• 01:01

    The State of Black America: 50 Yrs after the 1965 Voting Rights Act (Pt. 5 of 6)

    in Education

    On Monday, February 9, 2015, we continue our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act." This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio features special guest Mr. Emmet Mitchell of the Detroit-based "The Milestones Agency". The Milestones Agency is a licensed prevention provider in the State of Michigan. Their family focused initiatives include Nationally Recognized Evidence- Based Prevention Programs and other curriculum designed to educate and empower school-aged children and their parents through personal and professional development.


    Join show hosts Dr. Eric Cooper and Dr. Nicole McZeal Walters for this exciting broadcast.


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    You are cordially invited to attend the: "150 Years After Slavery: The State of Black Education Summit" March 6, 2015
    Wallace Community College - 3000 Earl Goodwin Parkway - Selma, Alabama 36701 (visit NCEBC.org/SelmaEdSummit for more information)


    Honorary Chair: Congressman Robert C."Bobby" Scott (D,VA)


    Sponsored By: Jubilee Bridge Crossing Committee, National Council on Educating Black Children, and Elders House

  • 01:09

    The State of Black America: 50 Yrs after the 1965 Voting Rights Act (Pt. 4 of 6)

    in Education

                


    On Monday, February 2, 2015, we continue our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act." This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio is also a “Gift from the Elders to the Next Generation” broadcast. Queen Mother, Dr. Adelaide Sanford and co-host Kamau Jywanza welcome back Faya Rose Sanders to discuss the exciting developments for the 2015 Jubliee Celebration marking the 50th Anniversary of the notorious “Bloody Sunday.” Together, with additional special guests invited, we will review the importance of the 1965 Voting Rights law, the movie “Selma”, and the people depicted therein.


    You are cordially invited to attend the: "150 Years After Slavery: The State of Black Education Summit" March 6, 2015
    Wallace Community College - 3000 Earl Goodwin Parkway - Selma, Alabama 36701


    Honorary Chair: Congressman Robert C."Bobby" Scott (D,VA)


    Sponsored By: Jubilee Bridge Crossing Committee, National Council on Educating Black Children, and Elders House  

  • 01:01

    The State of Black America: 50 Yrs after the 1965 Voting Rights Act (Pt. 3 of 6)

    in Education

    Series Inspiration:


    “There needs to be a constantly growing and always reviving activist movement across America if we are going to maintain and expand victories and our vision for America. Since MLK Day is upon us next week, we must not forget Martin Luther King stood before and with thousands of people who made the Civil Rights movement what it was.  From Jamestown's slave pens to Montgomery's boycotted busses, these ordinary men, women and the hundreds of children who led the movement, labored in obscurity, from Selma to Montgomery to Washington they provided the foot soldiers who walked in dignity, rather than ride in shame.  They faced bombs in Birmingham, mobs in Mississippi and sat down at lunch counters so others could stand up.  They marched and they organized.” (Julian Bond, Activist)


     


    Show Overview:                    


    On Monday, January 26, 2015, we continue our 6 week series on "The State of Black America: 50 Years after the 1965 Voting Rights Act." This episode of NCEBCTalkRadio will introduce the model work of the Detroit Area Black Family Development, Inc. via a live conversation with Mr. Heaster Wheeler, Chief Innovation Officer.

  • 00:46

    The 50th anniversary of the 1965 march from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama.

    in Politics

    "The Voting Rights Act, the culmination of so much blood and sweat and tears, the product of so much sacrifice in the face of wanton violence, stands weakened, its future subject to partisan rancor, How can that be?If we want to honor this day, let these hundred go back to Washington, and gather four hundred more, and together, pledge to make it their mission to restore the law this year,” President Obama


    In Memorial of Jerry Pippin 1939-2015

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  • 01:11

    Episode 1965 - Speak My Word w/ Massive Deliverance in Jesus Christ Name

    in Spirituality

    Episode 1965 - Speak My Word w/ Massive Deliverance in Jesus Christ Name
    Warrior Shannon Ray Davis
    Recorded LIVE 11-24-2014 on Omega Man Radio


    Scripture Readings from the King James Bible


    Judges 17-21


    Acts 15


    Proverbs 24


    Psalms 24 / 54 / 84 / 114/ 144


    Shannon Ray Davis is The Omega Man


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    Casting out devils, Exorcism, Exorcist, Deliverance from demons in Jesus Christ Name is what omega man radio is all about.


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    Dial 1-917-889-2745 if you need an exorcism or deliverance from demons - in Jesus Christ Mighty Name.


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    "Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy: and nothing shall by any means hurt you." LUKE 10:19

  • 02:03

    Honoring Rev. James Bevel & Diane Nash Selma to Montgomery 50 Years

    in Elections

    On March 13th, people from all over the country gathered in the small town of Selma, Alabama to commemorate 50 years of the March from Selma to Montgomery in support of the right to vote. The proposal for this historic movement was written by iconic Civil Rights Leaders Rev. James Bevel and (his then wife) Diane nash. It was Reverend James Bevel who called for the March from Selma to Montgomery on February 28, 1965; yet 50 years later, there was no celebration of them or their names hardly even mentioned in the festivities that went on last week.


    In May of 2007,Rev. James Bevel was arrested in Alabama on charges of incest committed sometime between October 1992 and October 1994 in Loudoun County, Virginia. Is this a reason not to celebrate Rev. James Bevel? Should we rewrite history and pretend that Rev. James Bevel never existed because of his criminal charges?


    Joining us tonight as we celebrate Rev. James Bevel and Diane Nash is the wife of Rev. James Bevel, "Helen Edmond-Bevel."


    LET'S GET READY TO EVOLVE INTO HIGHER CONSCIOUSNESS...

  • 00:29

    Back to What Good Old Days for Blacks?

    in Politics

    In the past, business owners have provided jobs and everyone was working. Why can't government let us get back to life like it was then? Why don't government just get out of the way and let business owners do what they  want? What time period was it when everyone in America who wanted a job, had a job and could purchase all the things they needed? Never ever has there been such a time. I worked over 40 years and I should have accomplished as much as my White counter part but I did not. Why not? Institutional racism. It is a part of life in America. It became part of life when slavery was abolished. Institutional racism was/is White men rebellious act toward government taking away their property, known as slaves. White men decided to not pay people wages whose labor they had gotten for free. And so institutional racism which begin in 1865 is backed up today by jobs numbers for February 2015.  Whites 4.7%. Latinos 6.6%. Blacks 10.5%. Oh and by the way. White men got paid by governement to give up their property, known today as Black people and government reneged on 40 acres and a mule the Black people.

  • 01:58

    Live : Celebrating the works of Ledgendary Ken Boothe and Derrick Harriott

    in Music

    The Legendary Ken Boothe, O.D Boothe began his recording career with Winston 'Stranger' Cole in the duo Stranger And Ken, releasing titles including 'World's Fair', 'Hush', 'Artibella' and 'All Your Friends' during 1963-65. Thereafter he released a series of hits on Clement Dodd's Studio One Label. When the rocksteady rhythm began to evolve during 1966 Boothe recorded 'Feel Good'. In 1968 at the age of 17, Ken Boothe released his first album "Mr. Rock Steady", which included numerous hits such as "The Girl I Left Behind", "When I Fall In Love", "I Don't Want to See You Cry", "Home, Home, Home", and the title many regard as one of Boothe's best exponents of song, "Puppet On A String". He recorded the local hit 'Say You" and "Lady With the Starlight". in 1968. In 1971, he inspired the world with his hit song "Freedom Street" on Leslie Kong's Beverley's label. This classic was co-written with BB Seaton, whom Ken had worked with from their Studio One days


    Derrick Harriott (born Derrick Clinton Harriott, 6 February 1939, Jamaica) is a singer and record producer. He has produced recordings by Big Youth, Chariot Riders, The Chosen Few, Dennis Brown, The Ethiopians, Harriott embarked on a solo career and later formed his own record label, Crystal. His first solo release, "I Care", was a hit, with further hits following with "What Can I Do" (1964), "The Jerk" (1965) and "I'm Only Human" (1965), all of which were included on his debut album, The Best of Derrick Harriott. In 1967 he had further solo hits with "The Loser" and "Solomon", as well as with productions of other artists, including The Ethiopians' "No Baptism", and Keith And Tex's "Tonight" and "Stop That Train

  • 02:02

    Lost Arts Radio Show #12 - Staying Sane, Clear & Connected In the Midst of Chaos

    in Health

    Lost Arts Radio host Richard Sacks (www.lostartsradio.com) has been an independent holistic health scientist since 1965. Initially motivated by his own serious health problems of the time, he made the decision to explore beyond the accepted limits and understandings of medical science to regain the vibrant state of health and ageless energy he felt was our normal condition. He began an investigation of the deeper knowledge of health and consciousness from ancient sources that modern science fails to comprehend and often brushes off with condescending arrogance. What he discovered in a multi-decade journey crossed many arbitrary dividing lines between physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health, organic agriculture (before USDA took over the term), and laws of nature that have been operating and were understood long before any of the philosophies, religions or academic disciplines we know of were even conceived. Having spent the last 40 years looking for ways to adapt ancient knowledge to modern conditions, reaching simultaneously into realms of science and consciousness, he continues the exploration and experimentation to this day. Recently invited to do a radio show on health in the broader sense of the word, covering many areas of study, Richard started Lost Arts Research Institute and Lost Arts Radio, to share what he has put together over a long period of study, trial and error, and discovery.


    This Saturday for the first time so far on Lost Arts Radio, Richard will share some of what he has learned over many years of this study, hoping that it might be useful to you in maximizing your own state of health, energy and well being during your life in this very challenging age.

  • 02:52

    CHINESE MAFIA AUTHOR & MONSTER CREATOR

    in Entertainment

    Tim Lilly was born in Washington D.C. on January 16th, 1965. At the age of 3 his family moved from Virginia to Taiwan while his father served in Vietnam as the Director of Air Operations for Air America in Military Region 2 based in Nha Trang. In 1973 the Paris Peace accord was signed thus ending American involvement in the war and Vietnam was declared safe for U.S. Dependants, subsequently; he and his family relocated there shortly after the treaty was signed. On April 1st, 1975 Tim and his family left Vietnam just before Saigon fell to the North Vietnamese Army on April 30th. They had visited Hawaii several times on vacation and decided to make that their home. His father started a real estate business where Tim began to work at the age of 14. He eventually came to run the company in 2005 but it was decimated by the Great Recession of 2008 and closed its doors on June 30th, 2009. Tim Lilly has been a lifetime martial artist and speaks Mandarin due to his living in Taiwan at such a young age. He is now exploring a career in acting, martial arts stunt work, and is now an author. His first work of fiction; "Wode Susu-My Uncle-A Story Of The Chinese Mafia", is a ground breaking look into the inner workings of the most secretive criminal organization the world has ever known.


    Also on Hammer 96.7, special fx horror king, Ward Benoit---


    Ward Benoit has been in this business for a little over 3 years!! In that time he has been in or worked on 6 local feature films (Creeping Crawling, Little Bi Peep, Cryptid, Future Stakes, Dead Burger and Dr Acid Face) 3 short films (Fresh Meat, Home, Invisible Guest) 3 webseries (The May Files, The Monster of the Week, Super Knocked Up) & 5 music videos!! Ward is proud of his accomplishments and in between films he has been doing some photo shoots! He's done The Butcher Shop, Terminator vs Zombies, Santas Slay, and the latest one called "The Shoot"!

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