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NAACP award nominee, DuEwa Frazier, gets candid with book author and talk radio show host, Denise Turney, right here on Off The Shelf radio. When? Saturday, August 16 at 11am/EST. DuEwa and Denise will discuss DuEwa's novel, Deanne in the Middle. The artists will also discucss the makings of poetry, how to market and sell books, writing with purpose and changes that continue to impact the book world.
Tune in and get free tips and advice, the types of information you could use to help make your own dreams a reality! Remember, Saturday, August 16 at 11am/EST. Tell your family, friends, colleagues and book lovers and positive thinkers everywhere!
When attorney and author Pamela Samuels Young isn’t practicing law, you can usually find her penning her next legal thriller. She now has six novels to show for her efforts and is the recipient of a prestigious NAACP Image Award.In addition to writing legal thrillers, Pamela works full-time as Managing Counsel for Labor and Employment Law for a major corporation in Southern California.
A former journalist, Pamela has always abided by the philosophy that you create the change you want to see. Fed up with never seeing women or people of color depicted as savvy, hot shot attorneys in the legal thrillers she read, the Compton native decided to create her own character. Despite the demands of a busy legal career, Pamela accomplished her ambitious goal by rising at four in the morning to write before work, dedicating her weekends to writing and even spending her vacation time glued to her laptop for ten or more hours a day. In the process, she discovered her passion.
Her most recent novel, Anybody's Daughter, won the 2014NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Fiction. A cautionary tale for both parents and teens, Anybody’s Daughter explores the horrific world of child sex trafficking. Pamela is also a natural hair enthusiast and theauthor of Kinky Coily: A Natural Hair Resource Guide.
Turn the Pages Get to Know New York Times Bestselling Author Kimberla Lawson Roby 2013 Winner NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work – Fiction! Author Roby has published 17 novels.
Gospel Insider News.com the first online news network dedicated to spreading the good news in 90 seconds or less! Brought to you by National Columnist, Tamika Hall, tune in daily for short news bytes on your favorite Gospel entertainers in the industry! Gospel Insider News on the GO! Download app today http://gospelinsidernews.conduitapps.com/
Author Tyora Moody: Victory Gospel Series:
Tyora Moody is an author and entrepreneur. Tyora has coined her books as Soul-Searching Suspense. Her debut novel, When Rain Falls, the first book in the Victory Gospel series. The second book in the Victory Gospel Series, When Memories Fade, Visit: http://tyoramoody.com/
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Today we will talk about the NAACP Image Award winners that premiered last night (February 22, 2014) on TV ONE, Don B Welch's 'The Divorce' Premiere, and Reality Wrap Up (The Real House Wives of Atlanta & Raising Whitley), and Jimmy Fallon's first week with Will Smith as his first guest
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Host Monica Richardson will interview Carl Hart (born 1966) is an associate professor of psychology and psychiatry at Columbia University. Hart is known for his research in drug abuse and drug addiction. Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Carl Hart has won the NAACP Image Award for outstanding literary work and Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Check out his Ted Talks and interview on Democracy Now. Monica Richardson has just completed her first Documentary Film called "The 13th Step." She appeared on Katie Couric with Gabrielle Glaser last summer.
Steve Arrington joined the funk group Slave on their 3rd LP origjnally to play percusson. He became the drummer, a backing vocalist and then eventually the lead on such songs as "Just a Touch of Love", "Watching You" and "Wait For Me". He left Slave in 1982 and formed Steve Arrington's Hall of Fame and had such hit singles as "Weak At The Knees" and "Nobody can Be You But You". His most successful album was a solo project, "Dancing in the Key of Life" The title track became a top 1en R&B hit and was number 2 on the dance charts. Steve Arrington was nominated for the NAACP Image Award for Best Male Artist in 1986. His music was blasted in my teenage bedroom and now I get to blast it for you during this segment of Brunch In The Basement With JaVonne. With featured segments by Nathan James and Meka Rae!
Join Andrew Aloha “Live”
For a Special Thanksgiving
“Transmission Meditation On The Air”
with a Special Message & Blessing by Maitreya Budda
On Spiritual Image Production’s BlogTalkRadio
Thursday, 27 November 2014
2 - 4pm AZT (Arizona Time)
Join Andrew Aloha, Myself & I for a Special Thanksgiving “Transmission Meditation on the Air” as we connect via telepathy with & to Benjamin Crème’s group in London, England. In the meantime we will also have a Message & Blessing from Maitreya Buddha.......:)
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This week has been hell on the mind in Paterson N.J. and around the country, first there was the NAACP election for the Paterson chapter, then there was the decision not to indict Darren Wilson in Ferguson Mo for the murder of Mike Brown and fast approaching is the dreaded Black Friday which the system has designed so that black folks all across the country can spend there hard earned money in droves outside of their own communities...Last but not least is Paterson N.J. my home that is in so much turmoil that surviving is a task in itself everyday.
Join the Ladies as they welcome New York Times Bestselling, Author Kimberla Lawson Roby to the show! Kimberla is a 2013 NAACP Image Award Winner for Outstanding Literary Work – Fiction, the recipient of the 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013 Author of the Year – Female award presented by the African-American Literary Award Show in New York, the recipient of the2014 AAMBC Award for Female Author of the Year, the recipient of the Blackboard Fiction Book of the Year Award in 2001 for CASTING THE FIRST STONE, the recipient of the 1998 First-Time Author Award from Chicago’s Black History Month Book Fair and Conference, and in 2001, Kimberla was inducted into the Rock Valley College Alumni Hall of Fame (Rockford, IL). Listen in and discover what makes Kimberla a positive influence in the Literary Industry, what she has planned next and why you should be reading her works. Set your reminders and get ready for another SMOKING segment of the Truth Be Told.
I am Joseph Fire Eagle Clements. I am enrolled in the Cherokee Nation of Sequoyah. I am Ordained Minister of Peace via ONAC of Indiana Apache and Cherokee nations. Let's get on to the present situation within the tribes of the Native Americans. It saddens me today to see the members of the Cherokee Nation at such odds with others who are not ''full blooded tsalagi'', and who are not members of the ''Oklahoma Cherokee'', are not ''members of the Cherokee Family. This saddens me indeed. When have we as the true occupants of this land, the Native American Red Man, descended from Adam the original. Everyone who studies Hebrew language knows that ''Adam'' is a Hebrew word meaning, ''Ruddy'' or Red Man!! Get it? The very first occupants of the turtle island were the red man. We were created in the image of the One True God, Yohewah. And he made our skin RED, the color of earth. We are the keepers of Mother Earth together, no one man can do this daunting task, it is too hard for one alone. we must all pick up our hoes and get rid of the weeds from among the wheat. The tares among us, this is what I would like to address. A man is not a Cherokee who is a Cherokee on his skin. A man who is a Cherokee is a Cherokee in his HEART. Let us return to the original path, and let us concentrate on the Original Task...to go in and possess the land, and occupy till I come. We must work together to bring back the traditional native American ways to the hearts of our people. The elders must be restored to their teaching the young men, and the mothers of our tribes to the teaching of the young women. If we do not turn back to the ''love thy neighbor as thyself'', and the ''put something back when you take something away.'' Do not cut a tree down in this life unless you are willing to plant another in its place.
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