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  • 01:40

    27outs Live With Joe Jackson From The Dean, Talking Some MiLB..

    in Baseball

    On this Episode Frank and Claudia sit down with Rangers prospect Joe jackson to talk about life on and off the field, and also talk about some MiLB Top players of April. #ComeMeetTheFuture!! #WeAreMiLB

  • 01:03

    Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson

    in Technology

    Tonight Juarez will host "Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host JuarezJackson" as he becomes the Producer, until the end of the Summer. 

  • 00:39

    J.J. Hairston & Youthful Praise on AHWA via NiACOM at 2pm EST today!

    in Christianity

    Gospel singer James "J.J." Hairston is the leader, chief songwriter, and director of the Youthful Praise choir, known for its exuberant, urban-tinged gospel and praise & worship songs. Formed in 2001 out of Turner's Faith Temple in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the choir was originally known as Teens of TFT, and released a debut album, Awesome God, that same year on Evidence Gospel. A second album, Thank You for the Change, which featured a guest spot by Coko, arrived in 2004, followed by Live! The Praise...The Worship, a year later in 2005. Television appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Bobby Jones Gospel, and performances with Joan Osborne, Shirley Caesar, and Destiny's Child increased the choir's visibility and fan base, as did its exuberant, energetic live shows and urban affinities. Exalted, recorded live in Baltimore, Maryland, was released on both CD and DVD in 2007. It would be five years before their next album, After This, arrived in the spring of 2012, with I See Victory following two years later in 2014. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi

  • 01:38

    Is Ignorance The Problem Or White Supremacy ?

    in Real Estate

    Our queston of the day is: Is Ignorance The Problem Or White Supremacy ?


    Today on "It's My House" we have a very special (law study group).........the Nat Turner 2015 vs Underground Railroad Law Clinic.  


    Nat Turner was a slave who started a riot, however it was not well planned with an "end game" in mind. It cost him his life as well as the lives of many others. Mr. Turner was basically LAW ILLITERATE.  Living during the same time frame..........there where other slaves who found ways to become free by becoming LAW LITERATE and when they "applied" their knoweldge the found freedom. Many people (slaves and former slaves) became "law literate" or "legally aware" via the Underground Railroad.


    Rioting is a REACTIVE way to protest.  Becoming Law Literate is a PROACTIVE way to protest.


    Benjamin "Paps" Singleton was a former slave who become "law literate" and became a land baron.


    Some of the HBCU's Historically Black Colleges and Universities protested by establishing schools and universities. 

  • 02:58

    IT'S A WONDERFUL DAY IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD....

    in Entertainment

    It truly is a wonderful day in the neighborhood....


    Welcome to Hammer-Rogers and the morning crew's little corner of the blogtalk world....won't you be his listeners?! 


     along with Program Director, Kelly Corbin, and me, Executive Producer, Ellen Johnson----


    Grab a cup of coffee, tea or cocoa, wipe the sleep from your eyes and come along with us for the wild and crazy---albeit somewhat unpredictable ride, as we inform and entertain you with headline news, celebrity gossip, music and more, and get your day headed in the right direction. If you want to come into the studio, the number is 646-595-3032.


    We would love to have you come into our house, and tell us about your wonderful day.

  • 01:11

    Award Winning Actress - Victoria Rowell

    in Family

    MGN Radio welcomes Victoria Rowell to our show this Wednesday at noon EST. Victoria Rowell is an award-winning actress, international lecturer, holds two doctorates - a teacher, advocate, mother, and former foster youth. She has been recognized by 193 members of Congress for advocacy work on behalf of education, arts, foster and adoptive youth and parents as well as diversity issues.

    Her New York Times bestseller, The Women Who Raised Me," published by HarperCollins Publishers, received literary acclaim. Rowell also enjoys a literary book deal with Simon & Schuster for her popular soap opera novel series.

    Rowell is an Emmy-nominated, NAACP-winning actress, who co-starred with Dick Van Dyke in the prime time television series Diagnosis Murder for VIACOM for eight seasons, as well as starring in Daytime television. Rowell was submitted for a Golden Globe Award, starring opposite Samuel L. Jackson in Home of the Brave.

    Other credits include Law & Order: SVU and other series. She stars in the movie, Marry Me For Christmas and an upcoming feature, What Love Will Make You Do. She has been in multiple films, starring opposite Jim Carrey, Eddie Murphy, Will Smith, Jeff Bridges, Samuel L. Jackson, Beau Bridges, Forest Whitaker and more. Victoria is currently filming opposite The Blacklist/Man of Steel star, Harry Lennix.

    Born in Maine, Rowell was raised on a 60 acre working farm and learned classical ballet from a book. She eventually turned professional and performed with American Ballet Theater (ABT) II and other professional ballet companies.

    Rowell has two adult children, Maya and Jasper. You don't want to miss this show!!! Wednesday at noon EST; 9am PST!


    Victoria Rowell will be the keynote speaker at the 5th Dare 2 Aspire Conference in Atlanta. Register HERE, seats are limited. 

  • 01:08

    Crossing over with the Ancestors

    in Religion

    let talk o the ancestors together.

  • 00:12

    Win or Lose, Thibodeau appears on the way out in Chicago

    in Basketball

    He just coached the Chicago Bulls to a very impressive Game 1 win in Cleveland. He finished off the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 of the first round with a 54-point victory. He has had a surprising level of success the past two seasons despite being without Derrick Rose. He is widely regarded as one of the best tacticians in basketball.


    Yet Tom Thibodeau appears to be on the way out in Chicago.


    Even if he wins a championship.


    How can this be? Is there any precedent?


    To answer to second question first ... you might just remember that Phil Jackson left the Bulls -- and they broke up their dynasty -- in 1998 after winning the NBA title for the sixth time in eight years. At that time, the disconnect between the head coach and the front office was so immense, there was no turning back the dynamiting of one of the greatest teams ever. It made no sense then, and it still makes no sense today ... unless you compare it to a divorce.


    And that is how we answer the first question posed above, in this podcast with WGN Radio in Chicago.

  • 00:48

    NABWIC'S ATL Chapter kickoff with Dr. Revonna Mitchell at the WICERS Conference!

    in Women

    NABWIC speakes with Dr. Revonna Mitchell President of Nabwic's Atlanta Chapter! 


    Jan Prisby Bryson is President & Founder of BenchMark Management, an engineering & construction services firm. Jan has extensive experience in government affairs; in particular she has over 20 years experience promoting minority inclusion in federal, state and municipal governments through her active involvement in social and economic activities. Her successes are demonstrated by the history of the companies she has formed and supported.


    Daphne Bryson Jackson brings over 20 years of experience in community and government relations to her position as founder and principal of GovLink, Inc, a strategic consulting firm providing clients with dynamic strategies to access local government relationships and procurement opportunities. The firm also has extensive experience in crisis communications, fundraising, public/private partnerships and development of effective community/public involvement programs.


    http://wicersatlanta.com/conference-information/


    http://nabwic.org/


    http://www.weiatlanta.com/


     


    atlantachapter@nabwic.org

  • 00:12

    Win or Lose, Thibodeau appears on his way out in Chicago

    in Basketball

    He just coached the Chicago Bulls to a very impressive Game 1 win in Cleveland. He finished off the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 6 of the first round with a 54-point victory. He has had a surprising level of success the past two seasons despite being without Derrick Rose. He is widely regarded as one of the best tacticians in basketball.


    Yet Tom Thibodeau appears to be on the way out in Chicago.


    Even if he wins a championship.


    How can this be? Is there any precedent?


    To answer to second question first ... you might just remember that Phil Jackson left the Bulls -- and they broke up their dynasty -- in 1998 after winning the NBA title for the sixth time in eight years. At that time, the disconnect between the head coach and the front office was so immense, there was no turning back the dynamiting of one of the greatest teams ever. It made no sense then, and it still makes no sense today ... unless you compare it to a divorce.


    And that is how we answer the first question posed above, in this podcast with WGN Radio in Chicago.

  • 00:30

    Tuesday Night Rant - STEVIE MACK RADIO 05 05 2015

    in Comedy

    #StevieMackRadio –Tuesday Night Rant   05 05 2015


    Mon -Thu 10pm (PST)


    Call in 646.716.6113


    Stevie Mack (Writer/Host) takes the news, current events and pop culture, flip it up, slap it and rub it down with an urban edgy twist! Listen in as political pundits Montel Jackson, Bygh Myke and Rev. Al match wits with Stevie Mack on the "Topic of the Night"


    Visit  http://www.steviemack.com


    Follow  http://www.twitter.com/ComicStevieMack