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  • 01:59

    "Community Matters" This Week - 425

    in Self Help

    News Of The Week Show ~~ Please click on both these links to see our "News of the Week" for April - Week 4 from: LACP.org and NAASCA.org ~~ Join our founder and host, Bill Murray, co-hosts MJ Goyings, Carol D. Levine and other LACP & NAASCA family members, as they invite you to help them discuss the public safety and child abuse related news and crime stories of the week from each of our two national sister efforts, LA Community Policing and the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse. Every day we carry new articles based on current events on both our web sites. Look for them daily in the lower gray portion of our home pages. To make things easy, we collect them all together for this, our two hour long Sunday show .. where community call-in participation is always welcome!

  • 02:01

    The BXLounge/ An Open Forum For Adult Conversations & Relationship Discussions

    in Lifestyle

    Tune into the best in adult conversation on sex/relationships from a male and female perspective. Listen to great conversation, share your views on the latest entertainment "Tea", and weigh in on the topics that other shows wont touch. Nothing is taboo! We give it to you straight with no chaser.

  • 01:05

    The 2016 National Signing Day for Marching Band

    in Music

    Welcome to the 2016 National Signing Day Show for Marching Bands. Today we meet two high school students that will reveal to the world what college they will attend and the band program that they will become a part of. Please feel free to call in tonight to voice your support for these scholars at 718-664-6025, or you can join our chat room on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at marchingpodcast@gmail.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com.


    The scholars for 2016 are:


    Diamond Frazier - Central High School in Memphis, TN


    Andy Moreira - Centennial High School in Compton, CA


     


     

  • 02:09

    The National Brotherhood Conference of the Nation Of Islam Radio Program

    in Social Networking

     


    MESSENGER ELIJAH MUHAMMAD SPEAKS!


     


    *THE JUDGMENT OF THE WORLD IS NOW!


    *THE TIME OF JUDGMENT


    (repeated in succession)


     

  • 00:21

    Sexual intimacy in relationships

    in Culture

    Today's broadcast wil be on Sexual intimacy in relationships. Whats normal and what is not. How after years of marriage things you can do to get that spice back. Do you need to know more about sexual intimacy?

  • 00:29

    Interview with Dr. Linda Amerson Hair and Scalp

    in Goals

    Dr. Linda Amerson


    LA’s Hair & Scalp Clinic


    2304 W. Pioneer Parkway, #6


    Arlington, TX  76013


    (817) 265-8854


    dramerson@hairandscalpessentials.com  


    www.hairandscalpessentials.com


    FB:  www.facebook.com/Dr-Amersons-Therapeutic-Essentials-LLC


    Twitter:  www.twitter.com/scalpdoctor


    LinkedIn:  www.linkedin.com/DrLindaAmerson


     


    Dr. Linda Amerson is CEO/President of LA’s Hair & Scalp Clinic, Arlington, TX for over 34 years.  She has been a contributing writer for Trendsetters To Trendsetters Magazine since January 2009.  Her articles are featured in the Health & Wellness Section.  Lastly, she is a contributing writer for over 45 National Magazine Publications.

  • 01:00

    Part 2 Warrior/Survivor/Thriver - David Wayne

    in Motivation

    This will be part 2 of this amazing mans story!!!


    David Wayne - David is a survivor, advocate and consultant working on a volunteer basis since 2010, focusing primarily on policy, and also serving victims and survivors directly through case management, referrals and peer counseling, often long distance to other areas of the US and Canada. Although a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania, his work within the state has been limited due to concerns on privacy and avoiding entanglements with former perpetrators.


    In addition to serving with advocacy as a member of the National Survivor Network and Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (GEMS), David also advocates for girls and women who have been incarcerated as a result of sexual exploitation and trafficking, through formerly incarcerated survivor Sara Kruzan’s organization, I am SJK. David recently graduated from Rebecca Bender Ministry's Virtual Mentoring Program, a unique experience powered by survivors for survivors, and joined the Board of Directors of Project Soteria, another survivor-led organization, which works to prevent and eradicate exploitation while providing advocacy for juvenile justice. He also recently joined Cancer InCytes Magazine as an Editorial Adviser for the Culture, Law and Policy Department. David’s open letter to Amnesty International USA was featured and published among other survivor letters in opposition to Amnesty’s proposed policy that decriminalizes commercial sex business operators and sex buyers. David’s work also includes assistance with research and investigations, and he is the lead organizer of an effort to develop a regional task force against human trafficking in Northeast Pennsylvania. 

  • 02:04

    REDEFINING OUR BLACK IDENTITY 21ST CENTURY "Why We can't Wait"

    in Current Events

    BLACK EDUCATORS FOR JUSTICE and NEW BLACK PANTHERS PARTY NATIONAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION. .....REDEFINING OUR BLACK IDENTITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY.... FROM THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE ERA the 1920s to VIOLENT HATE AND RACIALINJUSTICE IN AMERIKKKA in 2016...
    "WHY WE CAN'T WAIT"  WHERE IS OUR BLACK LEADERSHIP???
    REDEFINING OUR BLACK IDENTIYY and AGENDA..
    Hip Hop, Violence, Economics, Racial problems....and more.where do we go from here???....share with others




  • 01:01

    Smooth Jazz Sunday Featuring Gary Palmer On Cruz Inc Radio

    in Music

    Gary Palmer was born and raised in New York City and began playing the saxophone at the age of 12. Gary was a music major at his performing arts high school Andrew Jackson High School where he participated in the band, orchestra and jazz band. Gary Palmer performed with his siblings including his father Harvey Palmer across the greater New York area.

    In addition, Gary performed with several other local bands and national bands such as former guitarist and singer Richie Supa formerly of the mega-group Areosmith. Gary crosses various genres of music. Gary attended college and played in the jazz band performing at college events. Gary moved to the South Florida area where he records with local artists and toured various cities. In addition, Gary is a songwriter and member of BMI.

  • 01:58

    Rev.Payshence Radio-Beltane Special with Alexander Cabot, CTS- Tri-C GH

    in Paranormal

    Rev. Payshence Radio- Celebration of the Holy Marriage of the Lord and Lady ..Born in Havana, Cuba on a "old moon" in September, I was the first child born of my mother. She had a miscarriage of her first pregnancy, arising from a hex put on her, one filled with envy and deceit. I grew up knowing that I was born to counteract that spell and save my mother's happiness and life. Living in New York, at a very tender age, I was taught the magickal traditions of a line of men in my family. Within that lineage, my great grandfather and grandfather, possessing initiated Masonic and Spiritual knowledge presented a good influence for me to model myself to. Myself, not of English descent, I was genuinely curious and heart-fully drawn to British Traditional Witchcraft at an early age of eleven, through the writings of Gardner, Leek & Gavin/Yvonne Frost. When I became thirteen years of age, I was initiated in Palo Mayombe of the Congo/Afro Cuban. Then I began my spiritual studies of "El Envangelio De Alan Kardec" at El Templo; La Luz, Cristobal De Jesus, and was crowned on my 19 birthday. My African spirits carried me to be initiated in the Santeria/Yoruba/AfroCuban Tradition. I was the right hand man for an Oriate, Chief High Priest. I was taught the Gardnerian Tradition by the Long Island Line and later to be initiated by Lady Rhea of New York City in 1995 for several years after I devoted all my time to my profession in surgery.


    Chasing the Supernatural-Greg is a co-founder and lead investigator for the Cleveland Chapter of Tri-C Ghost Hunters. My first investigation was in 1991. I have been on over 150 investigations including castles in Scotland, Edinburgh Vaults, Waverly Hills, Myrtles Plantation, Crescent Hotel, Lemp Mansion and Stanley Hotel just to name a few. I am a retired police officer after serving 29 years from 1982 - 2011 with the Twinsburg, OH Police Department.

  • 00:56

    FEAR THE WALKING DEAD ONLINE VIEWING PARTY

    in Entertainment

    AMC’s Fear The Walking Dead has a teenage problem according to some fans. Could the introduction of two young new characters from Flight 462 tip the show over the edge?
    In AMC’s original zombie series, The Walking Dead, the cast has always been varied. While AMC may have be partial to killing off black characters, they could never be accused of a lack of diversity. In the spin-off series, Fear The Walking Dead, however, some fans are concerned at the lack of diversity in the core character group. The main group is made up of eight characters, half of these are considered teen to young adult.
    Fans can expect two more younger characters to join the cast for at least a short time thanks to the miniseries, Fear The Walking Dead: Flight 462. Fans who have watched this miniseries unfold will recognize Jake (Brendan Meyer) and Charlie (Michelle Ang) as two of the characters on the doomed Flight 462. Both of these characters have been billed as appearing in episode 3. As yet it is unclear just how long they will survive Fear The Walking Dead. If they do live beyond episode 3, there will be six teens against four older characters. That’s an awful lot of teen angst for a show that is based in a zombie apocalypse. Can a show like this even sustain so many young characters?