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TVFM decided that the Declaration of Independence should be updated for the 21st Century. Let's see if we can revise and tailor it to fit today's US world.
We'll talk about if the original intent of Constitution is still in line with preventing the list of "abuses and usurpation" of despotism from happening.
We'll throw in a few more tidbits. And maybe so will you, our TVFM truth seekers, reporters and solution masters.
Remember, some fearless candidate for office may just stop by. You never know.
In honor of the July 4 holiday, this week's The Authentic Woman will be a short broadcast (10 min) consisting of Shannon Fisher's reading The Declaration of Independence to celebrate the birthday of our great nation. Happy Birthday, USA!
Hosted by women's rights leader, Shannon Fisher, The Authentic Woman shares Perspectives on the Female Experience in America by delving deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders - discovering their personal inspiration and passions.
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What comes to your mind when you think about the 4th of July? For most of us it's fireworks, parades, a day off work and backyard barbecues. But Freedom is not free. The origins of our country began with war. It was inspired by the greater good of obtaining our freedom from Great Britan. The Fourth of July has been celebrated by public readings of Declaration of Independence from the courthouse steps ever since. But not everyone does this still today, so in case nobody's reading it at your court house, I will read the Declaration of Independence to you or you can play this at your own courthouse. In this special Independence Day edition of Home Front, we start by talking with a Vietnam Veteran and then stay with us for the Declaration.
Colonel Quincy Collins was Born on the 4th of July in 1931, He graduated from the Citidel and became a flight commander with the Air Force as a Second Lieutanant. He was shot down over Vietnam which left him as a prisoner of war for the next 7 1/2 years and provides us with a perspective on freedom and war from one who was on the inside.
A 15 min conversation with Executive producer Andrew-Knox B. Kaniki and the film crew of the first film of a Zambian president. The Declaration is a short film on the declaration of Zambia as a Christian Nation by first democratically elected President, late Dr. Frederick Titus Jacob Chiluba.
Time: 8:30 EST, 1:30 pm GMT, 15:30 CAT, 21:30pm (8.30pm) AWST
Call 347-327-4270 to particapate or listen. Follow the link and it will direct you to the show.
Would you have signed?
Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, and Francis Lewis, stories are all here in the Complete Series II by best-selling authors Murray Pura, Amber Schamel, and John V. Amodeo,
What was going on the morning of the signing in Philadelphia? These four amazing authors have brought that to life.
The Declaration of Independence series asks all of us that one soul searching question. If you were rich, if signing meant defying the world’s superpower, if failure meant your family would be left destitute and you would be hung by the neck with your hands tied behind your back until you strangled to death, would you have signed The Declaration of Independence? Would you have risked your privileged life so that others might live in freedom?
That was the question facing John Hancock and in the face of overwhelming odds he answered, “Yes.”
“We must all hang together,” Hancock said, before almost choking on his disastrous choice of words. Men’s faces clouded. They realized they stood on the brink, but could still step back. As had so often been the case, it was Benjamin Franklin who saved him, who saved us all.
“Yes, we must indeed all hang together,” Franklin replied in an equally loud voice. He took a moment to push his spectacles up his nose. “. . . or most assuredly we shall hang separately.”
The hall burst into surprised laughter. Men now smiled, grimly perhaps, but they lined up and took their turn, signing the most important document in the history of the world. Only Franklin, Hancock thought to himself.
An exciting film is in the works and Zambia Blog Talk Radio is proud to promote it. Join us every Saturday for a 15 min conversation with the Executive producer Andrew-Knox B Kaniki
Call 347-327-4270 to listen and/or participate, or simply follow the link
Time 8:30am EST, 15:30CAT, 21:30 (8:30PM) AWST
“We hold these truths to be sacred and undeniable; that all men are created equal and independent, that from that equal creation they derive rights inherent and inalienable, among which are the preservation of life, and liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
Thomas Jefferson turned over in his sleep.
That document – they tore what I wrote apart. I must talk to Ben Franklin and John Adams. They have to persuade the Continental Congress to restore my original wording before the delegates sign it.
And so the saga begins.
The “Declaration of Independence” series brings to life the crafting and signing of the World famous document as told through the eyes of Thomas Jefferson, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Hancock, and Francis Lewis.
Best- Selling author Murray Pura also includes recipes for Corn Bread and Colonial Braised Rabbit with “Volume 1 – Thomas Jefferson”.
Fast Fact- There is something written on the back of the Declaration of Independence.
There is a simple message, written upside-down across the bottom of the signed document: “Original Declaration of Independence dated 4th July 1776.” No one knows who exactly wrote this or when, but during the Revolutionary War years the parchment was frequently rolled up for transport. It’s thought that the text was added as a label.
Andrew kaniki, screenplay and script writer, unveils his latest project FTJ- The Declaration. The synopsis " A democratically elected president decides to publicly declare his country a Christian nation just 5 days after being elected president. This is a movie about Zambia's second republican president and it inspired by real-life events."
The first 10 to 15 minutes we will promote the Red Lipstick Challenge in support of Touch of An Angel.
The last 60 minutes will be spent discussing current affairs in Zambia and around the world
Through more pain and anguish; common ordinary Moors of Al Moroccan/American tribes are mobilizing and uniting in mass to voluntarily do what’s needed to participate in taking back our independence from the murdering Albion European Colonizing Occupiers of our birthright land of Extreme Far West Al Morocco.
Our International Sister and Brother family members feel our pain because they have gone through the cleansing already.
Now it's time to through out the dirty towels.
Peace and Love Family
As consumer or beauty shop owner, have you wondered where are the local Beauty Supply Stores owned by African-American’s? Can you purchase quality products on-line? In a Billion dollar industry, where are the profits going? Does any of your money find its way back to your neighborhood? These are questions we all are asking our friends, neighbors and people we know that are in the Black Hair Care business.
We have as our special guest, Ms. Regina Kimbell, producer of My Nappy ROOTS and Founder of NAPPYWOOD weekend Los Angeles. In her own words, “I’m a documentary filmmaker first so it gives me an objective overview of the industry also from a historic perspective.” We will get her perspective on the industry of today along with her opinion as the prognosticator for the future.
You will hear cuts from the Nappy Roots Soundtrack. We’ll get into the facts and fiction of this billion dollar industry that manufactures for, supplying to and servicing African-Americans.
Show host Doug meets Dan Kadlec, author, journalist, and blogger for TIME Magazine talks about emerging adulthood, how young adults can achieve economic independence in today’s financial climate, and the necessity of planning for retirement