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April 28th 2015
Baltimore Riots Prompt Vigorous Twitter Discussion.
Let's discuss Civil Disobedience, the causes, merrits and limitations of violence, Leadership, Symbolic actions, the politics of riots, community activism, the legacy and relavence of the civil rights movement or whatever else has you concerned about the momentum against police misconduct and the ramifications of yesterdays violence.
MILITIA VOX is the solo band of Militia Vox aka MilitiA. (Judas Priestess, Swear On Your Life, former FUSE, VH1 and MTV2 Host/VJ)- a true dynamic powerhouse vocalist with a 4 octave range that must be witnessed to be believed. After many shows and collaborations with Dee Snider, Cyndi Lauper, Taylor Dayne, Nancy Sinatra, Living Colour (and the Black Rock Coalition), Sandra Bernhard, CX KiDTRoNik and more, MilitiA. officially forged ahead as a solo artist in 2013.
1st album “BAIT” (out now) is part of the 2 album concept series aptly titled “THE VILLAINESS” - MilitiA.’s answer to the “pop princesses of today.” These albums she describes as “Femme Metale” - in praise of wicked women.
From Badstreet,PA Ryan Vox is in his second year of wrestling after spending a decade doing music. Currently training in the Dungeon Ryan works for Valour (Valor) Pro Wrestling (PA), Mid Atlantic Wrestling Association (NJ), and 1st State Championship Wrestling (Delaware) and will be debuting for Premier Wrestling Federation (NC) in April and NOVA in Mass in May. Join us as we talk about his journey from the stage to the ring. The phone lines will be open so if you have a question for Ryan the phone number is (323)870-4022. Join me as I talk to an up and coming wrestler.
vox poetica's 15 Minutes of Poetry returns to the air with a new episode! Featuring Emma Eden Ramos and the Marymount Manhattan Review, this episode will include original poems and a discussion of craft, particularly as it relates to the arc of a writing career and artistic development. We will touch on inspiration and discipline and we will tackle the question: why poetry? Want to hear more? Tune in at noon, Wednesday, April 29!
Memorial Day and Veteran's Day often get equated, but there is an essential distinction between the two. Veteran's Day honors all who have served the American military in wars. Memorial Day honors those who've perished. It's an annual reminder that wars have grave human costs, which must be both recognized and minimized.
Those costs are not inevitable. We ought to also set aside time to remember those throughout American history who have tried hardest to reduce them, to prevent unnecessary loss of life both American and foreign: war resisters. Dylan Matthew VOX
Today, I will again lift a pint of ale in memory of my three friends and their comrades who died in Vietnam.
I honor them without honoring the aggressive and unjust war in which they fought.I don't know what their motivation was to join the military, maybe it was simply that the draft gave them no choice, but it really doesn't matter. What I do know for sure is that their lives were unnecessarily cut short. Sam Webb
Sean Astin heads to the Federal Building in Westwood California, to announce the start of the 2nd season of Vox Populi Radio.
Bolstered by the nearly 1,000 Kickstarter backers and dedicated team of professionals and vounteers, Host Sean Astin lays out a vision for Vox Populi and the future.
Immediately following, a group of bloggers and or those who've come out in support will meet in a restaurant and the last Blog Talk Radio espiode in this Pre-Season Series.
ice, it must be done twice" Back by Universal demand Ringing Stone Kemitu Bey he will be discussing the court procedure, Law Master Kemitu Bey is very versed in etomology which he studied 30 years and taught 20 years, versed in law equity 10 years and health he also studied law by way of paralegal for 20 years have giving lectures at Temple University, blog talk radio talk shows, city college radio, W vox New Rochelle at West Chester New York, law master Kemitu Bey was born in New York, he was a guess speaker on a number of radio shows in New York and he also taught classes at Rutgers university, he's very adapted in his disciplines, I hope you all gain useful information on this information center and continue to tune in.... "We are not teachers We are Awakeners" Peace to the GODS an Goddess.....so mu it be..... Noble Mel Free El
^Greeting Peace and Love family Tonight our guess speaker will be law master Kemit U Bet and he will be discussing the court procedure, Law Master Kemit u Bet Is very versed in etomology which he studied 30 years and taught 20 years, versed in law equity 10 years and health he also studied law by way of paralegal for 20 years have giving lectures at Temple University, blog talk radio talk shows, city college radio, W vox New Rochelle at West Chester New York, law master Kemit U Bet was born in New York, he was a guess speaker on a number of radio shows in New York and he also taught classes at Rutgers university, he's very adapted in his disciplines, I hope you all gain useful information on this information center and continue to tune in.... "We are not teachers We are Awakeners" Peace to the GODS an Goddess.....so mu it be..... Noble Mel Free El
In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the recent situation between Vatican spokesman and president of Salt & Light TV, Father Rosica who is suing blogger Vox Cantor whose real name is David Domet and is a Canadian. In the papers served, Rosica's lawyers claim that certain posts on Vox Cantor contain defamatory content which is hurting the reputation and work of Fr. Rosica and Salt & Light TV. The lawsuit is also seeking damages and blames Vox Cantor for Catholics unsubscribing from Salt & Light TV.
Sacerdotus also speaks on news reports claiming that an LGBT advocacy group was given VIP treatment at the Vatican. Sacerdotus gives his input on the lawsuit and how it can have bad effects for Catholics and Fr. Rosica as well as an update on what really happened at the Vatican and this LGBT group.
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This is a black arts and culture site. We will be exploring the African Diaspora via the writing, performance, both musical and theatrical (film and stage), as well as the visual arts of Africans in the Diaspora and those influenced by these aesthetic forms of expression. I am interested in the political and social ramifications of art on society, specifically movements supported by these artists and their forebearers. It is my claim that the artists are the true revolutionaries, their work honest and filled with raw unedited passion. They are our true heroes. Ashay!
1. Ramona Africa, Minister of Communications, MOVE organization, joins us to speak about the 30th Anniversary Commemoration, May 13, of the bombing of her home where she is the only surviving adult, along with one child, Birdie Africa. See http://kasamaproject.org/history/2263-95ramona-africa-survivor-of-may-13-1985-move-massacre and http://www.davidsheen.com/sharing/interviews/ramona.htm
2. Munyiga Lumumba, director of Upward Bound at Mills College, joins us along with Val Serrant, Adjunct Professor at UC Berkeley . . . Music Department/"Caribbean Musics Course", since 2003; Faculty Member of "Vox Mundi School of Voice & Sound," join us to talk about More than a Taste Cultural Explosion, a special all day free arts program at Mills (10-3 Stern Hall, Rm. 100), 5000 MacArthur Blvd., in Oakland, CA.
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