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  • 02:04

    THE EXCEPTIONAL CONSERVATIVE SHOW®: CHINA'S LITTLE CIVIL WAR IN SOUTH SUDAN

    in Politics

    THEEXCEPTIONALCONSERVATIVESHOW.COM WITH KEN MCCLENTON


    9 PM ET   DR. BONA MALWAL & RAYNARD JACKSON JOIN US TO TALK SOUTH SUDAN


    10 PM ET   DR. JONES JOINS US TO DISCUSS FERGUSON ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS


    THE EXCEPTIONAL CONSERVATIVE  SHOW®, MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAYS, 9 PM ET TO 11 PM ET, & AN AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE'S EXPLORATION OF THE INSPIRED WORD OF GOD, FRIDAYS AT 7 AM ET

    THE EXCEPTIONAL CONSERVATIVE COMMANDO APPEARS ON CONSERVATIVE COMMANDOS RADIO SHOW AIRING ON WNJC SUPER 1360 AM “PHILADELPHIA’S RENAISSANCE RADIO STATION” FRIDAYS, 3PM ET TO 5 PM ET


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  • 01:47

    Ethnic and Religious Conflicts in South Sudan, the CAR, the DRC and Nigeria

    in Education

    You are invited to the ICERM Radio Panel Discussion Broadcast.


    Theme: Ethno-Religious Conflicts in South Sudan, the CAR, the DRC and Nigeria: Encouraging Aspects within the Chaos


    Date: Thursday, January 16 2014 at 7:30 pm in EST, New York.


    Every community, whether village or nation, is an expression of the consciousness of that community in that place and time. This consciousness affects the communities’ identity, perspectives, and so their interaction with each other and the outside world.


    This week, we are honored to have an exceptional panel of experts whose knowledge and expertise can help bring a deeper understanding of the individual and collective consciousness at work breeding & feeding conflict in South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic, and Nigeria.


    Within the chaos, even in the direst situations, there are adaptive strategies at play. There is an emergent thinking that is working; there are individuals and budding paradigms that hold promise.


    In the next hour, we hope to gain new insights into that which offers us hope & inspires optimism for Africa.


    Overarching questions: Where do these healthy strategies emerge from? What can we do to foster these ideas? Support these individuals? Nurture these adaptive paradigms?


    Experts / Panelists


    Dr. Mwangi S. Kimenyi


    Modem Lawson-Betum


    Prof. John Mukum Mbaku


    Ambassador Shola J. Omoregie


    Agiri Chris JN Esq


    Prof. René Lemarchand


    To listen to the show, please stay on this page. To ask questions dial +1-(347) 989-8294.

  • 02:02

    THE BIRTH OF SOUTH SUDAN

    in Culture

    Today the world's youngest nation has been born. But this time it is Africans giving up part of their land and resources in order to have peace in their own world.
    What does this mean to the sovereignty of South Sudan and the African continent? Would it really achieve the intended goal? What should Africa do to help its newest state?
    Join us; Francis Aka-eri

  • 01:00

    Nancy Wilcox, South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness

    in Current Events

    Our guest this morning is Nancy Wilcox, co-chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness.


    Nancy has been a full-time volunteer for the past 20 years, most recently serving as co-chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness (SBCEH) since 2013.  In this capacity she helps oversee the day-to-day operational workings of this organization, which was formed in the 1980s. 


    •Lead writer for the South Bay’s Coordinated Entry System grant applications 2014 and 2015 funding


    •SBCEH lead coordinator for the 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Beginning in 2005, this HUD-mandated census is held every other year in late January. 


    •Served as the South Bay Project Manager for the CES “Scale-Up” South Bay team from November 2013-April 2014. 


    After Nancy received her Information Sciences Bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Cruz, she worked for TRW at its Redondo Beach “Space Park” location until the mid-1990’s.  During her engineer career, she worked in the area of software development for “command and control” and satellite projects. She developed her leadership skills first as a section head and later as a subproject manager while at TRW.


    Prior to joining SBCEH, Mrs. Wilcox volunteered at the Torrance Unified School District, most notably at South High School, where she worked in its library for 8 years.


    Nancy is married and has one son.  As a native Angelino, she has called the South Bay home for the past 35 years.


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  • 00:30

    Great Loop Radio: Cruising the Atlantic ICW in South Carolina

    in Travel

    Join us as Larry Dorminy of The Salty Southeast Cruisers' Net tells us what to expect while cruising the Atlantic ICW in South Carolina, including tides, shoaling, must-see ports, best marinas and anchorages, and more.

  • 00:31

    NWAC South Fastbreak Show

    in Basketball

    This show is hosted by Greg Crawford, editor of http://crawfordsgolfdaily.blogspot.com and http://gregcrawfordbasketball.blogspot.com

  • 01:42

    LIVE FREE Horoscopes & Readings ADVICE Bruce Jenner +more Earthquakes CALL IN!

    in Spirituality

    Join the worlds most successful parnormal investigator of all time, SpookHunter Owen along with Damon, the SpookHunter Tech.  Joined tonight by Tim the Fisherman & Psychic Steve.


     


    The Agenda:


    The Death of Tinkerbell
    Enotional States
    Bruce Jenner
    Spook-A-Palooza (South Florida June 2015)
    Nepal Earthquake
    St. Augustine, FL


     


    Call in and join the fun.

  • 00:30

    THE CANARY with Jacqueline T. Moore

    in Books

    THE CANARY with Jacqueline T. Moore


    RECIPE FOR ADVENTURE


    1 spunky widow


    1 hateful church lady


    2 sailors & 1 checkerboard


    5 little darlin’s + I smarty stinker


    Add 1 apron pocket full of jewels


    Mix well and bake in the 1890’s Galveston heat


    Myra Gallaway, a young widow with five children, supports her family by walking the wharves of Galveston selling homemade sweets. She never imagined she’d be joining forces with husband-hating church society queen, Julia Jameson. Myra’s apron pockets are soon filling up with the unspendables man smuggling sailor friends Sure Foot and Black Jack need to move. The Klondike gold fields are calling hapless dreamers and the boys are all about obliging them, yet everybody knows that a sailor cannot spend what he does not earn.


    Some people call Jacqueline T. Moore a snowbird because she spends so much time writing in South Carolina. Not so. She loves the Ohio winters with all the ice and snow. She says, “Traveling south in the summer makes me a sunflower…and a beach bum!” As a writer and educator, Jacqueline surrounds herself with words. She savors the sounds and sense of letters put together to create a lasting memory. Her debut novel, THE CANARY, is inspired by a most beautiful yellow diamond that rests on her finger and the whispered family secrets about how it got there.


    Please visit her at www.jacqueline-t-moore.com and on Facebook at Jacqueline T. Moore for conversations and updates on her next book, THE CHECKERBOARD.


    Stop by the Beach Author Network on Facebook, 'Like' our page and join in the converstaion with our exceptional group of authors https://www.facebook.com/groups/423531187727589/

  • 02:59

    Pan-African Journal: Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. We feature our regular PANW reports with dispatches on Yemen, the African migration crisis in the Mediterranean, the efforts by the South African government to curtail xenophobic violence, the African-Asian Summit in Indonesia and other issues. The second hour highlights an update on the medical emergency of United States political prisoner Mumia Abu-Jamal in an interview with his wife Wadiya. Also in the second hour we present a radio broadcast with host Abayomi Azikiwe aired earlier this week over Radio 786 in Cape Town, South Africa on the African migration crisis from the Mediterranean to RSA. In the final hour we will hear an audio documentary on the life, times and ideas of A. Phillip Randolph, the labor organizer and civil rights activist during the 20th century.

  • 00:33

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    Here is an article taken from a News paper coming out of South Africa Yesterday. "Shackled, four men who allegedly stabbed Emmanuel Sithole to death at the weekend smiled at their loved ones, even sharing a joke, as they were led to the holding cells of Johannesburg's Alexandra Magistrate's Court.


    "They were laughing just like that as they walked away from killing my brother," wept Sithole's sister Thando Sithole.


    "They hunted him down like a dog. They killed him like a dog in the street. And now they laugh.''


    Speaking after Mthinto Bhengu, Sizwe Mngomezulu, Ayanda Sibiya and Sifundi Mzimela appeared in court, Thando Sithole was unable to contain her rage.


    "We want justice. We want them to get life. They must get life for taking a life. They must never taste freedom again."


    Sithole's younger sister, Jordina Masia, who was with Emmanuel when he was attacked, said she had pleaded with the men not to hurt him. "I begged. I cried. I asked them not to. They killed him because when they took his cigarettes without paying, Emmanuel confronted them, demanding payment. Just like that they killed him."


    A series of photographs in the Sunday Times chronicling the Mozambican trader's murder in Alexandra on Saturday continues to enrage South Africans.


    That rage, compounded by Monday night's shooting of a Zimbabwean couple in Alexandra, prompted the government to deploy hundreds of troops to the township and other xenophobia flashpoints, including in KwaZulu-Natal.


    Late last night, about 400 police, supported by heavily armed infantry soldiers in armoured vehicles, shut down large sections of Jeppestown, Johannesburg." With the greatest of scrutiny and disbelief I am watching as the Fall of African Unity begins


     

  • 01:01

    EARTHSKY People: Victoria interviews Doug Simons PLANT MEDICINE & PLANT PEOPLE

    in Spirituality

    http://VictoriaVives.com/radio  Interview with SPECIAL GUEST, Doug SImons. At 11 years old, Doug Simons began learning about the native plants of Colorado from his mother. His awareness, knowledge and connection to the plant world has only grown stronger through his life and travels across the American continent. His learning and practicing of medicine has taken place in the Western U.S., Mexico, Central and South America. Through these travels he has learned from many indigenous cultures, some of which include the Tarahumara, the Tohono O’Odham, and the Navajo. www.chanchka.com


    Victoria Vives Khuong hosting EARTH SKY people RADIO ~ Living in Harmony with Mother Earth and Awakening to an Intergalactic Society!


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