Come to the Table...Talk! on location at the St. Anne High School Classic Reunion!
Black family reunions: they’re not just a picnic, says Culture Freedom Radio host Mind Magick. “This past weekend I went to my first family renunion, on my father’s side. I got to see a lot of aunts and uncles I hadn’t seen in many years, and a lot of cousins I didn’t even know I had. And it’s a touching experience because, like, my aunt told me what my dad was like when he was young and how he used to get in trouble. And as soon as my aunt saw my, she started crying. She was so happy because it was like seeing her late brother again. You get to hear a lot of good things about your family that you never heard of.”
Throughout the south, African Americans celebrate their family heritage though family reunions. After the Emancipation Proclamation was signed to free the slaves in 1863, many former slaves set out to find their kin. Noted author Alex Haley's television series "Roots" prompted many African Americans to become interested in African American genealogy.
"What are the functions of African American Reunions?" Are we linking the past, presence and future? Are we putting enough emphasis on family history, educational discussions, family investments, family charitable causes, family business affairs, successsions, family estate planning and other important family matters that are vital to the family existence?
Please join host Antoinette Harrell for this upcoming discussion.
Join me your host Sonia Pasqual of Enlighten with Truth Radio Online, as I welcome Polona Somrak and Jani Koren of Ascension Pioneers from Ljubljana, Slovenia. We are in intense times of the transition into a new density called Ascension. For that reason, there are many here on this planet who’ve volunteered to assist with this planetary shift. There are also many Twin Flame couples (Divine counterparts), who are a part of this Divine decree. They have agreed to come to this plane of existence and show the way of the New with their own embodiment of Divine Love, to represent and model a new template of Being, a new relationship paradigm for the New Earth. In Truth, every relationship is Divine in its nature, and Twin Flames are only showing this highest potential of a Divine Reunion through their own example … to every Being that is currently embodied on this planet. There is so much material out there on Twin Flames and what they are supposed to represent, but many are missing the most important component of a true Divine Reunion, which is merging with our sacred Self and selfless service to others through the magic of our individual experience of Oneness and many initiations of Spirit that this initiation requires. These two are one of those couples who have agreed to come here to share their own Divine remembrance with others and show the way through their own Divine Reunion which includes all the challenges that are being experienced as a consequence of the intensity of spiritual growth, that a Twin Flame relationship requires for the embodiment of Divine Love our Source Essence. Through their own experiences, they wish to spread the highest Truth about Divine Reunions and show that it is possible to embody our highest aspect in this physical form and embodiment.
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The Mississippi’s Small Farmer Agricultural Leadership Training Institute Graduates will host their second Reunion on Monday March 9, 1:30 p.m. Central Time from Ryan’s Family Steak House 436 Riverwind Drive Pearl, MS. We are ready and fired up for this historic reunion according to Dorothy Harper Class-2 participant. The Small Farmer Agricultural Leadership Training Institute afforded me an opportunity to build life’s long relationships to help provoke change in rural America. We are thankful to the 1890s Leadership Team for allowing small farmers and landowners to learn the principles of leadership.
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The role of social media has long stretched beyond simple pleasure and reunions with long lost friends and loved ones. Over the past couple of years, employers have taken to social media to track potential candidates' activities and use what they see to qualify/disqualify applicants for positions, and recently, college universities are now tracking incoming applicants' activities to accept/deny students a slot in their schools. This practice certainly has beneifts, but the cons seem to far outweigh the pros when an individual's social media activities are used as evidence in a capital criminal case, or as inflammatory building blocks to legalize an illegal manuever. Tonight, our discussion centers around the case of rapper Tiny Doo and Aaron Harvey, an African-American California resident who are both facing life in prison for a picture posted n Facebook which authorities say prove gang affiliation and provoked a murder spree. Should social media activities be allowed as case-building evidence in the law? And are African-Americans once again the prime hunting game in --this practice? Tune in tonight at 11 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
We finally made it to Friday again and we've got lots in store this weekend - from Bar Mitzvahs, to camp reunions and more. Listen in and get caught up on what everyone is talking about - okay -- maybe what we are talking about.
Host Jim Ventura (professional Navigational consultant - Astrology, Numerology, Runes, Tarot, Animal cards etc...) is the author of two metaphysical books, YouTube videos and does local and Skype seminars and classes on many different metaphysical subjects. Snake Oil is Jim's monthly blog column. Snake Oil radio is a forum for discussion of a wide range of metaphysical subjects with a primary focus on how everyone can learn to fine tune their unique intuitive abilities and skills. Callers may call in toward the end of Jim’s show with questions or comments and some shows include 5 minute free mini navigational consultations (today's show will not get to live calls).
Todays Show live Column read: Drippy Nose
“...After my return from my family reunion, my practical, conscious mind rationalized that my sinus infection was due to the tremendous vegetation blooming in California while I was visiting. I also figured that the flight itself might have contributed to my sinus infection. Yet my wiser, intuitive self knew there was far more to this than physical causes. Almost all of my family reunions, wherever they were, often resulted in a sinus infection. My nose had been raw from blowing it so many times. I had decided after my last sinus infection to see it as an opportunity to resolve a physical and emotional issue that my body was attempting to get me to recognize. Louise Hay’s brilliant book You Can Heal Your Life lists all kinds of physical conditions and illnesses, and explains the psychological cause and where they come from...” Join me for a discussion about how emotional and psycolgical themes are often the seed behind physcial struggles, and how we can heal from the inside out!
The last 40 years in the Bar and Restaurant scene in Niagara Falls. What happened to Main Street. A discussion with Rick Crogan of Cousins and Kevin Young of the Bakery Lounge
The Real Rosewood Foundation, Inc.
The Real Rosewood Foundation was created in 2002 to develop a timeline, expand the search, find lost survivors, and locate descendants – black and white, inviting cultural participation to preserve an important history.
Though it has been ninety-two years since the massacre, the descendants are still in touch with their beginning. Each year in July they celebrate family reunions. They are not angry and do not dwell on the past destruction of their hometown. Choosing to attain higher learning, many have gone on to become educators, doctors, lawyers, engineers, superintendent of schools, and skilled workers. They never lost the work ethics and values instilled in them by their ancestors. A most recent development regarding Rosewood is the interest of white Rosewood descendants in helping protect the history.
This foundation is dedicated to building the Rosewood Black History Preservation and Research Center in memory of the Rosewood survivors and descendants at Mahulda's Archer, Florida homestead. Additionally, the foundation sponsors a scholarship in honor of Mahulda Gussie Brown Carrier, the third Rosewood schoolteacher employed in Levy County. Carrier is the first and only black female principal employed in Levy County and is believed the second black female principal hired in the state of Florida . The foundation is working to produce a documentary recapping real truths by historian Lizzie Jenkins, founder and president of The Real Rosewood Foundation, who is writing her life story which includes how she unlocked the secrets of Rosewood through consistent research. Moreover, the foundation is producing two songs, "Rosewood Florida" and "Rosewood, No More".
William "DUECE" Hulett is from Lexington, KY. He was raised by his loving parents who both had a strong love of music. As William was growing up, his mother would always listen to Patsy Cline, Connie Francis and Gene Pitney, and his father listened to Ronnie Milsap, Hank Williams, Randy Travis and Ray Stevens, to name a few, and their love for music influenced William to become a singer himself. William was introduced at an early age to many types of music and has been influenced by them all but most of all, his greatest inspirations would have to be "Garth Brooks" "Randy Travis" and "Alan Jackson".
William first started singing at age 7 at his local church and his deep love for singing just got stronger as the years went by. He would sing at family reunions, weddings and gatherings as much as possible, and at the age of 17 his luck started to change when his uncle bought a bar in Versailles, KY. William had his first singing debut in front of a large crowd at his uncle’s bar. As William looked out into the crowd and into their eyes filled with enjoyment, he then knew that singing was what he would strive for. Being a singer and pleasing the crowd made him come alive and William has been singing ever since.
William, as years went by, owned a few bars and has done personal security for some of the biggest and best entertainers known. Never giving up on his singing career, William's dream has finally come true and he is now known as Independent Nashville Recording Artist "DUECE"!
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