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  • 01:01

    How to strengthen the village if the village is not strong enough.....

    in Education

    Join us today as we raise the issue


    How to strengthen the village if the village is not strong enough.....


    “The positive men we have willing to be coaches and role models are doing a great job, but we can’t raise 72 percent of children who are missing fathers,” says Kunjufu. “The village is not strong enough. It’s still 5 million black boys who need a father.”


    Something to think about:


    Why is it that one of the most important decisions; to create and maintain family does not involve careful planning and greater thought?


     


     

  • 01:06

    Where Is The Village

    in Self Help

    Our children are in desperate need of help, love and intervention. The traditional African proverb said, it takes a village to raise a child. As we watch the news, look at youtube and read other social media outlet postings we see young people in a trouble and trying state. What should we be saying to these things? As a village we must get busy, so much work needs to be done. Our voices should sound the alarm and our hands must work for the good of our children . Tonight we will discuss the latest trends we see in the culture as it relates to our children. Join me and my special guest, Pastor Ava as we talk about this important topic.

  • 01:16

    How to help today's youth of today?

    in Youth

    OPEN DICUSSION ON HOW CAN WE HELP THE YOUNG PEOPLE OF TODAY REALIZE THEIR FUTURE IS BRIGHT.


    CAN THE YOUTH OF TODAY BE HELPED?


    HOW CAN OUR COMMUNITIES RECOVER AND BE STABLEIN THIS DAY AND TIME?


    DO WE CARE ENOUGH ABOUT THIS YOUNG GENERATION TO DO SOMETHING TO HELP?


    CAN THE VILLAGE RISE AGAIN TO MENTOR AND BRING HOPE BACK TO THIS GENERATION?


    CAN OUR COMMUNITIES COME TOGETHER TO USE RESOURCES AND OPEN UP YOUTH HEATH PROGRAMS WITHOUT HELP FROM THE GOVERNMENT?


    WOULD YOU MENTOR AND TROUBLED YOUTH?


    WOULD YOU ACCEPT A TROUBLED YOUTH INTO YOUR HOME?


     

  • 03:01

    The UNIA ACL state of the black race host brotherRamisous

    in Self Help

    Duties of the Citizen moral interpretation civilization at its height women the moral constructors of society how we have been fooled by the system embrace of the white supremacy and why we sing we cannot break out of it sending out children to the enemy camp for exposure to information instead of informing them ourselves the duty of a citizen to the village to the government to its family all of these things all the same individualism is not and affordability in moral construct in relations to how the system as described us if no contributions to civilization what's the weather  

  • 01:42

    Guest Speaker Micheal Boldea Of Hand Of Help Ministries On "Heads Up Warriors"

    in Religion

    Mike Boldea was born in a small northern Romanian Village.   At the age of nine, his entire family was deported from Romania for smuggling Bibles.  His grandfather, Dumitru Duduman started an outreach ministry called "Hand of Help" of which Mike is now Chairman.


    Mike has traveled internationally with Dumitru for over 11 years acting as Dumitru's translator.  They shared their testimonies, as well as an important message God gave Dumitru for the United States.


    Recently Mike has translated the book entitled "Life In Christ" which Dumitru had penned prior to his death.  The testimonies of those that were persecuted for their faith must live on to build up the body of Christ.  Mike continues to operate in his gift as an Evangelist to exhort the body of Christ to present itself with a garment clean before our Lord.


    Michael has a strong Christian heritage coming from a line of 4 generations of Christians.  In the village of Hinceste Romania his Great grandfather was one of the first Christians converted there and his grandfather was a pastor and his father pastors the "Messiah" church in Botosani Romania with over 800 members.  Their family worked with Richard Wurmbrandt, Harlan Popoff, and brother Andrew taking bibles to the underground Church.


    Michael has seen the presence of God in accomplishing the work that his family was called to.  In the face of great persecution and opposition thousands of bibles were given to the Christians of Romania even though it was punishable by imprisonment if caught.  His grandfather Dumitru Duduman did suffer greatly being imprisoned for his faith.  Under extreme torture he never recanted his faith and stands as a witness of faithfulness to this day in Romania.


     


      

  • 01:02

    Rescue Our Waterfront (R.O.W.)

    in Current Events

    Our guests this morning are Martin Holmes and Nils Nehrenheim from the community group, Rescue our Waterfront.


    Martin is a cofounder of Rescue Our Waterfront.  He lives in Redondo Beach and enjoys spending time at the Redondo Pier and Riviera Village.  Martin graduated from MIT with a degree in aerospace engineering.  Today he works for the Air Force and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in systems engineering at USC.  In his free time, he travels the world, snowboards, sails, and kayaks.


    As a life-long South Bay resident, Nils Nehrenheim has lived, worked and played throughout the South Bay.  Redondo Beach is near and dear to his daily life. Being a small business owner in Redondo, and an LA County Lifeguard on the local beaches, he exemplifies the South Bay way of life and understands what makes living here so special. He jumped into local politics during the successful fight against Measure B, then became one of the leaders of another community group, Save The Riviera's fight against the Legado project. He is now taking that combined experience to work with Rescue Our Waterfront.


    This morning, we’re going to discuss the Waterfront project proposed by CenterCal and the goals of Rescue Our Waterfront.


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    http://www.SouthbayByJackie.com


    To Find Out More Your Host, Joe Terry visit


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  • 01:00

    A Kind Voice on Big Ideas and Philosophy

    in Culture

    Interview with Kosha Anja Joubert  the Executive Director of the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN).  GEN is a growing network of sustainable communities and initiatives that bridge different cultures, countries, and continents. GEN serves as umbrella organization for ecovillages, transition town initiatives, intentional communities, and ecologically-minded individuals worldwide.


    If you look at this video on you will see a story of authentic kind voices living the ideals they believe in and creating communities that embody those ideals and working outward to connect daily activities with making the world we all share, a more sustainable place.


    On today’s show we will explore the Big Ideas driving this beautiful journey as well as the details of the story being created.  To join the conversation, please call (347) 850-8907. 


    Hosted by David Levins.


     


     

  • 01:04

    BLACK HISTORY MONTH KICK-OFF!

    in Entertainment

    ON THE NEXT CANDI & COMPANY!


    This month marks the beginning of Black History Month. Two men who are activists, title holders, and leaders in their communities will be our very special guests. Please, join us as we welcome Trell Walters and John-John.


    JOHN-JOHN:


    John-John is a Puerto Rican / Sicilian native New Yorker. He is Mr. RockBear 2015, becoming the first bear titleholder representing Rockbar NYC located on Christopher Street, in the West Village of New York. 


    TRELL WALTERS:


    At 33, Trell Walters of Berlin, CT holds three titles including Mr. North American Daddy Bear 2015, Mr. Bear it All 2015 and Mr Connecticut Bear 2014. 

  • 01:21

    Pinhook, Missouri - Pinhook 3.0 (ReBuilding A Village )

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall be making people aware of Pinkhook, Missouri.


    There has been a lot of mystery about the founding of Pinhook. Many people believe that it was founded by sharecroppers in the 1930s. This largely African American colony was expanded to nearly 250 people at one time. During the Summer of 2011 the Mississippi began to flood, Pinhook was destroyed on May 2, 2011. The Birds Point- New Madrid levee was blown to save Cairo, Illinois from flooding. Everyone in Pinhook lost their homes that they had lived in for many years. Many are devastated because they loved living in a small community, knowing everyone. These people fled to family or apartments, until they could find a new home. There has been talk of relocating the community as a whole, but the funding is the only issue. In August 2015 remaining buildings were bulldozed.


    https://rebuildpinhook.wordpress.com/


    Listen to It's My House Radio by calling 712-432-8863

  • 00:29

    Stars Clap Books over Bullys

    in Education

    Join us each Wendsday  as we bring back the joy of reading a book- Our Current Book is Because of the Moon by C.J. Cutayne


    Obedience is for dogs,” spouts Jay Roberts, a mischievous teen with a wicked sense of humor. Arrested for his involvement in a chop shop, Jay has two choices: go to juvenile detention or move to the impoverished Indian reservation his mother shunned fourteen years ago where his estranged grandfather will oversee Jay’s penance. Either way he won't enjoy the fruits of his latest prank "Rat-Day". 

    Jay doesn’t belong in the run-down village and vows to return to the city when his sentence over, if not sooner. He resents his frequently absent mother for making him move three weeks before school is over. A school where everyone calls him "Apple" for some reason. Jay goes through the motions of his community service while planning his escape. His plan to stop the school bully will either win him the respect of his peers or turn him into "apple sauce". 

    Keeping everyone at arms length, Jay watches with indifference as family by family, the people move away. After thousands of years on their ancestral land the villagers have given up hope of survival. Gradually Jay learns to appreciate his Grampa and the quirky tribe members. When Grampa points to Orion's belt, in the sky, Jay asks "If his belt fell down would we see a full moon?" and the two click. 

    Jay devises a plan to keep the village together protecting the history and tradition he is inherently a part of. When the plan threatens to fall apart can Jay reach out to the unreliable village alcoholic to pull them through?

  • 01:15

    What Are Your Children Doing??

    in Culture

    What do you think about homeschooling? Do you know what your children are learning in class? Are you paying attention to what games they play and shows they watch? Do you listen to your children? Do you know their interests, their friends, their challenges? The concept of children being at odds with their parents is a western concept that is foreign to melanated people everywhere. However, we've been acclamated by enslavement, social engineering, media hypnotism, religious programming...until we raise our children like potential enemies. But there are some beautiful examples of our strong families as well. What does it take for a family to be connected and cooperative in modern society? We'll talk most about what challenges our children are facing, and how we can support them.