SORT BY Relevancy
Black farmers like Michael Stovall and Ferrell Oden has been in and out of court suing the USDA for years.Thousands of discrimination complaints had been filed aganist the USDA by Black Farmers in America. The Independent Black Farmers are asking the " Justice Department to investigate the USDA. Many black farmers were denied loans to purchase farms and farm equipment.
Please join Host Antoinetet Harrell and her special guest Michael Stovall and Ferrell Oden for a discussion on the on going litigation.
Three weeks we had the pleasure of having the Town of Amite City, LA Councilman Jonathan Foster as a guest. Councilman Foster discussed some of the budget cuts that is affecting Tangipahoa Parish. The councilman promised to come back on Nurturing Our Roots BTR to speak to his constituents about the changes and how it will affect those who lives in Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana. Please join host Antoinette Harrell and her special guest.
Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Softball
#161: Michael Lotief, Head Coach, Ragin Cajuns, returns to TCRS. Earlier in 2015, Coach Lotief hit the 600 win mark. The 2015 Cajuns squad is led by one of nation's top batteries in Sr, Pitcher, Jordan Wallace and Jr, Catcher, Lexie Elkins. UL enters this weekend's Ragin' Cajuns Classic with a perfect (9-0) record after a quality win over North Carolina State and three quality wins over 2014 BIG Sky Conference Champion Idaho State. Lotief has led his teams to over 40 wins in every season, eight seasons with 50-or-more victories, and a school-record 60 wins in 2004. Under his guidance, the Cajuns have advanced to three Women’s College World Series (2003, 2008 & 2014), six NCAA Super Regionals and 12 NCAA regionals, including 2012 when the Cajuns hosted their first regional since before the three-round format was introduced. In his 12 seasons at the helm of the program, 12 players have gone on to garner NFCA All-American honors with four of those coming in the past two seasons, and 26 have earned NFCA All-Region accolades. Cajuns on Facebook, Cajuns on Twitter
Tonight we talk with a Awesome Group out of Louisiana There Brothers and they are well Respected in the Paranormal coummuity and they Know what Para-unity is and they show it as well as Respect for the living as the dead They have Big hearts and minds This is there First show and I am Honored to have them on my show for there First show.
Please go to the link below and give there awesome LIKE they are a awesome Group always posting things and staying up to date on there Like page that is https://www.facebook.com/grantparishghosthunters
Please Tune in on February 28th 2015 for this awesome show.. and share there Like page as well Para-unity
Join us for our Sunday worship Service from Holy Angel Parish in Niagara on the Lake Ontario.
Holy Angel's is a parish with the Community Catholic Church of Canada. We are an inclusive, progressive and affirming church in the Anglican/Catholic tradition. Please send along any prayer requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
Follow along with today's service
When the winds of Katrina began to die down, the flood waters began to rise. For St. Bernard Parish, the flooding was nearly absolute. 99% of the structures had been flooded and destroyed. In some places 25 feet of water lapped up upon the rooftops.
St Bernard Parish is the only county in the history of the United States to have been nearly completely destroyed.
As of the census of 2000, there were 67,229 people (an increase of 598 or 0.9% over the previous decade), 25,123 households, and 18,289 families residing in the parish. The population density was 145 people per square mile (56/km²). There were 26,790 housing units at an average density of 58 per square mile (22/km²).
After Katrina, with an entire population reeling from the destruction, many evacuated. Those that remained waited for the waters to subside and began the long process of re-building.
For perspective, as of the census of 2010, there are 35,897 people. The community is still re-building 10 years later.
During the storm, the St Bernard Parish Fire and Sherriff's Department deployed to aid the community as the flood waters rose and remained.
Chief Thomas Stone is our special guest.
Chief Stone recently told us, "So much has occurred with the recovery and rebuilding of our departments, such as building new stations, replacing our apparatus, hiring and training new firefighters. Our departments have been to hell and we’re not back yet. We had a mass departure of senior officers in the years after Katrina, threat of layoffs of firefighters and all the red tape trying to rebuild. We have not even replaced all of our equipment lost through the Public Assistance Project Worksheet program 9 ½ years later".
Please join us for what promises to be a fascinating show about perseverance, reality, hopes, and dreams.
Fred McCoy of Amite, Louisiana was a man who was determined to leave the cotton fields and farm life to teach in the classroom. Fred dropped out of school to go into the military, he served in the Korea War. After he was discharged from the service, he came back to Amite, La., and went back to school. He attended the Amite Color School in Amite, LA., It wasn't easy for him. He was ridiculed by his teachers for being the oldest student in the classroom. Mr. Martin, the school principal encouaged Fred to continue to get his education. He went to night school and got his GED, and went on to attend Southern University and majored in Social Studies. He taught at West Side Elementary, Big Zion and later became the Principal of Midway Elementary School in Natalbany, LA.,
Please join host Antoinette Harrell his lovely wife Vernia McCoy as she discuss the legacy of Fred McCoy.
Louisiana food is distinctive created from more than 300 years of food traditions that combines influences from Mexico to Africa, Europe and Native American cultures. Gumbo is a dish that combines two or more meats or seafood that combines influences from African, European and Native American cultures.
The name comes from the Bantu word for okra, a fiberous plant that is eaten in soups, stews, fried, sauteed and steamed.
Gumbo is also a perfect example of what makes Louisiana food unique and it tells a story of where you come from. Made with seafood, your from the coast. With meats like venisor or squirrel, your family has a history of hunters and living form the land. Gumbo is normally served with rice, but if you spoon it over potato salad, your heritage comes from Germany.
Join guest host Jim Picht along with Lousianians Bill and Laura Weatherford, all Louisianian foodies ready to talk Gumbo to King's Cake.
Paired explores the foods you love every Monday at 6:30pm EST. The CommDigiNews Hour are the daily shows from the writers of Communities Digital News where you can find every story you need to read.
Kyrian speaks with Rachel Thompson, Bobbi Parish and Athena Moberg, founders of the #nomoreshame project, trauma recovery for survivors of childhood sexual abuse.Rachel Thompson is the author of the award-winning Broken Pieces, Broken Places, and two humor books. She owns BadRedhead Media, creating effective social media for authors. She founded #MondayBlogs and #SexAbuseChat and is an advocate for sexual abuse survivors.Bobbi Parish is a trauma survivor, trauma recovery coach and therapist. Athena Moberg is also a trauma survivor. She shares hope through her blog and weekly live show on Google+, YouTube, and RokuTV.
Heroes of Katrina: Ten Years after: Bonnie Kaye: Our Children and Heroine
Tuesday, March 3rd at 8:00 pm, EST, 7:00 pm, CST, 6:00 pm, MST, and 5:00 pm, PST.
Or call in at:
Since Hurricane Katrina, the onslaught of heroine into St. Bernard Parish has increased to nearly epidemic proportions. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention indicated that in 2009, the drug induced death rate in Louisiana was higher than the national average. For the 2004 - 2008 time period, St. Bernard Parish in Louisiana had the 5th highest rate of drug poisoning deaths in the country, at 48 deaths per 100,000 population.
Our guest, Bonnie Kaye, lost her daughter to heroine. Bonnie’s grieving began years before her daughter Jennifer stuck a needle in her arm for one last high.
“My daughter was dying for a long period of time,” Kaye, an Oxford Circle resident, said recently. “You are dying for a long time before the actual death comes.”
Kaye shares the heartbreaking story of her daughter’s overdose death in 2002 with her new book Jennifer Needle in Her Arm: Healing from the Hell of My Daughter’s Addiction.
Writing is familiar territory for Kaye, a relationship counselor and author of eight books who also operates the Northeast GED Center, in Philadelphia. But that experience, as well as the passage of 12 years, didn’t make her latest book any easier to write.
Please join us for a compelling and emotional look at an American tragedy.
Jeff Singer of Daily Kos Elections joins to discuss politics in the Louisiana