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Terry E Hill has worked in the social services industry for over 25 years. A native of Southern California, he attended Cal State Los Angeles. After completing college, Hill was employed as Associate Executive Director for a non-profit agency in Santa Monica, California serving the homeless and battered women with children.
Terry is the author of the three successful novels of the Sunday Morning Trilogy. The first book, Come Sunday Morning was released in January 2012 and selected as number 3 of 5 best fiction books of 2012 by the Sankofa literary Society. When Sunday Comes Again was released in the Summer of 2012 and made the AALBC (African American Literary Book Club) Urban Fiction Best Seller List and The Last Sunday, released in 2013 made the Black Expressions Best Sellers List.
The Sunday Morning trilogy has been acquired by more than 10,000 libraries in the U.S., Europe, Australia and New Zealand and have developed a significant and very loyal audience who eagerly await each new release. They have been selected as best books of the month and year by book stores and book clubs throughout the U.S. June 2015, Urban Books released Come Sunday Morning Saga. His fourth novel, The Committee, was released with much acclaim in December 2015.
Elev8.com, an online property of Hello Beautiful, profiled the author as the next E. Lynn Harris for his story telling. He and his writings have been featured on BET.com’s monthly YOU GOTTA HAVE IT column, Crème Magazine, Elev8/Hello Beautiful, Black Literature Magazine and The Literary Network. While Hill’s writings are works of fiction they continuously stir conversation on important topics nationwide.
Abibifahodie (Black Liberation),
The response from our interview with Brother EJ Jones has been so overwhelming that we figured we'd bring him back to discuss the SuperBowl, sports, and the role/responsibility that Black athletes should have to the larger Black community.
Sankofa means that you look to the past to get what was useful there, and use it to move forward intelligently. February is known in America as Black History Month, but what about our Black future?? We need to know what we want to happen in our future. We need to know about the innovators right now who are creating and producing our future. Should we be following other cultures' ideas about what the future should bring? NO!!! Our future is what we make it...so let's talk about some recipes...
in Self Help
Join Rasta B and Smoke as we build on the Un-Civil war within the Black Race. Black man vs Black man, Black man vs Black women, Black Man vs Black Child, Black Women Vs Black Child, Black Women vs Black Women & Black Child vs Black Child. Let's build on issue's that need to be addressed within the race and solutions that will lead to unity!
STATE OF EMERGENCY IN BLACK AMERICA AND THE BLACK WORLD
Topic:Feb is here ..Black History month.a time to reflect.What does it really mean to you? Is it something we have become programmed to do.celebrate the same handful of individuals that we all are femiliar with? And why do we have to wait until February to be remembered? ..today we will be looking at Black History Month from a whole mother perspective...School is in session as we reflect on the Greatness of Blackness,,,,Welcome
We are dedicating the Monday Mayhem show to the Ladies.There is also industry news, gossip, comedy, and our new segment Confessions Of A Black Woman . If you have those deep dark confessions ladies, send all materials to email@example.com... Attention Confessions. We are looking forard to spilling that dirt...
Another exciting show is planned for this evening with host Lamar Marshall hosting from The Dominican Republic, and sharing his experiences there. Also Lamar will be taking calls plus if all goes well we should be able to here more from that former NYC escort service owner whom was on last Friday's show talking about the double lives of women that work as escourts.
The Hushmo Black Forum follows current Events and news relevant to the African-American community. The moderator initiates thought-provoking discussions and conversations for the listing audience throughout cyberspace. Members and guests of Hushmo's online public forumt are diverse individuals who have passionate insights and perspectives on African-American issues that range from day to day life, politics, media, history, books, sports, entertainment, style, beauty and more.
The forum features a blog for members to post comments and interact. Writers highlight everything from movies to celebrity fashion to local human interest stories and lifestyle advice.The Hushmo Black Forum airs online on Blog Talk Radio every Saturday at 7pm.The moderator has taken an in-depth look at the prolific African-American activist W.E.B. DuBios and has also reviewed and discussed Jimmy C Cameron's newly released book "Racism and Hate: an American Reality". Visit The Hushmo Black forum and stay up to date on the latest in African-American culture.when you become a member, you're embracing new friendships and a community to share stories and opinions."like" The Hushmo Black forum from our facebook page @ www.hushmoblack.com
Thank you for tuning into "Black Male Radio" Episode (2) Feb 7, 2016. On today's show:
1. BMR Celebrates the start of Black History Month!
2. Super Bowl Sunday.... Cam Newton, can he turn tragedy into a triumph?
3. SHINING STAR.... BMR remembers Maurice White of Earth, Wind, & Fire...
4. February is American Heart Month... From the heart of one Black Male to other Black Males...
Some say, "what you don't know, can't hurt you." Do you know your rights? What should you do if you are ever stopped or approached by a law enforcement officer? Racial tension is growing in America largely because of the media coverage of black males being killed by white police officers. However, there is more to the story than us outsiders actually know...until now!
Join host Tammy Gaitor and co-host Rodney Jordan as the Butterfly Evolution show welcomes Retired Police Chief Robert Moore for a "not to be missed" episode Monday, February 8, 2016. From the cotton fields of Mississippi to a presidential appointment by former United States president, Bill Clinton, Chief Moore served as the U.S. Marshal for the central district of Illinois. After a successful tenure, he returned to Jackson, Mississippi as the Chief of Police. Little did he know, he would have to fire an officer his first day on the job. "We know that there are bad cops patrolling your neighborhoods. We want them off of your streets just as bad as you do but you all are not helping us," he recently told a crowd of anxious young people at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
Chief Robert Moore is the author of the new history book, "The President's Men: Black United States Marshals in America. He is also well known for his numerous published articles in police magazines covering a wide range of topics including, Strategies for Increasing Black Executives, Racial Profiling, History of the Minority Police Officers in Illinois State Police, Solving the crisis of Black Youth in America.
Set your reminders now, you do not want to miss this show!
in The Bible
In todays episode of the Bible Unfolded we continue in the disecting of todays false black history and will show Gods chosen people their TRUE history in the Bible.