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Join host Natalie Young brodacasting from Liberia West Africa discussing Ebola with Pastor Nyanford Gibson on RHL Ministry Radio's weekly broadcast "THE POWER OF PERSUASION " The apostle and his brethren used every argument and persuasion, to lead men to believe in the Lord Jesus, and to act as his disciples. Their zeal and diligence were for the glory of God and the good of the church. ~2 Corinthians 5:12~
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Ebola Outbreak in West Africa!
Survival Medicine w/ Bones & Amy
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In this episode of the Doom and Bloom(tm) Survival Medicine Hour, Joe Alton, M.D. and Amy Alton, A.R.N.P. talk about latest developments in the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, a hidden epidemic in the USA called "Valley Fever", and some essentials for the well-furnished sick room in a survival scenario.
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Black people who remained in Africa only knew Goddesses and Gods for 200,000 years. The Romans and Abrabs brought Islam and Christian religions to east and west Africa--and colonized blacks with the notion of Jesus Christ and God.
The people in my family are griots.
A griot is a West African term for a storyteller of family, tribe, nation and cultural history.
A griot (/'gri.o?/; French pronunciation: ?[g?i.o]), jali or jeli (djeli or djéli in French spelling) is a West African historian, storyteller, praise singer, poet and/or musician. The griot is a repository of oral tradition and is often seen as a societal leader due to his traditional position as an adviser to royal personages. As a result of the former of these two functions, he is sometimes also called a bard.
"Though [the griot] has to know many traditional songs without error, he must also have the ability to extemporize on current events, chance incidents and the passing scene. His wit can be devastating and his knowledge of local history formidable".
Although they are popularly known as "praise singers", griots may use their vocal expertise for gossip, satire, or political comment.
Who do we have from our community that will have precise political commentary?
We are hidden away from commentary that will help our people because our time in front of the fire talking to our ancestors and our elders has been eliminated and the ideas of the dominate culture that is filtered through the televisions have become our concern and our touchstone.
Let's tell our stories and keep our culture alive!
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On Friday February 20th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst please join Ken McKeighen and Ray Owczarzak. Ray and Ken will explore the biotopes from deserts to swamps, rivers to the seas, and more. Their first show will be the rivers of west Africa and how to keep the various cichlids living in them, including the jewel cichlids.
Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. This broadcast features regular PANW reports on events in Egypt, Venezuela, the police killing of Tamir Rice in Cleveland and the ongoing battle against the Ebola Virus Disease in West Africa. In the second and third hour we begin a monthlong series of programs honoring Women's History Month. The first segment reviews selected speeches and interviews with Civil Rights activist Mrs. Fannie Lou Hamer of Mississippi during the 1960s and 1970s. We also look at the role of women in the fight against the prison industrial complex with Theresa Shoatz in Philadelphia. The final hour features an interview with academic Beth Richie who discusses her research on gender violence and institutional racism impacting African American women.
E.O.A. was established on the need for an advanced focused and practical approach to address and resolve the current environmental issues that plague the infrastructure of Africa present day. They see that there are three major issues that once resolved dramatically improves the quality of life for our beloved Africa. EYE of AFRICA has set focus on these three:
Domestic Waste Disposal, Malaria Eradication and Prevention, Preservation of Natural and Renewable Resources.
Please join Host Antoinette Harrell and the founder of Eye of Africa. Also joining the host is humanitarian and development Chief Nana Nasi of Bunkaso, Ghana West Africa as he discuss the need for water wells. Ghana Missions Project International would like to ship needed items to the needy in Ghana for village growth and developments in the near future. Many of us maybe aware of the impoverish conditions in Africa. Lack of clean water food educational supplies for the people and children.
Jeremy and Matt are joined by SB Nation's bracket expert Chris Dobbertean to discuss how the Mountain West will fare in getting bids into the NCAA Tournament. We also will discuss the past week and look ahead to how the remaining games will impact seeding for the conference tournament.
Who is the hottest team heading into the Mountani West tournament, and is the easy answer just going with Boise State since they swept San Diego State and split the season series with Colorado State?