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Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) is the hostess of Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net). On this episode, Queen Quet continues the remembrance of the Middle Passage journey and the outcomes of the crime against humanity-the Maafa. This is part of a series for "Middle Passage Month" in the Gullah/Geechee Nation.
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What are non-traditional gifts? Do you ever think that maybe gift giving has gotten way out of hand at Christmas time? Maybe you just don't have the $$$ to purchase gifts for your family and friends? Maybe it is time to try something different?
Or maybe you already do what we will be talking about tonight or maybe you have some other suggestions. Phone us and share. Is it time to really remember the reason for the season?
Brenda, Lydia, Melody and Nina may have a few suggestions on what you could do instead.
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In taking your prospects from resistant to sharing what’s really going on within their organizations to ready to share confidential information, salespeople must develop a certain amount of trust with their prospect. Join us for this thoughtful interview with Maxine Attong about how to create a safe space for your prospects and clients.
Maxine Attong is passionate about writing, facilitation and coaching. She believes that these skills allow her to live her personal mission statement “To enhance the lives of the people with whom I make contact”
Attong is a Certified Management Accountant with over 20 years qualified experience in a range of industries—gas and oil, financial services, retail and manufacturing.
She is a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified Evidence Based Coach, and uses the magic of coaching to provide safe and confidential environments in which clients can achieve business or personal goals. Maxine’s coaching style is based on the concepts of positive psychology. She specializes in transition which she defines as “moving clients from where they are to where they want to be”. In business, this translates to working with recent promotions, new hires (on boarding), and employees who may present an organizational challenge or executive coaching.
Maxine is the also the author of two books – Change or Die and Lead Your Team To Win (GreenLeaf 2014). “Lead Your Team To Win” shares an alternate leadership style that she developed after many years of leading and observing others lead teams. She suggests that employee’s will achieve optimal performance when leaders provide a safe space within which they can take risks.
Greetings thank you for tuning in to another exclusive episode of "Real Women Real Talk," my guest this evening Ms. Schantel Thomas will be sharing with us an event she was the guest speaker of "Safe for the holidays," so often the holidays brings about so many different emotions and sadness it should be a joyous time as we celebrate Christ birth. In this episode we will discuss ways to help our young people have a safe holiday, but not just for the holiday, but there entire lives.Come support our children even if you do not have children, you know of some children, maybe next door to you or down the street. Be encouraged and Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
Host AthenA Elliott shares the conversations had with producers, prior to her appearance on the Dr Oz Show. Joining tonight’s conversation, industry experts, Dr. Robert Spalding and Chemist, Doug Schoon.
Karen Hodges, co-founder of Salon-Gurus.com, explains the importance of having a place where all nail techs can have access to higher learning opportunities with an online platform for industry "Gurus" to showcase and pass along their wisdom. High-quality tutorials and presentations made by people with credentials. www.salon-gurus.com
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School has started and already incidents of violence have erupted. Police can't be everywhere. It seems that in order for children to get to and from school safely, ALL sane and sober adults need to be enlisted to help insure safe passage. Should parents patrol the streets to insure safe passage to school? What about invasion of school property by armed assailants - how do we protect children from the mentally disturbed individuals who are crying out for help through acts of violence? Will our schools become like prison facilities, with armed guards at every entrance, and all who enter being searched for weapons? How do we return to a sane society where people are civilized?
Tonight on The Gist of Freedom listen to excerpts from the autobiography of Olaudah Equiano, a survivor of the middle passage! www.BlackHistoryBLOG.com
--Survived The Middle Passage, purchased his freedom, became a black abolitionist and authored the first known Enslaved African Narrative . He was a famous proponent of British abolitionism and worked with William Wilberforce. His story is featured in the movie Amazing Grace.
He settled in the United Kingdom in 1792. His autobiography, "The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano", depicts the horrors of slavery and influenced the enactment of the Slave Trade Act of 1807.
They put us in separate parcels, and examined us attentively. They also made us jump, and pointed to the land, signifying we were to go there. We thought by this, we should be eaten by these ugly men, as they appeared to us; and, when soon after we were all put down under the deck again, there was much dread and trembling among us, and nothing but bitter cries to be heard all the night from these apprehensions, insomuch, that at last the white people got some old slaves from the land to pacify us. They told us we were not to be eaten, but to work, and were soon to go on land, where we should see many of our country people. This report eased us much. And sure enough, soon after we were landed, there came to us Africans of all languages.
We speak this morning to Latanya d. Tigner who has been with Dimensions since 1986, studying and performing traditional West and South African dance, modern, contemporary, jazz, Haitian, Cuban, and Congolese dance. She has traveled to Cuba, Guinea, Brazil, Jordan, Germany, and throughout the U.S. Latanya was selected as one of three emerging artists for the first annual Black Choreographers Here and Now Festival in 2005. This past summer she participated in Urban Bush Women’s acclaimed Summer Leadership Institute in New Orleans, where she worked with dancers and other social activists to serve the New Orleans community. She also did a residency with Shaka Zulu to study the traditions of mask dance in New Orleans. Latanya is the artistic diector and choreographer for Dimensions‘ youth ensemble, Dimensions Extensions Performing Ensemble (DEPE). She joins us to talk about the 20th Anniversary performance of Rites of Passage, Sunday, Dec. 5, 3 p.m. in Oakland. Visit www.dimensionsdance.org
We close with two archival interviews, the first with director, Haifa Al Mansour. Her film Wadjda is the first film by a Saudi woman (2013). We close with an interview with the former director of the Museum of the African Diaspora, Grace C. Stanislaus. Our conversation with Ms. Stanilaus is about the exhibit Desert Jewels.
Music: Gina Breedlove's "Breathe" and "Wind."
In this episode of Independence Nation, Keith A. Pitts, MSE will explore the "No Safe Haven" statement declared by President Obama and will pose the question why that statment doesn't apply to the 14 people involved in the 9/11 attack, which escaped the country to Saudi Arabia. Why it refers to Isis but no the Saudi escapees that have close relationship with the bush family. Othe news: Scottish independence, Ukraine military drills and ebola hazmat suits. Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday @ 3pm.
Please Join The Gist of Freedom as we welcome Adam Tulloch from Great Britian's Production of the play ‘Olaudah Equiano, The Enslaved African’
Olaudah Equiano Survived The Middle Passage, purchased his freedom, became a black abolitionist and authored the first known Enslaved African Narrative . He was a famous proponent of British abolitionism and worked with William Wilberforce. His story is featured in the movie Amazing Grace.
Following its success at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival, ‘Olaudah Equiano, The Enslaved African’ will be transferring to Sutton House from the 26th-29th November.
Kidnapped with his sister at the age of eleven, Equiano is beaten, suffocated and tortured on their journey to the coast, which sees him separated from his sister and sold to British traders.
Set in the heart of West Africa during the height of the British slave trade, ‘Olaudah Equiano, The Enslaved African’ is an honest, uncompromising and moving portrayal of Olaudah Equiano’s early life.
Please note this is a site-specific production with no wheelchair access. The production also contains scenes of a violent nature and is therefore only suitable for those over the age of 16.
Writer/Director – Adam Tulloch
Assistant Director – Sian Edwards
Choreography – Sharon Henry
Music – Jamal Hue-Bonner
Tickets available via Eventbrite
Full Price £10
Limited number of £5 Early Bird tickets
Queen Quet, Chieftess of the Gullah/Geechee Nation (www.QueenQuet.com) is the hostess of Gullah/Geechee Riddim Radio on behalf of the Gullah/Geechee Sea Island Coalition (www.gullahgeechee.net). On this episode, Queen Quet ushers in Middle Passage Month 2014 in the Gullah/Geechee Nation.
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