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Thursday October 8, 2015, 6:30 - 7:30PM EDT
It's a time of reflection and restoration for us and for our nation. In the wake of personal, national, and global challenges we must strive for economic & social equality, racial justice, police/government civility, and civil freedom for all Americans.
This week we continue the dialog from last week with Mr. Lawrence Hamm - community activist, civil rights leader. Mr. Hamm returns to discuss upcoming 20th anniversary of the million Man March on Washington (October 10th) and the importance of demanding economic equality, racial justice, and police civility for all Americans.
Also joining us will be Dr. Craig Wright - numerologist, author, metaphysic, and counselor. Dr. Wright will discuss how numbers tie into current events. In addition Dr. Wright will share what numbers indicate for the potential of October. For those who call in Dr. Wright will give a brief free reading of what numbers indicate for them.
Regardless of your position on these topics, tune in to hear a perspective you may not have been aware of that could impact you and/or loved ones.
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Celebrating Over 150 Episodes!
Hosts: Jamel & Derrick Dwayne
@MyRealTalkRadio interviews Singer/Songwriter & the Daughter of the late Eazy-E: @WEWANTEB
E.B. is the daughter of the late Eric "Eazy-E" Wright founder of the worlds most dangerous group N.W.A.
E.B. Clothing and accessories line was founded by E.B. after realizing she had organically became known for always wearing hats like her father! At that point, E.B. started personally designing hats for herself and incorporated her artistry and passions for music, sports and fashion into a lifestyle brand.
Her "We Want EB" campaign is a movement that bridges the gap between Eazy- E's generation and E.B.'s generation alike. You'll find it prevalent in her fashion, music, art, politics and social media. The edgy fashionista and songstress has marketed We Want E.B. as a way of honoring her fathers iconic "We Want Eazy" slogan which derived from one of his greatest works of music. It's stamp serves as a constant reminder to the world just how deep rooted and connected E.B. is to hip hop culture.
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OUR SPECIAL GUEST THIS WEEK IS AUTHOR PAMELA WRIGHT
Pamela Wright was born and raised in Dothan, Alabama, where she is currently raising her two children. She is the oldest of four siblings.
As a young girl, she enjoyed reading books of all genre. She accredits her Aunt Joann for her love of writing. She used to see her Aunt writing in big five subject notebooks. It wasn't until she was in the seventh grade when she won a short story essay, which began her writing career.
Over the years, she has written many tales to share in the years to come. She contributes her family's support and encouragement as the reason she had the strength to pursue her dreams.
She is a certified CNA and an Early Childhood Educations Professional with an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice.
In 2014, she published her first book series "A Second Chance At Love," which debut on Amazon's Bestsellers list. In the same year, she decided to take it down and do some editing, and released it November 2014. Her release of A Second Chance at Love debuted on Amazon's Bestsellers list once again, proving she was here to stay.
She is currently working on other titles, while promoting her Second Chance at Love Series. Her goal is to bring joy and peace to those who would read her book, and she pray the reader receives hope
There are very distinct, yet overlapping, phases of grief. We go through the stages in various orders and in varying degrees on the road to recovering from any loss. If we lose a jacket at the ballpark, we may go through all the stages in a few minutes. If the jacket was one that was given to us by our brother on our birthday, it may take much more time.
If the animal was a family pet and stayed outside, it may not hit us as hard as if he were our own companion and greeted us each night when we came in the door. If your pet was a companion and best friend, the mourning will be a deep one.
1. Shock/Denial/Numbness. We can not believe this has happened to us. Our body and emotions numb themselves against the pain. The mind denies the loss. Often we will say things like "This can't be true." One of the valid reasos for memorials and funerals is to acknowledge that death did take place.
2. Fear/AngerDepression. After the numbness wears off and we are once again able to feel, then all of our repressed feelings come roaring back. Sometimes these feeling ared not rational at first and can seedk someone to blame, either an outsider or ourselves. "I can't share how sad I am about my dog, because my co-workers will think I am crazy." "But, on the other hand, I inquire about their child's cold and buy their stupid Girl Scout cookies to support them. It isn't fair!" "Oh God, please don't let me start crying at work again. I heard someone call me a drama queen and say; It's only a dog, not a child."
3. Understanding/Acceptance/Moving on.
4. New Hurts May Trigger Old Wounds.
Wow, is it time for the Mid Week in Review segment already? Welcome to a new episode of Afronerd Radio's Mid Week podcast, airing this Wednesday at 7:30pm EST. Join Dburt and Capt. Kirk as they tackle this (mid) week's most challenging issues: we congratulate Jedidah Isler for bearing the distinction of being Yale's first Black female to obtain a doctorate in astrophysics; it appears that actor, Matt Damon just can't stop being at the center of controversy for having an (allegedly) unpopular opinion-first it was about diversity now alternative lifestyle actors are the target (tact, sir...tact) ; comedian Trevor Noah starts his first week as the new host of Comedy Central's Daily Show; Rev. Wright, in a new Atlantic piece, takes aim at President Obama and his purported failings toward the African American community .....again; Columbia University professor, Dr. John McWhorter in a new Daily Beast op-ed, posits that the Black Lives Matter movement is living in the Civil Rights past; according to a HuffPost tech piece, car ownership may be a thing of the past in major urban areas. And lastly, if you didn't already know, the science and history behind color film, literally didn't have darker hued people in mind. Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
I'm one of the smartest men in the world, but I'm acting like a neanderthal. A frieghtened caveman whose only method for expressing pain...is pure unadulterated rage. Is that who I really am?-Michael Holt, Mister Terrific
Join civil right veteran and talk show host Dorothy Wright Tillman for a in-depth discussion on issues related to the Black community in America.
Below are some of the most frequent questions we get at www.deathofmypet.com We will go over the answers to these questions about pet loss and how it affects those of us who are are suffering.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT PET LOSS
& THE GRIEF OF LOSING A BEST FRIEND.
How is it possible that I am sadder with the loss of my dog than with the loss of close family members?
For many people the love and companionship of a pet may be the only or certainly the strongest bond of unconditional love they have experienced. It is also possible, like many of my clients, which you have been strong and practical while caring for ailing parents or friends. But suddenly, your best friend and closest companion is dying and it is the last straw on a pile of buried emotions. It may be that your pet was your “safe place to go and soft spot to land.”
2. I feel like I am going crazy. Am I ever going to feel normal again?
Yes, you will feel emotionally better but different than before. You will eventually remember and rejoice in the many happy times you had with your pet. You will be able to reflect on the many life lessons you shared.
3. How long will I grieve my pet?
All of our emotions are individual. When we love deeply, we grieve deeply. Grief coaches often say that it takes about a year before your loss is the first thing you think of in the morning and the last thing you think about at night.
More questions answered on call. Join us
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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss Generational Wealth Law Literacy. The back drop for our chat today will be based on the Emmett Till & Moses Wright case. Most people when they speak about Emmett Till only speak on his case based on his horrific dimise...........however there is a bigger picture.
We shall have a guest from the Emmett Till Foundation to weigh in on the conversation today.
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Marie Wright, better known as "Free", is a Boston native, a radio and TV personality, producer, and philanthropist. She was the first host of BET's live music video countdown show “106 & Park” -- the network's number-one rated show. She was a disc jockey at KKBT 100.3's "The Beat" in Los Angeles and host of the "Ed Lover Morning Show" on Power 105 in New York City.
In addition to her work in radio and TV, Free founded the Free4Life Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young people in Boston's underserved communities through programs that encourage literacy, financial education and the arts.
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