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A special show with our interviews with Grandmother Rev. Robin Youngblood. Recently seen and heard worldwide on the Katy Curic show after the Washington state mudslide of 2014. This tribute to our beloved Grandmother Rev. Youngblood is to help her and the Church of the Earth get your donations to the needed families of the Washington State mudslide. Many families lost everything including loved ones.
For donations contact directly to http://www.churchoftheearth.org/
Medicine walk Radio sends its blessings to all and hope to inspire you by getting to know Rev. Robin Youngblood and her path to this moment. This is a compilation of our past few years of interviews with Rev. Youngblood from the blessing of the land to the present day loss of the land.
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This episode of Kiler Davenport Live tonight is a pre-recorded interview of Mary Youngblood A LITTLE INFORMATION ABOUT MARY YOUNGBLOOD: Native American Mary Youngblood, half Seminole and half Aleut, is the first woman to professionally record the Native American Flute, and the first woman to win not just one, but two Grammy Awards for "Best Native American Music Album". About her second Grammy Award, Silver Wave Records said, "...Mary Youngblood has always had the talent to stan
September we are launching our Let the Men Speak Thursdays, with The Power to series. Tune in as Apostle Duane Youngblood discusses The Power to Be. What does it mean to BE. When we are so driven by doing. Apostle Youngblood will share his thoughts on the topic, The Power to Be.
Special Editiion of WTH she said Tuesdays ( We apologize for the technical difficulties during the show tonight)
Special Tribute to my Sons Father "Johnathan Corey Youngblood"
What is expected once a loved one passes away?!
Children without parents by Force not by Choice.
Hosted by @BrwnbabyCoco and @MissEP_Ciara
Music Mix by: @DJ_TruStory
Spirit Journeys radio is about embracing the fact that each of us is on our own unique journey. We must encourage and care for ourselves on a daily basis in order to remain on the path. Spirit Journeys radio will provide the necessary nourishment. There will be servings of wisdom and coaching from Rita, and the entrée will consist of the questions and comments from you, the listener, as you share your journey experiences. This show is designed for you to feed and heal your Mind, Body and Spirit.
SPIRIT JOURNEYS radio, hosted by Rita Ricks, is pleased to feature guest Robert T. “YB” Youngblood this Tuesday evening. Rob’s mission is to make a difference in the lives of others by empowering and developing leaders all around the world. He’s known by many as a connector, speaker, trainer and go-giver who uses his God Given talents to impact others in a positive way, everyday and he enjoys pouring love into his awesome wife and two daughters. Rob has lots of journey lessons to share with us, so please plan to listen in.
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On March 23, the day before the Reason Rally, hundreds of atheists converged on Capitol Hill as part of the Secular Coalition for America’s lobby day. Joining us with a follow-up report on that momentous event will be Lauren Anderson Youngblood, Communications Manager of the Secular Coalition. She'll also tell us about the Secular Coalition's plans for the upcoming year, and share her insight about the Coalition's new executive director, Edwina Rogers -- a seasoned Republican lobbyist.
Co-hosting is Al Stefanelli, the Georgia State Director of American Atheists (a member of the Secular Coalition) and prolific author. Al's latest book is Free Thoughts - A Collection Of Essays By An American Atheist, a collection of 60 of Al's most-requested magazine, newspaper and Internet articles. We'll talk with Al about his new book and today's social-political issues.
Lauren joined the Secular Coalition in 2011, bringing with her several years experience in journalism, marketing writing and web editing. A New York native, Lauren studied Journalism and Political Science at Howard University, and Middle Eastern history at Tel Aviv University in Israel. As a journalist her work has appeared in various publications including the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post and Congressional Quarterly.
Al began writing in 1985, starting with the New York Times. In 1993 he joined a McClatchy newspaper, writing a weekly column for ten years. His writing continues to be widely distributed on the Internet and in print. Al is a former Southern Baptist Pastor and today is a popular atheist activist.
Shannon is thrilled to have choreographer, Kristin Mancini, as her guest this week. Kristin studied dance with the Richmond Ballet, Riverdance touring company, Broadway Dance Center, Steps on Broadway and The Edge. She earned a B.F.A. in dance and choreography from Virginia Commonwealth University's distinguished dance program. Kristin has worked with an impressive list of dancers and choreographers including Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio, Barry Youngblood, Avron & Savion Glover, Chris Judd, Bella Lewisky, David Howard and Debbie Allen.
Kristin has enjoyed great success as a choreographer, winning a plethora of awards for the many show choirs with which she has worked and the wide variety of dance teams and studio dancers she has taught. She has also acted as an adjudicator for both show choir and dance competitions. Some of her former students have gone on to perform in Cirque du Soleil, Broadway, professional dance teams and prestigious ballet companies.
The Authentic Woman is a weekly radio show, hosted by women's rights leader Shannon Fisher. The show delves deeply into the worlds of writers, artists, celebrities and community leaders, discovering their personal inspiration and passions. Find Shannon Fisher on the web: Facebook - Twitter - The Authentic Woman.
This podcast is owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Thanks to our sponsor and website professional Michael Lowndes at www.pmlmedia.com.
in Self Help
Please join me Monday 06/09/14 @ 8:30 PM EST Call In #917-932-1078 for the CAPBuilder Talk radio show where we will discuss Young Entrepreneurs - This Is How They Do It. Joining me this episode is Danette Makaila, Speaker, author and fashion designer that started a Fashion Design business and Remington Youngblood that started a Non-Profit that shows our appreciation to our soldiers and veterans. I am really excited about learning from these two young people about how they got started and how they keep going.
We are also going to talk with Stacy Vaughn and Angela Stalcup the creators of the Tadpole Tank a youth entrepreneurship program that will be starting at the APEX museum later this month.
If you have an entrepreneur child they need to listen in on this show!
Born Emmit Ellis, Jr. in Homer, Louisiana, Rush was the son of Ellis Sr. and Mattie Ellis. His father was a pastor whose guitar and harmonica playing provided early musical influences. As a young child he began experimenting with music using a sugar-cane syrup-bucket and a broom-wire diddley bow. Around 1946, he and the family moved to Pine Bluff, Arkansas where his father took on the pastorate of a church. It was here that Rush would become friends with Elmore James, slide-player Boyd Gilmore (Elmore's cousin), and piano-player Moose John Walker; eventually forming a band to support his singing, as well as harp and guitar playing.
Still a teen, Rush donned a fake moustache to play in local juke joints with the band fascinated by enthusiasm of the crowds. His family relocated to Chicago in 1953 where he became part of the local blues scene in the following decade.
It was in the early 1970s that his self-penned "Chicken Heads" cracked the Billboard R&B chart on Galaxy, after being picked up from a small label started by former Vee Jay Records producer, Calvin Carter (#34, 1971). He later recorded with leading black music label, Philadelphia International, releasing his first album, Rush Hour produced by Leon Huff, with one track, I Wanna Do The Do also charting in 1979 .
In the early 1980s, he moved to Jackson, Mississippi, where he recorded a series of records for the LaJam label, Malaco's Waldoxy imprint, and in 2003, his own Deep Rush label with partner Greg Preston, a former Malaco Records executive. 2004's FolkFunk was a return to a more rootsier sound, featuring guitarist Alvin Youngblood Hart. He appeared in the film, The Road to Memphis which is part of the series The Blues, produced by Martin Scorsese. Rush was also a judge for the second annual Independent Music Awards to support independent artists' career
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Single-minded in his goal of Taking Over The World, Terry Simms share his plots, his plans, and his contingencies with you exclusively here. Ok, semi-exclusively - we all know you can't keep this guy quiet! Not just a wrestling show, Terry and his minions will certainly be entertaining, whether the topic is Sports, Politics, Conspiracies, or anything else. You don't want to miss out on World Domination with Terry Simms!
Tonight, Terry welcomes WCCW / GWF / WCW Star CHRIS YOUNGBLOOD.
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