• 03:01

    7pm Al Cuppett 8pm-10pm Carl Hend 10pm-12am JJ 12a-2a Due's

    in Spirituality

    7pm Al Cuppett


    8-10pm Carl Henderson


    "Perserverance"


    10pm-12am  Jozef Jasinski


    12a-2a Due's

  • 01:01

    The Half Has Never Been Told with Edward E. Baptist, Ph.D.

    in History

    The Half Has Never Been Told: Slavery and the Making of American Capitalism


    Historian Edward E. Baptist reveals in The Half Has Never Been Told, the expansion of slavery in the first eight decades after American independence drove the evolution and modernization of the United States. In the span of a single lifetime, the South grew from a narrow coastal strip of worn-out tobacco plantations to a continental cotton empire, and the United States grew into a modern, industrial, and capitalist economy. Until the Civil War, Baptist explains, the most important American economic innovations were ways to make slavery ever more profitable. Through forced migration and torture, slave owners extracted continual increases in efficiency from enslaved African Americans. Thus the United States seized control of the world market for cotton, the key raw material of the Industrial Revolution, and became a wealthy nation with global influence.


    Told through intimate slave narratives, plantation records, newspapers, and the words of politicians, entrepreneurs, and escaped slaves, The Half Has Never Been Told offers a radical new interpretation of American history. It forces readers to reckon with the violence at the root of American supremacy, but also with the survival and resistance that brought about slavery’s end—and created a culture that sustains America’s deepest dreams of freedom.


    Edward E. Baptist is an Associate Professor in the Department of History and House Professor and Dean at the Carl Becker House at Cornell University.


     


     


     

  • 00:35

    IndieReview Behind The Scenes with Author William Turner (Maverick Moments)

    in Entertainment

    ~~Hello Everyone! My name is Michelle Cornwell Jordan, I am your host! 


    ~~The definition of Maverick is an unorthodox or independent-minded person.


    Also called a TrailBlazer! I have the pleasure of chatting with one of these "Thinking Outside The Box Artists"  tonight  Author William Turner.


    William Turner  spent his formative years in New England. He was educated in the private, parochial school system, and is presently retired from State service (State of California), as a supervisor. He has one son (Ontonio), and three grandchildren. His grandson is serving in the United States Air Force. His daughter-in-law, Bridgette, is a practicing pediatrician. William had aspired–so long ago–to be a priest, but felt at the time he had not been exposed enough to life to walk away and close the monastery door. His subsequent exposure to life sullied him beyond any aspiration to the priesthood. William now lives in Lancaster, California, spending much of his time doing penance, reflecting on his countless errors in judgment. William’s penchant for writing mysteries stems from his exposure to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories and those of Agatha Christie. His mentor was Sister Agnes Bernard–his high school English teacher.


    Contact:https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/10277895-a-murder-in-our-midst?from_search=true


     


     


     

  • 01:26

    A Conversation with th3 Higher

    in Radio

    In their own words... We are th3 Higher, a hip-hop duo out of Charlotte NC. We have been writing, producing and recording music for 7 years. Our name breaks down into a 2 separate entities. The “th3”represents not only the word “the” but 3 is used to represent that one person everyone has in their life that is the reason why they do whatever it is they do. In our cases it represents fallen loved ones to whom we promised we would make our dreams a reality. They are the reason why we do what we do and why we have the passion that we do. The “Higher” represents were we feel we are mentally, lyrically and in passion. We have been recording music for 7 years and we feel that we have reached the level we should be at to feel comfortable addressing recording companies. As we grow and mature as adults we translate that into our music. We use our music like many artists as an outlet. Everything that we go through, try, did, want to do, thought about is transposed into our music. This is why we feel that our style of music is easy to relate to.


     


    Links:


    Instagram and Twitter:
    @th3Higher

    YouTube:
    www.youtube.com/th3Higher


     

  • Erik Nanstiel and AvaTalker -Giving Voice To The Voiceless

    in Current Events

    Erik Nanstiel is innovative in so many areas. With his AvaTalker he has given a voice to the voiceless. AvaTalker is a app for personal and school use - licensing is available for schools. It enables those with Autism/mute to be able to put forth sequiental sentences. It is life changing for families.  Please visit his site - Avatalker  http://avatalkeraac.com/ to find out how to get the app/product. With the emergence of the #hearthiswell videos Erik Nanstiel's hearthiswell video stood out from the rest. . The #hearthiswell videos were a series of videos by parents/advocates of children that were vaccine injured. Erik Nanstiel is a person of charcter accomplshing great feats of humanity and not just with AvaTalker. Now let's begin.


     


    Erik Nanstiel 2014 Receipient of the Jo Pike Believe Award - National Autism Association 

  • 02:00

    Self Mutilation: Cutting away at the pain

    in Lifestyle

    Self Mutilation comes in many forms usually linked to severe clinical depression. Cutting and burning one self are methods some use in order to "feel something" physically in hopes that it eases the internal pain festering inside emotionally. Let's discuss why a person would continually harm themselves.

  • 01:30

    Episode 2: Second Sight, extra sensory perception and temporal lobe brain injury

    in Education

    Welcome to another episode of Brain Injury Round Table. I am your host, Constance Miller, brain injury survivor of more than 30 years and Managing Director of Brain Injury Resource Center, located on the Internet at http://www.headinjury.com. At the suggestion of Mr. Tai Campbell, of Taken Back Our Communities Now, http://www.tbocn.org, tonight’s show will look into the development of heightened feeling states following brain injury. Some such heightened feelings take the form of disturbances in the autonomic nervous system. The resulting condition is known as “hyper-arousal” and describes the effect of injury on things such as heart rate and respiration. Another aspect of heightened feeling states is sometimes seen as psychic or extra sensory abilities and in many instances is seen as a gift. Others in this category might feel undone by the sudden onset of such strange reveries and might find themselves pre-occupied by feelings of uncertainty and anxiety.


    It is seldom addressed by members of the profession called upon to make us whole, to take us from the point of being "patients" to being people again. Therefore, tonight  we’re going to take matters into our own hands. We’ll kick it around, swap stories and delve into another of those taboo topics associated with brain injury.


    Join us for another exciting and informative episode of Disability Roundtable. thanks to all our listeners for bringing our voices, to your home, your mobile device wherever you are all around the world. Additionally, I’d like to give a big thank you to this show’s sponsors: Martha Marcum, mother of a brain injury survivor and author of MARTHA'S FABLES and Gordon Johnson, attorney of TBI Law.com. Additionally, we look forward to bringing another sponsor Mia Marcum McCoy, brain injury survivor and author of a brain injury book that she will speak with us about on a future episode.
     

  • Helen Weng: The Science of Compassion

    in Relationships

    Compassion is a key motivator of altruistic behavior, but little is known about individuals’ capacity to cultivate compassion through training.


    Now, through a recent scientific study, we've learned that it's possible to become a more compassionate person by training your brain.


    Researchers from the Center for Investigating Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconson-Madison's Waisman Center found that engaging in compassion meditation -- where you practice feeling compassion for different groups of people, including yourself -- seemed to increase a sense of altruism.


    "It's kind of like weight training," study researcher Helen Weng, a graduate student in clinical psychology at the university, said in a statement. "Using this systematic approach, we found that people can actually build up their compassion 'muscle' and respond to others' suffering with care and a desire to help."


    Helen Weng is our guest this week on the Voice of Leadership, sharing more about this study and our ability to become more compassionate human beings.

  • E.E.R.S: Beverly Johnson's Story | R.I.P. Tamir Rice | Sony Hack Humor

    in Current Events

    Thursday at 8pm ET on Ernest Radio Network, it's The Ernest Experience Radio Show.


    Tonight, Ernest and Ms. Teri talk about a few things.  In Shootin' the Sh*t, the Sony Hack is talked about, and we get Ernest's perspective on it, having worked in the industry years ago.


    Beverly Johnson is the latest person to come out and talk about Bill Cosby trying to drug and seduce her.  Cosby's wife Camille, and one of their daughters, have both spoken out about the charges, but Cosby remains relatively silent.  What's next?


    The cop who murdered 12 year old Tamir Rice in a park, Timothy Loehmann, is up for a grand jury investigation, but will he be charged?  Rice's death has been ruled a homicide, but so was Eric Garner's.  When will the open season on non-white people end?


    All this plus NPR news, Accuweather national forecast, the ERN Listening Lounge, and your phone calls at 1.347.989.1942.  Join us!

  • Don Jacobson featuring It's a God Thing: Appreciating God's presence in the ever

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people. I am honored to have our guest join the platform this evening help me welcome Don Jacobson as he shares his amazing story "It's a God thing". Jacobson's own story starts in 1980, when he accidentally shot himself in the woods with a 12-gauge shotgun, and laid over nine hours bleeding to death before a friend found him and called for help. It's from this miraculous story that the original idea was born.
     


    "If you start looking for God's activity in your life; if you start looking for 'God moments,' it'll change the way you think," Jacobson says.  "You start understanding that God is actively involved in our lives and He cares."
     


    From an amazing discovery in the wreckage of a tornado, to a father inexplicably saved from a runaway truck, from nonbelievers coming to Christ through simple or extraordinary circumstances, to a group of missionaries who survived a vicious attack, It's a God Thing walks through first-person stories of God's hand on the lives of modern day people.

  • The NFL, Child Abuse and Adrain Peterson: Double Standards and Disparity

    in Family

    Join Attorney Sherri Jefferson as she goes INSIDE THE NFL.  INSIDE THE NFL will be candid discussions about going “Inside the NFL”, and examining race, drugs, domestic violence, child abuse, and player discipline.


    NFL, Clubs, and Players Union – Be careful what you ask for?


    Is the NFL really serious about violence against women or is their agenda self-serving?  Is the goal of the NFL to maintain endorsements and sponsorship or embrace and develop programs and services that promote self-awareness for abusers and victims of domestic violence? Why has the NFL been vocal about domestic violence and protecting alleged victims who can make decisions for themselves, but silent concerning child abuse, sex trafficking and juvenile prostitution, which plague the League, its clubs and players?


    This episode will examine how the NFL has handled the recent allegations of domestic violence and child abuse.  We will discuss whether the role of the NFL and its players union should include disciplinary actions against players for acts committed in their personal lives.  We will also examine whether disciplinary action has been or is fair and impartial and what role does race play, if at all, in addressing off the field acts committed by players.  Finally, this episode will examine whether the NFL has been inclusive or exclusive in handling issues like drugs, domestic violence, and race and off the field acts committed by its players.


    Listen live and join Attorney Sherri Jefferson!

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