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Ep.38: Celebrating Sisterhood - Striking A Chord For Unity
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A Sisterhood is a close relationship among women based on shared experiences, concerns, respect, adoration and love who are linked togther by common interest, religion, or trade.
Please join the Southern Warrior Sister Tribe Radio Show on this week's episode and we celebrate Sisterhood and strike a chord for unity with our hosts Dr. Princess Fumi Hancock, Marlas Triplett Sells and Maxine Holt Donaldson!
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Nihar is an award-winning writer, covering inspirational stories around the world. Believe it or not, he stumbled upon writing completely by accident after moving to New York City for the very first time. While in the Big Apple, Nihar noticed that there were thousands of people missing out on the greatness of everyday life, due to the very fast paced lifestyles they lived.
As a result of his observations, he had a big idea to inspire people around the globe by writing a book (which was strange, because he always hated reading books. Why would he ever write one?). With the support of his family and friends though, Nihar ended up debuting his first international book, Win No Matter What, with Balboa Press in June 2013.
Since then, his work has been featured in Washington Square News, U.S. News and World Report, The Huffington Post, and several podcasts. Nihar is now working on a new book, The Corridor of Uncertainty (a heart-warming narrative about the Afghanistan cricket team), which he hopes to release in 2015.
Striking Out On Your Own "Be Your Own Boss"
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This week Karen Lynn’s guest is Gregg Carter blog owner of Rural Economist and Author of “Micro and Cottage Businesses: What You Need to Know and How to Get Started”. Gregg’s blog is full of information on practical sound advice, homesteading, sustainability, and preparedness information. Gregg shares on the economy, his faith, his love for his wife, he’s a family man and offers sound wisdom for the world we are all facing and is changing rapidly.
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A tree fell on Matt's house. He and Shawn discuss that, plus Zeke Duhon and Kylie Rothfield at ALoft Hotel, the shows they missed out on, Emblem 3 and more! They also feature an interview and an amazing performance by Striking Matches and a hilarious interview with local improv group LOLNashville!
Striking Matches, made up of Sarah Zimmermann and Justin Davis, came to Nashville simply to play music. In December 2012, Striking Matches made their debut on the Grand Ole Opry where they have subsequently played more than twenty times. The duo has had six songs featured on ABC’s hit show Nashville. They became the first artist signed to the newly launched I.R.S. Records Nashville with their debut full length effort produced by T-Bone Burnett and Buddy Miller to be released in 2014.
LOL Nashville is a short and long-form improv comedy troupe. Every part of every show is unscripted and is made up on the spot with the help of suggestions from the audience. Every improv show they have performed has been sold out, which meant the troupe has had to secure a large performance space for the rest of the year.
#ThanksGiving - Things Black People Have To Thank White People For
Let's a pre #ThanksGiving episode and get into some news and comment along with things black people have to thank white people for.
Phoenix Calaida is going to tell us about how #BlackLivesMatter in Chicago is going to be fracturing.
William J Jackson will bring up how Gang Bangers Lives Matter.
In The News::::
CNN law enforcement analyst Jonathan Gilliam asserted on Wednesday that Chicago Officer Jason Van Dyke did nothing wrong when he shot 17-year-old Laquan McDonald 16 times because the teen continued to move after he was down.
Walmart Is Working with the FBI and Lockheed Martin to Spy on Striking Workers
Japan has a pretty cool name for their big SALE.
Fox News Coon, Harris Faulkner get's reminded what her place is in the pecking order.
Two unidentified students confessed to drawing swastikas and “White Power” on cars at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
According to WoodTV, the incident happened Sunday evening and the words were drawn on six snow-covered cars on campus.
Ottawa-based band MonkeyJunk plays a blend of swamp-rock roots and blues that in the relatively short time has earned them a collective 20 Maple Blues Awards, two Canadian Independent Music Awards, a Blues Music Award (USA), and a JUNO Award in 2012. Monkey Junk is three musicians who individually had established careers prior to forming MonkeyJunk: vocalist, baritone guitarist, harmonica and organ player Steve Marriner, lead guitarist Tony D and drummer/percussionist Matt Sobb. We are delighted that they will join us on Music FridayLive! this week with their new album, Moon Turn Red.
The strands formed in 2011 bring a genre-defying sound they like to call Artisanal. Thoughtful and provocative lyrics dominate, carried by a piano with a subdued drum and sophisticated guitar grooves. The result is almost jazz, but not quite – the Strands straddle the line between jazz and pop. Lead singer Amanda Campbell delivers original material - much of it written by the band's keyboard and piano artist Susan Ferrari - with a smooth voice, backed by the legendary Richard Green on lead guitar, Ferrari on piano and keys and the founder of the group, Paul, on bass. Restrained, thoughtful, striking, the Strands stand out and we are glad they are taking the time to talk with us on Music FridayLive!.
Where are they now :Derrick Brant May (born July 14, 1968 in Rochester, New York) is a former first round pick (#9 pick in 1986) and former outfielder in Major League Baseball who played for the Chicago Cubs (1990–94), Milwaukee Brewers (1995), Houston Astros (1995–96), Philadelphia Phillies (1997), Montreal Expos (1998) and Baltimore Orioles (1999). He also played three seasons in Japan, from 2001 until 2003, for the Chiba Lotte Marines. He is currently the hitting coordinator for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Westbrooks' professional career began in 1987, taken by the Giants in the 47th round of the draft out of the University of Texas. Westbrooks chose Texas out of Bellaire High in Houston, turning down a 7th-round selection by the Yankees in 1983.
Chicago White Sox starter Erik Johnson went 6 1/3 innings Saturday, giving up two earned runs on five hits and three walks while striking out four in a 4-3 win over the Detroit Tigers .The 25-year-old continued his bid for a 2016 rotation spot, ending his season with four quality starts in six outings. Johnson doesn't miss many bats and allows too many walks, which limits his fantasy value, but his peripherals generally show improvement from his major league stint last season.Mitchell was drafted by the Braves in the 4th round of the 1987 amateur draft. He debuted with the Braves on July 23, 1991 and went on to hit .318 in 48 games that season, but that was his last shot at the bigs with Atlanta. He did, however, earn some playing time as the left fielder for the Braves in that year's postseason.Southern Maryland Blue Crab pitching coach Andre Rabouin ... Rabouin's career in baseball began in 1972, taken by the Reds in the ... Rabouin used that Spanish in his coaching of Latin players
Naturally occurring DMT may produce prophecy-like states of consciousness and thus represent a bridge between biology and religious experience
• Reveals the striking similarities between the visions of the Hebrew prophets and the DMT state described by Strassman’s research volunteers
• Explains how prophetic and psychedelic states may share biological mechanisms
• Presents a new top-down “theoneurological” model of spiritual experience
After completing his groundbreaking research chronicled in DMT: The Spirit Molecule, Rick Strassman was left with one fundamental question: What does it mean that DMT, a simple chemical naturally found in all of our bodies, instantaneously opens us to an interactive spirit world that feels more real than our own world?
Dr Strassman's website is: http://www.rickstrassman.com/
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Giving Thanks on Veteran's Day in 2015
Veterans Day, formerly known as Armistice Day, was originally set as a U.S. legal holiday to honor the end of World War I, which officially took place on November 11, 1918. In legislation that was passed in 1938, November 11 was "dedicated to the cause of world peace and to be hereafter celebrated and known as 'Armistice Day.'" As such, this new legal holiday honored World War I veterans.
In 1954, after having been through both World War II and the Korean War, the 83rd U.S. Congress -- at the urging of the veterans service organizations -- amended the Act of 1938 by striking out the word "Armistice" and inserting the word "Veterans." With the approval of this legislation on June 1, 1954, Nov. 11 became a day to honor American veterans of all wars.
Green Light for Veterans!
Did our Veterans fight for H-1B-Visa Workers and/or EB-5s - America for Sale - Citizenship for Sale? ISIS may be a threat to our national security, but the reckless abuse of "Legal Immigration" is also a major threat to our future!
The Walt Disney World Case - IT Workers are forced to train their foreign H-1B-Visa replacements
Ted Cruz supports 500% Increase in H-1B-Visas
John Ellis Bush supports 500% Increase in H-1B-Visas
Marco Rubio supports 500% Increase in H-1B-Visas
EB-5s "Employment Based" Immigration - America For Sale to Foreign Corporations
While they may have a point that proper identification may have saved the off-duty officer and his son but we all must admit that it is hard to talk when you have a night stick stuck up your butt or speak clearly while being beaten profusely about the neck and shoulders. We must also admit that once the first blow was struck, those doing the striking was not about to listen to anything those that they were striking had to say. As a former law enforcement official, I can relate to that “split-second” decision all officers have to be able to make when it comes to life threatening situations. I can relate to arriving on a scene and having the ability to access the situation before engaging but what I cannot support and will never even try to understand is the lack of training given to those now wearing any uniform on how to avoid that “split-second” assumption.
Hour 1: Music sensation Lexxica shares her new EP Only If You Want To! We'll chat with her about her journey, the music and so much more!
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Many artists struggle to establish their musical identity, laboriously trying on different musical styles like a piece of clothing, looking to find what fits. But there are others that emerge fully formed, in full command of their craft, their identity and their music. Lexxica fits firmly in the latter category.
Her productions cross a wide range of EDM styles, house, indie-dance, electro and dubstep. This new project is a captivating and moving debut that heralds the arrival of a gifted and significant new talent, one whose music feels familiar in the best possible way, while striking out on its own territory.