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It's our second annual State of the Young Black Man address with Entrepreneur Marquis Coates and Young Activist Caleb Jackson.
If your not a young man, this will be a most enlivening, informational, and engaging address for your little brother, nephew, and any parents of young men.
How do we show them that school is not a right now job, but the foundation of your future? How do we keep them in school?
Despite making up just 13% of the population, blacks commit around half of homicides in the United States. Where do we start? Turning criminals into students and upstanding citizens sounds like an impossible charge.. but it's possible; we have to believe it is, but how? How is it possible?
Also, how do we become better young black fathers, realistically and perceptionally?
Entrepreneur Marquis Coates and Young Activist Caleb Jackson will be rejoining us for a compelling panel discussion!
Michael O’Connor is a full-time professional astrologer serving an international clientele since 1997.
A graduate from Concordia University in Montreal Quebec, Michael earned a Major in English Literature and Composition with Minors in Philosophy and Sociology. His studies also extend into metaphysics, holism, human potential, spiritual studies, religion, ancient history and numerous systems of astrology and numerology as well as other metaphysical models which endeavor to bring various angles of insight into human nature and motivational psychology.
In his practice Michael covers a wide range of interests including Life Purpose, Relationships, Career and Education, Timing, Relocation, Life Purpose and Destiny, Past Lives, Business Launches and Mergers, Health and more...
Weaving practicality and spirituality in his work, Michael blends the principles of Humanistic, Evolutionary and Predictive Astrology.
Readings are conducted by phone or Skype only and are recorded and promptly sent to you by email with your charts and additional self-help tools specifically selected for you.
The insight, guidance and wisdom Michael provides his clients with these time-honored tools are supported by an innate and cultivated understanding of human nature and psychology and by intuitive and psychic abilities, comes with many years of professional practice.
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Tonights show will be a brief one. Im here to see Emmy awars winner Damien Escobar play his violin tomorrow. But for now us 716 gals are going to have a bite to eat at New Yorks newest hotspot VANDAL.I am sure its going to be all they hashtag it up to be. Im excited to see my bud Kboogy and catch up on our usual ratchet behavior. Please know we have our red cups full of malbec bahaaaaaaaa
STATE OF EMERGENCY IN BLACK AMERICA AND THE BLACK WORLD
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What is going on in America and where does it lead us?
Americans Helping Americans - 100 Year Old Miriam E. Lancaster
Constitution Party Debate - Monday, February 22nd at 9:00 PM ET
Saturday GOP Debate
Tuesday New Hampshire POTUS Primary - What about the rest of the state primaries?
Super Bowl Half-Time?
Super Bowl Commercials
Sunrail Boondoggle and Toll Road Update
Tonight we breakdown the big game from Sunday between the Broncos and Panthers. We talk pros and cons, what is next for Peyton and Cam, and also how does this shape next season. We also discuss the Awards from Saturday, along with the next class in the Hall of Fame. Warriors get another win over the Thunder moving to 46-4. Can they be stopped? We talk about also who realistically can stop them? Also, George Karl is being rumored to be fired, but before that Phil Jackson takes out Derek Fisher in New York. Who is next on the hotseat? Also we talk the Summer of Durant and what that means for the rest of the league. Also we have a new Get To Know'em player, 3 strikes, and more.
SENIORS AGAINST A FEARFUL ENVIRONMENT
"Seniors Against a Fearful Environment (SAFE), a nonprofit corporation, was begun by the Black Panther Party at the request of a group of senior citizens for the purpose of preventing muggings and attacks upon the elderly, particularlywhen they go out to cash their meager social security or pension checks. Prior to approaching the Black Panther Party, the seniors had gone to the Oakland Police Department to request protection. There the seniors were told, to their dismay and outrage, that they "should walk close to the curb" in the future. Mrs. Van Frank, founder of the East Bay Legislative Council of Senior Citizens and the state of California's Outstanding Senior Citizen for 1971, commenting on the dangers experienced by the senior citi zens, has remarked: "The fear engendered among us old people by these mug gings almost makes us prisoners in our own homes."
A section of a recent funding proposal for the SAFE Program substantiates these claims. A comparative crime study was done over a period of six weeks (August 21 to October 1, 1972) and details conclusively that the age of the victim does bear a de nite relationship to the type ofo ense committed. Ofthe com bined total of 249 victims of strong-arm robbery and purse-snatching, 48 per cent ofthe victims (118) were overthe age of y. During this same period, only 13 percent of complainants in armed robbery cases fell into the senior citizen category. The conclusion, then, is that an elderly person is more likely to be physically attacked, whereas the younger, more agile person, who is more able to a defend his- or herself, will more likely be the victim of an armed assault. The fact has also been established that 33 percent of all crimes committed in the city of Oakland are committed against senior citizens."
Today's guest is Bumi Benjamin, she is the author and designer behind Ikpres Magazine. In today's show she is going to share how she expresses her passion and supports others to express theirs as well. Check out her Magazine here - Yes Antiqua Lisha our CEO is on the cover in this issue. Click here to see it!
Antiqua is an author, speaker, and coach at AntiquaLisha.com where she works with amazing women who are ready to take their power back and love themselves and their lives. She is also the CEO and founder of YourOwnUnviersity.com a community of women dedicated to living unapologetically. It is her mission to be a game changer, end the cycle and pain of abuse, and live her own beautiful life.
Our team of expert coaches has developed home study courses to support you confidently and comfortably loving every inch and depth of yourself. We have this life to live, so let's ROCK IT! Below you will find the 6 categories of self-empowerment. Choose the ones that you would like support around and let your ideal coach and program jump out at you. Find out more here.
We are pleased to bring to you author James Thayer. He will be on the first half of the show, followed by John and Jeff talking books, reviews and much more.
James Thayer: Jim Thayer is the author of thirteen critically acclaimed novels. To his books he brings writing that "is smooth and clear. Deceptively simple, it wastes no words, and it has a rhythm that only confident stylists achieve." (Newgate Callendar, New York Times Book Review.) His novels have been translated into all major European languages and Japanese and Chinese. He recently completed a manual for novelists, The Essential Guide to Writing a Novel.
Thayer is the son of an eastern Washington farmer and his wife, and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Washington State University and of the University of Chicago Law School. He teaches novel writing at the University of Washington extension school, where he received the 2015 Excellence in Teaching Award in the Arts, Writing, and Humanities.
He lives in Seattle with his wife and two daughters.
A recent Motley Fool essay by Morgan Housel raises a question we have asked many times before: Why Does Pessimism Sound So Smart? (Especially when things are so good.)
Housel suggests several possible reasons:
1. Optimism appears oblivious to risks, so by default pessimism looks more intelligent.
2. Pessimism shows that not everything is moving in the right direction, which helps you rationalize the personal shortcomings we all have.
3. Pessimism requires action, whereas optimism means staying the course.
4. Optimism sounds like a sales pitch, while pessimism sounds like someone trying to help you.
5. Pessimists extrapolate present trends without accounting for how reliably markets adapt.
Generally, pessimism benefits from being both more serious than optimism and way cooler.
But that doesn't mean it's the right way to look at things!
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and stephen Gordon provide numerous examples of how the pessimists get it wrong time after time, and why optimism is the most realistic and, yes, serious way to approach the world.
Peyton and crew take down Cam in the Golden Bowl!
I hate that the NFL decided to relinquish the Roman numerals. Super Bowl L would have been just fine, if you ask me.
Anyway, the game is over and the dust has settled. Carolina takes home its first championship and they are partying hard in the Tar Heel state. What was your take from the Big Game? Who let their team down? Who stepped up in a major way?
Also on Zone Coverage, the Hall of Fame was announce and there's no T.O. Was he left off of the final tally because of his past behavior or because other great WRs have had to wait over recent years?
All of this and more as Zone Coverage returns to T2Q! "Talk sports from the couch!"
Show No. 566
Scheduled for 90 mins.