• 00:46

    Professional African-American Golfers with John Green

    in Golf

    John Green will be sharing some history of the African-American golfers in the city of Indianapolis and state of Indiana as we go into the month of February for Black History month. John grew up and actually lived at the Douglas Park golf course with his father, John Green, Sr., who became a professional golfer in 1928.  


    John will share the history of Douglas Park before it became a golf course and the history of the Black "Chittlin" professional golfers' circuit, as it was called.

  • 00:56

    White Alliance USA

    in Current Events

    Pro-White, Christian Identity broadcasting, dealing with issues that affect the suvival of the White Race in a world that promotes White genocide

  • 01:59

    African Americans and the Environmental Movement/NHL at the mid point

    in History

    In the first half of the show, Carolyn Finney returns to the program to talk about her book Black Faces, White Spaces. The second half features Matthew Collier of the Hockey Prospectus, giving an update of the NHL at the all star break.

  • 00:43

    Missing Pages Of History

    in History

    Join "Missing Pages of History" on Saturdays, Bi-Weekly at 12 Noon. We do "Current Events, News You Can Use & Hot Topics." Come and help us fill out some of our "missing pages of history" by dialing 818-337-0016 or go online at www.blogtalkradio.com/missing-pages-of-history

  • 01:03

    Ask Dr. Applewhite About Disability and Shame

    in Education

    The shame and embarrassment about any form of disability can be found in most ethnic groups. However, there is a higher prevalence of stigmas over mental and physical disability in African-American and Latino groups. Host, Dr. Danita Applewhite and special guest Dr. E. Douglass Brown, share a unique insight about the stigma of mental illness and how it relates to depression and addiction. Hear students, teachers, and Veterans discuss how to identify symptoms, overcome shame, and get confidential help. Dr. E. Douglas Brown is a clinical psychologist and author.  Your donation of at least $5 or more will support our radio broadcasts, and allow us to continue helping Adult Learners/Students and Veterans with disabilities reach their education and workforce goals? Visit http://whiteappleinstitute.org and click on DONATE.  Click on RADIO to listen to episodes of the Student2Teacher ™ Radio Talk Show anytime 24/7.  This broadcast is a rerun of The Shame of Mental Illness aired 1-18-14.


     


    Ask Dr. Applewhite IN PERSON at the 4th Annual African American Symposium on Disabilities, February 27, 2015 Learn more http://www.abil.org/2015aas/ . Highlights will be available on radio at www.askdrapplewhite.com


     

  • 01:01

    Perennials and Preparation! on I Am Liberty

    in Education

    Perennials and Preparation!
    I Am Liberty!
    Fridays
    9:00pm/Est 8:00pm/Ct 7:00pm/Mt 6:00pm/Pt
    Live Listen and Chat go to: http://prepperbroadcasting.com/listen-chat/


    I have seen incredible things like tree collards and Egyptian walking onions. Also with my time in the wild I have found some plants that fit into that spectrum as well. Perennial medicine and food is a very exciting topic to me. If you come to listen, chat or call in bring your knowledge because I will be asking questions and looking for direction on some of my own plans for this growing season. Permaculture, food forests, whatever buzz word you want to attribute to the power of perennials. Its what’s on my mind. Rather than cry about the blizzard that wasn’t or Michelle Obama being blurred out by our good friends in Saudi Arabia I am going to talk about Perennials on I AM Liberty.


    Read More HERE!


    Tags: American Preppers Radio, Prepper Broadcasting, I Am Liberty

  • 00:31

    The Medicine in Your Kitchen / Ancestors

    in Culture

    We're going to start this morning with checking the herbs and seasonings in our kitchen cabinets and the medicinal powers they possess.  What spice in your kitchen can stop a heart attack?  


    Melanated Woman not only addresses the issues of food for the body, but for the mind and spirit as well.  We will begin on the path of our Ancestors, and understand just how important they are to our everyday life and survival.


     

  • 01:00

    Ms Leona Brady Watson, Legendary Cariso Master

    in Culture

    TRIBUTE TO LEONA BRADY WATSON -- HON. VICTOR O. FRAZER (Extension of Remarks - August 1, 1996) [Page: E1424] --- HON. VICTOR O. FRAZER in the House of Representatives, Wednesday, July 31, 1996


    "Mr. Speaker, Leona Brady Watson was born on the island of St. Croix. At the tender age of 3, she began her education, which involved walking from Estate Two Friends to Frederikdsted where she attended St. Patrick's School. After finishing the third grade, she journeyed to the United States, and completed her formal education there."


    "Upon returning to St. Croix in the late 50's, Mrs. Watson came home with a special yearning for her culture. She spent many years learning about what was a dying art in the Virgin Islands, the art of cariso, from the elders, particularly the ones on the north side of the island and the Frederiksted area. Leona was able to attain and maintain our delicate culture through their stories, soups, and music of days gone by. Leona continues to be honored by various cultural organizations as a tradition bearer for her untiring contribution to the cultural growth of the Virgin Islands, and the knowledge of the history of our beloved homeland."


    "Some of Leona's famed works include: Quoted in 3 published books; actress in the film, The Story of Cariso, nationally acclaimed; performance in numerous stage shows, on island and abroad; participated in the 24th Annual Festival of American Folklife, the Virgin Islands; program sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution and the Virgin Islands."


    "Leona is also a highly respected herbologist who has been asked most recently to participate in cultural exchange between Africa (Senegal), China and Switzerland." 

  • 01:54

    The Free American

    in Education

    My Guest today is: Thursday January 29 Clay Douglas Lucifer and ancient aliens.


    45 years ago, Clay Douglas wrote  short story about Lucifer. A movie studio wanted a film treatment. Fiction? Thought so then. Today, with the work of Jonathan Gray, his fiction looks like history.

    Every American needs to understand that the entire national press is controlled, and is simply giving you the "news" you are supposed to have.  Very soon, all alternative sources of news, including this website, will be shut down.  That time draws ever closer. Please go to http://freeamerican.com and www.shop.freeamerican.com to order my books and the new Free American Magazines.


    "In order to put public opinion into our hands we must bring it into a state of bewilderment by giving expression from all sides to so many contradictory opinions and for such length of time as will suffice to make the [average person] lose their heads in the labyrinth and come to see that the best thing is to have no opinion of any kind, in matters political." [Protocol #5]

  • 00:31
  • 02:00

    Ichalo Chesu - Mwansa Mupunda| Open Forum

    in News

    At 9am EST on Ichalo Chesu (Our World) we talking to Mwansa Mupunda founder of MUSABWE - My USA Business for Women Entrepreneurship, a for profit organization that promotes gender equality.  


    At 10am EST is Open Forum - Join Rodger Chali, Dr Patrick, Pianki and Zebron in a stimulating conversation on current events.


    For both programs, call 347-237-4270 to listen or participate. Time 9am EST, 16 hrs. CAT, 22 hrs. AWST. Caller participation highly encouraged.


    A brief bio on our guest on Ichalo Chesu


    Mwansa Mupunda Jr is a Registered Nurse working as Nursing Supervisor at a nursing home. He is from Lusaka, Zambia and now lives in Pennsylvania. He is not married and has no children. He is an ambassador/volunteer with the Clinton Foundation. Mwansa  recently registered a new company dealing in import & export company, it will trade between America and Zambia/Africa. The company will be an activist company in the sense that it will actively promote gender equality for African women in the U.S. and in Africa. We will help African women by  finding markets for their products here in the U.S. Mwansa is very supportive of  African initiatives here in the U.S. such as the "SendBetty2School" campaign by George Mtonga.


    Mwansa is a committee member for the business committee in SOZA ( Society Of Zambians in America). He believe in gender equality because it the key/answer to Zambia's economic problem.  Mwansa says "As a nurse, I want to use my knowledge and experience to help some clinics in Zambia e.g. on pediatrics and maternity issues. For my business that I just registered, I will be supplying 3 things: 1) African clothes, 2) handcrafts, jewelry and gifts, and 3) African dried foods and vegetables. I'm interested in Zambian politics, and also American politics, so I'm always comparing the standards between Zambian and American politics."

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