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  • 02:59

    From 1921 to 1957 the priesthood was not confered,

    in Religion

    From 1921 to 1957 the priesthood was not confered to the church and because of this many who believe they have the priesthood do not. Today we will discuss why this was done and what he must do to correct it in the church today.

    watch the video's at 

    Part one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJ_kJDkIvi8

    Part two https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvWHhSwL0oA





  • 02:07

    Episode 1921 - My Story - Gene Moody

    in Spirituality

    Episode 1921 - My Story - Gene Moody
    Recorded LIVE Mon 11-10-2014 on Omega Man Radio

    Apostle Gene Moody of Deliverance Ministries of Louisiana
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  • 00:14


    in Current Events

    POLITICAL ANIMALS--President Herbert Hoover birthday

    Robert Goddard the American scientist inventor of the Rocket

    FDR contracts Polio  1921

    Jimmy Dean Singer & Food inventor Jimmy Dean Pork 

    John Jurich--the man in 1958 who saved Mcdonald's from Bankruptcy( Ray Kroc)

    McDonald's in Norway caught discriminating against Blind woman accompanied by her service Dog

    19 year old white youth--Hammond unarmed but killed by Cop!  Where's the outrage?

    August 10th Births-Deaths & events Relevant to US(a)

  • 02:04


    in Education

    KONSCIOUS VIBES W/HOST Rahme'el El Bey PRESENTS: THE DESTRUCTION OF TULSA, OKLAHOMA'S BLACK WALLSTREET/LITTLE AFRICA.  Join us tonight as we discuss the bombing and destruction of one of the most prosperous Asiatic communities, post our enslavement.  We will answer such questions as were did the people come from that made up the Tulsa Oklahoma community of Moors.  We will speak about there economic base and speak about it destruction and final termination and how that was caused.  Then we will speak about how to go about rebuilding these structures within our own neighborhoods today.  

  • 01:11

    Black History Month: Greenwood Massacre of 1921

    in Lifestyle

    Our guest this week is Hannibal B. Johnson.  He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and  completed his undergraduate work at The University of Arkansas, where he carried a double major in economics and sociology.  Johnson is an attorney, author, and independent consultant.  Johnson has also served as an adjunct professor at The University of Tulsa College of Law, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Oklahoma. He is the author of a number of books but he is especially inspired by the experiences of Greenwood which he chronicled in Black Wall Street: From Riot to Renaissance in Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District.  

  • 02:40

    The umar Johnson and khym ringgold aka conscious stripper controversy ...

    in Education

    We need accountability and transparency in the conscious movement and no leaders we need a publicité and a grassroots movement door-to-door to educate our people so that they can vote for the direction of our peoples destiny and and then they pick from amongst us people to represent them to confront the governments of the world we don't need no leader the people need to come together and vote and decide on the direction that the black race will go we are at a critical time right now in the world where black people are under onslaught in almost every country it's time to wake up the first and last time we had a publicité was in 1921 marcus garveys unia had a conference and Harlem 31 days of negros from all over the black world to decide the fate of the Negros race ...

  • 00:44

    "White Rose" Sophia Scholl

    in History

    Sophia Scholl was born on May 9, 1921, the daughter of Robert Scholl, the mayor of Forchtenberg. Her full name was Sophia Magdalena Scholl. The family lived in Ludwigsburg, Germany from the summer of 1930 till spring of 1932, after which they moved to Ulm and finally to Munich where Sophie attended a secondary school for girls.

    At the age of twelve, she was required to join the Bund Deutscher Mädel (League of German Girls) as most young women at the time, but her initial enthusiasm gradually gave way to strong criticism. She was aware of the dissenting political views of her father, of friends, and also of some of her teachers. Political attitude had become an essential criterion in her choice of friends. The arrest of her brothers and friends in 1937 for participating in the German Youth Movement left a strong impression on her.

    After leaving school in 1940 Sophie became a kindergarten teacher at the Frobel Institute in Ulm-Soflingen. She had chosen this kindergarten job hoping that it would be recognized as an alternate service to 'Reichsarbeitsdienst' (National Labour Service), a prerequisite to be admitted to the University. However this was mistake as policy dictated that she had to serve six months of auxiliary war service as a nursery teacher in Blumberg. The military-like regimen of the Labour Service which caused her to change her views of National Socialism and eventually practice passive resistance.

    In the summer of 1942, the friends began to question and resist the principals and policies of the Nazi regime. The group decided to adopt the strategy of passive resistance that was being used by students fighting against racial discrimination in the United States. This included publishing leaflets calling for the restoration of democracy and social justice. These were distributed throughout central Germany and the Gestapo soon became aware of the group's activities.

  • 00:30


    in Politics

    “The shocked the white man, and confused him, so that he backed down by calling my father crazy. the story spread quickly around town; my father became known as a “crazy man” because he would not give in to the harassment of whites.  Strangely, this “crazy” reputation meant that whites were less likely to bother him. That is often the way of the oppressor .  He cannot understand the simple fact that people want to be free. so when a man resists oppression, they pass it off by calling him “crazy” or “insane.”  My father was called crazy for his refusal to let the white man call him “nigger” or to play Uncle Tom or allow whites to bother his family.  Crazy to the he was a hero to us.” Huey P Newton, Revolutionary Suicide 

    As to many of us Southern Black Americans our fathers where our only hero's or who ever was our father image. Sometimes it would be our Grand-fathers as in my case.  But we had our other hero's too and Denmark Vesey was one of them, Vessey is well known for planning a slave revolt in 1822.  A free Black Man who was a carpenter that won a lottery, and became a former slave in Charelston.   Before this he founded with others the AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH, the first independant black denomination in the nation. His slave revolt was leaked by one of the members of his church and Vessey and his followers were judged and sentenced to death in a secret proceeding and hanged on July 2, 1822. A true REVOLUTIONARY .

    Another hero was O. W. Gurely founder of Black Wall Street in Tulsa Oklahoma's Greenwood section today.  Who was an economic geneous in 1921, woh was killed with 3,000 others. The twon was bombed form the air and then the KKK looted and killed any surviors they found. by beating and hanging's most of the surviors were children

  • 01:49

    UPDATE: Grand Jury Petition to Investigate Sheriff Glanz and Department

    in Politics

    Urgent Update to the Grand Jury Petition to investigate the Tulsa Sheriff Department and Sheriff Glanz. A historic event for people fighting police brutality and human rights violations Call in and tell your thoughts on the matter or tell your experience so people can better understand why this time  - why this Sheriff - Why this city. 323 870 4626 . All calls taken.

  • 03:00

    Anti Police Brutality in Tulsa #GlanzGottaGo Update

    in Politics

    It is the day before the group known as We The People Oklahoma will turn in the Grand Jury petition for a investigation into the reserve deputy program within the Tulsa Sheriff Department & Tulsa Sheriff Glanz. How is the group holding up ? What should they expect at this point ? This action was instigated by the murder of Eric Harris April 4th 2015 in a Tulsa city street. As Eric Harris lay in the street, his belly on the pavement he was shot in the back by a 73 yr old reserve deputy, a one Robert Bates. As Eric Harris was bleeding and dying in tulsa , he uttered the words "I can't catch my breath " . The deputy now resigned replied back in a cruel manner "F&%K Your Breath" . We will be playing that audio - I ask that if you are sensitive are under the age of 18 that you do not listen to this podcast as it contains sensitive material. We will be discussing what a community can do under stressful situations as Tulsa finds itself in 2015.  Truthfully this is nothing new. In 1921 there were men, boys and women dead in the streets of Tulsa. The Tulsa Race riot of 1921 . We have to do better - Let us talk of the resource of the Grand Jury petition/investigation. Organize and plan what you will do should your city find itself in a silimar situation. Have advice ?- we will be glad to hear it . 323 870 4626 is the number to call. No Justice No Peace.

  • 01:59

    coffee tea and dorothy tillman

    in Politics

    May 30, 2015 Dororthy Wright Tillman discuss the 1921 Tulsa Massacre with Prof. James Smalls.