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Join us this morning for "Still Holding On" Hebrews 4:14 (Early Morning Prayer) Host intercessor - Min Dorothy Danberry.
Believe it or not there are Black female filmmakers who are creating horror films and have an eminent voice in the horror film community. Tananarive Due and Kristina Leath-Malin will be our guests as we discuss gender and race disparities in the horror film genre as well as current projects both filmmakers are working on and their mission to spread the word that Black women are making horror films!
The Huddle @ Noon With Israel Doctrine Showtime: 12:00PM Central Standard Time/2:00PM Eastern Standard Time Callers can dial up to the show by calling (760) 454-8803 Social – “living together in communities or organized groups”, and.Justice – “the upholding of what is just, especially fair and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law.”. Every human being, especially society’s leaders, has a God-given moral duty to protect fellow human beings from social injustices whenever and wherever it is practic
Hosted by dark-skinned free-thinker Vincent E Brown, this show discusses a myriad of issues from the political, moral, and religious. Of course, every now and then a bit of controversy is liable to show up at any time, so tune in and listen to a host who is black, Christian, and conservative.
Forty-five minutes west of Walt Disney's make-believe history, archaeologists dig for real artifacts. Hunched over a shallow, square excavation, they search for Peliklakaha, the largest Black Seminole village, Fort Mose known to historians, a place where different cultures joined in a fight for freedom more than 200 years ago. Until now, say University of Florida archaeologists, Peliklakaha existed only in the writings of military leaders and a painting commissioned by the U.S. general who had burned it down.
Join The Gist of Freedom with Historian Gilbert Raiford!
On the show, we talk about the monumental Purdue loss to Ohio State, including the issues that continue to plague the Boilermakers. And we look ahead to Iowa, which comes to West Lafayette next weekend.
Also, we turn to basketball, with Purdue having its second exhibition Monday night.
The painful memory of Trayvon Martin, the young unarmed teen who was murdered by the self appointed neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman, has been revived by the insensitivity of those who believed it was acceptable to dress in black face and a bloody hoody for Halloween, 2013.
While the outrage of their poor costume choice has been wide spread over the internet, there are some in the black community that feel blacks are just too sensitive. Are black people just "too sensitive" as it relates to black face and the racial connotations they represent?
Join host Kay Quinn as she and co-hosts Raymond Kirk and Michael Flemons discuss this new fixation on the black face controversy.
REAL Talk is a community oriented show that focuses and engage dialog on very real issues that repeatedly plague and disenfranchise local communities. It is designed to open the lines of communication to address the hard issues many are afraid to discuss in this climate of racial divide.
We can no longer afford to walk around and ignore the elephant in the room. This is our time to engage the proverbial elephant head on.
Follow Kay on Twitter. Like us on Facebook and buy her book "How Much Does God Co$t" to show your support!
Are you ready? Let the conversations begin...
Join V-Dub Boogie every Monday as he fills your mind with the latest dish in all things real. We at Indy Dynasty believe in educating our people as much as we promote them. This two hour segment delivers a much needed dose of depth, contraversy, and righteosness. V-Dub says what most cannot fathom. Tune in every Monday from 1-11pm est and you'll understand why Instagram banned this Black Sheep. If you are an educator, researcher, activist, poor righteous teacher, or just fighting for the cause, and would like to be interviewed, email us at IndyDynastyRadio@gmail.com.
We are now accepting songs from conscious artists, as well as poets and spoken word artists, FREE OF CHARGE. If you, or someone you know, wants their music played on Indy Dynasty Radio simply send the track to IndyDynastyRadio@gmail.com. Be sure to follow the rules below.
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The first hour, Mark "Badger" Borcherding and Blueotter talked about some issues related to the Mayan Prophecy and The Third Secret of Fatima.
Then, something magical happened...
X-MiB (Man In Black) Danichi (Steven Raebel) joined us in hour two
Danichi - X-MIB Agent... Men in Black (MIB), in popular culture and in UFO conspiracy theories, are men dressed in black suits claiming to be government agents who attempt to harass or threaten UFO witnesses into silence. It is also frequently used to describe mysterious men working for unknown organizations, as well as to various branches of government allegedly designed to protect secrets or to perform other strange activities,linked in some fashion with UFO sightings. Most US government law enforcement and intelligence agencies such as the FBI have strict dress codes that ordinarily require their members to wear suits in dark, non-obtrusive colors. MIB team members have been described as behaving in either an exceedingly furtive manner or a completely outgoing one, with wide grins and disconcerting giggles.In the UFO research community the Men in Black often often claim to be from the Air Force or the CIA. Those who have encountered them say they produce proper government and military identification, but when verification is later sought, the people described either don't exist, have been dead for some time, or do exist,and may have a different rank. Military/CIA explanations - Men in Black are really government people in disguise ... possibly they are members of a rather bizarre unit of Air Force (sans SG1) Intelligence known currently as the Air Force Special Activities Center (AFSAC)
This week's "Gift from the Elders to the Next Generation" series, is hosted by NCEBC Queen Mother, Dr. Adelaide Sanford and will feature a lively and parent-empowering conversation with Dr. Sharon Washington.
All NCEBC Stakeholders should please plan to join us for this live discussion.
Dr. Sharon Washington is an education anthropologist and the founder of Anthropologi Educational Research and Development, an international firm created to bring “education” back to schools. She is also the author of The Educational Contract, which tackles the difficult job of explaining why so many African American students do so poorly in school by peeling back the layers of why their parents let them, and explaining how the 1954 US Supreme Court case Brown, which was intended to bring equality to education, actually has contributed to the phenomenon. The Educational Contract calls for a deep spiritual work in our public educational system and calls for parents to lead that movement—a movement in the practice of freedom and participation in the transformation of our world.
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