• 02:30

    THE INDIE EXPERIENCE

    in Indie Music

    WUZ GOODY GOOD YOU ARE TUNED IN TO THE INDIE EXPERIENCE ON ROAD TO STARDOM RADIO WITH YOUR HOST MSGIGO TONITE YOU ARE GOING TO HEAR THE BEST IN INDIE MUSIC FROM ARTIST LIKE ADMIRAL, CALVIN RICHARDSON,TOO RAPS, XAVIER LEWIS, CLEVA THOUGHTS AND MICHELLE SINGZ SO SIT BACK RELAX AND ENJOY THIS GREAT INDIE MUSIC THAT WE HAVE IN STORE FOR YOU


    WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW MUSIC HIT US UP AT 844-474-9393 EXT: 608


    WUZ GOODY GOOD: ROAD TO STARDOM IS WUZ GOODY GOOD

  • 00:29
  • 00:32

    International Black Summit Talk Show Network -

    in Spirituality

    Empowering our communty through Economic Development, Community Development and peronal empwerment

  • 02:53

    The Rob Black Show

    in Politics Progressive

    THE KNIFE ATTACK ON THE US SOUTH KOREAN AMBASSADOR FURTHER ILLUSTRATE THE NEED FOR ATTENTION WHEN IT COMES TO US POLICY IN THAT REGION.


     


    ALSO, ROB TALKS ABOUT THE HILLARY CLINTON EMAIL SCANDAL.


     


    PLUS, THE PATH TO HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDING IS DISCUSSED, AS WELL AS FUNDING FOR ISRAEL.

  • 02:00

    The Natural Mentoring Experience

    in Self Help

    The Topic of my show tonight will be, who was H. Rap Brown?  Who were his mentors and what did he stand for in the black community during the 60's & 70's.  Did you know that H. Rap Brown changed his name to Imam Jamil Abdullah Al-Amin?  While we struggle to better understand what is happening to black people today, in America, and in today's headlines, let us take another look at what our Black Revolutionay Elders were faced with decades ago while attempting to irradicate injustices to people of color and black people in particular around the world.  Brother Muhamma show last night:  Who Did It To You, featuring Dr. James Jones III History and Prossefo Carl "Tone" Jones and Bro Lee, Hey P. Newton & Bobby Seals, founders of the Black Panther Party in 1966 were discussed at Bro Muhammad's Round Table.  I thought another of our Elder Black Panter Brothers should be discuss as well.  Now, as then, we are facing the same issues of racism and hatred called by different names, but the same evil intent to keep people of color in their "so called places".  Well, we're not having it!  The Initiative Radio Network would like to mentor people of color and imparticular black people by re-visiting our martors/mentors who gave all their energies and lives so that the children of our generation and future would have a platform to shut down and shout out injustices to our people wherever they may be in the world.  So Join us tonight, we will also be covering some of the recent events happening in Ferguson, MO and continue to mentor and instructed our families on researching our history:  "if a race has no history, if it has no worthwhile tradition, it becomes a negligible factor in the thought  of the world and it stands in danger of being exterminated." - Carter G. Woodson.


     


     

  • 01:44

    BLACK OWN RADIO KEEP CALM URBAN PODCAST SHOW

    in Music

    TODAYS SHOW WILL FEATURE A WIDE RANGE OF MUSIC FROOM REGGAGE TO HIP HOP

  • 00:28

    The Traveling Diva's Presents "The Experience"

    in Travel

    Come and experience the beauty of the earth with us. The Traveling Divas will share with the you the Amazing World of Travel and how to travel like a ROCKSTAR. We will share some breaktaking places for you to see and enjoy. The World is waiting for you and you should see it. Let us take you on a journey to living the luxurious life you deserve. There is a secret to being a travel insider and we will tell you what that is.


    Come and explore some great, fun and exciting destinations.


    Bon Voyage!

  • 00:46
  • 00:31

    Growing Your Sales when the Market Changes with Sales Trainer, Eric Lofholm

    in Business

    In today's episode of Black Belt Selling, Anna and Stephanie Scheller will be interviewing their sales mentor, Master Sales Trainer, Eric Lofholm.


    With fluctuating changes in your market, it can be overwhelming to keep your momentum going. Eric will be sharing from his own experiences as a trainer and business owner tips and strategies to not just survive when a market dries up, but to thrive! He will also be sharing about his upcoming visit to Texas at the end of the month.


    Join us for this insightful and powerful episode on Black Belt Selling!

  • 01:33

    "The Art of Attraction" Identifying the Red Flags of Mr. & Ms. Wrong

    in Relationships

    Kingdom greeings and Welcome to The Essence of My Love for Fuzzy Fridays, with your Hostess, Shawna Romance Coach Davis. It is an honor to share with you. As we are studying from the Song of Solomon. 


    Last week, we were discussing, The Art of Attraction ~ What type of Magnet are you? Why do you attract the same type of person. Why are you drawn to the same person that has the character of your ex?


    Share this broadcast with someone. Invite someone, as we invite you to join us at the following times.


    Broadcast Schedule:


    2 pm EST


    1 pm CST


    12 pm MST


    11 am PST


    To join us live on the Air, please call into (347) 637-1509 


    Studio House Rules:


    1. Please do not use your speaker phone feature.


    2. Please be sure when speaking live, that you are in a quiet setting.


    3. Please keep your questions & comments focused on the topic of discussion.


    4. Please be mindful of others in your time. Keep your time 2-3 minutes. (Unless given the okay to speak longer)


    5. Get your Bible and be prepared to embrace the change. 


    You may now visit our website, www.theessenceofmylove.com and you may also e-mail me at Shawna@theessenceofmylove.com.


    Thank you for your love, prayers and support and faithfulness.


    In His Service, 


    Essence of My Love Romance Team 


     


     


     

  • 01:00

    Interview with James E. Harris of the Black Issues Convention

    in Social Networking

    James E. Harris is the immediate past President of the Montclair Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), and First Vice President of the State Conferences of NAACP branches.  Mr. Harris has received numerous awards for his social policy work and leadership in education, including Community Service Awards as President of the Montclair NAACP; and recognition from the New Jersey Association of Black Educators, the New Jersey Black United Fund, and the New Jersey Alliance of Black Educators.  Mr. Harris is also a former Associate Dean of Students and University Ombudsman at Montclair State University.  He earned his B.A. in Social Studies with a New Jersey Secondary School Certification from Montclair State College, now Montclair State University.  He holds masters degrees in Personnel Service and in Public Administration.  He is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in Public Administration at New York University.  Mr. Harris is also a retired Major of the New Jersey National Guard.

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