• 00:34

    The Struggle Buggy Cafe

    in Comedy

    Welcome to "The Struggle Buggy Cafe" where the day is made by playing spades in masquerades. Come on in, kick your shoes off, grab a bite to eat, sit a spell. Tell us how your work week has been. Have a good laugh at your staff and know, that we know, the struggle is real.


    We're open Friday evening from 6:30 to 7:00 pm.


    Call in to speak with the host


    (914) 205-5541


    !!!!ENJOY!!!!

  • 00:06

    Strength Grows Out of Struggle

    in Christianity

    People think they can have success and strength without struggle but that's not the case. Listen to this episode to hear why.

  • 00:34

    The Struggle Buggy Cafe: Episode 3

    in Comedy

    Welcome to "The Struggle Buggy Cafe" where the day is made by playing spades in masquerades. Come on in, kick your shoes off, grab a bite to eat, sit a spell. Tell us how your work week has been. Have a good laugh at your staff and know, that we know, the struggle is real. We're open Friday evening from 6:30 to 7:00 pm. Call in to speak with the host (914) 205-5541 !!!!ENJOY!!!!

  • 00:44

    Struggle Nation and Antonio Robinson

    in Current Events

    where you begin. We are all more than conquerors and there's nothing that can stop any of us from achieving our goals. No matter where you started in life or where you are now, I want to encourage you, through my story, not to stop. Don't give up. Stay positive in a world of negativity. Let God lead you. Be strong. Be Courageous. 


     


    I Am Struggle Nation


    http://www.strugglenation.net/

  • 00:34

    The Struggle Buggy Cafe: Episode 4:: THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BLACK LEADERS

    in Comedy

    Welcome to "The Struggle Buggy Cafe" where the day is made by playing spades in masquerades. Come on in, kick your shoes off, grab a bite to eat, sit a spell. Tell us how your work week has been. Have a good laugh at your staff and know, that we know, the struggle is real. We're open Friday evening from 6:30 to 7:00 pm. Call in to speak with the host (914) 205-5541 !!!!ENJOY!!!!

  • 01:30

    The Juxtaposed Struggle - Luck of the Draw?

    in Self Help

    Thank you for joining this segment of The Struggle Continues.  This week we present a two part program that look at two sides of our struggle.  In days past, black people, in particular, caught hell from every aspect of life.  Those conditions forced Blacks to do for self and take care of each other; Blacks created a good out of that which was meant for harm.  For example, research "Black Wall Street."  


    In this post-Civil Rights era, the problems created by this designed plan are not always easy to identify and developing solutions leave even the brightest among us puzzled!  The prevailing argument by the masses is that your conditions result from the choices you make.  Personally, my standing argument is why are some people forced to choose from things that should not even be choice selections in the first place.


    In part one we talk with young entrepreneurs Tenyse Williams and Mario Daniels who have founded a magazine called "Dapper Dads!"  "Dapper Dads" addresses the needs of fathers.  Wiliams and Daniels talk about how the concept developed and some of the struggles they face in "trying to do the right thing."  "Dapper Dads" debuts on Father's Day 2014!  Let's encourage them and find out how you can get your copy and be a part of this history in the making.


    In part two we look at the other side of our too familiar struggle.  We talk with our very own Hilda K. Broday who has received another request from an inmate within the prison system asking for help.  New Jersey prisons are riddled with oppression and abuse!  Our efforts to help inmates in Alabama were effective! Now, we try to help inmates in the state of New Jersey!  North or south, east or west, there is no where left to run; we have got to stand and fight!  We are open to all suggestions.


    Check-mate.

  • 00:30

    AUTHOR-Marshall Pope- The Struggle Continues

    in Lifestyle

    The Struggle Continues picks up where Marshall's first poetry book, The Struggles Of Love, left off. In the form of poetry, Marshall tackles racism, bullying, hate, love, pain, remembrance of losing a loved one, religion, and personal battles from the trials and tribulations Marshall faced from a media mishap during an interview that ended up going viral, skyrocketing Marshall's notoriety. Now known all around the world as the rapper-turned-author and poet, Marshall proves in his book, The Struggle Continues, that he is more than ready to handle any struggle he is faced with. This book is truly the inspiration the world needs to find comfort in a not-so-perfect world. Marshall says he writes for the "Have-Nots and Unsung Heroes" giving the voiceless a voice. So allow The Struggle Continues to speak to your heart as the rapper-turned-author takes you on a journey looking at the world through the eyes of a poet.


    Coming soon on the http://artistfirst.com/barber.htm

  • 01:03

    The Struggle Continues

    in Self Help

    This week we take a closer look at this struggle.   We appear to be loosing ground - we seem to be going backwards.  The culprits are, and have always been:  lack of unity; distrust of one another; misplaced economics; and an under-valuation of self-worth, among other things.
    Recently, here in New York City, there was a couple of highlighted "racial profiling cases" involving black shoppers.  Of course racial profiling is wrong but also this warrants a self-assessment.  Why do I buy?

  • 00:33

    Empowering Women Series - 5 Ways to Eliminate the Struggle With the Juggle

    in Motivation

    Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will be joined on the Empowering Women Series by Cheryl Pullins, Life Coach, as she discusses, "5 Ways to Eliminate the Struggle With the Juggle." Always on, seems to be the new normal. This is even more true for women. We feel the need to balance our passions, projects and people with every other "competing" task or commitment, and because of it we are neglecting some of the very things which help to support us as women. As a result, this new pace has made it even more challenging to navigate life on a day-to-day basis. The balancing act of life has turned into more of a struggle with the juggle. We're spending more time trying to stay in or out of balance that it has become an internal dance with ourselves, to the point where the things we truly desire and love are compromised. So how do we "make it all happen" in the evolution of this new kind of normal? During this chat we will explore key strategies to shift how to work and live in this supercharged and hyperconnected age, that leads us back to living a life of freedom, fulfillment and fabulousness. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 11/20 and join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2014/11/21/empowering-women-series--5-ways-to-eliminate-the-struggle-with-the-juggle


     

  • 00:30

    The Struggle Buggy Cafe: Episode 4: OVERCOMING NEGATIVITY

    in Comedy

    ON TODAY'S EPISODE: I ISSUE THE POSITVE ACTIONS CHALLENGE: NO ONE CAN CHANGE ANYTHING BUT EVERYONE: I CHALLENGE MYSELF AND EVERYONE ELSE TO THINK AND DO BETTER FOR OTHERS


    FRIDAY 6:30-7PM EASTERN TIME


    GUEST CALL IN (914)205-5541

  • 01:00

    To Chase a Feeling... The Struggle with Addiction

    in Lifestyle

    Join us Tuesday Dec 2, 2014 at 7:00 pm Est Usa as Miss Raina discusses the struggle of addiction.


     


    For one to struggle with an addiction to drugs, alcohol, cigarettes and unhealthy food, is a life challenge.  For many, their lives are shaped, challenged and changed forever by the overuse of a product that gives rise to a peaceful feeling. Although the joyous feeling is temporary, the moments of a feeling are strong enough to control the actions of ones life.


    We must understand that addiction reaches all of us at some point in our lives. Most of us are unaware that an addiction has a grasp on our life until we have put ourselves in a place of trouble and despair. 


     


     


    Call Miss Raina: 310-861-2341

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