• 01:58

    The Dr. Pat Show-Talk Radio to Thrive By!

    in Entertainment

    The Dr. Pat Show: Rock Your World with Master Jesus with Spiritual Guide Wendy R. Wolf. Jesus Rocked his world, 2,000 years ago; he ushered in a whole new vibration and a new paradigm of Divine Connection. Jesus WAS Light, Way, Truth, Life in his world, and he calls US to Do the Same...in our own way. Let's tune into Jesus spiritually: receive his wisdom and insights for us, and most importantly his spiritual frequency - So we can ROCK our life, and our world, today!


    The Dr. Pat Show: Stop your screaming body...before it starts! Dr. James Rosenwald. Dental treatment is mostly viewed as a physical therapy which, of course, it is. However, there is another aspect to dental care and that is the relationship aspect between the patient and their dental care team.


    The Dr. Pat Show: Part 2 of Loving Yourself to Great Health - Thoughts and Food – The Ultimate Diet with Co-Authors Ahlea Khadro and Heather Dane. For decades, best-selling author Louise Hay has transformed people's lives and health by teaching them to let go of limiting beliefs and create the life of their dreams. Now in this tour de force, Louise teams up with her go-to natural health and nutrition experts, Ahlea Khadro and Heather Dane, to reveal the other side of her secret to health, happiness, and longevity: living a nutrient-rich life. Unlike any health book you've ever read, this book transcends fads, trends, and dogma to bring you a simple yet profound system to heal your body, mind, and life that is as gentle as changing the way you think.

  • 00:31

    The Refractive Thinker® Radio Show: Research Results: Productivity and Happiness

    in Entrepreneur

    Welcome to the Refractive Thinker® Radio Show hosted by the award winning and international bestselling author Dr. Cheryl Lentz, The Academic Entrepreneur™.


    Meet the scholars of the award winning doctoral anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®, where we focus on getting doctoral research off the coffee table and into the hands of business owners who can benefit from the results. Academic solutions for business results.


    Join us each week for 30 minutes of thought provoking radio, every Tuesday Morning at 9 am MST, designed to discuss emerging topics in higher education and business.  We will meet today’s industry thought leaders and college professors leading the way. 


    This week’s guests features Jennifer Rosenwald with experience in both the corporate and academic landscapes, focusing on happiness first, productivity second.  Details may be found at http://www.JenniferRosenwald.com/


    For additional information regarding the award winning series, The Refractive Thinker®, to learn about doctoral scholars in our community, as well as to purchase books in the series, visit www.RefractiveThinker.com;  Books may be purchased in paperback and eBooks, as well as eChapters available on Kindle via Amazon.com


     

  • 01:51

    The Dr. Pat Show-Talk Radio to Thrive By!

    in Entertainment

    The Dr. Pat Show: Why focus is so important for a long lasting relationship! Guest Host Colette Marie Stefan and Marc Kettenbach.


    GET INTOIT! WINNING at the game of LIFE! with Co-host Lynn Brown: Stop your screaming body...before it starts! Prevent aches, pains and injuries from occurring and enhance your 'energy' level. Dr. James Rosenwald and Wendy R. Wolf


     

  • 00:31

    Jennie Dean 1852- 1913 ~Founded Manassas Technical School w/ Dr. P.J. Merrill!

    in Culture

    Jennie Dean (1852-1913)
    Undaunted Faith~ Manassas Industrial School & Jennie Dean Memorial


    The most significant person in the founding of the school was Jane Serepta Dean. Dean was born into slavery in western Prince William County, Virginia around 1852. . Dean was a deeply religious woman
    Manassas Industrial School & Jennie Dean Memorial


    Tonight learn more about the school as  Dr. Phillip Merrill lectures on the Manassas School!


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    Tonight learn more about the school as  Dr. Phillip Merrill lectures on the Manassas School!


    Join Dr. Merrill September 19, 2014. 6:00 pm
    @ An Artifactual Journey of Nanny Jack & Co.in NYC 


    http://www.jackshainman.com/exhibitions/20th-street


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    On the site of the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth, this five-acre park is now a park of remembrance for the school’s founder, former slave Jennie Dean. The outlines of the foundations of the original building are marked, and there is a model of the school and a kiosk with an audio program that provides information about Dean and the school’s founding. Dean raised money for the school for almost 10 years before Manassas Industrial was chartered in 1893. The dedication ceremonies were led by orator Frederick Douglass.


    The History


    This five-acre archaeological site, dedicated in 1995, is located on the original site of the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth. The school was founded largely through the efforts of a former enslaved woman,  Jennie Dean who, after almost a decade of charismatic fundraising, chartered the school on October 7, 1893. The school was designed as a private residential institution providing both academic and vocational training within a Christian setting.


     

  • 01:43

    Rosenwald Schools- Book Reading with Linda Mizell

    in Education

    Join The Gist of Freedom host Preston Washington with guest Professor Linda Mizell. We'll listen to and discuss the last chapter of Benjamin Quarles' book the Black Abolitionists. The following the topics will also be discussed: Black Militant abolitionists, John Brown and Black Institutions (The Rosenwald Schools and Secret Schools, PIT schools).
     
     

  • 00:58

    “To Do The Next Needed Thing” with Valinda W. Littlefield

    in History

    “To Do The Next Needed Thing”:  Jeanes Teachers and the Freedom Struggle
    Do you know who the Jeanes Teachers are and their role in the education of African American children in rural America?
    Bernice Bennett welcomes Dr. Valinda W. Littlefield, the Director of African American Studies and Associate Professor of History, College of Arts and Sciences, University of South Carolina.  Dr. Littlefield’s research focuses on Southern African American women educators during the Jim Crow era.  She earned dual degrees, BA in History and Political Science from North Carolina Central University and her Ph.D. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. 
    In 1907 Miss Anna T. Jeanes, a Quaker woman, donated $1,000,000, “for the furthering and fostering of rudimentary education” in small rural Negro schools.  Though this fund was incorporated as the Negro Rural School Fund, it was usually referred to as the Jeanes Fund. Rosenwald devised a matching grant program to help build black schools in the South. If a rural black community raised a contribution and the white school board agreed to operate the facility, Rosenwald would contribute cash – usually about one fifth of the total project.
     

  • 00:59

    Durham's Jeanes Teachers Build Community Schools-Joanne Abel

    in History

    Bernice Bennett welcomes Joanne Abel for a discussion of the  Jeanes Teachers and their community organizing work to build Rosenwald Schools.
    Joanne Abel, adult programming and humanities librarian at Durham County Library, earned her bachelor of science degree in education from Georgia Southern College, her master of library science from North Carolina Central University, and her master of arts in liberal studies from Duke University. Joanne Abel’s master’s thesis  was Persistence and Sacrifice:  Durham County's African American Community and Durham's Jeanes Teachers Build Community Schools, 1900-1930. 
    In 1907 Miss Anna T. Jeanes, a Quaker woman, donated $1,000,000, “for the furthering and fostering of rudimentary education” in small rural Negro schools.  Though this fund was incorporated as the Negro Rural School Fund, it was usually referred to as the Jeanes Fund. Rosenwald devised a matching grant program to help build black schools in the South. If a rural black community raised a contribution and the white school board agreed to operate the facility, Rosenwald would contribute cash – usually about one fifth of the total project.
     

  • 01:04

    Education and the American Dream

    in Books

    "Book Talk" will be interviewing author Evelyn C. Robertson, a former educator and mental health professional in the State of Tennessee. Mr. Roberston's book covers the history of the Allen-White HIgh School in Whiteville,TN.  This school was among many across the United States that funded by tne philanthropy of the Rosenwald Family (former owners of the worldwide retailer Sears).
    Join "Book Talk" as we discuss how a rural community worked together despite the barriers of racial segregation to develop a model of eduation that would have a major impact on the lives of thousands of American children.
     
     

  • 00:10

    Harris Rosen, Black History Tours and Heritage Conference

    in Culture

    Black History Tours talks with Harris Rosen, owner of Rosen Hotels and Resorts. Mr. Rosen is honored to host the Florida Department of Education's African American History Task Force~ African American Heritage Tours (FAAHTF) 
    We are sure you will enjoy Mr. Rosen's very inspiring interview.
    Mr. Rosen's Spirit reflects the Spirit of a great philanthropist of the past, Mr. Julius Rosenwald. Mr. Rosenwald and Booker T Washington built over 500 schools in Black Rural communities.  Similarly, Mr. Harris Rosen provided a $2 million scholarship endowment for the Tangelo Park neighborhood. The Program has over the past eighteen years provided free preschool to all who live in the Tangelo, and in addition, an all expense paid education including tuition, for those who are accepted to a higher ed. institute or public college in the state of Florida. Thus far approximately 350 youngsters have been provided with full college scholarships
    In addition, Rosen donated a 20-acre site to the Univ. of Central Florida for the Rosen College of Hospitality Management. Rosen provided approximately $10 million in additional funds to construct the college. Rosen's most recent philanthropic endeavors have include a $2 million scholarship endowment for the Tangelo Park neighborhood. The Program has over the past eighteen years provided free preschool to all who live in the Tangelo, and in addition, an all expense paid education including tuition, for those who are accepted to a higher ed. institute or public college in the state of Florida. Thus far approximately 350 youngsters have been provided with full college scholarships

  • 00:09

    Harris Rosen, Rosen Hotels & Resorts Host Black History Tour

    in Education

    Lesley Gist of Black History Tours,  talks with Harris Rosen, owner of Rosen Hotels and Resorts. Mr. Rosen is honored to host the Florida Department of Education's African American History Task Force~ African American Heritage Tours (FAAHTF) 
     
    The hotel has approx 500,000 sq. ft. of space and includes a multitude of amenities including the Shingle Creek Golf Club, The Spa at Shingle Creek, walking and jogging trails, seasonal fishing, four outdoor swimming pools and 12 dining/lounging. 
     
    Rosen donated a 20-acre site to the Univ. of Central Florida for the Rosen College of Hospitality Management.  In addition, Rosen provided approximately $10 million in additional funds to construct the college.  Rosen?s most recent philanthropic endeavors have include a $2 million  scholarship endowment for the Tangelo Park neighborhood. The Program has over the past eighteen years provided free preschool to all  who live in the Tangelo, and in addition, an all expense paid education including tuition, for those who are accepted to a higher ed. institute or public college in the state of Florida.  Thus far approximately 350 youngsters have been provided with full college scholarships.  
     
    Mr. Rosen's Spirit reflects the Spirit of a great philanthropist of the past, Mr. Julius Rosenwald. Mr. Rosenwald and Booker T Washington built over 500 schools in Black Rural communities.
    http://t.co/B0T5anq   http://t.co/Fkm7Og8 

  • 02:00

    Revolution Radio--Walls in our Minds

    in Current Events

    Special weekly segment focusing on identifying and eliminating the walls in our minds so as to bring forth the Second American Revolution. Join Terry Dodd, Red Beckman, drkate, and others for a lively discussion and some real life strategy.
    Red Beckman & I will be welcoming Joyce Rosenwald to Walls In Our Minds tonight. Joyce has been a researcher extraordinaire of law and the constitution for over 40 years. Attached is one of her more recent writings. She will reveal some startling and important things tonight. If you are looking for solutions that you will not get from the legal profession, bring your questions tonight and be prepared to act on what you hear. Some people dodge tough questions. Joyce will give you candid accurate answers.



    Find out how to reclaim who you were at birth that the government legally killed and replaced with a legal fiction!

    The 2 hour show starts at 9 PM Eastern or 7 PM Mountain. Be on time cause you will not want to miss any of this one! Have something to take notes with.

    Show link for online stream and chat: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/drkate/2010/09/24/revolution-radio-walls-in-our-minds

    Call-in Number: (347) 838-9176

    Joyce said ‘Perhaps our new mantra should be..."People...Tear Down The Wall."

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