SORT BY Relevancy
in Pop Culture
This is a "live" version of a show already in the archives. We are just placing this one here so that we can play the show at its regular time on Thursday night the 12th. You can hear the same show in the archives if you go there now. It's an interview that Jude Southerland Kessler, author of the John Lennon Series, did with George Harrison's lively sister, Louise. They talk about George's career from 1964 on, their parents, and Louise push to help Brian Epstein establish the boys in America. You'll enjoy it! Hear it live Thurs. nite at 9pmET.
Jon Williams is one of those rare musicians who play and record for the sheer joy of it, free from expectations of fame -- and uses that freedom to produce fabulous music. Jon is a blues and rock and roll guitarist who has played in bands like Midlife Crisis, Midnight Lightning and now the Little Brother’s Blues Band just because he was having fun.Thye recently released their second album, Spirits, Sinners, Shrews & Blues, a two cd set of classic Chicago blues covers, We play tunes from the set and talk with Jon this Friday.
Contemporary R&B newcomer Jasmine Jordan recently released her debut EP Time Travel and kicked off a tour throughout the west coast to support the EP and her new single "Best I Can,". The Washington State native now transplanted to LA manages to bring back the style of 90’s R&B pop, but with a fresh take and modern feel to her songs about love and frustration. Our interview with her Friday should be all of the first and noe of teh second.
Quarantine Radio talks with the writter and director of the movie "Jorney Home" a movie inspired by the events of the Trayvon Martin story. Hear what inspired him to wirte and create this movie. Also find out about his journey of getting his movie as an independent director into theathers.
Also we talk to one of the actress that worked with Q in the movie Javetta Milton.
In our nation’s birthplace, the City of Brotherly Love, your American Mentors encountered a STATE OF THE UNION type question, Why does life have to be so difficult? YouthUSA National Director, Evelyn Walker Armstrong, at age 87, posed the question during a knowledge transfer session with fellow board members. Then, from her own experiences and insights she answered her own question, “It doesn’t. We make it difficult.
Welcome to 2015. A gulf of mistrust describes our STATE OF THE UNION unless WE THE PEOPLE overcome and form a more perfect union. Fifty years after demonstrators crossed Selma, Alabama’s Pettus Bridge, protesting for equal rights under the law of the land--fifty years after blacks laid beaten and abused by law enforcement. For the second time in American history, a Black Male gets to share his minority vision for America’s future before the historic 114th session of the United States Congress. In the house, a majority sits waiting to govern from a Grand Ol Party point of view.
You can tweet us @YouthUSA, Like us on Facebook.com/YouthAchieversUSA or call in during our live show 657-383-1405 Saturday, 12 noon eastern, 11 am central, 9 am on the West Coast.
In our last episode, we took one more look -- hopefully our last -- at a Gulf of Mistrust between some law enforcers and citizens of color we had hoped justice would serve equally. We learned of a community of believers to include 2.1 billion Christians who could touch and agree that #BlackLivesMatter. We witnessed evidence of endless possibilities for peace on Earth as the U. S. President found faith and favor enough to make business as usual a practice of the past.
HASHTAG #MY BROTHER’S KEEPER is the shortest distance between a divisive past and an inclusive vision of America’s Future. The question is how much do we want peace, justice and liberty, and how much are we willing to pay to secure it
Tweet us @YouthUSA, Like us on Facebook.com/YouthAchieversUSA or call in during our live show 657-383-1405 Saturday, 12 noon eastern, 11 am central, 9 am on the West Coast.
By Christmas Day 2014, every living president and every public official will need to recommit to a common American value. A simple statement, #BlackLivesMatter promotes a new season of healing not unlike that of 2000 years ago. The national motto, IN GOD WE TRUST is the best evidence that trust exists as an American value. But, we’ll need to weave that trust into a cloak of protection around our most vulnerable citizens.
2.1 billion Christian jurists can build a faith-based case for why Black Lives Matter from the original Christmas story. In the second chapter of Matthew around the 15th verse, we see the fulfillment of prophesy, a vision of the future coming into being. -- I have called my Son from Egypt -- the old testament prophet foretold.
Bishop John R. Bryant, SENIOR BISHOP of the AME CHURCH is one of 2.1 billion Christians on earth today. He believes that BLACK LIVES MATTER. Bryant has called on friends and kin of the CHRISTIAN FAITH to designate the 2ND SUNDAY OF DECEMBER as "BLACK LIFE MATTERS" SUNDAY.Bishop John R. Bryant, SENIOR BISHOP of the AME CHURCH is one of 2.1 billion Christians on earth today. He believes that BLACK LIVES MATTER. Bryant has called on friends and kin of the CHRISTIAN FAITH to designate the 2ND SUNDAY OF DECEMBER as "BLACK LIFE MATTERS" SUNDAY.
You can tweet us @YouthUSA, Like us on Facebook.com/YouthAchieversUSA or call in during our live show 657-383-1405 Saturday, 12 noon ET, 11 am CT, 9 am PT.
The Proverbs teach, when a good man dies, he leaves an inheritance to his grandchildren; but when a sinner dies, his wealth is stored up for the godly. Exactly how might that proverb apply to a generation of historically disadvantaged Americans in line to inherit something of value. This week your American Mentors are responding to events in Ferguson, Missouri that call for equal treatment under the laws of the land. Justice, for far too many historically disadvantaged Americans, represents an unattainable goal. But what about economic security within a context of national security? Might we address the issue of systemic failure in the Micheal Brown, the Jordan Davis, the Trayvon Martinin in a common quest for national security? We'll be talking about the process for becoming a YouthUSA economic beneficiary, the responsibilities that come with inheriting wealth, and an inclusive vision for the future through partnership with Operation Hope.
JOIN US! Saturday, 12 noon Eastern, 11 am Central, 9 am Pacific as your American Mentors engage stakeholders and beneficiaries in managing The Inheritance.
Last week we started some asset mapping of brick and mortar in America’s birthplace. We’ve been looking for ways to sustain community building efforts and reverse what the president termed, a gulf of mistrust. W shared a timeline to economic inclusion and talked about ideas to empower, invest in and engage economically disadvantaged Americans as bankers. Getting ready means learning some basics about protecting your money and financial information. It will be helpful to know the types of accounts available and we’ll need to look at 21st Century tools and techniques for protecting critical information about you. Join us for an introduction to banking and this episode on How Your Bank Must Work.
JOIN US! Saturday, 12 noon Eastern, 11 am Central, 9 am Pacific as your American Mentors chart a course toward economic inclusion.
Chloé Taylor Brown, host of Bread-Winning Moms connect with Glenn Barker, Executive Director of The ManKind Project, Chicago, Dr. Marvin Thompson, Creator and Founder of Empower ED, LLC and Thabiti Boon of President Obama Whitehouse Fatherhood and Mentoring Initiative Reresentive to discuss what it means to be a "Champion of Change" for men and boys in America.
Thabiti Boon is an inspirational public figure, speaker, a college basketball Hall of Famer, author,leader, minister and humanitarian.
Let's connect @ChloeTBrown @MKPChicago @DrTeducates
Professor, Social-Activist, Writer, Lecturer, Consultant, Couselor to the San Francisco 49'ers, Icon, Warrior, Legend & much more...
He ORGANIZED THE Olympic Project For Human Rights , one outcome of which was the demonstration by TOMMIE SMITH AND JOHN CARLOS - two of the most committed and courageous athlete-activists of their era- at the victory podium of the 1968 Mexico City Olympics
He's paid the cost to do it HIS WAY & has kept it BLACK the entire time - Join Dr. Terence Jackson & Jakzun Paul for this historic interview with a TRUE AMERICAN HERO, a 'Rebel Without Pause...'
Join MsBlue & Bro Balah HANNIBAL : The Rising Re Public
Contact Bro Balah: firstname.lastname@example.org
Soul Alignment Reading | Soul Cycles | Numerology | Astrology | Astrologer | Radio | Music | 13 | Soul Body | Soul Alignment Reading | Soul Cycle Calendar
Contact MsBlue: email@example.com
Readings | Know Your Magic Audio WorkBook | Know Your Magic Oracle Deck | Self Invested Workshop | Akashic Records | Radio Host | Medium | Intuitive Healer | Psychic | Intuitive Healer | Psychic |Certified Holistic Practitioners | Metaphysician | Cosmic Creator | Soul Contracts | Pass Lives |
Twitter: @BlueRasberry | https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Remix-Radio/114209487075
www.msblueblast.com | www.msblueblast.com/cards | http://tinyurl.com/MsBlueRemix
http://msblueblast.com/sistas-workshop/ | http://members.selfinvestedworkshop.com/
Super Conscious Alignment Workshop | http://msblueblast.com/magicmakers11/
Last week we started some asset mapping of brick and mortar in America’s birthplace. We’ve been looking for ways to sustain community building efforts and reverse what the president termed, a “gulf of mistrust.” Whether or not you agree, bridging that gulf of mistrust and ENGAGING historically disadvantaged Americans is going to take a little more money reinvested where you live, learn, work and worship. This week, your American Mentors are in Philadelphia hoping to re-point us to some goals and achievements for ONE NATION UNDER GOD. One of those goals is to ensure ALL youth are safe from violent crime. It is coincidentally, one of the goals of the President’s My Brother’s Keeper initiative. We’ll be taking a look from an economic security lens, so fasten your seatbelt as we embark on a TIMELINE TOECONOMIC INCLUSION.
JOIN US! Saturday, 12 noon Eastern, 11 am Central, 9 am Pacific on YouthUSA Radio