• 02:01

    The Meaning of Skin Color

    in History

    Nina J. Jablonski will talk about her book, Living Color: The Biological and Social Meaning of Skin Color. Jablonski believes that knowledge of the evolution and social importance of skin color can help eliminate skin-based discrimination and racism.

  • 00:31

    Being Black in politics......Does Skin Color matter?

    in Radio

    Next week we will be talking to Mr.Keith Blocker who is running for a City Council seat. He will be introducing himself to the world and explaining to us his views on politics and how it feels too be a person of color running in politics. Call in and talk with Mr.Blocker and myself at 607-203-5357. How do you feel about people of color in politics? Should there be more of us running? Do you think that there is something in place that keeps us from running or only allows us too make it but so far?

  • 03:01

    Is Skin Color Still A Problem In The Black Community

    in News

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  • 02:10

    *IT IS ...WHAT IT IS* The Evolution of The Human Race, Beyond Physical Appearanc

    in Spirituality

    as eye was meditating on a topic 4 todays show...several very different but similar topics seem to keep surfacing...no matter where eye went… the subjects seem to bee related to our obsession, with the importance...of ...physical appearance..


     




    skin color/race




    b. dark vs light




    body size/shape




    b. attractive vs unattractive




    hair texture/color




    b. good vs bad hair




    preferences


    how do we see/get beyond the physical/repatterning

  • 01:38

    Is Skin Color Still A Big Issue In the Black Community? I AM ME Radio

    in Women

    It is almost that time again to sit with #Ibeauty #MissSweetHeat and #Tiff the Beauties of #IAMMEUNIVERSITY. This week we will be talking about a Great lady who has decided to teach young African American girls how to appreciate their beauty through art. Also we will discuss the "Bill Dukes" docmentary of "Dark Girls" and "Light Girls". Are we more alike than we think? Of course, lets not forget Ms. Jona Nanette who is the Creative Force behind "Making Love" Her debut on the Big Screen, due to hit screens in February 2015. She will be here to tell you all about it. Of course stay tune to hear from The Man of The House on #MANTALK101" #VK, as we share our thoughts about a CONFIDENT MAN! So, get ready for laughter, inspiration, games, music and your favorite Beauties all here Exclusive on #IAMMERADIO . Cal 845-241-9898 or listen live at www.blogtalkradio.com

  • 01:40

    Alijandra Giving Color Readings: What Is Your Next Move Spiritually/ Personally?

    in Spirituality

    Alijandra is an internationally-known author, teacher, healer and vehicle for both Source information and energy and ascended master St. Germain. She delights in travelling the Multiverse as a messenger for the Galactic Federation of Light, and a representative of the Archangelic League of Light. She has currently started introducing her group of Rainbow Liquid Light guides of the 12th dimension to her healers in training.


    In the field professionally 30 yrs, she is the founder/author of Healing with the Rainbow Rays, published in 1995. About 16 years ago, she began to develop the modality of "Transfigurational Matrix Healing". In the last 4 plus years, she developed the Rainbow Liquid Light work for ascension, which continues her work begun over 15 years ago on reversing the aging process and immortality.


    Her website is www.colorhealing.com. She has 3 popular sites on Facebook: Healing with the Rainbow Rays, Accelerated Manifesting, and Rainbow Dolphin Pod Healing. Her twitter site is alijandra7777.

  • 00:14

    Carrie Cariello provides insight to her Autism book- What color is Monday?

    in Lifestyle

    What Color Is Monday?


    How Autism Changed One Family For The Better


     


    In this moving memoir, What Color Is Monday?: How Autism Changed One Family For The Better (Feb, 2015), Carrie Cariello invites us to take a peek into exactly what it takes to get through each day juggling the needs of her whole family. Through hilarious mishaps, honest insights, and heartfelt letters addressed to her children, she shows us the beauty and wonder of raising a child who views the world through a different lens, and how ultimately autism changed her family for the better.


     


    As a busy mom of five kids, four sons and one daughter, she chronicles family adventures and experiences; most of which we can all readily relate to. Her words so aptly describe the chaos of life within a big family, along with the quiet moments that seem so ordinary but are often extraordinary. She’s honest and funny, sometimes emotional, but always noticing the little things that often get overlooked in the course of a whirlwind of a day; and by the way, one of her sons, Jack, has autism. 


    Autism may be part of their daily lives, but it doesn’t define life within the Cariello family.  The book’s title references a conversation Cariello had with her son Jack, who asked one day what color she saw for Monday. Until then, she had no idea that he saw all days as colors, and in retelling the story she said, “On a seemingly ordinary day, Jack once again granted me the privilege to take a tiny peek inside his fascinating mind.”


     


    ABOUT THE AUTHOR


    Carrie Cariello lives in Southern New Hampshire with her husband, Joe, and their five children. 

  • 01:59

    Body of Truth/All About Skin

    in History

    Harriet Brown will talk about her book on the nation's obsession with weight. The book is Body of Truth.


    The editor of All About Skin: Short Fiction by Women of Color, Jina Ortiz will discuss the anthology and the problems being a woman of color writing fiction.

  • 00:06

    What are the benefits of Electro Body Sculpting?

    in Weight Loss

    Electro Body Sculpting  or commonly referred to as Electrotherapy is excellent for weight loss and muscle toning. It is a powerful, safe and painless alternative to surgery or drugs, achieving rapid results with no downtime. The soothing electro-stimulation breaks up fat and strengthens, tones and firms abdominals, glutes, legs, arms and love handles.


    Other benefits include improved circulation, toxin elimination increased metabolism and lymph drainage.


    For more information visit www.beachbeautifulbody.com


     

  • 00:02

    Speak Live Nation W/ Cedric Nettles -Journalist And Presenter Amanda Fitzpatrick

    in Radio


    Amanda has been featured  in dozens of local magazines and newspapers for her work in the community and trailblazing career.  In December 2013, she recognized by D Magazine as one of the "10 Most Beautiful Women in Dallas."  She was named "2014 People to Watch" by Dallas Weekly newspaper. In 2014 she was named a grand marshal in the Elite News MLK Day parade and featured in their publication.Ms. Fitzpatrick is an Award winning Journalist residing in Dallas, TX.  

    Amanda is currently the Fill-in Traffic Reporter on WFAA-TV Daybreak.   You can also read her blogs on the hottest celebrity events, comedy shows, concerts, red carpet premieres and sporting events in the Dallas-Fort Worth area on www.dallasblack.com (10.1 million monthly visitors) 




     

  • 00:21

    Master the Music Business Sister!

    in Self Help

    Bree Noble's passion is helping women musical entertainers succeed.  Bree launched Women of Substance Radio, an Online Radio Station started in 2007 that plays the BEST music by female artists in all genres. Bree's vision for the station from the outset was to promote quality female Indie Artists by providing a platform where their music could be heard alongside icons of the past like Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Aretha Franklin, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Tracy Chapman, Suzanne Vega, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, No Doubt, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Alanis Morissette, Indigo Girls, Michelle Branch, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Colbie Caillat, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Amy Winehouse, Fiona Apple, Christina Perri, Ingrid Michaelson, Lorde, Mary J Blige, The Band Perry, Taylor Swift & so many more. Bree continues her commitment to her mission by helping female artists navigate the intracies of the music industry.  


    Bree Noble is an entrepreneur, musician and speaker. On her newest Podcast, Female Entrepreneur Musician, she conducts interviews with successful Indie female artists and industry pro that are both inspirational and informational.


     Learn more about Women of Substance at http://www.wosradio.com and about Female Entrepreneur Musician at www.FEMusician.com


     


    Social Media Links: http://www.twitter.com/breenoble, http://www.facebook.com/breenoblemusic

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