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  • 00:58

    TULSA OKLAHOMA, GREENWOOD DISTRICT ..BLACK WALL STREET

    in Entertainment

    THE RIOT AND BURNING OF GREENWOOD DISTRICT IN TULSA OKLAHOMA FROM MAY 31 TO JUNE 1 1921....A LITTLE TOWN KNOW AND LITTLE AFRICA OR BLACK WALL STREET THAT ALL CAME TUMBLING DOWN BECAUSE OF A LIE

  • 00:31

    Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Tulsa Preview

    in Sports

    Tyler Jones comes on the program and talks all college football with me! We talk about Tulsa, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma football and their expectations for this season. Boise State/Fresno State recap so far and we preview what to watch for the weekend!

  • 02:04

    KONSCIOUS VIBES PRESENTS: THE BOMBING OF TULSA, OKLAHOMA 1921

    in Education

    KONSCIOUS VIBES W/HOST Rahme'el El Bey PRESENTS: THE DESTRUCTION OF TULSA, OKLAHOMA'S BLACK WALLSTREET/LITTLE AFRICA.  Join us tonight as we discuss the bombing and destruction of one of the most prosperous Asiatic communities, post our enslavement.  We will answer such questions as were did the people come from that made up the Tulsa Oklahoma community of Moors.  We will speak about there economic base and speak about it destruction and final termination and how that was caused.  Then we will speak about how to go about rebuilding these structures within our own neighborhoods today.  

  • 00:26

    The Night Before The Protest in Tulsa

    in Politics

    It is the night before the Protest


    when all through the city


    People were praying


    for equality for all


    Equal justice for all


    no matter the shade of humanity you are


    It is the night before the Protest


    the air crackles with hope


    some live in the pain of yesterday


    others live in the hope that is tomorrow


    Be people of uniform


    or those that have been black and blue


    Hearing:


    The Majority should never decide for the Minority


    The people are


    you and I


    together


    as the voice of one


     


     


     


    Meet me at the Sheriff's office


    7 pm on Friday


    Protest for Change


    Eric Harris was the reason


    see you tomorrow


     

  • 00:35

    Free Speech In Oklahoma - And Racism

    in Current Events

    Oklahoma has a history or racism. It is a fact that the worst race riot occured in Tulsa via " Greenwood" , Oklahoma . One of the first laws enacted in Oklahoma was one of segreatation. With the strong ties between the Klan and the Oil companies founded in Oklahoma. It is not surprising the recent events at Oklahoma University . The only way to impede free speech as I understand it - is to incite a riot or incite violence to a minority group. Let us have a discussion - you may be insulted on the program - be aware that oversensitivity as a form of abuse is not tolerated on this program.


    All calls taken but I reserve the right to mute you . 646 716 7259

  • 00:19

    Beheading in Oklahoma, workplace violence?

    in Politics Conservative

    Sadly, we had a beheading in Oklahoma.  There are a lot of people who are claiming that it is nothing more than workplace violence.  I will talk about this and what I think about the whole thing. 

  • 00:30

    A Division 1 openly gay married athlete comes out in Oklahoma

    in LGBT

    With the Supreme Court set to debate gay marriage next week, we talk to Tanner Williams, a University of Oklahoma pole vaulter. This June, Tanner and his husband Scott celebrate their first anniversary. Tanner talks about how pole vaulting and his faith in God saved him in his homophobic town. His religion is important to him even as others use Christianity to keep gays down. We explore Tanner's story and the role of religion in the debate over gay rights.

  • 00:11

    Why Kevin Ollie is perfect next coach for Oklahoma City Thunder

    in Basketball

    If Sam Presti does not hire a coach that Kevin Durant is happy with, chances are Durant will leave Oklahoma City as an unrestricted free agent in July, 2016. That is a fact. Kevin Durant likes Kevin Ollie. That is a fact, too. And Kevin Ollie is Presti's No. 1 choice for the job. That fact was first reported by respected colleague Adam Zagoria, and it is 100 percent on the money.


    So what to make of Ollie's statement today, tactfully written in the present tense, that he has "no plans" to leave UConn? 


    Well, put it this way. I have no plans to marry Taylor Swift. But if circumstances led to that being a possibility ... 


    As for the other two names that are out there, Billy Donovan and Fred Hoiberg, fans of the Thunder should ask themselves this: "Do either of those guys have a strong relationship with Durant?" Because you can be damn sure that Durant is going to have some input on who OKC's next coach will be. That is why my money is on Ollie -- even if it doesn't happen until the middle of the summer. I explain more in this interview on Erik Gee and Kelly Gregg on 107.7 The Franchise in Oklahoma City.

  • 01:08

    Oklahoma is developing nitrogen or laughing gas mixture for death row inmates

    in Politics Progressive

    Our show is two fold tonight.  Rachel Maddow states wtih sketchy pessimism that the US Supreme Court may overthrow the use of lethal injection, Oklahoma has a Plan B.  They plan to use another lethal substance to eliminate inmates on death row.


    The debate of marriage rights will even become more divisive in 2016 Presidential hopefuls.


    Finally, how to find peace in your daily walk with God.


    Coping is fairly easy if you don't have 20 mile commutes; if you open your Bible every a.m. and Read Psalms 31 or 91.  Keep it peaceful and manage your life.

  • 02:02

    Oklahoma State Senator Joseph Silk

    in Politics Conservative

    Oklahoma State Senator Joseph Silk has introduced a bill that would allow religious entities or businesses “operating consistently with sincerely held religious beliefs” to operate in accordance with those beliefs without facing legal consequences for doing so. In other words, if you are a wedding photographer or a bakery and you do not wish to provide your services for a same-sex wedding, based on religious objections, then there would be no legal consequences for refusing that business. Senator Silk has been facing a firestorm from LGBT activist since he gave an interview to the New York Times about the bill. The harsh push back has come as a result of the Times story taking a partial quote where he said that LGBT people “don’t have a right to be served in every single store,” He has responded to the Times quotes by posting a statement saying “Yes I did say that homosexuals do not have the right to be served in every store, just as I do not believe that I, my family, or anyone else have the right to be served in every private business. The right to provide services should be the decision of the business owners. We need to keep our country free and stop this radical, intolerant, movement.” We'll talk about the bill and the controversy.


    Later we'll talk about some of the big stories from the past week. Don't forget about "Outrage of the Week" and "Headlines You May Have Missed". 


     

  • 00:14

    Oklahoma vs LSU Softball Preview

    in Sports

    #172: Beth Torina, Head Coach, LSU Softball, returns to TCRS, as the most downloaded guest of 2014.  Coach Torina, will preview the upcoming series against the Oklahoma Sooners and talk about the overall state of LSU Softball.  The Tigers have quality wins this season over Flordia, Notre Dame and Arizona.  LSU has been led at the plate by Bianka Bell & AJ Andrew while Allie Walljasper & Baylee Corbello are leading in the circle.  The Tigers will host the 2015 SEC Tournament May 6-9 at Tiger Park.  Coach Torina Twitter Tigers Facebook Tigers Twitter Tigers IG.