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  • 00:31

    UPLIFTING COMMUNITIES

    in Education

    Mrs LaQuita Smith-Kaywirth will be a Special Guest on Uplifting Communities....LaQuita is doing lots of positive things in her community..She has several projects going right now including Psychologicial/Paranormal Thriller-Kendred Daunting..She's closing out a TV pilot: Masquesade...Also she is writing a movie for the hit Stage play BROKEN TRUST she starred in...Very talented lady..Wel come to have her...8/16/2015 3pm PST, 5pn CST, 6pm EST..Join us and make you evening a good one...Host Author John L Brown, Co Host Jacquie Allen "Ms Jai"...TOGETHER WE CAN GET THINGS DONE...  

  • UPLIFTING COMMUNITIES

    in Education

    Their have been many scholars Discusing the Problem in the Poorest Communities including Mr Al Sharpton, Rev Jesse Jackson, Ms Lioa Morris, Mr John L. Brown and many others...The talk show brings more...We are bringing people on the front line to discuss and offer solutions to the problems..The talk show gives the opputunity to those will never get a chance to get heard. Join us on Sunday with our special guess Mr Alton Thomas..3pm PST, 5pm CST, 6pm EST...Call in # 607-203-5336 

  • 00:30

    Uplifting Communities

    in Education

    Discussing how we can better serve the communities...Sharing Ideas and talking about the problems in the communities and how to combat the problem...Hopefully the people that listen to the show and those that join in can gain information to start helping helping and to bring back information to others...We can make the world a better place to live if we all join in...

  • UPLIFTING COMMUNITIES

    in Education

    We will have Mr Tommy Ray Cole on air with us 8/09/2015...Tommy is an Actor, Writer, and Producer..He played in many movies and stage plays..to name a couple..He play with Martin Lawrence in the movie Rosco Jenkins and The hit stage play Broken Trust witch he wrote and direct..Don't forget to tune in. 8/09/2015..3pm PST, 5pm CST, 6pm EST...Host John L Brown, Co-Host Jacquie Allen...join us for a bless afternoon...TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A CHANGE..     

  • 00:29

    Communities Say A Lot About Us

    in Lifestyle

    Communities say a lot about the people who live there. The homes, the lawns, the car, the children, young adults and older residents sends a message to those who live in the community and a message to those visiting the community. To build a great community takes money, time, and abilities of the residents. These three things can be difficult to come by, especiall all at the same time, and definitely don't expect it from the same people. To build better communities can only happen when enough of the community gets involved and are able to bring lots more of the community on board. A good place to start is to find resident and vendors who are passionate about their work for life. A good time to start is Mon. 4:30PM CT

  • 00:28

    Challenges in Black Communities Aint All About Crime

    in Politics Progressive

    Every speech about Black issues ends up in talk about crime, prison talk, education, missing fathers, you need to vote. These problems come from slavery and the foundation of institutional racism which is an orchrestrated substitute for slavery. All challenges in Black communities are not about crime, and criminal records. When a father cannot get hired because his name is Jamal, his family is left without necessities. With time family situations are changed temporarily if not permanently. Institutional racism is the White rebellion to freed slaves. Wealthy White men legalized a new slavery, institutional racism. Via policing, politicians controlled freed Blacks. With merchants wanting free labor, BlackCode laws enabled the imprisonment of freed Blacks to be used for free labor. Black prisoners provided free labor after slavery and free labor today. When Blacks are not hired today, Whites say Blacks can't do the jobs. When Blacks are not able to operate successful businesses today, Whites doesn't admit they refuse to buy Black, they say they can't find Black businesses to supply their needs for goods and services

  • 00:31

    Uplifting Comminities

    in Education

    I am excited to have Ms Trica Sampson on the show. She's a member of Vived Memories..Her platform is helping in the communities which is very much needed.We look foward to speaking with her. Sunday 8/23/2015 3pm PST 5pmCST 6pmEST..Call in # 607-203-5336 select 1 to join the conversation..Please join us Host Author John L Brown Co Host Jacquie Allen better know as "Ms Jai"

  • 01:06

    FREEDOM’S GATE: Sing It America’s National Anthem celebration update

    in News

    WASHINGTON, August 19, 2015 – On September 14, 2015 at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., Sing It America will bring those that love our Star Spangled Banner together to celebrate the past year's "National Thanksgiving for the Star Spangled Banner."


    Last year, Sing It America, officially partnered with the government commission Starspangled200 and Friends of Ft McHenry to secure passage of U.S. Senate Resolution 550. Resolution 550 designated the period of September 2014 through September 2015 as the year of National Thanksgiving for the Star Spangled Banner.


    The senate resolution encouraged, “All state and local governments and the people of the people of the United States to observe this period of thanksgiving with appropriate ceremonies, activities, educational outreach and reflection.”


    All Americans from every corner of the nation are being encouraged to sign up and register right now with Sing It America to join in the historic festivities that day, according to Selena Owens, Sing It America’s Communication’s Director.


    A special request is being made to supporters to lend financial support to the historic event.


    Joining Standing at Freedom’s Gate host Kevin Fobbs to discuss an update on the event and the exciting plans in store for event attendees is Selena Owens Communications Director for Sing It America.


    Owens is also Vice Chair of the Conservative Campaign Committee PAC and author of "The Power Within a Conservative Woman: Engaging America for God Family, and Country.”

  • Graceland: The Case Against Welfare with Dr. Jerome Huyler

    in Politics

    Anti-poverty programs that were put in place as a safety net have instead created a cycle of generational dependency we call the welfare state. Government assistance is no longer a temporary condition, but has become a way of life.


    At the same time, big government spending has created $18 trillion dollars in national debt and there appears to be no end in sight. Entitlements and government spending are on an unsustainable course.


    The easy answer to this problem is to stop spending.


    Many will say that America needs tax reform or a balanced-budget amendment. Although these are good ideas, Dr. Jerome Huyler, explains in his book, "The Case Against Welfare," the best way to correct the problem is to defund Obamacare and dismantle the welfare state. This includes anti-poverty programs, earmarks, business bailouts, farm subsidies and many other entitlements.


    Join Graceland with Jennifer Meadows and TJ O'Hara and their guest Dr. Jerome Huyler

  • FREEDOM’S GATE: Christian civil rights call to action movement for America

    in News

    Joining Kevin Fobbs, host of Standing at Freedom’s Gate, will be Rebecca Mahan and Hallie Neill. 


    They will discuss whether the criminalization of Christianity is the new reality in America, how it may impact every place of worship in America and what Christians need to do to defend and protect their civil rights. Join the call to action for American Christian Civil Rights on the next Standing at Freedom’s Gate podcast.


    For many Christians the criminalization of Christianity was launched when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of gay marriage in June. This decision for many Christian leaders as well as four dissenting justices represented a possible disenfranchisement of Christian civil rights and was in direct confrontation with the U.S. Constitution.


    The American Christian Civil Rights Movement (ACCRM) arose from the aftermath of the decision. ACCRM’s goal is the uniting of churches and Christians to defend and protect Christian civil rights. Hallie Neill, ACCRM’s director of media and communication, stressed that the organization is mounting an organized national effort to protect Christian faith, freedom and rights provided in the First Amendment.

  • The Black Taboo-Mental Health in our Communities...ft: Dr. Don Trahan

    in Entertainment

    Suicide, depression, bipolar disorders all occur within our communities...none are really discussed. To avoid the reality that mental health disorders exist in our communities is only doing ourselves a disservice. When we begin to openly discuss these issues then we can begin to adequately address them and work together to help those of us afflicted...JOIN US FOR OUR CONVERSATION AND CALL UP 347-855-8692(PRESS 1 TO ASK A QUESTION OR MAKE A COMMENT)