• 02:14

    GJURADIO-THE ROLE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY MAN/WOMAN IN THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE "

    in Current Events

    IT'S WOMENS HISTORY MONTH: GEORGE JACKSON UNIVERSITY RADIO GOT  Sister comrade Thandisizwe Chimurenga?, Linda Grant comrade  A'isha Mohammed? BRAND NEW GJU COMRADE  Mtumishi Wa-Watu? ( formerly known as SHANGO ABIOLA)  BUILDING ON THE TOPIC OF  "THE ROLE OF THE REVOLUTIONARY MAN/WOMAN  IN THE LIBERATION STRUGGLE "  


    WE WILL ALSO SHED LIGHT ON THE CASE OF POLITICAL PRISONER GENERAL JALIL MUNTAQIM  AND GET INTO THE FIRE .

  • 00:44

    Wealthy Wednesday Radio Show

    in Women

    Wealthy Wednesday Radio show is for Holistic Entrepreneurs, Solopreneurs, Fempreneurs and small Business Owners interested in increasing their knowledge, education, skills and abilities to increase their wealth. It will have interviews with successful entrepreneurs that will provide you with their journey to success, provide tips and tools for your empowerment.


    Like our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/WealthyWednesdayRadio


    In today's Wealthy Wednesday's Radio show hosted by Luci McMonagle we will cover How to Get What You Want with Tremendously Powerful Goals.


    There are certain ways that you need to do things in order to make your ordinary goals into tremendously powerful goals. These steps are covered in this radio show. So be sure to join us on March 4th, 2015!


    What you will learn:



    What goals are “really” supposed to do
    Tremendously powerful goal setting
    Strategically automating goals
    Turning Dream Goals into Action Goals
    8 steps to Turning Goals into Gold
    And Much More!!

  • 00:18

    WHY WICCA

    in Religion

    Welcome,


    Why Wicca will attempt to cover some of the reasons why many new practitioners choose or wind up in Wicca as a path.  I'm going to cover as much as I can about other paths, resources there of and some reasons why other paths aren't as easily followed.  


    Viatrix Sage

  • 00:57

    Universe University with your Host LeVeil Zimmerman

    in Spirituality

    The Foundation of your Elevation..

  • 00:30

    Misconstrued University, Movies/Reviews forgotten & H'wood rules #94

    in Entertainment

    So, on this very special show, we talk about things that get misconstrued, movies/reviews & professions that frankly no one cares about, & the so-called Hollywood rules, that are updated for 2015. Crazy stuff indeed & all will be revealed, yet again, on another episode of Hollywood Corner. Everyone, just realize that we only have a handful of episodes left, so the honesty will come FLOODING out.


    Afterwards, we wish you well on your journey and we hope we have inspired you SOME

  • 01:30

    Exercising your Vows -- An evening with JD

    in Education

    Words fall short of the ideas they are intended to express -- this is a simple fact, and the cause of great confusion for students of any discipline. At the end of the day, the "sound of one hand clapping" cannot, in itself, express that which it is meant to convey -- it's only a metaphor for something bigger, like ALL words.


    The greatest, most profound ideas suffer in written and spoken form, yet we are consigned to use them as the sole means of communication. OnlyFreemen.com has assembled a Vow to Abide by the Highest Law -- it will be available on the website as of the date of this broadcast. As this paper is written, it is only a simplified means of declaring the ideas it contains. The real power of this paper and it's ideas is in ACTION. Queue our friend and neighbor JD.


    Only last week, armed with his own knowledge, understanding, and empathy, JD was forcefully arrested and incarcerated while traveling and subsequently underwent the familiar process exercised by misguided government employees who were simply "doing their job." With utter conviction and a pleasant demeanor, JD repelled the coercion to sign the documents presented to him seeking to enjoin him with the corporate body with which he was being associated on paper. The rest is a story worth hearing yourself.


    This will be a part-live, part-recorded broadcast, as JD is unable to join us this evening.  We'll be taking callers at the backend of the show at (347) 637-3632, give us a shout!

  • 01:09

    The Orange Report with Big Mike

    in Sports

    Discussing college football, Big 12 Conference and specifically Texas Longhorn sports. Including Game analysis, guest interviews, and a little bit crazyness. Give us a call to talk UT sports. You can also tweet your questions @MBHORNSFAN


    This episode we give updates on UT baseball & basketball. Also early 2016 football recruiting.

  • Underground Artist with Special Guest Shae Mill

    in Radio

     


     


     


     


     


     




    Title: Underground Wednesday with Special Guest Shae Mill


    Description:
    Born into a musical family it comes as no surprise that Shannan “Shae Mill" Miller has chosen to pursue a career in music. According to this multi-talented lover of the arts, she has been surrounded by music since birth. Her grandma said that before Shae could talk she use to hum herself to sleep. When she was a little girl her mother sang and played the guitar, and was a member of a band. Her father also played the guitar as well as drums. Shae fondly remembers accompanying her mother to many of her band rehearsals. Her grandmother was the choir director at church. Music was always present in the house as her grandfather, an avid vinyl records collector, and her aunt use to play a wide range of music at home such as Rock Steady, Reggae, Dancehall, Country, Gospel, Latin, Jazz, Blues, Soul, R&B and Disco.


    It wasn't long before Shae began to sing in church. She was so little at the time that she had to stand on a chair during her performances. She credits her family for the development of her talent in her earlier years. By the time she was in the third grade she was singing at concerts, weddings and school events. After high school, Shae Mill went on to Northern Caribbean University (NCU). While in college she met a fellow student by the name of Jermaine T-One Hamilton. T-One was also very involved in music and encouraged Shae to learn audio engineering and practice making beats. She did just that.


    Since then Shae Miller has worked with other producers, artistes and production houses. She has done background vocals for several established artistes. She has also added songwriting to her list of talents and has 


     
     


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  • 00:33

    "Conversations Of A Sistah" Kicks Off "Woman's History Month!"

    in Radio

    Tracy L. Bell, Host of "Conversations Of A Sistah" on Blog Talk Radio, will kick off "Women's History Month" with Dr. Etheline Whitmire, associate professor of library and information studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and author of Regina Anderson Andrews, Harlem Renaissance Librarian.  Dr. Whitmire provides insight into Andrews' significant contributions to the twentieth century and the Harlem Renaissance. Click the link and tune in...

  • 01:04

    "It's Sports Talk with C. VERNON MARTIN" - S2 Episode 17

    in Sports

    Sports enthusiast and VOICE of the LIONS, both Florida Memorial University and Lincoln University PA.


    Host of Wed night’s TALK2MESPORTSBLOGRADIO from 9 to 10 pm EST, LIVE from MIAMI FL.

  • 02:14

    Alexyss K. Tylor Speaks with Police Victims and Families, No. 1

    in Politics Progressive

    Alexyss K. Tylor, whose son was allegedly attacked and brutalized by a DeKalb County Police officer in Georgia in January 2015, is the new host at Human Rights Demand. Call 347.857.3293 to speak on air every Wednesday at 9pm EST. Tylor and her son recounted the most frightening night of their lives during our Human Rights for Prisoners March radio broadcast on the "Human Rights Demand" channel on March 2, 2015. The broadcast is archived at 
    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/humanrightsdemand/2015/03/03/alexyss-taylor-dekalb-co-police-beat-my-son


    Tylor's son, Dinero, is representative of thousands of young men whose civil and human rights were apparently violated under the color of law. This happens to Black men like Dinero, and it also happens to Caucasian men like Cameron Redus, a college student who would have graduated with a 4.0 GPA at the University of the Incarnate Word in Texas had he not been gunned down by Officer Chris Carter in 2013. Carter shot the unarmed honors student multiple times, including in his back. Redus may have had a couple of drinks to celebrate the successful conclusion of the semester, and Carter apparently felt that Redus did not give Carter's uniform due reverence.


    Police violence happens to Whites as well as Blacks, Native Americans, Latinos, and Asians in the U.S.A. All victims and/or their families are invited to call Alexyss K. Tyler and discuss the circumstances, especially if you seek an attorney for criminal charges and/or a lawsuit. Being Tylor's guests gives victimized people an opportunity to seek representation by ethical attorneys and gain support from human and civil rights activists.


    Power concedes nothing without a demand. ~F. Douglass

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