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  • 01:45

    Seattle's Ground Zero Anti Nuclear Movement, Occupy and 1960s Resistance

    in Culture

    In the 1960s, resistors of the draft had no cell phones, social websites or even broad range fame.  Many were scorned.  How did they organize?  Many were thrown in jail, federal prison and fled the country.  Their resistance permeated civil rights, the Vietnam War, the Farmers United Workers movement (organizing Unions), etc.  Father Lawrence Rosebaugh was a part of all of this.  Tonight, we will take his book and compare experience from his life including him illegally climbing into a Georgia army base and talk about the difference of resistance movement of the 1960s-80s to todays movements of Occupy and Black Lives Matter.

    We will also discuss other movements like Cindy Sheehan's despair over her son, Casey's death.  Code Pink was involved with war resistance.

    In the 1980s Ground Zero established close ties with Nipponzan Myohoji, a pacifist Buddhist order from Japan, who worked with the Ground Zero community to build a peace pagoda. Unfortunately, the peace pagoda was never completed due to repeated denials for a land-use permit from the Kitsap County Board of Commissioners. Members of the greater Kitsap community also voiced their rejection of the proposed building in local newspapers. In May 1982 a temporary geodesic dome, which had been used for the monks' religious ceremonies, was destroyed in an act of arson. A stupa was later erected on the grounds as a memorial.  http://archiveswest.orbiscascade.org

    To Wisdom Through Failure

    A Journey of Compassion, Resistance and Hope

    by Larry Rosebaugh, OMI

  • 02:50

    How Real Estate Speculators Cheated Blacks Out Of Their Homes in 1960s Chicago

    in Culture

    Listen to The Michael Imhotep Show, Tues. Sept., 22nd, 10pm-12midnight EST with host Michael Imhotep of The African History Network. We’ll discuss “How Real Estate Speculators Cheated Blacks Out Of Their Homes in 1960s Chicago”!!! CALL IN WITH Questions/Comments at 1-888-669-2281.  POST YOUR COMMENTS.  WE MAY READ THEM ON AIR.  Listen online at http://tunein.com/radio/Empowerment-Radio-Network-s199313/ or by downloading the "TuneIn Radio" app to your smartphone and search for "Empowerment Radio Network" or at www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com.

  • 00:59

    the 1960s

    in Entertainment

    GROOVY The Geeks head back to the 1960s

  • 01:03

    #RussellMania - The man, the activist, the coach

    in Basketball

    We discuss Bill Russell's childhood, college career, life off the court, post-playing career and his extensive civil rights activism with Dr. Aram Goudsouzian, author of King of the Court: Bill Russell and the Basketball Revolution. We discuss the events of Russell's childhood that shaped his life including his mother's death when he was 12, the unique way he developed his game on defensive, his time at the University of San Francisco, the significance of him rejecting the Harlem Globetrotters and blazing a trail for black NBA superstars, how he dealt with racism among fans and media members, speaking out against NBA quotas of black players, visiting Mississippi during the Freedom Summer in 1964, his views on Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X, writing a Sports Illustrated article in support of Muhammad Ali, his work to support integration in Boston schools, why he opposed signing autographs and rejected the Basketball Hall of Fame, his post-playing life trying to break into Hollywood, and his stints coaching the Seattle Supersonics in the 1970s and Sacramento Kings in the late 1980s, and much more.

  • 00:14

    Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ‎– Man Here Plays Fine Piano / Hora Staccato

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


    Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ‎– Man Here Plays Fine Piano / Hora Staccato




    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ‎– Man Here Plays Fine Piano / Hora Staccato

    Label: Columbia ‎– 37207

    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 

    Released: Jan 1947

    Genre: Jazz

    A: Man Here Plays Fine Piano

    Chorus – Eve Young Composers Bushkin , De Vries


    Eva Nadauld (September 1, 1923 – November 3, 2010), known professionally as Eve Young early in her career, and later as Karen Chandler, was an American singer of popular music during the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, best known for her 1952 hit, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me". She made her national debut on Benny Goodman's NBC radio showcase on July 8, 1946, singing "I Don't Know Why", and became the Goodman Orchestra's featured vocalist for the remainder of that year,

    B: Hora Staccato

    Composers Dinicu, Heifetz

  • 02:01

    A Discussion on the Black Power Movement in America

    in Culture

    Black Power is a political slogan and a name for various associated ideologies aimed at achieving self determination for people of African descent. It is used by African Americans in the United States. It was prominent in the late 1960s and early 1970s, emphasizing racial pride and the creation of black political and cultural institutions to nurture and promote black collective interests and advance black values.

    "Black Power" expresses a range of political goals, from defense against racial oppression, to the establishment of social institutions and a self-sufficient economy.

    Todays program will examine the BPM  in order to understand its purpose and success.  What were the goals and objectives of the movement?  Who was involved and why?  What is the impact of the BPM on the political, economicäl, and social agenda for African Americans today?  Is the movement still in operation today? These and other ideas concerning The Black Power Movement will be discussed.

    Program Host:  Dr. William Rogers

  • 02:04

    Who Did It To You? Roundtable Discussion with Sis Pamela and Dr James Jones

    in Current Events

    Richard B. Muhammad is editor-in-chief of The Final Call, the only nationally distributed weekly Black-owned newspaper in Black America. The Final Call (www.finalcall.com), published by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, follows in the tradition of Muhammad Speaks, the groundbreaking publication published by the Nation in the 1960s and 1970s. Muhammad became Final Call editor in 2009.

    Houston is in the midst of an unbelievable deluge, with already more rainfall in a single day than any hurricane to ever hit the hurricane-prone city. The National Weather Service has called Monday’s flooding “historic.” 

    Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice..... The consequences of repearted relationship failure upon Black Women

    I have a significant issue with African-American women who publicly issue the following loaded statement, “there are no good Black men left.” So I am certain that you can imagine that my blood pressure gradually rose to stroke level as I watched a recent episode of the Steve Harvey show dedicated to interracial dating.

    Police handcuffed multiple students, ages 6 to 11, at a public elementary school in Murfreesboro TN on Friday, inspiring public outcry and adding fuel to already heightened tensions between law enforcement and communities of color nationwide.

  • 00:30

    Hillary v. Bernie - Who Gets the TKO? Tonight at 11:30 - AFTER the Debate

    in Politics

    BIG Debate in Brooklyn, NY - TONIGHT - Between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bernie Sanders - JUST ahead of New York's Primary, where there are a whopping 291 Pledged Delegates up for grabs.

    The Dems distribute Delegates proportionally - so, no matter who wins on Tuesday, they will BOTH walk away with Pledged Delegates.

    Hillary has 1307 PLEDGED Delegates, and 469 Super Delegates for a total of 1776 (Nice Patriotic Number). She is 220 PLEDGED Delegates ahead of Bernie (his total pledged are 1087), and with her Supers, she is way ahead of Bernie with a total of 658 MORE Delegates than Bernie.

    She is ALSO WAY AHEAD of him in popular votes, with 2,500,000 MORE votes.

    NY will NOT be the decider, but it IS important due to the "yuuuuuuge" number of Pledged Delegates.

    Both candidates are technically from NY. Hillary has lived there for more than 16 years - 8 of which she served the State as one of their U.S. Senators.

    Bernie was born in Brooklyn, but has not lived in NY State since the mid 1960s, and, in fact, is a U.S. Senator from Vermont.

    This debate could decide who will get the MOST delegates, and how many - so watch the debate starting at 9:00 p.m. on CNN or your TV service provider, or stream it LIVE for free on CNN.com.

    The join me - LIVE - at 11:30 Tonight to see who "won" the debate, and to discuss the finer points of the two candidates.


  • 01:50


    in Motivation


    Dave points out that the relationship between you and government likely isn't what you think it is! 

    PART TWO ANARCHY USA: IN THE NAME OF CIVIL RIGHTS This amazing documentary was forgotten for many years. Although it was produced in 1965 at the height of the civil-rights movement, it is far from being out of date. It provides lessons and insights that could not have been appreciated almost five decades ago.
    ANRCHY USA: IN THE NAME OF CIVIL RIGHTS is not about blacks vs. whites, instead of merely telling the story of the 1960s riots, this is about what preceded those riots, who wanted them to happen, how they were organized, and what they were intended to accomplish. The focus is not merely on racial issues but on how any difference between groups of citizens can be used to manipulate them into acts of self-destruction.

  • 01:07

    #RussellMania - Celtics vs. Hawks in the Finals

    in Basketball

    We are joined once again by Adam Criblez to discuss the rivalry between the Boston Celtics and the St. Louis Hawks in the late 1950s and early 1960s, continuing our #RussellMania series dedicated to Bill Russell. We go through the Celtics vs. Hawks NBA Finals battles from 1957, 1958, 1960 and 1961, and talk about some of the great performances and players on both sides of the rivalry, one of the greatest Game 7s in NBA history, why the Russell for Cliff Hagan and Ed Macauley trade wasn’t as one-sided as you might think, Bob Pettit delivering one of the best series-clinching games ever, the Celtics’ stability contrasting with the ever-changing Hawks, why the Hawks ended up failing in St. Louis, and thoughts on Red Auerbach, Tom Heinsohn, Slater Martin, Alex Hannum, Bob Cousy, Bill Sharman, Sam Jones, Clyde Lovellette and Lenny Wilkens, among many others.

  • 00:45

    The Wild West Showdown with J.C. Hulsey: Episode 44

    in Entertainment

    J.C. Hulsey has lived in Midlothian, Texas for thirty years. He's a father, grandfather, and great-grandfather. He has been married for 55 years. He enjoys Western movies and TV Shows, (especially the older ones) and reading about Mail-Order Brides. He is also the owner of six cats (all stray cats, showed up on the back porch) and one dog (rescue dog) He worked for 33 years at Bell Helicopter. He served in the USAF for five years, and the Air National Guard for four years. 

    He started writing songs in his early twenties. He recorded a couple of songs in the late 1960s. He started writing poetry in the 1970s to share with others. He self-published them on Amazon in 2013. He still felt the need to write something different. He tried writing a book in the 1970s, but it was never finished. In 2014, he felt the urge to write a western novel. However, he needed something different than what was on the market. This weeks music is by Jerry Webb & Guyanne McCall. Poem by Juanita Willey read by The Old Cowboy, and our very special guest is bestselling author Dr David Watts who is popping in to talk about his new book "The Lucifer Connection," available now on Amazon.

    What about a young Christian Gunfighter? 

    He now has 23 books