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Unmasked Heart by Vanessa Riley
Shy, nearsighted caregiver, Gaia Telfair always wondered why her father treated her a little differently than her siblings, but she never guessed she couldn't claim his love because of a family secret, her illicit birth. With everything she knows to be true evaporating before her spectacles, can the mulatto passing for white survive being exposed and shunned by the powerful duke who has taken an interest in her?
Glimmer in the Darkness by Nicole Hampton
For Shannon Johnson, full-time wife, mom and freelance writer, life as she knew it changed one spring afternoon with the ringing of her doorbell. On the other side stood Vaneetra James, former mistress of Shannon’s husband, Daniel. With two sons, Shannon resisted the urge to leave Daniel in order to keep her family intact. However, she refused to deal with the issues resulting from Daniel’s extramarital affair.
When Shannon thought her life couldn’t get any worse, a tragic turn of events in Vaneetra’s life turned Shannon’s already fractured world upside down, sending her marriage into an even deeper peril.
Feeling desperate and trapped, Shannon made a series of rash decisions that landed her in the arms of another man, bringing her already fragile world crashing downward. Having to come to grips with the reality that the man she once thought was extraordinary was just ordinary, she had to trudge the road of forgiveness, while learning to love again and accept what she never imagined could ever exist.
SPORTS TALK WITH A TON OF GREAT GUESTS AND LAUGHS
in Self Help
Listen and Learn as Bro. Jesse Muhhamad staff writer for Final Call newspaper updates us on the recent hanging death of a young man in Mississippi
...The body of Mr. Carter, 26, was found Dec. 3 hanging from an oak tree. ALSO LISTEN and LEARN from Sis. Lynette Taylor about how on December 9, 2010, thousands of Georgia prisoners refused to work, stopped all other activities and locked down in their cells in a peaceful protest for their human rights. The December 9 Strike became the biggest prisoner protest in the history of the United States.
Thousands of men, from Augusta, Baldwin, Hancock, Hays, Macon, Smith and Telfair State Prisons, among others, initiated this strike to press the Georgia Department of Corrections (“DOC”) to stop treating them like animals and slaves and institute programs that address their basic human rights.
SPECIAL EDITION: NU DAY RESURRECTION AND LIBERATION" TONIGHT DECEMBER 19, 2010 8:00 PM EST
THE CHAT ROOM WILL BE OPEN FOR YOUR COMMENTS
Hear LIVE ELAINE BROWN who will provide insight, a special report, and updates on the GA Prison Strike/Protest
Historic Prison Strike in Georgia-Blacked out By Media and Guards are reported to have committed Violence against inmates
Former Black Panther Party chair Elaine Brown has been on the case keeping everyone up to speed on this historic Prison Strike in GA.. December 9, 2010, thousands of Georgia prisoners refused to work, stopped all other activities and locked down in their cells in a peaceful protest for their human rights. The December 9 Strike became the biggest prisoner protest in the history of the United States. Thousands of men, from Augusta, Baldwin, Hancock, Hays, Macon, Smith and Telfair State Prisons, among others, initiated this strike to press the Georgia Department of Corrections (“DOC”) to stop treating them like animals and slaves and institute programs that address their basic human rights. Despite that the prisoners’ protest remained non-violent, the DOC violently attempted to force the men back to work—claiming it was “lawful” to order prisoners to work without pay, in defiance of the 13th Amendment’s abolition of slavery.
One prison inmate leader stated: “…Brothers, we have accomplished a major step in our struggle…We must continue what we have started…The only way to achieve our goals is to continue with our peaceful sit-down…I ask each and every one of my Brothers in this struggle to continue the fight. ON MONDAY MORNING, WHEN THE DOORS OPEN, CLOSE THEM. DO NOT GO TO WORK. They cannot do anything to us that they haven’t already done at one time or another. Brothers, DON’T GIVE UP NOW. Make them come to the table. Be strong.
(1). HollaYo will talk about Coney Island Gospel Assembly's (CIGA) new program initiative for young Coney Island boys, ages 6-21 - where Stephon Marbury and Sebastian Telfair are expected to serve as Board members.
(1). HollaYo will talk about Self Bank Financial's new system "Self Bank Mobile," which will launch early January 2009.
(1). Ron Rondon will give us an update on sports.
NBA star Sebastian Telfair of Minnesota Timberwolves sister terry from Terry Event Planning will give away a $500.00 gift basket for Mother's Day.
(1). Update on Swine Flu.
(2). 50 day suspension of Mannny Ramirez.
(3). Obama expresses regrets over Afghan civilian deaths.
(4). Bush attorneys who wrote terror memo face backlash.
(5). Madoff's secretary says his silence is protecting others.
(6). Investigators explore leads to Cali abducted boy.
(7). Clayton i-house is giant leap from trailer park.
(1). Get paid cash when you pay your bills and shop using your cell phone. Nonprofit incentives included. For details go to http://www.selfbankmobile.com/kljb.
(2). get a free copy of my book Grants, Funding, and Bonuses at, http://www.freewebs.com/grantsfundingsandbonuses.
(3). Follow me and stay updated at, http://www.twitter.com/kljbure.
(4). Please sign the petition and help stop the unjust execution of Troy A. Davis; and support prison reforms in America at, http://change.org/profiles/kljburke.
Art and Entertainment:
(1). Update on Dancing With The Stars, and American Idol.
(1). Ron takes us into the sports world.
HollaYo will conduct an exclusive two-hour interview with mr. Jamel Thomas, author and international professional basketball player.
Our Discussion will include:
1. Jamel's life growing up without his biological mother, whom he lost to a bloody murder at the age of 4 years old.
2. Living with his parents Erika and Otis Telfair, mother sister and brother in law.
3. Blood Bath...life inside and outside of Coney Island for Jamel.
4. Abraham Lincoln High School.
5. Life with the Bavoman's .
6. Providence College.
7. The 1999 NBA Draft.
8. Life Overseas.
9. Loosing Mr. Lou.