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Listen to The African History Network Show, Thurs. Oct. 24, 8pm-11pm EST as we discuss, the new documentary by Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. “The African-Americans: Many Rivers To Cross”, Major Corporations that profited from the Slave Trade and Economic Empowerment.
What did you think about “The African-Americans: Many Rivers To Cross? Did you notice that it did not include the history of African people in the U.S. who had been here for thousands of years? Did you hear him say that the majority of African Slaves were captured and sold by other Africans? Is this historically accurate? The 1 installment of this 6 part series aired on Tuesday, Oct. 22. If you missed it watch it here and join in the discussion. http://www.pbs.org/wnet/african-americans-many-rivers-to-cross/ #ManyRiversPBS @HenryLouisGates @TheRoot247 @TheAHNShow #TheAHNShow Michael Imhotep appeared on a Panel Discussion regarding “Marketing Your Business”. We’ll air the entire Panel Discussion.
Listen to The African History Network Show Thursday, 8pm - 11pm EST at www.BlogTalkRadio.com/TheAfricanHistoryNetworkShow or visit www.TheAfricanHistoryNetwork.com. You can listen to the show LIVE at 914-338-1375.
Listen to "The Per Ankh Hour Show Q & A" with Bro. Kaba Hiawatha Kamene (aka Booker T. Coleman) of “Hidden Colors 1 & 2” and Michael Imhotep on The African History Network, Wednesday, Oct., 23rd, 10pm-11pm EST for “The Shabaka Stone: Spiritual Melanin - The Impact of Melanin in The Chakra System – The Brow Chakra (3 Eye)”. We’ll also discuss the new Documentary by Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr., “The African-Americans: Man Rivers To Cross”. The 1 installment of this 6 part series aired on Tuesday, Oct. 22. If you missed it watch it here and join in the discussion. Why didn’t Dr. Gates talk about Africans who had been in the U.S. for thousands of years? http://www.pbs.org/wnet/african-americans-many-rivers-to-cross/ Bro. Kaba Kamene will broadcast his LIVE Streaming teaching session on http://www.townzonetv.com/channel/view/dr-kaba-kamene-27 from 9pm-10pm EST every Wednesday.
Live Chat Vetran Reggae Artist Susan Cadogan and The beaufiful Starlet Chyna Nicole
Susan Cadogan is the daughter of singer Lola Cadogan, who released several 78rpm singles of devotional music during the 1950s.She spent several years of her childhood in Belize, She trained and qualified as a librarian, Her talents as a singer led to her recording her first single, "Love My Life" for Jamaican Broadcasting DJ Jerry Lewis, Lee "Scratch" Perry was in the recording studio at the time, and was impressed by Cadogan's voice enough to record an album's worth of material with her, also renaming her Susan.One of her first recordings for Perry, a cover of Millie Jackson's soul hit, "Hurt So Good"
Singer/songwriter Chyna Nicole (Tania Nicole Williams) was born in New York City to proud Jamaican parents from Kingston’s Waterhouse, Carl and Yvonne Williams. At the tender age of 5, Nicole read the the back of Michael Jackson’s albums, and began her song writing techniques. Additionally, the rich musical culture of Waterhouse, was instilled in her by her father, who was the first apprentice to the legendary U-Roy. He was an artist himself who had recorded for producers Joe Gibbs and Duke Reid. Her mom Yvonne was once a member of Reggae’s first Grammy winner, Black Uhuru,Her first release was in 1994 “Love Me Tenderly” performed with LukIe D under her father’s Jamaican label, Little C. This record was released under the name Nicole Williams, however, after that she decided to rename her artist name to Chyna Nicole for future releases. Upon graduating from Howard University majoring in Radio/TV/Film and working for various media arenas including Showtime Networks, WNET, VP Records, and Westwood One Radio, she relocated to Jamaica to record an album with her father.
Products adulterated with unsavory and poisonous substances are all around us: silicone in chicken nuggets and Bt toxin in taco shells, for example. Obviously, what we eat is important to good health. Not so obvious is that what we put onto our bodies can be just as important as what we put into our bodies. Petrochemical and GMO products are absorbed through the skin, where they can produce adverse effects.
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June is Gay Pride Month. Today and for the next three shows we will commemorate the progress the LGBT movement for equal rights has made. In recalling the beginning of the modern gay rights movement in 1969, marked by the Stonewall riots, we will discuss the main concerns of the LGBT community today. Today’s guest is Andy Humm, a gay rights activist since 1974. Andy Humm has been a gay activist since 1974 helping lead the fight for New York City's gay rights bill that passed in 1986 through the efforts of the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay rights and getting explicit AIDS education in the public schools in the 1990s through his work as director of education at the Hetrick-Martin Institute for LGBT youth. A lifelong journalist as well, he has co-hosted the national "Gay USA" television program weekly since 1985 and writes regularly for the Gay City News and Gotham Gazette. Andy Humm was host of WNET-TV's "Informed Sources" weekly reporters' roundtable in the 1990s. Mr. Humm's work has also appeared in the NY Times, Daily News, and Post.
Forced psychiatric drugging is on the rise in America. Find out why and what you can do to fight it!
Sophie Faught, MindFreedom Communications Director, talks about forced drugging in the psych system and the dangerous precedent of proposed legislation in Texas: HB 2212, which makes forced outpatient commitment possible in Texas.
Her feautured guest is Lise Zumwalt. Ms. Zumwalt has been making documentary films for 25 years for National Geographic Television, PBS, WNET, BBC, The History Channel and Discovery traveling from South Africa to the Baltic and from the Canadian Rockies to the South Side of Chicago. In every film, Ms. Zumwalt looks for the opportunity to reveal human character and gain insight into how public policy affects our lives. That's Crazy, Lise's first feature film documents one man's decision to take his treatment into his own hands, defying a commitment order and an order to treat while searching for recovery.
Sophie will also be joined by MindFreedom member Ryan, a survivor of outpatient forced drugging. He will lay out the threat to our liberties posed by the expansion of forced drugging laws in this special edition of MindFreedom Radio dedicated to the topic of forced outpatient drugging.
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For background, read this recent blog about Texas House Bill 2212: http://www.madinamerica.com/2013/05/oppose-hb2212/
PBS' American Masters series presents Philip Roth: Unmasked, the first film biography of the acclaimed novelist in honor of his 80th birthday. The film explores the life and career of the Pulitzer Prize- and National Book Award-winning novelist Philip Roth, often referred to as the greatest living American writer.
Roth for the first time allowed a journalist to spend 10 days interviewing him on camera at his homes in NYC and Conn. The result is a 90-minute documentary with Roth freely discussing intimate aspects of his life and art as never before, including his unliterary upbringing in Newark, writing process, his psychoanalysis, and the inspiration behind his most famous characters -- Nathan Zuckerman, David Kepesh, Alexander Portnoy, and Mickey Sabbath -- and historical novels. The film premieres Friday, March 29 on PBS.
Film Co-writer/Co-director Livia Manera is an Italian literary journalist specializing in Anglo-American literature. She has interviewed major British and American authors including John Updike, David Foster Wallace, Kurt Vonnegut, Jonathan Franzen, Ian McEwan, Richard Ford, Nicole Krauss, and Philip Roth.
Roth commentator Claudia Roth Pierpont has written for The New Yorker since 1990 on subjects ranging from the Ballets Russes to the Chrysler Building, the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche to that of Mae West.
A collection of eleven of Pierpont’s New Yorker essays, Passionate Minds: Women Rewriting the World, published in 2000, was nominated for a National Book Critics Circle Award. Pierpont has been the recipient of a Whiting Writers’ Award, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and a fellowship at the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers of the NY Public Library.
Played two years at Golden West College...named All-Conference...part of GWC's first bowl team since 1975, defeating Ventura 37-36. Pritchard played and attended High school in Jacksonville, FL at Sandalwood. Pritchard was heavily recruited by Nebraska, Iowa, LSU and other tops schools. Pritchard did not qualify and wnet the Juco route at Golden West College. There he started both right and left tackle then transferred to Bethune Cookman University. Pritchard is the son of Joe Sims for
Internet radio program about the TV scene. Our guests: Roger Bobb, executive producer of The Rickey Smiley Show, premiering Tuesday night on TV One; Janet Murguia, executive producer of the ALMA Awards, running on NB, and WNET Thirteen executive/executive producer Julie Anderson.
Emmy-winning filmmaker Gail Levin explores the Hi De Ho Man on WNET's American Masters "Cab Calloway: Sketches" and visits the Conversation Crossroad radio show. http://conversationcrossroad.com/?p=4168
>> Today, Americas Black Boys: The Chronic, Critical, & Catastrophic State of Affairs and What Can Be Done About It. A must see PBS documentary "Too Important To Fail." "Tavis Smiley Report on Health and Education Disparities among African-American Boys in the United States" LOVE YOUR RESEARCH. Thank you PBS. http://www.pbs.org/wnet/tavissmiley/tsr/too-important-to-fail/?gclid=CKq056a1mqsCFWhgTAodKg7fhw >> The case of Troy Davis, and what we ALL