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Tonight, the second half of AFRICAN AMERICAN TALK RADIO will feature the music of two young African-American men who are changing the music/media game with POWERFUL messages of HOPE and POSITIVITY to reach youth and young adults.
Dre Hilton ( National Children's Music Artist/Motivational Speaker) will discuss his most recent release-- "Yes I Can" and his upcoming show "Little People, Big Dreams," which was created to reinforce the message to youth of all ages that they can do and be ANYTHING they want. Tonight, listeners will hear the upbeat and fun melodies of this music producer, songwriter and singer who travels to schools, daycares, ministries, etc... to share his powerful message filled music with youth everywhere!
YAYA JONEZ, a young BRIDGE MUSIC artist with a message of "HOPE" in his music. He and William Humphrey will discuss YaYa's music and how he overcame challenges and obstacles. Hear music from his release, "The Bridge: Where the Church and the Streets Meet." YaYa's transparency allows him to identify with today's youth while encouraging them and sharing an alternative message of HOPE, GRACE and GOD's LOVE.
Tonight host Michael Bates Sr. "The Business Bishop" and co-host Chea K. Woolfolk will discuss FAITH, FINANCE and THE BLACK CHURCH with special guests:
Rev. Adrian & First Lady Andria Hendricks (Pastors of The Joshua House Church- Jefferson City, MO)
Bishop Donald & Pastor Laura Hawkins (Life Changing Christian Fellowship)
Pastor Kenny & Lady Terri Smith (Kenny Smith Ministries, Houston, TX)
Bishop Oscar & First Lady Loretta Davis (The Word Church of Vicksburg, MS).
During the second half, special guests will be:
Dre Hilton ( National Children's Music Artist/Motivational Speaker) discussing his most recent releases-- "Yes I Can" and "Little People, Big Dreams."
YAYA JONEZ, a young gospel recording artist with a message of "HOPE" in his music. He will discuss his music and how he overcame challenges and obstacles.
WHYT Radio's Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles are attended by "Bugsy" Lawlor and Win Morrow in opening the Thursday, January 28th broadcast day @ 10am EST. This week's discussion will focus on what happens to design, technology, mechanically, branding, etc.—when a car company is acquired by a foreign company, such as the Swedish car manufacturer, Volvo, which, after almost a century of Swedish manufacture, is now owned by Zhejiang Geely Holding Group of China. And our car for today, the Range Rover, acquired by the Indian company, Tata, after a history of almost a century and a half, that dates back to 1878 in England. This week's car review is the 2016 Range Rover
Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas attends thereafter at 10:30am speaking to Mother Nature's major winter storm that dropped over two feet of snow and how DPW and the mayor contended with the challenge, among other concerns.
NYS Assemblymember Shelley Mayer attends the show at 11am in telling the latest efforts to gain funding from the state to address the needs of the Yonkers Public School District, the expired brownfield fund program, the Gap Elimination Adjustment formula, and the Governor's fiscal investment formula toward infrastructure investment as a vehicle for growth.
John Bailey, White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher discusses the continuing FASNY development project at 11:30am EST.
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On this episode Big and Beefy ay good bye to 2015 and say hello to 2016
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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. We open with a conversation with Ramona Africa, MOVE Minister of Communication, Political Prisoner (7 yrs.), and the only adult survivor (11 killed, 5 children) of the bombing of the house on 62nd and Osage Avenue in West Philadelphia 30 years ago, May 13, 1985. We are speaking about the earlier incarceration of nine MOVE members who have served their sentences. Why are they still behind bars? See http://www.freemumia.com/2011/08/help-free-the-move-9/ and https://www.facebook.com/Free-the-MOVE-9-435412386474163/ and http://www.npr.org/sections/codeswitch/2015/05/13/406243272/im-from-philly-30-years-later-im-still-trying-to-make-sense-of-the-move-bombing
2. We are joined by Sister Yaya & Brother Kwalin, to talk about Warrior Queen, Dr. Frances Cress Welsing who made her transition Monday, Jan. 4. She was 80.
3. Sharon Scott as "Mahalia Jackson:Just As I Am." http://www.cinnabartheater.org/mahaliajackson/
4. We close with Nina Causey, singer, songwriter, actress re: National Human Trafficking Month @ Black Rep 1/10 @ 3 p.m. & 1/11 @ 7 p.m. (510) 652-2120 www.ninacausey.com
in Visual Arts
Jennifer Andrea “YAYA” Porras- Holds a B.A. in Theater/Dance Arts from CSU- Sacramento. During her studies, she was a cultural ambassador, arts educator and performing artist, in China, Mexico, Africa, and Cuba and throughout the American South West. A multi-talented artist who has received Fellowships from Teatro Campesino, the National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC), was a youth mentor and video documenter for the Center for African Peace Conflict Resolution;
Porras has long been inspiring thoughtfulness around civil justice through dance, song, theater and education. She shared stories from a life of activism, which she has passed on to her young son. Porras is the art center manager for the Taller Arte del Nuevo Amanecer in Woodland.
On Nov. 19, four artists from Northern California and beyond presented their work and stories of activism at the Crocker Art Museum’s second Art Beyond Fear panel discussion. The artists who took to the stage represented diverse backgrounds ethnically and professionally, showing how activist art can be woven into our society’s most important conversations through various channels. Dance, education, spoken word, theater, public political actions and painting were the avenues these artists have used to unite communities in hopes of a better future.
Art and Activism " TACTICAL URBANISM"- projects that engage the public.
Tactical urbanism is an umbrella term used to describe a collection of low-cost, temporary changes to the built environment, usually in cities, intended to improve local neighbourhoods and city gathering places. Join us while YAYA talks about projects that she has been involved of the past decade.
Tonight at 8PM EST Candelo's Corner will feature a live interview with a personal friend of mine: Tata Manuel Congo, inventor of the Lucumi Tarot and initiated Ajarn, Freemason, Kimbisero, Kimbandero, Hougan and Gnostic Bishop.
An expert on Italian witchcraft and noted enthologist and anthropologist, Manuel has spent decades traveling to the far reaches of the globe in search of the knowledge of secret societies and tribal sorcery. From Tibet to Thailand to Togo, there's almost nowhere he hasn't been!
Manuel will be calling in from Europe tonight to describe a bit about what he has learned and if we are lucky, maybe even do a few readings... keep your fingers crossed!
in Self Help
When we're kids, the holidays usually represent joy and wonder, excitement and extra activity. Not for all, but for many of us. For other less fortunate kids, the desire for those emotions is there.
As an adult survivor of brain injury and the caregivers, while the wish we could still feel that way, the truth is, the tightrope can be very thin. Sometimes as hard we try, the positive emotions can give way to overwhelming, stressful, and depressive feelings. How can we achieve a balance, or can we? How do we makea tricky situation more tolerable and happy for everyone?
Special guests with a special request will be stopping by. Wendy "Yaya", her daughter Melissa and her two sons Dillon (12) and Tyler (10). They both have a terminal illness. With surgeries and proper medical care they can be expected to live into their 20s. After they were diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and are the 2015 NE MDA Ambassadors. Their house burned down in CO. They returned to Omaha and are now both confined to wheelchairs. In the brutal climate of the midwest, a critical need has come up and we hope you can help. See www.gofundme.com/whafuw48 Or if you prefer Wells Fargo Omaha has an account set up called DillonTylerVan, which you can send a donation to. Check with your own Wells Fargo about getting the deposit made to Account number 5089869753.
After hearing my guests, I think you'll find Thanks and Giving easier to achieve, and hopefully help in the spirit of Thanksgiving.
Mr Yogi Sriram has 38 years of experience in the Human Resources Development function, out of which over 23 years are in Leading Human Resources teams in companies of major significance. Currently, heading HR for Larsen & Toubro group of companies, he was earlier associated with Asea Brown Boveri Limited, BP and the Taj Group (Tata). His areas of interest are succession planning, career sculpting, team coaching, talent management and change management, having successfully contributed to the architecture and execution in these areas in leadership roles, in very large and diverse organizations.
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