• 02:03

    EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Biography of Eddie Jones Jr.


     


    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


     


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


     


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.


     


     


     

  • 00:30

    Education 4 All Radio Show: Jumpstart Your Children's Career NOW!

    in Moms and Family

    This episode is in honor of our Education 4 All Radio Show's 1 year anniversary! We will focus on our top-rated topic from 2014 with a twist!


    Special Guest: Odie Smith, Founder & Executive Director of Nu Beginnings Employment Organizers, located at: 50 Black Jack Court; Florissant, MO 63033


    Tune in as Odie shares how parents can help jumpstart their children's career NOW! After all, it is never too early to help develop your children's career interests. Feel free to call in with your questions and/or comments!


    For more information, visit Nu Beginnings Employment Organizers' website: http://www.mynubeginnings.com


    Also, contact Odie Smith: 314-355-JOBS (5627) or nubeginningsgroup@gmail.com


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    Special thanks to our Individual Sponsors, Eddie & Maxine Jordan, II


    Special thanks to our Corporate Celebrity Sponsor, Mr. Willie Moore, Jr. Founder of WILFLO Music & The Young, Fly, & Saved Movement: http://www.williemoorejr.org


    If you would like sponsor a show, please contact Host Dr. Carletta D. Washington at: carletta@education4allinc.com


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    To learn more about Education 4 All, Inc. visit: http://www.education4allinc.com

  • 02:05

    EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Biography of Eddie Jones Jr.


     


    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


     


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


     


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.


     


     


     

  • 00:31

    Education 4 All Radio Show: Education & Character, Let's Connect the Dots!

    in Moms and Family

    This show is in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his peaceful efforts. May all people be known for the content of their character and not the color of their skin!


    Special Guest: Dr. Shonta M. Smith, Educator, Author, Speaker, Professional Coach


    Tune in as Dr. Smith shares information about how your children's character and education are connected.  We will also discuss:



    some of the many influences on character and
    how parents can assist their children in developing their character so that it leads to academic success.


    Feel free to call in with your questions and/or comments!


    For more information, visit Dr. Shonta Smith International at: http://www.drshontasmith.com


    Also, contact Dr. Shonta M. Smith at: 314-454-1149 or drshontasmith@gmail.com


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    Special thanks to our Individual Sponsors, Eddie & Maxine Jordan, II


    Special thanks to our Corporate Celebrity Sponsor, Mr. Willie Moore, Jr. Founder of WILFLO Music & The Young, Fly, & Saved Movement: http://www.williemoorejr.org


    If you would like sponsor a show, please contact Host Dr. Carletta D. Washington at: carletta@education4allinc.com


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    To learn more about Education 4 All, Inc. visit: http://www.education4allinc.com

  • 01:00

    Southern Warrior Sis' Launch their Candid Talk on Overcoming Homelessness &Abuse

    in Women

    EP. 2: Princess Fumi & Her Southern Warrior Sisters Talk Candidly with Ms. Paulina Johnson, Author of Achieving Against All Odds.  HOSTS: Marlas Triplett Sells, Dawn T Totty, Laura Dood, Maxine Holt Donaldson, Kim Duke Neal & Princess Fumi S Hancock, RN, DNP.


    On this episode:
    Find Out How Paulina Johnson overcame, homelessness, pregnancy at age 16, poverty, and abuse to become a successful asset in her community.
    ABOUT OUR GUEST:
    Paulina Johnson, a native of Gary, Indiana, a native of Gary, Indiana, believes that despite any obstacles one may face, they too can “ACHIEVE AGAINST ALL ODDS”.

    Watching her parents’ battle drug addiction and violence, she found herself taking on adult responsibility as a child. After a number of bad decisions and her life headed for destruction, she became a teenage mother at the age of sixteen.


    As a young girl, she had dreams of “making a positive difference” in her family and community.  Although she was met with many challenges before she turned eighteen years old, one becoming separated from her mother at the age of thirteen, and another becoming a teenage mother at the age of sixteen, she refused to allow those challenges to hinder her from pursuing the goals she set for her life. 
    HER BOOK: I AM YOU - Achieving Against All Odds is a thought provoking memoir of a young woman who shares how she turned her trials into a triumphant victory! Read more & Subscribe to our BLOG: http://www.southernwarriorsistertribe.com/southern-warrior-sisters-candid-talk-overcoming-homelessness-abuse/


     

  • 02:01

    EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Biography of Eddie Jones Jr.


     


    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


     


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


     


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.


     


     


     

  • 01:00

    Southern Warrior Sis' Launch by Tackling Daring Questions from Women-Pt2

    in Women

    Ep 1.Part 2: Princess Fumi Hancock, Bestselling Author, African Oscar & Indiefest /Accolade Film Award Winner and Her Southern Warrior Sisters Launch their Radio Talk Show by Tackling Women Centric Issues~ Questions Women Dare to Ask.
    HOSTS: Marlas Triplett Sells, Dawn T Totty, Laura Dodd, Maxine Holt Donaldson, Kim Duke Neal & Princess Fumi S Hancock, RN, DNP.


    They answer the questions:
    (1). What does success mean?
    (2). How can I overcome pain and move into my passion?
    (3). Is it too late to prosper? Is it too late to go after your dream, particularly when you are in your 40's or even 50s'?
    They are sharing their own perwerful stories: of sexual & physical abuse, domestic violence fearlessl adn boldly; and inviting other women to do the same to set themselves FREE.

    Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SisterTribe
    Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SouthernWarriorSisterTribe
    Subscribe to their BLOG: http://southernwarriorsistertribe.com/
    Watch & Subscribe to their You-tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SouthernWarriorTribe/

  • Southern Warrior Sis' Launch their Women Centric Show by Tackling DaringQuests'

    in Women

    Ep 1.: Princess Fumi Hancock, Bestselling Author, African Oscar & Indiefest /Accolade Film Award Winner and Her Southern Warrior Sisters Launch their Radio Talk Show by Tackling Women Centric Issues~ Questions Women Dare to Ask.
    HOSTS: Marlas Triplett Sells, Dawn T Totty, Laura Dodd, Maxine Holt Donaldson, Kim Duke Neal & Princess Fumi S Hancock, RN, DNP.


    They answer the questions:
    (1). What does success mean?
    (2). How can I overcome pain and move into my passion?
    (3). Is it too late to prosper? Is it too late to go after your dream, particulary when you are in your 40's or even 50s'?

    They are sharing their own powerful stories: of sexual & physical abuse, domestic violence fearlessly and boldly; inviting other women to do same by setting themselves FREE.

    It's time to tear down the veil! Let others' in ~bringing transformation to self and to the wolrd at large, One Women at a time...One story at a time.


    Welcome to the Southern Warrior Sisters' Radio Talk.
    It's Real Talk! Authentic Word! Relevant for Today!


    Follow Us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SisterTribe
    Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SouthernWarriorSisterTribe
    Subscribe to their BLOG: http://southernwarriorsistertribe.com/
    Watch & Subscribe to their You-tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/SouthernWarriorTribe/

  • EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Biography of Eddie Jones Jr.


     


    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


     


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


     


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.


     


     


     

  • EDDIE JONES RADIO TALK SHOW - MONDAYS - 9:00 am - 11:00 am PST - TUNE IN

    in Radio

    Biography of Eddie Jones Jr.


     


    President of the los Angeles Civil Rights Association


    Eddie Jones Jr. a native of Los Angeles, CA. has been president of the Los Angeles Civil


    Rights Association for ten years and a public servant for the last twenty years. Mr. Jones has worked with a variety of leaders from all over the United States such as Dr. Earl Ofari Hutchinson, AI Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, Yvonne Burke, Congress woman Diane Watson, Congress woman Maxine Waters, Dr. Martin Luther King Ill, John Mack, Council Man Herb Wesson, Council Man Bernard Parks, Dick Gregory, Danny Bakewell Sr., and a host of other governors, congress people, council people.


     


    Eddie Jones Jr. has worked on a variety of cases with the Los Angeles Civil Rights


    Association along with the department of justice to investigate wrongful treatment of innocent people along with other major issues. Some cases that the Los Angeles Civil Rights Association has worked on include the wrongful death of Woodrow Player Jr. who was shot in the back with no weapon found, the Kevin Wicks shooting, the Devin Brown shooting, the Tyiesha Miller shooting, the wrongful killing of John Thomas Horton Ill who was beat to death and hung in the men's central jail in downtown Los Angeles unveiling the cover up of beatings and misconduct.


     


    Mr. Jones has also worked very closely with the families of cases such as the shooting of


    Montae Ray Talbert also known as M-Bone, and so many other cases.


    The Los Angeles Civil Right Association makes it a priority to help the community in a


    variety of ways. They have collaborated with council man Herb Wesson to put a street light on Rodeo at Dorsey High school where nine year old Demaria Grant was hit and killed by a hit and run driver. They provide food for the homeless every Friday from seven pm to ten pm.


     


     


     

  • 00:22

    How to Create a Safe Space for Your Propsects and Clients

    in Business

    In taking your prospects from resistant to sharing what’s really going on within their organizations to ready to share confidential information, salespeople must develop a certain amount of trust with their prospect.  Join us for this thoughtful interview with Maxine Attong about how to create a safe space for your prospects and clients.


    Maxine Attong is passionate about writing, facilitation and coaching.  She believes that these skills allow her to live her personal mission statement “To enhance the lives of the people with whom I make contact” 


    Attong is a Certified Management Accountant with over 20 years qualified experience in a range of industries—gas and oil, financial services, retail and manufacturing. 


    She is a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified Evidence Based Coach, and uses the magic of coaching to provide safe and confidential environments in which clients can achieve business or personal goals.    Maxine’s coaching style is based on the concepts of positive psychology.  She specializes in transition which she defines as “moving clients from where they are to where they want to be”.  In business, this translates to working with recent promotions, new hires (on boarding), and employees who may present an organizational challenge or executive coaching.


    Maxine is the also the author of two books – Change or Die and Lead Your Team To Win (GreenLeaf 2014).  “Lead Your Team To Win” shares an alternate leadership style that she developed after many years of leading and observing others lead teams.  She suggests that employee’s will achieve optimal performance when leaders provide a safe space within which they can take risks.


    http://www.maxineattong.com

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