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Titus 2 Tuesday Welcomes Back FURTESHA CARTER for Metro Council 13 in Nashville, TN
Get to know Furtesha Carter…
Furtesha Carter is a true “Nashvillian” born and raised. Growing up in Nashville allowed her to inherit a unique appreciation for southern hospitality. Furtesha quotes, “Without God, family and friends what do you have in life? In my world, those are my three focuses.”Whether it be in real estate or volunteer programs, she finds great joy in using the talents God has provided her in order to help people. Furtesha is the proud parent of a teenage daughter and son and is called Momma to many teenagers through Nashville’s Communityfoster care system. She is the founder of a non-profit mentoring program, Sister 2 Sistah that caters to middle-school age girls throughout the Nashville and surrounding communities. Because the majority of her family resides within the Nashville area, Furtesha has been allowed to spend spring/summers barbecuing and fall/winters entertaining in her home with family and friends which she truly enjoys.
Furtesha attended Daymar Institute for Accounting and is attending Bethel University for Business Management. Her skill set has provided her vocational opportunities from church secretary to accountant. Her personality has allowed her to be an affective cheerleading coach, PTO president, and community volunteer. But her passion to connect community and family drives her efforts to serve as your metro council representative for District 13.
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Join Host LB Dutchess & Guest's Brian Carter and Michael Stevens as we chat on wines from this years 2015 Washington Wine of the Year Brian Carter! Some fun History and chatting on the tastes as only a regular wine drinker can! ;)
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Show sponsors include KIND , Cascade Ice Water and Gunnar Nordstrom Gallery
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.
Tonight on the show will talk about The WWE & its Next PPV Plus New Rumors like Steve Austin talking with Dixie Carter and What about Roman Reings Will he become Champ ,Plus The Latest on SmackDown and maybe moving to the USA Network >? and what about the rumor about Hulk Hogan Wanting one more Match at Wrestlemania 32 hmm wouldnt that be instresting the other Guy Hulk Hogan would wanna face at WrestleMania Would be John Cena!!! Wouldnt That be Awesome?
Dr. Danon Carter is joining us today to talk about the Baltimore incident with Toya Graham and her son. What is really behind the riots? Why should (or shouldn’t) Toya Graham be applauded? As the mother of a black male, Dr. Danon is going to share her thoughts on how some mothers of black sons feel about recent events. We're also going to touch on white priviledge, and how black women can include white women as part of the solution.
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Dr. Danon Carter
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OUTTRO MUSIC BY: JACK T. BLUES
Today at 6pm Eastern its 51 Questions with Ms Christina Carter Addressing Issues like Economics, religion, unity, social justice, history, Heath and relationships. This show is designed to get a better understanding of different groups within our community. Today's guest is Netjer Neb KD Hartley-el? . Live today at 6pm on www.blogtalkradio.com/itsrealtalklive or call in at 3478269457
Join us this evening as I interview John Kordalewski a pianist and composer who leads the Makanda project. When you tune in this evening, you will also hear the music of Makanda Ken McIntyre as interpreted by the Makanda project. John studied and performed with Makanda. As of 2014, he has arranged over 40 compositions for the ensemble. The project has 14 members who play the unheard compositions of Makanda Ken McIntyre. Some of the other musicians included in the band are Eddie Allen, Ku-umba Frank Lacy, Bill Lowe, John Lockwood, and Yoron Israel. In addition, the band includes Diane Richardson on vocals and dancer Mickey Davidson. Learn more about Makanda Ken McIntyre and the project when you listen to the program this evening. As always, the program Jazz Notes strives to keep jazz alive!
First Hour: Old Men Stories Episode 175: Writing
Your Hosts: Roland Willits and Jeff Young
In this hour you'll hear some FUN stories from a couple of master storytellers who will teach you how to bring out that master storyteller within you that waits to be unleashed. All of us have a story to tell, and we all are Master Storytellers at heart.
Second Hour: Old Men Stories "Opry"
Your Hosts: Angie Senger, Ron Honrud, Roland Willits
Featured Artist Interviews and Their Music:
1. Carolyn Carter: "Arkansas Farmboy"
2. Debbie Harrison: "Blackwater Time"
3. Charley Sandage: "Light Up Your Eyes" (Intermission)
4. Kat Lee: "Dance the Bad Days Away"
5. Pat Setser: "Wings of a Dream" (Written by Mike Gavin)
In this hour you'll hear old-time country (plus a few modern) singers/songwriters share their stories and wonderful music.
Listen live and join the chat at: http://oldmenstories.wq4dradio.com
Visit "Old Men Stories online at: http://oldmenstories.org
Our Guest Artist today is Dr. Ralph Stanley,America's most loved and respected Bluegrass Music Icon,65 years in this business, starting out with his Brother Carter, this duo became a sensation through out the south, their personal appearance's, radio show's, made them a house hold word. When Carter passed away it was a hard blow on Ralph,and he almost quit the business,but got back on his feet and put the group back togeathr and added a young man from Ohio, Larry Sparks, and they were up and going again,and now Dr. Stanley is still touring,and just as loved, young and old alike,Ralph Stanley is the VOICE Of Bluegrass Music.
PRAY FOR AMERICA,ISRAEL,OUR CHURCHES,GOVERMENT,THELOST,MILITARY,POLICE OFFICER'S
MAY THE LORD BLESS & GUARD YOU.
This week, we discuss the new Avengers blockbuster movie. Our thoughts, where the franchise is headed and whatever else. We might also discuss the boxing match. How lame Floyd Mayweather is for beating women, and being dumb. If time allows, we may discuss other stuff.
Afrikan Community, do you know the difference between education and indoctrination?
If we are to survive as a people, and prepare future generations for success, we must understand the tactics that were initiated with the onset of MAAFA and their continued use.
Education: the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.
FYI: Did School Integration Fail Black Children? http://www.theroot.com/articles/culture/2014/08/_brown_v_board_of_education_anniversary_did_integration_fail_black_children.html
Indoctrination: teaching someone to accept a set of beliefs without questioning them. (Willie Lynch Theory)
FYI: The Willie Lynch Syndrome
Read: Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter G. Woodson
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