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If you want to join us tonight as we pray, feel free to do so! Many things change when one begins to pray! Pray until something happens and continue to pray. One song writer said stop talking to God about your mountain and tell your mountain about your God. It is going to be okay. Hang in there!
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Tomorrow's interview is with Mr. Keith Douglas:@5pm CST
Keith Douglas was born in Chicago, IL and raised in Los Angeles CA. He knows he has what it takes to make it in society. Moving to Los Angeles, he saw where he wanted to take his journey and from there he learned the system at hand. With years of experience and patience, Keith decided to develop his own company with his law partner Joseph Gellman something that will not only speak to the music industry but allow opportunities as well.
From there RKD Music Management was born. He has been in the music and entertainment business for 15 years managing, advising and giving aid to the inquiring and talented minds of today. In addition he is also responsible for music on the movie ‘This Christmas" soundtrack which released in 2007 with Chris Brown, Loretta Devine and Idris Elba.
Keith was co-producer of the film “Jada” in 2009 which is now on DVD in stores. The film featured actors Clifton Powell, Rockmond Dunbar, Sienna Goines to name a few. RKD Music & Talent Management has recently launched Speakers Bureau Institute (SBI), an agency catered to actors and musicians providing a platform for speaking engagements and appearances. Keith is a spokesman for many Gospel, Youth and Empowering Conferences. He is Executive Producer of The Book of David: Transition CD project by Dave Hollister which was nominated for a 2007 BET Gospel Album of the Year
Join us Tuesday 28 July 2015 @ 9:30pm for MHHS-Eyes Wide Open presents:
Principals of Nationality in Action where we will discuss:
There is a petition going around regarding additional categories for the U.S. CENSUS. It is these things why Prophet Noble Drew Ali advised us to study, study, study, in order to avoid these types of traps designed to put you back in slavery, even by some of your own.
Wake up you sleepy headed Moors and Study, Study, Study so that you will have something to think of and free yourself from this mental slavery.
We must activate our voice with law and speak with our Writs!!!
Please call 347-945-5899, Press '1' to speak to the Host or listen via the internet @ http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mhhs-eyeswideopen
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Thank you, this is greatly appreciated. We here at Moor Heritage and History School Eyes Wide Open thank you for coming together so that we may together be uplifted.
Moors Heritage & History School in association with RVBey Publications, Moorish Nation Public Records, Moorish News
Sam Thurman, Cliff Stewart, Lisa Stewart and Lamont Banks of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause, discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans.
Although the American system of justice is the most-respected worldwide, it is still a system designed, and operated, by humans, which means it's not perfect. Sam, Cliff, Lisa and Lamont will highlight ongoing struggles against "the system" to free wrongfully imprisoned people, and what happens when justice miscarries against an actually innocent person.
Our Special Guests for tonight's show discussing Fighting for Second Chances are Jason Tashea, Founder of the Expunge Project and Jonathan Tippens, Founder of Expunge U.S..
A Just Cause is currently campaigning for "FreeTheIRP6," who's been wrongly imprisoned in Florence, CO for a crime they didn't commit. Read full story: www.freetheirp6.org.
For more information, about A Just Cause and to Donate to the IRP6 legal defense fund, visit www.a-justcause.com.
Follow us on Twitter: @AJCRadio, @A_JustCause, @FreeTheeIRP6, @FreeeTheIRP6 and Like our Facebook Pages: https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCoast2Coast, and https://www.facebook.com/AJustCauseCO, https://www.facebook.com/FreetheIRP6
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Consider authorizing the City Manager to: (i) assign the duties and functions of the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (CVB) to the Community and Economic Development Department; (ii) allocate one (1) full–time limited term Events Coordinator and one (1) full-time limited term Administrative Office Assistant III position for a period of one (1) year pending Human Resources review and confirmation of the position classifications; (iii) amend the fiscal year 2015-2016 operating budget to transfer the appropriation of $249,071 from the City Manager’s Office to the Community and Economic Development Department; and (iv) prepare and proceed with an RFP for professional services to recommend and prepare a plan for the reorganization of marketing and promotion of conventions, visitors, tourism and sporting venues. (Funding Source: General Fund)
•Resolution authorizing the City Manager to assign the duties and functions of the Convention and Visitor’s Bureau to the Community and Economic Development Department.
•Resolution allocating one full-time limited term Events Coordinator and one full-time limited term Administrative Office Assistant III position to the Community and Economic Development Department for a period of one year pending Human Resources review and confirmation of the position classifications.
•Resolution authorizing the City Manager to prepare and proceed with an RFP for professional services to recommend and prepare a plan for the reorganization of the marketing and promotion of conventions, visitors, tourism and sporting venues.
•Resolution amending the fiscal year 2015-2016 operating budget and authorizing the Director of Finance or her designee to transfer the appropriation of $249,071 from the City Manager’s Office to the Community and Economic Development Department.
in business you have to know your numbers. And who's better at numbers than the US Census Bureau?
Still you ask - what does this have to do with your business?
Well, first understand that you're not alone. Lots of other people have their own businesses too. All shapes and sizes. Loads and loads of them.
If you look at the data that the Census provides - and I don't care if you're in the U.S., or not, this info applies - you'll see some startling info:
There are 22,491,080 Solopreneurs in the US.
They average 70 hours a week working.
So what do they get from all that effort?
They average $45,687.79 in annual revenue…
90% make less than $100,000 per year.
Stunned? Shocked? Crying out loud? It's ok, I can totally relate.
Businesses that have between 1 and 20 employees (there are 5,217,507 of them in the US) average 180 hours of work done per week.
Yes, that's right - not much more than double the hours the Solopreneur puts in.
And the kicker?
These businesses average $457,205.35 in annual revenue.
Because business today requires more than one person - and more than that, the MORE people you can tap into, the better off you are.
The companies that have over 20 employees (2,179,121 of them) average a whopping over $13 million annually.
So the more people you can tap into on a cost effective basis, the better off your business is going to be.
People who should listen to the show are entrepreneurs, career coaches,
Harriet Dennis is the founder and president of Issues of Life International Ministries, a church equipping and planting ministry. She is a graduate of the University of Baltimore with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Jurisprudence and attended St. Mary’s Theological Seminary in Baltimore and Loyola University graduate program for pastoral counseling. Her studies led to a pastoral assignment for 7 years with the Community Church of Christ of Severna Park, Maryland. After a 19 year career with the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Forensic Examiner in Washington, D.C., Harriet entered into fulltime ministry with the Macedonian Ministries, an organization of pastors and churches worldwide, headed by Dr. John A. Cherry, Episcopal Pastor of From the Heart Church Ministries, Temple Hills, Maryland. Harriet was an affiliate member of the Macedonian Ministries and later became the Executive Coordinator (EC) for the ministry, working with pastors, leaders and churches around the world assisting in the growth and development of their ministry. She established Issues of Life International Ministries (IOL) in 2007. IOL has planted churches in Colorado Springs and Denver, CO and now have IOL Churches in Kissi, Kenya. Harriet is currently developing the IOL Leadership Institute with the vision to provide communities around the world with healthy churches and trained and developed, highly regarded, God-inspired leaders. IOL also holds LIFE (Living In Freedom Every Day) Conference to help people unpack the issues of life in order to grow in a stronger and deeper relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ. The overall mission of IOL is to see people saved, healed, delivered, discipled and set free from bondage and brokenness and to fulfill this mission with the strategy to—Evangelize the Lost—Edify the Body of Christ—Equip the Church—Empower Believers—Enlarge the Kingdom.
Tonight on The Voice of The People.. we will discuss events, issues hitting you close at home, sucha s crime, black on black crime, police brutality and the latest with the issued that caused Americans to question thier faith.. New Yoir Times stated:
Federal Hate Crime Charges Likely in South Carolina Church Shooting
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department will likely file federal hate crime charges against the man suspected of carrying out a massacre at a storied black church in South Carolina, federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday.
Dylann Roof, 21, already faces nine counts of murder and could receive the death penalty in state court. But there is widespread agreement among officials at the Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation that the shooting at Emanuel A.M.E. Church in Charleston was so horrific and racially motivated that the federal government was obligated to address it, law enforcement officials said.
F.B.I. analysts have also concluded “with a high degree of certainty” that Mr. Roof posted a racist manifesto online, which could be a key to any federal charges, a law enforcement official said. The website was registered in February under Mr. Roof’s name, but the name was made anonymous the following day.
In cases involving violations of both state and federal law, the Justice Department often refrains from bringing federal charges, particularly when suspects face long state prison sentences. But South Carolina does not have a hate crimes law, and federal investigators believe that a murder case alone would leave the racial component of the shooting unaddressed.
Dr. Tyra Lewis will be our guest on Tuesday, June 23 at 2:00 pm EST.
Dr. Lewis has dedicated her life to education and to protecting the dreams of others. She retired this year after a successful career as an elementary teacher, teacher leader, building administrator, and most recently district-wide administrator in the Rochester, NY school system.
You will be inspired as she shares what encouraged her at a young age and what her approach is to Executive Leadership!
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Edward (Ed) Mashek from North Carolina, a child abuse survivor who grew up in foster care. Ed's an active volunteer member of the NAASCA family and is involved in numerous efforts to combat childhood trauma. Ed's a tireless advocate, author, and activist for foster youth, abused children, and all victims of abuse. He has a B.S. in Psychology, an MBA, and is a member of Psi-Chi, the National Honor Society of Psychology. Ed serves as a board member for NAASCA, the National Association of Adult Survivors of Child Abuse, as a co-host and regular panelist on the "Stop Child Abuse Now" (SCAN) radio program, and is a member of RAINN's (the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network) Speakers Bureau. His motivation comes from his own time growing up in an abusive foster home and his desire to prevent others from having to experience the things he did. Ed has spoken at conferences, before governmental committees, and at the US Capital. In July he will be speaking at the SCRIPT conference in Los Angeles, which will be dealing with issues unique and specific to male survivors of trauma and abuse. In August he will be relocating to SE Asia where he will serve as NAASCA's official regional representative and continue his fight against child abuse. Read his BLOG
Ok Black Men 6 years of complaining nothing has changed !!! will we spend another 6years crying about they will not change....why are we still complaining ...why not take your black seed and couple with the many many black women outside of america France - England - Sweden - India - Romania - C. R. Grenada, D. R. ...can it be we complain because we can not afford to meet these other women, can it be we black men are complaining because we are not the business go getters we should be HOW CAN A BLACK WOMAN FOLLOW YOUR LEAD ...IF YOUR TRYING TO BE 50/50 WITH HER.....The census shows proof the 46% of black men are married to black women ...I will give you the research tonight
Mr Research (AKA Q) is back to discuss Black MTGOW`s, Women who adore black men, Black politics and Congress Bills for men to know, Black Manhood Lessons,
Black Fathers Uncles Sons Brothers coming together to create local solutions they can stand together on...without emotional complaining
African American Solutions for the Ebony Nubian Community to USE on the young males in their Families Sons Uncles Dads Fathers Nephews …the boys of America are too feminized and we ADULTS must stop complaining about white people. And force these boys into the way of the suit and tie. This will prevent Killings, Thefts, Murders and Drug Dealers these boys need ADULT men to stop complaining about Women Weave and hair hats ..and SAVE THESE BOYZ
It’s Father’s Day and your internet radio daddies Matt-Man and Jayman are ready to help you with your daddy issues! They’ll be talking about Father’s Day and some of their memories of their dads and being a dad. Then they’ll reminisce about some of the cool dads both real and imagined in history and on their favorite TV shows. PLUS they’ll give dads out there some advice on what it takes to be a REAL FATHER.
It’s also the first day of summer. Matt and Jay plan on celebrating the summer solstice in their own traditional and morally questionable manner. There will be plenty of wine, women and song. Or snacks, beer and naps. It could go either way.
Canadian Bureau Chief Jamie Mapleleaf will be around along with the rest of the IWS Radio Players giving shout outs to their fathers. Future former presidential candidate Lindsay Graham will be here to give folks a chance to get to know him a little better. OH and Donald Trump is running for presidehahahahahahaha! Matt and Jay have thoughts on that too.
And who knows what else might come up. The phone lines will be WIDE OPEN as always at 661.244.982 for the listeners to call in with their father’s day stories or whatever else is on their minds.
in Self Help
We have heard many women say I don’t have a man because………., and the common denominator in that laundry list of ALONENESS is the issue of many men having one or more felonies, and signignificant time spent in the penitentiary. According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics the correctional men population in the U.S 1,352 per 100,000 and from 1980 to 2008, the number of people incarcerated in America quadruped from about 500,000 to 2.3 million people. One in six black men had been incarcerated as of 2001; if this current trend continues, one in three black males born today can expect to spend time in prison during his lifetime. Meanwhile, one in one hundred African American women are in prison.
Some women say it is beneath their standard. Some say having a felony shouldn’t matter, yet others say it depends on the type of felony. Other debatable issues include the idea, everyone who goes to jail are not always guilty, and if they are what about his character and his repentance? What about our ability to forgive to be forgiven?
Women who are open to the idea of dating men with a felony and women who marry incarcerated men are labeled as desperate, with self-esteem issues, is this true? She must believe she can “fix” the man, or she will have no competition from other women because of his circumstances. In contrast, there’re women who are genuinely accepting and believe in second chances and that true love overpowers all.
The list continues……., so come get on the couch with 3 Counselors and a Couch on TALK BACK TUESDAYS for more. Call in/logon, bring a friend, tell your friends, and men and women you just know will benefit from sharing our thoughts, feeling and experiences. Remember, together we can do more than being a part.
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