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  • 00:10

    Spanish record on a Sunday Night

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Spanish record on a Sunday Night


    Podcast link  


    you tube https://youtu.be/23YM3AO2Meo


    All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com



    Victor 73193 (10 in. double-faced)

    Victor B-25893 12/22/1921 Cielito lindo / Max Dolin Orchestra

    Victor B-25894 12/22/1921 El teléfono a larga distancia / Max Dolin Orchestra

    Max Dolin Orchestra (Musical group)

    Released 4/1922

    Source: Discography of American Historical Recordings






  • 02:12

    O YE DRYBONES : The Real Thanksgiving with special guest DR.DAVID IMHOTEP

    in Current Events

    Starting with the Pilgrims not only leaves out the Indians, but also the Spanish. In the summer of 1526 five hundred Spaniards and one hundred black slaves founded a town near the mouth of the Pedee River in what is now South Carolina. Disease and disputes with nearby Indians caused many deaths. Finally, in November the slaves rebelled, killed some of their masters, and escaped to the Indians. By now only 150 Spaniards survived, and they evacuated back to Haiti. The ex-slaves remained behind. So the first non-Native settlers in "the country we now know as the United States" were Africans.The Spanish continued their settling in 1565, when they massacred a settlement of French Protestants at St. Augustine, Florida, and replaced it with their own fort. Some Spanish were pilgrims, seeking regions new to them to secure religious liberty: these were Spanish Jews

    Beginning with 1620 also omits the Dutch, who were living in what is now Albany by 1614. Indeed, 1620 is not even the date of the first permanent British settlement, for in 1607, the London Company sent settlers to Jamestown, Virginia. No matter. The mythic origin of "the country we now know as the United States"

  • 00:31

    FFW #27: Jessica Aguilar - MMA, Women fighting Men, Thinking in Spanish

    in Culture

    This week's warrior is Jessica Aguilar.

    Jessica Aguilar is a UFC Women's Strawweight fighter. Jessica was nice enough to join us for a conversation about her professional career and her personal aspirations. We even get to learn the Spanish translation for "Fuel for Warriors."

    Jessica talks with Tim about a number of good topcs including:

    Being a warrior for yourself
    Her start in MMA
    Does she think in English or Spanish?
    Women fighting men in MMA
    Her current challenges
    What inspires her each and every day.

    Be sure to join the conversation on Twitter using #FuelForWarriors and #FFW26.

    @Jagatt (Guest)

    @TimLawson21 (Host)

    @LawsonEntertain (Production)

    @LockNLoadJava (Production partner)

  • 00:45

    Radomir Luza Does Not Speak Spanish

    in Poetry

    North Hollywood's Poet Laureate Radomir Luza called in the studio to discuss the inspiration behind writing I Do Not Speak Spanish and sending it for consideration to make it in the No Se Habla Español anthology. Also we talked about NoHo Lit Crawl coming up as well as his monthly Unbuckled Open Mic (next date is October 3rd) and his extensive collection of books (he's just published 27 books, that's all!)

  • 02:11

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

    in Art

    This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!

    1. Mama Naasira Ageela & Dr. Gregory Joe Bledsoe, authors, Spicy Tasty Vegan Cuisine: An Informative Health Guide for the Melaninated (People of Color)

    2. Norman Gee, Oakland Public Theatre, speaks on theatre with incarcerated youth re: Peralta Hacienda Historic House Museum's "Home and Away: Oakland, CA Prisons and the Geography of the Heart"

    3. Shakespeare Goes to War with Jesse F. Vaughn (actor); John Fisher (playwright, actor, director, Artistic Director Theatre Rhino)

    4. Aishah Bashir, African Diaspora Bazaar, Sat., Nov. 28 @ Humanist Hall, Oakland

    Music: Meklit & Quinn's "Look at What the Light Did," Victoria Theodore's "Grateful."

  • 00:30

    Challenging the Rhetoric with Cheri Roberts- Show #9

    in Self Help

    Join Cheri Roberts and special guests on #TheGRILL guests Wednesday, November 25, @6pm PST/9pm EST on Challenging the Rhetoric* for deep discussion on depression, suicide and the holidays. Please call-in or join us in the chatroom during the LIVE show. CALL-IN TO THE LIVE SHOW @ (646) 787-1790

    Also, don't forget the new 2-hour round-table series, "Sickness of Silence" (#SOS) tackling the problem of child sexual abuse (CSA) every First Thursdays @5pm PST/8pm EDT.

    Show archives are available here and on the CTR & SOS websites after each LIVE broadcast.

    CTR Website -- SOS Website -- TWITTER @CTRNewsFeed -- CTR Facebook -- SOS Facebook

    #CTR - #TheGrill - #LOTW - #SOS

    No political endorsements. No corporate dollars. No hype. No lies. 

    Feeling suicidal? Please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifelines @ 1-800-273-TALK (8255) [24/7 hotline] OR 1-888-628-9454 (Spanish) OR 1-800-799-4889 (TTY)

  • 01:58

    Truth Hertz with Charles Giuliani

    in Politics

    The Spanish Inquisition

  • 00:44

    DPA Media Storytelling Chasing the Case Motion to Vacate 2255 Caravan for Peace

    in News

    Celebrating 7 years - Advocating through Storytelling for criminal justice reform at the iNTERNATIONAL DRUG POLICY REFORM CONFERENCE 2015

    Criminal Justice Storytelling in the Media

    Have you shared your own story with the media but found it difficult to work with them?  

    Are you a journalist who has used individual criminal justice narratives but found it difficult to work with the individuals? 


    Chasing the Case Motion to Vacate 2255


    Supporting organizations mainly supporting are WOMEN WHO NEVER GIVES UP and MOMS UNITED to END THE WAR on DRUGS along with

    Amos Irwin, Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition’s Assistant Training Director
    Dorothy Gaines and Neicko Gaines, Dorothy Gaines Foundation
    Angela Murphy, House of Dreams
    Gale Muhammad, President of Women Who Never Give Up
    Lawrence Garrison, mommieactivist and son
    Lamont Garrison, mommieactivist and son




  • 00:31

    EYM - You In Or What?

    in Entrepreneur

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  • 00:15

    Can the African-American Diet be Made Healthier Without Giving up Culture

    in Pop Culture

    Miller says: If you actually look at rural roots of soul food in the antebellum South, it was a cuisine primarily based on seasonal vegetables, and very little meat was eaten. Meat was typically used to flavor the vegetables, which fits into a culinary framework from West Africa, where dried, salted, or smoked fish was often used to one pot meals. Frying was for special occasions, so their food tended to be baked, boiled, or eaten raw. Think about what nutritionists are telling us to eat: dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes, legumes, and fish. These are building blocks of soul food! In the antebellum South, the enslaved were pretty much fed water, vegetables with little meat; prestige foods were only served during special occasions on weekends, when the work schedule slowed down. Because of the shift in tempo, you could do more elaborate cooking using more prestigious and processed ingredients like butter, refined flour, sugar, and whole milk rather than the whole-wheat flour, molasses, and buttermilk that was more readily available. The diet is closer to what we now call vegan. Soul food’s unhealthy reputation grows when more celebration foods and processed foods enter the diet as people become more prosperous. Quite naturally, if you have more disposable income, you start eating the good stuff more often; thus, celebration food becomes more commonplace. This is further compounded by eating more fast food and industrialized food. To me, that’s a bigger factor of perceived health problems in the African American community, more so than soul food.

  • 02:10

    The Helios Biblios Hour : The Holy Office of the Spanish Inquisition /Jesuit

    in Current Events

    Papal supremacy. The supremacy which the Pope claimed not only over the Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, but over all other Christian princes. The theory was that they stood to the Pope as feudal vassals [servants] to a supreme lord; as such, the Pope claimed the right to enforce the duties due to him from his feudal subordinates through an ascending scale of penalties culminating in the absolution of the prince's subjects from the bonds of allegiance [our note: the infamous Roman Catholic recusancy], AND IN THE DISPOSITION OF THE SOVEREIGN HIMSELF. The papal supremacy was overthrown in England by acts of the Parliament which met in 1529 and was dissolved in 1536, ending in the Act of Supremacy which substituted the King for the Pope. (Black's Law Dictionary, Definitions of the Terms and Phrases of American and English Jurisprudence, Ancient and Modern by Henry Campbell Black, "If the Pope is in conflict with a secular ruler, then he can put the ruler's subjects under interdict in order to put pressure on the ruler. It works. The ruler's Catholic subjects put pressure on him to submit to the Pope, so that the Pope will remove the interdict.Why the relentless war against the so-called "W.A.S.P." (White Anglo Saxon Protestant)*?  Is it possible that someone has not forgotten what happened in 1517 (the Protestant Reformation)? And is it possible that someone has not forgotten the Counter Reformation? ...Why don't we hear insightful quotes about Roman Catholic Christopher Columbus being "the first slave trader in the New World" People who control textbooks and education have power to teach whatever to--what a startling statement--Education as a Weapon of the Counter Reformation Counter Reformation: Rome's