• 00:24

    Home Front with American Heritage Girls

    in Politics Conservative

    Moral decay is taking our country down.  We need to fight against the propagation of all cesspopol ideology.


    When a national orgainzation with a great influence over our next generation takes a turn to the left and becomes favorable to lesbian behavior and destruction of innocent human life, it may be time to find another path.


    The Girl Scouts USA sent out a fact page for all the councils to post on their websites denying they promote abortion, promiscuity, the gay-lesbian agenda. Yet, if you look at the line up of their speakers at their conventions and their board members, you would see a different picture.



    On today's broadcast, we talk with the founder of a great alternative, Patti Garibay.  https://www.ahgonline.org/
    You will get to hear what the American Heritage Girls are doing and why it is important for our country to have other options.

  • 02:01

    Native Trailblazers 5 Year Anniversary Special - On Native American Heritage Day

    in Entertainment

    TONIGHT WE CELEBRATE OUR FIVE YEAR ANNIVERSARY!!! IT IS ALSO NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE DAY (AND MONTH) We'll be talking about the year and Native Heritage Day with Vincent, Delores and our esteemed guest and award-winning Cherokee Folk Musician Michael Bucher! We'll also be releasing a new song from Michael - TO BE ANNOUNCED!! ITS ANOTHER WORLD PREMIERE!! www.MichaelBucher.com 


    She:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers!  The award-winning Native themed online radio show. Listen in Every Friday at 7pm EST with hosts Vincent and Delores! Join us live in our chat room - Here's How 


    Check out our website & Sign up for our mailing list: www.NativeTrailblazers.com  


    Vincent Schilling (Journalist, Author, VP Schilling Media, Inc.) www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling www.google.com/+VincentSchilling


    Delores Schilling (CEO, Schilling Media, Inc.) www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling


    Native Community on Google+ - Here

  • 00:31

    Caribbean American Heritage Month's Events, History, Commitments

    in Women

     National Caribbean-American Heritage Month
    Marks Ninth Anniversary in 2014


    In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States.  On February 14, 2006, the resolution similarly passed the Senate, culminating a two-year, bipartisan and bicameral effort.


     


    Since the declaration, the White House has issued an annual proclamation recognizing June as Caribbean-American Heritage Month. This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month.


     


    The campaign to designate June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month, was spearheaded by Dr. Claire Nelson, Founder and President of the Institute of Caribbean Studies.  Through the commemoration of this month, we hope to ensure that America is reminded that its greatness lies in its diversity, with Caribbean immigrants from founding father Alexander Hamilton, to journalist Malcolm Gladwell, who have shaped the American dream. [http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/.]


    Join us as we discuss, consider, celebrate and commit to the profundity of a Caribbean reality in America.


     

  • 00:31

    Caribbean American Heritage Month's Events, History, Commitments

    in Women

     National Caribbean-American Heritage Month
    Marks Ninth Anniversary in 2014


    In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States.  On February 14, 2006, the resolution similarly passed the Senate, culminating a two-year, bipartisan and bicameral effort.


     


    Since the declaration, the White House has issued an annual proclamation recognizing June as Caribbean-American Heritage Month. This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month.


     


    The campaign to designate June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month, was spearheaded by Dr. Claire Nelson, Founder and President of the Institute of Caribbean Studies.  Through the commemoration of this month, we hope to ensure that America is reminded that its greatness lies in its diversity, with Caribbean immigrants from founding father Alexander Hamilton, to journalist Malcolm Gladwell, who have shaped the American dream. [http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/.]


    Join us as we discuss, consider, celebrate and commit to the profundity of a Caribbean reality in America.


     

  • 00:27

    Caribbean American Heritage Month's Events, History, Commitments

    in Women

     National Caribbean-American Heritage Month
    Marks Ninth Anniversary in 2014


    In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States.  On February 14, 2006, the resolution similarly passed the Senate, culminating a two-year, bipartisan and bicameral effort.


     


    Since the declaration, the White House has issued an annual proclamation recognizing June as Caribbean-American Heritage Month. This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month.


     


    The campaign to designate June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month, was spearheaded by Dr. Claire Nelson, Founder and President of the Institute of Caribbean Studies.  Through the commemoration of this month, we hope to ensure that America is reminded that its greatness lies in its diversity, with Caribbean immigrants from founding father Alexander Hamilton, to journalist Malcolm Gladwell, who have shaped the American dream. [http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/http://caribbeanamericanmonth.org/.]


    Join us as we discuss, consider, celebrate and commit to the profundity of a Caribbean reality in America.


     

  • 01:35

    Caribbean American Heritage Month from the founding of Chicago to the Howard St.

    in Radio

    Welcome to Our Own Voices Live with your hosts:  Angela Thomas, Rodney Smith with our guest(s):  Autumn Smith & Deon "Mama D." Lopez


    Our Topic(s) today:   “Caribbean American Heritage Month: Their Influence from Jean Baptiste Pont du Sable  the Founder of Chicago to current business success of Howard Street  Using the "Black Wall Street" approach.” 


    If you have a question, comment or just want to listen, give us a call:  (347) 826-9600

  • 02:10

    What is self-governance or is it anarchy

    in Politics Conservative

    It is not anarchy!!! Self-governance must be restored across America.


    A government where our American heritage of self-governance is restored.


    What is Self-Governance?


    The United States of America was created by self-governing citizens. The main purpose of government is to protect the citizen’s natural rights to Life, Liberty and Property. The federal government should only act where we, the people, have intentionally granted authority. Self-governance ensures that citizens control the selection and accountability of elected officials and governmental administrations. Self-governance is our answer to the most basic question: “Who decides?”


    Who Decides?


    In a self-governing society, decisions are made as close to home as possible, optimally by the individual, the family, or the community.  Thousands of grassroots organizations across our nation are fighting the battle over “Who Decides”.


     self-governing   will  take power away from big government and the big money that influences it…and return the power to its rightful owners, the people.


     


    Restore our country to a republic with effective self-governance.


     

  • 00:23

    Celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage Month

    in Women

     This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month. Today's show is about  the CHO, 2013 Caribbean Heritage Salute to Hollywood & the Arts Gala on Friday, June 21, 2013.  This black-tie optional Gala will take place at the Hilton Universal Studios,  555 Universal Hollywood Dr, Universal City, CA 91608.   Join us we talk with Dr. Claire Nelson, founder of ICS, Marva Holmes, founder CHO,  as well as  performers, artists, and event producers.   Tickets are $75  at http://caribbeanheritage.org/.  Join me at the Gala and get your ticket for $60.  Emailinfo@caribbeanheritage.org  and  write on subject: "LO" Got Me.  

  • 00:29

    Celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage Month

    in Women

     This year marks the eighth anniversary of June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month. Today's show is about  the CHO, 2013 Caribbean Heritage Salute to Hollywood & the Arts Gala on Friday, June 21, 2013.  This black-tie optional Gala will take place at the Hilton Universal Studios,  555 Universal Hollywood Dr, Universal City, CA 91608.
      Honoree Paula Williams Madison, is Media Executive & Entrepreneur. Of Black and Chinese Jamaican heritage, Paula Madison was born in Harlem, New York.  She is a partner in Williams Group Holdings LLC; Board Member of Greater Los Angeles United Way; Chairman and CEO of the Sparks that has been  a member of the WNBA Board of Governors.   Honoree Actor Reno Wilson, Actor & Producer received the 2013 Heritage Award  that plays Officer Carl McMillan on the hit CBS series “Mike and Molly.” Reno made his television debut as Theo's best friend, Howard, on the legendary television series, "The Cosby Show." Reno has since starred and guest-starred in dozens of television series, including "Heist," Blind Justice" and the critically acclaimed Showtime series, "The Hoop Life."   Honoree Actress, Rhona Fox is a dynamic Indian-American actress born in Guyana and raised in Nassau, Bahamas.  Fox has been honored with the prestigious Golden Arrowhead Award from Guyana,  in June 2012.    Tickets are $75  at http://caribbeanheritage.org/.  Join me at the Gala and get your ticket for $60.  Emailinfo@caribbeanheritage.org  and  write on subject: "LO" Got Me.    

  • 00:23

    Celebrating Caribbean-American Heritage Month

    in Women

    In June 2005, the House of Representatives unanimously adopted H. Con. Res. 71, sponsored by Congresswoman Barbara Lee, recognizing the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States.  Then on February 14, 2006, the resolution similarly passed the Senate, culminating a two-year, bipartisan and bicameral effort.The campaign has designated June as National Caribbean American Heritage Month (CAHM), which was spearheaded by founder and Presidentof the Institute of Caribbean Studeis, Dr. Claire Nelson. 
    Through the commemoration of this month, we hope to ensure that America is reminded that its greatness lies in its diversity, with Caribbean immigrants from founding father Alexander Hamilton, to journalist Malcolm Gladwell, to Cicely Tyson, Gen. Colin  Powell, Sir Sidney Poiter to Jean Baptiste du Sable, Claude McKay, Malcolm X, Shirley Chishom to your favorite sista blog talk show host.
    This week we will talk to Regulaz Entertainment Teron Adams for its secon Parade of Bands at the Caribbean-American Heritage, Hollywood Carnival and Village on Saturday June 22, 2013. For more information, go to www.laculturefestival.com or contact 310.800.3272.
    Trindadian born actor Lorraine Toussaint is CAHM 2013 spokesperson and follows the tradition NCAHM Spokespersons Jimmy Jean Louis, Sheryl Lee Ralph and Rick Fox.
       

  • 02:06

    Balancing Heaven and Earth and Sacred Hoop

    in Spirituality

    November 19, 2014


    Balancing Heaven and Earth with Denise Iwaniw @ 8 PM EST


    Join Denise Iwaniw for another edition of Balancing Heaven and Earth this Wednesday at 8 pm EST. It's time for another 60 minutes of spiritual conversation. This week Denise will discuss "Swimming in Dark and Murky Spiritual Waters".


    Sacred Hoop with Neshi Lokotz @ 9 PM EST


    Native American Heritage a Path to Understanding - Join Neshi for a night of cultural insight to a world beyond movies, hyperbole and stereotypes about Native American, First Nations People. 


    The month of November is designated by the U.S. government as National Native American Heritage Month. This is an opportune time to embrace the similarities and differences of an ancient culture that originated on Turtle Island. November is a time to understand ourselves and each other through the written word and storytelling.


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