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Race for Democratic Party Chair is Down to Two: Allison Tant and Alan Clendenin
Allison Tant was my guest today. Listen to the archive. Allison provided her qualifications for the position of chair and answered questions about Florida as a Right to Work state, about environmental activism, about health care and more issues concerning her vision of the future of the Florida Democratic Party.
The key challenge for Florida Democrats, whoever claims the Democratic Chairmanship, will be gaining seats both in the Statehouse and Congress and the Governorship.
We had Alan as our guest on Dec 19, 2012. Click here if you would like to hear that show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/itsyourgavel/2012/12/19/its-your-gavel-host-mitch-mallett-the-practical-liberal-1
After seven years on 1490AM Tampa Bay, "It's Your Gavel" can now be heard at Blog Talk Radio. Hosted by Mitch Mallett, entrepreneur, stand-up comedian and Democratic activist, known as the Practical Liberal. Not only can you listen, you can call the show. Call and either agree or challange the host and the guests. Callers are not screened. Past guest have included Senators, Congresspeople, and Presidential candidates. Tune in daily Monday through Friday 8-9 am.
The juvenile justice and criminal justice systems ensnare far too many black and brown boys and men. Increasingly, women are caught in this dangerous web too. On this episode of Know-It-All, we are exploring the contours of some of the barriers to mental health and developmental wellness for communities of color that can lead to mass incarceration.
Dr. Troy Waller is a licensed professional counselor with 15 years of counseling experience. He explains the implications of the breaks in various systems - education, criminal justice, and health care - that keep those systems from adequately protecting and serving black and brown people. He'll share his insights about how these systemic failures manifest and show up in the lives of adults, no matter their socioeconomic status.
Host Allison R. Brown is a civil rights attorney and founder of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education in compliance with federal civil rights law.
Join Marcus Blake, Brendan Smith, and guest guest host Allison Cost as we talk abou the Best of Sherlock Holmes. Based on Allison's article Sherlock vs Elementary, we will be talking about the differences between the twio shows and which one is better. We will also talk about our favorite actor to play Sherlock. Listen to the Show at 10pm cst @ thatnerdshow.com
Host and Leader Development Specialist, Allison McClintick, spends 15 minutes talking about the power of respect using the example of a photograph taken in China of 7 doctors bowing to a 10 year old child, who just donated his organs after succumbing to his brain cancer. Why does this "reach" us? What can we learn from it and how can it impact our leadership intention?
Allison Hickey is the Executive Director of the American Diabetes Association in Orange County, CA. She discusses what the ADA is doing to focus on prevention and management of diabetes.
Tonights show will be a review fo all the Atlanta Stripclubs. From the Cheetah to Magic City. From The Oasis to Strokers. Tonight we'll give you a quick overview of the clubs and the girls and what you will get when you visit these estabishments. Cheetah (high end all audience cllub near Ga Tech). Magic City (Urban Adult Ckub Icon). Follies (current great have a good time club). Silhouettes (new club on Piedmont rd). Mardi Gras (Atlanta's quiet Northside night spot. Call in at 11PM (718) 664-988
Gridiron Beauties NOJOKEFOOTBALL Radio showcases the best athletes in the sport of women's gridiron football. WFA Championship Preview w/ Knengi Martin SD Surge Allison Cahill, Whitney Zelee , Adrianne Smith Boston Militia plysCo-Host Erica Lynn Anderson @PatsFanGirl12 Talking NFL We interview current stars and pioneers in traditional and non traditional women's football. Get insights, news and more weekly
Have you ever noticed that MOST of the Paranormal Investigation shows are all men and the women they have on the shows are basically eye candy with big boobs? I believe that women are now outnumbering the men in Paranormal groups. Let's show some solidarity, ALL WOMEN in groups coming together as one and talk about topics that are relavent to ghost hunting with an emphasis on being a woman in a "man's world." Of course men are defintely invited too. We love our ghost hunting men also!!! We want to hear from you. Every other Thursday night at 7:00 p.m., we will have our show (alternating with The Angry Ghost Hunter with Slav and Ross), show support and get revved up again with your love for this field (it's also going to be a little FUN and Cheeky!).
Join the Ghost Gurlz with our new format, we are going to have new topics, new guest speakers, new paranormal toys and gadgets, talk about TV shows and movies, investigations, experiences, evidence...
Clothing: do you think this topic could take up a whole show? Well, yes, it definitely can. What should you wear on an investigation? Clothing for Safety? Loud clothing? Uniforms? Period Clothing? Nude Investigating? Do you have any stories about clothing on an investigation? Please call in and tell us about it.
Shirazette Tinnin was born in North Carolina to parents in Gospel groups. From 4, she loved drums. She studied with Cindy Blackman, Lewis Nash, Terri Lynne Carrington, Allison Miller, Sherrie Maricle, and Ernie Adams. She received a Music Industry Studies degree; recorded Stories of This Land with Sinclair; earned jazz scholarships and an athletic scholarship. At Northern Illinois University, she had scholarship for drum set and jazz pedagogy and studied with saxophonist Ron Carter in Chicago. She performed with flutist Nicole Mitchell for NIU in Liberace Jazztet Scholarship Program. She is one of last recipients of The Sisters in Jazz Collegiate All-Stars for IAJE Award (2008) and taught at Columbia College in Chicago. She performed with Jimmy Heath, Slide Hampton, and Renee Baker and toured Spain and Peru, where she discovered Cajon and wrote a song on The Liberace Jazztet release Equity. She moved to New York in 2009, and is the drummer at Tutuma Social Club with Gabriel Alegria Afro-Peruvian Sextet. She was with Alicia Keys on BET in Black Girl's Rock (2012). She toured with Tia Fuller at Umbria Jazz Festival, Molde Jazz Festival, and Turkish Ambassadors in D.C., and leads Shirazette Experiment Core-Tet in New York and overseas. She performs with WuTang Klan, Diva, Tom Browne, Hugh Masekala, Mimi Jones, Pauline Jean, Afrikkanitha, and Camille Thurman. She is a clinician and teacher, and authored two articles for Modern Drummer and Tom Tom Magazine on musicians and health. Signed to Hot Tone Music, she is endorsed by Canopus Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Latin Percussion, Beato Bags, and KickPort. www.shirazettetinnin.com - www.wijsf.org
July 24 - Blues Guitarist/Vocalist/Composer - Memphis Gold
Blues fans all over the world continue to discover the incredible sounds of Memphis Gold. Born in Memphis, Tennessee in 1955, Memphis Gold, Chester Chandler was the thirteenth child of fourteen. His father also a musician introduced his son to the guitar at the tender age of 4. By the age of 8, he was a regular on historic Beale Street in Memphis where he played the guitar and danced for pocket change from the crowd.
Following in the footsteps of his famous cousins, Grammy Award Winner, Denise Williams, and Author/Activist/Comedian, Dick Gregory, Memphis has come a long way on a journey that has lasted half a century. Having released four full length albums to date, he has shared the stage with such artists as Bernard Allison, David Banner, James Brown, R.L. Burnside, Barbara Carr, Big Lucky Carter, George Clinton and the Parliament Funkadelic All Stars, Deborah Coleman, Shemikca Copeland, Robert Cray, Eddie Cusac, John Hammond, Little Jimmy King, Bettye Lavette, Johnny Lang, Kenny Neal, Taj Mahal, Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes, Bobby Parker, Louisianna Red, Lil Jimmy Reed, Jimmie Lee Robinson, Guitar Shorty, Elder Utah Smith, Mavis Staples, Hubert Sumlin, Roomful of Blues, Sister Rosetta Tharpe , Otis Rush, The Temptations, Jimmy Vaughn, and many more.
Get ready for an hour of some good old, down home, foot thumpin blues. As the saying goes, Memphis Gold is definitely the real deal.