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Let's take another look at race relations. Has it improved? Has it gotten worse? Michael Brown, another young black man gets shot, ironically by a white police officer. Riots ensue. Protests begin. Football players from the St. Louis Rams pay tribute to Michael Brown with the "Hands up" gesture during a game. Should they be fined? Are relations between the races improving or not. We'll ask you to weight in. Are we respecting each other? And not just black or white. Red, white, black, brown. Everyone. Because racial tensions happen no matter what color, creed or nationality you are.
Racial Tensions. This week. "On-Air".
This episode of Pneumatikos will explore the concrete tensions of discipleship. The divided heart cannot experience the deep things of discipleship because its ultimate concern is the self. The merely religious heart cannot experience the deep things of discipleship because it is dimmed by dogmatic concerns. The one who has crucified the flesh its voracious appetites is the only one who can know the deep things of discipleship. Few may enter into the intrinsic mystery of suffering with Christ.
Tonight is the debut of "Piqued Interest" with Javan The Man on "It's Real Talk Radio". Javan The Man's goal is to touch on political issues, worldwide news, and other controversial topics. Call in or listen online (and bring a relative or friend while you're added) because there will be plenty to discuss and debate when you listen to "Piqued Interest"! Also be sure to have a pen and paper or digital notepad ready as there will be some very resourceful information given. "Piqued Interest", Javan The Man, "It's Real Talk Radio"! This is where you want to be every Friday night at 9PM EST.
Award winning Director and Co-writter of the Award Winning Movie, White God, Kornel Mundruczo join's us this week.
Winner of the Prize Un Certain Regard Award at this year’s Cannes Festival, Kornel Mundruczo’s newest film is a story of the indignities visited upon animals by their supposed “human superiors,” but it’s also an brutal, beautiful metaphor for the political and cultural tensions sweeping contemporary Europe. When young Lili is forced to give up her beloved dog Hagen, because it's mixed-breed heritage is deemed 'unfit' by The State, she and the dog begin a dangerous journey back towards each other. At the same time, all the unwanted, unloved and so-called 'unfit' dogs rise up under a new leader, Hagen, the one-time housepet who has learned all too well from his 'Masters' in his journey through the streets and animal control centers how to bite the hands that beats him …
“FIERCE AND BEAUTIFUL. Extraordinarily choreographed.” – Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
"REMARKABLE AND RIVETING. This surprising movie is perhaps the most memorable of all the films I saw at this year's Cannes Film Festival. It's haunting, and quite extraordinary." - Pete Hammond, Deadline Hollywood
"Emotionally rousing and technically masterful." – Guy Lodge, Variety
“A triumphantly idiosyncratic film with smarts and visceral impact in equal measure.” – Jessica Kiang, The Playlist on Indiewire
“A potent metaphor for everything from immigration to the abuse of power, with it’s striking finale serving as stark warning about our own arrogant belief that we’ll always be at the top of the food chain.” – Alistair Harnkess, The Scotsman
Program Summary March 16, 2015
Hear Rep. Bill Otto and "the Lineball Sisters" discuss during the 2nd hour all manner of Kansas small town life after these news stories.
Counterspin (30 min.)
Description: This week on CounterSpin: USA Today had one headline, "50 Years Later, Selma Still Inspires," paired with another reading: "Why Ferguson Reports Changed No One's Mind." Somewhere in there is a way for the media to talk about the fight over voting rights and black people's access to basics of democracy as an ongoing story, not just a historical one. We'll talk about voting rights--then and now--with Deborah Vagins, senior legislative counsel at the ACLU's Washington Legislative Office.
Free Speech Radio News (30 min.)
Shooting of two police in Ferguson comes amidst wave of resignations
CIA Director announces major restructuring of the intelligence agency
U.S. sanctions against Venezuela kick off a new round of diplomatic tensions
From anarchists to bankers, Greece’s SYRIZA-led government digs in
New party could be a ‘game-changer’ in Israeli elections
Nigerians flee to Cameroon despite cross-border attacks by Boko Haram
India’s ruling party moves to roll back protections for farmers facing land expropriation
The Iluminati has turned on the CERN on this Friday 13th, and the world prepares for the collison of the protons and the "Gates of Hell" to open. Also 4 major cyclones including a Category 5 Pam has hit Vanuatu with apocalyptic winds and rain and floods. Also Russian President Vladimir Putin has not been seen in public in days causing rumors that he may be sick or dead. Earthquakes, Solar Flares, train crashes and much more is taking place all over the world. Tensions are high in Ferguson, Missouri as 2 Policemen have been shot and the shooter is still at large. These events and much more along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
When a dangerous run-in with a coven of vengeful witches forces Rebekah to align with Marcel, they quickly discover that the body Rebekah is currently inhabiting has a checkered past. Upon learning that Rebekah is in danger, Elijah seeks out a respected elder witch, Josephine, in the hopes she might offer her assistance. Meanwhile, tensions build when Klaus clashes with Hayley and Jackson over how best to protect baby Hope from Finn. A confrontation with Freya leaves Elijah and Klaus questioning whether they can trust their long-lost sister.
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One of 5 Certified Emotion Code Practitioners in Georgia, Dr. Idara Bassey is an intellectual powerhouse. Listen as we discuss her stunning transformation from lawyer to spiritual healer. This exchange spans several topics including managing emotional blockages, coping with self-responsibility, and overcoming racial tensions. Learn how we all can transmute negative experiences into healthy inspiration!
America has been fighting itself from within for generations but never so much as in 2014 with the Michael Brown death and increased racial tensions and hostilities that it generated.
Race baiting played an immeasurable role in creating this and perhaps celebrated columnist, author and social policy consultant Star Parker’s book ‘Blind Conceit’ will help to save America from this racial polarization that threatens the nation’s historic melting pot.
Join guest Star Parker head of the Center for Urban Renewal and Education, noted syndicated columnist and author discussing how the liberal progressive social justice lie of the left has gripped America’s poor and minority communities for over 50 years.
Also, John Pisciotta of Pro-Life Waco and Hometown Pro-Life Action will be discussing why pro-life and religious rights efforts are under assault in America and what is being done to fight back and how they are making a difference.
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Join us as we celebrate the 28 Black films that everyone must see for Black History Month at 8pm (EST) 5pm (PST) LIVE nightly. Each is a must-see as it reflects the real life circumstances that many black people have experienced or can relate to. Watch as these films represent a community with a rich and significant contribution to the world. These movies are in no particular order. Don't see a particular movie on the list? Email us: TheFinalWordPodcast@yahoo.com
1989's "Do The Right Thing" tells the tale of Salvatore "Sal" Fragione (Danny Aiello) is the Italian owner of a pizzeria in Brooklyn. A neighborhood local, Buggin' Out (Giancarlo Esposito), becomes upset when he sees that the pizzeria's Wall of Fame exhibits only Italian actors. Buggin' Out believes a pizzeria in a black neighborhood should showcase black actors, but Sal disagrees. The wall becomes a symbol of racism and hate to Buggin' Out and to other people in the neighborhood, and tensions rise. The movie tells the story of a neighborhood's simmering racial tension, which comes to a head and culminates in tragedy on the hottest day of summer.
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