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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will give a RBG/Pan-Afrikan perspective on the latest news like the White biker gang massacre in Waco Texas and the European media hypocrisy attached to it; Jay-Z putting up bail money for protesters; another Black man dying in police custody, as well as paying homage to one of the greatest leaders in recent times Malcolm X. Join us.
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The Mississippi Grazing Lands Conservation Initiative presents a Fencing Field Day (GLCI) on Tuesday June 2, 3pm CST at Richard and Ruthie Carter’s farm located at 97 Spring Hill Church Road Shubuta, MS 39360. The main focus of this GLCI Field Day will be to demonstrate how to properly construct and manage an electric fence. Adapting this process can lead to some cost saving measures compared to non-electric fencing. Participants will also be afforded the opportunity to gain hands-on experience on how to properly install an electric fence from the experts. Natural Resources Conservation Service will be in attendance to discuss soil health and financial assistance. Dr. L. C. Peyton-Veterinarian will highlight herd health. If you cannot attend this pivotal event then you can listen and ask questions by calling 323-580-5735. Please share this information with others and join WCSHC’s efforts in helping save rural America.
On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss various current news events. It will range from the love affair Black people have with the show Empire to more cop killings to Common's comments etc. Trust us, there are many lessons to be learned from the current events in Black America. We would love for our listeners to chime in on what current news events they want to build with us on. Join us.
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This is Part 2!!!
We discussing the effects of cheating in relationships with the cast of Flags on The Field.
It's called FLAGS ON THE FIELD. Set in present day Atlanta, Ga, four friends tackle the ups and downs of friendship, infidelity and family life no matter how insane things get at times. TERRY ROBERTS the quirky elementary school teacher who’s recent divorce with PHILLIP ROBERTS leads her friends ROBERTA WATKINS, CANDACE PERRY and SHONDA WESSON to an unusual intervention amongst friends and revelation. Their lives will have you on an emotional roller coaster from laughter to tears as they discover the game of life has a lot of flags on the field.
LINK TO A PROMO: https://youtu.be/eCU8fV7x3I8
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Check out the cast of Flags on the Field, tonight on Cruz Inc Radio at 9 PM EST.
Starring: ChelseyRai S Standberry, Courtney Nichole, Tai Anderson and Vitelle Webb.
Directed by: Bobby M Peoples and Renee People
FLAGS ON THE FIELD. Set in present day Atlanta, Ga, four friends tackle the ups and downs of friendship, infidelity and family life no matter how insane things get at times. TERRY ROBERTS the corky elementary school teacher who's recent divorce with PHILLIP ROBERTS leads her friends ROBERTA WATKINS, CANDACE PERRY and SHONDA WESSON to an unusual intervention amongst friends and revelation. Their lives will have you on an emotional roller coaster from laughter to tears as they discover the game of life has a lot of flags on the field.
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On this episode of Field Afrikan Radio we will discuss the events surrounding the "post racial" racist murders of 9 Black people by the racist Dylann Roof. We will also discuss how the racist White media reported the event; how the president responded to it and how Black people reacted to it. Lastly, we will discuss how Black people play a major part in these attacks continously happening to the Black nation and what needs to immediately change, starting with completely ending the concept of forgiving when it comes to Europeans. We will discuss those things plus more;. Join us as we dissect post racial racism from an angle you may not have heard as of yet.
The Washington Nationals scored four runs on Atlanta Braves' starter Shelby Miller in the first and cruised to a 6-1 win in the series opener in Turner Field. Jordan Zimmermann put together a dominant outings for the second time in a week against the Nats' NL East rivals.
The New York Jets begin training camp this week and linebacker IK Enemkpali calls in to discuss his rookie season and offseason. In addition we look forward to this year and find out about Enemkpali's goals and off the field activities. Following the interview we will analyze the Jets training camp battles and make our roster predictions. Who will stay? who will go? Sleeper picks along with MVP candidates. Call in with your thoughts and predictions 929-477-2651. You can also tweet us @TalkJetsRadio
Last week, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission dropped an astounding ruling: By a 3-2 vote, it concluded that “sexual orientation is inherently a ‘sex-based consideration,’ and an allegation of discrimination based on sexual orientation is necessarily an allegation of sex discrimination under Title VII.”
This is a big deal: The Commission’s recommendations shape rulings on federal employees’ workplace-discrimination claims, and its field offices deal with claims made by employees at private organizations, as well. But the ruling is also a reminder of how complicated—and unresolved—the post-Obergefell legal landscape is. The Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of same-sex marriage at the end of June has set the country up for two new waves of discrimination claims: those made by same-sex couples and LGBT workers, and those made by religious Americans who oppose same-sex marriage. The two may seem distinct or even opposed, but they’re actually intertwined: In certain cases, extending new rights to LBGT workers will necessarily lead to religious-freedom objections, and vice versa.
Tonight on the Brower Report radio show Host Matthew Brower and co host Chris Berardi break down the presidential field. Is 10 enough in the first debate or too much? Also, we will discuss the mess with the Republican leadership in the House and Senate. Can it be fixed or is the game fixed? Listen live tonight 9pm ET at http://tobtr.com/7807753 and watch live on the Periscope TV app on iPhone and android devices. You can also watch from your PC by going to Twitter and look for the @BrowerReport feed for the link to watch. We will also take all of your calls at 347-884-8627. What do you think? Tell us by calling in during the show!
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Founder and Executive Director of TNPEC – The National Parent Education Center, Mrs. Phyllis Austin joins us in a highly charged and deeply passionate discussion. TNPEC was founded in 2001 and continues to be a major force in education. Ms. Austin's credentials were accepted by a State Judge as an expert in the Field of Education. She serves parents nationally in helping to ensure our children receive a quality education. She has testified and supported parents in their quest to receive proper education for their children.
Mrs. Austin is a committed soul who has written several books, traveled to different states delivering a message of hope to parents. She is a teacher in the Metropolitan area of Atlanta. The mother of 2 children and the grandmother of 1. She comes prepared to answer any question you may have regarding education.
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