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  • 00:53

    A Continuation of the Prophecy given in 1965

    in Christianity

    A Continuation of the Prophecy given to Stanley Fordsham by the Holy Spirit in 1965. And how they relate to the times we are living in today.

  • 00:54

    The 1965 End Time Prophecy By Stanley Frodsham

    in Christianity

    An In-Depth look at the 1965 End Time Prophecy of Stanley Frodsham and how it relates to today.

  • 00:58

    Was 1965 the Most Revolutionary Year in Music?

    in Pop Culture

    "Nowhere to Run," "Help!" "Mr. Tamborine Man," "Ticket to Ride," "A Change is Gonna Come," and "Yesterday." 1965 was a year of incredible songs, TV shows, movies, and historical events. And here to walk through that mind-blowing year with us is author Andrew Grant Jackson whose book 1965: The Most Revolutionary Year in Music will bring back good memories (if you were indeed there) or introduce you to the fabbest era ever! John Lennon expert, Jude Southerland Kessler, (author of The John Lennon Series, http://www.johnlennonseries.com) will chat with Jackson about the catalysts for the BIG changes in 1965 and will explore the impact of The Beatles, The Stones, Bob Dylan, The Brill Building writers, the new Nashville sound, and Motown.


    As an added treat, at the end of the show, Marquise Ruffin, grandson of David Ruffin of The Temptations will join us for a chat about David's impact on music. And Marquise, who is an extremely talented musician in his own right will perform his latest hit song!


    Don't miss this great hour of music, both retro and current!


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  • 00:31

    'From 1965 to Today...Gaps of Inequality' - 02/28/15

    in History

    Join "Missing Pages of History" today, Sat. Feb. 28, 2015 at 12 Noon. Today's topic is: " From 1965 to Today...What Has Change...The Gap Inequalities?" & "DoesBlack Lives Matter?" Join us by dailing 818-337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history-inc

     

  • 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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  • 00:32

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    TODAY our show will be about the details of the Feb. 13, 1965 speech:


    THE AMERICAN SLAVE CODE in THEORY AND PRACTICE: its distinctive features shown by its statues, judicial decisions, and illustrative facts.WILLIAM GOODELL 


    2.)   Free peopled of color may be and continually are brought into Slavery, in this country, in a variety of ways. Some of these ways have been already specified, incidentally, while treating of other topics. Some will be specified hereafter. And they will be clustered together and averted again, in a chapter on "The Liberties of the Free People of Color."  In the mean time, the topic demands attention here, in our inquiry concerning the subjects of slavery, and we shall cite some particulars which need not be repeated again. The general fact of the enslavement of the free colors people, of the facility with which it is done, and the indifference, not to say the connivance, of the Southern Courts, will appear from the following: Davis vs. Sanford, Spring Term 1815; 6 Littell's Ky. Rep., 206.  


    FREE SOCIAL WORSHIP AND RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION PROHIBITED:  The Government not only permits the Master to forbid the free Social Worship and religious Instruction of his Slave, at his pleasure, but it also steps in with direct prohibitions of its own, which even the Master himself may relax or abrogate.


    "But despite the fact that I saw that Islam was a religion of brotherhood, I also had to face reality. And when I got back into this American society, I'm not in a society that practices brotherhood. I'm in a society that might preach it on Sunday, but they don't practice it on no day--on any day. And so, since I could see that America itself is a society where there is no brotherhood and that this society is controlled primarily by racists and segregationists--and it is--who are in Washington, D.C., in positions of power." Malcolm El Haji Shabazz 

  • 01:12

    A Kind Voice On Music featuring Ric DeLozier

    in Indie Music

    Our next show features guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Ric DeLozier. Ric began playing guitar at the age of 4 after having watched Chuck Barry perform "Maybelline" on a dance show in 1965. Now, he is known throughout the Southeastern United States as the "gun for hire" when it comes to lead guitarists. Ric DeLozier is a seasoned and road toughened veteran who is always ready and has performed over 200 shows a year for an amazing 20 years all across America and playing a wide variety of styles and bands. Ric takes a moment from his busy schedule to sit down with us and share some of his original tunes and his story.