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  • 01:05

    Drug abuse in the Muslim community

    in Islam

    Imam Nadim Ali, will educate and inform our listeners of the Drug use, Drug abuse and Drug addiction that plagues the Muslim Communities

  • 00:31

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with NiQue!

    in Entertainment

    The “Siren” is what she has been classically known as, once your ears have had an experience with her voice, and your vision set on her perfectly Asian-Almond shaped eyes, matched with the most captivating smile known to mankind; you too will come to know Urban Rock R&B Artist; NiQue. Emerging from Washington, DC -P.G. County Maryland, NiQue embodies a soulful defiance to industry stereotypes, and has been able to do effortlessly… blend the edginess of rock, with the smooth and soulful sounds of R&B. NiQue is determined to make music that inspires, challenges, provokes and stirs the soul. 

  • 00:30

    Urban Teen Magazine Celebrity Interview with Travis Miller!

    in Entertainment

    Travis Miller is a critically acclaimed Pop/RnB Top 40 style singer-songwriter, musical artist and performer from San Jose, CA now residing in Fresno, CA. He has been featured on TV, the front page of Yahoo and more. His music has been played on radio stations all over the nation such as B95 and on 2RDJ-FM's Stars Of Tomorrow in Australia. 

  • 00:24

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with Jordan York!

    in Entertainment

    Jordan York's unparalleled energy on stage as well as his unique sound and clean-cut image has helped him stand out from the crowd. He has evolved from a joke cracking rapper to a polished artist and entertainer who is driven to succeed in an industry where it is easy to lose focus and forget where you came. His music is being spun in nightclubs across the city as well as at college parties throughout Western Pennsylvania. Jordan York's sound and swagger is something to be remembered

  • 00:26

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Interview with E-Rilla!

    in Entertainment

    E. Rilla is an Independent South Carolina artist.  He has recently performed 20+ shows this year across South Carolina, Georgia, and North Carolina with the likes of Pastor Troy, Lil Wyte, Jelly Roll, Blind Fury, Haystak, FK, BTColumbia, Dr.iLL, P-Nyce & more.


     


    He is currently sponsored by VLADO FOOTWEAR and has his own radio station E. Rilla Radio on Pandora Radio.  He also has his own mixtape "The Takeoff" featured on MyMixtapes and had performed dozens of shows in various states for "The Takeoff" tour.

  • THE COMMUNITY ON ABUSE AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON OPWR

    in Relationships

    PLEASE JOIN HOST DR. ALFIE WINES AND YOURS TRULY JUSTICE CLARKE AS WE DISCUSS THE ASPECTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ABUSE AND HOW IT RELATES TO EACH GENDER AND THE VARIOUS EFFECTS THAT THIS SYNDROME HAS ON BOTH MEN AND WOMEN.
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  • 00:34

    Urban Teen Magazine's Celebrity Re-Air Interview with D. Woods!

    in Entertainment

    D. Woods was born in Anaheim California, relocating to in Springfield Massachusetts, where she grew up. D. first developed her love for the arts while performing in dance and regional theater productions. As a teenager she relocated to Atlanta, GA where she attended the renowned Tri-Cities High School for Visual and Performing Arts.


    There she studied modern contemporary dance, ballet, West African and Hip- Hop dance styles. While still in high school she performed with the Freddie Hendricks Youth Ensemble of Atlanta with whom she performed across the U.S and overseas including West and South Africa. Her education also included the prestigious Alvin Ailey School and New York University where she studied abroad in Havana, Cuba.

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1126

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Penny Booth-Johnson from St Croix Falls, Wisconsin, a survivor and activist who's joining us for the first time. Among other things, she's been involved in "Million March Against Child Abuse," a Nationwide effort to bring voices together in making an impact, being a voice for our children. Penny explains, "My memories go back as far as probably before I was 2, being picked up and thrown into canning jars. I have enough scars on my head and you could draw a road map across country on my scalp." She goes on, "My mother was the abuser. Everyone knew, but no one stood up. Years of her abuse had taken a toll on not only my body but my mind." For a number of years, Penny had been what she calls "a keyboard advocate" sharing very little of herself and hiding behind a computer screen. Recovering from a stroke and news of a brain tumor got her into action. "I knew I had to do something, and determined I was going to become an advocate that was no longer going to hide behind my screen. In September of 2013, I contacted "Million March Against Child Abuse" and became a Lead Coordinator for St. Croix Falls WI, and held my first Walk against Child Abuse April 5th 2014." She concludes, "I'm ready to tell my story. Yesterday I lived in shame of my scars. Today I soar past them to tell other peoples stories, to be a voice. I thank you for this opportunity, and I only pray that when I have the opportunity to tell MY story it will help others come forwards and erase the stigma of shame and we can continue to grow for our future generation."

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1127

    in Self Help

    Q & A Night - You'll suggest the themes for tonight's show, which will involve any topic from the world of public safety, violence prevention, and child abuse and trauma. Special co-host Dr. Debra Warner, Psy.D., a Los Angeles based Forensic Psychologist will lead the discussion. ~~ NAASCA is pleased to announce that Debra will be making regular special co-host appearances on upcoming Tuesday night question-and-answer style community participation shows. An educator and violence prevention expert, Dr. Warner will assist SCAN host and NAASCA founder Bill Murray field questions and lead a variety of topic discussions suggested by our call-in participants. Debra's understanding of the issues of child abuse and trauma spring not only from a professional perspective, but also from a personal one. Multiple members of her own family have been victims of predators. She'll share how she's participated in their struggle with surviving and thriving. ~~ Everyone's invited to engage on tonight's show .. on the phone or in SCAN's ever-present community chat room. ~~ Please visit our website: www.NAASCA.org

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  • 01:30

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1125

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Amber (O'Neill) Thornton from Albany, New York, a child abuse survivor and activist who's putting together "A Well Kept Secret," a book of anonymous survivor stories meant to raise awareness about child abuse. She says, "I was abused sexually, physically, and emotional by my father. My first memory of it was at five years old. I turned him in at 11 years old. I've been in counseling on and off and had a brief stay in Four Winds. I am currently in school for criminal justice, working from home for a family law attorney, caring for my two boys, and working on this book. The goal of the book is to wake a lot of people up to the fact that very little is being done to protect children from abuse. I have been in and out of family court fighting for custody of my six year old." Because of her experience she has a mission, "My goal is to write a book that will make people aware of what children go through. People don't seem to realize how little is actually done when abuse is reported. I was abused for 9 years of my childhood. Child protective services expects to be able to tell in one visit whether or not a child is in a safe home. They were in my home multiple times and left me with a monster. Currently I am locating other survivors to interview about their experiences and their thoughts and feelings as they went through them." She goes on, ""I can't change the world if no one reads the book but I truly want to do this right and reach as many people as possible." Survivors who are willing to share their story anonymously can reach her at alynnrichardson1988@gmail.com