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  • 02:00

    SENSELESS MURDERS- WHOSE TO BLAME W/38DEE ON SUITE38

    in Radio

    A TOPIC FOR ALL EARS TO HEAR: 


    We hear stories everyday about senseless murders, stories such as Trayvon Martin, Anthony Hayes, Mike Brown & more. As some communities has bigger issues with these crimes, collaboratively and on a global standpoint, these murders happen & are as important in almost every African-American community to discuss & to be conciously aware of. This Thursday 4/9/15 FROM 6-8PM CST, 38Dee wants to her from YOU as she discusses senseless murders. What or whose to blame? How do we initiate change from community, to globally? Are we TRULY taking necessary measures to initiate this change? This is a conversation at best that needs to be discussed!! 


    Call in to listen to the show & share your thoughts @657.383.0365 or you can listen online and share your thoughts on our chat room platform!!!

  • 00:37

    Daily Gogetemism #234 Sensitive And Senseless

    in Lifestyle

    If you put the two of these things together in a person then anything can happen and probably none of it will be good.

  • 03:02

    Everything w/Kathy B, Tyrone Mitchell, Justin Adu, Dr Jahi Issa

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation!  Join us tonight, from 6-9 EST, for 3 dynamic shows with Hosts, Tyrone Mitchell, Ami Smith & K.LaShea.


    6- Power Over Tomorrow


    Join our Resident Financial Advisor, Tyrone Mitchell for, Power Over Tomorrow as he discusses, Money Markets: The Use & Abuse. Listen in as Tyrone shares the pros & cons of this system.


    7- World News


    Join Host Ami Smith for World News as she brings you current News in our world today.Tune in at 7:15 as Ami welcomes Justin Adu, Head Of The Creative Department at OCG/PR into the studio to talk about his latest project, The African Amedia, which is a fictional television created by Justin meant to highlight "some of the negative portrayals, generalizations, and stereotypes the media casts against African Americans. Adu is calling it an open letter to the viewer with the hope that it will inspire relationships "based on content of character, not color of skin."  


    8-  The Great Griot


    Join Host K.LaShea  in the studio as she welcomes, Minister Akbar Muhammad & Dr Jahi Issa into the studio to discuss a tragedy that occurred on Tuesday, May 5, 2015- The senseless MURDERS of 75 year old Jeannette Salters (Mamelena Diop) and her younger sister, Nzinga Janna, in Ghana, over land. Hear more of this tragic story as Minister Akbar Muhammas & Dr. Issa sheds light on what really happened.
    Call in and be a part of the conversation at 619-924-0933. You've hea

  • 01:01

    Roles, Goals and Expectations: A good man or good woman what is that?

    in Current Events

    Join us today 5:30 CST as we raise the subject:


    Roles, Goals and Expectations: A good man or good woman what is that?


     


    http://www.theroot.com/articles/culture/2015/05/should_you_fix_your_man_s_plate_meme_sparks_internet_debate.html?wpisrc=topstories


     


    What are your expectations of men and who influenced your thoughts about what men should be?


     


    Is part of being a good woman making a plate for your man and not giving it a second thought?  


     


    Does this recent conversation on social media about the appropriateness or inappropriateness of making a plate for a man reveal the challenge that a changing culture have on relationships? 


    If we want change well we should not ignore this seemingly senseless conversation. We must examine and discuss relationship concerns... Let’s talk about it today…… To have your thoughts , views and opinions heard 718-508-9533 Press 1 to share or click below to listen


     

  • 02:02

    The Playlist Radio Show

    in Entertainment

    Join us today for another installment of The Playlist. We have an exclusive interview with Muran of Hearts & Hands Radio to discuss all the things they have going on both radio wise as well as the various things they do to raise awareness to the need for organ donors. We will also discuss Jay Z and Tidal as well the another unfortunate and tragic death of an up and coming hiphop artist on the cusp of stardom. Oh Yeah and we have some dope music in the midst of all that! Its the Playlist Ya'll!!!

  • 00:30

    #139 "Newtown's Trees" Author Frank Miller

    in Education

    Newtown's Trees is an allegory about the 2012 tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut, using the town's beloved trees cut down by the protagonist as the central theme.  It is a book that can be appreciated on several levels; by adults who know the horrific details of the events that took place on a cold December morning, as well as by children who read the book or have it read to them as a sad story with an uplifting ending that outlines the strength of the human spirit.


    The tale has an even wider application to other news stories that portray bad things happening to good people. Newtown's Trees is a book that warms the heart and leaves the reader feeling that despite these often senseless tragedies, there's a lot of good in this world.


    Frank L. Miller is a writer and trained school psychologist. He earned an educational specialist degree in school psychology, and practiced for thirty-eight years before retiring in 2012. Frank adopted his son and daughter after marrying their mother, an elementary guidance counselor, and then adopted his daughter’s first-born child when she was unable to raise the child. The author lives on the Eastern Shore of Maryland with his wife of thirty-one years and the granddaughter they have thoroughly enjoyed raising who is now fourteen. Newtown’s Trees is Frank’s second publication, having written a book chronicling the battle he fought with his school district over his eldest daughter’s drug abuse and expulsion from school.


     


    We will also feature the 2015 National Distinguished Principal for Texas, Diane Gough of Hewitt Elementary School in Hewitt, Texas. We will hear about her great Watch D.O.G.S. program.

  • 02:04

    Mothers Against Guns Organize To End Firearm Sales

    in Women

    Mothers are tired of losing their children to gun violence. They are tired of funerals. They are tired of crying in anguish at the news of another young life snuffed out by a senseless shooting. They want the violence to end, and they are taking to the streets with the aim to close down the business that makes it all possible: gun shops. Mothers Against Guns is an organized effort to stop the flow of guns to depressed inner city areas where crime has increased due to desperation created by lack of economic opportunities. Drug sales have become the means of paying ones rent and groceries for too many families, which involves them in the ongoing turf wars with street organizations who strive to control the drug traffic and rake in the largest share of income from drug sales. It's a deadly war that requires firearms to protect ones right to sell on any given block, and often involves retaliatory shootings by those who seek to avenge past shootings. The cycle of violence never ends. Mothers Against Guns seeks to end the cycle by ending the gun flow. Last week, after protesters marched against Chuck's Gun Shop in Riverdale, Illinois, we explored the point of view of those who uphold the right to carry arms as a means of protection against crime. This week we'll look on the other side of the argument as Dr. JoAnn Roberts, one of the protest march organizers, explains why Mothers Against Guns is seeking to close the shops that sell the weapons which end up in the hands of those who are responsible for senseless shooting deaths.  

  • 02:00

    BALTIMORE PROTEST THE SIGNIFICANCE W/ 38DEE

    in Radio

    Baltimore is just one of the cities highlighted on mainstream media with protest of anger from desmonstrations of senseless murders from police within the African-American communities. With all of the tension going on and the outcry for change for African American, what do we see for the future of African- Americans. This Thursday from 6-8pm cst, your host 38Dee will discuss this matter and how Baltimore is setting that stage for the future and the impact of change. 


    Call in @ 657.383.0365 and press 1 to be heard. You can also tune in online on our chat platform.

  • 00:26

    Baltimore Mayor Self-Destructs

    in Politics Conservative

    Freddie takes a flyer
    Baltimore Mayor Self-Destructs
    Senseless charges impossible to prove
    I can't breathe!! Take me to the hospital!

  • 00:11

    Should I surrender my real estate license?

    in Legal

    Process to surrender California Real Estate License


    One question we get from time to time from our real estate clients (brokers or salespersons) is "should I surrender my real estate license" if I am facing a DRE adiministrative hearing for violations of the real estate law or commissioner's regulations for violations such as:


    1. Fraud


    2.  Embezzlement


    3.  Comningling funds


    4.  Failure to keep improper trust fund records (ex. sepearate beneficiary, control records, or monthly reconcilliations)


    5.  Dishonest dealing


    6.  Mispresentation


    7.  Dual agency violations


    8.  Failure to deliver MLDS statement for mortgage loans


    9.  Broker escrow violations


    10.  Fialure to keep records of real estate transactions for three years (B & P 10148)


    My typical reaction is LET"S TAKE A DEEP BREATH, and let's look at the facts of your case and see if we can get through this.  This real estate podcast discusses what the surrender option is, how it works, and whether this is a good idea or not.

  • 01:03

    Shoot First, No Need for Questions - Stephen Fitzgerald, PhD

    in Youth

    In a world filled with serious crimes across the country, we look to the police for peace and protection.  What about the world of young men of color, who have reported countless cases of profiling, baseless arrests, and police brutality?  What about them?  How can they trust the police?  Case after case of senseless shootings that resulted in death of young men whose biggest problem is that they were black.  If you can't trust police, who can you trust?


    Dr. Stephen Fitzgerald explores this serious problem that sadly is still very much a part of our culture.  Despite the many advances of civil rights, we still have not advanced far enough to protect the rights of our young black men.  What can we do about this?  What can you do?  Black Lives Matter!!!