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Join Prince Pierre on Yo Momma Black radio giving it how it should. Why are we the ones getting shot? Let's answer that questions, what are we to the government. And let's talk Eric Garner and more. And what can or will we do! We are going to be hearing it straight from Prince Pierre.
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Monday: Relationship Show - With Renee & Dawah
Wednesday: Run Down With Renee - With Renee
Thursday: Prince Pierre
Saturday: Organise Or Perish Show - With Marcus
Sunday: P.A.S.T. (Problems and Solutions Training) - With Peter
Welcome to "REAL TALK with the Number One Doctors!" Rev. Dr. Floyd Harris, Jr. and Dr. Jean Kennedy are human and civil rights activists who cover news and offer viewpoints on issues of concern. Together with co-host, Mary Neal, their mission is to educate, motivate, energize, mobilize and organize to take our community to a higher level. Our shows run Monday - Saturday at 8pm - 8:30pm Pacific time. Call-in at 619.393.2837.
"Real Talk" features guest hosts who bring news and viewpoints of interest on Mondays and Wednesdays. Fridays are our Open Mic Nights, when we turn the mic over to our audience. Dr. Jean Kennedy offers "Freedom School" classes on Saturdays. Some "Freedom School" episodes also air on Sundays.
We welcome your questions and invite you to share your opinions. Please share each show's url with your online friends and groups! If you would like to be a guest, please email Dr. Kennedy at DrJeanKennedyRadioShow@gmail.com or Rev. Floyd Harris at email@example.com
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Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your co-host for Meet The Nominees & Meet The Parents of The Nominees on Thursdays. Our Guest Lois Jean Brady. Lois is on Autism TV Today.
Our guest is April Cheyenne Goodbrake. April Cheyenne is 2014 Nominee for Performances Arts. April SIngs, plat Flute & Piano by ear and play Vilon and write her own music and poet. April perform live on the radio
Dr. Jean Kennedy's Body of Knowledge
Dr. Kennedy addresses community issues at large thru the principals of Organizational Psychology. •This show will help you recognize healthy organizational principals and practices as well as how one might takes ownership to Improve the performance of an organization. O.D. is a deliberate approach to increase an organization's effectiveness thus, creating a healthy work environment. Understanding organizational behaviors and systems changes.
Having a better understanding of community, politics, ethical practices for both employees/employers. Understand the collateral damage when greed takes place. Becoming an effective advocate even while been an employee.
We must become change agents. Dr. Kennedy will indeed motivate you on all these fronts and draw you into a conversation as she incorporate every day issues and concerns into the conversation. For your comments, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message at 559-270-1023. To get on the show as a guest, 619-393-2837. Dr. Jean Kennedy, Organizational Development Psychologist
Shirazette Tinnin was born in North Carolina to parents in Gospel groups. From 4, she loved drums. She studied with Cindy Blackman, Lewis Nash, Terri Lynne Carrington, Allison Miller, Sherrie Maricle, and Ernie Adams. She received a Music Industry Studies degree; recorded Stories of This Land with Sinclair; earned jazz scholarships and an athletic scholarship. At Northern Illinois University, she had scholarship for drum set and jazz pedagogy and studied with saxophonist Ron Carter in Chicago. She performed with flutist Nicole Mitchell for NIU in Liberace Jazztet Scholarship Program. She is one of last recipients of The Sisters in Jazz Collegiate All-Stars for IAJE Award (2008) and taught at Columbia College in Chicago. She performed with Jimmy Heath, Slide Hampton, and Renee Baker and toured Spain and Peru, where she discovered Cajon and wrote a song on The Liberace Jazztet release Equity. She moved to New York in 2009, and is the drummer at Tutuma Social Club with Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet. She was with Alicia Keys on BET in Black Girl's Rock (2012). She toured with Tia Fuller at Umbria Jazz Festival, Molde Jazz Festival, and Turkish Ambassadors in D.C., and leads Shirazette Experiment Core-Tet in New York and overseas. She performs with WuTang Klan, Diva, Tom Browne, Hugh Masekala, Mimi Jones, Pauline Jean, Afrikkanitha, and Camille Thurman. She is a clinician and teacher, and authored two articles for Modern Drummer and Tom Tom Magazine on musicians and health. Signed to Hot Tone Music, she is endorsed by Canopus Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Latin Percussion, Beato Bags, and KickPort. www.shirazettetinnin.com - www.wijsf.org
Jean Maurie and Maggie Lukowski are excited to welcome Tarot Dactyl on Personal Empowerment for Your Soul.
Tarot Dactyl is the Host of the popular internet radio show "There's A Rock For That!"
Today she will share some of her poetry with us and talk about the multi-faceted world of performance poetry. She has been a poet most of her life, ever since she won a local poetry contest in the 6th grade. In 1996 she co-founded Calliope's Breath, a poetry troupe known for its crowd-pleasing performances in the Panhandle region of Texas.
In 1998 she created the group PHRANC (Poetic Harmonious Readings and Nifty Commentary) which was one of the first poetry troupes to broadcast live readings on the internet for a global audience. Some of the highlights of her poetry career include meeting and performing for John Cassady (son of Neal Cassady), receiving an honorarium from the Texas Commission of the Arts, being a featured poet at numerous readings and slams across the country, and having her work published in numerous poetry publications.
One of her poems, entitled “Special,” is in the National Gallery for Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C in the “Book As Art” Permanent Collection, as part of a collaboration entitled “Annie Mayhem PH=D .“ She also spent a year working with flamenco guitarist arranging and adapting Federico Garcia Lorca’s poetry to flamenco guitar. She describes poetry as the breath of life and the purest of channeled messages.
UFL Members let’s get together and celebrate the Great Accomplishment. By the Indianapolis Colts lead by Masta Keys “Jean” as he receives his 2nd UFL Championship!
The relationship between your body and your soul just might surprise you. Do you realize that during sleep your body repairs and renews itself while your soul returns to the 5th dimension to reconnect and communicate with it's 'broader' self. Join us today while Delrae shares with us the critical importance of getting the right amount of sleep as well as discussing the consequences of failing to do so.
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Chris is back in the Jungle tonight with John Fanta of WSOUSports and the two will discuss the Opening of Traning Camp in the NFL. They will discuss why this year’s Giants training camp is anything but normal and what are the realistic expectations for the teams out of the NFC East. The guys will also go around the league and dive into all the hot topics as football prepares to get back into swing. John will also have insight on the phenomenon that is Johnny Manziel and how will is off the field antics will effect the team during camp.
Tweet us: @DoubleGSports, @CPierreLouis_, @Flannery15, or @John_Fanta
Tenants gathered in the community room of Stonehenge Village, an Upper West Side rental complex, to hear about its new gym. Management explained that only market-rate tenants — fewer than 40 percent of the residents — would have access, Jean Green Dorsey, the president of the tenant association.“I had a room full of people going crazy,” said Ms. Dorsey, who has lived in the building since 1972 in a rent-stabilized unit. Ms. Dorsey pays $1,107 a month for a two-bedroom with a terrace and views of Harlem. New York Times
Extell, was approved under a city program meant to incentivize affordable housing, New York's Department of Housing Preservation and Development The 33-story building, now under construction at 40 Riverside Boulevard on the Upper West Side, will contain 219 luxury units facing the Hudson River. There will also be a segment on floors two through six that will contain 55 street-facing units for the building's poorer residents. This segment will have a Poor Door.Residents living in the lower-income part of 40 Riverside will be prohibited from using the attractive amenities commonly found in Extell properties, including a gym and a swimming pool.