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Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts: Angela Thomas & Rodney Smith
Special guests are Dr. Douglass Garner and Dr. Pattie Thomas
Our Topic(s) today: “What Science Tells Us about Police Shooting Black Men.”
December is Universal Human Rights Month
For more information, click here: http://library.albany.edu/reference/services/hottopics/humanrightsmonth.htm
Police Shooting of Eric Garner and 12 Year old Tamir Rice End Grand Jury deliberations with no indictments
Mike Brown, Tamir Rice, a long list before them and a long list will be after them. Let's discuss what we can do to minimize and eliminate this senseless loss of lives. We will also discuss what science has to say about the possible biases, prejudices and white supremacy that can lead to this epidemic killing of Black men.
Our Own Voices Live is a radio show featuring people and stories from our community in Las Vegas, the surrounding area and some place near you. America is the greatest country on earth due to its cultural diversity and not in spite of it. Our mission is to help bridge the cultural and ethnic divide in America by working together to build the greatest bridge in history to unite us
The national debate over separating religion from schools is a very old one. the aggressive movement to ban and remove religion from schools altogether is a very nasty one. Many points of reason have been cited for wanting religion, religious practices or even mere verbal references of religion in schools banned--but all of them tread so boldly across the fine line that balances the meaning of freedom of religion and segregation via personal prejudices. join in tonight with your thoughts on this topic by calling 347-327-9967 at 10:30 pm EST.
Join hosts Clairvoyant Life Coach Bernadette Dickinson and Psychic Medium Mark troy for this Special Guest interview. Director/Producer Lydia B. Smith will share the amazing documentary Walking the Camino Six Ways to Santiago.
Since the ninth century, millions of world travelers have embarked on an epic pilgrimage across northern Spain that is known to be profoundly enlightening, spiritually nourishing, and physically challenging. Today, several hundred thousand people a year embark on this mostly unpaved path with little more than a backpack and a pair of boots.
Through Walking the Camino: Six Ways to Santiago, we are able to journey into the hearts and minds of six modern-day pilgrims as they cope with blisters, exhaustion, loneliness, and self-doubt to triumph over fears and prejudices that have become roadblocks to living a fulfilled life. Find out why audiences everywhere are raving about the film that Marin Sheen, star of The Way, calls a “brilliant documentary.”
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We all have prejudices. No matter how you are raised there are certain prejudgments in your mind that come to the forefront when you see certain people. It may not be with the intent of maliciousness, but they come to your conscious even if not out of your mouth.
Are certain parts of the country worse than others? Are Southerners too critical of Northerners? Are East Coasters disrespectful of West Coasters?
We'll get into that and some Zone Coverage tonight! It's NFL Week 8, so we will take a peek back at are preseason predictions to see who needs to throw theirs away!
All of this and more on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 407
Scheduled for 120 minutes
All "Americans" have been told we are the greatest country on earth. Just this past week President Obama himself said and I quote, "We are the greatest nation on earth."
Is this statement true? If so what makes us the greatest country on earth?
Over the past few years people around the globe have made comments that American has changed. America is not the country that we use to be. Many say America is a greedy, self serving, bully. How can that be?
What have we done to earn these type of comments? What can we do to change people's minds? Do we need to to anything?
Join me this morning as we take a look at these issues and more "In the Pickle Barrel".
Showtime 8AM-10AM EST
The events of the past few days reminded me that racism and prejudices are still alive and well in America.
Some of the conversations I have heard makes me wonder if we have made any headway in this centuries old battle, or should I say curse. It seems everytime I think we are making the turn in the right direction another "Ferguson" pops up and ruins the parade.
This morning we are going to have a discussion on racism/prejudices in America.
Do I expect to solve the issue in just ninety minutes? I wish! However, perhaps we can better expain where and why they exist and then go about our day with a little hope.
I hope you will join me "In the Pickle Barrel" at 7AM-8:30AM as we make an attempt to face some realities.
Have you ever wondered why you have so much hate in you? Do you spend a lot of time judging people by the way they look. Let me be more specific. You may not like people because they are pink, purple or green. I want you to laugh because I never seen a purple person. I am trying to make multifarious points. You may not like a person because they have big feet, or small feet. You may not like a person who is tall or short. Do you spent time evaluating people on face value? How about this? You may hate a person because they are over weight, or to skinny. This is another problem. You may dislike someone because they have grown old. Did you forget that you will one day have to grow OLD? Have you ever wondered how some of these prejudices affect your spiritual and intellectual growth? We are going to discuss some of these personality prejudices and how they may effect YOU!
If you're living, breathing, working, living, changing the world, or simply striving to rise above the status quo, you will be criticized by others. Criticism comes from facts, opinions, prejudices, and can be unfair, but you can overcome them and move forward by remembering a few important things to prepare yourself to handle it when it comes. Listen now to find out what they are!
The Gift of Gab is where you'll start your week off right!
Christine Pechstein is a faith-based life coach specializing in life and stress management. She loves teaching people to persevere despite the set backs and challenges life will inevitably bring, and she isn't afraid to use an honest and transparent approach in her teaching. Be sure to listen in as she challenges you to live a life well managed, leave your stresses behind, PUSH past your obtacles, overcome your fears, live with passion as you take charge of your life, and talk about a variety of other things that require transparancy, guts, and of course, the gift of gab!
She is the founder of Move Into Action, and is a Life and Stress Management Coach, Author, Speaker, Preacher, and body builder with a passion for building up the body of Christ.
Got a life management question you'd like her to answer or a topic in mind? Contact her now!
Learn about Christine's online Life Management journey now!
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Where do you begin when you try to analyze all the issues going on in the world today? Inequality of every kind (Financial, educational, racial, gender ) is rampant, escalating violence, and perpetual war all plague mankind. We are inundated with negative imagery and rhetoric reinforcing ideas that keep us from discussing and solving the issues that keep us divided. Often times these issues are manufactured or made to seem more important than they really are, the time we waste arguing and hurting each other would be better spent talking to and learning about each other, what better way to get to the root of our issues. Undoubtedly we would discover that we are all much more alike than we are different. Our age old prejudices now have a new high tech ally, the digital age has brought much progress but it has also created a digital divide that is rapidly making this a very impersonal world. Talking has been replaced by texting, love letters by email, and date night is now Skype Night. Can’t we all just talk face to face? Join us this Sunday, October 5th from 2p-4p CDT and let us reason together. Log on at www.blogtalkradio.com/rapsessions or call 347.857.2097. Remember family, if you miss us you miss out!
Prayer: St. Peter Claver, you showed Christ’s love to the slaves, going where no one else would go, and doing what no one else would do. Give us the courage to put aside our fears and prejudices and give wholly of ourselves to minister to those enslaved by poverty, hunger, fear, and ignorance. Help us to demonstrate Christ’s love by our actions as well as our words, so that others may come to believe in his saving power. Amen. In the course of time, September 8th, 1654, St. Peter baptized and reached more than 300,000 slaves serving four decades in Cartagena, Columbia. Like St. Paul before him, St. Peter Claver would enter into the heaven glory. Pope Leo XIII canonized both St. Peter Claver and St. Alphonsus on 15 January 1888. Also we will focus on the birthday of Mary and St. John Chrysostom.
6pm pst / 9pm est
On episode 29 a diverse panel of men and women impacted by these issues will discuss and to reflect on their own ideas, actions and prejudices to facilitate a dialogue around these relationships.
Homophobia and heterosexism are still very much present in our communities. Polyamory, interracial dating/marriage and other “non-traditional” couplings often come under fire as people seek to express romantic love in ways compatible with their lifestyle and preferences. Biases manifest themselves many ways, from discrimination, harassment and physical violence against, individuals and families that include LGBT, “Poly”, Interracial, etc. Parents or relatives.
Hosts: Kinte Acuminous Watanabe
Norma Mena T.B.A.
Olaf Barbosa T.B.A.
production info:episode 29 http://indyradio.org/ 9/8/14
Welcome to the living Stone, the source of life. The workmen took one look and threw it out; God set it in the place of honor. Present yourselves as building stones for the construction of a sanctuary vibrant with life, in which you’ll serve as holy priests offering Christ-approved lives up to God. The Scriptures provide precedent:
Look! I’m setting a stone in Zion,
a cornerstone in the place of honor.
Whoever trusts in this stone as a foundation
will never have cause to regret it.
To you who trust him, he’s a Stone to be proud of, but to those who refuse to trust him,
The stone the workmen threw out
is now the chief foundation stone.
For the untrusting it’s
. . . a stone to trip over,
a boulder blocking the way.
They trip and fall because they refuse to obey, just as predicted.
9-10 But you are the ones chosen by God, chosen for the high calling of priestly work, chosen to be a holy people, God’s instruments to do his work and speak out for him, to tell others of the night-and-day difference he made for you—from nothing to something, from rejected to accepted.
11-12 Friends, this world is not your home, so don’t make yourselves cozy in it. Don’t indulge your ego at the expense of your soul. Live an exemplary life among the natives so that your actions will refute their prejudices. Then they’ll be won over to God’s side and be there to join in the celebration when he arrives. 1 Peter 2:1-12