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  • 00:59

    The Cycle of Abuse

    in Religion

    Irene Thuku and Pst Lucy Chege will enlighten us on why an adult choses to stay in an abusive relationship even after going through emotional and physical scarring. They will give tips on how to deal with abusive situations. Listen live at: 8PM EDT, 7PM CDT, 6 PM MDT, 5 PM PDT: at 619-393-2852 or listen live/archived at: http://pinnacleofpraiseshow.com/new/


    Thanks. Beatrice Ndura – Host

  • 01:20

    PMS…Breaking the Cycle of Physical,Mental, and Sexual Abuse

    in Christianity

    Join Joan Taylor and Pastor Renee Roberts  Tonight @ 9pm for a brand new series.


     


     


     


    PMS...Breaking the Cycle of Physical, Mental, Sexual Abuse.


    We keep it Real, Raw, and Relevant by discussing topics that impact your today. 


     


    Seeds of Faith Ministries is a non-profit organization. It’s because of the donations of faithful listeners, advertisers, and sponsors like you, that we are able minister the Word of God weekly on Blog-Talk Radio. Our mission is to Empower, Encourage, and Enrich the lives of people worldwide to be everything that God has created you to be. Sow a Seed, make your donations on joantaylor.org. Be the Blessing and watch God Transform lives.


    Amazing Blessings & Love,


    Joan & Renee

  • 01:31

    Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1106

    in Self Help

    Tonight's special guest is Elisabeth Corey from Richmond, Virginia, a returning NAASCA family member who is a survivor of severe childhood sex abuse and trafficking. She's here to talk about her new web site and services at: BeatingTrauma.com. "My childhood was not a childhood, she explains. "In my family, men had sex with little girls. It was our normal. It was our culture. And it was generational. My parents grew up with it. Their parents grew up with it. Most of the victims in our family didn't even remember it because the trauma caused memory loss. We were a family of traumatized individuals who were doing whatever it took to survive .. usually at the expense of the others." Elisabeth goes on, "My parents, uncles and grandparents started sexually abusing me when I was 2 years old. This was necessary to break me. I was indoctrinated in to a way of life. I was brainwashed. But there was a problem. As I got older, they realized I was a talker. They had not successfully broken me. I was actually telling people. The good news for them .. nobody believed me." Over the years, Elisabeth has worked with many organizations on advocacy, and now offers services herself at BeatingTrauma.com. She focuses on trauma theory, research and practice, but from a survivor perspective. She includes interviews with other survivors and guest blog posts from clinicians.

  • 02:29

    April Taylor of Your Black World Interview

    in Culture

    Tuesday, June 2nd, 10pm EST  Listen to the The African History Network Show 10:00pm-12midnight EST (7:00pm-9:00pm PST) with host Michael Imhotep founder of The African History Network.  Our guest April Taylor of Your Black World to discuss hot topics from their website dealing with Police Brutality, Racism and more.  We’ll also discuss current events and hot topics on our Facebook Fanpage “The African History Network”.   CALL IN WITH QUESTIONS/COMMENTS & LISTEN AT (914) 338-1375.  Listen online LIVE and the archived show here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theafricanhistorynetworkshow/2015/06/03/april-taylor-of-your-black-world-interview or www.AfricanHistoryNetwork.com

  • 02:02

    ISIS, The JV Team? Navy Veteran & Author Curtis "CS" Bennett

    in Politics Conservative

    This show is dedicated to Marine Cpl. Sara A. Medina who died in the crash with Capt. Dustin R. Lukasiewicz, 29, a helicopter pilot from Harlan, Neb.; Capt. Christopher L. Norgren, 31, a pilot from Sedgwick, Kan.; Sgt. Ward M. Johnson IV, 29, a crew chief from Seminole, Fla.; Sgt. Eric M. Seaman, 30, a crew chief from Riverside, Calif.; and Lance Cpl. Jacob A. Hug, a combat videographer from Maricopa, Ariz. The two Nepalese soldiers who died were Tapendra Rawal and Basanta Titara.


    Defending the Republic with Annie "The Radio Chick" and Dan, of Pundit Press Radio is an ongoing discussion of recent events, issues and the upcoming elections.


    Special Guest: Curtis Bennett, Author hails from Philadelphia, Pa and currently resides in Florida. Prior navy, he served honorably aboard the nuclear aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and the conventional carrier USS Saratoga. CS is a decorated Gulf War veteran (Desert Shield/Desert Storm). He also has earned a BS degree in Social Science from Bethel College (now university), a BA degree in Criminal Justice from the University of North Florida and a BA degree in Political Science from the University of North Florida. He graduated with honors (Magna Cum Laude) and is a member of the National Political Science Honor Society (Pi Sigma Alpha). Author has worked in the food management/service, Naval Intelligence, and Child Protective Services fields. CS loves to swim,cook, surf the Net, read and write. He has written several romance/adventure novels, military action novels, and books about his work in Child Protective Services. He's also written a powerful book based on politics. His latest book is "The Sacrifical Ram"


    http://theoriginalradicals.com/


    https://www.facebook.com/CSBennettFromPhilly/info


    It's a battle of Conservative values and principles in defense of our Republic!

  • 01:01

    Inside The Game with NFL Veteran Marques Douglas...

    in Podcasting

    Inside the game of Football in the NFL with Marques Douglas who knows his way around the landscape of the game, sidelines, and the lockerrooms. 

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  • 00:09

    MUSICDRAMATV: Talks Should social media ever be used for disciplining your child

    in Education

    Publicly Shaming Our Kids – Good Parenting or Emotional Abuse?


    Should social media ever be used for disciplining your child?


    should children be publicly disciplined? To me, it’s a bit reminiscent of days long ago where there were public floggings and people were put in stocks in front of the whole town. Does the world need to know your child has done something worthy of punishment? Does public embarrassment and humiliation take the place now of course correcting your child in lieu of the good old-fashioned idea of taking away a favorite like the computer or Internet access.. MUSICDRAMATV.NET 


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  • 01:52

    History Today

    in News

    On this Memorial Day memorial edition of History Today, your host Paul Angel, managing editor of The Barnes Review revisionist history magazine, and Dave Gahary, host of Who's the Bad Guy?, will be discussing various news and history topics.


    In honor of the troops who fought and died for America and the real causes of war and the forces behind war and whether or not any of the wars in which America has engaged over the past 200 years have been in any way necessary or to the benefit of the people of this nation. We will be discussing War of 1812, Spanish-American War, Civil War, the World Wars, Vietnam War and the War on Terror and how those that pay the greatest price in wars are ones that benefit the least.

  • 00:10

    “Booker T. Washington And Africa, The Making of A Pan Africanist.”

    in Education

    Join The Gist of Freedom as welcome author Dr. Tyrene Wright,  “Booker T. Washington And Africa, The Making of A Pan Africanist.”


    A Booker T. Washington scholar, Dr. Wright takes a different approach to examining Washington and the Tuskegee model. Her research focuses on Booker T. Washington's role and relationship with African people and Africa which argues that Washington's role was to promote sustainable agriculture, and economic models amongst African communities worldwide. She is the author of Booker T. Washington and Africa (forthcoming) which is the first book of its kind, and covers two international policy cases: The Liberian Crisis, and the African Exclusion Measure, where Washington proves himself to be an adept Pan-Africanist and negotiator for African people.


     


    About Author:
    Tyrene Wright PhD., is a scholar, human rights activist, producer, poet and founder of African Women for Africa, an international non-government organization. She holds a B.S. in History from Tuskegee University, a Master's of Arts in History with a concentration in Modern Africa from the City University of New York, and a Ph.D. from the Union Institute & University in Public Policy. Tyrene has held various appointments throughout the City University of New York, specifically John Jay College for Criminal Justice, City College, La Guardia Community College, and York College. After teaching for the University of Cheikh Anta Diop (Dakar University) in Dakar, Senegal she returned to the U.S. and founded African Women for Africa, an organization designed to provide health literacy to African women throughout the African World.

  • 02:00

    Black WallStreet - They don't want us to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps.

    in Entertainment

    Now that #CaitlynJenner is done derailing Black WallStreet day, we can talk about the real issues. 

    In The Headlines. 
    1. Break through in menstrual hygiene. 


    2. Elementary school kitchen manager fired for giving students without money free lunch


    3. Growth in green energy jobs outpaces coal industry losses


    4. Presidential candidate and former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) has a unique take on transgender rights. 


    5. Fracking Bans Are No Longer Allowed In Oklahoma


    And more. 

    From there, we'll go into the history of Black WallStreet. 

    It's Tuesday, so we'll have the Green News Report and more.