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The president hasn’t done a great job of reaching out. It’s not his personality style,” Coburn said. “He’s not well-suited to be a back slapper, sit down and let me tell you this dirty story before we get down to business. I mean, he’s not one of those kinds of guys. He’s a serious guy.”Politico
The hospital number of Jerry Pippin is 918-744-2345
Tom Rasch has been on our show several times with news of his projects! He is BACK and this time he has HUGE news!
The comic book series “BLACK ALPHA” (published in USA Today) has been officially optioned by Hollywood production company Popart Film Factory, and branding Guru Tim Elwell (Star Trek) who plan to develop the comic as an animated television series, mobile app, and video game.
The deal was overseen by producer Daniel Zirilli, who has produced music videos for the Rolling Stones and Oscar-winners Three 6 Mafia, as well as 35 feature-length films with talent such as Morgan Freeman and Dave Batista of "Guardians of the Galaxy”. Zirilli also represents the estate of legendary western author Zane Grey. Zirilli brought in Tim Elwell ( who was extensively involved in the Star Trek franchise during his time as Paramount Picture's Executive Director of International Licensing and Marketing).
Created by former Marvel Comics artist Tom Rasch and penned by screenwriter Adam Volk (repped by MindFrame Management), "Black Alpha" has been described as "Batman meets Star Wars".
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What do moonshine, motorbikes, misteltoe, and mountain mystery mail have to do with funerals, folklore, feline detectives, singing hounds, and secret blueberry patches? Nothing. That is until our hero and narrator, the ultimate fish-out-of-water, British folklorist, Dr. Tom Watson, finds himself doing post doctoral research in Appalachian Virginia. At first appalled by the absurdity of the language and lifestyle of the simple mountain community of Caney Forks, Dr. Watson falls in with and under the spell of beautiful mountain conjure woman and private detective, Shirley Combs and her feline companion, “Whassup?” Together they set out to solve the little mysteries of Caney Forks as this “Dr. Watson” learns to respect mountain wisdom and culture. Part farce, part detective story, part anthropological dive into the folkways of a culture and way of life that is slipping away, The Curious Case of the Conjure Woman is a wild ride.
Jerry Piell is an author and art dealer from England.
Please join us Sunday 10AM CST/11AM EST as we discuss negative, racist black stereotypes and the people who perpetuate them.
We will discuss the brilliant article written by Raina in depth.
Why is it acceptable in the secular community when negative stereotypes and caricatures of the black community (religious and otherwise) are presented to them?
Is it acceptable if black atheists perpetuate the stereotypes while attempting to pathologize the community that they claim that they want to help?
Is speaking at all white conferences considered activism nowadays?
Are black atheists silence on issues of racism, social justice, sexism, etc. being purchased with the promises of speaking engagements, etc.?
This and more on Sunday.
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Christopher R. Whalen is a national speaker on parenting and family financial issues. He is available to speak for your group. Christoper is a Certified Public Accountant and owns and manages his own accounting and consulting firm in New Jersey. He specializes in family financial matters and works with collaborative legal teams towards peaceful divorce resolutions. His volunteer work includes mentoring fathers, prisoner reentry programs and mentoring at risk youth. He lives in New Jersey with his three daughters.
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This week on a special episode of Black Geek Movie Talk we welcome back some special guests to discuss the 3rd - and final - installment in Peter Jackson's re-telling of Tolkien's "The Hobbit". Overbloated nonsense or masterful fantasy storytelling, we'll let you know in this mega geek episode of Black Geek Movie Talk.
Nicole Murray is a creative writer by passion, training, and profession. She is a Columbia College graduate with a degree in Fiction Writing and Marketing. Nicole’s dual Gemini personality helps her pursue creative writing as a personal profession.Nicole explores the creative landscape of the mind to craft fiction out of real emotion. She currently writes short stories, novels, poems, and screen plays. Autumn’s Child is her first novel.
About The Book
"I am hurting. Fractured in places stitches can't heal." Autumn’s Child tells the desperate story of Layla, as a young and naive twelve year-old girl. Over ten critical years, her life quickly changes like the colors of the trees in autumn. The accidental death of her parents forces her to abandon her religious, middle-class lifestyle. She moves to the inner city of Chicago with her grandmother and aunt, her only living relatives. Layla tries to approach her new life with optimism, but the perfections of her past life haunt her tormented journey. After coming to grips with the reality over the years that her only aunt despises her, Layla soon discovers that she may secretly hold the keys to helping her aunt’s diminishing health in her hands. Layla’s faith and sanity are continuously tested as she matures throughout each season of her life. She stumbles through her newfound reality while learning how to play the distinct set of cards she’s been dealt. Layla’s neighbor and best friend, Shay, helps guide her from adolescence into adulthood. Autumn’s Child chronicles a life on the opposite side of the coin; where friendships grow out of tragedy, and the pressure of a marginalized life weighs heavily on pure souls. Layla must make many compromising decisions, all while perpetually asking the reader, What would you do?
Why are black people scared to fight white supremacy? we will examine what causes this passive mindset! is seperation possible in america? does the youth have the right attitude ? why dont the elders want the young men to fight?
Join me and my guest Lenese Stephens as we discuss the mental health in the black community. Is the black community still living with the denil that mental health does not exsist. Ms. Stephens will share her knowlege and give us some key points when dealing with a person that is struggling with mental health.
Ms.Stephens received her Master's degree in Community Counseling in 2011 and then went further to complete requirements for her doctoral degree, which is still currently in progress. In 2013, Ms. Stephens became a licensed mental health therapist in the state of Maryland. Once licensed she left her tenure with Fairfax County Government and began offering mental health services to juveniles within Maryland's juvenile detention centers in Baltimore, MD.
There are tons of discussions about feminism but very few black people actually know what it is about. Most have never read a book about it or even understand its history. The word itself has been used as a weapon against black women as a way of insulting them and making them feel as if they are not loyal to the race if they define themselves as feminists. The images of a group of anti male, masculine type, women who are all lesbians, springs to mind whenever the word feminism is brought up. Black women especially, have been conditioned to believe that the mythology around the word feminism makes it something they should refuse to be associated with. They havve bought into the stigmatization of the word itself, wtihout ever having even read one book about it. Black males are even worse, as they will continue to spread lies about this area of activism and any correct information about it is immediately dismissed as being "anti-black". This episode will explore the history of black feminism, how it came about, what it really is and why there is a fear of it. It will serve to inform and dispel the myths associated with black feminism and give one an insight into why it is more vital than ever to ensure that black women and men work to further its aims.
Surrounded by poverty and violence, Dr. Kenneth Patterson recounts how he survived the odds to rise above hardship.
Join the Innovative Black Men at 7PM (CST) / 8PM (EST) as Dr. Kenneth Patteerson drops by to discuss is book "I Am Too"