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  • 01:05

    L.A. Steel Show / Union Night

    in News

    Union issues, politics, economy, the collapse of the Hillary Clinton Campaign, The Republican 20 something candidates, Strikes, worker safety, middleclass standards of living, living wages.The fall of Walmart. 

  • 00:16

    MUSICDRAMATV - Talks Violence in the Community (PSA)

    in News

    MUSICDRAMATV - Talks Violence in the Community (PSA)


    While bullies, gangs, weapons, and substance abuse all contribute to the fear experienced by many of today's students, violence in America's neighborhoods and communities cannot be overlooked. The roots of violence reach deep into society


    2.6 million youth ages 12 to 17 were victims of violent crimes  Many young people, aware of the dangers that exist within their communities and schools, feel compelled to make changes in their lifestyles. MUSICDRAMATV.NET


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  • 01:59

    Tolec Talks

    in Spirituality

    We of the star systems & planets of the Andromeda Council are your  family  &  friends.    We  are  here  to  let  you  know  your planet Earth/Terra and all of your people are about to go through major changes, a major stage of growth,  a  shift-up  in  vibration, called “upliftment”.  

  • 00:28

    Heather Voight talks about her book, "Passionate Crusaders"

    in History

    Historian Heather Voight talks about her new book, "Passionate Crusaders: How Members of the U.S. War Refugee Board Saved Jews and Altered American Foreign Policy during World War II."


    About Passionate Crusaders:


    Passionate Crusaders tells the gripping story of a few righteous Americans who sought to do what many thought impossible in 1944--save Jews who had not yet been murdered in the Holocaust.


    By January 1944, Treasury Department officials Henry Morgenthau, John Pehle, and Josiah DuBois had already convinced President Franklin Roosevelt to create the War Refugee Board, an agency with the authority to provide rescue and relief for Jews and other groups persecuted by the Nazis.


    Scholars have criticized the Board for its inability to save more Jews and maintained that the agency should have been created sooner. Heather Voight's groundbreaking research proves that despite its shortcomings, the War Refugee Board changed history and forever altered American foreign policy. Its creation ended the cycle of indifference that the government and the American public had shown to victims of the Holocaust. In the words of Henry Morgenthau, from 1944-1945 "crusaders, passionately persuaded of the need for speed and action" risked their reputations and sometimes their lives to save Jews.


    In addition to saving more than 100,000 lives, Board members also made a lasting impact on international law. They pressured the War Crimes Commission to broaden its definition of war crimes by including the murder of civilians by their own countrymen. This new definition of war crimes was applied to genocides committed many decades later in Bosnia and Rwanda, and continues to be used today.


    About Heather Voight: Heather Voight is a successful freelance writer and history blogger. She has a B.A. in History and English.

  • 02:30

    Music Talks Radio Necesscary

    in Radio

    Home of the unsigned artist

  • 00:41

    Eddie Alvarez Talks Fight He Wanted; Lawler is Healed Ready To Defend 5-30-15

    in Sports

    Years ago, the then Strikeforce standout Gilbert Melendez wanted a piece of Bellator champion Eddie Alvarez. On June 13, the fight will actually take place. Alvarez talks about what to expect. 


    Robbie Lawler has taken some time off after winning the UFC welterweight title. Now, he is healed up and ready to defend his title against Rory McDonald. How did the time off help the champion?


    In our Reality Check segment, Jorge Alonso and host Rodolfo Roman give their opinion on the world of professional wrestling. 


    Topics discussed this week are TNA Impact cancellation rumors, Samoa Joe's NXT debut and a possible feud between Triple H and WWE champion Seth Rollins. 


    Also, we take a look back at UFC 187 and our thoughs on the whole pay-per-view. 


    Follow us on Twitter, Like us on Facebook and visit our websitewww.TheRomanShow.com. 

  • 00:52

    MedStar Union Memorial talks long-term effects after cancer

    in Health

    Have you had cancer? Do you have cancer?


    Do you know what the long-term effects are of having cancer?


    Of having certain types of treatments?


    Will your cancer change your life or


    Did it change your life??


    Join the show live... or in replay...


     

  • 02:11

    MUSIC TALKS

    in Radio

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  • 00:39

    Alabama Flaggers Union Springs Update

    in Politics

    The Flagging of Union Springs, Alabama, Preserving Our Heritage


    Confederate’s Most Wanted!


    We are going to Union Springs on the 20th instead of the 19th. There is only one hotel, and for safety reasons, I feel the 20th would be better. We will meet one block from City Hall behind the Union Springs Nutrition Center, at 204 Baskin Street North. We will first have pray, and Tim Kent, a great speaker will speak. Others whom wish to speak can, but I ask that we keep it clean and ...show these people we have class. The media will be there so we need to look good, and Union Springs look bad, which Mr. Penn has already accomplished. We will make our demands and see where we get, since you cannot predict what will go on. We will sing “Dixie”. I hope this is a success a lot of people will be watching us. This is our chance to make a Stand and show others we are tired of being walked on. God Bless the South, and God Bless all of you who care and come to support your Heritage. Justin Burton.


    June 20, 2015 11:00


    “ We will fight till hell freezes over, then we will fight on the ice”


    ALABAMA FLAGGERS
    Gadsden, Alabama 35904


     

  • 01:01

    OBAP 's ACE Academy and Remembering James Jamesie Brewster

    in Culture

    Welcome OBAP (Organization of Black Aerospace Professionals)  Aviation Career Education Academy (ACE). OBAP ACE Academies are co-sponsored with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and other select organizations or institutions.


    Their academies include many interesting educational activities and field trips. During an OBAP academy, students can expect to participate in activities that feature STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) components. They also include trips to aviation related facilities and receive tours of areas the general public normally never see. Also, their academies offer students the opportunity to perform actual flights in a general aviation aircraft. Traditionally, these flights are easily the highlights of a student's experience.


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    Born on St. Croix in 1929, James Jamesie Brewster is known throughout the Caribbean as the undisputed King of Scratch Band Music. He is known for his humorous, provocative and playful ompositions and for his lively performances. He has performed throughout the Caribbean and in Europe and has recorded a number of albums over the past fifty years.


    Surprisingly, when Jamesie was younger, his father only allowed him to play percussion and not guitar. Jamesie was determined to prove to his father that he was capable of playing guitar and so made his own out of a sardine can and a piece of white pine lumber.


    With a hand-carved keyboard and key-head and strings made out of twine from an old sack of flour, this guitar has become his signature instrument. In the six decades that have followed, Jamesie has continued to use this type of guitar when performing and recording music, although not exclusively.


    Jamesie is a Crucian from the instant he wakes up and in the way he eats, dresses, sits, smokes, talks. He makes kitchen implements out of mahogany, makes musical instruments out of food tins, makes melee out of news.

  • 00:29

    Coast to Coast Radio with Ron Fitch

    in Radio

    Today I will be live at the chick fil a on 2319 US Highway 22 in Union, NJ talking about the NBA NHL or whatever you want to talk about  646 564 9874.