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  • 00:26

    Children are Dying in Our Streets

    in Higher Education

    Children as young as 3 years old are being murdered in Cleveland, Ohio and all around the US.

    What are we going to do about it?

    This show raises the issue and engages the audience in taking a deeper look into ourselves to be the  solution.

    The Topic of the day will invite all to share their thoughts and solution to the issues that trouble our towns and communities, so together we can devise a plan of action that will eventually lessen and eradicate future problems.

    4242589367 is the call in number for the show. 

  • 00:59

    Don't Give Up Radio: The Special Needs of Our Children

    in Culture

    Don't Give Up radio ,with host Jacquie Wayans, interviews guest who have been to the brink of giving up and didn't. Instead, they held on tighter to their faith and as a result bare the successful fruit today. Don't Give Up Radio is for those reaching for a dream while pushing away the challenges. This show is delivered by story and song, all to convey to the listener that they can make it and to Never Give Up!

    Please follow on blogtalkradio.com  www.facebook.com/dontgiveupradio Twitter: @JacquieWayans  Instagram  jacquiewayans

    Guest: Kathy Charley, Children's Author www.kathyskidzkorner.com

  • 00:32

    How do we know if our children need extra help in school?

    in Lifestyle

    How do we know if our children need extra help in school?

  • HTTR – The Condition of Education: What is the Future of Our Children?

    in Education

    “Fixing education isn’t the key to fixing poverty. POVERTY is the key to fixing EDUCATION” 

    More than a decade has passed since the enactment of Public Law 107-110 and still poor children don’t have the guarantees that they will graduate from high school and then be admitted to a first rate college or university, which aligns them with a productive future.

    Over 50 million students head off to approx. 98,500 elementary and secondary schools for the fall 2015 term, and an estimated $634 billion will be spent related to their education.  But how and on what are these dollars being spent?  

    Hot Topics Talk Radio has assemble a panel of top educators and lecturers to provide you with valuable information on the state of today’s education, and what is needed for your child/children to receive a quality education and life skills for a productive future. Our panel includes: 

    Dr. Chris L. Hickey, Sr., Phd 
    Satra Zurita, Compton Unified School District
    M.C. El Bee, Legendary Hip-Hop Artist/Lecturer
    Joshua Hays, K-12 Educator
    Edmond Davis, College Facilitator/Educator
    Gina Smith, SPMG MEDIA/Publicist

    Join the conversation on Wednesday, September 1, 2015, 8pm PDT/11pm EDT.  The live call-in number to listen and comment is (646)200-3148.  Or listen and join the chatroom here on Blog Talk Radio, or from our website at www.hottopicstalkradio.com/hottopicstalkradio.

    **HTTR Network is sponsored by Shades of Afrika (Corona & Long Beach), A&L Family Restaurant and SPMG Media.  For complete information regarding our sponsors, visit www.hottopicstalkradio.com/sponsors.

  • 00:34

    Breaking the Chains....3 Keys to Empower our Children with Adra Young

    in Motivation

    I have a dream...Celebrating Our Jubilee!

    Our forefathers and mothers planted trees from which we gather fruit, and dug wells from which we quench our thirst. Civil Rights Activist marched for us, died for us and pleaded for our equality.

    So what are we leaving behind for our communities today? What are we fostering in the minds of our Black children? How will we strengthen our families and our communities? How will we show the power of LOVE in the world? How are we Leading Change?

    Just over fifty years ago, Dr. King's "I Have a Dream..." Speech debuted in Detroit and transformed a nation. Today, we, the residents of Detroit, are uniting to become a beacon of light and love to usher in greater transformation within our capacity to love that will impact this city, nation and the world. As Detroit goes, so does the nation.

    Grass roots organizations and communities in Detroit are raising the bar on what's possible for us as Humans by elevating our consciousness to envision our lives as spirits in human form co-creating a world that reflects love, unity, compassion and Power. Find their destiny so you can powerfully play a role in Detroit's Re-birth that causes the world to notice!

    Today, we are discussing our education system and what teachers, parents and the community must do to empower our youth so they are inspired to use school as a platform to excel. We want to develop understanding of what our children need during their educational journey in addition to academic that empowers them to become a contributing part of society.

    Love, consistency, and respect of promises to our children is vital to assisting them with overcoming their societal experiences, Join our conversation.

    Remember, we are powerful, and together we rise!

  • “All About Gwinnett” our guest is State Senator P K Martin

    in Politics

    This week on “All About Gwinnett” our guest is State Senator P K Martin. Prior to his election to the Senate, Mr. Martin served as a member of the Lawrenceville City Council for 8 years.

    During his first year in the Senate, Mr. Martin has already made quite a name for himself. Lt. Governor Casey Cagle has stated, “During his short time in the Senate, Sen. Martin has already established himself as a respected leader who is committed to strengthening his community and our state."

  • 02:01

    OUR COMMON GROUND ll OPEN MIC Saturday Night

    in Politics Progressive


    LISTEN LIVE and Join the OPEN Chat

    Call In - Listen Line: 347-838-9852

    Where Friends come to meet with allies.

    Tonight on OUR COMMON GROUND we open up our lines to hear from you for the full 2 hours. Give us a call and let’s discuss what you believe is the most pressing issues facing our communities.  Each Saturday night, OUR COMMON GROUND is the spot to exchange ideas, analysis and information.  Our mission is to provide the most insightful information, establish opportunities for informed dialogue, in trust and in truth. 

    Feature Topics:  Black TV ; Black Family and Adult Estrangement; Justice or Else Million March, October 10


    Join us on FACEBOOK and Learn More abut this episode  

    OCG on the Web: http://ourcommonground.com/

    Community Forum:  http://www.ourcommonground-talk.ning.com/
    Follow us on Twitter: @JaniceOCG #TalkthatMatters

  • 00:58

    Indigo and Crystal Children - Embracing Their Journey

    in Spirituality

    Come join us the first Tuesdday of each month as we explore together the many different gifts and abilities of these special children and adults.  Have a better understanding of their importance in the world today and learn how we can help guide and support them throughout their lives.

  • 01:28

    Why Are Our Rebellious Children Mad With Us Parents?

    in Education

    This segment is about why our children turning against adults and defying laws that are suppose to bring order?

    Question... Why is our rebellious children mad at us adults.

    What is the reason they feel no one cares about them?

    Why are our children stealing, killing, and destroying in their environment.

    What do we as adult/parent as an inheritance for them?

    I come to discuss whether rapid technological changes, economic woes, and high-profile violence in the media are causing Americans to unravel at the seams.

  • Children without Their Biological Fathers

    in Christianity

    Fatherlessness in the U.S. remains a prevalent issue as the number of children living apart from their biological fathers is estimated to be nearly 30 percent (or roughly one in three), according to 2011 Pew Research data. 

    The number of children living apart from their biological fathers has more than doubled over the last four decades amid a growing decline in nuclear families.

    In 1960, 11 percent of children lived apart from their biological fathers as compared to 27 percent in 2010.

    One Christian artist says he hopes his music will spark conversations about the growing problem and bring healing to families across the nation.

    In August, acclaimed singer/songwriter Brian Nhira released his new single "Back Where You Belong" from his debut album Hope's Stand. The powerful track is described as an "anthem for the fatherless," and Nhira told The Christian Post about how a shopping trip to a local Walmart inspired the song.

    "The song was inspired by an experience I had as a college student," Nhira, a graduate of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, told CP. "I went to this Walmart (across the street from campus) and one of the things the Lord was highlighting in my mind was these mothers who were there shopping with their kids and struggling to look after their kids and shop at the same time. And so the question arose in my mind 'Where is the father?'"


  • 00:59

    Educating our Children Through Concepts Rather Than Following Books

    in Lifestyle

    What would it take to get the people to stop following others?  How can we expect our children to be leaders when we tecah them to follow?  Do you want a child capable of memorizing random facts out-of-context or a child who self-leads?

    What is the role of education to society?  Is it to protect the children and the future?  Are we doing so with the public education system?  Do we have teachers following administrators and children following books that offer little self-leadership skills?  

    This subject may get lively so be sure to take the microphone!

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