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  • 01:59

    December 17th Home Court Sports Show

    in Sports

    The culture of an organization is Important!!!

    Join us TONIGHT (7-9pm CST) for another excitment filled episode of Home Court Sports Talk Show with Lamont, Eugene & Mr. C!

    Topics:



    With Jabari Parker out for the remainder of the season, can the Bucks still reach the playoffs? Should playoffs still be the goal? Who do you expect to step up in his absence?
    Do you believe Giannis Antetokounmpo ha...s earned the right to make the NBA All Star Team?
    Though Steve Kerr is the coach now, how much credit does Mark Jackson deserve for creating a winning culture with the Golden State Warriors?



    Listen live every Wednesday at www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports from 7-9pm CST.

    If you are not around a computer or don't have internet access, you can listen by dialing (347) 945-7002. To listen, press nothing. To join us live on the air, press 1 and we'll bring you on at our next opportunity!

  • 00:18

    What Is a Personal Conviction?

    in Religion

    What Is a Personal Conviction?


    Thank you for joining us this evening, as we dig deeper into the word of God and pull out the wisdom that he has for us with Prophetess Shareta

  • 00:42

    Pinkney to Pinkney Mike Brown Protesters and Rev Pinkney say no more!

    in Politics Progressive

    Nearly 200 communities around the country held an angry protest. It was an reaction to the racist Grand Jury' failure to indict a murderer Darren Wilson After he shot and killed an unarmed man. Darren Wilson shot and killed Michael Brown, this was a hate crime. In the 60's it was called Negro removal, in Bosnia, it was called Ethnic Cleansing, today it is called Genocide.

  • 02:00

    Virginity and Kink? How can you play and not have sex?

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight on The Underground Sex Show, We discuss kink and virginity with Feral_Sophisticate and his girl. Everyone always thinks Kinksters have to have sex to be kinky but it's certainly not true! We discuss that and other judgemental issues such as age gap. Even in Kinkville where we are suppose to be accepting of others, age gap continues to be taboo. Tune in!

  • 02:20

    December 10th Home Court Sports Show

    in Sports

    Talk is cheap..... the proof is in the Action!

    The hosts for TONIGHT'S Home Court Sports Talk Show are: Lamont, Eugene & Mr. C

    Topics:



    Would the Milwaukee Bucks have been this competitive this season with Larry Drew as head coach?
    After the Green Bay Packers beat the New England Patriots & Atlanta Falcons, is it fair to say that the Packers are the best team in the NFL?
    Is John Wall an elite point guard in the NBA?
    How good of a season will the Marquette Golden Eagles have?



    Listen live every Wednesday at www.blogtalkradio.com/homecourtsports from 7-9pm CST.

    If you are not around a computer or don't have internet access, you can listen by dialing (347) 945-7002. To listen, press nothing. To join us live on the air, press 1 and we'll bring you on at our next opportunity!

  • 00:36

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    Meet author Annie Brown. Annie has been on the Author Chat Show several times to promote her books, and this time is no different. We'll be chatting with Annie about her new book, My Little People: A Social Workers Journey


    About the book:


    Annie Clara Brown is passionate about her work in hospice. It is gratifying to have embraced the social work profession in this manner! She cares deeply for her patients and caregivers, she has developed a healthy sense of humor working in an area that can be demanding both physically and emotionally. Annie's strengths lie in the personal stories and her personal feelings, reactions, and experiences.


    About the author:


    Annie Clara Brown is a licensed social worker who holds a Baccelerate of Social Work (BSW) from the University of Montevallo and a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Alabama. Her concentration in graduate school was children, adolescences, and families. Prior experience in the social work field includes: internships at Talladega County Department of Human Resources in Adult Protective Services, and the Cheaha Mental Health Center. Ms. Brown acquired training through the Alabama Department of Human Resources as a Family Preparation Specialist and training through the Alabama Department of Public Health as Case Manager for Diabetics and Asthmatic persons. She currently works as a hospice social worker with Lakeside Hospice in Pell City, Alabama.  Ms. Brown is a mother, grandmother, and a great-grandmother. She is also a licensed minister in the AOH Church of God, Inc. She serves as secretary in her local church and is a District Sunday School Superintendent. Ms. Brown is an avid reader. She is a published author of two other books, Christians with Pervasive Issues and Who I Be.

  • 01:29

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 987

    in Self Help

    OPEN TOPIC or "open mike" night. Call in! Pick any issues, topics or subjects you'd like to discuss. Wearing a Blue Ribbon is the symbol of Child Abuse Awareness! Millions of abuse victims (men and women) hide the story of their experience well into adulthood. A huge number continue to suffer from pain, anger, fear, shame and embarrassment for decades. Most will agree their traumas have resulted in an inability to trust, make good decisions and have healthy relationships. But giving up the secret is often how recovery begins, one survivor talking to another. Join Bill Murray and his co-hosts, panelists and guests, many of them abuse survivors, others supporters and friends, for an informed discussion of the many important issues that surround child abuse. Anonymous calls and chat room participation are encouraged. ~~ Please see our web site at: www.NAASCA.org

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    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 988

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Kimberly Mackanic, MSW, LCSW, a councilor at SAFE in Hunterdon in Flemington, New Jersey, since July 2011. Their mission is to empower adult and child survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, while collaborating with the community to prevent violence and create positive social change. They have a 24-hour hotline and provide safe and transitional housing, legal advocacy, crisis intervention, individual and group counseling, community education and PALS, and a unique children’s arts therapy program. SAFE in Hunterdon delivers critical support services to the many families that have experienced violence in their lives. In her role, Kimberly provides individual and group counseling services for victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual abuse in the community, as well as to survivors of abuse who are incarcerated at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women (where an estimated 85% of the population are survivors of abuse). She is also a facilitator for the agency's 80-hour Volunteer Training program. Kimberly entered the field after completing her Master's in Social Work at Rutgers University, with an area of emphasis in Violence Against Women & Children, and completed her clinical license in 2014. Additionally, she has discussed her work with incarcerated survivors on panel discussions at V-day Flemington ("What I Want My Words to do to You") in 2014 and at Rutgers University Law School ("Crime After Crime: Debbie's Law") in 2012. Kimberly has also been an advocate for survivors of sexual violence via performances in nine productions of The Vagina Monologues throughout NJ since 2006.

  • Civil Disobedience Is The American Way w/Bill Wells

    in Business

    Civil Disobedience Is The American Way: 


    Fighting Injustice with New Forms of Peaceful Protest


    From Trayvon Martin to Jordan Davis to Michael Brown to Eric Garner to DJ Henry. America has a problem.  A race and gender problem.   And sitting right in the bullseye are countless Black men, young and old victimized by police tactics that work against them in grand jury rulings and court house verdicts.  We can no longer look the other way…Americans are finally saying ENOUGH to the senseless killings that are happening throughout the land. 


    Important details missing from a dispatcher’s call to police resulted in a 12 year old child being gunned down by a rookie cop in Cleveland.  And a man with asthma desperately calling out “I can’t breathe” succumbed to a New York cop’s chokehold that finished his life forever.


    Veteran diversity professional and former chair of the National Black MBA Association Bill Wells will discuss the direction of our country as we wrestle with police brutality and its fatal impact on Black men everywhere.  And we’ll also look at the  groundswell of peaceful protests around the country and the world that are waking us all up the the changes needed to fix the injustices so badly derailing our nation.

  • 00:38

    The Author Chat Show with Lynda D. Brown

    in Books

    My guest on Saturday Dec. 13th is author Mark Smith. I'll be chatting with him about the book he co-wrote with his wife, Brenda, One Last Hurrah: A Story of Making Peace and Making a Difference.


    About the book:


    I write this book to share my life story with whoever wants to learn that, from the most meager beginnings wrecked with abuse and negativity, a human being can emerge as a whole person who has much to give to the world around him.
    Follow me as I take you through my life from a troubled childhood, through the world of professional wrestling, to youth ministry and foster parent. It is here that I have found the most rewarding life: sharing


     


     


     


    About the author:


    I was born the youngest of five to a mother and father that fought every day that I can remember.  My father had an explosive temper and it was nothing for him to violently beat us and throw tools at us while at our family-owned gas station.  I slept with a baseball bat every night.  All through the house, you could find fist wholes behind pictures on the wall and in doors.  When my parents divorced after 30 tortuous years, I was then subjected to a step-father who had a drug problem; taking over 20 Percodan’s a day. 


     

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