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THE COMMUNITY ON OUR HISTORY & HERITAGE PRESENTS KWANZAA: A CELEBRATION OF LIFE. Please come join host Christina Stockberger and the OPWR family as we begin the celebration of Kwanzaa. Please call in and share what Kwanzaa represents to you and how it relates to your every day life. Kwanzaa is more than just another holiday but a celebration of self and all we are in building unity and bonds in the family and community. OPWR welcomes you to learn and understand the purpose and meaning of these values in celebrating Kwanzaa and building unity in the community one positive way.
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The Boys take you through one or two hours of live entertainment, in-studio guests, a variety of callers, special Open Mick Podcast interviews, and discuss current events. Talent of this nature does not require a script - which makes a fun, informational and comical podcast event.
Basically free of FCC violations, you can pop the top off a cold one and enjoy! Please pour some out for the Open Mick ... they are currently in prohibition.
Friendly reminder from the OMP: Always remember to say the code word "Irish" for specials and deals. Never assume it's perfectly normal, you may need to see your doctor immediately ... or not.
a Chris 'the Yance' Yancey Production 2014
Did you miss last year's historic special on “The Real Meaning of Kwanzaa & What it Means to the Black Community”, where we discussed the origin/ meaning of the 7 principles, the lack of black unity in this country, the disappearance of black leaders when it comes to taking a long hard look in the mirror, how far we’ve come as a people and how far we clearly still have to go? If you aren’t 100% sure what the REAL meaning of Kwanzaa is and you’d like to learn today, tune into “The BEST of The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a special rebroadcast by calling 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com. “REAL Radio that Matters”. #10years
This Saturday, as we wind down to the end of 2014, we on Critical Discourse want to re-examine the impact of the shooting deaths of 2 NYC police officers, and what this means for future relations between the police and the black community, countrywide, but more importantly, what it means for black-on-black intra-relationships.
In the meantime, on December 21st, a Tarpon Springs (Florida) policeman was shot, run over and killed.
A sign of more things to come?
A slogan we've seen of late, Black Lives Matter, suggests that an attitude exists, whereby they do not, thus white and others' do.
At what point does the black community and other "people of good will" recognize that Black Lives Matter?
Join Michele Aikens, publisher of Sepia Prime Woman Magazine, as we discuss topics of interest to you. Whether it's starting a business, discussing community and world events, exploring attitudes or just having fun, this is the perfect place to start your weekend. This is the last BOLD Movers Network Show of the year, and we are talking with Chiquita Ann MzRedcarpet, makeup artist and business woman about getting Red Carpet Ready for 2015. No matter what profession you're in, you need to be ready to take advantage of opportunities from how your look, to how you speak, to how you accept opportunities. You will hear about Chiquita's journey to success and be encouraged to move BOLDLY.
Jay and Dre wil try to rally and finish their seasons on a high note, while their annual third party guest picker for Week 17 will try to continue its dominance. They will examine Atlanta and Carolina doing battle in a de facto playoff game for the NFC South title, as well as the Lions and Packers determining the NFC North champ, Pittsburgh hosting Cincinnati on Sunday night to decide the AFC North winner, and San Diego controlling its playoff shot with a win or starting a trickle-down race for the last spot with a loss.
Theme music credit: "I Dunno" by Grapes
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THE BLACK GRAND JURY IN FERGUSON JAN. 3rd & 4TH
FRI. DEC., 26, 2014…9:30 P CST/10:30 P EST…347-637-3074…CALL/CHAT/LISTEN
THE LOTUS PLACE WELCOMES CHIMURENGA WALLER OF THE AFRICAN PEOPLE’S SOCIALIST PARTY (APSP)/ THE UHURU MOVEMENT TO DISCUSS THE BLACK GRAND JURY SCHEDULED FOR JAN. 3RD & 4TH
Tune in to hear how Black people will review the evidence and make a decision based on the facts not manufactured witnesses & evidence.
For information on how you can be a part of the Black Grand Jury Proceddings
Also tune in to ask Delta your Dear Delta question on Love & Life
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Join in the lively discussions that always take place at THE LOTUS PLACE!
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CO ~HOST /PRODUCER~DR.RANDY SHORT
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THE LOTUS PLACE
This episode's guest is Chad Hauser, Executive Director of Cafe Momentum.
Hosted by sociologist Keith Brekhus from Montana along with Liberal Fix Producer Naomi Minogue. Every week the two of them feature a special guest and tackle those tough issues with a perspective that comes from outside the beltway.
If you are interested in being a guest and for any other inquiries or comments concerning the show please contact our producer Naomi De Luna Minogue via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Gift of Love
During this holiday when so many people get caught up in the giving of material gifts, we thought a gentle reminder might be in order, that it is truly the gift of love that is priceless above all other gifts.
“For without Love we wither and die…”
Join Robin and Lisa as they explore the correlation between feeling loved and how it can affect your life from birth to death… and everything in between.
Every week your hosts' Robin and Lisa will bring you various topics that illustrate how important the link between a balanced and healthy spiritual life, serves to create a happy and physically healthy body. The topics range from the importance of forgiveness of others and self, to healing modalities talking about different spiritual paths, rituals and traditions and how they influence our emotions and our spiritual lives. We often have guests to discuss topics ranging from Drum Therapy, Shamanism, Community Building and Sacred Sexuality. So be sure to tune in, laugh with us, cry with us, but most of all share and learn with us. We look forward to meeting you and hearing from our listeners every week, so please call in and join the live chat room!
May Your Gods Bless you...
Robin Albright McKean
Spiritual Unity Radio Network is dedicated to the concept that “All Manifestations of the Divine are equally valid.” We are committed to bringing you quality programming each week. Our vision is to provide nightly shows covering a wide range of spiritual topics spanning multiple Expressions of Faith. We wish to see programming developed to fill a niche of broadcast for all people who understand that all Manifestations of the Divine are sacred.
Empowering the conversation that is our community, share your virtual gifts for yourselves & for the International Summit.
Join me Ronald Spikes Corey Jackson and our guest Reggie of Stack House Stables tonight
Darrell Gardner's Horsemanship was founded upon four principles:
Showing Your Horse Love
By expressing love to your horse it helps to build a good relationship and strong bond. This will lead to a better response from your horse.
If you don't have respect on the ground, you won't have it on the saddle. Respect is an essential part of horsemanship and it begins with good ground manners
Obedience comes with consistent training. This teaches your horse what you expect and how to quickly respond to the cues given.
Loyalty between the horse and trainer
It all begins with gaining trust. Your initial approach is extremely important. It takes patience and time to get your horse to gain faith in you.
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