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In the 3 years that Joe Kidd & Sheila Burke have been together, they have created a sound that is powerful and unique in the world of acoustic music. Influenced by 60s folk music, traditional Appalachian songs, Celtic melodies, the intensity of bluegrass, country, & gospel/christian standards, Classical atmospheres, African & Middle Eastern rhythms, and Native American prayer chants, Joe & Sheila incorporate guitars, autoharp, djembe, Native American sacred drum, and many other diverse instruments from around the world to provide their original and uplifting music. They write socially conscious & spiritual songs of struggle, thanksgiving, redemption, and love. Their descriptions, interpretations & translations (sung in many different languages) are mystic and revelatory. Both are published poets/writers which gives their concerts the added power of the presence of the spoken word. This international duo have recently toured New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Tennessee, Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, and Ontario Canada while still remaining active in Michigan performing concerts at countless festivals, churches, powwows, television & radio shows, benefits, and venues across the state. Along with this activity, in April 2013 they received their 1st prestigious Detroit Music Award for Outstanding World Music Songwriters of the Year and again in April 2014 they received the award for the 2nd straight year in a row.
A Newly sworn in police chief in Farrel, Pennsylvania said that he planned to make a public apology on Monday after he was caught using the N-word during a book drive fundraiser.
WICU reported that the email was discovered just days after Thomas Burke was sworn by the City of Farrell as the new police chief last Monday. He is scheduled to begin the job in January.
“Good morning,” the email begins. “Please click and review. Even $1.00 will be greatly appreciated. Them [Town of] Sharon n****s gotta learn how to read.”
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Ericka M. Wheeler Named First Black Female Rhodes Scholar from Mississippi
Eighth-Grader Sent To Principal’s Office For Her Natural Hair Being 'Too Poofy'
Canadian Rangers Joined in Massive Search for Charnelle Masakeyash
Toronto woman assaulted after her scarf is mistaken for hijab
Black Lewis & Clark Student Attacked on Campus
Louisiana bar stamps #Nigger on college student’s hand
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Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Monday, Nov., 17th, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. Our guest will be Lauren Victoria Burke, Managing Editor of Politics365.com. CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281. POST YOUR COMMENTS. WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR. Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com for more info and podcasts.
1) Lauren Victoria Burke, Managing Editor of Politics365.com joins us to talk about 5 new Bills in the U.S. House of Representatives dealing with Criminal Justice Reform. We also discussed the Democratic Presidential Debate that took place on Sat. Nov. 14th. 2) Linwood Lambert, a 46 year old African American man died in Police custody in 2013 after being shackled and tased multiple times. They discussed it on News One Now. 3) Michael Imhotep talked about the Screening of the Film "Black Friday" that took place this past weekend in Atlanta.
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Join Kristine Burke, Life Guide, Business Adviser, and Author, for an in-depth look into pride, shame, love and the tremendous role they play in our lives. Kristine will invite listeners to call-in and share their answers to the following question: Would I rather feel proud of myself or love myself? And why? Having posed this question previously to many audiences, Kristine is confident that this will lead to a lively and insightful discussion.
"I love this question," Burke says,"because it places our most common inner conflict directly in front of us where we can all see it. Understanding this core cause and effect relationship is the first critical step toward understanding and mastering life's principles. It's nothing short of thrilling to me when people have that first 'AHA' moment, because I know it means that they are on their way to loving life. What could be better than having front row seats to that?"
If you have ever felt stuck—or like life was passing you by—this show is for you. Our Host, Kristine Burke, knows from first-hand experience what it feels like to struggle. And thanks to years of enduring those very struggles, today Kristine knows how to view struggles as the miracles they are. Using the guidelines she presents in her ebook, Loving Your Anxiety Attacks (and Other Worries) Away!, Kristine laughed her anxiety away—flipping her challenges into opportunities and her adversaries into teachers.
In this Show, Kristine invites callers to share their struggles, challenges, or adversaries and work through a simple process of seeing life's message(s).
Join Kristine Burke, Life Guide, Business Adviser, and Author, on a journey to Love. Building on Episode #1 in which our core choice: Fear OR Love was introduced; this episode will take us one step further toward glimpsing what we will see when we look upon ourselves through love's eyes.
Burke will begin to share powerful imagery, which will allow us to envision how life works when we are stuck in Fear versus when we are guided and supported by Love. "That's the only choice we make," Burke says, "and all of the great sages have pointed it out. What makes it difficult is that when we are in Fear, we think that life is random and that we must be unlucky (or even lucky). So when life seems to keep giving us random challenges (or bad luck), it seems perfectly natural. Of course, it isn't. There is absolutely nothing random about life. If we take the time to study the natural world, we can quickly see this. Life is absolutely orderly and purposeful. Indeed, life is perfect. And as parts of life, we are, too. But we can't see that until we access love's perspective. That's our great challenge—our only challenge—and thus, our one and only great opportunity."
Guests will be invited to "call-in" via a weblink to participate in the discussion.
Nick Vatterott can't make it this week, so instead a former principal Grundy Grendleshaw of an Austin,Texas high school interviews his former student, comedian Trey Galyon about Texas, religion, gay marriage, abortion, frigg'n abortion? Really? Yep! And a baseball job you probably never knew existed!?
Hr1 Actress Lena Dunham says 'warm,' 'likeable' & 'relatable' are gendered descriptions about Hillary. She needs a new dictionary.
Rumors fly about Rep. Trey Gowdy not running for office again. Who could blame him? His staff says it's not true. We need people like him in Washington DC.
Christian Professor Fired For Mentioning God…
Atheist group attacks principal who prayed for students at ‘See You At the Pole’
Hr2 Xander Gibb brings his Xandermonium take to this week's current events. Regarding Umpqua Community College shooting, knowing whether the guns were obtained legally makes a HUGE difference in the conversation to follow.
When you're a member of a certain community, everything you do is framed with that reality... like CBS correspondent covering the new Chick-Fil-A opening. Yep, it's more about Christianity than chicken.
And, the psychosis of believing in God?
Hr3 Psychologist, Michelle Skeen says listening to other people's beliefs either solidifies my beliefs or give me reason to consider changing. Exchanging ideas is important to growth, whether you agree or not.
Bullying is real, but the term is being overused.
Those tough moments in life, like getting picked last or being "it" in tag, help make us resilient to deal with REAL life.
When you use a word incorrectly, you neutralize the true meaning of the word. #Rape #Bullying. You can't label people who are unkind as "bullies." Some people aren't nice. But that doesn't make them a bully.
And gender fluidity... at 4 years of age.
Have you had your healthy dose of reality lately?
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