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  • 02:39

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Ishmael Tetteh, The African Mystic

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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. Jabari Alii, musician, composer, joins us to talk about his classical piano music album and the concert tonight in Alameda. Support his campaign: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/my-debut-classical-piano-album

    2. Cheryl Lyn Bruce, portrays, "Shelah" in Tarell Alvin McCraney's "Head of Passes" at Berkeley Rep through May 24.

    3. Brother Ishmael Tetteh, the Mystic of West Africa visits California May 17-June 7. He joins us to speak about his "Organic Spirituality Tour: Nature's Transmutation Works." Visit .http://conscioushumanity.org/events-2/bit-us-tour-schedule/


  • 00:45

    Really Early Morning with Kp 4-23-15... "Awakenings"

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    Show link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2015/04/23/really-early-morning-with-kp-4-23-15-awakenings

    Talked about (among other things I may have left out):

    The 4-20-15 journey to Kilauea, what happened, and energetic results.
    The events on Mauna Kea, and how the group went to O’ahu to share the message over there.
    Letter from Ali`i Nui Mo`i Edmund K. Silva, Jr., at the Kingdom of Hawai’i blog.
    Lanny Sinkin’s interview with RT.
    The rising of energies on the Islands, and the movement towards re-energizing the Kingdom, and possibilities.
    Why what is happening with Mauna Kea, the islands, is important for the entire planet, the galaxy, and the cosmos.

    (note: if a commercial comes on at the beginning, just click that speaker looking icon to mute for 30-65 seconds, then unmute.]

    MP3 download link: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2015/04/23/really-early-morning-with-kp-4-23-15-awakenings.mp3

    [Pre-show notes: “We shall see…”]

  • 02:59

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show: Rafiki Wellness w/Nicholas Bearde;First Edition Encore

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    Our first guest is Joy Elan, poet, writer, activist, from Oakland and Berkeley, CA. She received her undergraduate degree in African American Studies at UC Berkeley and her graduate degree in Education at Stanford University. She has taught at a community college and is currently working with urban youth in the San Francisco Bay Area.  http://joyelan.webs.com/ Next we speak to Nicholas Bearde, singer, and Perry L. Lang, Executive Director of Black Coalition on AIDS and Rafiki Wellness about their collaboration this Sunday, June 1, in a new concert series at Rafiki Wellness Center, 601 Cesar Chavez Street, San Francisco, 415-615-9945, http://www.bcoa.org/ and http://www.nicolasbearde.com/  Julia Chigamba and DeLisa Branch-Nealy join us for an encore conversation about Chinyakare's recent performance in Washington DC and the company's upcoming show next week, June, 7, 2014, 9 p.m., at Ashkanaz Music and Dance Center in Berkeley. http://www.chinyakare.com/ We close with First Edition lead musician Damu Sudii Alii and his son, Jabari Alii, featured guest this weekend at an encore performance at thr 57th Street Gallery in Oakland, Sat., May 31, 2014, 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Tickets $15. https://www.facebook.com/FirstEditionTrio and http://www.57thstreetgallery.com/

  • 00:38

    Interview with Lanny Sinkin (Ali`i Mana`o Nui), Part 2 of 2, 10-14-14, 7PM HST

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    For Part 2 MP3, download here.

    In this part of the interview, Mr. Sinkin describes how he became acquanted with Ali`i Nui Mo`i Edmund K. Silva, Jr. (the King), how he helped to get him released from prison, and his contributions to and involvement with the Kingdom of Hawai'i, as envisioned by Ali`i Nui Mo`i Edmund K. Silva, Jr.

    The date of this interview was 10-10-14.

    Note: the length of this Part is actually 36:32, so if you are listening live via phone, I believe it may cut off (or maybe the web radio player cuts off) at 30 minutes. In any event, the entire show may be downloaded via the MP3 link below, and via a higher quality MP3 link, which I will provide after the show ends.

    MP3 Download link (available after show ends): http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2014/10/15/interview-with-lanny-sinkin-alii-manao-nui-part-2-of-2-10-14-14-7pm-hst.mp3

    Music, "E Ala E" (© Mountain Apple Company) is available here (Lanny informed me this was one of his favorite Hawai'ian pieces).

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    Interview with Lanny Sinkin (Ali`i Mana`o Nui), Part 1 of 2, 10-13-14, 7PM HST

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    My apologies for the audio "challenges" with this show, as I could not sign in to the "studio" to start the "already uploaded and ready-to-go" show. However, a link to the original HIGH QUALITY MP3 of this show is below. Please feel free to download, or click to play in your browser...


    In this part of the interview, Mr. Sinkin discusses his background (education, legal, political, and spiritual), what led him to come to Hawaii, his legal efforts in Hawaii to protect sea life and the environment, and his initial involvement in the Hawaiian sovereignty movement, up until the time he learned about Ali`i Nui Mo`i Edmund K. Silva, Jr.

    The date of this interview was 10-10-14.

    Show MP3 Download link (available after show ends): http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kpradiohawaii/2014/10/15/interview-with-lanny-sinkin-alii-manao-nui-part-1-of-2-10-13-14-7pm-hst.mp3

    Music, "E Ala E" (© Mountain Apple Company) is available here (Lanny informed me this was one of his favorite Hawai'ian pieces).

  • 00:30

    Late Night with Kp 9-6-14...

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    This show covered "the Energies", the Q&A doc from Ali`i Nui Mo`i Edmund K. Silva, Jr., the journey I took yesterday, the situation regarding the lava flow from Pu'u 'O'o at Kilauea, and who knows what else.

    It also touched on the recent VT Radio “Breaking News”, and a couple of posts that have come out recently from Lada Ray.

    Download this show

    Mentioned these articles:

    Lada Ray article 1; article 2

    VT "Breaking News" article

    Ali`i Nui Mo`i Edmund K. Silva, Jr., 9-2-14… “Q&A”

    http://kingdomofhawaii.info (Kingdom main website)


  • 01:00

    Mudrost Almine

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  • 01:50

    Wanda's Picks Radio Show

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    We open with an interview with author, Doris I. Mangrum, whose A Soiled Identity: From Triumph to Tragedy and Back Again, tells the story of Darnell Cookson, former Marine and former felon as he rejoins society. However, this is not a typical rehabilitation story. Told in the protagonist's voice as if we were seated in his home one evening getting to know one another, we meet Darnell just as he arrives home from prison to new wife, new child and many relationships he has to restore, like that between he and his two older daughters by a prior marriage, and his kid brother who is making a bit too much money fast. Darnell tries to hold his head up when applications are rejected and interviews have no follow-up calls, but it is hard. Darnell's reentry is a community venture; each chapter ends with what Mangrum calls, "Choice Moments" where her audience gets to imagine a "what if?" In "Live Your Life," the reader is invited to learn from Darnell's experiences while we also gear up to participate in an "Idea Infusion," which per chapter is a way to make the returning veteran or prisoner feel welcome and supported (171). Visit https://www.facebook.com/LetsSaidiana

    Musicians Damu Sudii Alii and Paul Tillman Smith join us to talk about the music, of course, but also a wonderful music series in two Oakland resturants. The Wednesday & Sunday, Jazz Jams sessions are free and open to professional musicians to sit in on and play. www.chumpchange.com

    The Village of Peace (SFJFF 2014) tells the story of the Hebrew Israelites, African Americans who moved from America to establish a home in Israel. Directors and producers join us this morning to close the show: Ben Schuder, Director/Producer and his brother Sam Schuder, Producer. www.villageofpeacemovie.com


  • 02:30


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    TUNE INTO CIVIL ALERT RISING 360! with Sis. SentAsha KeyAma-Joy EL.There will be commentary regarding Eric Garner's tragic murder that occured on July 17, 2014 via the hands and knees of the New York Police-Mercenaries. Thereafter there will be a commeration about Prophet Drew Ali who transpired on July 20, 1929.  Thereafter, there will be an ENCORE replay of the 2013 Stare Decisis Roundtable.  Roundtable panelists include Bro. Q. Bey, Priest Bro. Eliyshuwah Yahweh,  and Bro. Chayil Yahweh. 


    Subject-Matter: Religion/Cointelpro 'NYPD Muslim Surveillance Program' 
    Raza vs. CITY OF NEW YORK (Mayor Bloomberg et alii) - 13-CV-3448 (PKC) (JMA) 
    Complaint: https://www.aclu.org/sites/default/files/assets/nypd_surveillance_complaint_-_final_06182013_1.pdf

    Subject-Matter: Police Terrorism/Human Trafficking via Color-of-Law
    Gerard Papa, et ali vs City of New York - 82 N.Y.2d 918 (1994)
    Article: http://www.newyorkinjurycasesblog.com/files/2013/03/2d-Dept-1993.pdf
    Order:  http://scholar.google.com/scholar_case?case=17967215867117433924&q=gerard+papa+vs+city+of+new+york&hl=en&as_sdt=80006

    Subject-matter: Wrongful Foreclosure
    U.S. Bank Nat’l Ass’n vs.  Ibanez  
    Harvard Law Review:  http://www.harvardlawreview.org/media/pdf/vol125_us_bank_national.pdf
    Syllabus:  http://www.hinckleyallen.com/content/uploads/publications/458_mass_637.pdf
    Slip Opinion: http://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/us-bank-na-v-ibanez-slip-opinion-s-91784/

    Civil Alert Rising 360
    Informative, Engaging & 3rd Eye Opening
    858.357.8450 Option 1 to Ask/Speak

  • 02:33

    Wanda's Picks Radio Special: World Water Day & Jazz

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    We will open with Damu Sudi Alii and Jabari Alii, featured artist with First Edition which is performing Sat., March 22, 2014, 8:30 p.m. at the 57th Street Gallery in Oakland. See https://www.facebook.com/FirstEditionTrio/info  At 8:30 Danny Nguyen joins us to talk about World Water Day and his composition, “DANCE THE BLEU”, the College of Alameda's Dance Department and Nguyen Dance Company performance, co-sponsored by Oakland Sister Cities International Da Nang, Saturday March 22nd, 7pm. Free Admission in the College of Alameda Dance Studio, G-111. See http://alameda.peralta.edu/danny-nguyen/  At 9 a.m. Scottish playwright Linda McLean joins us to talk about Every Five Minutes which is going up at the Magic Theatre next week 3/26-4/20/2014. See http://www.aoiagency.com/2010/11/mclean-linda/We close at 9:30 a.m. with an interview with Yeye Luisah Teish who will tell us about the Moisture, The Water Cycle Continues. . . A Ritual Theatre Performance, 7-9 p.m. at La Pena Cultural Center, 3105 Shattuck Avenue, in Berkeley, Sunday, March 23, 2014, (510) 849-2568. Visit http://lapena.org/event/moisture-the-water-cycle-continues-2/