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Join 'Missing Pages of History' today, Sat., February 13, 2016 for our 'Black History Month' series. We will discuss the history of the 'Seven Black Presidents Before President Obama' & 'The Relationship Between Slavery and the Development of Capitalism.' Join us by dialing in at 1 PM EST. You can call in to listen the program at (818) 337-0016 or join us online.
People make the world go around. That's a fact. Without people, we really would be a 'pale blue ball’ like Sagan once said. How we interact with each other helps to build families, communities, and cultures. All this month on the Parker J Cole show, we will be discussing relationships -- from husband and wives to friends and siblings. Each week, our commentary will focus on particular aspect of the relational wheel.
This week on the show, we'll be discussing the dynamics of the parent child relatonship. The modern take on family has changed drastically. Blended families, grandparents raising grandchildren, single parenthood -- they now make a percentage of familes once dominated by a mother, father, and children all naturally born to each other.
What does the Bible say about the parent -- child relationship? How do we work under this modern dynamic? Join me for an insightful discussion with Minster Yvette Allen Tatum as we expand on this topic. Call in at 646-668-8485, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the Stitcher app and follow us there. Click on the link here: http://tobtr.com/8297983. Tune in!
Interview with Noah Jemisin -- Author, Artist, Professor and World Traveler.
What was buried and forgotten under New York, is no longer buried or forgotten.
Chicago’s Black Business Radio Network
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This segment is CBBN Business Journals where we interview business owners and other innovators from around the world.
Our guest is Noah Jemisin, Author of Buried Treasure: The Story of the First African Americans in New York.
Noah Jemisin -- Artist, professor, world traveler, and inquisitive best describe Noah Jemisin. He studied fine arts at the University of Iowa, earning MA and MFA degrees. He has taught at the University level for many years. His works are included in a number of public and private collections throughout the US and the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC and the Montclair Museum, NJ.
Buried Treasure is the conception of New York-based artist Noah Jemisin, who was inspired by the discovery of a forgotten burial ground. An art book in story form and tells the story of New York’s first African-Americans.
The book is the first of JAM. Graphics & Publishing’s non-comic publications.
You may order a copy at: http://www.jamgraphicsandpub.com/
Ms. Sonja Cassandra Perdue
Chicago's Black Business Radio Network
On the last episode of Spartan Life Radio, we talked about the stupendous Black History Month (BMH) 2016 observance taking place at Norfolk State University. In this episode, we tracked down several faculty members who have created unique and interesting programming for this year's observance. Did you know that there's a connection between the famous Buffalo Soldiers of Virginia's history and the Philippines? We're going to talk to NSU's Dr. April T. Manalang, assistant professor in the Department of History and Interdisciplinary Studies, about her research into this "hidden" Virginia History and the program she's created for the Black History Month Celebration. Professor Anthony Stockard, director of the NSU Theatre Company, will discuss the encore performance of the award-winning play "The Brothers Size." The drama has won several awards and was recently presented at the Kennedy Center's American College Theatre Festival. "The Brothers Size" was also presented at last year's National Black Theatre Festival making it the most-awarded production in Norfolk State University history! And, last but certainly not least, Professor Carol Pretlow, NSU's resident political guru, who will round out our panel will discuss a BHM program involving students from the political science department. African American Perspectives on International Politics and Foreign Policy is a panel discussion on the topic from the student perspective.
Join us for what promises to be a spirited conversation.
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Tonight, we will be sharing a replay in honor of Black History month. Listen in to this very informative and candid conversation about how Jim Crow Laws still exist today. America is the most diversified country in the world, and yet, racism is still alive and well in this great country we call "land of the free".
Let's talk about the issue. Can this country learn to tune out the divisive rhetoric and unite together to Make A Difference? We would like to hear your thoughts. Tell us what you think in the comment section.
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Welcome to Rhythm And Poetry(Hebrew Super Hero's / Isaac ) formerly known as Saturday Nite Gospel Jamz. Its gonna be powerful, its gonna be Retro, Throwback, Thought provocative. Our Co-host Sister Fiyah Harris, live from Dallas TX, and Hosted by Brother Malachi live from Hattiesburg, MS. Chat room is open and to ask questions or make a comment on the phone press #1 if listening. (347) 205-9279 Tonight we get started with New Artist in Hebrew and Truth Music. Don't forget we have something new (Open Mic) Poetry or Rap press 1 on your phone. No longer than 3 mins so that others can share. This is after we play our 4 tracks in a row.......( Please note: we are still growing and learning in the word. From time to time you may hear our Guest speak another name of The Father and Son, Men-Empowered has studied and found from the Hebrew text the name of The Most High is AHAYAH ASHER AHAYAH and The Savior( YASHAYA ) Don't forget to check out The Music and Gear www.realjudah.com Like us on facebook "Rhythm and Poetry Music Show (R.A.P.) Don't be offended by what you hear. We have been lied to for so many years of who we are and who has power in the earth today. When you hear us speak on Black/White People it is not personal against anyone. These are facts of our History and it is Truth. Feb is our Culture History and since we are learning about our Culture. Check out the information and Products @ www.happybeingnappy.com
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The Caravan Orchestra – Cole Porter Dance Album
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The Caravan Orchestra – Cole Porter Dance Album
Label: Caravan (4) – CLF-6101
Genre: Jazz, Classical
Style: Big Band
A1: Night and Day
A2: Begin the Beguine
BEGIN THE BEGUINE by COLE PORTER
Album: Paris Released: 1935
This Cole Porter classic was introduced by June Knight in the Broadway musical Jubilee in 1935, and Artie Shaw's 1938 instrumental version went to #1 and made it famous. In 1956 Ella Fitzgerald released the first of her famous series of Songbooks of great American composers. Cole Porter's songs were the first in the series, and this was among the 35 tracks on the album.
B1: Just One of Those Things
B2: I Get a Kick Out Of You
Conductor – Barry Winton
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Our special guest is Veronique Jones, a well sought after artist that specializes in Ketubahs.
The Ketubah is an agreement by law drawn by witnesses in accordance with Jewish civil law, in which they testify that the husband guarantees to his wife that he will meet certain minimum human and financial conditions of marriage. Once the ketubah is completed, the procession proceeds from the groom's table to the bridal throne, accompanied by singing and dancing.
Veronique Jonas (nee Soriano) was born in Lubumbashi, Zaire, presently the Republic of Congo. As a young girl, Veronique relocated with her family to South Africa where she received a Bachelor of Art degree from the University of Cape Town. As a young wife and mother Veronique once again relocated. This time to Dallas, Texas. For close to 20 years Veronique was Art Director and teacher to hundreds of Elementary and Middle school students at the Solomon Schechter Academy where she was known to draw out a child’s hidden inner potential to communicate through the medium of art.
Veronique resides in Dallas with her husband of 40 years. Her 3 children are now grown, providing Veronique with yet another viewpoint of life as that of a grandmother.