• 02:08

    SIgNoThEtImEsw Queen Tahiyrah & Dr. James Jones Malcolm X on Human Rights 1965

    in Motivation

    Tonight we will be discussing The Honorable Malcolm X and the last speech he gave in Detroit, the night after his home was fire bombed. During this impassioned speech and plea to the African community, Brother Malcolm outlines what the community, all of the community, should and could be doing to protect its Human Rights- Our true inalienable rights- to Life Liberty & the Pursuit of Justice & Happiness.


    It is not acceptable to settle any longer. We must step up as a commUNITY and establish ourselves as the vanguards of the revolution that never had the real opportunity to take place. We must learn from the mistakes of the past-never to repeat them again. And when we are faced with injustices, over prosecution and persecution, we must stand up for not only ourselves, but for every mother, brother, sister, cousin and friend who we directly and indirectly represent. 


    An injustice to one, is an injustice to all.


    I am still my Brother and my Sister's Keeper. And we are not afraid. 


    UNITY is the key. 


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fnPXw-Tn6I


     


     

  • 03:00

    Pan-African Journal: Special Worldwide Radio Broadcast

    in Politics

    Listen to this special edition of the Pan-African Journal hosted by Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of the Pan-African News Wire. In this broadcast we will feature our PANW reports on developments in St. Louis County, Missouri where yet another African American youth was shot to death by police on Dec. 23; the upcoming 50th anniversary of the culmination of the voting rights struggle in Selma in 1965; as well as the impact on the declining price of oil in Nigeria. In the second hour we examine the relationship between the growth of capitalism and slavery in the world economic system. Our third hour does a retrospective history on the role of sugar in western culture and political economy. 

  • DANIEL CLARK NETWORK RADIO SPOTLIGHT ON BROTHER MALCOLM X AND HIS SPEECHES

    in Entertainment

    JOIN ME TODAY AS WE LISTEN TO SPEECHES FROM BROTHER MALCOLM X IN 1965 AND WHY OR WE STILL DEALING WITH THESE SAME ISSUES TODAY 2015 CALL 646-478-4995

  • 00:42

    Billie Film Survey

    in Film

    Patty Duke stars in the 1965 coming-of-age comedy about a girl who runs to change the status quo.

  • MEL CARTER - EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW - THURS, DEC 18, 2014 - 6:00 PM PST

    in Radio

    MEL CARTER BIO: Carter recorded for Sam Cooke's SAR record label in the early 1960s. He had his first hit in 1962 at the age of nineteen with "When a Boy Falls in Love", which was co-written by Cooke.


    By the time he reached his commercial peak with Imperial Records in the middle of the decade, he was specializing in pop ballads. His biggest success was the Top 10 Billboard Hot 100 hit, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me," which reached Number 8, in 1965. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc. He had a couple of other Top 40 entries over the next year, "Band of Gold" and "All of a Sudden My Heart Sings", as well as a few other easy listening sellers.


    Carter appeared on the DVD of the PBS special, Doo Wop 51, recorded in 2001 performing his hit.


    Carter later acted on television programmes such as Quincy, M.E.,Sanford and Son, Marcus Welby, M.D.and Magnum, P.I..

  • 00:30

    Racism Hid Behind Rose Colored Glasses in America, 1964~2008

    in Politics

    America is into rose color glasses. Americans only want to see certain things in certain ways. It may be OK to pretend we are not 50 pounds over weight. We can just buy a larger size of the same outfit. Then we don't have to face the truth. Is it never OK to wear rose colored glasses when it is about our own health and well being. It is not OK when it harms society. This country was once was young, but now we are old. America is old enough to have fixed broken from centuries ago. It is time for America face the facts of our history and grow up. Repent and fix the mistakes past and present. This is the only way we all can begin to heal. America was the land of the Indians. Whites immigrated to America and stole America from Indians. White sea Captains stole Africans and brought them to America to sell to plantation owners to use as free labor. Africans that survived the trip to America were beat into submission to obey White men. Animals and Africans had basically the same value. Property of White men. Africans were stripped of their language to prevent plotting to escape. Africans were property of Whites until 1865. Africans were freed, yet freedom for many lead to sharecropping on some of the same plantations where they slaved in bondage. When Black begin to use their skills to produce and make money, Black code laws were put in place to keep Blacks dependent on Whites. Immigrants entering America were blended into the social order of the country, putting immigrants above Africans. Africans by now were viewed very negatively by all. African either submitted to being characterized as nothing, or they were beat brutally or hung by the neck until dead and left to be seen by all other Africans who dared to not accept racism in America. After the Civil Rights Act of 1965 racism put on rose colored glasses. 2008, the glasses come off.

  • 00:38

    NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING MYSTERY WRITER PHILLIP MARGOLIN

    in Entertainment

    Sunday, December 7, 8 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show brings you a conversation with New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin, whose brand new mystery WOMEN WITH A GUN has just been released. 


    Phillip Margolin’s rise to become one of America’s most respected mystery writers was a circuitous root. Margolin, raised in New York City and Levittown, New York graduated from The American University in Washington, D.C. with a Bachelor's Degree in Government. From 1965 to 1967, he was a Peace Corps volunteer in Liberia, West Africa. Following his service in Africa, Margolin attended New York University School of Law. From 1972 until 1996, Margolin was in private practice in Portland, Oregon, specializing in criminal defense at the trial and appellate levels. As an appellate attorney he appeared before the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, the Oregon Supreme Court and the Oregon Court of Appeals. As a trial attorney, he handled all sorts of criminal cases in state and federal court and represented approximately 30 people charged with homicide, including several who faced the death penalty. He was also the first Oregon attorney to use the Battered Women's Syndrome to defend a battered woman accused of murdering her spouse. Then to our great fortune, Phillip Margolin started writing. Eighteen novels later, many of them New York Times bestsellers, winner of the Distinguished Northwest Writer Award, Margolin outdoes himself with his newest contribution to fiction, his haunting WOMEN WITH A GUN.


    A conversation with bestselling author Phillip Margolin about his new book WOMEN WITH A GUN on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds, Sunday, 8 pm ET. For more information on The Halli Casser-Jayne Show visit Halli Casser-Jayne dot com.

  • 00:31

    Post Romantic Stress Disorder with John Bradshaw

    in Spirituality

     


    For the past four decades, John Bradshaw has combined his exceptional skills as the role of counselor, author, management consultant, theologian, philosopher, and public speaker, becoming one of the leading figures in the fields of addiction/recovery, family systems, relationships, Spiritual and emotional growth, and management training. John brought the phrases dysfunctional families and inner child into mainstream society. His dynamic training and therapies are practiced all over the world. A much sought out speaker, John has truly touched and transformed the lives of millions.  He was elected by a group of his peers as ‘one of the most influential writers on emotional health in the 20th Century.’


    During his years of study, John developed a drinking problem, and on December 11, 1965, took a drastic step—he committed himself to Austin State Hospital for the treatment of his dependency to alcohol.  John continues to celebrate that day; because that was the day he took his last drink.  John signed himself out of the hospital after six days and entered an alcohol recovery program.  


    Over the past 35 years the venerable John Bradshaw has hosted, appeared on, been interviewed on over 800 television and radio shows. worldwide.  JohNews, CNN-Talk Back Live,the BBC and on Sirius Radio. Hollywood Reporter), newspapers (includingChicago Tribune, LChicago Tribune, Dallas Morning News, Houston Chronicle, Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, and Portland's Oregonian.)  

  • 01:02

    National & International Roundtable

    in Current Events

     Native American Billy Mills


    1964 10,000m Olympic Gold Medalist


    1965 World Record 6 Mile Run,1984 movie release: Running Brave, 2nd Greatest Olympic moment of the 20th century- Runners World's Greatest Distance race on the track in the 20th century - Running Times Magazine South Dakota Athlete of the Century - Sports Illustrated Number one track and field battle of the 20th century- “100 Greatest Track & Field Battles of the 20th Century” Jeff Hollobaugh


    Inducted: United States Olympic Track and Field Hall of Fame, United States Track and Field Hall of Fame, Multi-Ethnic Sports Hall of Fame


    Recipient:·       Presidential Citizens Medal, 2012 By President Obama 2013


    ·     NCAA Theodore Roosevelt Institution Award, 2014


    ·       Anti-Defamation League, Acts of Courage, Concert


    Against Hate, 2014. 


     

  • 02:42

    Rosa Lee Brooks joins CHOC'LET in a bEarthday tribute to JIMI HENDRIX!!!!!!

    in Music

    This show is a birthday tribute for Jimi Hendrix with a special lady of his, Rosa Lee Brooks.


    Rosa Lee Brooks is a Soul/Blues singer and performer who recorded two songs in 1965 "MY DIARY" and "UTEE" with a young and unknown Jimi Hendrix on guitar. 
    Rosa continues to keep Jimi's legacy alive. Hear her story!!!

  • 00:17

    Dr. Ariston Awitan

    in Business

    Dr. Ariston Awitan, is a retired orthopedic surgeon, after 33 years as a success in his profession. 


    Initially born and educated in the Philippines, emigrated to the USA in 1965 and then retrained in the USA to practice here.


     He has established a non-profit organization called  "The Jularis Non Profit Charitable Foundation". 
     
    The mission of the non-profit is to help fund a charity hospital in the Philippines, fund the basic sciences in the local college of medicine, and support seminaries through the education of priests.


    Listen live every Saturday at 2:00PM Eastern time. This weeks show is a replay from 5/23/14.
    You may contact Dr.Awitan at: http://sozoglobal.com/jularis or call (713)392-5493.

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