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  • 01:06

    Flint Lead Poisoning Crisis. What We Can Do. Legacy of a Nation

    in Lifestyle

    There is a terrible situation going on in Flint Mich. Lots of media coverage concerning the situation and reports of celebrities coming to aid the victims.


    Find out what we can really do in order to remedy this problem. We're all we got. Find out how to saty alive and remain healthy.

  • 01:52

    What can you do for Africa?

    in Education

    In this episode we explain about what Black People can do in their native homelands, with their work skills that they have learned here in America or abroad. The possibilities and changes that can occur all over the world, and the positive effect that it would have in Africa, Haiti, Jamica, Tobago, and other places of the dominant Original People resides. 

  • 01:38

    LESMA ACTION- What We are Doing Now, and What You Can Do

    in Current Events

    Listen in for LESMA updates. We're working on meet and greets and going to discuss the many options. Also will be talking about how members can help. Please call in with your questions or ideas.


    Our mission is to defend, insulate, represent and support these brave men and women while they faithfully discharge their duties and sworn oaths. While the majority of the civilized world stands behind them, we at LESMA promise to stand in front of them as guardians to our guardians.


     




     

  • 01:48

    Faith/Media What Do They Have in Common with the fight on HIV/AIDS?

    in Medicine

    Joining “CAN WE TALK FOR REAL”, cohosts Teresa Jackson and Michelle E. Brown on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 to address the Asian/Pacific HIV/AIDS awareness strategy and [Prep] will be Jens Tamang from the Minnesota Aids Project who before joining MAP he provided care coordination for individuals living with HIV in adult foster care and served as a Projects Administrator for several LGBTQ youth programs funded by the Minnesota Regional Arts Council. Joining him will be also be Kayden Hoang Bui he will discuss his vision on how to expand the MAP’s work into hard-to-reach populations to promote HIV/STI education, awareness, and testing through increased outreach and media presence.In recognition of Feb.7th National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, joining CWT4R, will be Pastor Anthony Sullivan Jr. a Pastor-Leader, Preacher, Challenger, Trainer, Teacher, Resource, Initiator, Counselor, Guide and a justice advocate committed to the liberation of persons and groups who suffer from all forms of oppression. He is a graduate of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University having earned the Master of Divinity degree. He is especially concerned about those impacted and affected by the pandemic of HIV/AIDS.  He will talk about, “What does faith has to do with the mobilization initiative aimed at Blacks to help reduce the HIV/AIDS spread and to bring more awareness”.

  • 02:16

    Do Tha Knowledge Radio Presents: Who and What are the Israelites

    in Motivation

    Do Tha Knowledge Radio Presents: Who and What are Israelites Discussion
    Peace and Black Power Family,
    Welcome to another episode of Do Tha Knowledge Radio. The place where Knowledge is Born. I am your host Knowledge Born Allah. Tonight we welcome a panel of Hebrews to discuss the subject of Who and what is an Israelite? This is a topic often brought up and not clearly defined. This will an opportunity to hear from the Hebrew Delegation assembled and have all your questions answered. Join us as we Do Tha Knowledge Saturday 2-6-16 at 6pm PST 8pm CST 9pm EST. Call in live to phone number 713-955-0707 and press 1 with your questions or comments. Here is the link to listen remotely; http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dothaknowledgeradio/2016/02/07/do-tha-knowledge-radio-presents-who-and-what-are-the-israelites

  • 00:55

    Next Great Awakening Success: What We Are Commanded To Do

    in Politics Conservative

    Some are not going to like this but the evidence is undeniable.  Our nation has turned away from the God of the Bible because His Church has ceased to be the people of "the book."  The Bible is the Word of God.  When we hide His word in our hearts, according to King David, helps us to resist the power of sin.  It also causes us to reflect God's light to others.  


    This program is about introducing truths and tools that, with God's help, can restore our nation to the principles upon which this nation was formed, founded and then revived at least twice before.  We will share some things found this past week we pray will make a difference in your life and in Kingdom of our dear Lord and Savior.


    "If you Love Me Keep My Commandments."  List...   David Barton


    Read Through The Bible Plans:  BackToTheBible.org Plans   |   BibleGateway.com Plans


    Learn & Teach The Constitution:  TheAmericanView.com   |   KrisanneHall.com

  • 01:28

    BLACK ON BLACK MURDER WHAT DO WE DO?

    in Entertainment

    why dont we do something as men about our youth killing each other religously?

  • 01:00

    We are killing ourselves... Toxins and what we can do about them

    in Lifestyle

    Episode19


    Join UIF founder Tim Ray and his guest Dr. Miriam Croft as they discuss toxins and what we can do about them on UI Radio.


    Dr. Miriam Croft owns Hands on Wellness Chiropracic located in Chamblee, Ga.  www.howchiropractic.com


    Her goal is to aid my patients in regaining and maintaining true health and wellness, while often emphasizing the importance of lifestyle in the process. Two key components of a healthy lifestyle are what goes in the body and on the body everyday.   Poor quality nutrition and toxic health/beauty products can have detrimental impacts on one's health.


    Learn how to take control of your life today at www.unitedintentions.org!

  • 02:00

    How Do We Honor Our Veterans or Do We?

    in Military

    On Wednesday November 11th we celebrate Veterans Day in the USA. It is a holiday to honor all who have served in the United States Military Services. We would like to thank each and every one of you for your service. Many times we don’t show the appreciation we should for them protecting and defending this country.  We just casually mention it. Call in and let everyone know who you appreciate and what branch they are from.


    Join CAN WE TALK FOR REAL co-hosts Teresa (Terry Boi) Jackson and Michelle E. Brown and special guests to salute and thank our veterans. Joining us also will be Anna Cogette who works as a clinical social worker in the Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program at the VA Hudson Valley in Montrose, NY. She works with vets who are struggling with substance use and often a co- occurring mental health disorder.


    Call in to listen and with your special tributes (347)215-8985 then press "1" to talk 7:30PM CST/8:30PM EST

  • 00:15

    Coming To Terms With Faith: What Do You Believe?

    in The Bible

    What we blieve and what occupies our mind directs our lives. There's no getting around it. We can go to church for years and not believe what we hear. How can this be? It's much like sitting in a class and listening to the professor teach week after week, but not taking notes or really putting personal trust or value into what is being taught, so we just drift from class to class, not really learning or applying what is being taught. Jesus said it like this; "You Know A Tree By It's Fruit". If I say am a apple tree, but you only see oranges on my branches, then my statement about me being an apple tree has no real basis. It's a lie. We can be this way as Christians. We are defined by our fruit not our words. Sometimes we talk too much, rather than allowing our lives to speak for us. What people see is what we really believe.


     

  • 02:01

    What Will Be the Legacy of President Obama?

    in Politics

    Joining CAN WE TALK FOR REAL co-hosts Teresa M. Jackson and Michelle E. Brown on Wednesday, February 10th to talk about the Obama Presidency – its place in Black history, its impact on LGBTQ rights and preserving its legacy for equal rights – is Earl Fowlkes. President/CEO of the Center For Black Equity, Inc. (formerly the International Federation of Black Pride (IFBP). Fowlkes founded the IFBP in 1999 ago as a coalition of Black Pride organizers the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and South Africa formed to promote a multinational network of LGBT Pride and community- based organizations. Earl previously served fifteen years as the Executive Director of the DC Comprehensive AIDS Resources and Education Consortium (DC CARE Consortium) and Damien Ministries, organizations that provided services to person living with HIV/AIDS in Washington, DC. Earl attended Rutgers University with degrees in history/business. Earl resides in Washington, DC however remains a devoted to his hometown Philadelphia Phillies, Eagles and Flyers, and all things Pennsylvania.Call in to 347-215-8985 to join the conversation, show starts at 8:30 est/7:30cst,, Press 1 to speak.