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  • 00:33

    Genocide Ends 2Tay, Countering Genocide and Police Brutality

    in Current Events

    This episode is for family of young minorities who have been killed by police to organize and share resources to get justice in the legal system and publicize their cases.  We will create networks for family members, especially mothers who are of limited means to work with the media and find proper legal counsel

  • 00:15

    Armenian Genocide: Past, Present and Future

    in News

    This year marks the 100th annivery of the Armenian Genocide. It's a centennial celebration being held worldwide encouraging Turkey to admit to the genocide. I will be speaking on the history of the Armenian Genocide, what the centennial means and what is hoped to be accomplished in the future. Joining me on-air will be Dr. Ara Chalian. Dr. Chalian is a physician at The Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, the local leader of the Armenian National Committee of America and a member of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation of Philadelphia.

  • 00:29

    Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos

    in Culture

    Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos is part of (GRCAM) the Grass Roots Community Activist Movement which is an umbrella term which covers all of the social groups Mr. Emmanuel Barbee has created online since 1991. Emmanuel Barbee is trying to create a coalition based on his revised book “The Solution For Black America: Reclaiming, Rebuilding, And Restoring The Urban Ghettos In America” Second Edition. Help Stop The Genocide In American Ghettos is an online advocacy group to raise public awareness about the atrocities which is taken place in American ghettos or urban communities. Since Emmanuel lacks support from established black organizations in his city he decided to create social groups and promote his revised book in hopes to generating capital so that he can hire 30 qualified individuals to assist him in jump starting his organization in the murder capital of America Chicago.


    Since 2001, over 4,000 people has been murdered in Chicago alone and yet no black leader in his city has a plan on how to solve urban violence. For twenty three years Emmanuel vision to improve Urban America has been ignored this is why he decided to make his organization private so that he can focus on those who want to work with him and for those who want and need his services. Through his organization he hopes to form a coalition of religious leaders and human rights organizations in the United States to solve these social conditions one community, one city, and one state at a time. He will only focus on 25 cities within 25 states. The Grass Roots Community Activist Movement will create a more effective and collective voice by including local residents who are clients or members in the decision making process and who are dedicated in preventing violence.



     


     


     



     


     

  • 02:59

    The Armenian Genocide: 100 Years of Denial

    in Politics

    Friday, April 24, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the deportations in Western Turkey which resulted in the genocide of the Armenian people. Over the next nine months nearly 1.5 million men, women and children were either brutally murdered, starved to death or else  forced to march across a parched desert to their almost certain extinction, by Turkish gendarmes and  their accomplices at the behest of the Turkish government.  This event, one of the greatest tragedies of the 20th Century, has been recalled in countless books , articles and documentaries and its veracity is without question.  Yet to this day, the Turkish government refuses to recognize this massive human rights crime, let alone apologize for it and most world governments have stonewalled any attempt to build a universal recognition of the events of those months.  This conference will seek to investigate the motivations behind the genocide, the extent of the massacres and the reasons the world has largely failed the memory of the innocent victims.

  • 00:20

    Unconditional Love and The Armenian Genocide

    in Spirituality

    Lifting the Pain of the Past - An Angelic Clearing of Ancestral Harm (Genocide, War, Slavery & Dislocation)


    Sherman Oaks, CA
    Saturday, May 2nd from 1pm to 2:30pm at Aum and Garden - $10


    In this ten step process, you will:
    - Establish a safe space to work in with Archangel Michael.
    - Individualize your energy.
    - Honor your ancestor's experience. Honor your experience.
    - Acknowledge the impact of the past on your present life.
    - Move that energy out of your body, using safe and powerful techniques.
    - Forgive everyone involved (victims, perpetrators, witnesses & survivors).
    - Clear every part of your being (body, mind, spirit and emotions).
    - Create a new foundation of peace, wholeness, wellness and love.
    - Listen to your angels and ancestors.
    - Gratefully pave the way for an empowered future.


    Instantly download mp3's at www.markmezadourian.com
    Facebook page: Mark Mezadourian - Angelic Infusions
    Twitter: @markmezadourian
    Instagram: http://instagram.com/markmezadourian


     

  • 00:26

    Teaching about the power of oneness Prophetess Venessa Strong

    in Spirituality

    Teaching about oneness with Prophetess Venessa Strong

  • 02:55

    2015-05-04 Elementary Genocide: School to Prison Pipeline

    in Politics

    Elementary Genocide DVD


    TRAILER: Elementary Genocide 2: The Board of Education vs The Board of Incarceration


    We will be interviewing the creator of the powerful and controversial documentary entitled, "Elementary Genocide: The School to Prison Pipeline" Rahiem Shabazz.  This Brother is creating powerful productions to help engineer our people away from genocide's doorstep.  One of our first steps on the road to freedom and independence is to save our children from the clutches of the school-to-prison pipeline


    Book a screening for your Non-Profit, College or University


    If your interest in organizing a screening of ELEMENTARY GENOCIDE, there are several options for organizing a private screening of our film; you can bring it to a movie theater near you, to your local school or university, or to any other private venue of your choosing.


    At this time, we are accepting screening requests, however certain restrictions apply. Please inbox Rahiem.Shabazz@Gmail.com for pricing and availability if you would like Mr. Shabazz to come out to speak.

  • 00:32

    Genocide: Stolen Generation !s

    in Radio

    Theme {The Past, The Present, The Promise & What must be done }


    Topic : Genocide: A Stolen Generation


    Key Points}



    Is Technology Affecting Your Relationship
     Social media may literally change our genes.
    Is Social media accelerates our relationships.
    Online dating actually delays “
    IsTechnology mobilizes the LGBT community.
    Is Technology is changing the way we mourn
    Has technology caused you to miss work or appointment ?
    Is your circle of friends on FB
    Do you text while with family
    If you forget your phone do you go home to locate it ?
    Do you panic when you can't find your phone 
    Is it hard for you to sit quiet
    when not using phone, do you notice yourself shaking your leg Or other parts of your body ?

  • 00:34

    All About Town Television Special!!

    in Entertainment

    This is an All About Town Television Special! In honor of actress Ann B. Davis' birthday which would have been today. We are presenting a special broadcast of TV Talk with RL Demri. This particular show was about Ann B. Davis who portrayed Alice Nelson on the classic American sitcom The Brady Bunch. The Brady Bunch ran for 6 seasons on ABC from 1969-1974. Alice was the quintessential housekeeper of her time. She had to tidy up the house of a then uncommon blended family with a total of 6 children. 

  • 00:14

    Milling About with Kevin Pollak

    in Entertainment

    Kevin Pollak joins host Robin Milling at the Tribeca Film Festival, now in it's 14th year to discuss his film Misery Loves Comedy. Kevin wrote and directed this insightful documentary about what goes on behind the laughter and what drives today's hottest comedians to get up in front of a roomful of strangers to be the center of attention and tell jokes. Kevin was ultimately curious about the type of person who suffers from 'hey look at me syndrome devoted to acceptance and appreciation.'


    He tells Robin he began with a very strict shooting schedule which allowed for a commitment from comedians; most of them his friends such as Jimmy Fallon, Amy Schumer, Christopher Guest, Janeane Garofalo, Bob Saget, Lisa Kudrow, Tom Hanks, Kevin Nealon, and Larry David; to name a few. By the end he had over 60 but one that was sorely missed is the late Robin Williams, a mentor and close friend to Kevin, who unfortunately was not available during the locked-in time. Kevin says they had hour-long conversations which made up for his absence, and when he passed while he was editing the film it was a 'no brainer' to dedicate the film to him in his memory. “It was frustrating for both of us. He wanted me to know how much he wanted to be in the film, how much it meant to him that I was doing this and spoke a great deal about his own journey and misery and happiness and life. All of those things that long-time friends talk about.”


    Kevin keeps very busy with his own podcast, Kevin Pollak Chat Show, and has no immediate plans to join his friend Larry David on the Broadway stage in A Fish In the Dark. He tells Robin, “I'm happy for Larry's now historical Broadway success but that is the last thing I want to do!”

  • 02:01

    Genocide Awareness Project At Fayetville

    in Moms and Family

     Fayetteville State college was the place for the Genocide Awareness project that pictorially displays aborted children to passing students for debate and conversation. 52% of all African American pregnancies end in Abortion. 1786 African American children are killed each day by abortion and sad but true the Black leadership prospers from the monies allotted to them for complicity by Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry. We will look at the results of Fayetteville today on the Know What you Believe show.