• 01:02

    Janks Morton: State of the African American

    in Self Help

    There comes a time when enough is enough!  No matter how large the bank account; fancy the home or extravagant the car there is a great deal of dysfunction being camouflaged.  No one is talking!  Few are reading!  The idea is that the disparity will dissipate.  This is a wake-up CALL!  BE A CHANGE AGENT!! Tonight Documentary Filmmaker Janks Morton shed light on the STATE OF THE AFRICAN AMERICAN.   ONE YOU CAN’T MISS. 


    So, Let’s Talk!

    Knowledge Always Empowers

    TONIGHT, Wednesday, February 25, 2015 @ 10PM EST

    CALL IN LIVE (347) 838-8992





    Janks Morton

    Website:  www.whatblackmenthink.com

    Facebook:  Janks Morton

    Twitter: @JanksMorton


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  • 02:00

    World Call In

    in Energy

    Dennis, Jeff, & Susan have invited their friend Amminadab to join us and discuss this interesting topic:

    Religions without Borders USA, Inc is dedicated to solving conflicts and improving relationships around the World. Through interfaith dialogue, disputes resolutions services, radio programming and collaborative actions with national civil societies and religious communities, they maximize the ability of individuals, communities and Nations to promote peace, operate efficiently, and to effect positive change. As a U.S.A 501 (c ) with registration status in Uganda, Yemen, Nepal, Former Yugoslavia countries and beyond, they provide services and partnership opportunities to individuals, governments, intergovernmental organizations, nonprofits , educational institutions, foundations and other underserved populations.

    For more info, just go to www.rwbm.org

    Please join us and help to save our planet !


  • 00:31

    Interview With Mr. Willie Bradford City Councilman For District A

    in Politics

    On todays show we will be talking to Mr. Willie Bradford City Councilman for District A in the city of Shreveport Louisiana. Our topic for today will be economic development and income disparity in the city of Shreveport.

  • 00:59

    Human Trafficking - A Survivors Story - Christine McDonald

    in Motivation

    Christine McDonald is an internationally recognized author and speaker on the social injustices facing underserved populations today.  As a survivor of human trafficking, homelessness, and addiction, Christine- now blind as a result of a disease that forced her to choose between her unborn child and her eyesight- is on a mission to bring justice and awareness to the forefront of social change through education and unconditional love.

    Christine began life in a small town in Oklahoma, in a very dark and painful household. She felt safest using her own survival skills to live on the streets and ran away for the last time when she was just 15.  This began her 17 year journey of homelessness, which comprised of being sex trafficked, drug addiction, prostitution, 103 arrests and 7 prison stints.  Finally ready for a better life and barely able to read or write, Christine began a new journey of exiting the life of the streets, only to be challenged again.

    Completely blind and eternally vigilant, today Christine uses her life experience and education to work as an advocate for trafficking victims, the homeless, recovering addicts, ex-offenders and disabled populations.  Currently living in St Louis, Missouri, Christine is a proud mom of her 7 year old son and practices a loving open adoption with her daughter’s adoptive parents in nearby Kirkwood.  Christine is the author of Cry Purple: One Woman’s Journey through Homelessness, Crack Addiction and Prison to Blindness, Motherhood and Happiness and is the founder of www.ChristinesVision.org.  She has also been featured locally and nationally on various media outlets, including NBC, CBS, FOX and NPR and sits on multiple local, state-wide and international level boards and committees.  



  • 01:03

    Community Day Mint to move

    in Lifestyle

    We will speak with the creator of the cultural event that will take place tonight at the Met Museum Mrs. Rubie Britt-Height.

    Rubie R. Britt-Height has been the Director of Community Relations for The Mint Museum since 2008.  She initiates and manages opportunities to collaborate with culturally diverse community groups, businesses and other organizations to promote art exhibitions and programs.   She manages audience development through education and outreach initiatives, represents the Mint at public speaking engagements and serves as an arts ambassador with an emphasis on underserved and underrepresented populations, but her outreach includes numerous diverse groups.  She also founded the Romare Bearden Society at the Mint, which has acquired and gifted 3 major works of art to the Museum.

    Her main diversity programs are the Grier Heights Youth Arts Program, now in its 11th year, and Mint to Move Cultural Dance Night, held quarterly at the Mint Museum Uptown at the Levine Center for the Arts.


  • 00:46

    Shifting Health and Education in Africa with Kristina Tester

    in Lifestyle

    Kristina Tester is a 2014 graduate of Harvard University, with degrees in African and Global Health.  She is the founder and executive director of So Others May Learn, a non-profit organization based in Zimbabwe and Uganda that is dedicated to providing bright and motivated students in sub-Saharan Africa with the opportunity to further their educations through comprehensive scholarships that support them through their four years of  secondary school. The scholarships cover tuition, room and board, transportation, uniforms, and supplies for qualified students who would otherwise never have the opportunity to further their dreams. 

    Kristina traveled to Uganda twice a year while in college, spending summers and winters working at the hospital and with Uganda's Ministry of Health to coordinate village health teams that could more effectively reach rural communities. Her senior thesis, titled “Increasing the Effectiveness of Healthcare Delivery to Rural Areas: A Case Study of Village Health Teams and Childhood Malnutrition in Rukungiri District, Uganda”, was awarded the Harvard Hoopes Prize for outstanding research and scholarly work, and she was the recipient of the Phillipe Wamba Prize for highest achievement in her Division. Kristina is planning to begin medical school in the fall of 2016 and hopes to combine her medical degree with a Masters in Public Health. She is committed to continuing her efforts to provide education and medical services to underserved communities at home and abroad.

  • 00:59

    Politics Done Right on KPFT - Middle-class needs strikes, labor unions & you

    in Politics Progressive

    Last week I went to a function at the Harris County Democratic Party. A young speaker at the event spent about half a hour talking about the United Steelworkers Union strike against  11 refineries including Royal Dutch Shell and LyondellBasell in the Houston Area.

    I read a lot of news. Why is this news not widely out there. At a time when we are constantly talking about income inequality and wealth disparity one would think it would be covered. At a time when labor unions are in decline, how is it not news?

    You can also find previous episodes on YouTube here.

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  • Missing Pages Of History

    in History

    Join "Missing Pages of History" bi-weely on Saturdays at 12 (Noon) EST. We come to be a vocie for the underserved communities and people.  Come and help MPH in filling in our "missing pages of history" by listening in at 818-337-0016, or go online at: www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc. Our next radio program will be held on Sat., Feb 14, 2015. If you would like to be a guest, member or supporter, please contact us at: missingpagesofhistory1@yahoo.com.

  • 01:01

    Chicano Chronicles

    in Politics Progressive

    Chicano Chronicles Host Jacque DelRio discusses progressive politics, race relations, american politics, chicano, hispanic, latino, african american, culture, demographics, social justice, economic justice, racial disparity, justice, law enforcement, american history, society, social change, law enforcement, police, police brutality, community action, community organization, and more!

    Today's show we will focus on the brutal killing of David Silva, where we've come since then, what his death means


  • 01:19

    Brass Knuckle Progressives Radio (POLITICAL ROUND TABLE 2/1/15)

    in Politics Progressive

    Check out the hardest hitting show in political talk today!  Joining us on this episode are activist Benjamin Corey Feinblum, Laurel Davila of Progressive Democrats Moving Forward, Not Back, Paul Nevins author of The Politics of Selfishness and Jim Finch The Quantum Mechanic!  Topics will include the following at a minimum:

    Evolution of Liberalism 
    Poverty/Income Disparity 
    State of the Union Event Recap
    2016 GOP Field
    and MORE!  





  • 01:01

    The Inequality of Yoga in America

    in Lifestyle

    Is yoga too exclusive in America?  Is a regular yoga practice at a studio a privilege for only the affluent?  Our show’s number one fan, Fadia Bascom, will discuss these questions and more about what yoga means today in America.  Loyal listeners know Fadia as a passionate yogini who is an advocate for the underserved.  She is joined by Malik Wilson, a certified Vinyasa yoga teacher at Dhyana in his hometown of Philadelphia.  Together, they'll examine the ironies of a practice which was founded on the traditions of unity and connection but has become more of a self-serving practice for only the haves.  Whether you wear lululemon or Target yoga pants, don't miss this important conversation about the two economies of yoga in America. 

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