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On this episode of The JHBLS, we will be digging deep into some wide ranging topics about Jimi Hendrix. Nothing is off the table! We will cover some of the more controversial issues concerning Hendrix. Cordell is one of the more knowledgeable scholars on Jimi, who formely had a radio show in Washington D.C. If you know him from his radio program, then you know the discussion will be HOT!!!
Join me as I interview Demetrius Minor about his new book- Preservation and Purpose- The Making of a Young Millennial. Demetrius has done it all, former White House Intern, radio, T.V., and now a published author! We will take an indepth look into why he wrote the book and what others can take away from it.
I would be remissed if I didn't take advantage of his pulse of what's going on in the world. So we will also delve into the current events of the day and get his take on hot button topics.
Demetrius currently resides in Atlanta, GA, but he is well known in the Augusta, GA area. He will be at a book signing on Saturday June 27th from 1-3 PM at The Book Tavern on Broad St. Augusta, GA. (Downtown) So if you are in the area, support him by coming out to meet him and possibly get a book signed.
In 1976, complex political and emotional forces are set in motion when a young man returns to the race-torn Philadelphia neighborhood where he came of age during the Black Power movement
Director: Tanya Hamilton
Writer: Tanya Hamilton
Stars: Anthony Mackie, Kerry Washington
The lads are back and this time, they're live! (provided the Director of Beverages doesn't screw things up)
This week, Mazza and Maverick look at the midcard of 2010, coming off the rumours that Dolph Ziggler is looking to leave. They'll look at the potential champions that never made it to the top (or only made the top very briefly) with names like Kofi, Swagger, Rhodes, Barrett etc. being thrown about as they try to decide if 2010 really is the graveyard of midcard acts that are still going.
All this and more, live at 5pm EST/9pm GMT
Dady Chery, www.dadychery.org, returns as Ruthann's (RA) guest, for part 2.
Ms. Chery is the author of the recently published, "We Have Dared To Be Free', a book she began iin 2010, immediately after the devastating earthquake n Haiti.
We will be speaking of her book, published at www.newsjunkiepost.com, the UN 'Peacekeepers', Vodun, stolen Haitian children, and much more.
Please join us for the enlightening truth, that MSM doesn't tell us, about this small island nation, Haiti!
Dady Chery, www.http://newsjunkiepost/com, is my guest. Ms. Chery, activist, editor, and author, has recently released her book, 'We Have Dared To Be Free', written between 2010 and 2015. It details what is going on in Haiti today, and what has led up to these actions.
After the devestating 2010 earthquake, and all the charities that sprung up, why do we not see more reconstruction, etc.? What part do the Clintons and their business partners play in this fiasco?
Haiti is the only nation in the world to be established as a result of a successful slave rebellion. A country with a proud history, what has happened?
Hear from a true daughter of Haiti, Dady Chery, what went wrong and what is going right!!
Gordon Jennings (Idris Elba) and his friends enjoy a luxurious lifestyle funded by bank robberies, and they avoid capture by sticking to a strict set of rules. As they celebrate the latest job, a former associate arrives with a daring plan to rob an armored car. The lure of so much cash is too tempting to resist but, unbeknown to Gordon's men, this heist puts them on a collision course with Russian mobsters and a detective (Matt Dillon) who will do anything to capture them.
Director: John Luessenhop
Writers: Peter Allen, Gabriel Casseus,
Paul Walker as John Rahway
Matt Dillon as Jack Welles
Idris Elba as Gordon Thomas "G" Cozier
T.I. as Delonte "Ghost" Rivers
Jay Hernandez as Eddie Hatcher
Michael Ealy as Jake Attica
Chris Brown as Jesse Attica
Hayden Christensen as A.J.
Zoe Saldana as Lilly
Emily Cammille is a lawyer by day and author by night. Inspired by her living experiences in France, Emily began Amelie and Ali in 2010. What began as just an idea in 2010, evolved into a love story. Amelie and Ali is a modern love story that will take you through the beauty of Paris and New York and on a journey of love. Emily lives in Washington, DC.
Today on Episode 68 of the Cinema Geeks ….. we discuss the Top 10 Action films of the half-decade (2010-2014).
Top 10 Action Films of the Half-Decade (2010-2014)
What would be your Number 1?
Amanda @HardCandiMandi (In Spirit)
DJ Valentine from @TryingToBeDJV & @SimpleTweeters
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Challenging the Rhetoric welcomes Ms. Chery who is with News Junkie Post. This is PART 3 of the interview.
This interview was conducted by Anita Stewart and originally aired on Wise Women Media Radio on August 5th, 2015.
Dady Chery is an activist, broadcaster and author. We will be talking about Haiti extensively and her new book titled WE HAVE DARED TO BE FREE. The book was written between 2010-2015 and is definitely a story that needs to be told.
A bit about the book: about one half of all US households donated money to various charities for Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake. There is information in this book that will help many understand why Haiti has not been rebuilt on a large scale and why the relief situation there has not improved.
News Junkie Post turned six years old on June 6, 2015. They are branching out to other media such as books, radio and even down the line, to television. A few months ago News Junkie Post decided to launch News Junkie Post Press aka NJP Press. Ms. Dady Chery will have the distinction of being their first published author.
See more at: http://newsjunkiepost.com/2015/06/26/njp-press-launched-with-dady-cherys-book-we-have-dared-to-be-free/#sthash.DsuKqLPt.dpuf