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Segment 1: RSP examines the devastating famine in Somalia and its implications. This segment also includes an NPR interview with Somali rapper K'naan, poetry from Somalia and the fresh analysis from the RSP team. (60 minutes) Segment 2: President Obama and the 2012 Campaign: What Have You Done for Me Lately? Political analysis of the road back to the White House. Will a message of hope and change resonate with Obama's base? (30 minutes) Segment 3: En
KDSL Radio will talk with people and organizations working locally, domestically, and globally on innovative work related to education. The next show will be on Tuesday January 4, 2011 from 6:00-6:30p.m. and will feature an interview with Sahnun Mohamud of Wake of Somalia. For more information visit http://www.wakeupsomalia.org/.
Islamic Terror Group Wants Somalia Rid of Christians. According to CBN, Somalia's Islamist terror group al-Shabab wants to rid the Muslim country of all Christians and is specifically targeting Christian converts from Islam. Al Shabab recently joined with al Qaeda and wants Sharia law implemented in the country. Somali Christian leaders estimate fewer than 200 Christians exist in this country of 10 million. Secret believers often suffer punishment and humiliation for refusing to conform
News of sea piracy off the coast of Somalia has dominated headlines worldwide. A power vacuum and conflict between warlords and insurgents have displaced over 800,000 Somalis and left millions hungry. Lawlessness and instability are the norm in a country where no functioning central government has existed since 1991.
From Family History to Community History - the Chowan Discovery Group Story with Marvin T. Jones, Executive Director of the Chowan Discovery Group(CDG).
The mission of the Chowan Discovery Group is to research, document, preserve and present the 400+ year-old history of the landowning tri-racial people of color of the Winton Triangle, an area centered in Hertford County, North Carolina.
Founded in 2007, the Chowan Discovery Group (www.chowandiscovery.org) co-produced in 2009 its first major presentation, a stage production, scripted by Jones, called The Winton Triangle. The book, Carolina Genesis: Beyond the Color Line, features Jones’ summary of the Triangle’s history.
In addition to writing articles, Jones has made numerous presentations about the Winton Triangle’s history on national and regional radio, at colleges and universities, museums and to civic groups. The North Carolina Office of Archives and History accepted four of his nominations for highway historical markers.
A native of Cofield, a village in the Winton Triangle, Marvin Jones began this project a decade ago by scanning the photograph collection of relatives and neighbors. The Winton Triangle digital collection now has over 7000 files of photographs, documents, maps, audio and video recordings.
Jones is the owner of Marvin T. Jones & Associates, a professional photography company in Washington, DC. He has published in well-known magazines and has worked in South America, the Caribbean and Africa. Howard University and Roanoke-Chowan Community College hosted Jones’ exhibit on Somalia.
We have heard from industry, military leaders, Marines, and private security providers, this Sunday we are going to look at piracy at a more personal level with director Thymaya Payne of the documentary, Stolen Seas; Tales of Somali Piracy. He will be our guest for the full hour.
From the show promo:
The filmmakers have spent the past three years traveling to some of the world's most violent locales in order to make this documentary on Somali piracy, Stolen Seas. Utilizing exclusive interviews and unparalleled access to real pirates, hostages, hostages' relatives, ship-owners, pirate negotiators and experts on piracy and international policy, Stolen Seas presents a chilling exploration of the Somali pirate phenomenon.
The film throws the viewer, through audio recordings and found video, right into the middle of the real-life hostage negotiation of a Danish shipping vessel, the CEC Future. As the haggling between the ship's stoic owner Per Gullestrup, and the pirate's loquacious negotiator, Ishmael Ali, drags on for 70 days, these two adversaries' relationship takes an unexpected turn and an unlikely friendship is born.
Stolen Seas is an eye opening refutation of preconceived ideas on how or why piracy has become the world's most frightening multi-million dollar growth industry.
NOTICE : The first half of this show is in English. The rest of the show is in KinyaRwanda. This is a special broadcast for this Sunday April 7th...
Our Host, Louise UWACU will soon be releasing a new book;
<< THE WRITIVIST* WAR IS WRITE>> and She will be answering all your Questions about it LIVE on Air....
This is also the season of commemorations of all those innocent victims of senseless wars, massacres and genocide of Kamita, Nubi, the one known as Africa today....
We Remember Rwanda. We Remember Congo. We Remember Sudan, Cote d'Ivoire, Mali, Somalia.... the list goes on. We Salute and Congratulate Kenya, for choosing UHURU (FREEDOM) in AMANI (PEACE)... May the Spirit of the Light of Kamita live on....
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Ron Davis is an accomplished, nationally and internationally recognized sports administrator and track and field coach. He has an outstanding record in organizing and developing innovative and successful track and field national and international programs.In terms of international experiences, Davis has worked in Canada and numerous African and Asian nations. These experiences have enabled him to develop a culturally sensitive, high-demand, and supportive coaching and project management style that has led to success in, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Congo Brazzaville, Mozambique, and Nigeria. Athletes trained by Davis in these and other nations have won medals in the Olympics, All Africa Games, and Commonwealth Games.
& the Fake Left
From Obama's drone wars to his "humanitarian" interventions in Africa (Mali, Somalia, Libya, etc) his hypocrisy knows no limit and we are going to expose and call him out on it!
Michael V. Doanes musical journey has crossed many genres. From boy-band success to regional theatre acclaim and performances on Broadway, international tours, as well as television and film. He has written songs for American Idol, the movie 'From the 50 Yard Line', for TV shows ‘Red Carpet Run’, ‘Talking About’and for many artists' ranging from legendary girl-group Expose to Broadway star, BJ Crosby.
'LIttle Kid' 'is his first solo recording. A percussive, soulful mix of rock, gospel, country and pop, “Little Kid” has thick layers of instrumentation fronted by Doane’s tough and tender vocals. The songs range from the fiery funk of the first single and video, ‘We Did It Right’, to the bluegrass country jam of ‘James Alvin (His Song)’ to the confessional-like quality of the titel track, 'Little Kid.'
Wendy Joseph vies with her characters for a life of romance and adventure. A deckhand on merchant ships she has outrun pirates off Somalia, steered ships through typhoons and calms from the Bering Sea to Shanghai and helped rescue seals on the Pacific coast. Her passion is for works of the imagination, for telling a really good story, and for connecting with the minds and souls of readers. 'Witches Hand' is Ms Joseph's most recent release. Her plays Gargoyles, The Hamlet Interview, Oil in the Sound and Booking Hold were produced to acclaim in Seattle, and she appeared in the movie Singles. Ashore she holds court with her cats Jean Lafitte and Bijou in the wilds of Washington State. 9PM ET, 8PM CT, 6PM PT via the chatroom or @ 213-769-0952
On tonight's show, we'll discuss the art of flirting. Yes, there is an art to it. However, can flirting ever be harmless? I had a recent Twitter discussion with a young lady named Somalia. You may know her in the Twitterverse as @S_Nayobe. She said that guys flirt with no intent or care whatsoever. It made me wonder if guys flirt without even realizing it or not. The defintion of flirting is one of the things we'll try to get ironed out on tonight's show along with other related topics. Also on the show, pregnant shaming. In NYC, posters are being plastered across the area of babies crying with captions made out to the single mom/dad raising them. Things like: "I'm twice as likely not to graduate because you had me as a teen" or "Honestly Mom... chances are he won't stay with you." Is shaming someone an effective prevention tactic? These things and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show! "No experts. Just opinions." www